REFERENCE
86 A1 53FF 05
ESCALA Power7
Failing function codes, failing items
and symbolic FRUs
ESCALA Models Reference
The ESCALA Power7 publications concern the following models:
Bull Escala E1-700 / E3-700
Bull Escala E1-705
Bull Escala E1-715
Bull Escala E3-705
Bull Escala E3-715
Bull Escala E2-700 / E2-700T
Bull Escala E2-705 / E2-705T
Bull Escala E2-715 / E2-715T
Bull Escala E4-700 / E4-700T
Bull Escala E4-705
Bull Escala E4-715
Bull Escala E5-700
Bull Escala E5-715
Bull Escala M5-715
Bull Escala M6-700
Bull Escala M6-705
Bull Escala M6-715
Bull Escala M7-700
Bull Escala M7-705
Bull Escala M7-715
Bull Escala H9-700
(31E/2B ,8231-E2B)
(31E/1C, 8231-E1C)
(31E/1D, 8231-E1D)
(31E/2C, 8231-E2C)
(31E/2D, 8231-E2D)
(02E/4B, 8202-E4B)
(02E/4C, 8202-E4C)
(02E/4D, 8202-E4D)
(05F/6B, 8205-E6B)
(05E/6C, 8205-E6C)
(05E/6D, 8205-E6D)
(33E/8B, 8233-E8B)
(08E/8D, 8408-E8D)
(09R/MD, 9109-RMD)
(17M/MB, 9117-MMB)
(17M/MC, 9117-MMC)
(17M/MD, 9117-MMD)
(79M/HB, 9179-MHB)
(79M/HC, 9179-MHC)
(79M/HD, 9179-MHD)
(19F/HB, 9119-FHB)
References to 8236-E8C models are irrelevant.
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Contents
Safety notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Failing function codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Failing items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Symbolic FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202
Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 381
Trademarks . . . . .
Electronic emission notices
Class A Notices. . .
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iv
Safety notices
Safety notices may be printed throughout this guide:
v DANGER notices call attention to a situation that is potentially lethal or extremely hazardous to
people.
v CAUTION notices call attention to a situation that is potentially hazardous to people because of some
existing condition.
v Attention notices call attention to the possibility of damage to a program, device, system, or data.
World Trade safety information
Several countries require the safety information contained in product publications to be presented in their
national languages. If this requirement applies to your country, safety information documentation is
included in the publications package (such as in printed documentation, on DVD, or as part of the
product) shipped with the product. The documentation contains the safety information in your national
language with references to the U.S. English source. Before using a U.S. English publication to install,
operate, or service this product, you must first become familiar with the related safety information
documentation. You should also refer to the safety information documentation any time you do not
clearly understand any safety information in the U.S. English publications.
Replacement or additional copies of safety information documentation can be obtained by calling the IBM
Hotline at 1-800-300-8751.
German safety information
Das Produkt ist nicht für den Einsatz an Bildschirmarbeitsplätzen im Sinne § 2 der
Bildschirmarbeitsverordnung geeignet.
Laser safety information
IBM® servers can use I/O cards or features that are fiber-optic based and that utilize lasers or LEDs.
Laser compliance
IBM servers may be installed inside or outside of an IT equipment rack.
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013
v
DANGER
When working on or around the system, observe the following precautions:
Electrical voltage and current from power, telephone, and communication cables are hazardous. To
avoid a shock hazard:
v Connect power to this unit only with the IBM provided power cord. Do not use the IBM
provided power cord for any other product.
v Do not open or service any power supply assembly.
v Do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform installation, maintenance, or reconfiguration
of this product during an electrical storm.
v The product might be equipped with multiple power cords. To remove all hazardous voltages,
disconnect all power cords.
v Connect all power cords to a properly wired and grounded electrical outlet. Ensure that the outlet
supplies proper voltage and phase rotation according to the system rating plate.
v Connect any equipment that will be attached to this product to properly wired outlets.
v When possible, use one hand only to connect or disconnect signal cables.
v Never turn on any equipment when there is evidence of fire, water, or structural damage.
v Disconnect the attached power cords, telecommunications systems, networks, and modems before
you open the device covers, unless instructed otherwise in the installation and configuration
procedures.
v Connect and disconnect cables as described in the following procedures when installing, moving,
or opening covers on this product or attached devices.
To Disconnect:
1. Turn off everything (unless instructed otherwise).
2. Remove the power cords from the outlets.
3. Remove the signal cables from the connectors.
4. Remove all cables from the devices.
To Connect:
1. Turn off everything (unless instructed otherwise).
2. Attach all cables to the devices.
3. Attach the signal cables to the connectors.
4. Attach the power cords to the outlets.
5. Turn on the devices.
(D005)
DANGER
vi
Observe the following precautions when working on or around your IT rack system:
v Heavy equipment–personal injury or equipment damage might result if mishandled.
v Always lower the leveling pads on the rack cabinet.
v Always install stabilizer brackets on the rack cabinet.
v To avoid hazardous conditions due to uneven mechanical loading, always install the heaviest
devices in the bottom of the rack cabinet. Always install servers and optional devices starting
from the bottom of the rack cabinet.
v Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. Do not place objects on top
of rack-mounted devices.
v Each rack cabinet might have more than one power cord. Be sure to disconnect all power cords in
the rack cabinet when directed to disconnect power during servicing.
v Connect all devices installed in a rack cabinet to power devices installed in the same rack
cabinet. Do not plug a power cord from a device installed in one rack cabinet into a power
device installed in a different rack cabinet.
v An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage on the metal parts of
the system or the devices that attach to the system. It is the responsibility of the customer to
ensure that the outlet is correctly wired and grounded to prevent an electrical shock.
CAUTION
v Do not install a unit in a rack where the internal rack ambient temperatures will exceed the
manufacturer's recommended ambient temperature for all your rack-mounted devices.
v Do not install a unit in a rack where the air flow is compromised. Ensure that air flow is not
blocked or reduced on any side, front, or back of a unit used for air flow through the unit.
v Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit so that
overloading of the circuits does not compromise the supply wiring or overcurrent protection. To
provide the correct power connection to a rack, refer to the rating labels located on the
equipment in the rack to determine the total power requirement of the supply circuit.
v (For sliding drawers.) Do not pull out or install any drawer or feature if the rack stabilizer brackets
are not attached to the rack. Do not pull out more than one drawer at a time. The rack might
become unstable if you pull out more than one drawer at a time.
v (For fixed drawers.) This drawer is a fixed drawer and must not be moved for servicing unless
specified by the manufacturer. Attempting to move the drawer partially or completely out of the
rack might cause the rack to become unstable or cause the drawer to fall out of the rack.
(R001)
Safety notices
vii
CAUTION:
Removing components from the upper positions in the rack cabinet improves rack stability during
relocation. Follow these general guidelines whenever you relocate a populated rack cabinet within a
room or building:
v Reduce the weight of the rack cabinet by removing equipment starting at the top of the rack
cabinet. When possible, restore the rack cabinet to the configuration of the rack cabinet as you
received it. If this configuration is not known, you must observe the following precautions:
– Remove all devices in the 32U position and above.
– Ensure that the heaviest devices are installed in the bottom of the rack cabinet.
– Ensure that there are no empty U-levels between devices installed in the rack cabinet below the
32U level.
v If the rack cabinet you are relocating is part of a suite of rack cabinets, detach the rack cabinet from
the suite.
v Inspect the route that you plan to take to eliminate potential hazards.
v Verify that the route that you choose can support the weight of the loaded rack cabinet. Refer to the
documentation that comes with your rack cabinet for the weight of a loaded rack cabinet.
v Verify that all door openings are at least 760 x 230 mm (30 x 80 in.).
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Ensure that all devices, shelves, drawers, doors, and cables are secure.
Ensure that the four leveling pads are raised to their highest position.
Ensure that there is no stabilizer bracket installed on the rack cabinet during movement.
Do not use a ramp inclined at more than 10 degrees.
When the rack cabinet is in the new location, complete the following steps:
– Lower the four leveling pads.
– Install stabilizer brackets on the rack cabinet.
– If you removed any devices from the rack cabinet, repopulate the rack cabinet from the lowest
position to the highest position.
v If a long-distance relocation is required, restore the rack cabinet to the configuration of the rack
cabinet as you received it. Pack the rack cabinet in the original packaging material, or equivalent.
Also lower the leveling pads to raise the casters off of the pallet and bolt the rack cabinet to the
pallet.
(R002)
(L001)
(L002)
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(L003)
or
All lasers are certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR Subchapter J for class
1 laser products. Outside the U.S., they are certified to be in compliance with IEC 60825 as a class 1 laser
product. Consult the label on each part for laser certification numbers and approval information.
CAUTION:
This product might contain one or more of the following devices: CD-ROM drive, DVD-ROM drive,
DVD-RAM drive, or laser module, which are Class 1 laser products. Note the following information:
v Do not remove the covers. Removing the covers of the laser product could result in exposure to
hazardous laser radiation. There are no serviceable parts inside the device.
v Use of the controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
might result in hazardous radiation exposure.
(C026)
Safety notices
ix
CAUTION:
Data processing environments can contain equipment transmitting on system links with laser modules
that operate at greater than Class 1 power levels. For this reason, never look into the end of an optical
fiber cable or open receptacle. (C027)
CAUTION:
This product contains a Class 1M laser. Do not view directly with optical instruments. (C028)
CAUTION:
Some laser products contain an embedded Class 3A or Class 3B laser diode. Note the following
information: laser radiation when open. Do not stare into the beam, do not view directly with optical
instruments, and avoid direct exposure to the beam. (C030)
CAUTION:
The battery contains lithium. To avoid possible explosion, do not burn or charge the battery.
Do Not:
v ___ Throw or immerse into water
v ___ Heat to more than 100°C (212°F)
v ___ Repair or disassemble
Exchange only with the IBM-approved part. Recycle or discard the battery as instructed by local
regulations. In the United States, IBM has a process for the collection of this battery. For information,
call 1-800-426-4333. Have the IBM part number for the battery unit available when you call. (C003)
Power and cabling information for NEBS (Network Equipment-Building System)
GR-1089-CORE
The following comments apply to the IBM servers that have been designated as conforming to NEBS
(Network Equipment-Building System) GR-1089-CORE:
The equipment is suitable for installation in the following:
v Network telecommunications facilities
v Locations where the NEC (National Electrical Code) applies
The intrabuilding ports of this equipment are suitable for connection to intrabuilding or unexposed
wiring or cabling only. The intrabuilding ports of this equipment must not be metallically connected to the
interfaces that connect to the OSP (outside plant) or its wiring. These interfaces are designed for use as
intrabuilding interfaces only (Type 2 or Type 4 ports as described in GR-1089-CORE) and require isolation
from the exposed OSP cabling. The addition of primary protectors is not sufficient protection to connect
these interfaces metallically to OSP wiring.
Note: All Ethernet cables must be shielded and grounded at both ends.
The ac-powered system does not require the use of an external surge protection device (SPD).
The dc-powered system employs an isolated DC return (DC-I) design. The DC battery return terminal
shall not be connected to the chassis or frame ground.
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
Failing function codes (FFCs), failing items, and symbolic field replaceable units (FRUs) provide the
information necessary to fix a problem that is identified by a system reference code (SRC) or service
request number (SRN).
Failing function codes
Failing function codes represent functions within the system unit.
The failing function codes are listed in numerical order.
Failing function code 11A
The cryptographic coprocessor adapter battery kit is the failing item.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
11A
Part number
Description
09J8199
Cryptographic
coprocessor adapter
battery kit
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 132
The program that just loaded might be damaged.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 141
The 857 MB disk enclosure assembly is the failing item.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
141
Part number
Description
4569502
857 MB Disk
Enclosure Assembly
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 151
Failing function code 151 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
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Failing function code 152
A power supply is the problem.
See FFC 153.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 153
An expansion unit power supply is the failing item.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
153
5886
39R6547
Power supply
Un-Ex
153
5887
See System parts.
Power supply
Un-Ex
153
5888, EDR1
See System parts.
Power supply
Un-P1-Ex
153
5786, 5787, 7031-D24,
7031-T24
12R9078 (966 watt)
Power supply
Un-Ex
7314-G30
42R4491
Power supply
Un-Ex
153
15R7998 (845 watt)
Note: Use with a
power supply that
has the same wattage.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 159
The problem is with a tablet.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
159
6093 Models 21, 22
6247455
Tablet cursor
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
159
6093 Models 11, 12
74F3131
Tablet cursor,
4-button
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
159
6093 Models 11, 12
74F3132
Tablet cursor,
6-button
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 165
Failing function code 165 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
2
Failing function code 166
The problem is with a fan assembly.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
166
5886
39R6547
Fan (in power supply Un-Ex
FRU)
166
5887
See System parts.
Fan (in power supply Un-Ex
FRU)
166
5888, EDR1
See System parts.
Fan assembly
Un-P1-Cx-A1
166
7031-D24, 7031-T24
39J0859
Fan assembly
Un-Ax
166
Any
See System parts.
Fan assembly
Un-Ax
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 169
This failing function code is not supported on the system. Continue with the next FRU in the failing item
list.
Failing function code 185
The problem is with an X.25 interface co-processor adapter.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
185
Any
71G6458
X.25 Interface
Co-Processor adapter
Un-P1-Cx
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 186
The problem is with the co-processor multiport adapter.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
186
Any
33F8967
Co-Processor
Multiport adapter
Model 2
Un-P1-Cx
186
Any
84F7540
Co-Processor
Multiport adapter
Model 2 daughter
card
Un-P1-Cx
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
3
186
Any
53F2662
Co-Processor
Multiport adapter
Model 2 memory
module (1 MB)
Un-P1-Cx
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 188
The problem is with a tablet stylus.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
188
6093 models 11, 12
74F3133
Tablet stylus
188
6093 models 21, 22
6247454
Tablet stylus
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 190
The problem is with an internal disk signal cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
190
Part number
Description
Location code
21P7063
Internal disk signal
cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 192
The problem is with a power supply for a portable disk drive.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
192
7203
00G2960
Portable disk drive
power supply
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 199
The problem is with an internal disk unit backplane.
See FFC 2667.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 201
The problem is with an internal disk signal cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
201
Part number
Description
Location code
21P7063
Internal disk signal
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
cable (associated with
FFC 190)
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 210
This failing function code is not supported on the system. Continue with the next FRU in the failing item
list.
Failing function code 221
The problem is a system I/O control logic problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
221
All
See System parts.
System backplane or
I/O backplane
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 227
The problem is a system status logic problem.
Replace the system backplane or I/O backplane.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
5
Failing function code 240
The problem is a token-ring network problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
240
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Token-ring network
problem
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 241
The problem is an Ethernet network problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
241
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Ethernet network
problem
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2502
A backplane might be failing.
Replace the system backplane or I/O backplane.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
or 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
I/O backplane
Un-P2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 2503
A SAS RAID enablement card might be failing.
Replace the SAS RAID enablement card.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2504
A SAS RAID auxiliary cache card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2504
All
44V3298
SAS RAID auxiliary
cache card
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2505
A SAS RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2505
All
44V3298
PCI-XDDR backplane
3 Gb SAS RAID
adapter
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 251
The problem is in the cables for a parallel printer.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
251
Any
8529214
Cable, parallel printer Un-P1-Cx-Ty
251
Any
8185219
Cable, parallel printer Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
7
Failing function code 2512
A SCSI RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2512
Any
97P6130
PCI-X DDR quad
channel ultra320 SCSI
RAID adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2513
A SCSI RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2513
Any
42R6578
PCI-X DDR quad
Un-P1-Cx
channel ultra320 SCSI
RAID adapter
Note: This FRU is an
assembly of two
parts. Replace the
entire assembly. The
same FRU is used for
FFC 252E.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2514
A SCSI RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2514
Any
39J2012
PCI-X DDR dual
Un-P1-Cx
channel ultra320 SCSI
RAID adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2515
A SAS adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
8
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2515
Any
44V3296
PCI-X DDR External
Dual - x4 Port SAS
adapter
Un-P1-Cx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2516
A PCIe JBOD SAS adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2516
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
PCIe JBOD SAS
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2517
A PCI-X RAID SAS adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2517
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
PCI-X RAID SAS
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2518
A PCIe RAID SAS adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2518
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
PCIe RAID SAS
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
9
Failing function code 2519
A PCI-X DDR RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2519
Any
44V8622
PCI-X DDR RAID
adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 251D
A PCI-X DDR auxiliary cache adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
251D
Any
44V8622
PCI-X DDR auxiliary
cache adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 252
The problem is in the standard 9-pin to 25-pin converter cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
252
Any
23R4632
Standard 9-pin to
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
25-pin converter cable
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2520
The SCSI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2520
Any
09P2544
Dual-channel ultra3
SCSI PCI adapter
10
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2521
The processor subsystem chassis might be failing.
Replace the processor subsystem chassis.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2522
The SCSI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2522
Any
97P6513
PCI-X dual channel
U320 SCSI adapter
Note: Use the
location code to
identify the failing
FRU. Determine
whether the failing
FRU is integrated on
the system board. If
the failing FRU is
integrated, use FFC
221. If the failing FRU
is not integrated,
replace the FRU
identified here.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2523
The SCSI RAID adapter or enablement card might be failing.
The following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
11
Any
97P3960
PCI-X dual channel
U320 SCSI RAID
adapter or
enablement card.
Note:
1. Use the location
code to identify if
the failing FRU is
a RAID
enablement card
plugged into a
special slot on the
I/O backplane or
if it is a PCI-X
adapter.
2. If the failing FRU
is a PCI-X
adapter, replace
the FRU identified
here. If the failing
FRU is a RAID
enablement card
use FFC 2525.
3. If the problem
persists after
replacing the
RAID enablement
card, use FFC
2522 to replace the
integrated SCSI
adapter.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2524
The SCSI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
12
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2524
Any
97P6513
Missing options
resolution for
integrated PCI-X dual
channel U320 SCSI
adapter.
Note: Use the
location code to
identify the failing
FRU. If the failing
FRU is integrated on
the system backplane,
replace the system
backplane. If the
failing FRU is not
integrated on the
system backplane,
replace the PCI-X
dual channel U320
SCSI adapter (part
number 97P6513).
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2525
The SCSI RAID enablement card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2525
Any
80P2868
Missing options
resolution for
integrated PCI-X dual
channel U320 SCSI
RAID enablement
card.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2526
The SCSI RAID battery pack might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2526
Any
44L0313
PCI-X ultra320 SCSI
RAID Battery Pack
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
13
Failing function code 2527
The SCSI RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2527
Any
42R6249
Quad channel
ultra320 SCSI RAID
adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2528
The SCSI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2528
Any
42R4860
PCI-X dual channel
ultra320 SCSI adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2529
The SCSI RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2529
Any
39J5652
PCI-X dual channel
ultra320 SCSI RAID
adapter
2529
Any
39J5653
PCI-X dual channel
ultra320 SCSI RAID
adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 252B
The SCSI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
14
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
252B
Any
39M3417
PCI-X DDR dual
channel ultra320 SCSI
adapter (2 way)
252B
Any
39M3419
PCI-X DDR dual
channel ultra320 SCSI
adapter (4 way)
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Failing function code 252D
The SCSI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
252D
Any
42R4860
PCI-X DDR dual
Un-P1-Cx
channel ultra320 SCSI
adapter
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 252E
The SCSI RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
252E
Any
42R6578
PCI-X DDR quad
Un-P1-Cx
channel ultra320 SCSI
RAID adapter
Note: This FRU is an
assembly of two
parts. Replace the
entire assembly. The
same FRU is used for
FFC 2513.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 253
The multiprotocol cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
15
253
Any
The problem is in the Un-P1-Cx-Ty
multiprotocol cable,
EIA-422A, which is
provided by the
customer.
