7 Replies Latest reply on Nov 16, 2016 10:33 PM by GaelV

    Need help for ESXi 5.5 booting slower due to SCSI Reservation Conflict

    GaelV Enthusiast

      Hi,

       

      I currently update one of my ESXi in 5.5 U3 build 4345813.

      Its in a vCenter and works well but it still has an issue when rebooting, it takes time (~10min) for booting, it is stuck at " vmw_satp_alua loaded successfully"...


      So i have checked the log and see  a lot of :


      2016-11-15T08:55:09.504Z cpu5:32794)lpfc: lpfc_scsi_cmd_iocb_cmpl:2057: 1:(0):3271: FCP cmd x1a failed <0/32> sid x0b0100, did x0b0400, oxid xffff SCSI Reservation Conflict -

      2016-11-15T08:55:09.505Z cpu5:32794)lpfc: lpfc_scsi_cmd_iocb_cmpl:2057: 1:(0):3271: FCP cmd x1a failed <0/37> sid x0b0100, did x0b0400, oxid xffff SCSI Reservation Conflict -

      2016-11-15T08:55:19.503Z cpu5:32967)lpfc: lpfc_taskmgmt:3560: 1:(0):3267 Task Mgmt Abort - IO not found on <3:4> for cmd serial number x1300, skip_abts 0

      2016-11-15T08:55:19.517Z cpu5:32794)ScsiDeviceIO: 2369: Cmd(0x412e803de800) 0x1a, CmdSN 0x1300 from world 0 to dev "naa.50002ac1290098a4" failed H:0x5 D:0x0 P:0x0 Possible sense data: 0x0 0x0 0x0.

       

       

      I've tried to fix it with the KB 1016106 by using "esxcli storage core device setconfig -d naa.id --perennially-reserved=true" for most of my RAW LUN

      but the problem isn't fixed with that.

       

      Does someone have an idea about it  ?

       

      Regards,

       

      Gael