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Reboot after panic: server reboot

hi guys,

my rx7640 server keeps on restarting, i checked the logs and i get this reboot after panic information...can somebody please help me out please its very urgent for me...


Reboot after panic: MCA, IIP:0xe000000000627590 IFA:0x20000000777ceea0
Reboot after panic: MCA, IIP:0xe000000000627620 IFA:0x9fffffff7f648000
Reboot after panic: MCA, IIP:0xe000000000627070 IFA:0x60000000c035aac0


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Torsten.
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Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

What is the status now?

Can you boot up to EFI or OS?

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

yeah i can boot to the EfI and os...it come on and for some hours later it reboots
Dennis Handly
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Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

An MCA is a hardware problem. You need to have HP look at it.

Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

hi guys,
its the server that reboots and after that the connection from the server to the MSA 1000 gets lost and i guess the is the reason why i get that Reboot after panic: MCA error. i really need a solution to this please.
Torsten.
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Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

MCA is a machine check abort - a serious issue, likely hardware related.

You should give HP a call and let them analyze the logs.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

HI
so is it the MSA that is coursing the server to reboot ?
The Brit
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Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

Hi Shadrach,

Are you booting from SAN?? If you are, and you have a flaky connection to the SAN, you might be losing connection to your system boot disk.

Dave.

Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

hi guys,
attached are are the logs i had from syslog.log and OLDsyslog.log, please check and give me feed back on what could be the issue...
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

As said, call HP support, pass them the MCA logs and they will analyze them.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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purushottamaher
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Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

Hi,

 

You can follow the below solution in order to resolve your issue:

 

http://expertisenpuru.com/reboot-after-panic-server-rebooted-automatically-in-hp-ux/

S_Logan
HPE Pro

Re: Reboot after panic: server reboot

Hi Shadrach,

 

If the system does MCA, it is  recommended to verify the logs  by a Hardware specialist.

Dont delay,check the MCA  immediatly.

 

Regards,

S_Logan

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