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Dxi 1000 can't mount filesystem on ESX

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pawel Kusmierczyk Nov 7, 2014. 6 Replies

The log /var/log/messeges is below:fsm: StorNext FSS '[0]': PANIC: /usr/cvfs/bin/fsm ASSERT failed "ha_smith_interval >= MIN_HA_INTERVAL && ha_smith_interval <= MAX_HA_INTERVAL" file…Continue

Do you know how disable https in quantum vmPRO?

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File system RsFS in Windows Server 2012

Posted on March 3, 2016 at 4:25am 1 Comment

I see that a "Quantum Pro" software can't to read granular backup for RsFs partition. Who can help me? Maybe someone had this issue and know how resolve this.

For everything - big thanks.

There is 1 corefile present

Posted on August 20, 2013 at 7:00am 0 Comments

Few days before I saw this message:

There is 1 corefile present.

Controller UUID: 90c7af9cc61f11e28d6b000c291ae486


and second message:

There is 1 corefile present.

Controller UUID: 8c342946c3be11e2a3ab000c298a88b3


Somebody know what is this?

optimize_byte_read (ernrno=107)

Posted on June 7, 2013 at 7:30am 1 Comment

Hi, I have from few days this information in my log:

optimize_byte_read:pread size 1 bytes, start 4096, inuse_bitmap .....returned -1 nbytes (errno=107)


Maybe anybody knows what is this?

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At 1:48pm on July 10, 2013, DoubleDensity said…

Hi Pawel,

This is part of the 'SmartRead' functionality of vmPRO, which is designed to determine which blocks inside a guest VMDK disk are actively allocated by NTFS or EXT filesystem. This log message is normal -- you can try disabling SmartRead if you like by using the following registry command on the CLI:

vmPRO> reg set smartread.enabled = 0

vmPRO> system restart services all


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