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Event ID 129 pvcsi - VmWare Win Ser2012 RRS feed

  • Pregunta

  • Se emitió una actualización del dispositivo, \ Device \ Raid \ Port 2

    Origen pvscsi

    Id 129

    Nivel de advertencia 

    Registrado 27/08/2019

    Tengo Wind Serv 2012 en el entorno virtual VMWARE ESX6.7

    Se cuelga y se reinicia cada vez que sale ese evento¿Podría alguien por favor apoyarme?

    jueves, 29 de agosto de 2019 23:58

Respuestas

  • Hola, JoseMendozaP:
    Cada vez que el errorID 129 se sucede, puedes ver en el Visor de Sucesos el siguiente aviso:

    Log Name:          System
    Source:            storahci
    Event ID:          129
    Task Category:     None
    Level:             Warning
    Keywords:          Classic
    User:              N/A
    Description:     Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort0, was issued.

    ..Que hace referencia a un fallo en el funcionamiento RAID. Por fortuna, para el caso que nos ocupa la solución pasa por ajustar los parámetros de energía del sistema (EJECUTAR > POWERCFG.CPL > CAMBIAR CONF. del plan de energía actual > botón CONF. AVANZADA DE CONF. DE ENERGÍA > apartado PCI EXPRESS > apartado LINK STATE POWER MANAGEMENT > botón SETTING > cambiar valor de MODERATE a OFF.

    La explicación técnica detallada la formuló el compañero Kevil Holman desde su blog personal. Sus palabras exactas son:
    "
    CI Express has 'active-state' power management, which lowers power consumption when the bus is not active (that is, no data is being sent between components or peripherals). On a parallel interface such as PCI, no transitions occur on the interface until data needs to be sent.

    In contrast, high-speed serial interfaces such as PCI Express require that the interface be active at all times so that the transmitter and receiver can maintain synchronization. This is accomplished by continuously sending idle characters when there is no data to send. The receiver decodes and discards the idle characters. This process consumes additional power, which impacts battery life on portable and handheld computers.

    To address this issue, the PCI Express specification creates two low-power link states and the active-state power management (ASPM) protocol. When the PCI Express link goes idle, the link can transition to one of the two low-power states. These states save power when the link is idle, but require a recovery time to resynchronize the transmitter and receiver when data needs to be transmitted. The longer the recovery time (or latency), the lower the power usage. The most frequent implementation will be the low-power state with the shortest recovery time.
    "

    Desiderio Ondo || Engineer

    viernes, 30 de agosto de 2019 9:05
  • Hola JoseMendozap, "pvscsi" es un driver de VMware, así que la pregunta la deberías hacer en los foros de VMware

    Sólo buscando en la web aparecen muchos resultados sobre dicho driver

     


    Guillermo Delprato
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    El Blog de los paso a paso

    MCSE - MCSA2012
    MCITP: Enterprise Administrator / Server Administrator
    MCTS: Active Directory/Network Configuration/Applications Configuration/Server Virtualization/Windows 7 Configuration/Windows 7 & Office 2010 Deployment/Vista Configuration

    Este mensaje se proporciona "como está" sin garantías de ninguna clase. Usted asume todos los riesgos.

    martes, 3 de septiembre de 2019 20:12
    Moderador

Todas las respuestas

  • Hola, JoseMendozaP:
    Cada vez que el errorID 129 se sucede, puedes ver en el Visor de Sucesos el siguiente aviso:

    Log Name:          System
    Source:            storahci
    Event ID:          129
    Task Category:     None
    Level:             Warning
    Keywords:          Classic
    User:              N/A
    Description:     Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort0, was issued.

    ..Que hace referencia a un fallo en el funcionamiento RAID. Por fortuna, para el caso que nos ocupa la solución pasa por ajustar los parámetros de energía del sistema (EJECUTAR > POWERCFG.CPL > CAMBIAR CONF. del plan de energía actual > botón CONF. AVANZADA DE CONF. DE ENERGÍA > apartado PCI EXPRESS > apartado LINK STATE POWER MANAGEMENT > botón SETTING > cambiar valor de MODERATE a OFF.

    La explicación técnica detallada la formuló el compañero Kevil Holman desde su blog personal. Sus palabras exactas son:
    "
    CI Express has 'active-state' power management, which lowers power consumption when the bus is not active (that is, no data is being sent between components or peripherals). On a parallel interface such as PCI, no transitions occur on the interface until data needs to be sent.

    In contrast, high-speed serial interfaces such as PCI Express require that the interface be active at all times so that the transmitter and receiver can maintain synchronization. This is accomplished by continuously sending idle characters when there is no data to send. The receiver decodes and discards the idle characters. This process consumes additional power, which impacts battery life on portable and handheld computers.

    To address this issue, the PCI Express specification creates two low-power link states and the active-state power management (ASPM) protocol. When the PCI Express link goes idle, the link can transition to one of the two low-power states. These states save power when the link is idle, but require a recovery time to resynchronize the transmitter and receiver when data needs to be transmitted. The longer the recovery time (or latency), the lower the power usage. The most frequent implementation will be the low-power state with the shortest recovery time.
    "

    Desiderio Ondo || Engineer

    viernes, 30 de agosto de 2019 9:05
  • Thanks for your support.

    Make the changes that you indicate and I continue with the same problem, now the alerts are more followed.

    I hope you can help me

    lunes, 2 de septiembre de 2019 14:03
  • Hola JoseMendozap, "pvscsi" es un driver de VMware, así que la pregunta la deberías hacer en los foros de VMware

    Sólo buscando en la web aparecen muchos resultados sobre dicho driver

     


    Guillermo Delprato
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    El Blog de los paso a paso

    MCSE - MCSA2012
    MCITP: Enterprise Administrator / Server Administrator
    MCTS: Active Directory/Network Configuration/Applications Configuration/Server Virtualization/Windows 7 Configuration/Windows 7 & Office 2010 Deployment/Vista Configuration

    Este mensaje se proporciona "como está" sin garantías de ninguna clase. Usted asume todos los riesgos.

    martes, 3 de septiembre de 2019 20:12
    Moderador