Hwmgmtd may report "unexpected SCSI SENSE" event (Doc ID 1531798.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 01, 2016

Applies to:

Sun Server X2-8 - Version Not Applicable to Not Applicable [Release N/A]
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Hwmgmtd may report "unexpected SCSI SENSE" event

Symptoms

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 In some case, after installed OHMP 2.2.3.x, below event may output during system booting.

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Nov 12 14:18:31 hostname hwmgmtd[651]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] Event 44: Component: /SYS/DBP/HDD0, Disk reported unexpected SCSI SENSE data to controller which may indicate a compatibility issue between the controller firmware version and disk model, id=/SYS/DBP/HDD0.

Nov 12 14:18:31 hostname hwmgmtd[651]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] Event 44: Component: /SYS/DBP/HDD2, Disk reported unexpected SCSI SENSE data to controller which may indicate a compatibility issue between the controller firmware version and disk model, id=/SYS/DBP/HDD2.

Nov 12 14:18:31 hostname hwmgmtd[651]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] Event 44: Component: /SYS/DBP/HDD4, Disk reported unexpected SCSI SENSE data to controller which may indicate a compatibility issue between the controller firmware version and disk model, id=/SYS/DBP/HDD4.

Nov 12 14:18:31 hostname hwmgmtd[651]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] Event 44: Component: /SYS/DBP/HDD5, Disk reported unexpected SCSI SENSE data to controller which may indicate a compatibility issue between the controller firmware version and disk model, id=/SYS/DBP/HDD5.

Nov 12 14:18:31 hostname hwmgmtd[651]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] Event 44: Component: /SYS/DBP/HDD7, Disk reported unexpected SCSI SENSE data to controller which may indicate a compatibility issue between the controller firmware version and disk model, id=/SYS/DBP/HDD7.
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Cause

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