Error Codes for Microsoft iSNS Server

This article lists the various error codes that may be returned by the Microsoft iSNS server and what each error code means.

Option Not Understood (status code 13)

  • This error code will be returned if there are undefined bits set in the Flags field of the iSNS Message Header.

Message Format Error (status code 2)

  • PDU Length field of the iSNS Message Header indicates more Payload data than actually received.

  • Length field of an iSNS attribute indicates data length that overflows past the end of the PDU Payload.

  • An EID (Entity Identifier) was found in the Operating Attributes for a DevAttrReg request with the Replace flag clear (i.e. an Update registration).

  • A Message Key attribute was found in a DevDereg request.

  • The Length field of an attribute being registered is not a multiple of 4.

  • There are no Operating Attributes in a registration request.

  • Non-key attribute is specified without the corresponding preceding Key attribute(s).

  • Source Attribute is not iSCSI Name.

  • Too many attributes are specified in the Message Key for DevGetNext.

  • No Operating Attribute was specified in an SCNReg request.

  • Operating Attribute(s) were specified in an SCNDereg request.

  • Message Key for SCNDereg is not iSCSI Name.

 

Message (FUNCTION_ID) Not Supported (status code 15)

  • The message specified is not supported by the server.

Invalid Registration (status code 3)

  • NULL EID was specified as the Message Key for a DevAttrReg request.

  • Too many attributes are specified in the Message Key for DevAttrReg.

  • A non-EID object was specified as the Message Key for DevAttrReg, but that object was not found in the database (new objects must be registered by updating an existing Entity).

  • PG (Portal Group) attributes were specified in a DevAttrReg request, without a preceding Portal or iSCSI Name object.

  • An unknown object was specified in a DevAttrReg request.

  • An attribute that may not be explicitly registered was specified in a DevAttrReg request.

  • A zero-length attribute was specified in the Operating Attributes in a DevAttrReg request (exceptions are zero-length EID or PG Tag, which are legal).

  • More than one EID was specified in a DevAttrReg request.

  • EID, if specified, was not the first attribute specified in the Operating Attributes in a DevAttrReg request.

  • A Portal IP Address attribute was specified without the corresponding Portal Port attribute in a DevAttrReg request.

  • The same object was specified more than once in a DevAttrReg request.

  • An object being registered in one Entity in a DevAttrReg request already exists in another Entity.

  • A new Entity is attempted to be created in a DevAttrReg request but that Entity does not contain at least one Portal or Node object.

 

Invalid Update (status code 14)

  • An EID object is being added to an existing Entity in a DevAttrReg request.

  • An object specified in a DevAttrReg request to update an Entity already exists in another Entity.

 

Internal Error (status code 11)

  • A memory allocation error or other error occurred internal to the server.

 

Invalid Deregistration (status code 22)

  • An attribute not valid for DevDereg was specified in the OperatingAttributes.

 

No Such Entry (status code 9)

  • The Message Key specified in a DevGetNext request matches the last instance of that object in the database (no next object exists).

  • The object matching the Message Key of a DevAttrQry request was not found in the database (the object does not exist or is not registered).

 

Invalid Query (status code 5)

  • All attributes specified in the Key Attributes in a DevAttrQry request are not of the same object type.

  • An attribute not valid for DevAttrQry was specified in the Key Attributes.

  • An attribute not valid for DevGetNext was specified in the Key Attributes.

 

SCN Registration Rejected (status code 17)

  • The Message Key specified in an SCNReg request is not an iSCSI Name.

  • The iSCSI Name specified in the Message Key of an SCNReg request does not exist or is not registered.

  • The Operating Attribute specified in an SCNReg request is not an iSCSI SCN Bitmap. Introduction (Introduction Header)

 

 

 

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