Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) is a set of standards for physically connecting and transferring data between computers and peripheral devices.

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SSD hard drive compatibility with Dell 1U and Supermicro 1U [closed]

I have a Dell Poweredge 1850 1U and also a custom 1U Supermicro, both hot swappable drive bays. For some reason, it seems the hdd to ssd drive tray is not working with snapping in. I've used this ...
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MSA30 Linux CLI Configuration?

Can some one help me shed some light on this please? I have a MSA30 hooked up to a HP Proliant DL380 G4 running SuSE SLES Linux. My question is how do I configure the hard drives connected to be in a ...
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DL360 G2 SNMP drive failure location

I've got this service call with the snmp information provided below, about the drive failing in HP DL360 G2 server: Error log Event Type: Error Event Source: Storage Agents Event Category: Events ...
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scsi and ata entries for same hard drive under /dev/disk/by-id

I am trying to set up a ZFS pool using 4 bare drives which I have attached to my Ubuntu system via a SATA hot swap backplane. These are Hitachi SATA drives. When I list the contents of ...
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How can I successfully mount an 8-bit SCSI drive on a modern computer?

I have a number of internal 8-bit SCSI-1 drives that I'd like to archive for historical purposes. These are all the old NeXT Cubes and NeXTStations (monochrome and color) that were used by id ...
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Backing up data from DELL Perc4 LSI controller

We had a failure of a critical server this morning. Most likely the PSU failed, now we need to Backup the data to another system. The server in question is a DELL 2800, featuring a built-in PERC4E ...
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Install SAS/SATA backplane in Dell PowerVault 220S

Is the backplane of a Dell PowerVault 220S svc tag 3sdpcb1 (14 drive, 80 pin hot swap scsi) upgradeable to a SAS/SATA backplane & controller card replacement? The unit already seems to be quite ...
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windows server 2003 “setup cannot copy the file oemsetup.inf”

I'm trying to install the SCSI drivers for a Dell server with a PERC 4e/si card in it. I can specify the driver via the F6 and load the driver with S procedure, but once I select the partition and ...
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How to check HDD in Linux for bad blocks

Since 2 days one mysql server can't start. I get this every 5 secs in the syslog: Dec 17 09:24:35 backup kernel: [ 681.132013] ata2.00: exception Emask 0x0 SAct 0x50000 SErr 0x0 action 0x0 Dec 17 ...
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SCSI disks capped at 40 MB/s

I have a batch of SCSI disks and a controller; the drives are HP 72,8GB 10k RPM Ultra320 SCSI (model number BD07296B44), the controller is an Adaptec AIC-7892A U160/m, the issue is that I can't get ...
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How do I get individual SCSI drives to show up as primary/secondary drives?

I am working on decommissioning an old server for a client. The server is an older Dell PowerEdge 1600sc with four SCSI drives. Two are stand-alone, and the other two are in RAIDx (not sure the actual ...
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Disk full, du tells different. How to further investigate?

I have a SCSI disk in a server (hardware Raid 1), 32G, ext3 filesytem. df tells me that the disk is 100% full. If I delete 1G this is correctly shown. However, if I run a du -h -x / then du tells me ...
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Hardware mods: kludging a conversion from U320 SCSI to SAS/SATA

I apologise if this isn't an appropriate question for this forum. I've an elderly server that works well and that I'd therefore prefer not to scrap entirely. But I would like to replace the current ...
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San lun wwid number 3 in front

I have a san lun in a linux server, using this following command I saw this: scsi_id -g -u -s /block/sda 38001438005dea3760000700002660000 #3 number in front of wwid sg_inq -p 0x83 /dev/sda | ...
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Recover data from SCSI hard disk

We've got an old server with SCSI hard disk. The server crashed last week and it isn't exactly known what hardware component is damaged. Since the server is due to be retired anyway we don't want to ...
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CentOS 7 mpath Install, Can't Find /dev/centos/root

I am attempting to install CentOS 7 on an older SuperMicro H8QM8 motherboard (AIC-7902 SCSI controller, aic7xxx kernel module) with 3 attached drives. The Adaptec SCSI bios recognizes the drives and ...
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Can I rely on scsi host numbers to always stay the same?

