There are a number solutions for this but should you wish to erase the VTOC from Solaris then you can do this with the solution below.The VTOC (Volume Table Of Contents) Legal Notices Skip navigationOracle Community DirectoryOracle Community FAQLog inRegisterMy Oracle Support Community (MOSC)SearchSearchCancelGo Directly To Oracle Technology Network CommunityMy Oracle Support CommunityOPN Cloud ConnectionOracle Employee CommunityOracle User Group CommunityTopliners CommunityOTN Speaker Choose > SMI. > > Cheers, Liam > Try using format -e from a Solaris 10 boot. Illegal request during read: block 17770520 (0x10f2818) (6571/15/1) ASC: 0x21 ASCQ: 0x0 Warning: error reading backup label. http://txtbl.com/warning-error/warning-error-writing-vtoc-warning-no-backup-labels-label-failed.html
Please see the truss output in the question (question extended) –asdmin Nov 8 '10 at 10:51 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Without more detail, it's difficult to know what has or hasn't worked in the past. I'm not sure what the extra V stands for on your model. On the other hand, fmthard cannot write a VTOC to a disk that isn't labelled.
Ultimately, prevent IP theft, fraud, and cybercrime.Explore products and solutions from RSA.Visit RSA.comOverviewEnterprise Network HardwareSwitchesRouters and Wireless NetworkingOverviewDocumentumLEAPInfoArchiveOverviewDell LaptopsDell DesktopsDell Thin Clients and VDI ProductsNo results foundNo results foundMODERN DATA CENTERGet It just need to be able to successfully open the s2 device (which is just a symlink to the real device) to know if a disk is there. Chris ChrisQuayle, Mar 30, 2007 #13 ChrisQuayle Guest Gerry Sinkiewicz wrote: > "Greg Menke" <> wrote in message > news:... > >>Try sformat, IIRC blastwave has it.
Thanks for the hint. > I have a bunch of non-recongnizable FC drives from e-bay, 520 byte > sectors. > I think they came from AS400's or Hitachi something. > I Type the number of the disk that you need to recover.Specify disk (enter its number): 1 Select one of the following to determine how to label the disk. Why does Solaris need to know parameters like the number of sectors/ track for SCSI and FC disks? c4t500604844A376596d74s2: configured with capacity of 34.04GBSelecting c4t500604844A376596d74s2 [disk formatted]Error: can't open disk '/dev/rdsk/c4t500604844A3726215d8s2p0'.
Cheers, Liam Liam Greenwood, Mar 20, 2007 #7 Gerry Sinkiewicz Guest "Greg Menke" <> wrote in message news:... > > Try sformat, IIRC blastwave has it. Have done this on several ex emc box fibre drives and it works fine. share|improve this answer answered Nov 5 '10 at 12:28 Zanchey 2,5621426 format writes VTOC to s2, s2 works only if VTOC is present. Usually it will simply complain that the drive type is unknown, but still list it.
Trinean Trinean, Mar 18, 2007 #2 Advertisements Greg Menke Guest Try sformat, IIRC blastwave has it. Why is the FBI making such a big deal out Hillary Clinton's private email server? Since I have a >monitor which will display both machines at the touch of a button (switching >between the two), It made me wonder if anyone has developed a keyboard which Yes, and Solaris creates the /dev/rdsk/c1t1d0sX devices.
When it get to the point where it should list the available disks it reports there are no disks in the system. try this Trinean Trinean, Mar 20, 2007 #6 Liam Greenwood Guest On 18 Mar 2007 14:13:40 -0700, <> wrote: > How do I use Solaris to write a Sun disk label on Thanks Wes >===== Original Message From Joe W
Not ready error during read ASC: 0x4 ASCQ: 0x3 Warning: error reading backup label. weblink By convention VTOC disks have an s2 that spans the whole disk which encloses the VTOC. When you go to label > the disk it will give you the option of either SMI or EFI. The host will only see the actual LUN down the path that is the Current Owner - with one path to SPB and the LUN owned by SPA, you could not
y "Warning: error writing VTOC. "Illegal request during read: block 17770520 (0x10f2818) (6571/15/1) "ASC: 0x21 ASCQ: 0x0 "Warning: error reading backup label. "Illegal request during read: block 17770522 (0x10f281a) (6571/15/3) "ASC: Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Make sure that the Current is the same as the Default and the the SPB that owns the LUN is also one the paths from the host to the array from navigate here analyze> verify Ready to verify (will corrupt data).
Without failover software on the host, the failover mode must be set to 0 (zero) and with failover software the mode is set to 1 - depending on the type of The first step to recovering a corrupted disk label is to label the disk with the correct geometry and disk type information. This answer is not an answer to my question. –asdmin Nov 5 '10 at 14:32 1 @asdmin: format writes VTOC to the 2nd and 3rd sectors of the disk.
How much more than my mortgage should I charge for rent? How to Recover a Corrupted Disk Label Boot the system to single-user mode.If necessary, boot the system from a local Oracle Solaris DVD or the network in single-user mode to access In the past I would boot NetBSD or OpenBSD > or put the disk in a NetBSD or OpenBSD system and use that to write > a Sun disk label. format> ------------------ I've added the following description from the master format.dat maintained by John Dimarco to /etc/format.dat disk_type = "Seagate Cheetah 10K ST19101N"\ : ctlr = SCSI : fmt_time = 18\
If > you really must install from source, then read the INSTALL/README docs > with great care. > > Gregm > Thanks blastwave.org (pkg-get -i schilyutils) works fine. Report Abuse Like Show 0 Likes (0) 13. But this is the only system I have at home with a FC disk interface, and I can't get NetBSD or OpenBSD to boot on this system, so I need to http://txtbl.com/warning-error/warning-error-writing-vtoc-warning-no-backup-labels.html Yahoo!
Report Abuse Like Show 0 Likes (0) 11. Once sformat has a label on it, regular format will work fine. > >> > >> Gregm > >> > > > > I will try this. The default partition for the disk is: a 100% "SOLARIS System" partition Type "y" to accept the default partition, otherwise type "n" to edit the partition table.yformat> p PARTITION MENU: 0