SL8500 - SLS0235I Audited Volume XXXXXX is Errant (Lost) - ACS01 Complex Intermittently Sends Error Messages To Console During Hardware Audit (Doc ID 2001807.1)

Last updated on JULY 28, 2016

Applies to:

Sun StorageTek SL8500 Modular Library System - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Errant volumes while running an audit in the background.
> SLS0235I Audited volume M57019 is errant (lost)
> SLS0235I Audited volume M53504 is errant (lost)
> SLS0235I Audited volume M53737 is errant (lost)
> SLS0235I Audited volume MA0519 is errant (lost)
After some attempts the library finally can find the medias.

Is a direct result of the prior ERR 04/23 CELL IS EMPTY errors. When the library reports that a particular volume is not found in the cell location reported by the CDS, HSC marks that volume as errant (lost). When the second Audit "finds" the volume in the correct cell (or in a different location), the errant status is removed, and the CDS is updated with the new location (or in this case, the same location).

When the library reports that a particular volume is not found in the cell location reported by the CDS, HSC marks that volume as errant (lost). When the second Audit "finds" the volume in the correct cell (or in a different location), the errant status is removed, and the CDS is updated with the new location (or in this case, the same location).

Symptoms

When hardware audit is triggered on library, messages appear on the console regarding unable to locate tape.

ERR 04/23 CELL IS EMPTY errors.

> SLS0235I Audited volume XXXXXX is errant (lost)

After some attempts the library finally can finds the medias.

Error: SLS0235I

Changes

 New firmware will include the bug correction. Current firmware:  8.36

Cause

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