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Additional status BBU problem

Frage Linux

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23.02.2011 um 17:13 Uhr, 15016 Aufrufe, 3 Kommentare

Was hat das zu bedeuten ? Uns wurde von einer ext. Firma ein "rund-um-sorglos-Server" hingestellt - neben dem Status der Datensicherung kommen aber solche Emails - die Firma behauptet das sei alles normal - nur irgendwie glauben wir das nicht und hätten gerne mal eine dritte Meinung....

23.02.11 17.00.01: STATUS- NDERUNG des RAID-Plattensystems
( <: alt; >: neu )

88d87
< Additional status: BBU problem
100d98
< Additional status: Remaining capacity low
172c170
< Write mode: Write-through
---
Write mode: Write-back
240,241c238,239
< Status overall: Warning
< Status adapters: Warning
---
Status overall: OK
Status adapters: OK

23.02.11 17.00.01: STATUS des RAID-Plattensystems
21/3: System, 'XXX'
Parents: -
Properties:
Name: XXX
Vendor: Novell, Inc.
Operating system: SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server
Version: 11
Service pack: 0
Processor architecture: x86-64
IP address: 192.168.XXX.XXX
Fully qualified domain name: XXX.local
Admin group: raid-adm, settable
User group: raid-usr, settable
39/1: Software adapter, 'Linux Multiple Devices (0)'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Name: Linux Multiple Devices (0)
Vendor: Linux
Product: Multiple Devices
Adapter number: 0
Driver name: md
Driver version: 0.90.3
Max. devices: 1024
Max. logical drives: 256
Current devices: 0
Current logical drives: 0
32/1: SAS adapter, 'FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1)'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Adapter number: 1
Name: FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1)
Vendor: Fujitsu Technology Solutions
Product: RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616)
SAS address: 0x50030057002C8F20
Vendor ID: 0x1000
Subvendor ID: 0x1734
Device ID: 0x0079
Subdevice ID: 0x1176
Port count: 8
PCI bus: 1
PCI device: 0
PCI function: 0
Driver name: megaraid_sas
Driver version: 00.00.04.01
Max. devices: 255
Max. logical drives: 64
Current devices: 2
Current logical drives: 1
Protocol: SAS600
Firmware package version: 12.4.0-0014
Firmware version: 2.40.03-0787
Firmware build time: Jan 25 2010 13:40:31
BIOS version: 3.10.00
Memory size: 512 MB
FlashROM size: 8 MB
Alarm present: true
NVRAM size: 32 KB
UART present: true
Correctable errors: 0
Uncorrectable errors: 0
Inconsistency handling: MDC
SMART support: Enabled
SMART poll interval: 5 min [1..1092,1], settable
Max. disk count: 255 [0..255,1], settable
Continuous patrolling: No, settable
Alarm control: Disabled, settable
Rebuild rate: 30 % [0..100,1], settable
BGI rate: 30 % [0..100,1], settable
MDC rate: 30 % [0..100,1], settable
Migration rate: 30 % [0..100,1], settable
Auto flush interval: 4 s [0..100,1], settable
Spinup delay: 6 s [0..6,1], settable
Spinup drive count: 2 [1..8,1], settable
Auto rebuild: Enabled, settable
Coercion mode: None
Expose enclosure devices: Disabled, settable
Abort MDC on error: Disabled, settable
Init mode: Normal initialization, settable
Logical drive number for boot: -1 [-1..63,1], settable
Copyback: Enabled, settable
Copyback on SMART error: Disabled, settable
Copyback to SSD on SMART error: Enabled, settable
Spindown unconfigured disks: Disabled, settable
Spindown hot spares: Disabled, settable
Spindown delay: 30 min [30..1440,1], settable
MDC schedule mode: Disabled, settable
Native command queuing: Enabled
32/2: BBU, '3150301'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Name: 3150301
Vendor: LS1121001A
Manufacture date: 12/21/2009
Design capacity: 1.22 Ah
Design voltage: 3.7 V
Type: LION
Intelligent BBU: Yes
Serial number: 1820
Auto learn mode: Automatic, settable
Auto learn period: 30 days
Learn delay interval: 0 h [0..168,1], settable
32/4: SAS Backplane
Parents: 1
Properties:
Name: SAS Backplane
32/6: Disk, 'HITACHI HUS156030VLS600 (0)', 285568MB
Parents: 1
Properties:
Port number: 1
Name: HITACHI HUS156030VLS600 (0)
Vendor: HITACHI
Product: HUS156030VLS600
Type: SAS
Firmware version: A42B
Serial number: JTV5RS5L
Transfer speed: 600 MB/s
Transfer width: 1 bit(s)
Rotational speed: 15 Krpm
Device number: 5
Slot: 0
SAS address 00: 0x5000CCA00F0A6CFD
