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what does 'SCSI Level x' mean in reporter

Veeam Logoby bigvern » Fri Sep 11, 2009 10:31 am

Hi,

We are troubleshooting some major VM issues (windows 2003 file server).

When viweing the Veeam report under the section 'LUNs' it specifies 'SCSI Level' then a number. What does this mean (is the raid level ?? - we only set RAID5 and RAID1 on our HP EVA8000 to which all the VMs are connected).

In the same vein what does 'SCSI level Specified' mean and how is this set etc??

Heres an example from the report:

Namevmhba1:1:0
Device Name/vmfs/devices/genscsi/vml.020c00000050001fe1500b1800485356323130
Device Typearray controller
ModelHSV210
Revision6200
SCSI Level6
SCSI Level SpecifiedTrue
Serial Numberunavailable
VendorHP
Hostxxxxxxxxxx


thanks guys
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Re: what does 'SCSI Level x' mean in reporter

Veeam Logoby Gostev » Fri Sep 11, 2009 1:45 pm

Hello, this discussion seem to have explanation of this attribute:
http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/for ... Id=1370774

[UPDATE] I just realized - is it your question there too? :)
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