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Failing function code 2530
The Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2530
Any
09P3196
10/100 Mbps
Ethernet PCI adapter
II
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2531
The Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2531
Any
03N6971
10 Gigabit-LR
Ethernet PCI-X
adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2532
The Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2532
Any
03N6969
10 Gigabit-SR
Ethernet PCI-X
adapter
Location code
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16
Failing function code 2533
The Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2533
Any
10N8264
10 Gigabit-SR
Ethernet PCI-X 2.0
DDR adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 2534
The Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2534
Any
10N8263
10 Gigabit-LR
Ethernet PCI-X 2.0
DDR adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2535
The Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2535
Any
03N5444
4-port 10/100/1000
base-TX Ethernet
PCI-X adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2537
The Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2537
Any
03N6973* or
80P6451**
Dual port gigabit
Ethernet-SX PCI-X
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
17
* Designed to comply with RoHS requirement.
** Not designed to comply with the RoHS requirement.
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Failing function code 2538
The Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2538
Any
03N5297* or
00P6131**
2-Port 10/100/1000
Base-TX Ethernet
PCI-X adapter (FC
5706)
Un-Px-Cx
2538
Any
03N5298* or
80P6450**
2-Port 10/100/1000
Base-TX Ethernet
PCI-X adapter (FC
1983)
Un-Px-Cx
2538
Any
03N5531* or
03N4701**
2-Port 10/100/1000
Base-TX Ethernet
PCI-X adapter (FC
1990)
Un-Px-Cx
* Designed to comply with RoHS requirement.
** Not designed to comply with the RoHS requirement.
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Failing function code 254
The problem is in the 4-port multiprotocol EIA-232, V.24 cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
254
Any
71F0165
4-port multiprotocol
EIA-232, V.24 cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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Failing function code 254E
The Fibre Channel expansion card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
18
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
254E
Any
13N2056
Fibre Channel
expansion card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2550
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2550
Any
80P7124
GXT4500P graphics
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2551
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
2551
Type and model
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
®
POWER GXT6500P
graphics adapter
09P3391
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2555
A 73 GB SAS interface 3.5 inch form-factor drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2555
Any
See Finding parts,
locations, and
addresses.
73 GB SAS interface
3.5 inch form-factor
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
19
Failing function code 2556
A 146 GB SAS interface 3.5 inch form-factor drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2556
Any
See Finding parts,
locations, and
addresses.
146 GB SAS interface
3.5 inch form-factor
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2557
A 300 GB SAS interface 3.5 inch form-factor drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2557
Any
See Finding parts,
locations, and
addresses.
300 GB SAS interface
3.5 inch form-factor
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 256
The problem is in the 3.04 m (10 ft) token-ring cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
256
Any
6339098
3.04 m (10 ft)
token-ring cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2562
The keyboard/mouse USB PCI attachment card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2562
Any
09P2470
Keyboard/mouse
USB PCI attachment
card
20
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2564
The keyboard/mouse USB PCI attachment card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2564
Any
80P2994
Keyboard/mouse
USB PCI attachment
card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2566
The diskette drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2566
Any
03N4962
USB 3.5 inch micro
diskette drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2568
The CD-ROM might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
2568
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Generic USB
CD-ROM
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 256D
The Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
21
256D
Any
26R0893
26R0889
4 Gb Fibre Channel
adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 256E
The 4-port 10/100/1000 Base-TX PCI Express adapter might be failing.
Replace the 4-port 10/100/1000 Base-TX PCI Express adapter. If the problem is not resolved, replace the
I/O backplane.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 257
The problem is in the 4-port multiprotocol, V.35 cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
257
Any
71F0162
4-port multiprotocol,
V.35 cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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Failing function code 2570
The cryptographic accelerator PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2570
Any
11P1856
IBM cryptographic
accelerator PCI
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 2571
The 2-port PCI asynchronous EIA-232 adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
22
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2571
Any
80P4353
2-Port PCI
Asynchronous
EIA-232 adapter
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Failing function code 2572
The xCrypto coprocessor card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2572
Any
41U0442
12R6540
PCI xCrypto
coprocessor card
41V1061
Battery kit
11A
Location code
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Failing function code 2576
The 4-port PCIe serial adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2576
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
4-port PCIe serial
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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Failing function code 2578
The cryptographic coprocessor adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2578
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
PCIe cryptographic
coprocessor adapter
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
23
Failing function code 2579
The cryptographic coprocessor adapter battery is the failing item.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2579
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
PCIe cryptographic
coprocessor adapter
battery
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 258
The problem is in the 4-port multiprotocol cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
258
Any
40F9897
4-port multiprotocol
cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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Failing function code 2580
The SCSI accessed fault-tolerant enclosure (SAF-TE) device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2580
Any
21P7165
SCSI accessed
fault-tolerant
enclosure (SAF-TE)
device
Location code
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Failing function code 2581
The 1 GB iSCSI TOE PCI-X adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2581
Any
03N6056
1 GB iSCSI TOE
PCI-X adapter
(copper connector)
24
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2583
The 1 GB iSCSI TOE PCI-X adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2583
Any
26K6490
1 GB iSCSI TOE
PCI-X adapter (JS
daughter card)
(copper connector)
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2586
The failing function code indicates a failure in the Host Ethernet Adapter (HEA), which is a part of the
pass-through card.
The HEA controller is integrated on the I/O backplane in the system unit. Replace the pass-through card.
If the problem is not resolved, replace the I/O backplane.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2587
The DVD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2587
Any
39J5774
Slimline DVD-ROM
drive
Un-P4-Dx
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Failing function code 2588
The DVD-RAM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2588
Any
39J5772
IBM 4.7 GB Slimline
DVD-RAM drive
Un-P4-Dx
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
25
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Failing function code 259
The problem is in the async EIA-232D, V.24 cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
259
Any
42R5206
Async EIA-232D, V.24 Un-P1-Cx-Ty
cable
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2590
The 48x IDE CD-ROM drive black bezel might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2590
Any
24P3605
48x IDE CD-ROM
drive black bezel
Location code
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Failing function code 2591
The IDE 16/48X DVD-ROM black bezel might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2591
Any
53P2735
IDE 16/48X
DVD-ROM black
bezel
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2592
The IDE 8X/24X DVD-ROM might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
26
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2592
Any
39J3522
Slimline IDE 8X/24X
DVD-ROM
Location code
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Failing function code 2593
The IDE DVD-RAM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2593
Any
39J1364
IDE DVD-RAM drive
Location code
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Failing function code 25A0
A backplane might be failing.
Replace the system backplane.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 25A2
The USB DVD-RAM drive might be failing.
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
27
CCIN or FFC
Type and
model
25A2
Any
Part number
Description
For 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D, see
Managing devices for the 8202-E4B,
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D.
USB
DVD-RAM
drive
Location code
For 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D, see Managing devices
for the 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D.
For 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C, see Managing
devices for the 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C.
For 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD, see Managing
devices for the 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD.
For 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD, see
Managing devices for the 9117-MMB,
9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
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Failing function code 25A3
The integrated serial adapter on the Ethernet PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
Description
2B56
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 00E0778
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
2 x 1 Gb and 2 x 10
Gb twinaxial Ethernet
adapter
2B57
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 00E0784
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
2 x 1 Gb and 2 x 10
Gb optical Ethernet
adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 25A4
The 2-port PCIe asynchronous EIA-232 adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
28
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25A4
Any
See PCIe 2-port
2-port PCIe
Async EIA-232
asynchronous
Adapter (FC 5289 and EIA-232 adapter
FC 5290).
Location code
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Failing function code 25B9
The 1 GB PCI-X iSCSI TOE Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25B9
Any
03N6058
1 GB PCI-X iSCSI
TOE Ethernet adapter
(fiber)
Location code
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Failing function code 25C0
The Gigabit-SX Ethernet PCI-X adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Any
00P3055
IBM Gigabit-SX
Ethernet PCI-X
adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 25C1
The 10/100/1000 base-TX PCI-X adapter might be failing.
Replace the 10/100/1000 base-TX PCI-X adapter.
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Failing function code 25C2
The dual-port Gigabit SX Ethernet PCI-X adapter might be failing.
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
29
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25C2
Any
00P4290
IBM dual-port
Gigabit SX Ethernet
PCI-X adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 25C3
The 10/100/1000 base-TX dual-port PCI-X adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25C3
Any
00P4289
IBM 10/100/1000
base-TX dual-port
PCI-X adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 25C4
The Broadcom dual-port Gbps Ethernet PCI-X adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25C4
Any
13N0504
Broadcom dual-port
Gbps Ethernet PCI-X
adapter
25C4
Any
73P9031
Broadcom dual-port
Gbps Ethernet PCI-X
daughter card
Location code
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Failing function code 25D0
The audio adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25D0
Any
00P4648
PCI audio adapter
30
Location code
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Failing function code 25D2
Configuring JS21 SAS expansion adapter.
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Failing function code 25D3
A 2-port 6 Gb LSI SAS expansion PCIe x8 adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
25D3
Any
74Y0500
2-port 6 Gb LSI SAS
expansion PCIe x8
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 25D5
A 4-port 6 Gb LSI SAS expansion PCIe x8 adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
25D5
Any
46K3659
4-port 6 Gb LSI SAS
expansion PCIe x8
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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Failing function code 25E5
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25E5
Any
10N7756
PCIe 2D graphics
adapter
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
31
Failing function code 25E6
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25E6
Any
74Y2025
Low profile PCIe 2D
graphics adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 25E7
The graphics adapter cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25E7
Any
74Y2031
Low profile PCIe 2D
graphics adapter
Y-breakout cable
Location code
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Failing function code 25F8
The 1 GB PCI-X iSCSI TOE Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
25F8
Any
80P4092
1 GB PCI-X iSCSI
TOE Ethernet adapter
(copper)
Location code
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Failing function code 260
The problem is in the 4-port multiprotocol, X.21 cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
260
Any
71F0164
4-port multiprotocol,
X.21 cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
32
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Failing function code 2600
The Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2600
Any
80P6416
PCI 64-Bit Fibre
Channel adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2601
The Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2601
Any
03N7069
PCI 64-Bit Fibre
Channel adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2602
The Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2602
Any
03N5012
PCI 64-Bit 4 GB Fibre
Channel adapter
(Low Profile 1-Port)
2602
Any
03N5029
PCI 64-Bit 4 GB Fibre
Channel adapter
(2-Port)
2602
Any
03N5027
PCI 64-Bit 4 GB Fibre
Channel adapter
(Low Profile 2-Port)
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
33
Failing function code 2603
The 1-port or 2-port 4 Gb PCIe Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2603
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
1-port 4 Gb PCIe
Fibre Channel
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
2603
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
2-port 4 Gb PCIe
Fibre Channel
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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Failing function code 2604
Configuring Fibre Channel daughter card.
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Failing function code 2606
The 8 Gb Fibre Channel 2-port PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2606
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
8 Gb Fibre Channel
2-port PCI adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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Failing function code 2608
The Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2608
Any
See PCIe2 FH 4-Port
8 Gb Fibre Channel
Adapter (FC 5729).
PCIe2 4-port 8 Gb
Fibre Channel
adapter
Location code
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34
Failing function code 2609
The Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2609
Any
See PCIe2 16 Gb
2-port Fibre Channel
Adapter (FC EN0A;
CCIN 577F).
PCIe2 16 Gb 2-port
Fibre Channel
full-height adapter
2609
Any
See PCIe2 LP 16 Gb
2-port Fibre Channel
Adapter (FC EN0B;
CCIN 577F).
PCIe2 16 Gb 2-port
Fibre Channel
low-profile adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 261
The problem is in the RS/232 interposer.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
261
Any
10N7453
RS/232 interposer
Un-P1-Tx
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Failing function code 2611
The 36/72 GB Data72 4-mm internal tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2611
Any
95P1989
36/72 GB Data72
4-mm internal tape
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2612
The 80/160 GB internal tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
35
2612
Any
19P4898
80/160 GB internal
tape drive with VXA
technology
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2613
The 200/400 GB half high Ultrium 2 tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2613
Any
96P1775
200/400 GB Half
High Ultrium 2 tape
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2614
The 160/320 GB internal tape drive VXA-320 might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2614
Ant
95P1976
160/320 GB internal
tape drive VXA-320
Un-Px-Dx
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2615
The DAT 160 80 GB tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2615
Any
23R9723
DAT 160 80 GB tape
drive
Un-D1
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 2616
The 36/72 GB 4 mm internal tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2616
Any
23R2619
36/72 GB 4 mm
internal tape drive
Un-Dx
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Failing function code 2617
The LTO3 400 GB tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2617
Any
23R7038
LTO3 400 GB tape
drive
Un-D1
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2618
The 800 GB/1.6 TB Ultrium 4 SAS tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2618
Any
45E1127
800 GB/1.6 TB
Ultrium 4 SAS tape
drive
Un-Dx
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2619
The 3.5 inch DAT 160 80 GB SAS tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
1124
Any
46C2214
3.5 inch DAT 160 80
GB SAS tape drive
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
37
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 262
The problem is in the 8-port multiport interface cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
262
Any
00F5524
8-port multiport
interface cable
Un-P1-Cx-Tx
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2625
The 2-port 4x InfiniBand QDR adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2625
Any
74Y2987
2-port 4x InfiniBand
QDR adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2628
The PCIe2 2-port 4x InfiniBand QDR adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2628
Any
See PCIe2 2-port 4X
PCIe2 2-port 4x
InfiniBand QDR
InfiniBand QDR
Adapter (FC 5283 and adapter
FC 5285).
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2629
A PCIe QDR host channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
38
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Any
See Failing function
code 2625.
PCIe QDR host
channel adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 262B
The 2-port PCIe2 10 GbE RoCE SFP+ adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
262B
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2-Port
PCIe2 2-port 10 GbE
10GbE RoCE SFP+
RoCE SFP+
Adapter (FC EC27 and low-profile adapter
FC EC28).
262B
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2-Port
PCIe2 2-port 10 GbE
10GbE RoCE SFP+
RoCE SFP+
Adapter (FC EC27 and full-height adapter
FC EC28).
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 262D
The 2-port PCIe2 10 GbE RoCE SR adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
262D
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2-port
10 GbE RoCE SR
Adapter (FC EC29;
CCIN EC29).
PCIe2 2-port 10 GbE
RoCE SR low-profile
adapter
262D
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2-port
10 GbE RoCE SR
Adapter (FC EC30;
CCIN EC29).
PCIe2 2-port 10 GbE
RoCE SR full-height
adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 263
The problem is in the EIA-232 terminal cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
39
263
Any
10N6535
EIA-232 Terminal
cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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Failing function code 2631
The integrated IDE controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
2631
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Integrated IDE
controller
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Failing function code 2640
The 2.5 inch IDE disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2640
Any
See System parts.
2.5 inch IDE disk
drive
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2641
The 73.4 GB U3 10,000 rpm 68–pin bolt in SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2641
Any
03N5255
73.4 GB U3 10,000
rpm 68-pin bolt in
SCSI disk drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2642
The 73.4 GB U3 10,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2642
Any
03N5260 or 03N6325
73.4 GB U3 10,000
rpm 80-pin SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2643
The 73.4 GB U3 10,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2643
Any
03N6327 or 03N5262
73.4 GB U3 10,000
rpm 80-pin SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2644
The 146.8 GB 10,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI bolt in disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2644
Any
03N5256
146.8 GB 10,000 rpm
80-pin SCSI bolt in
disk drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2645
The 146.8 GB 10,000 rpm ultra320 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2645
Any
03N5265 or 03N6330
146.8 GB 10,000 rpm
ultra320 80-pin SCSI
disk drive
Un-Px-Dx
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
41
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Failing function code 2646
The 146.8 GB 10,000 rpm ultra320 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
2646
Part number
Description
Location code
03N6332 or 03N5267
146.8 GB 10,000 rpm
ultra320 80-pin SCSI
disk drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2647
The 300 GB 10,000 rpm ultra320 bolt in SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2647
Any
03N5257
300 GB 10,000 rpm
ultra320 bolt in SCSI
disk drive, 1 inch
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2648
The 300 GB 10,000 rpm ultra320 bolt in SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2648
Any
03N5270 or 03N6335
300 GB 10,000 rpm
ultra320 bolt in SCSI
disk drive, 1 inch
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2649
The 300 GB 10,000 rpm ultra320 SCSI disk drive might be failing.
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
2649
Part number
Description
Location code
03N5272 or 03N6337
300 GB 10,000 rpm
ultra320 SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 264B
The 36.4 GB 15,000 rpm ultra3 80–pin SCSI disk drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
264B
Any
03N5275 or 03N6340
36.4 GB 15,000 rpm
Un-Px-Dx
ultra3 80-pin SCSI
disk drive and carrier
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Failing function code 264D
The 36.4 GB U3 15,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
264D
Any
03N5277 or 03N6342
36.4 GB U3 15,000
rpm 80-pin SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 264E
The 73.4 GB U320 15,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
264E
Any
03N5280 or 03N6345
73.4 GB U320 15,000
rpm 80-pin SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
43
Failing function code 2650
Configuring iSCSI devices.
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Failing function code 2651
Configuring SVC.
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Failing function code 2653
The 73.4 GB U3 15,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2653
Any
03N6347 or 03N5282
73.4 GB U3 15,000
rpm 80-pin SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2654
The 146.8 GB U320 15,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2654
Any
03N5285 or 03N6350
146.8 GB U320 15,000
rpm 80-pin SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2655
The 146.8 GB 15,000 rpm 80–pin U320 SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2655
Any
03N5288 or 03N6352
146.8 GB 15,000 rpm
80-pin U320 SCSI
disk drive
Un-Px-Dx
44
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Failing function code 2658
The 73.4 GB 10,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2658
Any
03N5762
73.4 GB 10,000 rpm
80-pin SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 2659
The 146.8 GB 10,000 rpm 80–pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2659
Any
03N5763
146.8 GB 10,000 rpm
80-pin SCSI disk
drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 265B
The 300 GB 10,000 rpm ultra320 SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
265B
Any
03N5764
300 GB 10,000 rpm
ultra320 SCSI disk
drive, 1 inch
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 266
The problem is in the RJ-45 to DB-25 converter cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
45
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
266
Any
59F3432
RJ-45 to DB-25
converter cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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Failing function code 2667
The problem is with a SAS enclosure services manager or with a system backplane.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2667
7214-1U2
95P4036
Electronics tray, also
known as the
enclosure services
manager
Un-P1
2667
5886
44V3937
Enclosure services
manager
Un-C1, Un-C2
2667
5887
See System parts.
