HP StorageWorks 16-EL - SAN Switch Reference Manual

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    reference guide hp StorageWorks diagnostic and system error messages version 3.1.x Product Version: 3.1.x First Edition (July 2003) Part Number: AA-RUPZA-TE This reference guide lists Fabric OS diagnostic and system error messages. The probable cause and recommended course of action is provided for each message.

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    © 2003 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    contents Contents About this Guide........... .9 Audience .

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    Contents System Error Messages ..........25 AS_ System Error Messages .

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    Contents FSPF-SCN ............47 FSPF-SECTION.

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    Contents NBFSM-XMITFLAG ........... 74 PS_System Error Messages .

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    Contents SECLIB-SECVIOL_WSNMP ..........99 SLAP_System Error Messages.

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    Contents ZONE-WWNSPOOF........... 121 ZONE-WWNZONECHECK .

  • Page 9: Audience, Related Documentation

    about this guide About this Guide This reference guide provides comprehensive information to help you administer, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot your Storage Area Network (SAN) switch and About this Guide your SAN. The major topics discussed in this chapter are: Audience on page 9 Related Documentation...

  • Page 10: Conventions, Document Conventions, Text Symbols, Tables 1 Text Conventions

    About this Guide — Click the appropriate product name. The product overview page displays. Go to the product information section. — Click technical documents. For information about Fibre Channel standards, visit the Fibre Channel Industry Association website, located at http://www.fibrechannel.org. Conventions Conventions consist of Document Conventions...

  • Page 11: Getting Help, Hp Technical Support, Hp Storage Website

    About this Guide Caution: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or data. Note: Text set off in this manner presents commentary, sidelights, or interesting points of information. Getting Help For answers to questions not covered in this document, contact an HP authorized service provider or access our website: http://www.hp.com.

  • Page 12: Hp Authorized Reseller

    About this Guide HP Authorized Reseller For the name of your nearest HP authorized reseller: In the United States, call 1-800-345-1518 In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868 Elsewhere, see the HP website for locations and telephone numbers: http://www.hp.com. Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 13: Introduction To System Error Messages, Error Message Severity Levels

    Introduction to System Error Messages This book supports Fabric OS version 3.1.x and contains diagnostic and system error messages, with recommended responses to the messages. Error messages are arranged alphabetically, first by module and then by individual message. A typical module contains multiple error messages.

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    Introduction to System Error Messages If you have any questions, collect the applicable data and then contact technical support for further clarification. Telephone numbers for worldwide technical support are listed on the HP website: http://www.hp.com/support/. From this website, select the country of origin. The severity levels are specified in Table Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 15: Overview Of System Logs, Error Message Severity Levels

    Introduction to System Error Messages Table 2: Error Message Severity Levels Severity Level Description 0 = Panic Panic-level messages indicate that a specific software subsystem has detected a fatal or irrecoverable error condition—for example, memory allocation failure, system call failure, and software detection of misbehaving ASIC or hardware subsystems.

  • Page 16: System Error Log, Syslogd Daemon

    Introduction to System Error Messages System Error Log The Fabric OS maintains an internal System Error Log of all diagnostic and system error messages. The internal log buffers are limited in size; when the internal buffers are full, new messages overwrite old messages. The following are features of the System Error Log: Each switch has a System Error Log.

  • Page 17: Port Logs, System Console, View Or Configure System Logs

    Introduction to System Error Messages For information on configuring the syslogd functionality, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Procedures Guide. Port Logs The Fabric OS maintains an internal log of all port activity. Each switch or logical switch maintains a log file for each port. Port Logs are circular log files that can save up to 8000 entries per logical switch.

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    Introduction to System Error Messages Table 3: Commands to View or Configure System Logs (Continued) Command Description Display the entire error log with no page breaks. errdump Display the entire error log with page breaks. errshow Display the current memory usage of the switch. memshow Display the port error summary.

  • Page 19: Reading A System Error Message, Viewing System Error Messages From Advanced Web Tools

    Introduction to System Error Messages Reading a System Error Message This section explains how to read system error messages. Typically, system error messages are generated by the various modules in the Fabric OS. They are dumped in the System Error Log and, depending on severity, may be saved to memory or to flash memory.

  • Page 20: Displaying The Error Log With Page Breaks, Figures 1 Error Log Without Page Breaks

    Introduction to System Error Messages switch:admin> errdump Error 04 -------- 0x76 (fabos): Mar 25 08:26:44 (1) Switch: 1, Info TRACK-LOGIN, 4, Successful login Error 03 -------- 0x576 (fabos): Mar 24 16:01L44 (12) Switch: 1, info TRACK-CONFIG_CHANGE, 4, Config file change from task:ZNIPC Error 02 --------...

  • Page 21: Clearing The Switch Error Log, Sample Error Log Message, Error Log With Page Breaks

    Introduction to System Error Messages switch:admin> errshow Error 497 -------- 0x4a5 (fabos): Oct 03 04:40:14 Switch: 0, Info TRACK-LOGIN, 4, Successful login Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: q Figure 2: Error log with page breaks Clearing the Switch Error Log To clear the error log for a particular switch: 1.

  • Page 22: Responding To A System Error Message, Looking Up An Error Message, Error Message Field Description

    Introduction to System Error Messages Table 4: Error Message Field Description Example Variable Name Description Error Log buffer Displays a rotating number that describes the Error 1001 number position of this error message in the buffer. This number is not permanently affiliated with the error itself and should not be used when contacting Technical Support.

  • Page 23: Gathering Information About The Problem

    Introduction to System Error Messages Chapter 2 provides the following information for each message: Message text Firmware module that generated the error Module and code name for the error Probable cause Recommended action Severity level Gathering Information About the Problem The following are recommended actions for troubleshooting a system error message.

  • Page 24: Common Responses

    Introduction to System Error Messages Common Responses The following are common responses to system error messages: Run supportshow and pdshow and provide the output to Technical Support. Gather logs. Watch for reoccurrence. Reinstall firmware. Reboot the machine. Revert to previous firmware version. Call support.

  • Page 25: System Error Messages

    System Error Messages This chapter contains all of the System Error Messages in alphabetical order. To find a specific message, you can either scroll through the list or activate the link directly to the message from one of the lists in Appendix This chapter provides information on the following message types: AS_ System Error Messages...

  • Page 26: As_ System Error Messages, As-ctmalloc

    System Error Messages SEC_System Error Messages on page 85 SECLIB_System Error Messages on page 91 SLAP_System Error Messages on page 100 SWITCH_System Error Messages on page 103 TRACK_System Error Messages on page 104 TS_System Error Messages on page 109 UCAST_System Error Messages on page 112 UPATH_System Error Messages on page 113...

