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How to Check Disk Error Code of the S5100 Storage Device?

Publication Date:  2012-07-20 Views:  97 Downloads:  0

Issue Description


Alarm Information


Handling Process

Run the following commands to view disk error code in the CLI mode of the OSM:
showphyerrcode -s 0 -i 0
showphyerrcode -s 0 -i 1
showphyerrcode -s 1 -i 0
showphyerrcode -s 1 -i 1
showphyerrcode -s 2 -i 0
showphyerrcode -s 2 -i 1
showphyerrcode -s 3 -i 0
showphyerrcode -s 3 -i 1
Five columns of messages are displayed. The values in the second and third columns respectively indicate the number (hexadecimal digits) of error code. (If the values in the two columns are not 0x0000, it indicates that error code exists.)
Index  InvalidDwords  CodeViolations  InConCrcErrs  PhyChgCnt

Root Cause



The parameters in the showphyerrcode -s 0 -i 0 command are explained as follows:
-s indicates the enclosure ID (0 indicates a controller enclosure, while 1 indicates a disk enclosure ).
-i indicates the controller on which error code is to be queried (0 indicates controller A, while 1 indicates controller B).
Note: Error code causes that links become unstable and a RAID group reject its member disks. Checking error code is a necessary method to avoid faults on RAID groups.