Physical size: 286102 MB
Config. size: 285568 MB
Foreign configuration: false
Media errors: 0
Misc errors: 0
SMART errors: 0
Media type: HDD
Power status: Active
32/5: Disk, 'HITACHI HUS156030VLS600 (1)', 285568MB
Parents: 1
Properties:
Port number: 0
Name: HITACHI HUS156030VLS600 (1)
Vendor: HITACHI
Product: HUS156030VLS600
Type: SAS
Firmware version: A42B
Serial number: JTVA8MZL
Transfer speed: 600 MB/s
Transfer width: 1 bit(s)
Rotational speed: 15 Krpm
Device number: 4
Slot: 1
SAS address 00: 0x5000CCA00F12B0A5
Physical size: 286102 MB
Config. size: 285568 MB
Foreign configuration: false
Media errors: 0
Misc errors: 0
SMART errors: 0
Media type: HDD
Power status: Active
32/3: Logical drive 0, 'LogicalDrive_0', RAID-1, 285568MB
Parents: 1
Containers: 1
Disks: 2 --> ( 32/6 32/5 )
Partitions: 3
Partition 0 --> Offset: 16065, Length 67103505, MountPoint: /, Label: /dev/sda1
Partition 1 --> Offset: 67119570, Length 33543720, MountPoint: Swap, Label: /dev/sda2
Partition 2 --> Offset: 100663290, Length 484166970, Label: /dev/sda3
Properties:
Logical drive number: 0
Logical size: 285568 MB
Physical size: 571136 MB
RAID level: RAID-1
Stripe size: 64 (KB)
Name: LogicalDrive_0, settable
Initialization status: Initialized
Write mode: Write-back
Read mode: No read-ahead
Cache mode: Direct
Default write mode: Write-back, settable
Default read mode: No read-ahead, settable
Default cache mode: Direct, settable
BGI: Disabled
Disk cache mode: Disabled, settable
Operating system device name: /dev/sda
33/1: SAS adapter, 'LSI RAID 0 1 SAS 4P (2)'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Adapter number: 2
Name: LSI RAID 0 1 SAS 4P (2)
Vendor: Fujitsu Technology Solutions
Product: LSI RAID 0 1 SAS 4P
Serial number: 50030057009918b0
Vendor ID: 0x1000
Subvendor ID: 0x1734
Device ID: 0x0056
Subdevice ID: 0x1131
Port count: 4
PCI bus: 2
PCI device: 0
PCI function: 0
Driver name: mptbase
Driver version: 4.00.43.00suse
Driver name 1: mptsas
Driver version 1: 4.00.43.00suse
Driver name 2: mptctl
Driver version 2: 4.00.43.00suse
Max. devices: 255
Max. logical drives: 2
Current devices: 1
Current logical drives: 0
Protocol: SATA150, SATA300, SAS300
Firmware version: 01.27.00.00
BIOS version: 06.26.00.00
NVData version: 2D.51
Alarm present: false
NVRAM size: 1 KB
UART present: false
Correctable errors: 0
Uncorrectable errors: 0
Auto rebuild: Enabled
Coercion mode: None
33/2: SAS Backplane
Parents: 1
Properties:
Name: SAS Backplane
33/3: Tape, 'HP Ultrium 3-SCSI (0)'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Port number: 0
Name: HP Ultrium 3-SCSI (0)
Vendor: HP
Product: Ultrium 3-SCSI
Type: SAS
Firmware version: Q24D
Serial number: HU11009YAY
Device number: 0
Slot: 0
SAS address 00: 0x50060B000080DAE8
21/0: Multiplexer, 'ServerView RAID Manager'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Version: 4.4.3
Backup file: RAIDConfiguration.xml, settable
Status overall: OK
Status adapters: OK
Status logical drives: OK
Status disks: OK
Poll interval: 3 s [2..255,1], settable
21/4: Scheduler
Parents: 1
Properties:
21/10: Task, 'Write snapshot'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Name: Write snapshot
Object: Multiplexer
Configurability: Cannot be configured
21/5: E-mail log
Parents: 1
Properties:
Logging: Disabled, settable
21/1: File log
Parents: 1
Properties:
Logging: Enabled, settable
Text format (additionally): Disabled, settable
File name: RAIDLog.xml, settable
File size: 10 MB [2..255,1], settable
Log method: Rotation, settable
Max. save files: 5 [1..10,1], settable
Log level: Information, settable
21/2: System log
Parents: 1
Properties:
Logging: Enabled, settable
Log level: Information, settable
Log destination: /var/log/messages
32/0: Plugin, 'LSIStoreLib-Plugin'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Name: LSIStoreLib-Plugin
Version: 4.4.3
Vendor: LSI Corporation
Vendor API version: 3.52-03
Poll interval: 2 s [2..255,1], settable
33/0: Plugin, 'LSIStoreLibIR-Plugin'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Name: LSIStoreLibIR-Plugin
Version: 4.4.3
Vendor: LSI Corporation
Vendor API version: 4.35-04
Poll interval: 2 s [2..255,1], settable
39/0: Plugin, 'LMD-Plugin'
Parents: 1
Properties:
Name: LMD-Plugin
Version: 4.4.3
Vendor: Linux
Poll interval: 10 s [2..255,1], settable

