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ACSLS - Tapes Assigned with Owner ID of "SYSTEM" Cause Access Denied Errors (Doc ID 2089808.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 22, 2015

Applies to:

Sun StorageTek Auto Cartridge Sys Lib SW (ACSLS) - Version 7.0 to 8.4 [Release 7.0 to 8.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

There are some tapes that are not recognized in the backup application. When checking the ACSLS event log, there are access failure messages:

# tail -50 /export/home/ACSSS/log/acsss_event.log

2015-12-01 19:37:47 DISMOUNT[0]:
728 N cl_ac_vol_access.c 1 277
cl_ac_vol_access: Volume Access Denied
Command <DISMOUNT>, Volume <TB2399>, Host ID <10.999.999.2>, Access ID
<backup>


2015-12-01 19:38:32 DISMOUNT[0]:
728 N cl_ac_vol_access.c 1 277
cl_ac_vol_access: Volume Access Denied
Command <DISMOUNT>, Volume <TB2399>, Host ID <10.999.999.2>, Access ID
<backup>


2015-12-01 19:38:36 DISMOUNT[0]:
728 N cl_ac_vol_access.c 1 277
cl_ac_vol_access: Volume Access Denied
Command <DISMOUNT>, Volume <TB2399>, Host ID <10.999.999.2>, Access ID
<backup>



The owner ID assigned to volume TB2343 is "SYSTEM" instead of "backup":

   $ volrpt -z -f owner_id.volrpt |grep TB2343
   TB2343  VOLUME_HOME  SYSTEM


From the vol_attr.dat file, TB2343 should be owned by "backup":

   vol_attr.dat:
   # Volser | Owner | Scratch | Force | Move to LSM | Assign to
   # | | Pool | | on entry | library
    ..
   TB0000-TB2700|backup||force||

Changes

No known change.
Possibly a problem with watch_vols.

Cause

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