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HP Storageworks 4.4.2 - Target Status Retrying

Posted on 2008-06-13
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i'm unsuccessful when trying to connect to one of my servers - i am using the right ip address, login credentials etc but the 'red x' icon appears beside the server and my Target Status is set as 'Retrying'.

can anyone offer any advice?
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Question by:Rockstar_North
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by:Gerald Connolly
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So you have pinged the server from the client?

What is in the server logs and in the client logs while these retries are occuring?
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by:Rockstar_North
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I've pinged the server and i get a reply. There doesnt seem to the any entries in the logs - the target status is constantly set to 'retrying'.

Regardless of all this, it seems to be ruuning through and mirroring the files.
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problem no longer relevant. cancelled file mirroring and went with alternative solution.
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