23.02.11 17.00.01: RAID-Meldungen in /var/log/messages
Feb 23 07:26:28 xxx ServerView RAID: [10313][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU Relearn will start in 5 hours Feb 23 12:27:38 xxx ServerView RAID: [10308][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU relearn pending: BBU is under charge Feb 23 12:27:38 xxx ServerView RAID: [10304][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU relearn started Feb 23 12:27:38 xxx ServerView RAID: [10338][Warning] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU disabled; changing Write-back logical drives to Write-through Feb 23 12:27:38 xxx ServerView RAID: [10235][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): Logical drive 0: Current Cache Policy changed Feb 23 12:28:44 xxx ServerView RAID: [10156][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU discharging Feb 23 12:28:44 xxx ServerView RAID: [10305][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU relearn in progress Feb 23 15:03:38 xxx ServerView RAID: [10306][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU relearn finished Feb 23 15:04:41 xxx ServerView RAID: [10180][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU charging started Feb 23 16:21:39 xxx ServerView RAID: [10337][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): BBU enabled; changing Write-through logical drives to Write-back Feb 23 16:21:39 xxx ServerView RAID: [10235][Information] Adapter FTS RAID Ctrl SAS 6G 5/6 512MB (D2616) (1): Logical drive 0: Current Cache Policy changed
Mitglied: 2hard4you
23.02.2011 um 17:46 Uhr
Moin,

der Akku des RAIDcontrollers muß gewechselt werden...

Gruß

24
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: 32067
23.02.2011 um 17:54 Uhr
Hallo,

nicht unbedingt, einige Controller machen auch einen Batterietest, bei dem dann solche Alarmmeldungen rauspurzeln.

Wenn die Meldungen regelmäßig alle X Wochen kommen, dann könnte es das hier der Fall sein.

Falls nicht spricht einiges für einen kaputten Akku auf dem RAID-Controller.
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: dog
23.02.2011 um 18:52 Uhr
Eigentlich sagt die Meldung viel eher, das alles OK ist:

( <: alt; >: neu )

> Status overall: OK
> Status adapters: OK

Natürlich lädt und entlädt jeder RAID-Controller öfters mal die BBU, was auch die folgen in der Write-Policy bedeutet, aber das sollte nicht zu einer Fehlermeldung führen.
Bitte warten ..
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