  • Page 27: Bloom_system Error Messages, Bloom-bad_id, Bloom-buf_reclaimed

    Bloom_System Error Messages Bloom_System Error Messages BLOOM is the name of the current ASIC chip. BLOOM error messages come from the BLOOM ASIC driver for this chip. BLOOM-BAD_ID Message <switch number> Warning BLOOM-BAD_ID, 3, <port number> IU in <message string> has bad ID (S_ID = <SID number>, D_ID = <DID number>) Explanation A bad source ID or destination ID was reported on the specified slot and port number.

  • Page 28: Bloom-mini_buffer, Bloom-no_buffers

    System Error Messages Recommended Action No action required. Severity Informational BLOOM-MINI_BUFFER Message <switch number> Warning BLOOM-MINI_BUFFER, 3, <quad number> Explanation Two or more bad hardware buffers are reported from the specified quad. Recommended Action Run portlogdisable and supportshow (in order) to capture debug information and then contact Technical Support.

  • Page 29: Bloom-raminit_to, Bloom-stuck_wait

    Bloom_System Error Messages Recommended Action Disable one or more other ports in the same quad to enable the specified slot and port Severity Warning BLOOM-RAMINIT_TO Message <switch number> Critical BLOOM-RAMINIT_TO, 1, <port number> <port index> failed to init RAM @ <offset>, busy status = <busy index> Explanation RAM initialization cannot be completed within the expected time for the specified port number.

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    System Error Messages <waiting for OPEN state> Explanation: The specified port could not transition to the OPEN state. <waiting for CLOSE state> Explanation: The specified port could not transition to the CLOSE state. <init stuck at bloomLPC waiting for OPEN state> Explanation: The specified port could not transition to the OPEN state when executing the Loop Port Control (LPC) command.

  • Page 31: Errlog_system Error Messages, Errlog-logclrd, Errlog-nv_disable

    ERRLOG_System Error Messages ERRLOG_System Error Messages The error log subsystem collects information about the system’s health, as well as warning or information conditions from various subsystems. The error log subsystem then displays the collected information in text format on the system console.

  • Page 32: Errlog-nv_log_clrd, Errlog-nv_log_resize

    System Error Messages Recommended Action No action required. Severity Informational ERRLOG-NV_LOG_CLRD Message <switch number> Info ERRLOG-NV_LOG_CLRD, 4, Persistent error log cleared Explanation An informational message stating that the Persistent (nonvolatile) Error Log has been cleared with the errclear -p command. Recommended Action No action required.

  • Page 33: Errlog-set_msg_save_lvl

    ERRLOG_System Error Messages Recommended Action No action required. Severity Informational ERRLOG-SET_MSG_SAVE_LVL Message <switch number> Info ERRLOG-SET_MSG_SAVE_LVL, 4, Error Log message save level is set to <error level> Explanation An informational message that states the severity levels of the error messages that are set to be saved in the Persistent (nonvolatile) Error Log.

  • Page 34: Fabric_system Error Messages, Fabric-async, Fabric-no_aliasid

    System Error Messages FABRIC_System Error Messages FABRIC refers to a network of Fibre Channel switches. The FABRIC_System error messages come from the fabric daemon. Fabricd implements the Fibre Channel Switch Fabric (FCSF) standard. Fabricd follows the FCSF standard for the fabric initialization process, such as determining the E_ports, assigning unique domain IDs to switches, creating a spanning tree, throttling the trunking process, and distributing the domain and alias list to all switches in the fabric.

  • Page 35: Fabric-segmented, Fabric-size_exceeded

    FABRIC_System Error Messages Recommended Action Verify Alias IDs using the fabricshow command on the principal switch. Severity Warning FABRIC-SEGMENTED Message <switch number> Warning FABRIC-SEGMENTED, 3, port <port number>, <description of segmentation> Explanation The port is segmented from a neighboring switch. The error message provides a description and additional information regarding segmentation.

  • Page 36: Fabric-webtool_disable, Fabric-webtool_life

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Reduce the size of the fabric. Remove switches until the number of switches meets the supported configuration. Contact Technical Support to answer any questions. Severity Critical FABRIC-WEBTOOL_DISABLE Message <switch number> Critical FABRIC-WEBTOOL_DISABLE, 1, Webtool is disabled. Explanation Web Tools is disabled until the fabric size meets the supported configuration.

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    FABRIC_System Error Messages Recommended Action Remove switches from the fabric until the fabric meets the supported configuration. Severity Critical Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 38: Fciu_system Error Messages, Fciu-iubad

    System Error Messages FCIU_System Error Messages Fibre Channel Information Unit (FCIU) error messages are reported from the Fibre Channel Physical (FCPH) layers of code. The FCPH layers of code are FC-0, FC-1, and FC-2 of the Fibre Channel protocol. FCIU-IUBAD Message <switch number>...

  • Page 39: Fciu-iucount

    FCIU_System Error Messages FCIU-IUCOUNT Message <switch number> Critical FCIU-IUCOUNT, 1, count <0 iu <IU Pointer> Explanation The number of Information Units (IUs) in use (allocated) is less than zero, but a task or application is trying to return an IU; this return is an invalid action. The <IU Pointer>...

  • Page 40: Fcp_system Error Messages, Fcp-probe_timeout

    System Error Messages FCP_System Error Messages The Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) application is responsible for probing the devices attached on the loop port. The switch uses probing to identify the devices attached on the loop ports and to update the Name Server with the information. FCP-PROBE_TIMEOUT Message <switch number>...

  • Page 41: Fcph_system Error Messages, Fcph-exchbad

    FCPH_System Error Messages FCPH_System Error Messages Fibre Channel Physical (FCPH) layer error messages are a result of “exchange” errors. Exchanges are the exchange of information units with identification and management mechanisms. This is a basic “hand-shaking” between two Fibre Channel ports. FCPH-EXCHBAD Message <switch number>...

  • Page 42: Fcph-exchfree

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Run the supportshow command; the error message trace information will show where the Information Unit (IU) error message occurred. Copy the trace-back information printed with this error. Contact Technical Support with both sets of information. Severity Critical FCPH-EXCHFREE...

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    FCPH_System Error Messages Recommended Action Run the supportshow command; the error message trace information shows where the IU error message occurred. Copy the trace-back information printed with this error. Contact Technical Support with both sets of information. Severity Debug Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 44: Flood_system Error Messages, Flood-invlsr, Flood-linkcnt

    System Error Messages FLOOD_System Error Messages FLOOD is a part of the FSPF (Fabric Shortest Path First) protocol that handles synchronization of the Link State Database (LSDB) and propagation of the Link State Records (LSR). FLOOD-INVLSR Message <switch number> Warning FLOOD-INVLSR, 3, Unknown LSR type: port <port number>, type <LSR header type>...

