Solved Mismatch of SCSI mirror-set data has been detected on Disk0

May 7, 2012 at 03:53:30
Specs: Windows XP
Hi,

I have a server named Newsbrowse with 2 Coservers. One of them gets disconnected and I always have to manually connect it again.

When I checked the logs I got this error message: A mismatch of SCSI mirror-set data has been detected on Disk0.

Could anybody tell me if this is a problem related to Coserver1 having a different scsi drive than of Coserver2.

Thank you in advance.


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May 7, 2012 at 14:58:32
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Check this two things:

CoServern.MtcScsiP status: A mismatch of SCSI mirror set data has been detected on DISKn.
Variables
n – the disk number; for example, DISK0, DISK1, DISK2
Severity
Error
Description
A response returned by the Provider was not identical on both CoServers. The SCSI Provider
on both CoServers must return identical data for mirror sets.
Action
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The condition is automatically corrected by the system. One of the CoServers will be
temporarily removed and eventually rejoined into the configuration. The mirror set with
the error will invoke a full mirror copy, selecting the last full copy source as the copy
source during the start of the new full copy. The remaining mirror sets will perform delta
copies, if delta copy is enabled and necessary.
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If the condition persists, contact your service provider for assistance.


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CoServern.MtcScsiP status: A mismatch of SCSI Provider data has been detected.
Severity
Error
Description
A disk did not appear to power up properly. This may occur for a variety of reasons. For
example, it may be powered off; it may not be plugged into the SCSI bus; it may have failed;
there may be a problem with SCSI termination on the bus; or it may be misconfigured.
Action
•
The condition is automatically corrected by the system. One of the CoServers will be
temporarily removed and eventually rejoined into the configuration.
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If the condition persists, contact your service provider for assistance.



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