> On Fri, Dec 08, 2000 at 03:44:28AM +0200, Tomi Vainio - Sun Finland - wrote:
> > sense = 3 asc = 11 asq = 0
> > This is not so bad but 5-30 minutes after this command system will
> > always panic.
> Are you surprised? The system is complaining that it's having intermittent
> difficulty accessing the disk, so it shouldn't be at all surprising that
> you'd have disk corruption problems as a result.
Actually, it's upstream from the RAID controller. There don't appear to
be any actual complaints from the controller about read errors, so I'm a
little skeptical that this is actually the "real" problem.
> Start by checking your SCSI cabling and termination. Almost all SCSI
> problems boil down to that eventually.
The entire system; disks, controller, etc. is all pretty skanky by the
sound of it. It wouldn't surprise me too much if the system is suffering
eg. multiple-master data corruption, or straight out memory/cache errors.
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rivals and unfortunately opponents also. But not because people want
to be opponents, rather because the tasks and relationships force
people to take different points of view. [Dr. Fritz Todt]
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