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    FLOOD_System Error Messages Recommended Action The record will be discarded. No user action is required. Severity Warning Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 46: Fspf_system Error Messages, Fspf-inport, Fspf-nbrchange

    System Error Messages FSPF_System Error Messages Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF) is a link state routing protocol that is used to determine how frames should be routed. These error messages cover protocol errors. FSPF-INPORT Message <switch number> Error FSPF-INPORT, 2, Input Port <port number> out of range Explanation The specified input port number is out of range;...

  • Page 47: Fspf-remdomain, Fspf-scn

    FSPF_System Error Messages Recommended Action No action required. Severity Informational FSPF-REMDOMAIN Message <switch number> Error FSPF-REMDOMAIN, 2, Remote Domain ID <domain number> out of range, input port = <port number> Explanation The specified remote Domain ID is out of range. Recommended Action The frame will be discarded;...

  • Page 48: Fspf-section, Fspf-version

    System Error Messages Recommended Action The SCN will be ignored. No user action is required. Severity Warning FSPF-SECTION Message <switch number> Error FSPF-SECTION, 2, Wrong Section Id <section number>, should be 0, input port = <port number> Explanation An incorrect section ID was reported from the specified input port. HP supports only Section ID 0 (zero).

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    FSPF_System Error Messages Recommended Action Update the FSPF version by loading the correct version of firmware. Severity Error Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 50: Hlo_system Error Messages, Hlo-deadtimeout

    System Error Messages HLO_System Error Messages HLO is a part of the Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF) protocol that handles the HELLO protocol between adjacent switches. The HELLO protocol establishes connectivity with a neighbor switch, establishes the identity of the neighbor switch, and exchanges FSPF parameters and capabilities.

  • Page 51: Hlo-hlotimeout, Hlo-invhlo

    HLO_System Error Messages HLO-HLOTIMEOUT Message <switch number> Error HLO-HLOTIMEOUT, 2, Incompatible Hello timeout <HELLO timeout> from port <port number>, correct value <correct value> Explanation The HELLO message was incompatible and timed out on the specified port. Since the HELLO timeout value is incompatible (the HELLO timeout value does not match the value specified in the FSPF protocol), the local switch will not accept FSPF frames from the remote switch.

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    System Error Messages Recommended Action Since the HELLO message from the remote switch is incompatible with the local switch, the local switch will not accept FSPF frames from the remote switch. The HELLO message of the remote switch must be made compatible with the value specified in the FSPF protocol.

  • Page 53: Lsdb_system Error Messages, Lsdb-lsid, Lsdb-maxincarn

    LSDB_System Error Messages LSDB_System Error Messages The Link State Database (LSDB) is a part of the Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF) protocol that manages the Link State Database. LSDB-LSID Message <switch number> Error LSDB-LSID, 2, Link State ID <link state ID> out of range Explanation The Link State Database ID is out of the acceptable range.

  • Page 54: Lsdb-nolocalentry, Lsdb-nolsr

    System Error Messages LSDB-NOLOCALENTRY Message <switch number> Critical LSDB-NOLOCALENTRY, 1, No database entry for local Link State Record, domain <local domain> Explanation There is no local Link State Record entry in the Link State Database. Recommended Action Perform a switch disable and enable. Severity Critical LSDB-NOLSR...

  • Page 55: Mcast_system Error Messages, Mcast-addbranch, Mcast-addport

    MCAST_System Error Messages MCAST_System Error Messages MCAST is the multicast portion of Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF); see FSPF_System Error Messages on page 46. These error messages cover broadcast and multicast protocol errors. MCAST-ADDBRANCH Message <switch number> Error MCAST-ADDBRANCH, 2, Add branch failed: Mcast Grp = <group number>, Port = <port number>...

  • Page 56: Mcast-remport

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Verify that the MCAST group ID is valid (0 through 254). Severity Warning MCAST-REMPORT Message <switch number> Warning MCAST-REMPORT, 3, Remove port failed: Mcast Grp = <group number>, Src = <port number>, Dest = <port number> Explanation The Remove Port failed to cancel the membership of a specified MCAST group for a port.

  • Page 57: Mpath_system Error Messages, Mpath-noparent, Mpath-noparentlsr

    MPATH_System Error Messages MPATH_System Error Messages Multicast Path (MPATH) uses the Shortest Path First (SPF) algorithm to dynamically compute a broadcast tree. MPATH-NOPARENT Message <switch number> Error MPATH-NOPARENT, 2, Null parent, lsId = <number> Explanation A null parent was reported. MPATH uses a tree structure in which the parent is used to connect to the root of the tree.

  • Page 58: Mpath-unreachable

    System Error Messages MPATH-UNREACHABLE Message <switch number> Warning MPATH-UNREACHABLE, 3, No minimum cost path in candidate list Explanation No minimum-cost path (FSPF MPath) is available in the candidate list (the candidate list is customer-defined). Recommended Action No action required. Severity Warning Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 59: Mq_system Error Messages, Mq-msgtype

    MQ_System Error Messages MQ_System Error Messages Message Queues (MQs) are used for inter-process communication. Message queues allow many messages of variable length to be queued. Any process or Interrupt Service Routine (ISR) can write messages to a message queue. Any process can read messages from a message queue.

  • Page 60: Mq-qread

    System Error Messages — 10MSG_ACCEPT — 11MSG_IU_FREE — 12MSG_US — 13MSG_EXT_RSCN — 14MSG_RDTS_START — 15MSG_RDTS_SENDEFP — 16MSG_RDTS_RESET Recommended Action Run the mqshowall command and record the output. Provide the mqshowall output and the error message to Technical Support. Severity Error MQ-QREAD Message <switch number>...

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    MQ_System Error Messages — fspf_q — qloop_q — RDTS_q — zone_realtime_q — zone_q — restart_q — embSW_q — pb_q — fcp_q — rt_q — apims_q — ms_q — msAsync_q — ms2ns_q — ns_q — nsirc_q — tns_q — nscam_q — restart_q —...

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    System Error Messages <queue ID> <message type> — 0MSG_IU — 1MSG_SCN — 2MSG_TX — 3MSG_INTR — 4MSG_STR — 5MSG_TO — 6MSG_ASYNC_IU — 7MSG_LINIT_IU — 8MSG_RSCN — 9MSG_IOCTL — 10MSG_ACCEPT — 11MSG_IU_FREE — 12MSG_US — 13MSG_EXT_RSCN — 14MSG_RDTS_START — 15MSG_RDTS_SENDEFP — 16MSG_RDTS_RESET Recommended Action Run the mqshowall command and record the output.

