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Proliant DL360 gen9 Post code 711 stale during BIOS

 
Livitin
Advisor

Proliant DL360 gen9 Post code 711 stale during BIOS

Can't boot server. Stop on Post Code 711.

There are two D3000 (x12x6TB SATA) shelves connected to the server.

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6 REPLIES
Livitin
Advisor

Re: Proliant DL360 gen9 Post code 711 stale during BIOS

Disconnected both D3000. No effect. Boot process stale even without Post Code 711. Server won't boot.

Livitin
Advisor

Re: Proliant DL360 gen9 Post code 711 stale during BIOS

Try to reboot again. Still POST code 711 and won't boot. I can choose F9, F10, F11, F12 but nothing happends.

Livitin
Advisor

Re: Proliant DL360 gen9 Post code 711 stale during BIOS

Removed RAID controller - boot successfully. :(

Florian Schmutz
Frequent Advisor

Re: Proliant DL360 gen9 Post code 711 stale during BIOS

Hm if you have 2 Backplanes plase make shure that you put your raidcontrollor to the one witch is associated to the proc witch is in the Server.

An other idea is that the Contoler cant get enought power for his job. I would recomend that you check the HP Quickspecs for the DL380G9 and check that your controller is in there. 

Sorry for not much helping

Cheers Florian

Livitin
Advisor

Re: Proliant DL360 gen9 Post code 711 stale during BIOS

Yesterday I ran server and both D3000 and successfully installed FreeBSD 10.2 and created RAID50 on D3000. :( May be some issues with RAID-controller. Talking with local support. Results will be added to the forum.

koteswara
Occasional Visitor

Re: Proliant DL360 gen9 Post code 711 stale during BIOS

hi,

I am also facing this issue. it is getting struct there and F9 or F11 nothing works. I want to enter into boot options and edit boot order.

Did you get any solution for this?

Regards,

Koteswar