Enclosure services
manager
Un-C1, Un-C2
2667
5888, EDR1
See System parts.
Enclosure RAID
module
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C2
2667
System unit
See System parts.
System backplane or
I/O backplane
2667
5802
See System parts.
PORT card
Un-P3-Cx
2667
5803
See System parts.
PORT card
Un-P3-Cx
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Failing function code 267
The problem is in the 4-port multiprotocol jumper cable assembly.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
267
Any
81F8570
4-port multiprotocol
jumper cable
assembly
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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46
Failing function code 2670
A 73 GB SAS interface small form factor 10,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2670
Any
42R8391
73 GB SAS interface
Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
10,000 rpm disk drive
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Failing function code 2671
A 146 GB SAS interface small form factor 10,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2671
Any
42R8392
146 GB SAS interface Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
10,000 rpm disk drive
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Failing function code 2672
A 300 GB SAS interface small form factor 10,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2672
Any
44V6833
300 GB SAS interface Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
10,000 rpm disk drive
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Failing function code 2679
The DVD-RAM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2679
Any
See System parts.
SATA Slimline
DVD-RAM drive
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
47
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Failing function code 267B
The DVD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
267B
Any
See System parts.
SATA Slimline
DVD-ROM drive
Location code
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Failing function code 2680
The problem is with a generic SAS adapter.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
2680
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Generic SAS adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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Failing function code 2681
The media bay insert might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2681
7214-1U2
95P4044
DVD tray assembly
Un-Px
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Failing function code 2684
A 73 GB SAS interface small form factor 15,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2684
Any
See System parts.
73 GB SAS interface
Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
15,000 rpm disk drive
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Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2685
A 146 GB SAS interface small form factor 15,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2685
Any
See System parts.
146 GB SAS interface Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
15,000 rpm disk drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2687
A 73 GB SAS small form factor solid state drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2687
Any
See System parts.
73 GB SAS small
form factor solid state
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2690
A 600 GB SAS interface 3.5 inch form factor 15,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2690
Any
See System parts.
600 GB SAS interface Un-Px-Dx
3.5 inch form factor
15,000 rpm disk drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2699
A 600 GB SAS interface small form factor 10,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2699
Any
See System parts.
600 GB SAS interface Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
10,000 rpm disk drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26B4
A 200 GB SATA 1.8 inch form factor solid state drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
26B4
Any
See System parts.
200 GB SATA 1.8 inch
form factor solid state
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26B8
A 200 GB SAS solid state drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
Description
Any
See System parts.
200 GB SAS solid
state drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26BD
The SAS to SATA bridge function for SATA solid state drives might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
57CD
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
3Gb PCIe RAID and
SSD SAS adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 26D0
The DAT 320 160 GB SAS tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
26D0
Any
See System parts.
DAT 320 160 GB SAS
tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26D1
The DAT 320 160 GB USB tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
26D1
Any
See System parts.
DAT 320 160 GB USB
tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26D2
A 600 GB SAS interface small form factor 10,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
26D2
Any
See System parts.
600 GB SAS interface Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
10,000 rpm disk drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26D3
A 300 GB SAS interface small form factor 15,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
26D3
Any
See System parts.
300 GB SAS interface Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
15,000 rpm disk drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26DD
A 900 GB SAS interface small form factor 10,000 rpm disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
26DD
Any
See System parts.
900 GB SAS interface Un-Px-Dx
small form factor
10,000 rpm disk drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26E0
An internal RDX USB 2 dock might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
26E0
Any
46C5380
Internal 5.25 inch
RDX USB 2 dock
26E0
Any
46C2217
Internal 3.5 inch RDX
USB 2 dock
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26E1
An external RDX USB 2 dock might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
26E1
Any
46C5381
External RDX USB 2
dock
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26E2
A removable disk cartridge might be failing.
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Removable disk cartridges are supply items. To receive warranty service or to purchase additional
removable disk cartridges in the United States and Canada, call 1-888-IBM-MEDIA. In other locations,
contact your local provider of IBM storage products or see Storage Media (http://www.ibm.com/
storage/media).
Removable disk cartridges are not service items. IBM service representatives are not dispatched to service
or replace removable disk cartridges.
Failing function code 26E5
The LTO5 SAS tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
26E5
Any
46C2006
LTO5 SAS tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26E7
An internal RDX USB 3 dock might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
26E7
Any
46C2346
Internal 5.25 inch
RDX USB 3 dock
26E7
Any
46C2444
Internal 3.5 inch RDX
USB 3 dock
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 26E9
An external RDX USB 3 dock might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
26E9
Any
46C2347
External RDX USB 3
dock
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 271
The problem is an X.25 attachment cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
271
Any
07F3151
Cable, X.25
attachment cable,
X.21 (3 m)
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
271
Any
53F3926
Cable, X.25
attachment cable,
X.21 (6 m)
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2710
The OHCI USB Native or Lily 4-port PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2710
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
OHCI USB Native or
Lily 4-port PCIe
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2712
The USB converter card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2712
7226-1U3
46C2592
USB converter card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2713
The SATA redriver card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2713
7226-1U3
46C1761
SATA redriver card
54
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 272
The problem is an X.25 attachment cable, V.24.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
272
Any
07F3160
Cable, X.25
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
attachment cable, V.24
(3 m)
272
Any
53F3927
Cable, X.25
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
attachment cable, V.24
(6 m)
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2720
The DVD-RAM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2720
Any
See Managing DVD
drives.
SATA Slimline
DVD-RAM drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2722
The LTO6 serial-attached SCSI (SAS) tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2722
Any
35P1055
LTO6 SAS tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2723
The LTO6 FC tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2723
Any
35P1060
LTO6 FC tape drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 273
The problem is an X.25 attachment cable, V.35.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
273
Any
07F3171
Cable, X.25
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
attachment cable, V.35
(3 m)
273
Any
53F3928
Cable, X.25
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
attachment cable, V.35
(6 m)
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2740
A 400 GB SAS small-form factor solid-state drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2740
Any
See System parts.
400 GB SAS
small-form factor
solid-state drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2751
An integrated multifunction card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and
model
Part
number
2C4C
Any
74Y3832
56
Description
Dual 10 Gb copper and dual
10GBase-T Ethernet integrated
multifunction card (FC EN10)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2752
An integrated multifunction card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and
model
Part number
Description
2C4C
Any
74Y3832
Dual 10 Gb copper and dual
10GBase-T Ethernet integrated
multifunction card (FC EN10)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2753
An integrated multifunction card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and
model
Part number
Description
2C4D
Any
74Y3843
Dual 10 Gb optical and dual
10GBase-T Ethernet integrated
multifunction card (FC EN11)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2754
An integrated multifunction card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and
model
Part number
Description
2C4D
Any
74Y3843
Dual 10 Gb optical and dual
10GBase-T Ethernet integrated
multifunction card (FC EN11)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 2756
A GX++ 2-port 10 Gb FCoE CNA SR optical adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2B74
9119-FHB
See 9119-FHB system
parts.
GX++ 2-port 10 Gb
Un-Px-Cx
FCoE CNA SR optical
adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2757
A GX++ 2-port 10 Gb FCoE CNA SR optical adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2B74
9119-FHB
See 9119-FHB system
parts.
GX++ 2-port 10 Gb
Un-Px-Cx
FCoE CNA SR optical
adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 276
The problem is in the SCSI controller cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
276
Any
31F4221
SCSI controller cable
Un-P1-Tx (x equals
12, 13, or 14)
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 277
The problem is in the internal SCSI controller cable.
See SCSI service hints in the service information for the unit on which you are working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 279
The PTC resistor has been tripped.
Note: This problem is related to a SCSI single-ended adapter. See SCSI service hints in the service
information that is for the unit on which you are working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 287
A power supply in an expansion unit might be failing.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 289
A power supply in an expansion unit might be failing.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 293
The problem is a PCI-to-PCI bridge problem.
Replace the system backplane or I/O backplane.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 296
The problem is a PCI device or adapter problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
296
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
The FRU can only be Un-P1-Cx
identified by its
location code
reported by the
diagnostic programs.
See the Display
Diagnostic Log
summary for more
information regarding
the service request
number.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 297
The texture memory module for the GXT800P graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
297
Any
93H6055
Texture memory
module for the
GXT800P graphics
adapter
Un-P1-Cx-Cy
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 298
The problem is in the base memory module for the GXT800P graphics adapter.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Any
93H6057
Base memory module Un-P1-Cx-Cy
for the GXT800P
graphics adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2C3
The problem is in a 2-port multiprotocol adapter cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2C3
Any
93H5263
2-Port Multiprotocol
adapter cable V.24
Un-P1-Cx-Tx
2C3
Any
93H5264
2-Port Multiprotocol
adapter cable V.35
Un-P1-Cx-Tx
2C3
Any
93H5265
2-Port Multiprotocol
adapter cable V.36
Un-P1-Cx-Tx
2C3
Any
93H5267
2-Port Multiprotocol
adapter cable X.21
Un-P1-Cx-Tx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 2C9
The problem is in the PCI bus on the I/O backplane.
Replace the I/O backplane.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D01
The SCSI RAID battery pack might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2D01
Any
39J5554
PCI-X quad channel
Un-P1-Cx
U320 SCSI RAID
battery pack, attached
to the PCI-X quad
channel U320 SCSI
RAID adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D02
The adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
2D02
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Generic USB
reference to
controller/adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D03
The SCSI RAID battery pack might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2D03
Any
39J5555
PCI-X ultra320 SCSI
RAID Battery Pack
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 2D05
The battery pack for the internal SAS RAID enablement card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2D05
Any
74Y5667
Battery pack for the
internal SAS RAID
enablement card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D06
The PCI-X RAID battery pack might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2D06
Any
42R3965
PCI-X RAID battery
pack
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D07
The PCI-X DDR auxiliary cache adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2D07
Any
42R5133
PCI-X DDR auxiliary
cache adapter
Un-P1-Cx
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D0B
The SAS RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2D0B
Any
44V4813
PCI Express x8 Ext
Dual-x4 3 Gb SAS
RAID adapter
62
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D0E
The PCIe SAS RAID battery pack might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2D0E
Any
44V7597
PCIe SAS RAID
battery pack
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D14
An embedded SAS adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2BBE
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Location code
Small form factor SAS Un-P2-C9
disk drive backplane
with embedded SAS
adapters
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D15
An embedded SAS RAID adapter might be failing.
All failing items listed in the following table for a specific type and model must be replaced at the same
time. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2BBE
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Location code
Small form factor SAS Un-P2-C9
disk drive backplane
with embedded SAS
adapters
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
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2BC2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
175 MB cache RAID
Un-P2-C9-C1
and dual storage IOA
enablement card
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D16
A RAID storage controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BE0
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
RAID storage
controller
Un-P1-C19
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D17
An embedded SAS RAID adapter might be failing.
All failing items listed in the following table for a specific type and model must be replaced at the same
time. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BE1
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
RAID enablement
card
Un-P1-C13
2BCF
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
Cache battery card
Un-P1-C14
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2BE1
8231-E2B
See System parts.
RAID enablement
card
Un-P1-C12
2BCF
8231-E2B
See System parts.
Cache battery card
Un-P1-C13
8231-E2B
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D18
The RAID and cache storage controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BD9
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
RAID and cache
storage controller
Un-P1-C19
2BD9
8231-E2B
See System parts.
RAID and cache
storage controller
Un-P1-C18
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D19
The cache battery pack for the SAS adapters that are imbedded on the disk drive backplane might be
failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2D19
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Location code
Cache battery pack
Un-P2-C9-C1-Ex
for the SAS adapters
that are imbedded on
the disk drive
backplane
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D1B
The battery on a cache battery card or a RAID and cache storage controller might be failing.
If the SRN that sent you here is 2D17-xxx or 2D26-xxx, replace the battery on the cache battery card. If
the SRN that sent you here is 2D18-xxx or 2D28-xxx, replace the battery on the RAID and cache storage
controller.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2D1B
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Battery on cache
battery card
Un-P1-C14-E1
2D1B
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Battery on RAID and
cache storage
controller
Un-P1-C19-E1
2D1B
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Battery on cache
battery card
Un-P1-C13-E1
2D1B
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Battery on RAID and
cache storage
controller
Un-P1-C18-E1
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D1D
A PCIe2 RAID SAS adapter dual-port 6 Gb adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
57C4
Any
See PCIe2 RAID SAS
Adapter Dual-port 6
Gb (FC ESA1; CCIN
57C4).
PCIe2 RAID SAS
adapter dual-port 6
Gb full-height
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
57C4
Any
See PCIe2 RAID SAS
Adapter Dual-port 6
Gb LP (FC ESA2;
CCIN 57C4).
PCIe2 RAID SAS
adapter dual-port 6
Gb low-profile
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D20
A PCIe2 1.8 GB cache RAID SAS adapter tri-port 6 Gb adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2D20
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
PCIe2 1.8 GB cache
RAID SAS adapter
tri-port 6 Gb adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D24
An Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2D24
5888, EDR1
See System parts.
Enclosure RAID
module
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C2
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 2D25
An embedded SAS adapter might be failing.
All failing items listed in the following table for a specific type and model must be replaced at the same
time. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
57C7
8202-E4C,
8205-E6C,
8231-E1C,
8231-E2C,
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8202-E4D,
8205-E6D,
8231-E1D,
8231-E2D
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D26
An embedded SAS RAID adapter might be failing.
All failing items listed in the following table for a specific type and model must be replaced at the same
time. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BCF
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cache battery card
Un-P1-C14
57CB
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2BCF
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cache battery card
Un-P1-C13
57CB
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D27
A RAID storage controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2B4F
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
RAID storage
controller
Un-P1-C19
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 2D28
The RAID and cache storage controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2B4C
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
RAID and cache
storage controller
Un-P1-C19
2B4C
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
RAID and cache
storage controller
Un-P1-C18
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D3
The problem is in the service processor card.
The FRU part number is 10N8752.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D4
The problem is a system/SP interface logic problem (I/O backplane or system backplane).
For the FRU part number, see the service information for the unit on which you are working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D40
A 3Gb PCIe RAID and SSD SAS adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
57CD
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
3Gb PCIe RAID and
SSD SAS adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D5
The problem is a service processor to primary I/O bus problem.
Replace the I/O backplane. The FRU part number is 42R7352.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D6
The problem is a service processor card.
Replace the service processor card. The FRU part number is 10N8752.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D7
The problem is in the operator panel.
The FRU part number is 39J3272.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2D9
The problem is in the power controller.
Replace the I/O backplane. The FRU part number is 42R7352.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E0
The problem is in the fan sensor.
Replace the I/O backplane. The FRU part number is 42R7352.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E01
The 10 Gb Ethernet-SR PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E01
Any
10N9033
10 Gb Ethernet-SR
PCIe adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 2E02
The 10 Gb Ethernet-LR PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E02
Any
10N9034
10 Gb Ethernet-LR
PCIe adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E03
The 10 Gb Ethernet-SR PCIe host bus adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E03
Any
10N9505
10 Gb Ethernet-SR
PCIe host bus adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E04
The 10 Gb Ethernet-CX4 PCIe host bus adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2E04
Any
46K6696
10 Gb Ethernet-CX4
Un-Px-Cx
PCIe host bus adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 2E08
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E08
Any
See PCIe2 2x10GbE
SFP+ Copper 2x1GbE
UTP Adapter (FC
5279 and FC 5745).
PCIe2 2 x 10 Gb
Ethernet and 2 x 1 Gb
Ethernet UTP
Adapter
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Location code
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Failing function code 2E0B
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E0B
Any
See PCIe2 2x10GbE
SR 2x1GbE UTP
Adapter (FC 5280 and
FC 5744).
PCIe2 2 x 10 Gb
Ethernet and 2 x 1 Gb
Ethernet UTP
Adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 2E1
The problem is a thermal sensor.
Replace the operator (control) panel. The FRU part number is 39J3272.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E12
The Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E12
Any
46C7006
8 Gb Fibre Channel
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E17
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E17
Any
See PCIe2 LP 8 Gb
4-port Fibre Channel
Adapter (FC ENOY).
PCIe2 low-profile 8
Gb 4-port Fibre
Channel adapter (FC
ENOY)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 2E2
The problem is a voltage sensor problem.
Replace the system backplane. The FRU part number is 03N6902.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E20
A 10 Gb PCIe FCoE CNA slot Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E20
Any
See System parts.
10 Gb PCIe FCoE
CNA slot Fibre
Channel adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E22
A 10 Gb PCIe FCoE CNA slot Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E22
Any
See System parts.
10 Gb PCIe FCoE
CNA slot Ethernet
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E24
A PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb FCoE SR and 2-port 1 Gb RJ45 Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E24
Any
See PCIe2 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0H;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
full-height adapter
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Location code
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E24
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0J;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
low-profile adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E26
A PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb FCoE SR and 2-port 1 Gb RJ45 Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E26
Any
See PCIe2 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0H;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
full-height adapter
2E26
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0J;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
low-profile adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E3
The problem is in the serial port controller.
Replace the service processor card. The FRU part number is 10N8752.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E30
A 10 Gb Ethernet-SR PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2E30
Any
74Y2094
10 Gb Ethernet-SR
PCIe adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 2E31
A 10 Gb twinaxial Ethernet PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2E31
Any
74Y2095
10 Gb twinaxial
Un-Px-Cx
Ethernet PCIe adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E38
An Ethernet PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
2B57
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 00E0784
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
Description
Location code
2 x 1 Gb and 2 x 10
Gb optical Ethernet
adapter
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Failing function code 2E39
An Ethernet PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
2B56
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 00E0778
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
Description
Location code
2 x 1 Gb and 2 x 10
Gb twinaxial Ethernet
adapter
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Failing function code 2E3B
An Ethernet PCIe adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
74
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2B56
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 00E0778
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
2 x 1 Gb and 2 x 10
Gb twinaxial Ethernet
adapter
2B57
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 00E0784
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
2 x 1 Gb and 2 x 10
Gb optical Ethernet
adapter
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Failing function code 2E4
The problem is in the JTAG/COP controller.
Replace the service processor. The FRU part number is 10N8752.
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Failing function code 2E41
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E41
Any
See PCIe2 LP 4-port
1GbE Adapter (FC
5260).
PCIe2 LP 4-port 1
GbE adapter (FC
5260)
Location code
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Failing function code 2E54
A PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb FCoE SR and 2-port 1 Gb RJ45 Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E54
Any
See PCIe2 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0H;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
full-height adapter
2E54
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0J;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
low-profile adapter
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
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Failing function code 2E55
A PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb FCoE SR and 2-port 1 Gb RJ45 Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E55
Any
See PCIe2 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0H;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
full-height adapter
2E55
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0J;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
low-profile adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E56
A PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb FCoE SR and 2-port 1 Gb RJ45 Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E56
Any
See PCIe2 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0H;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
full-height adapter
2E56
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0J;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
low-profile adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E57
A PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb FCoE SR and 2-port 1 Gb RJ45 Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
2E57
Any
See PCIe2 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0H;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
full-height adapter
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Location code
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2E57
Any
See PCIe2 LP 2x10Gb
FCoE 2x1GbE SFP+
Adapter (FC EN0J;
CCIN 2B93).