  • Page 63: Mq-qthr

    MQ_System Error Messages MQ-QTHR Message <switch number> Debug MQ-QTHR, 5, mqWrite: msg threshold exceeded, queue = <queue name>, queue ID = <queue ID#>, # of msgs = <number of messages> Explanation An attempt to write a message to the specified message queue has exceeded the message threshold.

  • Page 64: Mq-qwrite

    System Error Messages MQ-QWRITE Message <switch number> Critical MQ-QWRITE, 1, mqWrite, queue = <queue name>, queue ID = <queue ID> msg = <message ID>, errno = <error number> Explanation An attempt to write a message to the specified message queue has failed. The name of the message queue, the queue ID, the message ID, and the error number are provided in the error log message.

  • Page 65: Ms_system Error Messages, Ms-invalid_ctresp

    MS_System Error Messages MS_System Error Messages The Management Server (MS) provides a single access point that allows the user to obtain information about the Fibre Channel fabric topology and attributes. MS provides for both monitoring and control of the following areas: The Fabric Configuration Server provides for the configuration management of the fabric.

  • Page 66: Ms-out_resources, Ms-pldbseg

    System Error Messages MS-OUT_RESOURCES Message <switch number> Error MS-OUT_RESOURCES, 2, MS Failure while initializing <action> Explanation The Management Server (MS) failed while initializing the specified <action>. The following can be displayed as <action>: <while writing to ms_els_q> Explanation: Unable to write a message to the MS Extended Link Service Queue.

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    MS_System Error Messages The following <reasons for segmentation> can be displayed: <EXGPLDB failed: Unable to activate platform> Explanation: Exchange of Platform Service database between fabrics has failed because activation of MS Platform Services failed on the other switch. Recommended Action: The other switch may not support MS Platform Service.

  • Page 68: Ms-plstate

    System Error Messages Recommended Action: A fabric may have both enabled and disabled MS Platform Service states. Make both fabrics consistent using the commands msplmgmtactivate and msplmgmtdeactivate. Recommended Action See individual <reasons for segmentation> in the Explanation section for MS-PLDBSEG. Severity Warning MS-PLSTATE...

  • Page 69: Ms-rcsfailed

    MS_System Error Messages — <GCAP Rejected (reason =BUSY) by> Explanation: GCAP (MS Get Capabilities) is not supported by another switch. Recommended Action: No action required. — <Reject EXGPLDB from> Explanation: Request to exchange platform database was rejected. The other switch may be busy. Recommended Action: No action required.

  • Page 70: Ms-time_out, Ms-unexpected_iudatasz

    System Error Messages Severity Debug MS-TIME_OUT Message <switch number> Error MS-TIME_OUT, 2, MS time out while <error> Explanation The Management Server (MS) timed out while acquiring a resource. The following is displayed as the <error>: <acquiring elsSemaRNID lock> Explanation: Unable to acquire a semaphore lock for RNID. Recommended Action Reboot the switch and retry the request.

  • Page 71: Ms-unstable_dcount, Ms-unstable_fabric

    MS_System Error Messages Severity Error MS-UNSTABLE_DCOUNT Message <switch number> Debug MS-UNSTABLE_DCOUNT, 5, MS detected ONLY 1 Domain <domain in local resource>. Explanation The Management Server (MS) detected an unstable count of domains in its own local resource. Recommended Action The fabric could be unstable. Try the operation again later or contact Technical Support.

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    System Error Messages <message string> — <DOMAIN_INVALID for a req from> Explanation: Domain is invalid for a request. — <No WWN for> Explanation: Unable to acquire the World Wide Name for corresponding domain. <domain number> Explanation: Target domain that caused error. Unique to the fabric. Recommended Action Copy the error message string and then contact Technical Support.

  • Page 73: Nbfsm_system Error Messages, Nbfsm-dupeportscn

    NBFSM_System Error Messages NBFSM_System Error Messages NBFSM is a part of the Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF) protocol that handles a neighboring or adjacent switch’s Finite State Machine. Input to FSM is an event that moves a neighboring or adjacent switch (directly connected to the local switch) from one state to another, based on specific events.

  • Page 74: Nbfsm-ngbrstate, Nbfsm-xmitflag

    System Error Messages NBFSM-NGBRSTATE Message <switch number> Error NBFSM-NGBRSTATE, 2, Wrong input: <state name> to neighbor FSM, state <current state name>, port <port number> Explanation The wrong input was sent to the neighbor Finite State Machine. Recommended Action The input will be discarded. No user action is required. Severity Error NBFSM-XMITFLAG...

  • Page 75: Ps-assert, Ps-malloc, Ps_system Error Messages

    PS_System Error Messages PS_System Error Messages The Performance Server daemon measures the amount of traffic between end points or it measures traffic with particular frame formats, such as SCSI frames, IP frames, and customer-defined frames. PS-ASSERT Message <switch number> Error PS-ASSERT, 2, ASSERT <#> PS: Assertion failed <expr> <file>:<line>...

  • Page 76: Ps-taskcreate

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Run the supportshow command for further information regarding memory allocation. Copy the output and the error message and send both to Technical Support. Severity Error PS-TASKCREATE Message <switch number> Error PS-TASKCREATE, 2, PS: taskCreate() failed to create task <argument 1>...

  • Page 77: Rapid-auth_err, Rapid_system Error Messages

    RA PID_System Error Messages RAPID_System Error Messages The Remote API Daemon (RAPID) is used by Fabric Access for API-related tasks. RAPID-AUTH_ERR Message <switch number> Warning RAPID-AUTH_ERR, 3, Authentication Error: client <IP address> has bad credentials: <bad user name and password pair> Explanation An authentication error was reported.

  • Page 78: Rcs-app_notreg, Rcs-local_reject, Rcs_system Error Messages

    System Error Messages RCS_System Error Messages Reliable Commit Service (RCS) System Error Messages get requests from Zoning, Security, or the Management Server to pass data messages to switches in the fabric. RCS then asks Reliable Transport Write and Read (RTWR) to deliver the messages.

  • Page 79: Rcs-rcsenabled, Rcs-rcsenomem

    RCS_System Error Messages Recommended Action For the first reject, wait until the other user finishes; then resend the transaction. If this reject occurs again, examine the correctness of the data being passed. If the data is correct, collect information provided in the error message and call Technical Support.

  • Page 80: Rcs-rcsdisabled

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Check memory usage on the switch. Collect <function name> information provided in the message and call Technical Support. Severity Error RCS-RCSDISABLED Message <switch number> Debug RCS-RCSDISABLED, 5, RCS has been disabled. Some switches in the fabric do not support this feature Explanation The RCS feature has been disabled on the local switch because not all switches in the fabric support RCS.

