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DP 6.0 Upgrade problem

DP 6.0 Upgrade problem

DP 6.0 Upgrade problem


I am getting this problem when backin up data to a specific drive.

[Warning] From: BMA@cccs087.ccc.cambridgeshire.gov.uk "Drive4_cccs087"  Time: 16/12/2007 09:59:19
    The device "Drive4_cccs087" could not be opened("Device could not be accessed")

[Normal] From: BMA@cccs087.ccc.cambridgeshire.gov.uk "Drive4_cccs087"  Time: 16/12/2007 09:59:19
    Starting the device path discovery process.

[Critical] From: BMA@cccs087.ccc.cambridgeshire.gov.uk "Drive4_cccs087"  Time: 16/12/2007 09:59:21
[90:1004]     Device address not found.

We have 2 cell managers both with differing SCSI ID's for drives.  Drive 1 & " have SCSI ID's which match but drive 3 & 4 have different SCSI ID's, as you can see the drives with different SCSI ID's can be writen to.

Cell manager 1 I assumed has all the correct SCSI id's and appears to be a master, manager2 is the node with differeing SCSI addresses and consequently is failing.

Any help would be good.


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