PCIe2 2-port 10 Gb
FCoE SR and 2-port 1
Gb RJ45 Ethernet
low-profile adapter
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Failing function code 2E58
An integrated multifunction card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and
model
Part number
Description
2C4D
Any
74Y3843
Dual 10 Gb optical and dual
10GBase-T Ethernet integrated
multifunction card (FC EN11)
Location code
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Failing function code 2E59
An integrated multifunction card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and
model
Part number
Description
2C4D
Any
74Y3843
Dual 10 Gb optical and dual
10GBase-T Ethernet integrated
multifunction card (FC EN11)
Location code
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Failing function code 2E5E
An integrated multifunction card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and
model
Part number
Description
2C4C
Any
74Y3832
Dual 10 Gb copper and dual
10GBase-T Ethernet integrated
multifunction card (FC EN10)
Location code
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77
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Failing function code 2E60
An integrated multifunction card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and
model
Part number
Description
2C4C
Any
74Y3832
Dual 10 Gb copper and dual
10GBase-T Ethernet integrated
multifunction card (FC EN10)
Location code
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Failing function code 2E6
The problem is in a PCI differential ultra SCSI controller.
For the failing FRU part number, see the following table.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
2E6
Part number
Description
Location code
See Managing PCI
SCSI PCI adapter
adapters for FRU part
numbers
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E63
A GX++ 2-port 16 Gb Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2B9B
9119-FHB
See 9119-FHB system
parts.
GX++ 2-port 16 Gb
Fibre Channel
adapter
Un-Px-Cx
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Failing function code 2E7
The problem is a generic PCI SCSI adapter.
To determine the FRU part number, check the system unit or expansion unit for SCSI PCI adapters.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 2E8
The problem is in a processor card.
To determine the FRU part number, check the system unit for installed processor cards.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 301
The problem is in system memory.
Go to the service information for the system on which you are working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 303
The problem is in system memory.
Go to the service information for the system on which you are working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 304
The problem is in system memory.
Go to the service information for the system on which you are working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 305
The problem is in system memory.
To determine the FRU part number, go to the service information for the system on which you are
working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 306
The problem is a remote I/O (RIO) cable.
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To determine the FRU part number, go to the service information for the system on which you are
working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 30A
The problem is in system memory.
To determine the FRU part number, go to the service information for the system on which you are
working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 30B
The problem is in system memory.
To determine the FRU part number, go to the service information for the system on which you are
working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 440
The problem is a 9.1 GB ultra SCSI disk drive (no carrier).
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
440
Any
25L3101
9.1 GB ultra SCSI
Un-Px-Dx
disk drive (no carrier)
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Failing function code 441
The problem is an 18.2 GB ultra SCSI disk drive (no carrier).
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
441
Any
25L3100
18.2 GB ultra SCSI
Un-Px-Dx
disk drive (no carrier)
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Failing function code 442
The problem is a 9.1 GB ultra LVD SCSI disk drive.
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
442
Any
09L3117
9.1 GB ultra LVD
SCSI disk drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 443
The problem is an 18.2 GB ultra LVD SCSI disk drive.
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
443
Any
09L3118
18.2 GB ultra LVD
SCSI disk drive
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 444
The problem is a 2-port multiprotocol PCI adapter (ASIC).
The FRU part number is 00P5920.
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Failing function code 445
The problem is a 146.8 GB 15,000 rpm 80–pin U320 SCSI bolt in disk drive.
The FRU part number is 80P3911.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 446
The problem is a 300 GB 10,000 rpm 58–pin U320 SCSI bolt in disk drive.
The FRU part number is 80P3157.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 447
The problem is a PCI 64-bit Fibre Channel adapter.
The FRU part number is 80P4384.
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Failing function code 451
The problem is a 73.4 GB 15,000 rpm Ultra3 SCSI disk drive and carrier.
The FRU part number is 03N6345 or 03N5280.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 453
The problem is a 146.8 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI disk drive and carrier.
The FRU part number is 00P3837, 00P2669, or 03N6330.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 458
The problem is a 36 GB DAT tape drive.
The FRU part number is 71P9163.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 459
The problem is a 36 GB DAT72 tape drive.
The FRU part number for the 36/72 GB 4 mm DAT72 SAS tape drive is 23R2530.
The FRU part number for the 36/72 GB 4 mm DAT72 LVD tape drive is 95P1988.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 541
The problem is a 40 GB tape drive.
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
541
7205-440, 7337-360
19P2042, 19P1629
40 GB tape drive
Location code
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Failing function code 542
The problem is a tape drive.
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
542
7208-345, 7334-410
19P0708, 19P0207
60 GB tape drive
Location code
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Failing function code 56B
The problem is a 36.4 GB 15,000 rpm disk drive.
The FRU part number is 07N6777.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 56D
The problem is a 36.4 GB 15,000 rpm ultra3 SCSI disk drive and carrier.
The FRU part number is 80P3161 or 00P2697.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 57B
The problem is a 73.4 GB 10,000 rpm, 68-pin Ultra LVD SCSI disk drive.
The FRU part number is 09P4882 07N3172, 00P3069, 80P3153, or 80P3397.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
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Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 57D
The problem is a 73.4 GB 10,000 rpm, 80-pin SCSI disk drive and carrier.
The FRU part number is 09P3928 or 09P4890.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 58B
The problem is a 9.1 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI disk drive and carrier.
The FRU part number is 09P4874 or 09P3921.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 58D
The problem is a 18.2 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI disk drive and carrier.
The FRU part number is 00P3829 or 00P3064.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 59B
The problem is a 36.4 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI disk drive and carrier.
The FRU part number is 00P3831 or 00P3068.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code 601
The problem is a 9.1 GB LVD 68-pin SCSI disk drive.
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
601
Any
07N3675, 03N3873,
31L8768
9.1 GB LVD 68-pin
Un-Px-Dx
SCSI disk drive, 9.1
GB LVD 68-pin drive
and carrier (U2), 9.1
GB LVD 68-pin drive
and carrier (SP)
Note: The FRU part
numbers are
interchangeable.
Order the FRU part
number that matches
the FRU part number
you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 60B
The problem is a 18.2 GB LVD 10,000 rpm, 68-pin SCSI disk drive.
The FRU part number is 07N4813, 09P4429, 07N3174, 00P3061, or 80P3149.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 613
The problem is a 8 mm 80 GB VXA-2 tape device.
The FRU part number is 95P1871.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 61B
The problem is a 36.4 GB 10,000 rpm, 80-pin SCSI disk drive.
The FRU part number is 07N4833, 09P4443, 07N3177, 00P3067, or 80P3152.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 61D
The 36.4 GB 10,000 rpm drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
61D
Any
00P1519
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm
drive and carrier
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 61E
The 18.2 GB 10,000 rpm drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
61E
Any
00P1511
18.2 GB 10,000 rpm
drive and carrier
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 621
The problem is a 9.1 GB LVD 80-pin drive and carrier (U2).
The FRU part number is 03N3301.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 623
The problem is an 18.2 GB LVD 68-pin SCSI disk drive.
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
623
Any
07N3674, 03N3874,
31L8770
18.2 GB LVD 68-pin
SCSI disk drive, 18.2
GB LVD 68-pin drive
and carrier (U2), 18.2
GB LVD 68-pin drive
and carrier (SP)
Un-Px-Dx
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 624
The problem is an 18.2 GB LVD 80-pin drive and carrier (U2).
The FRU part number is 03N3302.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 62D
The 9.1 GB 10,000 rpm, 68-pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
62D
Any
09P4868, 07N3179,
80P3148
9.1 GB 10,000 rpm,
68-pin SCSI disk
drive
Location code
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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Failing function code 62E
The 9.1 GB 10,000 rpm drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
62E
Any
00P1508
9.1 GB 10,000 rpm
drive and carrier
Location code
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Failing function code 636
The problem is a TURBOWAYS 622 Mbps PCI MMF ATM adapter.
The FRU part number is 53P1942.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
87
Failing function code 637
The problem is a dual channel PCI-2 ultra2 SCSI adapter.
The FRU part number is 03N3606.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 638
The problem is a 4.5 GB 16-bit Ultra SCSI SE disk drive.
The FRU part number is 22L0027.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 639
The problem is a 9.1 GB ultra SCSI disk drive (68-pin).
See the following table for the FRU part number.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
639
Any
34L2232, 08L1155,
06H9389, 06H7691,
1147429
9.1 GB ultra SCSI
disk drive (68-pin)
spacer tray ID cable
screw
Un-Px-Dx
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Failing function code 63A
The 9.1 GB 10,000 rpm, 68-pin SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
63A
Any
09P4868, 07N3179,
80P3148
9.1 GB 10,000 rpm,
68-pin SCSI disk
drive
Location code
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
88
Failing function code 63B
The problem is a 9.1 GB 10,000 rpm, 80-pin SCSI disk drive.
The FRU part number is 07N4853.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 63C
The problem is a 18.2 GB LVD 10,000 rpm, 68-pin SCSI disk drive.
The FRU part number is 07N4813, 09P4429, 07N3174, 00P3061, or 80P3149.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 63D
The problem is a disk drive failure.
Go to the service information for the system on which you are working.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 63E
The problem is a 36.4 GB 10,000 rpm, 68-pin SCSI disk drive.
The FRU part number is 07N4803, 09P4439, 07N3173, 00P3065, or 80P3151.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 63F
The problem is a 36.4 GB 10,000 rpm, 80-pin SCSI disk drive.
The FRU part number is 07N4833, 09P4443, 07N3177, 00P3067, or 80P3152.
Note: The FRU part numbers are interchangeable. Order the FRU part number that matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
89
Failing function code 640
The 9.1 GB Ultra SCSI disk drive (80-pin) might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
640
Any
34L2233
9.1 GB ultra SCSI
disk drive (80-pin)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 643
The 18.2 GB Ultra LVD SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
643
Any
09L3116
18.2 GB ultra LVD
SCSI disk drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 644
The 36.2 GB Ultra LVD SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
644
Any
09L3339
36.2 GB ultra LVD
SCSI disk drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 646
The high-speed token-ring PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
646
Any
03N3554
High-speed
token-ring PCI
adapter
90
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 64A
The 9.1 GB 10,000 rpm drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
64A
Any
00P1508
9.1 GB 10,000 rpm
drive and carrier
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 64B
The 9.1 GB LVD 80-pin drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
64B
Any
00P1517
9.1 GB LVD 80-pin
drive and carrier
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 64C
The 18.2 GB 10,000 rpm drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
64C
Any
00P1511
18.2 GB 10,000 rpm
drive and carrier
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 64D
The 18.2 GB LVD 80-pin drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
64D
Any
00P1520
18.2 GB LVD 80-pin
drive and carrier
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
91
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 64E
The 36.4 GB 10,000 rpm drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
64E
Any
00P1514
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm
drive and carrier
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 64F
The 36.4 GB 10,000 rpm drive and carrier might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
64F
Any
00P1519
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm
drive and carrier
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 650
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
650
Any
See note.
Unknown disk drive
Location code
Note: This FFC indicates that the disk drive could not be configured correctly. Refer to the disk drive
FRU part number.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 653
The 18.2 GB ultra-SCSI 16-bit disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
92
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
653
Any
59H6923
18.2 GB ultra-SCSI
16-bit disk drive
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 655
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
655
Any
11K0313
GXT130P PCI
graphics adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 657
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
657
Any
07L7495
GXT2000P 3D
graphics adapter PCI
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 65A
See failing function code 67E.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 65B
This failing function code is no longer used.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 65E
See failing function code 254A.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
93
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Failing function code 65F
See failing function code 254B.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 662
This failing function code is not supported on the system. Continue with the next FRU in the failing item
list.
Failing function code 663
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
663
87H3734
IBM ARTIC960RxD
PCI adapter (base
card)
663
47L8851
IBM ARTIC960RxF
adapter
663
09J8829
IBM ARTIC960 Quad
T1/E1 adapter
(daughter card)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 664
The SCSI-2 CD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
664
Any
04N2967
SCSI-2 CD-ROM
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 667
The PCI 3-channel ultra2 SCSI RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
94
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
667
Any
01K7396
PCI 3-channel ultra2
SCSI RAID adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 669
The PCI Gb Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
669
Any
41L6396
PCI Gigabit Ethernet
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 66A
The keyboard/mouse USB PCI attachment card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
66A
Any
09P2470
Keyboard/mouse
USB PCI attachment
card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 66C
The 10/100/1000 base-T Ethernet PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
66C
Any
00P1690
10/100/1000 base-T
Ethernet PCI adapter
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
95
Failing function code 66D
The PCI 4-channel Ultra3 SCSI RAID adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
66D
Any
37L6892
PCI 4-channel ultra3
SCSI RAID adapter
(base card only)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 66E
The DVD-RAM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
66E
Any
04N5967
4.7 GB DVD-RAM
drive, black bezel
66E
Any
04N5968
4.7 GB DVD-RAM
drive, white bezel
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 670
18.2 GB SCSI 80–pin SCA driver configuration.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 671
9.1 GB SCSI 80–pin SCA driver configuration.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 672
9.1 GB SCSI differential drive configuration.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
96
Failing function code 673
The 18.2 GB differential SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
673
Any
59H6925
18.2 GB differential
SCSI disk drive
Location code
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Failing function code 674
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
®
674
Any
31L7567
ESCON channel PCI
adapter assembly
674
Any
39H8084
IBM ARTIC960Rx PCI
base adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 675
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
675
Any
87H3427
IBM ARTIC960Hx
PCI base adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 677
The PCI 32-bit Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
677
Any
09P1173
PCI 32-Bit Fibre
Channel adapter
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
97
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 678
The 12 GB 4 mm SCSI tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
678
Any
59H3879
12 GB 4 mm SCSI
tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 679
The 4.5 GB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
679
Any
83H7105
4.5 GB SCSI disk
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 67B
The cryptographic coprocessor card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
67B
Any
See Managing PCI
adapters.
PCI cryptographic
coprocessor card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 67E
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
67E
Any
03N5853
GXT135P PCI
graphics adapter
98
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 681
The 9.1 GB Ultra-SCSI 16-bit drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
681
Any
59H6926
9.1 GB ultra-SCSI
16-bit drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 682
The CD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
682
Any
93H8055
20X (MAX) SCSI-2
CD-ROM drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 683
The 2105 might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
683
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
2105 - all models
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Failing function code 684
The remote asynchronous note might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
99
684
Any
93H6563
Enhanced remote
asynchronous node,
16-Port RS-422
684
Any
93H7091
Power supply, remote
async node
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Failing function code 685
The video accelerator adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
685
Any
93H2534
GXT120P 2D video
accelerator adapter
PCI
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 686
The 8-port asynchronous EIA-232/RS-422 adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
686
Any
93H6541
8-port asynchronous
EIA-232/RS-422
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 687
The 128-port asynchronous controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
687
Any
93H6545
128-port
asynchronous
controller
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
100
Failing function code 689
The 4.5 GB 16-bit Ultra SCSI SE disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
689
Any
83H7105
4.5 GB 16-bit ultra
SCSI SE disk drive
689
Any
93H9005
4.5 GB 16-bit ultra
SCSI SE disk drive
assembly
Location code
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Failing function code 68C
The 20 GB 4 mm tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
68C
Any
19P0802
20 GB 4 mm tape
drive
Location code
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Failing function code 68E
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
68E
Any
00P2368
GXT6000P graphics
adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 690
The 9.1 GB 16-bit Ultra SCSI SE disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
690
Any
76H2698
9.1 GB 16-bit ultra
SCSI SE disk drive
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
101
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Failing function code 691
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
691
Any
93H5513
TURBOWAYS 25
ATM PCI adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 692
A tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
692
Any
59H3121
7205-311 35 GB DLT
tape drive
692
Any
59H3569
3447-105 35 GB DLT
tape drive
692
Any
59H3569
3447-106 35 GB DLT
tape drive
692
Any
59H3570
7337-305 35 GB DLT
tape drive
692
Any
59H3570
7337-306 35 GB DLT
tape drive
Location code
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Failing function code 693
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
693
Any
93H5839
Eicon ISDN DIVA
PRO 2.0 PCI S/T
adapter for PowerPC®
system
102
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 697
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
697
Any
21H3890
TURBOWAYS 155
PCI MMF ATM
adapter (1 MB)
Location code
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Failing function code 698
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
698
Any
21H7977
TURBOWAYS 155
PCI UTP ATM
adapter (1 MB)
Location code
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Failing function code 699
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
699
Any
94H0385
3Com Fast EtherLink
XL PCI 10/100
Ethernet for PowerPC
Microprocessor-based
Systems
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 69B
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
103
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
69B
Any
21P4106
64-bit/66 MHz PCI
ATM MMF adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 69D
An adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
69D
Any
21P4112
64-bit/66 MHz PCI
ATM 155 UTP
adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 6C9
A SCSI DVD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
6C9
Any
53P2799
SCSI DVD-ROM
drive
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 6CC
An SSA drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
6CC
Any
59H6259
4.5 GB SSA drive
(DCHC/DGHC) in a
blue-handled carrier
6CC
Any
21H8734
9.1 GB 1.6-inch SSA
drive (DCHC) in a
blue-handled carrier
6CC
Any
05J6446
9.1 GB 1.0-inch SSA
drive (DGHC) in a
blue-handled carrier
104
Location code
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Failing function code 700
The 1.1 GB 8-bit SE disk drive assembly might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
700
Any
74G6995
1.1 GB 8-bit SE disk
drive assembly
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 701
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
701
Any
74G7006
1.1 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive assembly
701
Any
06H8631
Tray assembly
701
Any
06H7691
4 position ID cable
701
Any
27H0380
Electronics card
assembly
Location code
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Failing function code 702
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
702
Any
74G7009
1.1 GB 16-bit DE disk
drive assembly
702
Any
74G7015
Electronics card
assembly
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
105
Failing function code 703
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
703
Any
74G6996
2.2 GB 8-bit SE disk
drive
703
Any
74G6998
Electronics card
assembly
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 704
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
704
Any
74G8824
2.2 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive assembly
704
Any
74G7007
2.2 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive unit
704
Any
06H8631
Tray assembly
704
Any
06H7691
4 position ID cable
704
Any
27H0380
Electronics card
assembly
Location code
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Failing function code 705
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
705
Any
74G7010
2.2 GB 16-bit DE disk
drive assembly
705
Any
74G7015
Electronics card
assembly
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
106
Failing function code 706
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
706
Any
74G7008
4.5 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive
706
Any
74G8825
4.5 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive assembly
706
Any
06H8631
Tray assembly
706
Any
06H7691
4 position ID cable
706
Any
27H0380
Electronics card
assembly
Location code
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Failing function code 707
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
707
Any
74G7011
4.5 GB 16-bit DE disk
drive assembly
707
Any
74G7015
Electronics card
assembly
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 709
The 128-port ISA adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Any
73H3384
128-port ISA adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 711
The adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
107
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
711
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 713
The adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
711
Any
87H3427
IBM ARTIC960Hx
PCI base adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 716
The system memory might be failing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 717
The Ethernet adapter is being configured.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 721
The SCSI device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
721
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown SCSI
device
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
108
Failing function code 722
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Any
Description
Location code
Unknown disk drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 723
The CD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
723
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown CD-ROM
drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 724
The tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
724
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown tape drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 725
The display might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
725
Any
96G2130
P50 display, 15-inch,
northern hemisphere
725
Any
96G2699
P50 display, 15-inch,
southern hemisphere
725
Any
96G3020
P70 display, 17-inch,
northern hemisphere
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
109
725
Any
96G2150
P70 display, 17-inch,
southern hemisphere
725
Any
21L4570
P72 display, 17-inch,
northern (white)
725
Any
21L4571
P72 display, 17-inch,
northern (black)
725
Any
61H0215
P72 display, 17-inch,
southern (white)
725
Any
61H0216
P72 display, 17-inch,
southern (black)
725
Any
61H0412
P92 display, 19-inch,
northern (white)
725
Any
61H0223
P92 display, 19-inch,
northern (black)
725
Any
61H0224
P92 display, 19-inch,
southern (white)
725
Any
61H0225
P92 display, 19-inch,
southern (black)
725
Any
96G2701
P200 display, 20-inch,
northern hemisphere
725
Any
96G3049
P200 display, 20-inch,
southern hemisphere
725
Any
60H0233
P202 display, 21-inch,
northern (white)
725
Any
60H0234
P202 display, 21-inch,
northern (black)
725
Any
60H0235
P202 display, 21-inch,
southern (white)
725
Any
60H0236
P202 display, 21-inch,
southern (black)
725
Any
Unknown adapter
type
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Failing function code 726
The input device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
726
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown input
device
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
110
Failing function code 727
The async device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
727
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown async
device
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 728
The device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
728
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown parallel
device
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 730
The diskette drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
730
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown diskette
drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 733
The 140 GB 8 mm tape library might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
733
Any
59H3161
140 GB 8 mm tape
library
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
111
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 734
The CD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
734
Any
73H1513
Quad Speed SCSI-2
600 MB CD-ROM
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 736
The keyboard and speaker cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
736
Any
Located on the
underside of the
keyboard
Quiet touch keyboard
and speaker cable
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 741
The disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
741
Any
52G0124
1.08 GB SCSI-2 disk
drive (1-inch high)
741
Any
06H8631
8-bit tray assembly
Location code
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Failing function code 742
The T2 PCI Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
112
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
742
Any
11H8128
T2 PCI Ethernet
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 745
The tape cartridge auto loader might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
745
7332-005
Service
documentation for
this device supplies
the FRU part
numbers.
