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hba but got scsi error

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Hi,
  I have two HBA in my server but got a scsi errors,
can someone explain?

/pci@8,700000/scsi@6,1 (glm1):
        Connected command timeout for Target 14.0


thanks

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Even the glm driver uses the sd driver in the following order:


       sd       >>>>>    glm      >>>>>    device

hence the SCSI error.

Or is the question that the HBA's are fibre channel, so how can you have a SCSI error? Incidentally, Fiber Channel HBA's still use SCSI protocols. But glm error maybe coming from another device e.g. a cdrom.

grep for the /pci@8,700000/scsi@6,1 device in an ls -l listing of /dev/dsk, or /etc/path_to_inst to fin out what the device is.
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