Good Day All,
I have the exact same error but my tape drive seems to be working fine.
Do you think my SCSI controller is packing up?



roger@scanware.com Wrote:
> Thanks. You're absolutely right. Our backup didn't run last night.
> When
> I attempted to reconnect multiple times, I got a "no storage device
> available" message. It is the tape drive. You have to install an
> extra
> fan (which I did) in these servers because the tape drives literally
> burn
> up. It's a known problem with the ML530 G2. This will be the third
> time
> I've replaced the tape drive in this machine. I think I'm going to
> recommend an external tape drive so the server's heat isn't a problem.
> Thanks again.
>
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > roger@scanware.com wrote:
> > >
> > > -03-2005 3:06:11 pm: ADPT160M-18.20-0
> > > Severity = 0
> > > INFORMATIONAL: SCSI bus reset by third party {414020A4}
> > >
> > > Obviously there is a hardware problem.

> >
> > Yes. With some device connected to this controller. Pretty often

> Tape
> > Drives can cause this. In fact, I've seen this with Tape Drives that
> > simply hung, and it went away after the drive has been resetted.
> >
> > CU,
> > --
> > Massimo Rosen
> > Novell Support Connection Sysop
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