16 GB DDS-2 tape
cartridge auto loader
Any
Service
documentation for
this device supplies
the FRU part
numbers.
48 GB DDS-3 tape
cartridge auto loader
Location code
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Failing function code 746
The SCSI-2 fast/wide PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
746
Any
73H3562
SCSI-2 Fast/Wide PCI
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 747
The SCSI-2 differential fast/wide PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
747
Any
93H8407
SCSI-2 differential
fast/wide PCI
adapter
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
113
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 749
The 8 mm tape library might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
749
7331 model 205
For FRU numbers,
see the service
documentation for
this device.
8 mm tape library
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 74A
The SCSI-2 fast/wide PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
74A
Any
93H4808
SCSI-2 Fast/Wide PCI
adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 750
The token-ring PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
750
Any
04H8098
Auto LANStreamer
Token-Ring PCI
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 751
The adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
114
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
751
Any
08L1319
SCSI 32-bit SE F/W
RAID adapter
751
Any
06H6036
SCSI RAID cable (1.0
m)
751
Any
52G4233
SCSI RAID cable (2.5
m)
751
Any
40H7351
SCSI RAID cable (6.0
m)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 757
The SCSI 13 GB 1/4-inch tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
757
Any
87G4858
SCSI 13 GB 1/4-inch
tape drive
Location code
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Failing function code 759
The 1080 MB disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
759
Any
87G8976
1080 MB disk drive
Location code
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Failing function code 763
The adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
763
Any
31L7847
SP switch MX
adapter
763
Any
46H9688
Wrap plug
763
Any
77G0818
Terminator
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
115
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Failing function code 764
The adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
764
Any
08L0398
SP system attachment
adapter
764
Any
46H9688
Wrap plug
764
Any
77G0818
Terminator
Location code
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Failing function code 772
The 4.5 GB 16-bit SCSI F/W disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
772
Any
83H7105
4.5 GB 16-bit SCSI
F/W disk drive
Location code
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Failing function code 773
The 9.1 GB 16-bit SCSI F/W disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
773
Any
76H2698
9.1 GB 16-bit SCSI
F/W disk drive
Location code
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Failing function code 774
The 9.1 GB external SCSI DE disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
116
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
774
Any
27H1677
9.1 GB external SCSI
DE disk drive
Location code
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Failing function code 775
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
775
Any
93H5107
MVP Power graphics
adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 776
The token-ring adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
776
Any
93H6594
PCI token-ring
adapter
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 777
The 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
777
Any
94H0823
10/100 Base-TX
Ethernet PCI adapter
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
117
Failing function code 778
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
778
Any
24L0030
POWER GXT3000P
3D graphics adapter
PCI
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 77B
The 4-port 10/100 Ethernet Tx PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
77B
Any
03N3952
4-port 10/100
Ethernet Tx PCI
adapter
77B
Any
09P1421
4-port 10/100
Ethernet Tx PCI
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 77C
A 1 GB 16 bit SE SCSI disk drive is being configured.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 780
The X.25 interface coprocessor adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
780
Any
40H1937
X.25 interface
coprocessor adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
118
Failing function code 781
The coprocessor multiport adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
781
Any
84F7540
Coprocessor
multiport adapter,
model 2 (daughter)
Note: Replace the
daughter card before
replacing the base
card.
781
Any
33F8967
Coprocessor
multiport adapter,
model 2 (base)
Location code
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Failing function code 783
The 24/48 GB DDS-2 4 mm tape autoloader might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
783
Any
76H0473
24/48 GB DDS-2
4 mm tape
autoloader (vertical
orientation)
783
Any
76H0474
24/48 GB DDS-2
4 mm tape
autoloader (horizontal
orientation)
783
Any
41H8714
tape magazine
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 784
The 2.1 GB SCSI-2 disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
784
Any
93H7151
2.1 GB 8-bit SCSI-2
disk drive
784
Any
93H7152
2.1 GB 16-bit SCSI-2
disk drive
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
119
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Failing function code 785
The 8-port ISA async EIA-232/RS-422 adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
785
Any
40H6632
8-port ISA Async
EIA-232/RS-422
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 786
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
786
Any
93H6264
GXT250P
high-performance
graphics adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 787
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
787
Any
94H0028
GXT500P graphics
adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 788
The video capture adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
120
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
788
Any
07L9009
Ultimedia video
capture adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 789
The external 2.6 GB rewritable optical disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
789
Any
50G0212
External 2.6 GB
rewritable optical
disk drive
Location code
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Failing function code 78B
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
78B
Any
00P2429
POWER GXT4000P
graphics adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 78D
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
78D
Any
03N4169
GXT300P 2D graphics
adapter
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
121
Failing function code 790
The multibus integrated Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
790
Any
42R7352
Multibus integrated
Ethernet adapter
problem. Replace the
I/O backplane.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 791
The 2.2 GB 16-bit SE disk drive assembly might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
791
Any
74G8824
2.2 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive assembly
791
Any
74G7007
2.2 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive unit tray
assembly
791
Any
06H8631
Tray assembly
791
Any
06H7691
Four-position ID
cable
791
Any
27H0380
Electronics card
assembly
Location code
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Failing function code 792
The 4.5 GB 16-bit SE disk drive assembly might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
792
Any
83H7105
4.5 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive assembly
Location code
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122
Failing function code 793
The 9.1 GB 16-bit SE disk drive assembly might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
793
Any
76H2698
9.1 GB 16-bit SE disk
drive assembly
Location code
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Failing function code 795
The FDDI LPSAS adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
795
Any
73H3405
FDDI LPSAS adapter
(single fiber)
795
Any
73H3401
FDDI LPDAS adapter
(dual fiber)
795
Any
73H3413
FDDI UPSAS adapter
(single fiber)
Location code
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Failing function code 799
The 2-port multiprotocol PCI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
799
Any
93H6086
2-Port Multiprotocol
PCI adapter
799
Any
93H3662
2-Port Multiprotocol
PCI Wrap Plug
Location code
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Failing function code 7C0
The system backplane might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
123
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
7C0
Any
03N6902
Interface problem
between processor
and system. Replace
the system backplane.
Location code
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Failing function code 7C1
The system backplane might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
7C1
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Business audio
subsystem problem.
Replace the system
unit's system
backplane.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 804
The 8x speed SCSI-2 CD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
804
Any
73H2601
8x speed SCSI-2
CD-ROM drive
Location code
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Failing function code 806
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
806
Any
07L7113
GXT800P graphics
adapter
Location code
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124
Failing function code 807
The SCSI device enclosure might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
807
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
SCSI device enclosure
Note: If the resource
description on the
screen displays:
1. SES or SCSI
Enclosure Services
Device, use FFC
199.
2. SAFTE or SCSI
Accessed
Fault-Tolerant
Enclosure Device,
use FFC 2580.
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Failing function code 80C
The SSA adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
80C
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
SSA adapter problem.
See the SSA Adapters
User's Guide and
Maintenance
Information.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 811
The processor complex might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
811
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Processor complex
being identified
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
125
Failing function code 812
The adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
812
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Common standard
adapter logic problem
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
227.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 814
The NIO backplane might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
814
Any
11K0571
NIO backplane, 9076
and POWER3 SMP
high node
Location code
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Failing function code 815
Floating-point processor problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
815
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Floating-point
processor problem
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
210.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 816
Operator panel logic problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
126
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
816
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Operator panel logic
problem
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 817
The system backplane might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
817
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
System backplane.
For type, model, and
FRU information, see
FFC 221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 820
There might be an interprocessor-related testing problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Any
Description
Location code
Interprocessor-related
testing problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 821
There might be a standard keyboard adapter problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
127
821
Any
Standard keyboard
adapter problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 823
There might be a standard mouse adapter problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
823
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Standard mouse
adapter problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 824
There might be a standard tablet adapter problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Any
Description
Location code
Standard tablet
adapter problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 825
The NIO backplane might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
128
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
825
Any
11K0571
NIO backplane, 9076
and POWER3 SMP
high node
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Failing function code 826
There might be a system port 1 adapter problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
826
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
System port 1 adapter
problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 827
There might be a built-in parallel port adapter problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
827
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Built-in parallel port
adapter problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 828
There might be a standard diskette adapter problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
129
Any
Standard diskette
adapter problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 82C
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
82C
Any
11H6095
S15 graphics PCI
adapter
Location code
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Failing function code 830
The 8-port ISA adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
830
Any
11H5969
8-Port ISA adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 831
There might be a system port 2 adapter problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Any
130
Part number
Description
System port 2 adapter
problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 836
The 128-port async controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
836
Any
73H3384
128-port async
controller
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 837
The remote async node might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
837
Any
88G3842
Remote async node,
16-port EIA-232
enhanced remote
async node
837
Any
93H6549
Remote async node,
16-port EIA-232 rack
mounted node
837
Any
40H2589
Remote async node,
16-port EIA-232
power supply
837
Any
80P3869
Remote async node
Location code
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Failing function code 840
The PCI single-ended Ultra SCSI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
840
Any
93H3809
PCI single-ended
ultra SCSI adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
131
Failing function code 844
The SCSI subsystem controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
844
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
RAIDiant array SCSI
subsystem controller
Note: See the 7135
documentation.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 845
The SCSI 2.0 GB disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
845
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
RAIDiant array SCSI
2.0 GB disk drive
Note: See the 7135
documentation.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 846
The SCSI 1.3 GB disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
846
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
RAIDiant array SCSI
1.3 GB disk drive
Note: See the 7135
documentation.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 868
There might be an integrated SCSI I/O controller problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
132
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
868
Any
Integrated SCSI I/O
controller problem.
Note: For type,
model, and FRU
information, see FFC
221.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 887
This failing function code is not supported on the system. Continue with the next FRU in the failing item
list.
Failing function code 891
The SCSI adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
891
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Vendor SCSI adapter
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 892
The display adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
892
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Vendor display
adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 893
The LAN adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
893
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Vendor LAN adapter
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
133
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 894
The async communications adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
894
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Vendor async
communications
adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 899
There might be an atape problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
899
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Atape problem
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 89C
The CD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
89C
Any
73H1513
600 MB Double Speed
Tray-Loading
CD-ROM
Note: The 2x
CD-ROM drive is no
longer available. A 4x
CD-ROM drive will
be shipped as a
replacement.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
134
Failing function code 900
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
900
Any
93H7983
GXT110P graphics
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 901
The SCSI device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
901
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Vendor SCSI device
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 902
The display might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
902
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Vendor display
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 903
The async device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
903
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Vendor async device
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
135
Failing function code 904
The parallel device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
904
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Vendor parallel
device
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 905
The device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
905
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Other vendor device
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 908
The graphics accelerator attachment adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
908
Type and model
Any
Part number
93H2399
Description
Location code
™
POWER GXT1000
graphics accelerator
attachment adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 912
The 2.0 GB SCSI-2 DE disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
912
Any
86F0119
2.0 GB SCSI-2 DE
disk drive
136
Location code
912
Any
86F0125
Differential frame
electronics
Attention: Check
RETAIN for frame
electronics
availability. Replace
the complete drive
assembly whenever
possible. Replace the
logic card only when
the data on the disk
must be saved.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 913
The 1 GB DE disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
913
Any
6374682
1 GB DE disk drive,
half-height
913
Any
6374683
Differential frame
electronics
Location code
Attention: Check
RETAIN for frame
electronics
availability. Replace
the complete drive
assembly whenever
possible. Replace the
logic card only when
the data on the disk
must be saved.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 914
The 5 GB 8 mm SCSI DE tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
914
Any
16G8492
5 GB 8 mm SCSI DE
tape drive
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
137
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 915
The 4 GB or 8 GB 4 mm tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
915
Any
59H3481
4 GB or 8 GB 4 mm
tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 917
The 2.0 GB DE F/W disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
917
Any
86F0767
2.0 GB DE F/W disk
drive
Note: If the disk
drive is in a 7134
drawer, replace it
with FRU part
number 67G3022.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 918
The 2.0 GB 16-bit SCSI SE F/W disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
918
Any
86F0766
2.0 GB 16-bit SCSI SE
F/W disk drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 921
The keyboard might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
138
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
921
Any
1392090
101-key keyboard
921
Any
1394609
101-key keyboard
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 922
This failing function code is not supported on the system. Continue with the next FRU in the failing item
list.
Failing function code 923
The keyboard might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
923
Any
1392090
106-key international
keyboard problem
Location code
Keyboard, Chinese
923
Any
79F0167
106-key international
keyboard problem
Keyboard,
Japanese-Kanji
923
Any
66G0507
106-key international
keyboard problem
Japanese, Enhanced
923
Any
06H5286
106-key international
keyboard problem
Keyboard, Korean
923
Any
02G7353
106-key international
keyboard problem
Keyboard, Taiwanese
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Failing function code 925
The mouse might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
925
Any
93H9113
3-button mouse
925
Any
76H5084
3-button mouse
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
139
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 926
The tablet might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
926
Any
6247450
Tablet, 5083 model 21
926
Any
74F3130
Tablet, 6093 model 11
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 927
The tablet might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
927
Any
6247452
Tablet, 5083 model 22
927
Any
74F3140
Tablet, 6093 model 12
927
Any
93H7714
Tablet, 6093 model 21
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 929
The cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
929
Any
39F8227
Dials, 6094 model 10
cable, serial
attachment, power
929
Any
39F8302
Dials, 6094 model 10
cable, serial
attachment, power
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
140
Failing function code 930
The keyboard might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
930
Any
39F8226
Lighted program
function keyboard
(LPFK), 6094 model
20
930
Any
39F8302
Cable, serial
attachment, power
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 935
The diskette drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
935
Any
93F2361
1.44 MB 3.5-inch
white diskette drive
935
Any
76H4091
1.44 MB 3.5-inch
black diskette drive
935
Any
07L7814
1.44 MB 3.5-inch
diskette drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 938
The adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
141
Any
Serial HIPPI PCI
adapter
Note:
1. Use the number
printed above the
bar code to order
this part.
2. The FRU part
number of the
wrap plug that is
used for this
adapter is
21H3547.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 946
This failing function code is not supported on the system. Continue with the next FRU in the failing item
list.
Failing function code 947
The 1000 MB 16-bit disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
947
Any
84G3491
1000 MB, 16-bit disk
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 950
Unknown SCSI device is missing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
950
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown SCSI
device is missing.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
142
Failing function code 951
The 670 MB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
951
Any
53F3429
670 MB SCSI disk
drive
951
Any
6373521
Disk drive logic card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code 952
The 355 MB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
952
Any
53F3427
355 MB SCSI disk
drive
Note: Replace the
complete drive
whenever possible. If
extreme data saving
measures are
necessary, replace the
logic card.
952
Any
6373521
Logic card
Note: Replace the
complete drive
whenever possible. If
extreme data saving
measures are
necessary, replace the
logic card.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 953
The 320 MB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
143
953
Any
93X0961
320 MB SCSI disk
drive
Note: Replace the
complete drive
whenever possible.
Replace the logic card
only when the data
on the disk must be
saved.
953
Any
93X0901
Logic card and frame
assembly
Note: Replace the
complete drive
whenever possible.
Replace the logic card
only when the data
on the disk must be
saved.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 954
The 400 MB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
954
Any
00G1948
400 MB SCSI disk
drive
Note: Replace the
complete drive
whenever possible.
Replace the logic card
only when the data
on the disk must be
saved.
954
Any
73F8994
Logic card and frame
assembly
Note: Replace the
complete drive
whenever possible.
Replace the logic card
only when the data
on the disk must be
saved.
Location code
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144
Failing function code 955
The 857 MB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
955
Any
45G9502
857 MB SCSI disk
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 956
The 355 MB or 670 MB logic card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
956
Any
6373521
355 MB or 670 MB
logic card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 959
The 160 MB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
959
Any
81F8085
160 MB SCSI disk
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 960
The 1.37 GB SCSI disk drive assembly might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
145
960
Any
52G0061
1.37 GB SCSI disk
drive assembly
Note: Logic card
stocking is limited;
special ordering is
required. Check
RETAIN for logic
card availability.
Replace the complete
drive assembly when
possible. Replace the
logic card when the
data on the disk must
be saved.
960
Any
31G9756
Logic card
Note: Logic card
stocking is limited;
special ordering is
required. Check
RETAIN for logic
card availability.
Replace the complete
drive assembly when
possible. Replace the
logic card when the
data on the disk must
be saved.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 962
The machine type 3161 device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
962
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
A machine type 3161
device is attached.
Use device
documentation.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 963
The machine type 3163 device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
146
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
963
Any
A machine type 3163
device is attached.
