Description of problem:
Sporadically get following error message:
sym53c895-0:1: ERROR (81:0) (8-0-0) (f/9f) @ (script 2a0:48000000).
sym53c895-0: script cmd = f25c0004
sym53c895-0: regdump: da 00 00 9f 47 0f 01 0a 00 08 81 00 80 00 0f 02
00 a8 83 1f 02 ff ff ff.
sym53c895-0: Downloading SCSI SCRIPTS.
I'm using both software RAID and LVM -- the LVM is built on top of a
RAID-1 drive pair. I've only noticed this problem when accessing an
LVM partition: /home and /usr/local are logical volumes on /dev/md5,
/boot is ext3 on /dev/md0. Running fsck -c will throw the error about
1 time in 3 on one of the lv's, but has yet to do so on a non-lvm
I suspect this is NOT a hardware problem, as I had just scanned both
drives for bad blocks prior to repartitioning and installing FC1.
This system (an HP LPr PII/450 512M 2x9.1G SCSI) was previously
running RH 7.3 with a straight ext3 partitioning scheme -- no RAID or
LVM -- without exhibiting this problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Random / sporadic
Steps to Reproduce:
1. umount /home ; fsck -c /dev/Volume00/lv_home
Sometimes it throws the error message, sometimes it doesn't.
I've done everything I can think of to rule out hardware errors.
Re-installed FC1 on the affected box on 3/13/04 using LVM but without
software RAID. Problem seems to have gone away. This leads me to
believe that the problem was caused by the software RAID.
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