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Barbara Kramer
Frequent Advisor

attn LED on my L1000

Hi, the attn LED on my HP L1000 is on.

can anyone tell me what to do??

Thanks Barbara

PS: all systemlogs don't show errors
live is great !!
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malvin drakley
Esteemed Contributor
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Re: attn LED on my L1000

Hi Barbara, do you mean that the light is flashing?.
There is a way to reset the light by going into the gsp. You type "CTRL+b" and then press return twice. This logs you into the GSP
Then type "sl"
Then type "e"
Then type "n"
Then type "q"
Then type "co"
Hopefully your attention light will be out and you will be back in console mode
hope this helps
malvin
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Barbara Kramer
Frequent Advisor

Re: attn LED on my L1000

Hi Malvin,
thanks for answering and telling me how to reset my light. Yet, why is it flashing to begin with??

Should I worry??
Thanks Barbara

live is great !!
malvin drakley
Esteemed Contributor

Re: attn LED on my L1000

Hi Barbara, all it means is you have had a message of some sort go into your system log. It might be just an information or it might be more serious. When you do the "sl" for show logs and then pick out the error messages with the "e" you can look to see the severity of the attention. It could be something like that the power had been disconnected
cheers
malvin
Not me Chief, I'm Radar
Barbara Kramer
Frequent Advisor

Re: attn LED on my L1000

Hello Malvin,

I had overlooked an interrupped comming from a cisco. That must have been the cause.

I gbsed the commands you have send and all is well again.

Thanks a mill

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Keith Bevan_1
Trusted Contributor

Re: attn LED on my L1000

Barbara,

Following the resolution to yor Attention light posting, you may want to read more literature pertaining to the GSP.

Below is a useful link containing information on setting up the GSP. You may not require it now, but it may be useful in the future should you ever need setup information following a GSP reset.

http://docs.hp.com/cgi-bin/otsearch/getfile?id=/hpux/onlinedocs/hw/class_a/a400/content/00/02/QK/idd/23.html&searchterms=GSP&queryid=20020106-221533

Keith
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