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VSM6/VSM7 - SIM message 6007, SLS7516E reporting FSC 7300C or FSC 73200 (Doc ID 2689360.1)

Last updated on JULY 13, 2020

Applies to:

StorageTek Virtual Storage Manager System 6 (VSM6) - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
StorageTek Virtual Storage Manager System 7 (VSM7) - Version 7.0.0 to 7.1.2 [Release 7.0]
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)


SIM message SLS7516E reporting FSC 7300C or FSC 73200

SIM is a System Information Message and is posted on the Host System console.
Every SIM message is comprised of SLS6659I, SLS7516I, SLS7517I, and SLS6974I messages.
Document all SIM SLS messages in the SR.

Also document any messages that may be related to the problem, just prior or just after the SIM messages.
Include the date and times of all messages.


Fault Definitions:

FSC 0007300C - Nearlink IP (Clink) Path Status change
FSC 00073200 - Nearlink IP (Rlink) Path Status change

These messages would occur if the state of a Clink or Rlink changed from Offline to Online, or Online to Offline.


Example of SLS messages for SIM FSC 0007300C (FSC 00073200 will be similar) plus some additional console information.

SLS6659I VTSS <Reporting VTSS> SIM:1010000000008FE00000000000003E10413833380000 6007 05104000F2000000                  
SLS7516E VTSS <Reporting VTSS> reported: FSC0007300C_NLKIP_PATH_STATUS_SIM                                                            
SLS7517I FSC 0007300C Help Info: <Reference>                                                                                                               
<Reference> targetid:12 name:<Target Device> ip:<Target IP>
<Reference> vsm6_sim_tod:2020.02.19_11.05.23 Reporting time
SLS6974I Fault reported by VTSS:<Reporting VSM> Model:VSM7 Serial:000xxxxxx FSC:6007 FRU:00 Reporting VSM information


SLS6758I CLINK <Reporting VTSS>/<clink> IPIF 1A:0 failed to export VTV VVVVVV Example of Additional problem information
SLS6751I CLINK <Reporting VTSS>/<clink> IPIF 1A:0 Returned ECAM error CC=CC RC=RRR Example of Additional problem information

Note: 6007 is a reporting code to accommodate the SLS6659I format.  The actual fault code is in SLS7516E.


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