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Intermittent SATA drive when vibrating the board

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Intermittent SATA drive when vibrating the board

Postby Ehabk71 » Thu Dec 16, 2010 3:20 pm

Hi All
we are doing some vibration test of our product and we have two SATA drives connected to the motherboard. After few hours in vib , the system logs start showing the following:

eide_identify_devices: Intel ICH7 AHCI vid 8086 did 27c5 class 10601 rev 2 busno 0 dfunc fa
eide_display_devices: Super Talent Tec port 0 max udma 6 cur udma 0 pio 4 mblk 1
cam-disk.so (Aug 22 2007 14:29:05)
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
Dec 15 14:36:47 nto login: ROOT LOGIN (root) ON ser13 FROM cmu;;
sata_device_disconnect
sata_device_connect
eide_display_devices: Super Talent Tec port 0 max udma 6 cur udma 0 pio 4 mblk 1
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
sata_device_disconnect
sata_device_connect
eide_display_devices: Super Talent Tec port 0 max udma 6 cur udma 0 pio 4 mblk 1
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
sata_device_disconnect
sata_device_connect
eide_identify: IDENTIFY failed: port 0 status 80 error 0
sata_device_connect: identify failure
sata_device_disconnect
sata_device_connect
eide_display_devices: Super Talent Tec port 0 max udma 6 cur udma 0 pio 4 mblk 1
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
sata_device_disconnect
sata_device_connect
eide_display_devices: Super Talent Tec port 0 max udma 6 cur udma 0 pio 4 mblk 1
eide_init_device: UDMA set feature failed 0
eide_init_device: PIO set feature failed 0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=c4 scsi_status=2 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=5a error=70 sense=5 asc=24 ascq=0
eide_timer: timeout path 0 device 0
eide_error: path=0 device=0 cam_status=11 scsi_status=0 status=50 error=0 cmd=28
eide_dump_regs: error 0 status 50 seccnt 1 secno 1 cyllo 0 cylhi 0
scsi_interpret_sense: path=0 target=0 lun=0 cam_status=4b scsi_status=0 flag=00200040 vuflag=0000 cmd=28
eide_timer: timeout path 0 device 0


so it seems that the SATA drive is connecting and disconnecting continueoulsy. Any body have seen this kind of error when vibrating before. Also why Im getting this scsi_interpret_sense , even in normal conditions ...
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RE: Intermittent SATA drive when vibrating the board

Postby mario » Thu Dec 16, 2010 5:52 pm

I *think* the sense stuff is present in normal condition to check if the device is still connected ? A wild guess.
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RE: Intermittent SATA drive when vibrating the board

Postby Ehabk71 » Thu Dec 16, 2010 6:06 pm

my devb-ahci driver dates back to 2007 , is there a newer version of the driver. Any idea if this might be a driver issue , although I dont think so as the problem occurs only in vibration.
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