SunFire V880 with StorEdge A1000 DiskArray

Posted on 2003-03-04
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Last Modified: 2013-12-27
Whenever I reboot the server, I get the following warnings:

WARNING: /pci@8,700000/scsi@5 (glm1):
        unexpected SCSI interrupt while idle
WARNING: /pci@8,700000/scsi@5 (glm1):
        Target 5 disabled wide SCSI mode

Does anyone of you have similar problems? I appreciate all inputs. Thanks in advance.
Question by:duy
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Accepted Solution

Nisus091197 earned 150 total points
ID: 8068069
Hi there,

Make sure that all SCSI devices have unique numbers and that all the SCSI chains are terminated correctly.

What other SCSI devices are connected?

Regards, Nisus

Expert Comment

ID: 8073288
Just a thought - I believe the A1000 requires connection using a differential SCSI card and cable and a differential terminator. Also you can't daisychain single-ended and differential SCSI devices on the same channel.


Author Comment

ID: 8073659
Thanks Nisus, I used the wrong terminator. :)

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