Jump to content
SNS Users' Forums
  • Announcements

    • Eric Newbauer

      Follow SNS on Twitter!

      Get notifications via Twitter! Looking for instant updates? We're now also announcing new versions and beta programs via Twitter. Follow Studio Network Solutions on Twitter. Thanks!
ewwhite

globalSAN does not mount drives under OS X 10.8.2

Recommended Posts

Same problem here:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina (Mid 2012)

2,6GHz i7

8GB

512SSD

OSX 10.8.2 (12C3103)

Update from AppStore

Edit: BetaClient works great!

Almost the exact same device -- Beta client worked for me too.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Beta client had a random disconnect here with my Synology unit. Just dropped the connection... May have to look at purchasing the more expensive XTend initiator. Seems to have more active development.

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

1/31/13 6:57:30.000 AM kernel[0]: SNSSAM Warning: Unable to initialize bypassed DMA command. Mapped DMA initialized with result (1)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

With Beta my LUN shows up in diskutil.

Afte Partitioning there are 2 Partitions and they doesnt work.

cant activate them. and no information about space etc.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

i have a Macbook Pro 15r running 10.8 and connect connect to Synology Lun via disk utility. The Global San Software see the LUN and connects with CHAP, but when I go to disk utility nothing shows up. The connections are persistent so I dont know whats happening.

Also running Parallels on same MBPr but it is not running while this happens.

Any ideas?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I just discovered that I have the same issue:

Feb 8 12:00:18 imac27 kernel[0]: IBMDiskArrayController5::probe fails

Feb 8 12:00:18 imac27 kernel[0]: EMCDiskArrayController5::probe fails

iMac 27 (2011)

QNAP TS-459 Pro II

globalSAN v5.1.0.336

OSX 10.8.2

I guess this issues is the reason, why the system take so much time for booting.

btw., it is a fresh install.

I will try out the beta and see if it solves the problem.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi,

Having the same issue, running OS X 10.8.2 on a Late 2012 iMac Intel Core i5 3.2Ghz. Identifier is iMac 13,2

I installed verison 5.1.0.400 which is the beta provided in the advisory.

Am able to connect to the Target, but no disk shows up in disk utility.

Also, once connected to the target I am unable to disconnect unless i reboot the machine.

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Add me to the list of frustrated users. Have just tried opening a ticket, been calling for the past day, sent a tweet, still nothing.

Running 10.8.2 on a Macbook Pro 15" i5. Target is coming from WS2012 HP Microserver. Tried the beta, technically connects but still goes under recovery and no disks show up in Disk Utility.

Is this going to be a forever fix? Because I'd like to actually use my iSCSI setup sooner rather then later and your lack of support, for which changing the price from free to paid seems to be for, lends me to think that ATTO's solution is going to be more reliable.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi bwrme,

While you were trying to contact us yesterday from Australia we were sound asleep here in the States! :)

This is a wholly different scenario from the original issue being discussed in this thread, but -

We've since replied to the support ticket you opened, and also wanted to reply here to say we've reproduced the symptom with Server 2012, and that our engineering team is looking into it.

Meanwhile, Windows Server 2008 R2 is a supported target.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.

×