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Re: [SLE] SCSI bus reset?
  • From: Alex Daniloff <alex@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 19:53:45 -0800
  • Message-id: <200502191953.45457.alex@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
I saw these in /var/log/messages
Feb 19 13:45:23 box1 kernel: dpti0: Trying to Abort cmd=835603
Feb 19 13:45:23 box1 kernel: dpti0: Abort cmd not supported
Feb 19 13:45:23 box1 kernel: dpti0: Trying to reset device
Feb 19 13:45:23 box1 kernel: dpti0: Device reset not supported
Feb 19 13:45:23 box1 kernel: dpti0: Bus reset: SCSI Bus 0: tid: 9
Feb 19 13:45:23 box1 kernel: dpti0: Bus reset success.


On Saturday 19 February 2005 02:56 pm, Jeffrey Laramie wrote:
> On Saturday 19 February 2005 00:20, Alex Daniloff wrote:
> > Hello SuSE folks,
> > Today I wasn't able to login on my remote server over ssh,
> > although the server was pingable.
> > After about ten minutes I was able to login and I found these
> > records in /var/log/warn
> > Feb 18 16:13:50 box1 kernel: dpti0: Bus reset: SCSI Bus 0: tid: 9
> > Feb 18 16:13:50 box1 kernel: dpti0: Bus reset success.
> > Feb 18 16:19:00 box1 kernel: dpti0: Bus reset: SCSI Bus 0: tid: 9
> > Feb 18 16:19:00 box1 kernel: dpti0: Bus reset success.
> > Feb 18 16:23:21 box1 kernel: SFW2-OUT-ERROR IN= OUT=eth0
> > SRC=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx DST=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx LEN=52 TOS=0x10 PREC=0x
> > 00 TTL=64 ID=2147 DF PROTO=TCP SPT=22 DPT=44630 WINDOW=2088 RES=0x00 ACK
> > FIN URGP=0 OPT (0101080A36F612A8927EDD69)
>
> Were there any interesting messages in /var/log/messages at this time or
> just before it? Unless you did something to change the configuration, this
> looks like a hardware problem. The firewall message is probably the server
> trying to respond to a RELATED packet on a broken connection that had been
> reset.
>
> Jeff

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