>>> kernel: (da0:isp0:0:0:1): WRITE(10). CDB: 2a 0 1 10 eb bf 0 0 20 0
>>> kernel: (da0:isp0:0:0:1): CAM Status: SCSI Status Error
>>> kernel: (da0:isp0:0:0:1): SCSI Status: Check Condition
>>> kernel: (da0:isp0:0:0:1): UNIT ATTENTION asc:2a,6
>>> kernel: (da0:isp0:0:0:1): Reserved ASC/ASCQ pair
>>> kernel: (da0:isp0:0:0:1): Retrying Command (per Sense Data)
>>> A quick google of the ASC/ASCQ code gives the message "ASYMMETRIC
>>> ACCESS STATE CHANGED", which I'm wondering has something to do with
>>> the fact that the corresponding lun is accessible via multiple paths
>>> (4 paths - 2x isp QHM2432 adapters).
>>> If anyone can help shed some light on this, I'd be grateful!
> SB> What version of FreeBSD is this related to?
> Sorry, forgot that details - it's running Freebsd 7.0, with the
> included isp driver on a custom kernel (ie: trimmed and with PAE/ULE)
> Biggest thing to note is that the isp firmware is 4.00.90 - which is
> the builtin fw for the card (newer than the OS included one). And a
> small correction: it's a QHM2462 card.
Is it possible that something in one of the PATH's is failing?
Moreover, is the LUN failing due to this message, or is this just a
message that you are seeing now and again?
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