Hello Everyone,

I am have a problem on our network deploying a Wasabi IP-SAN connected
to a Netware 6.5 cluster with 2 nodes. Targets, Initiators, Volumes and
pools are all configured and functional but when attempting to transfer a
file to one of the resources Wasabi reports that a unknown scsi opcode
has been executed.

Log follows from Wasabi:

utarget_fsdisk UNKNOWN SCSI OPCODE 0x1b

Netware reports:

10-17-2007 10:07:07 am: NWPA-3.21-0
Severity = 0
NWPA-004: The CDM driver deactivated device [V060-A3-D8:0] Wasabi WSB/
iSCSI f/w:0231 due to a device failure.

10-17-2007 10:07:07 am: COMN-3.26-1092
Severity = 4 Locus = 3 Class = 0
NSS-3.00-5001: Pool KTC-WPG-NODE1/TEST2 is being deactivated.
An I/O error (20204(zio.c[2279])) at block 255872(file block -255872)
(ZID 2) has compromised pool integrity.

10-17-2007 10:07:07 am: COMN-3.26-34
Severity = 5 Locus = 2 Class = 6
NSS-2.70-5005: Volume KTC-WPG-NODE1/TEST2VOL user data write
(20204(zio.c[2301])) to block 399429(file block 14326)(ZID 134) failed.

10-17-2007 10:07:19 am: SERVER-5.70-1534
Severity = 4 Locus = 3 Class = 6
Device "[V060-A3-D8:0] Wasabi WSB/iSCSI f/w:0231" deactivated by
driver due to device failure

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Chris Bodnarchuk
Systems Management