Use device
documentation.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 964
The tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
964
Any
59H2839
20 GB 8 mm SE SCSI
tape drive (internal,
white)
964
Any
59H4120
20 GB 8 mm SE SCSI
tape drive (internal,
black)
964
Any
59H2835
20 GB 8 mm diff SCSI
tape drive (external,
white)
964
Any
59H2842
400 GB 8 mm diff
tape autoloader (No
LCD in bezel, white)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 966
The audio and video decoder adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
966
Any
93H2136
MediaStreamer audio
and video decoder
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 968
The 1 GB SCSI SE disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
147
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
968
Any
55F9902
1 GB SCSI SE disk
drive
Note: Check RETAIN
for frame logic card
availability. Replace
the complete drive
assembly when
possible. Replace the
logic card when the
data on the disk must
be saved.
968
Any
55F9909
Single-ended frame
electronics
Note: Check RETAIN
for frame logic card
availability. Replace
the complete drive
assembly when
possible. Replace the
logic card when the
data on the disk must
be saved.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 970
The 1/2-inch 9-track tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
970
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
1/2-inch 9-track tape
drive. Use device
documentation.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 971
The 150 MB 1/4-inch tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
971
Any
16G8423
150 MB 1/4-inch tape
drive
148
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 972
The 2.3 GB 8 mm tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
972
Any
16G8421
2.3 GB 8 mm tape
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 973
The SCSI tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
973
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Other SCSI tape drive
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 974
The CD-ROM drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
974
Any
88G3929
CD-ROM drive (type
A or type B bezel)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 980
The machine type 4216 device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
980
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Machine type 4216.
Use device
documentation.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
149
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 981
The 540 MB SCSI-2 Single-Ended disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
981
Any
51G8237
540 MB SCSI-2
Single-Ended disk
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 982
The machine type 3852 device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
982
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Machine type 3852.
Use device
documentation.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 983
The machine type 4201 device might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
983
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Machine type 4201.
Use device
documentation.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 984
The 1 GB 8-bit disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
150
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
984
Any
45G9467
1 GB 8-bit disk drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 986
The 2.4 GB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
986
Any
36G0454
2.4 GB SCSI disk
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 987
The 600 MB CD-ROM-2 disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
987
Any
73H1513
600 MB CD-ROM-2
disk drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 989
The 200 MB SCSI disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
989
Any
43G1842
200 MB SCSI disk
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 990
The 2.0 GB SCSI-2 SE disk drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
151
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
990
Any
86F0118
2.0 GB SCSI-2 SE disk
drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 991
The 525 MB 1/4-inch SCSI tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
991
Any
46G2700
525 MB 1/4-inch SCSI
tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 992
The machine type 5202 might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
992
5202
Part number
Description
Location code
Use the service
documentation for
the 5202.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 993
The machine type 5204 might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
993
5204
Part number
Description
Location code
Use the service
documentation for
the 5204.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
152
Failing function code 994
The 5 GB or 10 GB 8 mm internal tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
994
5202
59H3159
5 GB or 10 GB 8 mm
internal tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 995
The 1.2 GB 1/4-inch cartridge tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
995
Any
21H5155
1.2 GB 1/4-inch
cartridge tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 998
The 2.0 GB 4 mm SCSI tape drive might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
998
Any
8191193
2.0 GB 4 mm SCSI
tape drive
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code 999
The machine type 3514, 7137 disk array subsystems might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
999
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Machine type 3514,
7137 disk array
subsystems
Note: Refer to the
3514 or 7137
documentation.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
153
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B08
The Ethernet 10 base twisted-pair transceiver might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B08
Any
02G7431
Ethernet 10 base
twisted-pair
transceiver
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B09
The Ethernet/ISO 8802.3 transceiver might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B09
Any
02G7437
Ethernet/ISO 8802.3
transceiver (formerly
IEEE 802.3)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B10
There might be a thermal fuse problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B10
Any
03N6902
System board PTC
(thermal fuse)
Note: If a thermal
fuse has opened, it
should reset within
10 minutes after
turning the power off.
If the thermal fuse
does not reset, a
faulty device might
be drawing excessive
power through the
fuse.
154
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B31
The keyboard type is unknown.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
B31
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unknown keyboard
type
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B3A
An unidentifiable backplane is tied to a SCSI RAID adapter.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
B3A
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Unidentifiable
backplane tied to a
SCSI RAID adapter
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B54
The 128-port async controller cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B54
Any
43G0936
128-port async
controller cable, 0.2 m
(9 in.)
B54
Any
43G0937
128-port async
controller cable, 4.6 m
(15 ft)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
155
Failing function code B69
The coprocessor multiport adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B69
Any
33F8967
Coprocessor
multiport adapter,
model 2 (0 MB)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B71
The 8-port EIA-232-D multiport model 2 interface card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B71
Any
53F2612
8-Port EIA-232-D
multiport, model 2
interface card
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B72
The 8-port EIA-422-A multiport model 2 interface card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B72
Any
53F2615
8-Port EIA-422-A
multiport, model 2
interface card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B73
The 6-port V.35 multiport model 2 interface card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B73
Any
72F0164
6-port V.35 multiport,
model 2 interface
card
156
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B74
The 6-port V.21 multiport model 2 interface card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B74
Any
04G5500
6-Port V.21 multiport,
model 2 interface
card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B77
The coprocessor 1 MB memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B77
Any
53F2662
Coprocessor 1 MB
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code B81
The coprocessor multiport interface cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B81
Any
40F9897
Coprocessor
multiport interface
cable
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B82
The coprocessor multiport V.35 cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
157
B82
Any
71F0162
Coprocessor
multiport V.35 cable
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B83
The problem is a PCI 64-bit Fibre Channel adapter.
The FRU part number is 80P4384.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
B83
Any
71F0164
Coprocessor
multiport X.21 cable
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code B88
The SCSI I/O controller might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
158
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
B88
Any
Generic SCSI I/O
controller
Note:
1. If the failing FRU
for this FFC is
PCI(x), where x is
the PCI bus
number, 0, 1, and
so forth, see FFC
221.
2. Use the location
code to identify
the failing FRU. If
the failing FRU is
integrated on the
system backplane,
use FFC 221. If
the failing FRU is
not integrated on
the system
backplane, replace
the FRU identified
by its description
that is shown
with the location
code for SCSI and
SCSI-2 adapter.
Choose the FFC
for the
appropriate SCSI
I/O controller.
3. Check the SCSI
controller fuse or
PTC resistor
before exchanging
the system board.
See the SCSI-2
Single-Ended
adapter PTC
Failure Isolation
Procedure in the
SCSI service hints.
4. Check that the
SCSI disable
jumper is in the
enabled position.
5. Check the FRU
part number of
the installed
external
terminator. The
low density FRU
part number is
51G7736. The high
density FRU part
number is
51G7737.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
159
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Failing function code C11
The 2.4 GB SCSI disk drive assembly might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C11
Any
36G4280
2.4 GB SCSI disk
drive field repair
assembly
Note: The field repair
assembly includes
one disk drive, the
electronics backplane,
and the 5-1/4 inch
form-factor cage. The
remaining good drive
is removed from the
failed disk drive
assembly and
installed in the field
repair assembly to
create a complete
dual-disk drive
assembly. If saving
data is critical, try
installing the faulty
drive in place of one
of the two good
drives in the
now-complete field
repair assembly. If the
faulty drive operates
satisfactorily, the
problem was
probably in the
electronics backplane.
Location code
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Failing function code C22
The RJ-45 to DB25 converter cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C22
Any
94H0779
RJ-45 to DB25
converter cable kit
160
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C24
The fiber optic cable for the PCI Fibre Channel adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C24
Any
54G3384
Fiber optic cable for
PCI Fibre Channel
adapter (6.7 m)
C24
Any
55G3384
Fiber optic cable for
PCI Fibre Channel
adapter (12.8 m)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code C33
The GPSS card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C33
Any
73H4034
GPSS card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code C34
The RSS card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C34
Any
11H8490
RSS card (without
memory sockets)
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C35
The VOO card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
161
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C35
Any
65G4887
VOO card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C36
The attachment adapter cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C36
Any
65G4892
Attachment adapter
cable
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C44
The VOO or RSS crossover cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C44
Any
65G4894
VOO or RSS
crossover cable
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C45
The 12 MB VRAM memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C45
Any
65G4889
12 MB VRAM
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C46
The 16 MB VRAM memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
162
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C46
Any
65G4890
16 MB VRAM
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C47
The 16 MB DRAM memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C47
Any
65G4891
16 MB DRAM
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C48
The RSS and GPSS crossover card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C48
Any
65G4893
RSS and GPSS
crossover card
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C94
The 4 MB memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C94
Any
68X6356
IBM ARTIC960 4 MB
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
163
Failing function code C95
The 4-port selectable interface board might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C95
Any
87H3413
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
selectable interface
board
C95
Any
87H3428
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
T1/E1 interface card
C95
Any
87H3701
IBM ARTIC960Hx
DSP interface card
C95
Any
11K0790
IBM ARTIC960 quad
T1/E1 interface card
C95
Any
51H8702
IBM ARTIC960 PCI
adapter interface
board
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code C97
The wrap plug might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C97
Any
87H3502
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
T1/E1 interface card
wrap plug
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
C97
Any
87H3311
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
selectable interface
board wrap plug
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
C97
Any
5605670
ESCON wrap plug
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
164
Failing function code C98
The cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
C98
Any
87H3405
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
selectable EIA-232
cable
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
C98
Any
87H3396
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
selectable RS-449
cable
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
C98
Any
87H3408
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
selectable X.21 cable
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
C98
Any
87H3399
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
selectable V.35 cable
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
C98
Any
87H3402
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
selectable EIA-530
cable
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
C98
Any
87H3518
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
T1 RJ-45 cable
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
C98
Any
87H3515
IBM ARTIC960 4-port
E1 RJ-45 cable
Note: A wrap plug is
included with each
adapter and cable.
Location code
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Failing function code D01
There might be a L2 cache problem.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
165
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D01
Any
See System parts.
Generic L2 cache
problem. Replace the
processor card.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D06
The 64 port to 128 port converter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D06
Any
88G3650
64 Port to 128 port
converter kit (four to
a pack)
Note: The converter
part number is
88G3651.
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D08
The fan assembly might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D08
7134
88G5722
7134, dc fan assembly
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D46
The cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D46
Any
6339098
Token-ring 9-pin
D-shell cable, 3 m
(10 ft)
166
Location code
D46
Any
60G1063
Token-ring RJ-45 STP
cable, 3 m (10 ft)
Note: This cable is
not used with the
high-speed token-ring
PCI adapter.
D46
Any
93H8894
RJ-45 to 9-pin D-shell
token-ring conversion
cable
Note: This cable is
not used with the
high-speed token-ring
PCI adapter.
D46
Any
OEM cable
Standard UTP RJ-45
cable
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D50
The problem is with an internal disk signal cable.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
D50
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
See FFC 190.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D56
The printer and terminal serial cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D56
Any
10N6535
EIA-232E printer and
terminal serial cable
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D57
The 8-port multiport interface cable ISA async adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
167
D57
Any
07L9822
8-Port multiport
interface cable ISA
async adapter
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D59
The TP PCI Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D59
Any
93H7766
TP PCI Ethernet
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D60
The T2 PCI Ethernet adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D60
Any
93H1902
T2 PCI Ethernet
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D66
The machine type 7250 RSS card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D66
Any
11H4436
Machine type 7250,
RSS card (with
memory sockets)
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
168
Failing function code D67
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D67
Any
See System parts.
8 MB, ECC, 50 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D68
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D68
Any
See System parts.
16 MB, ECC, 50 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D69
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D69
Any
See System parts.
32 MB, ECC, 50 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D70
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D70
Any
See System parts.
64 MB, ECC, 50 nsec
memory module
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
169
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Failing function code D71
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D71
Any
42H2771
8 MB, ECC, 60 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D72
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D72
Any
42H2772
16 MB, ECC, 60 nsec
memory module
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D73
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D73
Any
42H2773
32 MB, ECC, 60 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D74
The system memory might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
170
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
D74
Any
System memory. See
the system unit
service information.
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D75
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D75
Any
See System parts.
8 MB, ECC, 70 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D76
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D76
Any
See System parts.
16 MB, ECC, 70 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D77
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
d77
Any
See System parts.
32 MB, ECC, 70 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
171
Failing function code D78
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D78
Any
See System parts.
64 MB, ECC, 70 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D83
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D83
Any
See System parts.
8 MB, parity, 50 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D84
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D84
Any
See System parts.
16 MB, parity, 50 nsec
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code D85
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D85
Any
See System parts.
32 MB, parity, 50 nsec
memory module
172
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D86
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D86
Any
See System parts.
64 MB, parity, 50 nsec
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code D87
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D87
Any
See System parts.
8 MB, parity, 60 nsec
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D88
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D88
Any
See System parts.
16 MB, parity, 60 nsec
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D89
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D89
Any
See System parts.
32 MB, parity, 60 nsec
memory module
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
173
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code D90
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D90
Any
See System parts.
64 MB, parity, 60 nsec
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D91
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D91
Any
See System parts.
8 MB, parity, 70 nsec
memory module
Location code
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additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D92
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D92
Any
See System parts.
16 MB, parity, 70 nsec
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
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Failing function code D93
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
174
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
D93
Any
See System parts.
32 MB, parity, 70 nsec
memory module
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Failing function code D94
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D94
Any
See System parts.
64 MB, ECC, 70 nsec
memory module
Location code
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Failing function code D95
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D95
Any
94H0029
GXT550P graphics
adapter
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code D96
The graphics adapter might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
D96
Any
93H6267
GXT255P
high-performance PCI
graphics adapter
Location code
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Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
175
Failing function code E10
The riser card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E10
73H4532
Riser card
E10
73H4532
Riser card
E10
23L8117
Riser card
E10
Location code
See FFC 227.
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E11
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E11
Any
See System parts.
128 MB, ECC, 50 nsec
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E12
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E12
Any
93H6821
128 MB, ECC, 60 nsec
memory module
E12
Any
93H6823
128 MB, ECC, 60 nsec
memory module
E12
Any
93H6822
128 MB, ECC, 60 nsec
memory module
E12
Any
93H4702
128 MB, ECC, 60 nsec
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code E13
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
E13
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
128 MB, ECC, 70 nsec
memory module
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E14
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
E14
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
128 MB, parity, 50
nsec memory module
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E15
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
E15
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
128 MB, parity, 60
nsec memory module
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E16
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
E16
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
128 MB, parity, 70
nsec memory module
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E17
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E17
Any
19H0288
Memory 16 MB
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E18
The memory module might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E18
Any
35H8751
Memory 64 MB
memory module
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E19
The power supply sensor failed.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E19
Any
See System parts.
Power supply sensor
failed I/O backplane
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E1A
The memory card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E1A
Any
23L7595 04N5011
4 GB memory card
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Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E22
The video cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
E22
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Video cable (generic)
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E23
The audio cable might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
E23
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
Audio cable (generic)
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E24
The resistor assembly might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E24
Any
94H0623
Resistor assembly
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E26
The power distribution card might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E26
Any
See System parts.
Power distribution
card
Location code
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E29
The cache might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E29
Any
09L2105
32 MB cache (located
on the LVD SCSI
RAID adapter)
(includes battery)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E2A
The cache might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E2A
Any
03N7031
128 MB cache, U.S.
(includes battery)
E2A
Any
19K0561
128 MB cache, Japan
(includes battery)
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code E30
The cache battery might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E30
Any
44H8429
32 MB cache battery
(located on the LVD
SCSI RAID adapter)
Location code
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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Failing function code E3A
The cache battery might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
E3A
Any
37L6903
128 MB cache battery,
U.S.
E3A
Any
00N9561
128 MB cache battery,
Japan
Location code
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procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code Exx
A firmware checkpoint error occurred.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Exx
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
(xx represents any
character) See the
Firmware Checkpoint
Three-Digit Error
Code section of the
service information.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Failing function code Fxx
A firmware checkpoint error occurred.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Fxx
Any
Part number
Description
Location code
(xx represents any
character) See the
Firmware Checkpoint
Three-Digit Error
Code section of the
service information.
Failing function code XXX
The 3-digit portion of the service request number (SRN) indicates the failing function code to service.
Use the 3-digit portion of the SRN to find the failing function code. See Failing function codes.
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Failing function code XXXX
The 4-digit portion of the service request number (SRN) indicates the failing function code to service.
Use the 4-digit portion of the SRN to find the failing function code. See Failing function codes.
Failing items
Failing items provide the information necessary to fix a problem identified by a system reference code
(SRC).
The failing items are listed in numerical order.
FI00015
FI00015 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00017
FI00017 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00020
FI00020 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00021
FI00021 indicates that the combined function I/O processor (CFIOP) is the failing item.
Note the CFIOP type and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00022
FI00022 indicates that the Licensed Internal Code for the service processor might be the failing item.
Ask your next level of support for assistance.
FI00040
FI00040 indicates that the backplane or a connection to the backplane might be failing.
See the symbolic FRU BACKPLN.
FI00047
FI00047 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00050
FI00050 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00055
FI00055 indicates that a primary optical link cable is the failing item.
The failing item is either the optical bus cable for the bus that you are working with or its paired bus
cable on the optical link card.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
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FI00056
FI00056 indicates that any optical bus cable or a missing optical bus wrap connector is the failing item.
For cable FRU part numbers, see Planning for cables. For wrap connector FRU part numbers, see
Managing PCI adapters.
FI00057
FI00057 indicates that the secondary optical link cable is the failing item.
The failing item is the optical cable that runs between the bus expansion adapter cards in two separate
expansion units. Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to
replace.
FI00060
FI00060 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00062
FI00062 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00065
FI00065 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00070
FI00070 indicates that a storage device attached to the IPL device IOP is the failing item.
Determine the IPL device that is failing by completing the following steps:
1. In the navigation area, open Systems Management.
2. Open Servers.
3. Click the server on which the logical partition is located.
4. Select the logical partition and click the Properties task.
5. In the Properties window, click the Settings tab.
Note the IPL storage device type and see Finding parts, locations, and addresses to determine the FRU
part number to replace.
If the IPL storage device is not the failing item, any storage device attached to the IPL device IOP might
be the failing item.
FI00072
FI00072 indicates that the load-source media is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Choose from the following options:
v If the load source is tape, replace the tape in the alternate IPL tape unit.
v If the load source is an optical storage unit, replace the compact disk.
v If the load source is a hard disk drive, replace the hard disk drive.
2. If replacing the media does not work, try replacing the drive. Note the device type and see Finding
parts, locations, and addresses to determine the FRU part number to replace.
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FI00090
FI00090 indicates that the removable media device for an alternate IPL is the failing item.
Determine the device that is failing by performing the following steps:
1. Select function 01 (Select IPL) on the control panel and press Enter to verify that the active IPL type is
D.
Note: Use the system configuration list to identify the device.
The possible failing devices are the following type numbers: 3490, 3570, 3590, 632x, 6382, 6383, 6386,
6387, 63A0, 7208, 9348, and 9427.
2. Use the service information for the specific removable media unit for an alternate IPL to analyze the
device failure.
