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Paul Sperry
Honored Contributor

pat_set_hardfail_enable

Anyone have an idea what is causing the pat_psm error below which is in the syslog.log.
It's is a L1000, 11.11, 64Bit
(yes I have a server called moron)

Jan 2 14:25:06 moron inetd[536]: Configuration complete
Jan 2 14:28:10 moron pwgrd: Started at Thu Jan 2 14:28:10 2003, pid = 944
Jan 2 14:28:10 moron vmunix:
Jan 2 14:28:10 moron vmunix: Line 4921 in /ux/core/kern/common/io/pat_psm.c: pat_set_hardfail_enable - status -13
Jan 2 14:28:15 moron diagmond[999]: started
Jan 2 14:28:16 moron /usr/sbin/envd[1002]: restart, and read the configuration file
Jan 2 14:28:11 moron vmunix:
Jan 2 14:28:22 moron above message repeats 7 times
Jan 2 16:28:22 moron krsd[1089]: Delay time is 300 seconds
Jan 2 14:28:11 moron vmunix: Line 4921 in /ux/core/kern/common/io/pat_psm.c: pat_set_hardfail_enable - status -13
Jan 2 14:29:11 moron above message repeats 7 times
Jan 2 14:29:10 moron vmunix:
Jan 2 14:29:10 moron vmunix: Line 4921 in /ux/core/kern/common/io/pat_psm.c: pat_set_hardfail_enable - status -13
Jan 2 14:35:05 moron vmunix: Line 4921 in /ux/core/kern/common/io/pat_psm.c: pat_set_hardfail_enable - status -13
Jan 2 14:44:56 moron above message repeats 63 times
2 REPLIES
erics_1
Honored Contributor

Re: pat_set_hardfail_enable

Paul,

You need to install firmware patch PHSS_25105 which should take care of these messages.

Best Regards,
Eric
Paul Sperry
Honored Contributor

Re: pat_set_hardfail_enable

sorry for not getting back to this.
I have PHSS_25685 and was still getting this error. Yesterday I changed out the system board and the errors have gone away so far :)

Warning: 02/01/24 - This Non-Critical Warning has been issued by HP.

- PHSS_25105 fails to update the system firmware correctly
when installed. The /usr/conf/L1000srvrflash utility
provided in the patch is corrupt, which results in the
following error during the system reboot when the patch
is installed:

ISL booting hpux srvrflash
Boot
: disk(0/0/1/1.2.0.0.0.0.0;0)srvrflash
Exec failed: Exec format error

- The behavior is corrected in PHSS_25685, which is released.
- Since the behavior does not have a negative effect on the
system, it simply does not update the system firmware,
it is not necessary to remove PHSS_25105 from systems on
which it is installed. HP recommends using PHSS_25685
instead of PHSS_25105 to update the system firmware on
L1000 and L2000 systems.