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Carl E. Kobler_1
Occasional Visitor

hp 9000 server message

I have a customer that has a k class 900 420 server that the only message that he gets is " Proceeding to DC Power " when he turns the machine on. Any help would be appreciated.
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Naveej.K.A
Honored Contributor

Re: hp 9000 server message

hi,

Its time to call your HP support engineer.

Its a hardware problem, probably have a damaged processor, processor board or a power supply.

Can you post the detailed error message which you see on the console

with best wishes
Naveej
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Shaikh Imran
Honored Contributor

Re: hp 9000 server message

Hi,
some Front PAnel Error Code Meanings for K class FYR.
» 0 Reserved (not used)
» 1
Interrupts
Selftests, Diagnostics
Boot Codes
» 2 Cache (selftests and diagnostics)
» 3 Processor Dependent Hardware (PDH)
» 4 Late Selftests
» 5 Bus Transactions
» 6 Reserved
» 7 Memory Subsystem Faults and PDCE_HPMC Memory Faults
» 8 I/O Device Faults (K-Class/D-Class)
» 9 Console Initialization Errors
» A Boot Device Initialization Errors
» B Operating System Panic (OS)
» C
System Initialization
HP-UX ISL Boot Codes
HP-UX System Initialization Codes
» D Shutdown Codes (OS)
» E Warning Codes (OS) (not used)
» F Run Codes (OS)

Please check a
I'll sleep when i am dead.
Shaikh Imran
Honored Contributor

Re: hp 9000 server message

Hi,
SORRY THE ABOVE DOES NOT LOKK GOOD USE THIS:

some Front PAnel Error Code Meanings for K class FYR.
0 Reserved (not used)
1
Interrupts
Selftests, Diagnostics
Boot Codes
2 Cache (selftests and diagnostics)
3 Processor Dependent Hardware (PDH)
4 Late Selftests
5 Bus Transactions
6 Reserved
7 Memory Subsystem Faults and PDCE_HPMC Memory Faults
8 I/O Device Faults (K-Class/D-Class)
9 Console Initialization Errors
A Boot Device Initialization Errors
B Operating System Panic (OS)
C
System Initialization
HP-UX ISL Boot Codes
HP-UX System Initialization Codes
D Shutdown Codes (OS)
E Warning Codes (OS) (not used)
F Run Codes (OS)
Please check above error codes in you system
Regards
I'll sleep when i am dead.
Tonya Underwood
Regular Advisor

Re: hp 9000 server message

Often I have found that this message indicates bad seating of a CPU or bad CPU... could also be Power Supply, Core I/O or System Board. Many possibilities.

I would first try pulling CPU's and blowing out the connectors (possible dust)... then reseat.

Thanks,
Tonya Underwood
HDgio
Regular Advisor

Re: hp 9000 server message

Dear Carl
I have the same problem on a K220 when I turno off the server.
I resolve him/it unthreading the CPUs and inserting again her.
It tries so, me the problem I associate it to the power.
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