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Tomek_1
Advisor

GSP messages

Hi
My Live VFP shows:
processor legacy PA HEX chassis-code F01F
processor display_activity() update 1F00

Where can i find what does it mean?

Best Regards
Tom
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Steve Steel
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP messages

Hi

I do not think anyone but HP hardware has these

If you get such a message of a chassis-code ask HP to check your Hardware.

Steve Steel
If you want truly to understand something, try to change it. (Kurt Lewin)
Stefan Stechemesser
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP messages

Hi Tom,

this is an absolute normal heartbeat chassis code, generated every ~ 5 sec. by the operating system. "legacy PA HEX chassis-code F01F" means you have one CPU (3rd digit) and a load level of "0" (2nd digit, length of run queue, the server is idle).
A F in the first and fourth digits indicates the system is running normally. An exeption would be if the run queue digit displays "A" (f.e. FA1F) which means the server is overloaded and probably hanging.

Best regards

Stefan


Tomek_1
Advisor

Re: GSP messages

Thanks for help
How can i turn off.
The Attention LED in the front of box server is blinking when this codes apears

Rgds
Denver Osborn
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP messages

to turn off the attention light you need to read the server logs.

use the SL command from the gsp and select E for error logs. Reading the logs will turn off the attention light. If you don't understand what the errors logged indicate, you may want to search the ITRC or contact HP for support.

-Denver
Sanjay_6
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP messages

Hi Tom,

The fault / attn led blinks when there is new log in the system GSP log. To turn the attn led off, just access the GSP log and come out. That will turn the led off.

Try this,

//Quote//
The FAULT LED is cleared the same way that the ATTENTION LED is cleared.

Type CTRL b on the system console to enter GSP (Guardian Service Processor) mode.

Access the GSP "error" log using the GSP "SL" command.

Select "e".

If the FAULT LED is still "ON", try accessing the remaining GSL logs
Incoming, Activity, Current boot, Last boot or the console history log using
the "CL" command. You do not have to display all log entries, simply accessing
the logs and displaying one entry is sufficient to clear the LED indicator.

Use co from the GSP> to return to console mode.

NOTE: This doesn't actually clear the GSP log files - it simply clears the LED indicator. The GSP logs are held in a buffer. When the buffer is full, the oldest logs are truncated. There is no way to "clear" the logs, but it shouldn't be necessary.

//EndQuote//

Hope this helps.

Regds