ACSLS - 'del_vol' Does not Delete 8 Character Volser from ACSLS Database (Doc ID 2038078.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 05, 2015

Applies to:

Sun StorageTek Auto Cartridge Sys Lib SW (ACSLS) - Version 8.3 to 8.3 [Release 8.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Attempting to remove an absent volume with 8-character volser.

Volume access control feature is enabled.

Reporting this error in acsss_event.log:
--
2015-07-23 06:54:35 DEL_VOL[0]:
2175 E cl_vac_read.c 1 101
 cl_vac_read: vol_id BF0590L6 too long for Volume Access Control.
--

Here is an output of 'del_vol -d':

$ del_vol -d BF0590L6

Getting information for volume BF0590L6

--==< Database volume record >==--
Volume serial #: BF0590L6
Location: ACS: 2, LSM: -1, panel: 0, row: 0, column: 0
Drive Id: ACS: 2, LSM: 0, panel: 0, drive: 0
Volume type: 3 = VOLUME_TYPE_DATA
Label attribute: 0 = External
Pool Id: 0 = Common Pool
Volume status: 186 = STATUS_VOLUME_ABSENT
Entry date: 2015-07-20 10:21:52
Access date: 2015-07-22 09:14:13
Max use: 0
Lock Id: 0 = No Lock
Lock time: 0
Media type: 48 = LTO-2.5T
240 E: del_vol.c: cl_vac_read() unexpected status = STATUS_PROCESS_FAILURE

Changes

A volume with 8-character volser was flagged as 'absent'

Cause

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