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L2000 boot problem

How to fix boot problem?

Source: 8 = I/O
Source detail: 2 = system bus adapter Source ID:7
Problem detail: 3 function failure.

Is this a hardware problem?

Boot process is showing
unknown, no source stated machine check 0641 and 0640
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Robert-Jan Goossens
Honored Contributor
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Re: L2000 boot problem

Paul,

Could you post the last gsp system error log ?

From your console hit

Ctrl-B
enter(for name-just hit enter)
enter(password-just hit enter)
sl(for show logs)
e(for error logs)
n(for no filters)

Robert-Jan
Adisuria Wangsadinata_1
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Re: L2000 boot problem

Hi Paul,

If your machine can go until BCH mode, you can capture the PIM info and refer this information when you log a call to HP.

Looks like the I/O is the problem (could be : the system board, the I/O device eg. SCSI card).

I refer you to log a call with HP for this issue. You can also capture the information as per Robert-Jan refer to you.

Hope this information can help.

Cheers,
AW
now working, next not working ... that's unix
AwadheshPandey
Honored Contributor

Re: L2000 boot problem

This is Time to Call HP for Hardware Support, One of IO Card Failure is Possible.

Regards,

Awadhesh
It's kind of fun to do the impossible

Re: L2000 boot problem

Thanks for your response.

I did contact HP and send them my logs which I captured from GSP. As you already indicated,
HP support wrote me an e-mail back assuming ether system board or GSP board is defective.

This forum is great!

Now, I am going to call HP engineer again to discuss the further steps. Or a HP service technician would have to come out and replace one of the defective boards.