dstartio error

dstartio error

Post by Lim Choon Lo » Fri, 31 Dec 1993 16:46:29



Hi,

We are running 4.9.2 on a Sparc 1000 Solaris 2.2.  Once in a while the server
will "hang" with the error shown in the errorlog as:

00: 93/12/30 14:34:45.40 kernel: dstartio: I/O request repeatedly
delayed; block number: 3124, vdn: 0
01: 93/12/30 14:34:48.49 kernel: dstartio: I/O request repeatedly
delayed; block number: 3122, vdn: 0

We have to restart the server when we see them.

We are not running any dump nor is there many processes (<50 ?).  Can someone
please help us on this problem?  Any tips/hints/solutions will be greatly
appreciated.

Thank you.

Choon-Long Lim

 
 
 

dstartio error

Post by Timothy E. Kr » Sat, 01 Jan 1994 00:38:52



Quote:

>Hi,

>We are running 4.9.2 on a Sparc 1000 Solaris 2.2.  Once in a while the server
>will "hang" with the error shown in the errorlog as:

>00: 93/12/30 14:34:45.40 kernel: dstartio: I/O request repeatedly
>delayed; block number: 3124, vdn: 0
>01: 93/12/30 14:34:48.49 kernel: dstartio: I/O request repeatedly
>delayed; block number: 3122, vdn: 0

>We have to restart the server when we see them.

>We are not running any dump nor is there many processes (<50 ?).  Can someone
>please help us on this problem?  Any tips/hints/solutions will be greatly
>appreciated.

>Thank you.

>Choon-Long Lim

We have experienced the same problem here on Sparc 10 running Sybase 4.9.1 and Sun OS 4.1.3.
It turns out that we neglected to install Sun OS patch #100743.  Once we did that, our problem
was resolved.  I haven't checked, but perhaps there is an equivalent patch for Solaris that will
help.

 
 
 

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Hi,

        I've installed Sybase 4.9.2 in a SS20 running Solaris 2.4 using
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to fix the problem?

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