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Robin King_1
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K370 boot problems

I had some problems with one of the boxes this morning. It got "caught" whilst booting.
There were some fault messages on the LCD regarding CPU, Memory and Bus. I hard booted the system and it came up fine.

Is there anywhere in the system that the LCD messages are stored? I want to investigate the problem, but can't do that without the errors.
I've checked the usual logs, but can't find anything.

Thanks

R
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Stefan Farrelly
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Re: K370 boot problems

Im afraid there is nowhere the LCD messages are stored on a K class, you have to catch them as they happen. I would log a call with HP, and get an engineer to come when its convenient for some downtime and run some full diags on your server in an attempt to find any problems.
Im from Palmerston North, New Zealand, but somehow ended up in London...
Robin King_1
Regular Advisor

Re: K370 boot problems

Thanks Stefan, I'll do that.
Thayanidhi
Honored Contributor

Re: K370 boot problems

Hi,

The LCD code are stored in the system itself. It connot be seen after booting.
While booting if you interrupt auto booting and go to PDC> menu.
From Main menu go to service menu. ChassisCodes - to see them.
You can see only last 50 codes.

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