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yurika
Occasional Advisor

failing at self-test at boot

I am trying to install HPUX 11iv1 on a 9000,
Below is a *sample* error that I am getting:
with the Source Detail:6 = disk, SourceID = 0 being correct.

Does anyone have any idea what it means?
Thank you in Advance

SYSTEM NAME: gsphppa
DATE: 01/07/2002 TIME: 02:24:50
ALERT LEVEL: 6 = Boot possible, pending failure - action required



REASON FOR ALERT
SOURCE: 8 = I/O
SOURCE DETAIL: 6 = disk SOURCE ID: 0
PROBLEM DETAIL: 0 = no problem detail

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

0x00000060860010C0 00000000 00000000 - type 0 = Data Field Unused
0x58000860860010C0 00006600 07021832 - type 11 = Timestamp 01/07/2002 02:24:50
A: ack read of this entry - X: Disable all future alert messages
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Robert-Jan Goossens_1
Honored Contributor

Re: failing at self-test at boot

Hi Yudi,

What kind of a system is it ?

Robert-Jan
yurika
Occasional Advisor

Re: failing at self-test at boot

hello,
It is a L2000 -
Thank you.
Florian Heigl (new acc)
Honored Contributor

Re: failing at self-test at boot

If I remember it correctly, the system crashed while the 'relocating PDC' part, but I'm not sure anymore. I got it a few weeks ago on a L or N class and got it resolved, but *shame* did not take notes at that time.

Pleae try a RS from the GSP and try booting vmunix.prev - I hope that this does the trick.
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baiju_3
Esteemed Contributor

Re: failing at self-test at boot

I have seen this message ,

If you reset the sustem with RS system will boot again .

These seems to be warning , go and see the chasis log ,error log from GSP , it should be okay then .

Regds,
BL.
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Peter Godron
Honored Contributor

Re: failing at self-test at boot

Yudi,
have a look at the Timestamp, it's 2002 !!
I assume the machine has not been rebooted for some time.

If you type X to disable any future alert messages the boot should continue.
It is probably worthwhile going into GSP via CTRL+b,clear the error log and then co back.
This will then make any future error search a lot easier.

Hope this solves the problem.
yurika
Occasional Advisor

Re: failing at self-test at boot

I believe that the problem is a bad disk -