5 Replies Latest reply on May 6, 2015 2:12 PM by lcoursy

    the invisible volume

    akhasheni

      A volume on an OSX 10.6.8 SNMP-monitored volume is reported as "down", and I can't find it. Could you please help me?

       

      The error:

      Volume "/Volumes/macadmin" on Tier 1 node "Pipeline4": Down

       

         Responding: N

         Type: Fixed Disk (ID: 4)

         Size: 931.2 G (Percent Used: 77 %, Index: 0)

         Allocation Failures This Hour: 0

       

      Node Pipeline4 (ID: 118), Status: Up

      Resources:

      P4 resources.png

      Mounted volumes on P4:

       

      Pipleline4:~ macadmin$ df

      Filesystem 512-blocks         Used Available Capacity  Mounted on

      /dev/disk2s2 1952853344     24639920 1927701424     2%    /

      devfs 435 435           0 100%    /dev

      /dev/disk1s2 1952853344    328103200  1624750144 17%    /Volumes/Buffer

      map -hosts 0 0           0 100%    /net

      map auto_home 0 0           0 100%    /home

      map -fstab 0 0           0 100%    /Network/Servers

      /dev/disk32    93765869568 55129906560 38635963008    59% /Volumes/FluxCapacitor

      /dev/disk33   187531739136 129211691776 58320047360    69%    /Volumes/xSAN

      /dev/disk34   187531739136 147377446144 40154292992    79%    /Volumes/DataDrive

       

      ... or even simpler:

      Pipleline4:~ macadmin$ ls /Volumes

      Buffer DataDrive     FluxCapacitor Server HD xSAN

       

      Pipleline4:~ macadmin$ ls /Volumes/macadmin

      ls: /Volumes/macadmin: No such file or directory

      The last line explains why it's down, but doesn't explain why SW is looking for it.

       

      Also, the volume in question is 931.2 G (Percent Used: 77 %). There is no match among mounted volumes: DataDrive is 79% used but it's more than 1TB.

       

      An identical OSX Server with all the same monitored resources does not produce the error message.

       

      What am I doing wrong?

       

      Thanks!