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L1000 don't boot

 
HDgio
Regular Advisor

L1000 don't boot

Can help me:
On a boot appear:
************* SYSTEM ALERT **************
SYSTEM NAME: uninitialized
DATE: 05/19/2004 TIME: 15:24:11
ALERT LEVEL: 4 = Unexpected configuration change detected

REASON FOR ALERT
SOURCE: 8 = I/O
SOURCE DETAIL: 3 = local bus adapter SOURCE ID: FF
PROBLEM DETAIL: 3 = function failure

LEDs: RUN ATTENTION FAULT REMOTE POWER
FLASH FLASH OFF OFF ON
LED State: Running non-OS code. Non-critical error detected.
Check Chassis and Console Logs for error messages.

0x2000004383FF2093 000000FF FF0BFF83 - type 4 = Physical Location
0x5800084383FF2093 00006804 130F180B - type 11 = Timestamp 05/19/2004 15:24:11
A: ack read of this entry - X: Disable all future alert messages
Anything else skip redisplay the log entry
->Choice:x
*****************************************

CAUTION: System Alerts have been disabled. This will re-enable with
a re-boot or power-on of the system. To re-enable system alerts now, you
may use the AC (Alert Display Configuration) command.

************* SYSTEM ALERT **************
Alert messages are now disabled. Enter Commands Interface AC command to enable n
*****************************************



Firmware Version 40.26

Duplex Console IO Dependent Code (IODC) revision 1

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(c) Copyright 1995-1998, Hewlett-Packard Company, All rights reserved
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Processor Speed State CoProcessor State Cache Size
Number State Inst Data
--------- -------- --------------------- ----------------- ------------
0 440 MHz Active Functional 512 KB 1 MB
1 440 MHz Idle Functional 512 KB 1 MB
2 440 MHz Idle Functional 512 KB 1 MB
3 440 MHz Idle Functional 512 KB 1 MB

Central Bus Speed (in MHz) : 82
Available Memory : 4194304 KB
Good Memory Required : 19664 KB

Primary boot path: 0/0/1/1.2
Alternate boot path: 0/0/2/0.2
Console path: 0/0/4/0.0
Keyboard path: 0/0/4/0.0

WARNING: The non-destructive test bit was set, so memory was not tested
destructively. Information only, no action required.

WARNING: One or more io slots in the system are deconfigured.

WARNING: The system io configuration does not match the expected
io configuration. There may be missing or extra lower
bus converters. There could also be one or more lower
bus converters that are not configured as expected.



Processor is booting from first available device.

To discontinue, press any key within 10 seconds.

Boot terminated.


---- Main Menu ---------------------------------------------------------------

Command Description
------- -----------
BOot [PRI|ALT|] Boot from specified path
PAth [PRI|ALT] [] Display or modify a path
SEArch [DIsplay|IPL] [] Search for boot devices

COnfiguration menu Displays or sets boot values
INformation menu Displays hardware information
SERvice menu Displays service commands

DIsplay Redisplay the current menu
HElp [|] Display help for menu or command
RESET Restart the system
----
Main Menu: Enter command or menu > in

---- Information Menu --------------------------------------------------------

Command Description
------- -----------
ALL Display all system information
BootINfo Display boot-related information
CAche Display cache information
ChipRevisions Display revisions of major VLSI
COprocessor Display coprocessor information
FRU Display FRU information
FwrVersion Display firmware version
IO Display I/O interface information
LanAddress Display Core LAN station address
MEmory Display memory information
PRocessor Display processor information
WArnings Display selftest warning messages

BOot [PRI|ALT|] Boot from specified path
DIsplay Redisplay the current menu
HElp [] Display help for specified command
RESET Restart the system
MAin Return to Main Menu
----
Information Menu: Enter command > io

I/O MODULE INFORMATION

WARNING: One or more io slots in the system are deconfigured.

WARNING: The system io configuration does not match the expected
io configuration. There may be missing or extra lower
bus converters. There could also be one or more lower
bus converters that are not configured as expected.


Path Slot IODC
Type (dec) Number HVERSION SVERSION Vers
---- ----- ------ -------- -------- ----
System bus adapter 0 0x5820 0xb10 0x0
Local bus adapter 0/0 1 0x7820 0xa00 0x0
Local bus adapter 0/1 6 0x7820 0xa00 0x0
Local bus adapter 0/2 8 0x7820 0xa00 0x0
Local bus adapter 0/3 10 0x7820 0xa00 0x0
Local bus adapter 0/4 12 0x7820 0xa00 0x0
Local bus adapter 0/5 7 0x7820 0xa00 0x0

PCI DEVICE INFORMATION
Path Vendor Device Bus Slot
Description (dec) Id Id # #
----------- ----- ---- ---- --- ---
Ethernet cntlr 0/0/0/0 0x1011 0x19 0 1
SCSI bus cntlr 0/0/1/0 0x1000 0xb 0 1
SCSI bus cntlr 0/0/1/1 0x1000 0xb 0 1
SCSI bus cntlr 0/0/2/0 0x1000 0xf 0 1
SCSI bus cntlr 0/0/2/1 0x1000 0xf 0 1
Comp. ser cntlr 0/0/4/0 0x103c 0x1048 0 2
Comp. ser cntlr 0/0/5/0 0x103c 0x1048 0 2
SCSI bus cntlr 0/2/0/0 0x1000 0xf 16 8
Fibre channel 0/3/0/0 0x103c 0x1028 24 10
Ethernet cntlr 0/4/0/0/4/0 0x1011 0x9 33 12
Ethernet cntlr 0/4/0/0/5/0 0x1011 0x9 33 12
Ethernet cntlr 0/4/0/0/6/0 0x1011 0x9 33 12
Ethernet cntlr 0/4/0/0/7/0 0x1011 0x9 33 12
PCI-to-PCI bridge 0/4/0/0 0x1011 0x24 32 12
SCSI bus cntlr 0/5/0/0 0x1000 0xf 40 7

Information Menu: Enter command >


where is my fiber at path 0/6/0/0 and the Ethernet cntlr at path 0/7/0/0

thanks
5 REPLIES 5
malvin drakley
Esteemed Contributor

Re: L1000 don't boot

Hi There, looking at your listing it would appear as though the boards have been replaced in the wrong slots.
Your fibre should be in slot 9 but appears to be in slot 10 and your ether which should be in slot 11 appears to be in slot 12.
Has someone moved them both up one slot?

malvin
Not me Chief, I'm Radar
HDgio
Regular Advisor

Re: L1000 don't boot

No, I have only rebooted my system
malvin drakley
Esteemed Contributor

Re: L1000 don't boot

Thanks for the quick response, where did you get your new paths from?
as a suggestion you could actually power the m/c off, remove the power cables completely and after a few seconds plug them back in again then do another boot and see if you still get the errors
malvin
Not me Chief, I'm Radar
Tonya Underwood
Regular Advisor

Re: L1000 don't boot

It actually looks like you have hardware failure. You may want to replace both of those cards. If that does not resolve issue, then PCI Backplane.

Thanks,
Tonya Underwood
HDgio
Regular Advisor

Re: L1000 don't boot

Hello friends
scuse me bu I have had difficulty with the access to ITRC.
The problem has been resolved and it was tied up to the turning off of two of the three power .
With an only power the server continuous to work but it stops the scan of the peripheral PCI ones reached the maximum of power dissipabile.
The messages given on GSP didn't give evidence good of it or it was too much stupid as possibility
by and thanks to all