I recently got an old NetApp Fas3050 for my homelab and to learn about NetApps. I received two heads and two disk shelves. When I received it, it took me quite some time to figure out the wiring of the cabling between heads and shelves. I finally got it working and created a LUN on it. But for some DR / replication testing I decided I want to make two separate NetApps of it. So I used this instruction to create a single cabled unit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/60938528@N00/5184699197/
Unfortunately now the unit won't boot anymore. I receive the errors below. Is this because the unit misses the old config and can I simply reset it (how?). Or is the cabling for the single unit cabling still wrong?
CPU type 0xF29: 2800MHz
Total memory: 0xC0000000 bytes (3072MB)
Starting AUTOBOOT press any key to abort...
Loading: 0x200000/42260372 0x2a4d794/14350620 0x37fd0b0/1732666 0x39a40ea/6 Entry at 0x00200000
Starting program at 0x00200000
Press CTRL-C for special boot menu
Thu Nov 11 20:56:23 GMT [nvram.battery.state:info]: The NVRAM battery is currently ON.
Thu Nov 11 20:56:56 GMT [fci.initialization.failed:error]: Initialization failed on Fibre Channel adapter 0d.
NetApp Release 7.3.3RC1: Wed Jan 6 23:50:42 PST 2010
Copyright (c) 1992-2009 NetApp.
Starting boot on Thu Nov 11 20:56:18 GMT 2010
Thu Nov 11 20:56:56 GMT [fci.initialization.failed:error]: Initialization failed on Fibre Channel adapter 0b.
PANIC: sanown: received add for already known disk in process sanown_notify on release NetApp Release 7.3.3RC1 on Thu Nov 11 20:57:01 GMT 2010
version: NetApp Release 7.3.3RC1: Wed Jan 6 23:50:42 PST 2010