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How to determine from logs which scsi disk is erroring
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    How to determine from logs which scsi disk is erroring

    Hi. I'm getting the following entries in /var/log/messages:
    [tt]
    Aug 29 04:02:14 tggconv kernel: I/O error: dev 08:21, sector 0
    Aug 29 04:02:14 tggconv kernel: I/O error: dev 08:21, sector 524304
    Aug 29 04:02:14 tggconv kernel: EXT3-fs error (device sd(8,33)): ext3_get_inode_loc: unable to read inode block - inode=32705, block=65538
    Aug 29 04:02:15 tggconv kernel: I/O error: dev 08:21, sector 0
    Aug 29 04:02:15 tggconv kernel: EXT3-fs error (device sd(8,33)) in ext3_reserve_inode_write: IO failure[/tt]

    Now, I'm guessing that one of my scsi disks is not a happy camper, but I'm not sure how to tell from the logs which disk is the one feeling crook. Can anyone tell me how to determine which disk is meant by [tt]device sd(8,33)[/tt] or [tt]dev 08:21[/tt] ?

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    Re:How to determine from logs which scsi disk is erroring

    hello,
    on my setup (using SATA drives as SCSI) sdc1 is 8,33 and 8,21 is sdb5. I used to have those errors with my SATA drive, it was my disk having an issue with teh amount of data transfered at once. with kernel 2.4 I needed to limit it to 15kB per request, now it is smooth sailing

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    Re:How to determine from logs which scsi disk is erroring

    Cheers. I hae a luik when I get a chance, see if that points me in the correct direction.

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