Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 462538
[4.7] scsi_id command outputs an unnecessary error message
Last modified: 2010-10-23 00:35:31 EDT
Description of Problem:
When booting a system connected with a tape drive whose media not
inserted, scsi_id command fails and outputs the following error message.
scsi_id: 1:0:5:0: close failed: No medium found
The udev executes scsi_id command against tape drives (st and nst
devices) since RHEL4.6 because udev rules have been changed at this
Version-Release number of selected component:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Version Number: 4
Release Number: 7
Kernel Version: linux-2.6.9-78.EL
Related Package Version: udev-039-10.22.el4
Related Middleware / Application: None
Drivers or hardware or architecture dependency:
This is architecture independent.
Step to Reproduce:
Start up the system without tape media inserting.
scsi_id command fails and outputs unnecessary error message.
scsi_id command fails but does not output unnecessary error message.
Summary of actions taken to resolve issue:
Location of diagnostic data:
Model: PRIMEQUEST 580
CPU Info: Itanium 2(1.6GHz) x4
Memory Info: 4GB
Hardware Component Information: None
Configuration Info: None
Guest Configuration Info: None
In the upstream, this message is suppressed by the following patch.
This request was evaluated by Red Hat Product Management for inclusion in a Red
Hat Enterprise Linux maintenance release. Product Management has requested
further review of this request by Red Hat Engineering, for potential
inclusion in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Update release for currently deployed
products. This request is not yet committed for inclusion in an Update
Proposing for RHEL-4.8 and granting Devel ACK.
Read ya, Phil
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described in this bug report. This report is therefore being
closed with a resolution of ERRATA. For more information
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