FI00092
FI00092 indicates that either the load source for an alternate IPL or the interface to the load source is the
failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. If the load source is an optical unit, perform function 3 to start the system again, if necessary. This
will make the unit ready.
2. Locate the alternate load source device for the system.
3. Replace the device.
FI00096
FI00096 indicates that the IOP attached to the load-source device is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Verify that the IPL type is correct by performing one of the following options:
v If you are using a control panel: Select function 01 on the control panel and press Enter to display
the present IPL mode.
v If you are using the Hardware Management Console (HMC), perform the following steps:
a. In the Navigation Area, open Systems Management.
b. Open Servers.
c. Click the server on which the logical partition is located.
d. Open Partitions.
e. Select the logical partition and click the Properties task.
f. In the Properties window, click the Settings tab.
v If you are using the Systems Director Management Console (SDMC), complete the following
steps:
a. In the content area, select the server under Resources.
b. Click Action > System Configuration > Manage Virtual Server.
c. On the General page, select Boot.
2. The failing IOP might have a removable storage I/O adapter FRU. Replace the storage IOA using
symbolic FRU STORIOA.
3. Locate the alternate load source for a system.
4. Replace the device.
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FI00098
FI00098 indicates that the load-source disk device is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Determine the disk unit 1 type number. It is printed on a label on the front of the system frame.
2. If the system does not have a label that identifies the disk unit type, determine the part number of the
disk unit by looking at a label located on the disk unit. You must remove the disk unit to see this
label.
3. Replace the disk unit.
4. Locate the alternate load source device for the system.
5. Replace the device.
FI00099
FI00099 indicates that the Licensed Internal Code failed or responded in an unpredictable way.
Ask your next level of support for assistance.
FI00121
FI00121 indicates that any tape or optical storage device attached to the I/O (SCSI) bus of this IOP might
be the failing item.
Use the device type to determine the part. Note the device type, and see the following Managing devices
topics to determine the FRU part number to replace.
Models
Topic
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Managing devices for the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D.
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
Managing devices for the 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D.
8233-E8B or 8236-E8C
Managing devices for the 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C.
8408-E8D or 9109-RMD
Managing devices for the 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD.
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Managing devices for the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
FI00122
FI00122 indicates that a reserved IOA port on the IOP is the failing item.
If the IOP is type 2624, the failing item is type 6146 IOA.
Note the IOA type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00123
FI00123 indicates that the device terminating plug might be failing.
Go to symbolic FRU DEVTERM.
FI00124
FI00124 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
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FI00130
FI00130 indicates that the Licensed Internal Code for one of the IOPs or IOAs is the failing item.
Determine the IOP or IOA type and location:
1. Determine the address of the IOP or IOA card. See the System reference code format description.
2. Determine the location of the IOP or IOA card. See Part locations and location codes, and get the type
from the card in that location or address.
3. Look for PTFs that are associated with the reference code and the identified hardware type, and have
the customer apply them.
FI00131
FI00131 indicates that one of the IOPs or IOAs, if active, is the failing item.
Determine the IOP or IOA type and location:
1. Determine the address of the IOP or IOA card. See the System reference code format description.
2. Determine the location of the IOP or IOA card. See Part locations and location codes, and get the type
from the card in that location or address.
3. Use the IOP or IOA type to determine the part to replace.
FI00132
FI00132 indicates that one of the IOAs is the failing item.
Perform the MABIP55 procedure to isolate the failing IOA.
FI00141
FI00141 indicates that the IOP for the 7208 tape drive is the failing item.
The failing IOP is the type 2621 IOP.
Note the IOP type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00142
FI00142 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00180
FI00180 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00185
FI00185 indicates that the 12-port ASCII workstation attachment cable is the failing item.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00187
FI00187 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00189
FI00189 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
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FI00200
FI00200 indicates that the ac module or the removable power cable is the failing item.
FI00204
FI00204 indicates that the bus cable between the system unit and an expansion unit or the bus cable
between two expansion units is the failing item.
FI00206
FI00206 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00230
FI00230 indicates that the Licensed Internal Code for the failing node is the failing item and needs to be
restored.
Determine the type of node and select the Licensed Internal Code load:
v Primary node - AJSFDJ04
v
Secondary node - AJSFDJ05
FI00235
FI00235 indicates that an SPCN cable that connects two frames or a frame to a node is the failing item.
This failing item is applicable only if an SPCN cable is installed.
The following list shows the lengths of the possible failing items:
v SPCN cable (6 meters)
v SPCN cable (15 meters)
v SPCN cable (30 meters)
v SPCN cable (60 meters)
v
v
v
v
v
Optical SPCN cable (100 meters)
SPCN optical adapter
SPCN port cable (frame-to-node)
Frame-to-frame cable
SPCN optical adapter
Note the cable type, and see the Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00236
FI00236 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00237
FI00237 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00238
FI00238 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00239
FI00239 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
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FI00240
FI00240 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00244
FI00244 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00245
FI00245 indicates that the card enclosure for an unknown unit type is the failing item.
See the symbolic FRU BACKPLN.
FI00246
FI00246 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00248
FI00248 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00253
FI00253 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00255
FI00255 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00256
FI00256 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00300
FI00300 indicates that media is the failing item.
Use the following list to determine the service action to perform:
v If the load source is a tape, replace the tape in the alternate IPL tape unit.
v If the load source is an optical storage unit, replace the compact disc.
v If the load source is a disk drive, replace the disk drive.
FI00301
FI00301 indicates that the magnetic storage I/O processor (MSIOP) or the combined function I/O
processor (CFIOP) is the failing item.
Note the IOP type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00302
FI00302 indicates that the Licensed Internal Code for the magnetic storage I/O processor (MSIOP) or the
combined function I/O processor (CFIOP) is the failing item.
Ask your next level of support for assistance.
FI00310
FI00310 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
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FI00315
FI00315 indicates that the installation time life of the battery power unit has been exceeded.
Check any attached units that have battery power units and perform maintenance as needed.
FI00316
FI00316 indicates that no I/O processors were found on the bus.
Verify the configuration information for the system. If a bus is configured to be empty, there is no
problem.
FI00317
FI00317 indicates that the I/O processor cards at consecutive direct select addresses appear to be failing.
Check the I/O processor cards to ensure that they are properly seated in their connectors and to verify
that the backplane is not damaged. The I/O processor cards or a damaged backplane could cause this
problem.
FI00318
FI00318 indicates that an I/O adapter attached to an I/O processor card on the failing bus is the failing
item.
Note the IOA type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00319
FI00319 indicates that the Licensed Internal Code on an I/O processor is the failing item.
Install a PTF to correct the problem.
Ask your next level of support for assistance.
FI00320
FI00320 indicates that the display station used as the console is the failing item.
FI00360
FI00360 indicates that the IPL disk device is the failing item. Replace the disk device.
FI00380
FI00380 indicates that the workstation card might be failing.
On the bus that has the system console or the failing logical partition's console, the failing item is the first
workstation IOP card or the workstation IOA card. The bus with the system console is bus 0001. For
systems with multiple logical partitions, the logical partition's console is on bus 0001 and the consoles for
other logical partitions are determined by the logical partition configuration.
Note the IOP or IOA type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00500
FI00500 indicates that the I/O (SCSI) bus cable is the failing item.
See FI01140.
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FI00580
FI00580 indicates that any storage device might be the failing item.
The address of the failing storage device cannot be determined.
Note the device type and see Finding parts, locations, and addresses to determine the FRU part number
to replace.
FI00581
FI00581 indicates that a storage device at the address identified by the problem isolation procedures for
the reference code is the failing item.
Use the service information of the I/O device to continue analyzing the problem.
Note the device type and see Finding parts, locations, and addresses to determine the FRU part number
to replace.
FI00584
FI00584 indicates that any storage device might be the failing item.
The address of the failing storage device cannot be determined.
For device FRU part numbers, see Finding parts, locations, and addresses.
FI00601
FI00601 indicates that the display station is the failing item.
If a link protocol converter is used to connect the console to the system, the protocol converter is the
failing item.
Refer to the display station or link protocol converter documentation for service information.
FI00602
FI00602 indicates that the cable between the workstation attachment and the device is the failing item.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00603
FI00603 indicates that the 5299 multiconnector is the failing item.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00604
FI00604 indicates that a printer is the failing item.
Use the printer device information to analyze the problem.
FI00605
FI00605 indicates that a magnetic stripe reader on a display station is the failing item.
Refer to the documentation for the display station for service information.
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FI00606
FI00606 indicates that the storage media is the failing item. Replace the storage media.
FI00607
FI00607 indicates that a selector light pen attached to a display station is the failing item.
Refer to the documentation for the display station for service information.
FI00608
FI00608 indicates that the link protocol converter is the failing item.
Refer to the documentation for the link protocol converter for service information.
FI00610
FI00610 indicates that the twinaxial workstation IOP or the twinaxial workstation IOA attached to a
combined function I/O processor (CFIOP), communications IOP, or combined function IOP is the failing
item.
Use the workstation IOP or IOA type to determine the part.
Note the CFIOP or IOA type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to
replace.
FI00611
FI00611 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00612
FI00612 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00613
FI00613 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00614
FI00614 indicates that a unit reference code of FFFF was indicated when the user entered the ANZPRB
(Analyze Problem) command from a workstation.
The failing items for this error can be identified by running the complete ANZPRB command. The failing
items are also in the problem log when the Work with Problem (WRKPRB) command is entered.
FI00615
FI00615 indicates that the twinaxial workstation attachment cable is the failing item.
Check the twinaxial workstation attachment cable for the FRU part number.
Note the cable type, and refer to Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00616
FI00616 indicates that the 5259 migration data link is the failing item.
Replace the 5259 migration data link.
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Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00626
FI00626 indicates that the modem on the failing port is the failing item.
Replace the modem.
FI00630
FI00630 indicates that the multiline communications IOP is the failing item.
Note the IOP type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00631
FI00631 indicates that a cable other than the cable from the workstation IOA to the first device is the
failing item.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00632
FI00632 indicates that the cable from the workstation IOA to the first device is the failing item.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00700
FI00700 indicates that the remote data terminal equipment (DTE) or an attached device is the failing item.
Report this problem to the operator of the remote equipment.
FI00701
FI00701 indicates that a local communications cable is the failing item.
Use the cable to determine the part.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00702
FI00702 indicates that the local cable for the automatic call unit is the failing item.
Check the interface cable for the automatic call unit for the part number.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00703
FI00703 indicates that the automatic call unit is the failing item.
Refer to the documentation for the automatic call unit for service information.
FI00704
FI00704 indicates that the local data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) is the failing item.
Refer to the documentation for the DCE for service information.
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FI00705
FI00705 indicates that the remote data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) is the failing item.
Report this problem to the operator of the remote equipment.
FI00708
FI00708 indicates that the local communications cable (X.21 interface) is the failing item.
Check the communications cable for the part number.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00709
FI00709 indicates that the local communications cable (V.35 interface) is the failing item.
Check the communications cable for the part number.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00710
FI00710 indicates that the local communications cable (the V.24 interface with remote power on) is the
failing item.
The remote power-on feature is given support by using an available pin on the EIA-232/V.24 enhanced or
EIA-232/V.24 nonenhanced cables. Check the communications cable for the part number.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00711
FI00711 indicates that the local communications cable (token-ring interface cable) is the failing item.
Note: An IBM cabling system patch cable or a comparable cable might have been supplied by the user to
increase the length of this cable. Any cable attached to the token-ring interface cable might also be the
failing item.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00712
FI00712 indicates that the token-ring access unit is the failing item.
Refer to the documentation for the token-ring access unit for service information.
FI00716
FI00716 indicates that the EIA-232/V.24 enhanced cable is the failing item.
Check the communications cable for the part number.
Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
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FI00717
FI00717 indicates that the EIA-232/V.24 non-enhanced cable is the failing item.
Check the communications cable for the part number.
FI00718
FI00718 indicates that an IOP card is the failing item.
Note the CFIOP type and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00719
FI00719 indicates that an IOA card is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the IOA location information available in the service action log or management console?
v Yes: Replace the IOA. Note the IOA type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU
part number to replace.
v No: Continue with the next step.
2. Determine the address of the IOA card. See the System reference code format description.
3. Determine the location of the IOA card. See Part locations and location codes for the model you are
working on and get the type from the card at that address.
4. Replace the IOA. Note the IOA type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part
number to replace.
FI00720
FI00720 indicates that the Ethernet transceiver is the failing item.
Verify that the signal quality error switch in the transceiver that the Ethernet is attached to is set to
active.
See the transceiver operator's information for the correct operation or the correct removal and
replacement procedure.
FI00721
FI00721 indicates that the token-ring IOA card is the failing item.
Note the IOA type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00722
FI00722 indicates that the cable attached to the local area network IOA is the failing item.
Replace the cable.
FI00723
FI00723 indicates that the communications two-port adapter cable for the communications IOA card is the
failing item.
Replace the communications two-port adapter cable.
If this action does not correct the problem, use the IOA type to determine the part. Note the IOA type,
and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
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FI00725
FI00725 indicates that the Ethernet IOA card is the failing item.
Use the IOA type to determine the part. Note the IOA type and see Managing PCI adapters to determine
the FRU part number to replace.
FI00726
FI00726 indicates that a communications IOA card is the failing item:
Use the IOA type to determine the part. Note the IOA type, and see Managing PCI adapters to determine
the FRU part number to replace.
FI00727
FI00727 indicates that one of the IOAs attached to a combined function I/O processor (CFIOP), multiline
communications IOP, or an Integrated xSeries® Server (IXS) is the failing item.
Perform the MABIP55 procedure to isolate the failing IOA.
FI00728
FI00728 indicates that the local communications cable (RS449/V.36 interface) is the failing item.
Check the communications cable for the part number.
Also, note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00730
FI00730 indicates that the Licensed Internal Code module for an I/O card might be the failing item.
Ask your next level of support for assistance.
FI00731
FI00731 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00732
FI00732 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00733
FI00733 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00734
FI00734 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00735
FI00735 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI00741
FI00741 indicates that the telephone cable to the wall outlet is the failing item.
Check the cable for the part number.
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Note the cable type, and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00742
FI00742 indicates that the communications coupler is the failing item.
Check the coupler for the part number.
Note the coupler type and see Planning for cables to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00751
FI00751 indicates that the Licensed Internal Code module is the failing item.
Ask your next level of support for assistance.
FI00810
FI00810 indicates that the magnetic tape is the failing item.
Replace the magnetic tape.
FI00830
FI00830 indicates that the external signal cable is the failing item.
See EXTSCSI for cable part numbers.
FI00832
FI00832 indicates that the external signal cable is the failing item.
See EXTSCSI for cable part numbers.
FI00841
FI00841 indicates that the terminating plug for the attached device is the failing item.
For tape devices, see FI00880.
FI00842
FI00842 indicates that the external signal cable for the attached device is the failing item.
See symbolic FRU EXTSCSI.
FI00844
FI00844 indicates that the device controller for the attached device is the failing item.
For tape devices, see FI00882.
FI00845
FI00845 indicates that the device controller for the attached device is the failing item.
See symbolic FRU EXTSCSI.
FI00850
FI00850 indicates that the interface cables attached to the tape IOP are the failing items.
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FI00851
FI00851 indicates that the I/O device attached to the tape IOP is the failing item.
Use the service information of the I/O device to continue analyzing the problem.
Note the device type, and see the following Managing devices topics to determine the FRU part number
to replace.
Models
Topic
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Managing devices for the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D.
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
Managing devices for the 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D.
8233-E8B or 8236-E8C
Managing devices for the 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C.
8408-E8D or 9109-RMD
Managing devices for the 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD.
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Managing devices for the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
FI00856
FI00856 indicates that an active tape IOP is the failing item.
Use the IOP type to determine the part.
Note the CFIOP type and see Managing PCI adapters to determine the FRU part number to replace.
FI00870
FI00870 indicates that a storage device is the failing item.
Use the device type to determine the part. If a device location is not listed in the service action log entry
or in the hardware service manager (HSM), the failing device is either externally attached or the failing
device might be part of an unsupported configuration. If the device is in a 3995 or 3996 optical library,
see the maintenance information for the 3995 or 3996 optical library to replace the failing device.
Note: The 636x tape unit is located in the FC 5032 removable storage unit.
FI00871
FI00871 indicates that the attached tape device is the failing item.
If the device is a 3580 or 3592 external tape unit, refer to the device information to determine the part
number to replace. Otherwise, see the following Managing devices topics.
Models
Topic
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Managing devices for the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D.
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
Managing devices for the 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D.
8233-E8B or 8236-E8C
Managing devices for the 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C.
8408-E8D or 9109-RMD
Managing devices for the 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD.
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Managing devices for the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
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FI00872
FI00872 indicates that the interface is the failing item.
Complete the following:
v Internal device: See FI01140.
v External device: See symbolic FRU EXTSCSI.
FI00880
FI00880 indicates that a terminating plug on the device bus to this IOP is the failing item.
Note: If the unit is a 9427, an internal terminating plug is used. See the service information for the
specific device.
The following list shows the possible failing items:
v Terminating plug for 2440 Tape Unit: Part number 79X3795
v Terminating plug for 3490, 3570, 3590, and 7208 Model 342 Tape Units: Part number 61G8324
v SCSI differential terminating plug for 3995 iSeries® Optical Library Dataserver: Part number 79X3795
v SCSI single-ended terminating plug for 3995 iSeries Optical Library Dataserver Models C4x: Part
number 34H5608
v Terminator for 637x, 638x, and 6390 Tape Units: Terminator is part of the disk unit backplane. Use the
IOA type, and see the symbolic FRU DEVTERM to determine the correct part.
v
v
v
v
v
Terminating
Terminating
Terminating
Terminating
Terminating
plug
plug
plug
plug
plug
for
for
for
for
for
63A0 Tape Unit: See device documentation.
7208 Model 002 tape drive: Part number 91F0721
7208 Model 012 tape drive: Part number 46G2599
7208 Model 222 tape drive: Part number 46G2599
7208 Model 232 tape drive: Part number 79X3795
v
Terminating plug for 7208 Model 234 tape drive: Part number 79X3795
v
Terminating plug for 9348 Tape Unit: Part number 79X3795
FI00882
FI00882 indicates that the addressed unit is the failing item.
Determine the address and type of the failing unit. See the System reference code format description.
If one of the following device types is the failing item, see the service information for the device model
installed on the system: 2440, 3490, 3570, 3590, 3995, 63A0, 7208, 9347, 9348, 9427.
FI00883
FI00883 indicates that an unaddressed unit might be failing.
A unit attached to the same IOP, other than the addressed unit identified by FI00882, is the failing item.
FI00884
FI00884 indicates that any unit attached to the IOP might be the failing item.
See FI00882 for the list of possible units.
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FI01040
FI01040 indicates that you have an OptiConnect system, and the error is on an iSeries or System i® server
that is connected to it.
FI01101
FI01101 indicates that the addressed IOA card on the I/O processor is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Determine the address of the IOA card. See the System reference code format description.
2. Determine the location of the IOA card.
3. Replace the failing device. Use the device type to determine the part.
FI01103
FI01103 indicates that an attached IOA card is the failing item.
Perform the MABIP55 procedure to isolate the failing IOA.
FI01104
FI01104 indicates that an attached IOA card is the failing item.
