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HP UX L2000 Unexpected reboot

 
Roberto Alberti
Occasional Advisor

HP UX L2000 Unexpected reboot

We have two Hp L2000 clustered units.
The first unit rebooted during non-business hours. The syslog.log doesn't help us : just shows the time of reboot. The GPS error logs shows this message:

Log Entry # 0 :
SYSTEM NAME: l2000up
DATE: 03/12/2004 TIME: 05:23:26
ALERT LEVEL: 3 = System blocked waiting for operator input

SOURCE: 1 = processor
SOURCE DETAIL: 1 = processor general SOURCE ID: 0
PROBLEM DETAIL: 0 = no problem detail

CALLER ACTIVITY: E = system warning STATUS: 0
CALLER SUBACTIVITY: F0 = implementation dependent
REPORTING ENTITY TYPE: E = HP-UX REPORTING ENTITY ID: 00

0xF8E000301100EF00 00000000 0000EF00 type 31 = legacy PA HEX chassis-code
0x58E008301100EF00 00006802 0C05171A type 11 = Timestamp 03/12/2004 05:23:26
Type CR for next entry, Q CR to quit.

I've read the document attached ( thanks to S.K. Chan) but really I can't understand what's happened.
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The Real MD
Valued Contributor

Re: HP UX L2000 Unexpected reboot

The only thing I can think of is to see if produced a core dump. If so get it analysed by HP.

Regards

Martin.
Scot Bean
Honored Contributor

Re: HP UX L2000 Unexpected reboot

Note that the cluster software (are you using Service Guard?) can force your machine to reboot or "TOC" if it has a problem with the cluster.

I would look into that angle.
Phil_96
Occasional Visitor

Re: HP UX L2000 Unexpected reboot

It looks like to me the problem is pointing directly to the CPU #0... SOURCE: 1 = processor... SOURCE ID: 0... You may want to run diags on the cpu, but I am pretty sure that is the issue here...

Hope this helps
Eslam Kamal
Occasional Advisor

Re: HP UX L2000 Unexpected reboot

It seams this problem from Processor

From the Boot Console Main Menu

Execute (in) command then (pr) command and it will report what processor is not functioning corectlly