write disk error. how to scan disk?

write disk error. how to scan disk?

Post by Romanovsky Serge » Fri, 26 Feb 1999 04:00:00



When we copied to tape we got message

s30# WARNING:

(sd1):
        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785    
        Sense Key: Hardware Error
        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10
WARNING:

(sd1):
        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785    
        Sense Key: Hardware Error
        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10
WARNING:

(sd1):
        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785    
        Sense Key: Hardware Error
        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10

We suppose that disk surface is destroied.
Who can advise how to scan surface and mark bad blocks?
We use SunOS 5.5.1 on SPARCstation10.

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Design Manager       fax   : 38044 241 7031

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write disk error. how to scan disk?

Post by Marvin Wolftha » Fri, 26 Feb 1999 04:00:00


The system format command has some analysis and repair
functions.

    man format


>When we copied to tape we got message

>s30# WARNING:

>(sd1):
>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10
>WARNING:

>(sd1):
>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10
>WARNING:

>(sd1):
>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10

>We suppose that disk surface is destroied.
>Who can advise how to scan surface and mark bad blocks?
>We use SunOS 5.5.1 on SPARCstation10.

>--
>Romanovsky Sergey    phone : 38044 241 7115
>Design Manager       fax   : 38044 241 7031

>WWW entry : http://www.ln.com.ua/~thesys
>Address   : JV "THESYS-Mikropribor"
>            Polytekhnicheskaya Str.33
>            252056 Kiev,Ukraine


 
 
 

write disk error. how to scan disk?

Post by H-C-I Administratio » Fri, 26 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Hi,

Take a look at the fsck command.  Read the man page carefully.

Regards

Sean P. Galvin


>When we copied to tape we got message

>s30# WARNING:

>(sd1):
>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10
>WARNING:

>(sd1):
>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10
>WARNING:

>(sd1):
>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10

>We suppose that disk surface is destroied.
>Who can advise how to scan surface and mark bad blocks?
>We use SunOS 5.5.1 on SPARCstation10.

>--
>Romanovsky Sergey    phone : 38044 241 7115
>Design Manager       fax   : 38044 241 7031

>WWW entry : http://www.ln.com.ua/~thesys
>Address   : JV "THESYS-Mikropribor"
>            Polytekhnicheskaya Str.33
>            252056 Kiev,Ukraine

 
 
 

write disk error. how to scan disk?

Post by Joerg Schilli » Sat, 27 Feb 1999 04:00:00


The surface analysis tools in the formaat program are suboptimal.

For the best possible surface analysys, use 'sformat' from:

ftp://ftp.fokus.gmd.de/pub/unix/sformat

In your case, I would suggest to use:

sformat -repair -wrverify



>The system format command has some analysis and repair
>functions.

>    man format


>>When we copied to tape we got message

>>s30# WARNING:

>>(sd1):
>>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10
>>WARNING:

>>(sd1):
>>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10
>>WARNING:

>>(sd1):
>>        Error for Command: write        Error Level: Retryable
>>        Requested Block: 107968 Error Block: 107968
>>        Vendor: SEAGATE                 Serial Number: LA837785
>>        Sense Key: Hardware Error
>>        ASC: 0x3 (peripheral device write fault), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0x10

>>We suppose that disk surface is destroied.
>>Who can advise how to scan surface and mark bad blocks?
>>We use SunOS 5.5.1 on SPARCstation10.

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