  • Page 81: Rtwr-failed, Rtwr_system Error Messages

    RTWR_System Error Messages RTWR_System Error Messages Reliable Transport Write and Read (RTWR) helps deliver data messages to specific switches in the fabric or to all of the switches in the fabric. For example, if some of the switches are not reachable or are offline, RTWR returns an “unreachable”...

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    System Error Messages <rtwrRequest: No memory>, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 Explanation: RTWR has run out of memory inside the rtwrInit function. <detail 1>, if non-zero, contains the pointer of the payload received. <detail 2>, if non-zero, contains the switch ID of the destination domain. <detail 3>, if non-zero, contains the size of memory you should allocate.

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    RTWR_System Error Messages <rtwrRequestProcess: target_bm Null>, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 Explanation: Out of memory. Recommended Action: Check the memory usage on the switch or call Technical Support <rtwrRequestProcess: cannot allocate fcAsyncMultiCB_t>, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 Explanation: Out of memory. Recommended Action: Check the memory usage on the switch or call Technical Support.

  • Page 84: Rtwr-transmit

    System Error Messages RTWR-TRANSMIT Message <switch number> warning RTWR-TRANSMIT, 3, RTWR <error message>, <detail 1>, <detail 2>, <detail 3>, <detail 4>, <detail 5> Explanation RTWR has exhausted the maximum number of retries sending data to the specified domain. Details are as follows: <error message>: RTWR Transmit;...

  • Page 85: Sec-rsendfail, Sec_system Error Messages

    SEC_System Error Messages SEC_System Error Messages This section describes security errors, warnings, and information that occur during secure-related data management or fabric merge in secure mode. Administrators should pay more attention to secure fabric to distinguish between internal switch or fabric operation error or external attack. In case of external attack, the administrator should react properly to stop the attack and protect the fabric.

  • Page 86: Sec-secdbfail, Sec-secdlfail

    System Error Messages SEC-SECDBFAIL Message <switch number> Warning SEC-SECDBFAIL, 3, Security data fails: %s Explanation This message occurs when the receiving switch fails to validate the security database sent from the primary Fibre Channel switch. Probable causes for this error can be that the data package is corrupted, the time stamp on the package is out of range as a result of replay attack or out of sync time service, or the signature verification failed.

  • Page 87: Sec-secinfo, Sec-secinform

    SEC_System Error Messages Recommended Action Reset the version stamp on the switch to 0 and then rejoin the switch to the fabric. If the switch consistently fails, contact Technical Support. Severity Error SEC-SECINFO Message <switch number> Info SEC-SECINFO, 4 %s Explanation The switch has an unexpected error, such as low memory, queue full, failure to set password, or failure to set SNMP string.

  • Page 88: Sec-sec_stats

    System Error Messages Explanation The primary Fibre Channel Switch (FCS) received a data request from the specified domain. For example, if the switch fails to update the database or is attacked (data injection), a message is generated to the primary FCS to try to correct and re-synchronize with the rest of the switches in the fabric.

  • Page 89: Sec-secviol_api, Sec-secviol_http

    SEC_System Error Messages SEC-SECVIOL_API Message <switch number> Info SEC-SECVIOL_API, 4, Security violation: Unauthorized host with IP address <IP address> tries to establish API connection. Explanation A security violation was reported. The specified unauthorized host attempted to establish an API connection. Recommended Action Check to see whether an unauthorized host is accessing the switch through an API connection.

  • Page 90: Sec-secviol_telnet

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Check to see whether an unauthorized host is accessing the switch through an API connection. If so, determine who owns the host and why they are trying to access the switch management via the API. Ask them to stop if they should not be accessing the switch.

  • Page 91: Seclib-secviol_dcc, Seclib_system Error Messages

    SECLIB_System Error Messages SECLIB_System Error Messages The SECLIB (Security Library) is a facility used by the FabOS modules. The SECLIB provides functionality for enforcement of policies, identification of the switch’s role in the fabric, and other tasks. Switch Connection Control (SCC), Device Connection Control (DCC), Management Server (MS), and Internet Protocol (IP) policies are enforced and Fibre Channel Switch (FCS) and non-FCS roles are identified, using the SECLIB functions.

  • Page 92: Seclib-secviol_login_api, Seclib-secviol_login_http

    System Error Messages SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_API Message <switch number> Info SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_API, 4, Security violation: Login failure attempt via API. IP Addr: <IP address> Explanation A security violation was reported. The specified unauthorized host attempted to log in through an API connection; the login failed. Recommended Action Check API policy and verify that all hosts allowed to access the fabric are included in the API policy.

  • Page 93: Seclib-secviol_login_modem

    SECLIB_System Error Messages Recommended Action Check the HTTP policy and verify that all hosts allowed access to the fabric are included in the HTTP policy. If the host is allowed in the fabric but not included in the policy, add it to the policy. If the host is not allowed in the fabric, this is a valid violation message and an unauthorized entity is trying to access the fabric.

  • Page 94: Seclib-secviol_login_remote

    System Error Messages SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_REMOTE Message <switch number> Info SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_REMOTE, 4, Security violation: Login failure attempt via TELNET/SSH/RSH. IP Addr: <IP address> Explanation A security violation was reported. The specified unauthorized remote device attempted to log in through a Telnet or SSH connection; the login failed. Recommended Action Check the Telnet policy and verify that all hosts allowed access to the fabric through Telnet or SSH are included in the Telnet policy.

  • Page 95: Seclib-secviol_login_serial

    SECLIB_System Error Messages SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_SERIAL Message <switch number> Info SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_SERIAL, 4, Security violation: Login failure attempt via SERIAL. Explanation A security violation was reported. An unauthorized device attempted to log in through a serial connection; the login failed. Recommended Action Check the serial policy and verify that the connection is allowed. If the connection is allowed but not specified, allow connection from serial policy.

  • Page 96: Seclib-secviol_msaccess

    System Error Messages SECLIB-SECVIOL_MSaccess Message <switch number> Info ECLIB-SECVIOL_MSaccess, 4, Security violation: Unauthorized access from MS device node name <device node name>, device port name <device port name>. Explanation A security violation was reported. The specified unauthorized Management Server (MS) device attempted to establish a connection. Recommended Action Check the management server policy and verify that the connection is allowed.

  • Page 97: Seclib-secviol_msfwrd, Seclib-secviol_msop

    SECLIB_System Error Messages SECLIB-SECVIOL_MSfwrd Message <switch number> Info SECLIB-SECVIOL_MSfwrd, 4, Security violation: MS command is forwarded from non primary FCS switch. Explanation A security violation was reported. A Management Server command was forwarded from a non-primary Fibre Channel switch. Recommended Action No action required.

