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From: Deepak C Shetty <deepakcs@li...> - 2012-04-24 08:26:20
--create-volume=from-lsm --size=1G --pool 1
error: 13 msg: Error: volume_create rc= 4096
But then ...
./smispy_lsmplugin -t " | " -u
smispy://18.104.22.168:5988/?namespace=root/LsiArray13 -l VOLUMES
600A0B800017DCEC00000F324A4AB9EF | 2 | | 512 | 419430400 | 1 | 214748364800
600A0B800017DCEC00000F334A4ABA67 | 3 | | 512 | 419430400 | 1 | 214748364800
600A0B800017DCEC00000F344A4ABA75 | 4 | | 512 | 419430400 | 1 | 214748364800
600A0B800017DCEC00000F364F95DD7F | from-lsm | | 512 | 2097152 | 1 |
From the storage manager software also I could verify that the 1G LUN
was created successfully on the array.
1) Where can i see any debug logs for smispy, if any ?
2) Would you know of any way to look for the SMI-S provider logs, I
could not find any info about it in the provider documentation.
3) In -l VOLUMES output, the header ( ID Name vpd etc) is missing
when used with -t option.
From: Tony Asleson <tasleson@re...> - 2012-04-24 14:23:29
On 04/24/2012 03:26 AM, Deepak C Shetty wrote:
> ./smispy_lsmplugin -u
> --create-volume=from-lsm --size=1G --pool 1 error: 13 msg: Error:
> volume_create rc= 4096
4096 is a return code that a job has been created (async).
Unfortunately I introduced a bug in the last release when I added
additional constants. Do a pull and you should be good. I will add an
automated test case against the simulator. I can control what it
returns easier (to exercise more paths).
> 1) Where can i see any debug logs for smispy, if any ?
Logging is done to syslog.
> 2) Would you know of any way to look for the SMI-S provider logs, I
> could not find any info about it in the provider documentation.
This is vendor specific. You could use lsof or strace or some other
tool to find files the provider has open.
> 3) In -l VOLUMES output, the header ( ID Name vpd etc) is
> missing when used with -t option.
The -t option is for terse output so the header information is
intentionally absent. This was done to make it easier for people that
want to script the command line interface.