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FAULT LED ON L3000 ?

 
Joseph Devai
Occasional Visitor

FAULT LED ON L3000 ?

Anyone know why my customer's L3000 is showing the fault LED lit when the system appears to be working OK? I haven't found anything on the system to show why this LED is on.

Thanks,

Emma

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Bernhard Mueller
Honored Contributor

Re: FAULT LED ON L3000 ?

Emma,

once it has been lit, it will remain lit as long as you do not take a look a the GSP logs.

So access the (lan/web) console, hit Ctrl-B,
at GSP prompt enter sl (show logs), enter e (errors), enter n (no filter)
enter q-Return (to quit log display)

then enter vfp (virtual front panel) to check the led status

Regards,
Bernhard
Saurav_1
Valued Contributor

Re: FAULT LED ON L3000 ?

Hi,

Chek the GSP log for the errors.SL is the command, E for errors, N for no filter. Chek all alerts. Once U finish off. Alert LED must go off. Check the ts99 file output in /var/tombstones & attach to your reply.

Saurav
Tobias Hartlieb
Trusted Contributor

Re: FAULT LED ON L3000 ?

Hi, d
o you mean the Fault LED or the Attention LED?

Attention LED goes off upon reading Error logs in GSP (GSP>SL => E ...).
Fault LED indicates soemthing like "unexpected" reboot occurred, i.e. system crashed or paniced or something like this.
You might check if
'grep -i time /var/tombstones/ts99'
gives some recent timestamp. Otherwise, you might check if at '/var/adm/crash' theer is a recent directory called 'crash.?'...

Again, some hints might also be found in the GSP logs (GSP>SL>E ..).

By the way, the FAULT LED will lit off when a proper reboot occurred...

Regards.

Tobias
Suresh Patoria
Super Advisor

Re: FAULT LED ON L3000 ?

Hi,

Login into GSP prompt

Read the error and logs in GSP

type the SL command then press E

Thanx