SCSI error: return code = 0x08000002 with "<<vendor>> ASC=0x95 ASCQ=0x50"
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Any Version
/var/log/messagesreports SCSI errors that contain;
kernel: sd X:X:X:X: SCSI error: return code = 0x08000002
kernel: <<vendor>> ASC=0x95 ASCQ=0x50ASC=0x95 ASCQ=0x50
- In most cases, these messages are hardware errors
- Open a Support Case with the hardware vendor
- If requested by the hardware vendor, open a new Support Case for collaboration with Red Hat, quoting the ticket number from them.
About Vendor Specific Error Codes
- The SCSI specification reserves a number of codes above
0x08for use by hardware vendors.
- The meanings of these error codes are dependent on deployed hardware and vary between vendors.
Understanding <<vendor>> Descriptions
- To understand the detail of these errors, please review Why does the error message "SCSI error: return code = 0x08000002" appear in the messages file, with <<vendor>> description?
SCSI Error Codes Deep Dive
- We have many Solutions explaining SCSI Error Codes that are specific to a combination of Return Code, Sense Key and Hardware.
- We also have an Article that covers SCSI Error codes in depth titled: How do I interpret SCSI status messages in RHEL like "sd 2:0:0:243: SCSI error: return code = 0x08000002"?.
Matching an address to a device
- If you need to further identify a device name from a hardware address, please review How do you map between scsi address <0 0 0 0> (or 0:0:0:0) and scsi device name (sda)?.
- Vendor specific SCSI errors are used by manufacturers to provide detailed support information about events on their products.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
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