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GSP: yellow att LED was flashing

 
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Tom Ferdinand
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GSP: yellow att LED was flashing

Following was found in logs of the GSP:
System NAME: uninitialized
DATE: 11/03/2003 TIME: 23:40:10
ALERT LEVEL:10 = Boot possible, functionality lost

SOURCE: 3 = PDH
SOURCE DETAIL: 6 = interconnect medium SOURCE ID : 0
PROBLEM DETAIL : 3 = non-responding, may need GSP reset

CALLER ACTIVITY: 2 = operation STATUS: 0
CALLER SUBACTIVITY: 02 = platform internal interconnect
REPORTING ENTITY TYPE: 1 = service processor REPORTING ENTITY ID: 00

0x581008A336002020 0000670A 0317280A type 11 = Timestamp 11/03/2003 23:40:10


Can anyone tell me what this problem means, or where I can find this?
Best regards,
Tom
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Tobias Hartlieb
Trusted Contributor
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Re: GSP: yellow att LED was flashing

Hi Tom,

this means basically, that the GSP was non responding briefly. No reason of concern, this happens from time to time. A new version of GSP FW might improve the situation. What Version of GSP do you have?
(on Console, press Ctrl-B to access GSP mode, on GSP-prompt, type 'he' for help: the top line shows GSP Revision)

Regards.

Tobias

Tom Ferdinand
Occasional Visitor

Re: GSP: yellow att LED was flashing

Hi,
Tnx for answering me.
Hardware revision 8 Firmware revision A.01.09 Mar 20 2000
I think this is an old one?
Best regards,
Tom
Tobias Hartlieb
Trusted Contributor

Re: GSP: yellow att LED was flashing

Hi,

update GSP to FW A.01.12 (check ITRC => patches => firmware => PF_CPREGSPA0112).

Furthermore, it might add additional confidence to update OnlineDiag to a recent version.

Regards.

Tobias
Tom Ferdinand
Occasional Visitor

Re: GSP: yellow att LED was flashing

Tnx,
I will contact our supplier and tell him to perform this FW upgrade.
Best regards,
Tom