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T3 and T4 servers using Hardware RAID can have "Volume Not Consistent" status in OBP (Doc ID 1565363.1)

Last updated on JULY 25, 2018

Applies to:

SPARC T4-2 - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
SPARC T4-1 - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
SPARC T3-2 - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
SPARC T4-4 - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
SPARC T3-4 - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

{0} ok show-volumes
Volume 0 Target 380  Type RAID0 (Striping)
 
  WWID 06bd1619b65ac2f5
 
 Optimal
  Enabled  Volume Not Consistent
  2 Members                                         281247744 Blocks, 143 GB
  Disk 1 
    Member 0  Optimal 

    Target b      SEAGATE  ST930005SSUN300G 0606   PhyNum 1 

  Disk 0 

    Member 1  Optimal 

    Target f      SEAGATE  ST973402SSUN72G  0400   PhyNum 5
Volume 1 Target 381  Type RAID1 (Mirroring)  
  Name test-raid1  WWID 0ef112e0fe0ec1bc

 Optimal  Enabled  Volume Not Consistent
  2 Members                                         285155328 Blocks, 145 GB
  Disk 2 

    Primary  Optimal 

    Target d      SEAGATE  ST914603SSUN146G 0768   PhyNum 3
  Disk 3 
    Secondary  Optimal 

    Target e      SEAGATE  ST914603SSUN146G 0768   PhyNum 4
# ./sas2ircu 0 display
(...)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
IR Volume information
------------------------------------------------------------------------
IR volume 1

  Volume ID                               : 896
 
  Status of volume                        : Okay (OKY)

  RAID level                              : RAID0
 
  Size (in MB)                            : 137328

  Physical hard disks                     :

  PHY[0] Enclosure#/Slot#                 : 1:1
 
  PHY[1] Enclosure#/Slot#                 : 1:5

IR volume 2

  Volume ID                               : 897
 
  Volume Name                             : test-raid1
 
  Status of volume                        : Okay (OKY)
 
  RAID level                              : RAID1
 
  Size (in MB)                            : 139236
 
  Physical hard disks                     :
 
  PHY[0] Enclosure#/Slot#                 : 1:3
 
  PHY[1] Enclosure#/Slot#                 : 1:4

The sas2ircu commands contained in the LSI SAS2 Integrated Configuration Utility can be used to configure and manage RAID volumes on your server.

Please note that the sas2ircu utility is not a part of Solaris and needs to be downloaded from the LSI website.
To use the sas2ircu command set, download and install the SAS2IRCU software for the appropriate product:
Click here for T3-1, T3-2, T4-1, & T4-2
Click here for T3-4, T4-4, T3-1B, & T4-1B

Cause

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