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OS not booting showing Red Amber Light

Mahamudul Hassan
Frequent Advisor

OS not booting showing Red Amber Light

Hi,
Its a rp4440 server. Tried to boot from both Primary and Alternate Path but failed. Its showing red amber light. Two disk here. both disk led is green. collected MP logs.

Thanks,
M.Hassan
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: OS not booting showing Red Amber Light

>> collected MP logs.


And now?
Attach?

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Mahamudul Hassan
Frequent Advisor

Re: OS not booting showing Red Amber Light

Please find the attachment here. Reply soon.

Thanks
M.Hassan

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: OS not booting showing Red Amber Light

I'm bad in reading hex :-)

But maybe you just have bad boot pathes configured for any reason.

Please post from BCH:

Main Menu: Enter command or menu > in all

Main Menu: Enter command or menu > sea

Hope this helps!
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cnb
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Re: OS not booting showing Red Amber Light

Yes, fix your boot paths...

Level 7 fatal is due to the boot paths:

# slview -v -x 0x6080108000E00290 FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Event ID 4224:
Alert Level 3: Warning
Keyword: BOOT_INIT_PRI_PATH_FAILED
BOOT_INIT_PRI_PATH_FAILED
Logged by: System Firmware cabinet 0, slot 0, cpu 0 Logged by:
Data: 0x6080108000e00290 0xffffffffffffffff
Cause/Action : No information available.

# slview -v -x 0xE98010B500E002B0 4C53495061655341
Event ID 4277:
Alert Level 7: Fatal
Keyword: BOOT_NO_BOOT_SELECTION
BOOT_NO_BOOT_SELECTION
Logged by: System Firmware cabinet 0, slot 0, cpu 0 Logged by:
Data: 0xe98010b500e002b0 0x4c53495061655341
Cause/Action : No information available.


Besides the boot path issues, the system has logged critical temperature issues:

# slview -v -x 0x204BC5C835020210 23235701D7010300
Triplet 10157:
Alert Level 3: Warning
Keyword: TEMPERATURE_HIGH_WARNING
A temperature inside the server went outside the factory specified range.
Logged by: Baseboard Management Controller
Data: 0x204bc5c835020210 0x23235701d7010300
Wed Apr 14 13:50:45 2010
Generator: Baseboard Management Controller
Sensor Type: Temperature
Sensor Number: 215
Cause: The temperature inside the server has gone outside the factory specified range for normal operation. You should quit applicat
ions and power down the server to protect its hardware from damage. This event may indicate one of the following conditions: A faile
d fan, blocked air vents or poor ventilation around the server, open server chassis cover, or missing drive slot covers, high temper
ature in the room where the server resides, an unusually hot hardware component located near one of the server's temperature sensors
.
Action: You should quit applications and shutdown the system. Find cause of temperature anomaly and fix it.

The system environment is reporting outside of normal operating temperatures.

Post the BCH command results that Torsten suggested above.

Rgds,

stephen peng
Valued Contributor

Re: OS not booting showing Red Amber Light

Hassan,
Main Menu: Enter command or menu > path

Main Menu: Enter command or menu > sea

if the boot path were different from sea's output, you should have met bad boot path configured.

regards