test WP failed, assume write enabled

Posted on 2013-05-10
Last Modified: 2013-05-17
All 20 seconds these messages appear in /var/log/messages

May 9 23:27:51 proxmox kernel: sd 9:0:0:2: reservation conflict
May 9 23:27:51 proxmox kernel: sd 9:0:0:2: [sdd] Test WP failed, assume Write Enabled //// Any ideas what could cause this ? We have proxmox kernel 2.3 running on Debian 6.0.7
Question by:Uwe Degenhardt
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Do you have a usb or memory card reader connected to the box?

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by:Uwe Degenhardt
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No, I have not. This belonged to answers I found on the net too. The only thing I have connected is a storage device (iSCSI).
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What storage device is it? Distro and kernel version?

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It is a Nexsan Sataboy II.
But the issue seems to be solved. I disconnected the device, rebooted proxmox,
and then I reconnected the Nexsan box. Now the error-messages disapperead.
Thanks for trying to help.

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None of the answers was the solution.

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