  • Page 98: Seclib-secviol_rsnmp, Seclib-secviol_scc

    System Error Messages SECLIB-SECVIOL_RSNMP Message <switch number> Info SECLIB-SECVIOL_RSNMP, 4, Security violation: Unauthorized host with IP address <IP address> tries to do SNMP read operation. Explanation A security violation was reported. The specified unauthorized host attempted to perform a Read SNMP operation (RSNMP). Recommended Action Check the RSNMP policy to verify that all of the hosts allowed access to the fabric through SNMP read operations are included in the RSNMP policy.

  • Page 99: Seclib-secviol_wsnmp

    SECLIB_System Error Messages Recommended Action Check the Security Connection Control Policy (SCC Policy specifies the WWNs of switches allowed in the fabric) to verify which switches are allowed in the fabric. If the switch is allowed in the fabric but is not included in the SCC policy, add the switch to the policy.

  • Page 100: Slap_system Error Messages, Slap_certcheckfail, Slap_mallocfail

    System Error Messages SLAP_System Error Messages This section describes Switch Link Authentication Protocol (SLAP) error messages. In secure mode every E-port goes through mutual authentication before the E-port formation is completed. The following error messages describe the failures that can occur during this authentication process. The administrator should pay close attention, since these failures can have serious security implications for the SAN.

  • Page 101: Slap_secpolicyinit, Slap_signcheckfail

    SLAP_System Error Messages Recommended Action Memory could be very low on the system. Reboot the switch and see if the problem persists. If it persists after rebooting the switch, then the zoning definitions or the like must be reduced to free-up memory. Severity Warning SLAP_SECPOLICYINIT...

  • Page 102: Slap_wwncheckfail

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Check the switch connected to the port; it could be a rogue switch. There could also be an intruder in the link. Determine whether an unauthorized switch has been added. If it is not authorized, disconnect it. If the switch is authorized, then add it to the security database.

  • Page 103: Switch_system Error Messages, Switch-secviol_dcc

    SWITCH_System Error Messages SWITCH_System Error Messages SWITCH messages are generated by the switch driver module that manages a Fibre Channel switch instance. SWITCH-SECVIOL_DCC Message <switch number> Info SWITCH-SECVIOL_DCC, 4, Security violation: Unauthorized device <WWN> tries to flogin to port <port number> Explanation A security violation was reported.

  • Page 104: Track_system Error Messages, Track-config_change

    System Error Messages TRACK_System Error Messages The Track Change feature tracks the following events: Turning on or off the Track Change feature CONFIG_CHANGE LOGIN LOGOUT FAILED_LOGIN If any of the above events occur, a message is sent to the error log. If the SNMP Trap option is enabled, an SNMP Trap is also sent (for more information on the Track Change feature and SNMP traps, see the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Reference Guide).

  • Page 105

    TRACK_System Error Messages — tPBmenu — tPortmapd — tFabric — tFspf — tRt — tQL — tFcph — tRTZone — tZone — tFcp — tNSd — tASd — tNSCAM — tMSd — tRapid — tSnmpd — tHttpD — tRan — tRanscn —...

  • Page 106: Track-failed_login, Track-login

    System Error Messages TRACK-FAILED_LOGIN Message <switch number> Info TRACK-FAILED_LOGIN, 4, Unsuccessful login Explanation A login attempt to the specified switch was unsuccessful. This may occur if the user name or password is wrong. Recommended Action Verify that the user name and password are correct. Severity Informational TRACK-LOGIN...

  • Page 107: Track-logout, Track-track_off

    TRACK_System Error Messages TRACK-LOGOUT Message <switch number> Info TRACK-LOGOUT, 4, Successful logout Explanation The specified switch reported a successful logout. Recommended Action No action required. Severity Informational TRACK-TRACK_OFF Message <switch number> Info TRACK-TRACK_OFF, 4, Track-changes off Explanation The Track Change feature has been turned off using the Telnet command trackchangesset.

  • Page 108: Track-track_on

    System Error Messages TRACK-TRACK_ON Message <switch number> Info TRACK-TRACK_ON, 4, Track-changes on Explanation The Track Change feature has been turned on using the Telnet command trackchangesset. Recommended Action No action required. Refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Procedures Guide to learn how to turn the Track Change feature off.

  • Page 109: Ts_system Error Messages, Ts-clksvrerr, Ts-ntpqfail

    TS_System Error Messages TS_System Error Messages Time Service provides fabric time synchronization by synchronizing all clocks in the fabric to the clock time on the principal switch. TS-CLKSVRERR Message <switch number> Warning TS-CLKSVRERR, 3, <%s> Clock Server used instead of <%s>: locl: 0x<clock server code>...

  • Page 110: Ts-tsinfo

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Verify that clock server address is valid and the clock server is available. If the specified clock server is not available, point to an available server using the tsclockserver command. Network problems may have caused a temporary error;...

  • Page 111: Ts-ts_svr_errcode_exits, Ts-tssvrexits

    TS_System Error Messages TS-TS_SVR_ERRCODE_EXITS Message <switch number> Warning TS-TS_SVR_ERRCODE_EXITS, 3, <reason>: <error code>. TS Server Exiting... Explanation The Time Server is exiting. The reason and error code are specified in the message. Recommended Action See Fabric Watch User’s Guide (AA-RTSGC-TE) for more information. Severity Warning TS-TSSVREXITS...

  • Page 112: Ucast_system Error Messages, Ucast-doublepath

    System Error Messages UCAST_System Error Messages UCAST is a part of the Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF) protocol that manages the Unicast routing table. UCAST-DOUBLEPATH Message <switch number> Debug UCAST-DOUBLEPATH, 5, Duplicate Path to Domain <domain ID>, Output Port = <port number>, PDB pointer = <value> Explanation Duplicate paths were reported to the specified domain from the specified output port.

  • Page 113: Upath_system Error Messages, Upath-unreachable

    UPATH_System Error Messages UPATH_System Error Messages UPATH is a part of the Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF) protocol that uses the SPF algorithm to dynamically compute a Unicast tree. UPATH-UNREACHABLE Message <switch number> Warning UPATH-UNREACHABLE, 3, No minimum cost path in candidate list Explanation The specified switch <switch number>...

  • Page 114: Zone_system Error Messages, Zone-duplicate_entry

    System Error Messages ZONE_System Error Messages A zone in a fabric is a set of devices that have access to one another. All devices connected to a fabric may be configured into one or more zones. Every zone has at least one member.

  • Page 115: Zone-enforcemix

    ZONE_System Error Messages ZONE-ENFORCEMIX Message <switch number> Warning ZONE-ENFORCEMIX, 3, WARNING - HARD & SOFT zones(%s, %s) definition overlap. Probable Cause A port is zoned with mixed devices (WWN and Domain, Port). During zoning database cross checking, one of the following is detected: A port zone member is also listed as a member of a MIXED zone.

