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Probably hardware error

 
Peter Day_2
Occasional Advisor

Probably hardware error

Guys,
I am getting several of FLT error codes when I trying doing a 'SEA'rch from the Boot Main Menu.

These are as follows -

FLT BUS 5108, 5408, 5208
FLT TRAPS CBF0, CBF1, CBFC

This system is a K460, which we use for trash an burn....guess I've really burnt it this time!.

Any help would be very helpful.

Thanks,
Pete
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Robert-Jan Goossens
Honored Contributor

Re: Probably hardware error

Hi Peter,

FLT CBF0 HPMC handling initiated

FLT CBF1 OS did not replace PDC IVA

FLT CBFC Branch to OS HPMC failed

If you have some kind of hardware support I would call HP.

Hope this helps,
Robert-Jan
Ravi_8
Honored Contributor

Re: Probably hardware error

Hi Pete

I would log call with HP in such errors on my machines
never give up
Peter Day_2
Occasional Advisor

Re: Probably hardware error

Robert-Jan,
I wish we did have a support contract for this server.

Is this something that I may be able to rectify.

We do have several other servers that I can canabalise.

Regards,
Pete
Scot Bean
Honored Contributor

Re: Probably hardware error

Is there any more info on the HPMC from the SERvice menu?

Go there and use the PIM command to see if any more detail is available.

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Brute force: remove / swap hard drives, IO cards to see if you can make the problem go away. Since it happens during SEArch cmds. it my be IO-related.
Tim Sanko
Trusted Contributor

Re: Probably hardware error

Hope you put out the flames...
Joshua Scott
Honored Contributor

Re: Probably hardware error

FLT 5108 = Processor Memory Bus Broad Fault, Slot #1, Bus #0

FLT 5408 = Same, but Slot #4.

FLT 5208 = Same, but Slot #2.

Have you made any hardware changes since last bootup? (even reseating/replacing parts)

Josh

P.S. Yes, Help should be helpful ;)
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