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william_161
Advisor

N-class boot error

Hi there

I've recently having boot error on my N-class server. The error is

Alert level 4 = unexpected configuration change detected
Source 8 = I/O
Source Detail: 3 = Local bus adapter source id: F
Problem Detail: 3 = function failure

Caller Activity: 2 = Config status: 3
Caller Subactivity: 04 = Implementation dependent
Reporting Entity Type: 0 = System firmware reporting Entity id : 01

0x2000104383FF2043 000202FF FF0CFF83 type 4 = physical location
0x5800184383FF2043 00006A01 070C2635 type 11 = timestamp 02/07/2006

I've did a diag on the cards that was attached to the I/O slots and they all work fine..

Would be gratefull if you guys can tell me whats those errors means.. And thanks in advanced

will
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Mark Nieuwboer
Esteemed Contributor

Re: N-class boot error

Hi Will,

Can you also give the error log of your gsp.
This is not enough to say whats wrong.
Also can you do an ioscan and give the output.
Futher more are your disk ok.

grtz. Mark
F Verschuren
Esteemed Contributor

Re: N-class boot error

Is the system running fine after the boot?
Ore does it not pass this error?

PLease log on to the console
^B
SL


shridhar_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: N-class boot error

hi


may be a io slot problem
check ioscan for disks and controllers

its a hw call. contact hp


shri
william_161
Advisor

Re: N-class boot error

I can boot up to hp-ux and all the disk/cards works fine.. just getting those errors for some reason.. Also did a system diagnostic on stm and they all seem fine
Mark Nieuwboer
Esteemed Contributor

Re: N-class boot error

William,

With the information you provided i can do nothing.
It has something to do with a hardware device on bus 0x20. and it can be a problem with to old firmware.
but more then that i can't say.

grtz. Mark
william_161
Advisor

Re: N-class boot error

Here is another error log on my GSP
There is only these two errors that on my GSP.. But they both almost look the same and says something wrong with the I/O,Configuration and Firmware

Alert level 6 = Boot possible, pending failure - action required
Source 8 = I/O
Source Detail: = Local bus adapter source id: FF
Problem Detail: 6 = congifuration error

Caller Activity: 2 = Config status: 4
Caller Subactivity: 16 = Implementation dependent
Reporting Entity Type: 0 = System firmware reporting Entity id : 01

0x2000106683FF2164 000202FF FF0CFF83 type 4 = physical location
0x5800186683FF2164 00006700 1753027 type 11 = timestamp 03/02/2006
Mark Nieuwboer
Esteemed Contributor

Re: N-class boot error

Hi William,

From what i found and read your PDC (Processor Dependent Code) have to be upgraded.
You must install patch PHSS_30724.
See link.
After the install your problem should be gone.
http://www5.itrc.hp.com/service/patch/patchDetail.do?BC=patch.breadcrumb.main|patch.breadcrumb.search|&patchid=PHSS_30724&context=firmware:osinit

grtz. Mark
william_161
Advisor

Re: N-class boot error

Just reseat the cards and error wont show up again... Was on a much ealier theard that i looked at..