ACSLS - Phantom Volume Created After Issuing a Dismount Operation on an Empty Drive (Doc ID 1014246.1)

Last updated on MARCH 18, 2013

Applies to:

Sun StorageTek Auto Cartridge Sys Lib SW (ACSLS) - Version 7.0 to 8.2 [Release 7.0 to 8.0]
All Platforms
***Checked for relevance on 18-Mar-2013***

Symptoms

Unable to handle unusual status.
Phantom volume created.
Phantom volume created in ACSLS database after a Dismount command is issued on an empty drive.
The Mount operation is failing due to a STATUS_VOLUME_IN_DRIVE error. However, the volume referred to in the error message is not inside the library and not inside the drive.

Error messages in the acsss_event.log:

2006-08-23 14:45:24 ACSCR[0]:
95 N cr_driv_state.c 1 381
cr_driv_state:st_rcv_complete: Drive 0, 3, 1,14: Corrected drive status to
STATUS_DRIVE_IN_USE

2006-08-23 14:45:24 ACSCR[0]:
96 N cr_driv_state.c 1 432
cr_driv_state:st_rcv_complete: Volume A01058: Corrected volume status to
STATUS_VOLUME_IN_DRIVE

2006-08-23 14:45:24 ACSCR[0]:
2482 I cr_rcvy_state.c 1 1295
cl_cr_location dm_lh_src_empty: Volume A01058 was not found and will be
marked absent

2006-08-23 14:45:24 ACSSA[0]:
2465 I sa_demux.c 1 278
Volume A01058 is absent.


The following messages were logged in the acsss_event.log during a Dismount command on an empty drive.
The volume created is nowhere inside the library.

2006-08-30 15:50:14 DISMOUNT[0]:
372 N mt_action_df.c 1 365
df_lh_src_empty: Source location empty: 0, 2, 1, 7

2006-08-30 15:50:14 DISMOUNT[0]:
1 E mt_upda_dm.c 3 416
mt_upda_dm: cl_vol_destroy() unexpected status = STATUS_VOLUME_NOT_IN_LIBRARY

2006-08-30 15:50:14 ACSSA[0]:
1435 W sa_demux.c 1 278
Unable to handle unusual status or event. See related messages.

2006-08-30 15:50:14 ACSCR[0]:
1292 N cr_driv_state.c 1 1189
cr_driv_state:st_chk_drive: Volume A01058: Found in drive 0, 2, 1, 7: added

2006-08-30 15:50:14 ACSCR[0]:
95 N cr_driv_state.c 1 381
cr_driv_state:st_rcv_complete: Drive 0, 2, 1, 7: Corrected drive status to
STATUS_DRIVE_IN_USE

 

Changes

Installed SL8500 microcode level FRS 2.52

Cause

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