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Jon Steele
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rx6600

Hi,

I have an rx6600 I just installed a new I/O PCI-e backplane. The machine boots up fine and works but I keep getting this error right before it goes to the EFI.
Warning(52)A Rom Revision is inconsistent with FIT or RevBlock

Has anyone seen this before?

Thanks
Jon
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Sameer_Nirmal
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: rx6600

The warning indicates one of the firmware entities like SFW, BMC or MP revisions is out of date.

I would check the firmware revisions using
Shell> info fw
Jon Steele
Valued Contributor

Re: rx6600

Thanks I updated the firmware and it took care of the problem.

Thanks
Jon
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: rx6600

Hi Jon,

I have seen this today after replacing the I/O board of a rx6600 server.

This boot experienced the following problems:
WARNING[52]: A ROM revision is inconsistent with FIT or REVBLOCK

together with a massage

3 0 0x00025A 0x000000000000000C component rom revision != rev block revision

The firmware components on the new board were newer than the firmware on the remaining parts - in fact BMC firmware was the problem.

The system reached the boot menu, but any attempt to proceed (going to EFI for example) results in a crash.

Solution was to install the old board again, update the firmware and install the new board again.

Hope this helps someone in future.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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ALCS
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Re: rx6600

This helped us

great thanks - we had the same problem and solved it the same way tou did.

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