  • Page 116: Zone-incorrect_fa_config, Zone-incorrect_enforcement

    System Error Messages ZONE-INCORRECT_FA_CONFIG Message <switch number> Error ZONE-INCORRECT_FA_CONFIG, 2, FA Zone <zone name> missing correct number of Initiator and Target devices Probable Cause The Fabric Assist (FA) zoning configuration has more than one initiator. The probable cause is incorrect entries in the FA zoning configuration. Recommended Action Edit the zoning database.

  • Page 117: Zone-insuff_pid_count, Zone-ioctlfail

    ZONE_System Error Messages ZONE-INSUFF_PID_COUNT Message <switch number> Error ZONE-INSUFF_PID_COUNT, 2, WWN (%s) converted into more than 64 PIDs. Total: (%d) Probable Cause The FabOS detected a device that contains more than 64 PIDs for a single-node WWN; the detected device is zoned as a node WWN. Four is the current limit set for a multiple-port device when using node WWN for zoning.

  • Page 118: Zone-nolicense, Zone-port_out_of_range

    System Error Messages ZONE-NOLICENSE Message <switch number> Error ZONE-NOLICENSE, 2, Missing required license - <license name>. Probable Cause The required zoning license is missing. Recommended Action Install zoning license. Severity Error ZONE-PORT_OUT_OF_RANGE Message <switch number> Warning ZONE-PORT_OUT_OF_RANGE, 3, port <%d> non-exist or is not a F/FL-port.

  • Page 119: Zone-softzoning

    ZONE_System Error Messages ZONE-SOFTZONING Message <switch number> Warning ZONE-SOFTZONING, 3, WARNING - port <port number> zoning enforcement changed to SOFT Probable Cause This is a general message that suggests the hardware-enforced zoning at the specified port has been turned off due to some exception condition. Port zoning enforcement has been changed to SOFT.

  • Page 120: Zone-transcommit, Zone-wwninport

    System Error Messages ZONE-TRANSCOMMIT Message <switch number> Error ZONE-TRANSCOMMIT, 2, Transaction Commit failed. Reason code <reason code> Probable Cause Request Common Transport (RCT) transmit error. Fibre Channel services share a common transport (CT) at the FC4 level. The CT provides access to services; in this case, to Directory Service, where the zoning information is stored and retrieved.

  • Page 121: Zone-wwnspoof, Zone-wwnzonecheck

    ZONE_System Error Messages Severity Warning ZONE-WWNSPOOF Message <switch number> Error ZONE-WWNSPOOF, 2, WWN spoofing at (d,p)=(%d,%d) PortWWN <WWN number> NodeWWN (%s,%s) Probable Cause An unauthorized device is accessing the fabric. Zoning detected a discrepancy between the frame and the information that the device registered with the Name Server during PLOGI/ADISC/DISC trap processing.

  • Page 122: Zone-zonegroupaddfail

    System Error Messages Recommended Action Copy the error message and then contact Technical Support. Severity Error ZONE-ZONEGROUPADDFAIL Message <switch number> Warning ZONE-ZONEGROUPADDFAIL, 3, WARNING - port <port number> Out of CAM entries Probable Cause The total number of entries of SID CAM for the quad exceeded 64 while creating or adding a zone group.

  • Page 123: All Messages, Alphabetical List Of Messages

    Error Message Tables This appendix provides several lists of the error messages that are described in detail in Chapter 2. A complete alphabetical list in Table 5 is followed by lists of each severity level in Table 6 through Table 11.

  • Page 124

    Error Message Tables Table 5: Alphabetical List of Messages (Continued) Message Severity FABRIC-ASYNC 3 Warning FABRIC-NO_ALIASID 3 Warning FABRIC-SEGMENTED 3 Warning FABRIC-SIZE_EXCEEDED 1 Critical FABRIC-WEBTOOL_DISABLE 1 Critical FABRIC-WEBTOOL_LIFE 1 Critical FCIU-IUBAD 5 Debug FCIU-IUCOUNT 1 Critical FCPH-EXCHBAD 1 Critical FCPH-EXCHFREE 5 Debug FCP-PROBE_TIMEOUT 3 Warning...

  • Page 125

    Error Message Tables Table 5: Alphabetical List of Messages (Continued) Message Severity MCAST-ADDPORT 3 Warning MCAST-REMPORT 3 Warning MPATH-NOPARENT 2 Error MPATH-NOPARENTLSR 2 Error MPATH-UNREACHABLE 3 Warning MQ-MSGTYPE 2 Error MQ-QREAD 1 Critical MQ-QTHR 5 Debug MQ-QWRITE 1 Critical MS-INVALID_CTRESP 2 Error MS-OUT_RESOURCES 2 Error...

  • Page 126

    Error Message Tables Table 5: Alphabetical List of Messages (Continued) Message Severity RCS-RCSDISABLED 5 Debug RCS-RCSENABLED 5 Debug RCS-RCSENOMEM 2 Error RTWR-FAILED 2 Error RTWR-TRANSMIT 3 Warning SECLIB-SECVIOL_DCC 4 Informational SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_API 4 Informational SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_HTTP 4 Informational SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_MODEM 4 Informational SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_REMOTE 4 Informational SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_SERIAL 4 Informational...

  • Page 127

    Error Message Tables Table 5: Alphabetical List of Messages (Continued) Message Severity SLAP_MALLOCFAIL 3 Warning SLAP_SECPOLICYINIT 3 Warning SLAP_SIGNCHECKFAIL 3 Warning SLAP_WWNCHECKFAIL 3 Warning SWITCH-SECVIOL_DCC 4 Informational TRACK-CONFIG_CHANGE 4 Informational TRACK-FAILED_LOGIN 4 Informational TRACK-LOGIN 4 Informational TRACK-LOGOUT 4 Informational TRACK-TRACK_OFF 4 Informational TRACK-TRACK_ON 4 Informational...

  • Page 128: Panic-level Messages, Critical-level Messages, Panic-level Error Messages

    Error Message Tables Table 5: Alphabetical List of Messages (Continued) Message Severity ZONE-TRANSCOMMIT 2 Error ZONE-WWNINPORT 3 Warning ZONE-WWNSPOOF 2 Error ZONE-WWNZONECHECK 2 Error ZONE-ZONEGROUPADDFAIL 3 Warning Panic-Level Messages Table 6 lists the Panic-level error messages. Panic-level messages indicate that a specific software subsystem has detected a fatal or irrecoverable error condition—for example, memory allocation failure, system call failure, and software detection of misbehaving ASIC or hardware subsystems.

