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SAS wide port 0 restored link on PHY 0 Error?

I see this error in /var/log/messages...

[root@ovz2 ~]# tail -f /var/log/messages
Dec 19 13:55:29 ovz2 auditd[2196]: Audit daemon rotating log files
Dec 19 15:45:53 ovz2 Server_Administrator: 2757 2329 - Storage Service  SAS port report: SAS wide port 0 lost link on PHY 0.:  Controller 0 (SAS 6/iR Integrated) 
Dec 19 15:45:55 ovz2 Server_Administrator: 2757 2330 - Storage Service  SAS port report: SAS wide port 0 restored link on PHY 0.:  Controller 0 (SAS 6/iR Integrated) 
Dec 19 15:50:40 ovz2 auditd[2196]: Audit daemon rotating log files
Dec 19 16:01:37 ovz2 Server_Administrator: 2757 2329 - Storage Service  SAS port report: SAS wide port 0 lost link on PHY 0.:  Controller 0 (SAS 6/iR Integrated) 
Dec 19 16:01:39 ovz2 Server_Administrator: 2757 2330 - Storage Service  SAS port report: SAS wide port 0 restored link on PHY 0.:  Controller 0 (SAS 6/iR Integrated) 
Dec 19 16:03:56 ovz2 Server_Administrator: 2757 2329 - Storage Service  SAS port report: SAS wide port 0 lost link on PHY 0.:  Controller 0 (SAS 6/iR Integrated) 
Dec 19 16:04:00 ovz2 Server_Administrator: 2757 2330 - Storage Service  SAS port report: SAS wide port 0 restored link on PHY 0.:  Controller 0 (SAS 6/iR Integrated) 
Dec 19 16:16:56 ovz2 Server_Administrator: 2757 2329 - Storage Service  SAS port report: SAS wide port 0 lost link on PHY 0.:  Controller 0 (SAS 6/iR Integrated) 
Dec 19 16:16:59 ovz2 Server_Administrator: 2757 2330 - Storage Service  SAS port report: SAS wide port 0 restored link on PHY 0.:  Controller 0 (SAS 6/iR Integrated) 

 This is a Dell R610 running Centos 6.

[root@ovz2 ~]# lspci -vv | grep -i raid
Subsystem: Dell SAS 6/iR Integrated RAID Controller

Server is painfully slow lately and not sure why, other than above error would be any indication. Not sure what it means and how to fix.

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Re: SAS wide port 0 restored link on PHY 0 Error?

BashedShell,

 

I would start with verifying that the system isn't too far behind in firmware, to rule out this being a false error. Then I would look at the controller, drives, as well as the cable connections. I would also go to the controller and check the status of the drives themselves. . 

Let me know what you see.

Chris Hawk

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