I want to detect whether a disk is attached to the correct sata-port. While lsscsi gives me some useful information about the used host, I was wondering whether the SCSI host number will always stay ...
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“Core Charge” on defective server HDDs

I have collected a pretty decent amount of SAS and SCSI disks over the years that have a predictive failure warning. I was just about to throw them all out, but wondered if any of the manufacturers ...
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Fiberchannel disk Centos6.5

I got some fiberchannel disk shelves including several 300Gb SCSI drives and a HP c7000 blade system with multiple blades in it. As there is no storage controller (filer) available i have to do it ...
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How to replace SCSI with SATA or adapt SCSI to SATA drives

At first, I apologize for my question, but I am complete beginner. My friend gave me an old HP Proliant DL385 server which was replaced in bank, where he works, by newer stuff. Because of privacy, ...
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Still getting aacraid: Host adapter abort request errors after following recommended steps

I am getting the infamous aacraid: Host adapter abort request error with my new Adaptec RAID Controller under high I/O. I have read several forums, even Adaptecs, that setting the ...
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Raid 5 on two scsi buses with different maximum speeds

I'm quite a noob, I'm trying to set up as a study machine an old HP ProLiant DL385 G1. I've configured a RAID 5 out of six SCSI 3.5" HDDs using: - Smart Array 6i controller; - (4 x SCSI Ultra320 ...
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What limits a Device not to detect multiple LUNs behind a single target?

What limits a Device not to detect multiple LUNs behind a single target? What is required to make this possible in broad perspective? I want to know if there are any limitations in SAS/SATA or SCSI? ...
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ESXi 5.1 SCSI and NMP Errors Filling vmkernel.log

On a group of ESXi 5.1 systems, I am seeing the following errors every 5 minutes or so: 2014-04-04T11:22:45.374Z cpu1:8193)NMP: nmp_ThrottleLogForDevice:2319: Cmd 0x1a (0x4124022be3c0, 0) to dev ...
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How can I connect a SAS drive to USB?

I have a Dell T710 with Seagate Cheetah 15k.7 SAS disks. If the T710 motherboard dies, I'll need to resort to one of my nightly off-site backups and salvage the journal/logfile from the SAS disk to ...
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M1500 having to cycle tape drive power when enumerating

I'm trying to use a M1500 tape library that is new to me. Whenever the SCSI bus enumerates (at BIOS load and when Linux is booting) the enumeration will hang until I turn off and back on the tape ...
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redundancy in a single SCSI target

following-on from my earlier question about resurrecting an ancient Intergraph 6800 machine (licence file for extra logins on ancient Unix (CLIX) system), the original problem was a failed hard disk ...
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SCSI Windows NT from vmware to virtualbox [closed]

We are trying to virtualize an old Windows NT 4.0 server in a bad shape. We've managed to create an vmdk image using vmware converter coldclone boot cd and we can successfully run it on vmware ...
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What hard drives does a HP Proliant BL20p G3 Blade Server take?

Full name: HP Proliant BL20p G3 Blade Server 380634-B21 I'm currently a student and got a Proliant with no hard drives for £19.99. Could anyone point me to the right hard drives to get for it, I'm ...
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external mSAS expansion

I got two servers. One with a Intel RS2MB044 and one with an Adaptec ASR-51245, both got an external mSAS connector. I need to connect these tho servers together, basically to share the file system ...
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Linux Rhel5.6 : SCSI protocol version — where is it defined?

In our environment, we have several storages cabinets connected to RH Linux servers. Depending on the storage cabinet connected to the host, some LUNs are seen using SCSI protocol version 2 ...
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Is there a version of mt for windows, or something similar?

First of all, I'm not sure if this is the best place to ask this question. I was torn between SF and SU, but I decided for SF when I saw that questions about tape drives are scarce in SU. I need to ...
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IBM ServeRAID 2 channels SCSI controller compatible with IBM x366 server which use SAS onboard?