  • Page 129: Error-level Messages, Critical-level Error Messages, Error-level Error Messages

    Error Message Tables Table 7: Critical-Level Error Messages Message BLOOM-RAMINIT_TO FABRIC-SIZE_EXCEEDED FABRIC-WEBTOOL_DISABLE FABRIC-WEBTOOL_LIFE FCIU-IUCOUNT FCPH-EXCHBAD LSDB-NOLOCALENTRY MQ-QREAD MQ-QWRITE Error-Level Messages Error-level messages indicate conditions that may not be fatal. These messages are considered less severe than Panic or Critical error messages. For example, Error-level messages may indicate timeouts seen on certain operations, failures of certain operations after retries, invalid parameters, or failure to perform a requested operation.

  • Page 130

    Error Message Tables Table 8: Error-Level Error Messages (Continued) Message LSDB-LSID MCAST-ADDBRANCH MPATH-NOPARENT MPATH-NOPARENTLSR MQ-MSGTYPE MS-INVALID_CTRESP MS-OUT_RESOURCES MS-TIME_OUT MS-UNEXPECTED_IUDATASZ NBFSM-NGBRSTATE PS-ASSERT PS-MALLOC PS-TASKCREATE RCS-APP_NOTREG RCS-RCSENOMEM RTWR-FAILED SEC-SEC_STATS SEC-SECDLFAIL ZONE-INCORRECT_ENFORCEMENT ZONE-INCORRECT_FA_CONFIG ZONE-INSUFF_PID_COUNT ZONE-IOCTLFAIL ZONE-NOLICENSE ZONE-TRANSCOMMIT ZONE-WWNSPOOF ZONE-WWNZONECHECK Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 131: Warning-level Messages, Warning-level Error Messages

    Error Message Tables Warning-Level Messages Warning-level messages are less severe than Error-level messages. These messages may indicate temporary failures detected by a software module or the detection of a parameter under monitoring that exceeded a specific threshold value. Table 9 lists the Warning-level error messages.

  • Page 132

    Error Message Tables Table 9: Warning-Level Error Messages (Continued) Message SLAP_SECPOLICYINIT SLAP_SIGNCHECKFAIL SLAP_WWNCHECKFAIL TS-NTPQFAIL TS-TS_SVR_ERRCODE_EXITS TS-TSSVREXITS UPATH-UNREACHABLE ZONE-DUPLICATE_ENTRY ZONE-ENFORCEMIX ZONE-PORT_OUT_OF_RANGE ZONE-SOFTZONING ZONE-WWNINPORT ZONE-ZONEGROUPADDFAIL Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 133: Informational-level Messages

    Error Message Tables Informational-Level Messages Information-level messages require no corrective or recovery action. They record events in the system—for example, the disabling of a port or the clearing of a Switch Error Log—and provide a description of those events to the user. Table 10 lists the informational messages.

  • Page 134: Debug-level Messages

    Error Message Tables Table 10: Informational-Level Messages (Continued) Message SEC-SECINFORM SEC-SECVIOL_API SEC-SECVIOL_HTTP SEC-SECVIOL_TELNET SWITCH-SECVIOL_DCC TRACK-CONFIG_CHANGE TRACK-FAILED_LOGIN TRACK-LOGIN TRACK-LOGOUT TRACK-TRACK_OFF TRACK-TRACK_ON TS-CLKSVRERR TS-TSINFO Debug-Level Messages Debug-level messages are produced by code inserted to inform HP that a suspected problem has occurred. Table 11 lists the debug messages.

  • Page 135

    Error Message Tables Table 11: Debug-Level Messages (Continued) Message NBFSM-DUPEPORTSCN RCS-RCSDISABLED RCS-RCSENABLED UCAST-DOUBLEPATH Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

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    Error Message Tables Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

  • Page 137: Index

    index tsclockserver 109, configshow command alias server conventions alias server messages document audience equipment symbols authorized reseller, HP text symbols critical-level messages 15, commands configshow database exchange state errclear 20, 21, 31, database transmit set flag errdump 16, databases errnvlogdisable link state 44, 53, errorshow MS platform...

  • Page 138

    Index error messages reading link state database (LSDB) 44, 53, responding to link state record 44, 54, severity levels 13, Linux operating system viewing local clock (LOCL) error-level messages 15, LSDB (link state database) 44, 53, fabric management server command assist zoning messages configuration server...

  • Page 139

    Index HLO-DEADTIMEOUT SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_MODEM HLO-HLOTIMEOUT SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_REMOTE HLO-INVHLO SECLIB-SECVIOL_LOGIN_SERIAL LSDB-LSID SECLIB-SECVIOL_MSaccess LSDB-MAXINCARN SECLIB-SECVIOL_MSfwrd LSDB-NOLOCALENTRY SECLIB-SECVIOL_MSop LSDB-NOLSR SECLIB-SECVIOL_RSNMP MCAST-ADDBRANCH SECLIB-SECVIOL_SCC MCAST-REMPORT SECLIB-SECVIOL_WSNMP MPATH-NOPARENT SEC-RSENDFAIL MPATH-NOPARENTLSR SEC-SEC_STATS MPATH-UNREACHABLE SEC-SECDBFAIL MQ-MSGTYPE SEC-SECDLFAIL MQ-OTHR SEC-SECINFO MQ-QWRITE SEC-SECINFORM MQ-READ SEC-SECVIOL_API MS-INVALID_CTRESP SEC-SECVIOL_HTTP MS-OUT_RESOURCES SEC-SECVIOL_TELNET MS-PLDBSEG SLAP_CERTCHECKFAIL MS-PLSTATE SLAP_MALLOCFAIL MS-RCSFAILED SLAP_SECPOLICYINIT...

  • Page 140

    Index ZONE-NOLICENSE secfabricshow command 86, ZONE-PORT_OUT_OF_RANGE SECLIB (security library) ZONE-SOFTZONING secpolicyactivate command ZONE-TRANSCOMMIT secpolicysave command ZONE-WWNINPORT secstatsreset command ZONE-WWNSPOOF secstatsshow command ZONE-WWNZONECHECK security database ZONE-ZONEGROUPADDFAIL security library (SECLIB) minimum cost path 58, secversionreset command mqshowall command 60, 62, 63, severity levels specified MS platform database SLAP (switch link authentication protocol) MS platform service...

  • Page 141

    Index warning-level messages 15, web tools unicast routing table websites, HP storage 9, unicast tree world wide name (WWN) 72, 99, 102, 115, UNIX operating system 117, unzoned name server WWN zone member warning zone group check failure rack stability zoning database 115, 116, 118, 120, symbols on equipment Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

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    Index Diagnostic and System Error Messages Version 3.1.x Reference Guide...

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