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An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus parity error

 
Akbarmoazam
Advisor

An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus parity error

Dear,
I face with critical error in rx3600 server,in HP-UX 11.31
This server priodically reboot and when i search in event logs I face with these event ides:

You can see logs in event on sam browser in the attachment.
Would you please help me about solving this problem.
Best Regards,
Akbar
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus parity error

PCI parity error detected. - could be a bad HBA or even a bad system board. Consider to call HP for help.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Sameer_Nirmal
Honored Contributor

Re: An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus parity error

The PCI IO bus parity error could be caused by a bad PCI/X card in a slot and/or with the associated LBA on the I/O board. The physical location is given in the event log. Contact HP support along with the output of the following command. You may post the output here if you want but for immediate response contact your local HP support.

# evweb logviewer -E -r -i 3401


Akbarmoazam
Advisor

Re: An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus parity error

Dear,
Output of thi command is:
ebs1:/root $evweb logviewer -E -r -i 3401


Low Level Log Details
=====================
Log Id : 3401
Log Index : 0
Log Source : fpl
Log Type : fpl.e0
Log Version : 1
Device Id :
Device Type : System Hardware
Hardware Physical : 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0
Time of occurence : Tue Feb 23 2010 13:01:07
Buffer
0000000 7001 e000 6902 8064 83ff 4ff ffff ffff
0000010
ebs1:/root $

Is there Hardware problem on this system or software problem?

Best Regards,
Akbar
Akbarmoazam
Advisor

Re: An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus parity error

Hi,
Any boady is there,We are argent problem in Here,
Best Regards,
Akbar.
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus parity error

>We are urgent problem in here

As Torsten said, if it is urgent, you should be contacting HP Support. After 4 days, it doesn't seem that urgent.