I own an IBM x360 server in which I have an IBM ServeRAID 2 channels SCSI controller for which I use the two channels. Channel 1: the server's HDD. Channel 2: IBM EXP300 HDD Enclosure. Will this ...
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Gathering buslogic SCSI hardware and virtual machine operating system

I'm trying to use Powershell to get SCSI hardware from several virtual servers and get the operating system of each specific server. I've managed to get the specific SCSI hardware that I want to find ...
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Method of obtaining SCSI hardware on all virtual servers

I'm looking for a method to check what the SCSI hardware of a VM is and identify any servers that have virtualbuslogic. I'm trying via PowerCLI to make this happen although I'm not sure how to specify ...
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Linux SCSI Scan - is it still echo “- - -” in Linux 3.2

I'm working with attaching new SCSI drives to a virtual host, and the current method in my team's work instructions is to rescan the SCSI bus with: echo "- - -" > /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/scan ...
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mpt2sas1: log_info(0x31120303): Disks dropped from RAID

In my syslog I get loads of: Mar 1 11:20:07 franklin kernel: [72947.878407] Waking error handler thread Mar 1 11:20:07 franklin kernel: [72947.878415] Error handler scsi_eh_1 waking up Mar 1 ...
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How to test SCSI drives faulty or not?

I have 10 scsi drives which are used. How do I test them to ensure they are working correctly? Some have red stickers presumably indicating they are faulty. The server I have access to is an IBM with ...
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Harddisks falling offline for unknown reason

I have 7 systems running the setup below. Now and then a different disk falls offline, but on closer inspection the disk is good and not faulty and works flawlessly for at least another year. Since ...
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Raid 5 scsi fault

I have no much knowledge about servers and I was looking all day around the internet about finding a solution to my raid 5 problem. All of a sudden two disks failed. The server won't boot (HP ...
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PowerEdge 2900. Want to use as a SAS wiping server, and skip Raid configuration for each drive. Possible?

I've got a Dell PowerEdge 2900 with 8 SAS slots in the front. I want to be able to load drives quickly without setting them up in RAID. We have a pile of about 50 SAS drives that need to be wiped. Is ...
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HP ProLiant DL380 G4 SATA support?

I'm planning to get a second hand HP Proliant DL380 G4 and setup it as storage server, probably using NexentaStor and setup a ZFS system. But now I wonder does DL380 G4 can be convert or support SATA ...
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Is there way to read sectors from SATA drive without ECC correction?

I know, there was such possibility like that in old ATA standards: "READ LONG" command produced LBA sector + ECC payload. sg_read_long supports in in linux, but the command is obsolete for quite a ...
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How do you remove attached FC LUNS from CentOS 6?

We have a Qlogic QLE2560 HBA running on a Centos 6 server. I am needing to remove the attached LUNS remotely. I do not have any software from qlogic installed on the device. Their are 2 LUNS ...
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Ultra 320 SCSI termination

I want to connect an old 12-bay DataStor InfoStation (which is an external storage cabinet) to an LSI MegaRAID SCSI 320-2E host bus adapter and now wonder what bus termination guidelines to follow. ...
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How do I install my drives in the PowerEdge 2850

Just purchased a "fully functional" PowerEdge 2850 server on Ebay, but, it arrived without any drives! So much for "fully functional"! Anyway, I have drives arriving today. I only have 4 caddies, ...
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Forcing a SCSI HDD to rewrite a damaged sector

For a SATA/PATA HDD, this would be the normal procedure: http://www.sjvs.nl/?p=12 But a customer of mine has an old server with actual SCSI drives. I have tried re-writing the sector with dd to no ...
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How to get HDD parameters from SCSI controller

The SCSI controller we are using is IBM RAID M1015 and a SATA 3 HDD is attached to it. Now the question, is there any way to get the HDD specific parameters like HDD Model number/Manufacturer, Storage ...
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SAS/SCSI Errors in Syslog: Kernel FAILED

I have a Dell 2950 2U rackmount server with 3 146GB SAS drives in a RAID array, running Slackware 10.2 (an old version, I know). Recently I am seeing these errors in my /var/log/syslog repeating very ...
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What does “- - -” in 'echo “- - -” > /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/scan' mean?

I know the linux command echo "- - -" > /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/scan is used to rescan scsi host. But what does "- - -" mean in the command?