After the SFW 5.1 SP2 installation, the Storage Agent fails to start. The Storage Agent uses a SCSI inquiry to get information from the disks, and in some cases, it is observed that Storage Agent crashes while releasing memory for the buffer passed to collect this information.
Storage agent service fails to start
Error 1067 Service terminated unexpectedly.
From the Vxisis log for SFW it is observed that the ddlprov.dll fails to load during startup of the service.
Error 0xc1000004 = dll/image file is missing, but the files do exist and are located in their proper location.
Aligned the buffer records on 16 byte boundaries. This ensures that the data structures passed down between native drivers and providers are in sync. Additionally, it also saves the effort of relying on data translation done by WOW64 when code is running on 32-bit emulation mode.
This issue has been identified and a private fix is available from Symantec Enterprise Technical Support. To obtain the private fix, contact Symantec Support and reference this TechNote during the call. A support representative will be available to assist in troubleshooting this issue. If it is determined that the private fix addresses the problem, the support representative will further assist in obtaining the private fix. For a complete list of Symantec Enterprise Technical Support contact numbers, go to http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=home
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