Timed Out Resetting Card
No dropoffs or other apparent problems in either configuration. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. I've been bouncing back and forth between 2 machines for my router. Well, look at this! [152904.636062] 3w-9xxx: scsi1: ERROR: (0x06:0x0036): Response queue (large) empty failed during reset sequence. [152917.721865] 3w-9xxx: scsi1: AEN: INFO (0x04:0x0001): Controller reset occurred:resets=2. his comment is here
Justin. which a flash should do for you depending on board. syslog:Aug 20 07:30:41 p34 kernel: [1171646.371290] 3w-9xxx: scsi0: WARNING: (0x06:0x0037): Character ioctl (0x108) timed out, resetting card. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 5.
Are you using the 'enable_msi' option? There's not a whole lot of writes happening there, mainly just some logging to /var. Are you using the 'enable_msi' option? After the recent spat of controller resets I disabled smartd in case there was some strange firmware passthrough issue that possibly could have occurred during high load times when smartd was
Setting the nickname is optional (to keep things straight in packet traces). I'm using SuperMicro's 90 degree PCI piece.I noticed the case itself was really hot, so I popped the cover off and the card was too hot to touch. I've had my occasional read/write resets going all the way back to October 2009, when I was probably using Unstable Debian with 2.6.31 or .32. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jpiszcz 1 Member Member 1 576 posts Posted August 29, 2010 · Report post One other thing I found: http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=36800
Are you able to get any thermal measurements from the CPU? If it STILL does it, I can increase the timeout, HOWEVER, when I see this, I/O on the system, everything locks up for 60-120-180-360 seconds and then it comes back after No and I've seen the 3w-9xxx.enable_msi in use when other people had similar hangs, so that's one thing I've avoided. Hm, so you lock up even with the hang happening on the other controller?
Any help will be really appreciated. Logged Solaris17 Jr. Any ideas? http://www.lsi.com/channel/products/sto ... 8LPML.aspx http://www.supermicro.com/products/chas ... raid5, raid10 (?), and now raid6, and like I said in my original post, the only one that didn't show any problems was raid10.
I'll add that to the list. It's easy! Show 11 replies 1. Plan of action: 1.
Let me know if I can get any info to help.I'm going to try the latest HardenedBSD build now to see if the same issues occur.EDIT: Added OPNsense version. « Last this content We'll see if it happens again, I did briefly try the newest Beta firmware as LSI recommended made no difference in terms of the lag issue. The previous edition working could have simply been coincidence. I wonder if specifying sw/su would have an adverse effect if I ever grew this array beyond the 8 disks... > I benchmarked special arguments vs.
Does SMART indicate drive failure?I'm starting to think that it could be a hardware issue with the nic card. It seemed harmless enough, but then again no errors are better than spurious warning etc. It must've been working on the other one (an old Dell optiplex). http://thedroidblog.com/timed-out/ntp-request-timed-out.html Update firmware for RAID card AND backplane.3Ware's famous for firmware updates being needed out of the box to ensure stability, and for drivers/firmware to be somewhat mated in mutually requiring complementing
This would be alot easier if I didn't have my root on the array... I'll re-read over your thread but a quick search does not bring back too many results with the errors you are getting from your card. The only time I didn't see this was when I reconfigured my array from a 3 disk raid 5 to a 4 disk raid 10 (December-July).
try messing around with various settings in /proc 6.
What are your system details? The log is gigantic (65716 bytes), but right at the top it says: Event Trigger and Log Information: Triggered Event(s) = ctlreset (controller soft reset) fwassert (firmware assert) driveerr (drive error) I've also seen others start to flake out. Logged russoj88 Newbie Posts: 10 Karma: 1 Re: Watchdog timeout -- resetting « Reply #9 on: September 04, 2015, 02:01:54 AM » Quote from: Solaris17 on September 01, 2015, 04:23:54 AMGood
Logged Solaris17 Jr. Should I go back to 256kb->64kb chunk size and then back to the older firmware? 2009- Thank you for the call. continuum Moderator et Subscriptor Tribus: California Registered: Jul 1, 1999Posts: 79433 Posted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 12:31 am Cool. check over here http://marc.info/?l=linux-kernel&m=127419418304483&w=2 Adam Radford (2): 3ware maintainers update 3w-xxxx, 3w-9xxx: force 60 second timeout I will go back to 2.6.34 and see if the problems persists.
Justin. drop temps by 10c to ~25c w/large fan 4. http://kb.lsi.com/KnowledgebaseArticle16125.aspx?Keywords=0×108 Leave a Reply You must be logged in to post a comment. My gaming system has a 4 bay version, which was originally in use when I had my 3 disk mdadm raid5.
By skywin in forum Hosting Security and Technology Replies: 1 Last Post: 11-28-2010, 04:53 PM 3ware card and ovzkernel By next-hop in forum Hosting Security and Technology Replies: 0 Last Post: Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jpiszcz 1 Member Member 1 576 posts Posted August 29, 2010 · Report post All of my arrays have been With MD raid, mkfs.xfs optimizes automatically, but for HW RAID, I did not notice any improvement whether the optimized parameters were used or not. A power outage is questionable, however, during the migration I forget 64->256 or 256->64, the raid card crashed and I rebooted and it picked up where it left off (if I
Started by leoax54 , Jan 10 2011 05:49 AM Please log in to reply No replies to this topic #1 leoax54 leoax54 Newbie Guests 1 posts Posted 10 January 2011 - One other thing (so its not missed) is the hotswap bays. Web Hosting Talk Newsletters Subscribe Now & Get The WHT Quick Start Guide! When your problem happens, can you please show us: tw_cli /c0 show diag?
All iscsi disks goes readonly. Especially if it is exhibiting the same problems in another machine. Register now! Re: 3ware 9650SE bad disk performance vsu Sep 18, 2009 8:59 AM (in response to tijuhasz) Same problem here with ESXi4 and 3ware 9690SA.
foxpl Says: January 11th, 2009 at 4:29 pm Hi mate, i have very similar problems on my 3ware and samsung disks. Join Date Dec 2002 Location California Posts 2,005 Contact your host or contact 3ware. Open a case with LSI/3ware and see what they say: http://www.lsi.com/support/resources/ => eService Tech Support Yeah.
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