Perform the MABIP55 procedure to isolate the failing IOA.
FI01105
FI01105 indicates that the addressed storage device is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the device location information available in the service action log?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the failing item. See the disk unit recovery procedures.
2. Find the IOP address and the device address. See the System reference code format description.
3. To determine the location of the I/O processor card, see Part locations and location codes. Then
complete the following:
v Find the IOP card location identified by the direct select address.
v Find the addressed storage device location identified by the device address.
4. Replace the failing device. Use the device type to determine the part.
FI01106
FI01106 indicates that a storage device other than the addressed storage device is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. To find the addressed device, see FI01105. The failing item could be any device with the same IOP
address and I/O (SCSI) bus number but with a different device unit number.
2. If there is no problem analysis procedure associated with the reference code being serviced, perform
the IOPIP16 procedure to isolate the possible failing device.
FI01107
FI01107 indicates that any storage device attached to the I/O (SCSI) bus of this IOP might be the failing
item.
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Complete the following steps:
1. Find the IOP address. See the System reference code format description.
2. To determine the location of the I/O processor card, see Part locations and location codes.
The unit reference code indicates the I/O (SCSI) bus that has the problem:
v URC 3020, 3100 -- I/O bus 0
v URC 3021, 3101 -- I/O bus 1
v URC 3022, 3102 -- I/O bus 2
v URC 3023, 3103 -- I/O bus 3
v Any other URC -- Any I/O bus on the I/O card
3. See Part locations and location codes to find the diagram of the system unit or the expansion unit and
perform the following:
v Find the IOP card location identified by the direct select address.
v Find all the storage devices on the same I/O (SCSI) bus.
4. Replace the failing device. Use the device type to determine the part.
5. If there is no problem analysis procedure associated with the reference code being serviced, perform
the IOPIP16 procedure to isolate the possible failing device.
FI01108
FI01108 indicates that the I/O (SCSI) bus or power cable is the failing item.
See FI01140 and FI01141.
FI01109
FI01109 indicates that the backplane or a connection to the backplane might be failing.
See the symbolic FRU BACKPLN.
FI01110
FI01110 indicates that the diskette unit is the failing item.
Use the diskette device type to determine the part.
Note the device type and see Finding parts, locations, and addresses to determine the FRU part number
to replace.
FI01112
FI01112 indicates that the active IOP is the failing item.
1. Find the IOP address. See the System reference code format description.
2. To determine the location of the I/O processor card, see Part locations and location codes and get the
type from the card in that location or address.
3. Use the IOP type to determine the part to replace.
FI01117
FI01117 indicates that any IOA, card, cable, or device attached to the IOP might be the failing item.
1. Find the IOP address. See the System reference code format description.
2. To determine the location of the I/O processor card, see Part locations and location codes.
3. Identify the IOAs, cards, cables, and devices that are attached to the IOP found in the preceding steps.
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4. Replace the IOAs, cards, cables, and devices that are attached to the IOP, one at a time, until you have
corrected the problem.
FI01119
FI01119 indicates that the backplane or a connection to the backplane might be failing.
See the symbolic FRU BACKPLN.
FI01121
FI01121 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI01130
FI01130 indicates that the disk unit is the failing item.
Find the disk unit type number in Finding parts, locations, and addresses to determine the part number.
FI01131
FI01131 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI01132
FI01132 is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
FI01140
FI01140 indicates that the I/O (SCSI) bus cable is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Are there external devices attached?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v
Yes: Choose from the following options:
– For SCSI-attached external devices, see the symbolic FRU EXTSCSI.
– For external devices that are attached with Fibre Channel cables, see FCCABLE.
2. Find the IOP address. See the System reference code format description.
3. To determine the location of the I/O processor card, see Part locations and location codes and get the
type from the card in that location or address.
4. Replace the failing item associated with the IOP address.
Note: Any of the SCSI cables or backplanes between the IOA and the device could be the failing item.
FI01141
FI01141 indicates that a loss of power to an IOP, to an internal device, or to an external device might
have occurred.
Complete the following steps:
1. Are 0000 xxxx, 1xxx xxxx, or A6xx 698x SRCs displayed on the control panel?
v
v
No: Continue with the next step.
Yes: Use the SRC displayed on the control panel to diagnose the problem.
2. Did the SRC that directed you to this FI code involve an externally attached device or an IOP with an
externally attached device?
v No: Continue with the next step.
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Yes: Verify that there is no obvious problem with power to the device. If you suspect a power
problem with the device, go to the service information for that external device.
3. The power supply cables or connections to internal disk units, tape units, or optical storage units
might be the failing item. For part numbers, see Finding parts, locations, and addresses.
v
FI01201
FI01201 indicates that the disk drive is the failing item.
Use the disk unit type number to determine the part number.
Note the device type and see Finding parts, locations, and addresses to determine the FRU part number
to replace.
FI01202
FI01202 indicates that the disk drive is the failing item.
See FI01201.
FI01203
FI01203 indicates that the disk drive is the failing item.
See FI01201.
FI02092
FI02092 indicates that the load source for an alternate IPL or the interface to the load source is the failing
item.
See FI00092.
FI02112
FI02112 indicates that the addressed storage device is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the device location information available in the service action log?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the failing item.
2. Find the IOP address and the device address. See the System reference code format description.
3. To determine the location of the I/O processor card, see Part locations and location codes. Then
complete the following:
v Find the IOP card location identified by the direct select address.
v Find the addressed storage device location identified by the device address.
4. Replace the failing device. Possible failing addressed devices include disk, tape, optical, device
backplane, or auxiliary cache IOA. Use the device type to determine the part.
Symbolic FRUs
This information is a list of symbolic field replaceable units (FRUs).
The procedures in this topic are listed alphabetically.
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ACMODUL
Your server lost power. This procedure will help you determine the source of the power loss condition
that brought you here.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
If the system or expansion unit that exhibited the power loss starts normally, or stays powered on after
an ac power failure, replacement of parts might not be needed. Power failures can be caused by brown
outs, building or room power receptacle power loss, loose or disconnected power cords, or possible
hardware conditions.
1. Is the failing unit configured with a redundant power supply option (or dual line cord feature)?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: A service representative must perform power isolation procedure PWR1911.
2. Are all the units powered on?
v Yes: This error might have been caused by an ac power outage. If the system starts without an
error, no parts need to be replaced. This ends the procedure.
v No: On the unit that does not power on, verify that the power outlet is supplying the correct power
for the unit. Also, ensure that both ends of the power cord (from the unit that does not power on)
are connected correctly and securely.
If you find a problem, correct the problem. This ends this procedure.
If you cannot find the problem, continue with the next step.
Note: In an 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C system, there are two internal ac power cables that run from the
back of the drawer to the power supplies in the front. The upper ac power connector on the back of
the system goes to power supply E1. The lower ac power connector on the back of the system goes
to power supply E2.
3. A trained service representative must verify the voltage at the system end of the power cord with a
multimeter to verify that the voltage is correct according to the following table.
Model or expansion unit
Correct voltage
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D, 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
100 - 127 V or 200 - 240 V
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
200 - 240 V ac or 200 - 220 V dc
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
200 - 240 V ac
5796, 7314-G30
200 - 240 V ac or 200 - 220 V dc
5802
200 - 240 V ac
Is the voltage correct?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Go to the step 5.
4. Replace the failing power supply. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
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8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Power supply 1
Un-E1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Power supply 2
Un-E2
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Power supply 1 (ac
supply)
Un-E1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Power supply 2 (ac
supply)
Un-E2
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Power supply 1 (dc
supply)
Un-E1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Power supply 2 (dc
supply)
Un-E2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Power supply 1
Un-E1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Power supply 2
Un-E2
5796, 7314-G30
42R4491
Power supply 1
Un-E1
5796, 7314-G30
42R4491
Power supply 2
Un-E2
5802
See System parts.
Power supply 1
Un-E1
5802
See System parts.
Power supply 2
Un-E2
5. Complete the following steps:
a. Disconnect the power cord from the customer's power outlet.
b. Use a multimeter to measure the voltage at the customer's power outlet.
Is the voltage correct?
v Yes: Replace the failing power cord. This ends the procedure.
v No: Complete the following steps:
1) Inform the customer that the voltage at the power outlet is not correct.
2) After the voltage at the power outlet is correct, reconnect the power cord to the power
outlet. This ends the procedure.
ADJ_LOG
This symbolic FRU displays the logical location code of the previous failing item in the failing item list.
No service action is required for this FRU.
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ADJ_PHY
This symbolic FRU displays the physical location code of the previous failing item in the failing item list.
No service action is required for this FRU.
AIRMOVR
A fan might be failing. Before replacing any field replaceable units (FRUs), ensure that the fans and fan
trays are fully seated into the fan connectors and that all cables are seated correctly.
Replace the FRUs in order, one at a time, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary units.
Use the following table to determine the failing fan and location.
Unit reference code,
CCIN, or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
7610
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A1
7620
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A2
7630
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A3
7640
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A4
7611
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A1
7621
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A2
7631
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A3
7641
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A4
76A0
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
PCI expansion fan
fault
Un-C1-A1
76B0
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
PCI expansion fan
fault
Un-C1-A2
76A1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
PCI expansion fan
missing
Un-C1-A1
76B1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
PCI expansion fan
missing
Un-C1-A2
7610
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A1
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
205
7620
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A2
7630
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A3
7640
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A4
7650
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A5
7660
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A6
7670
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan fault
Un-A7
7611
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A1
7621
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A2
7631
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A3
7641
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A4
7651
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A5
7661
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A6
7671
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cooling fan missing
Un-A7
7610
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Processor cooling fan
Un-A1
7620
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Processor cooling fan
Un-A2
7630
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Processor cooling fan
Un-A3
7640
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Processor cooling fan
Un-A4
7610
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Fan assembly
Un-A1
206
7611
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Cooling fan missing
Un-A1
7620
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Fan assembly
Un-A2
7621
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Cooling fan missing
Un-A2
7630
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Fan assembly
Un-A3
7631
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Cooling fan missing
Un-A3
7640
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Fan assembly
Un-A4
7641
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Cooling fan missing
Un-A4
7650
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Fan assembly
Un-A5
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
207
7651
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Cooling fan missing
Un-A5
7600
5802, 5877
See System parts.
Air-moving device
(fan)
Un-E1-A1
7601
5802, 5877
See System parts.
Air-moving device
(fan)
Un-E1-A2
7602
5802, 5877
See System parts.
Air-moving device
(fan)
Un-E2-A1
7603
5802, 5877
See System parts.
Air-moving device
(fan)
Un-E2-A2
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
AJDG301
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJDGP01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJEDA00
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJEGP01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJEQU00
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJGAM01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJGDF01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
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AJGFN00
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJGJ601
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJGJQ01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJGLD01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJGW701
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJLAF01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJLAG01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJLYC01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJLYD01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
AJSDJ01
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item. Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the
customer apply them.
ALTMANL
A service call to the Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) might be needed to fix the problem on the IXS.
Note: An error condition is indicated by the blinking frame ID on the IXS card. When an error occurs, it
can take up to 10 minutes for the frame ID to start blinking, and up to 1 minute (after the error is reset)
for the frame ID to stop blinking.
Use the following table to find instructions for the reference code you are experiencing.
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209
Table 1. IXS reference codes and instructions
Reference code
Instructions
1xxx-8910
Check the system error light (amber exclamation point)
on the IXS panel.
v If the system error light is on, call the customer's IXS
service provider.
v If the system error light is not on, see TWRCARD.
Note: Removal of the ac line cord on the IXS unit is
required to reset the flashing frame-indicating LEDs on
the SPCN card.
1xxx-8920
Call the customer's IXS service provider.
Note: Removal of the ac line cord on the IXS unit is
required to reset the flashing frame-indicating LEDs on
the SPCN card.
ALTPERF
The system is located at an altitude that is within the range of the system specification, but the thermal
or power management firmware might reduce performance due to the altitude.
ALTTUDE
The air pressure sensor in the control (operator) panel is reporting that the system is at an altitude above
4000 meters (about 13,210 feet).
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the system in operation at an altitude above 4000 meters?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The system is being operated outside the range of the system specifications. Move the system
to an altitude lower than 4000 meters. This ends the procedure.
2. The system is located at an altitude below 4000 meters. Are the environmental control systems in the
building in which the system is located functioning correctly?
v No: Fix any problems that are found. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
3. Replace the control (operator) panel at location Un-D1. This ends the procedure.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
AMBBACK
The ambient temperature has returned to a level that is within the operating specifications of this system.
No service action is required.
AMBPERF
The ambient temperature is within the range of the system specification, but the thermal or power
management firmware might reduce performance due to the current ambient temperature.
AMBTEMP
The system detected a warning or fault due to the ambient room temperature.
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
1. Is the room temperature less than 35°C (95°F)?
v No: Notify the customer. The customer must bring the room temperature within normal range.
Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
2. Are the system front and rear doors free of obstructions?
v No: Notify the customer. The system must be free of obstructions for proper air flow. Continue
with the next step.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
3. If applicable, do all the positions in the processor subsystem contain processors or fillers?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Fill any open positions with processors or fillers. This ends the procedure.
4. Do all the power supply positions contain power supplies or fillers?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Fill any open positions with supplies or fan books. This ends the procedure.
5. Are you working with reference code 11007201 or has reference code 11007201 been logged?
v Yes: This indicates that the room temperature is too high. The customer must bring the room
temperature to less than 35°C (95°F). If the room temperature is less than 35°C (95°F), continue with
the next step.
v No: Replace the FRU listed in the error log for the SRC you are working with and go to step 7.
6. Perform one of the following options:
v For system units: Replace the control panel. Use the following table to determine the part number
for the field replaceable unit (FRU). Then continue with the next step.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
See System parts.
Control (operator)
panel
Un-D1
v For the 5802 expansion unit: Replace the power supply at location Un-E1. If this does not resolve
the problem, replace the power supply at location Un-E2. Use the following table to determine the
part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU). Then continue with the next step.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5802
See System parts.
Power supply
Un-E1, Un-E2
7. After each FRU is replaced, is the error code that sent you to this procedure still reported?
v No: The problem has been corrected. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Replace the next FRU in the list. If all FRUs in the list have been replaced, call your next level
of support. This ends the procedure.
AMBTMP1
Ambient air temperature is too high for optimal performance.
Air used for cooling the unit is above the temperature at which the unit is designed to run at maximum
performance. Use the following instructions to help determine the problem:
v If the room temperature is above the specified range for the unit reporting this problem, take steps to
lower the room temperature.
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211
v If the air being drawn into the unit is above the specified range, either move the unit to a place where
the air is within range, or take steps to reduce the temperature of the air surrounding the unit. This
can be accomplished by moving the source of the air that is too warm.
v If the temperature of the air at the unit's air intake is within the range specified, contact your next level
of support.
AMBTMP2
Ambient air temperature is back within range.
Ambient air temperature entering the system unit has returned to the nominal operational range for
maximum performance. This message or symbolic FRU results when the temperature of the air entering
the unit was previously reported to be above the unit's specified range. This message or symbolic FRU is
issued when the unit detects that the ambient air temperature has dropped to within the specified range
for maximum performance. No action is necessary.
ANYBRDG
Find the location of the card that is reporting the problem and its corresponding PCI bridge set. Any
cable, card, or card enclosure (not necessarily the card that reported the problem) connected to the PCI
bridge set might be causing the problem.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
ANYBUS
Any cable, card, or card enclosure might be causing an IOP-detected bus error, although the IOP that is
reporting the problem might not be causing the problem.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
ANYFC
Any IOA, hub, gateway, or device that is attached to the same Fibre Channel interface might be failing.
ANYPROC
The failing component is one of the system processors.
For each unit, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary units, use the following table to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
®
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
3.1 GHz POWER7
6-core processor card
Un-P1-Cx
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
3.3 GHz POWER7
8-core processor card
Un-P1-Cx
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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AS4NTDD
The Windows server application processor device driver might be causing the problem.
Contact your next level of support for assistance.
AUXCBL
Replace the SCSI cable that connects the auxiliary cache I/O adapter to the storage I/O adapter.
1. Are you working on a 571F/575B combination storage and auxiliary cache IOA card set (uses two
card slot locations)?
Yes:
This symbolic FRU does not apply. The SCSI cable is not a FRU on this card set. Go to the
next item in the failing item list. This ends the procedure.
No:
Continue with the next step.
2. Find the location of the auxiliary cache I/O adapter:
a. Determine the address of the auxiliary cache I/O adapter. See the System reference code format
description.
b. Determine the location of the auxiliary cache I/O adapter. See Part locations and location codes for
the model on which you are working.
3. Replace the SCSI cable that connects the auxiliary cache I/O adapter to the storage I/O adapter. See
Finding parts, locations, and addresses for cable part number information.
Note: To replace the SCSI cable concurrently, you must use concurrent maintenance to power off the
auxiliary cache I/O adapter. Replace the cable and then use concurrent maintenance to power on the
auxiliary cache I/O adapter. Do not replace the cable when both adapters are powered on.
AUXIOA
Replace the auxiliary I/O adapter.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the location information available in the service action log?
v Yes: Use the location information found in the service action log to replace the auxiliary I/O
adapter. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
2. Complete the following steps:
a. Determine the address of the auxiliary cache I/O adapter. See the System reference code format
description.
b. Use the address to find the location. See Part locations and location codes.
BACKPLN
A backplane or a connection to the backplane might be failing.
Note: Before replacing any parts, verify the connections to the backplane.
Complete the following steps:
1. Were you sent here by a power reference code (1xxxxxxx)?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Go to SYSBKPL. This ends the procedure.
2. Determine the location of the device by performing the following steps:
a. Use the location information in the error log if it is available. If no location information for the
device is available, use the location information for the I/O adapter instead.
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213
b. If no location information is available for either the device or the I/O adapter, find the address of
the device or I/O adapter (see the System reference code format description). Use the address to
find the location. See Part locations and location codes.
c. Use the location code to determine in which unit the device, cable, and the connected backplane
are located. Any backplane connecting the device or I/O adapter might be the cause of the
problem. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit
(FRU).
CCIN or FFC
520C
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
or 8231-E2D,
8233-E8B, or
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
v System midplane
v Un-P1
v I/O backplane
v Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
This ends the procedure.
BATCHGR
A battery power unit charger is the failing item.
Replace the battery power unit charger. See the following table to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit (FRU).
Note: When a part number is displayed on the control panel of a system or expansion unit, replace that
part first.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5074, 5079
97H7316
Battery power unit
charger
Un-A01
BATRY
A battery is the failing item.
Replace the battery. See the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit
(FRU).
Note: When a part number is displayed on the control panel of a system or expansion unit, replace that
part first.
CCIN or FFC
214
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5074, 5079
97H7318
Battery pack
Un-T0n
BPC
One of the BPCs failed to reach standby.
Use the following table to perform the appropriate action for the SRC that occurred.
SRC
Replace this FRU
Locations information
1xxx8740
BPC A (lower BPC)
Part locations and location codes
1xxx8741
BPC B (upper BPC)
This ends the procedure.
BPCHANG
The system is stopped on one of the base system integrated controller checkpoints.
If the system hangs on one of the base system integrated controller checkpoints, perform the following
steps:
1. Remove the ac cord, and then reattach it to the system.
2. Watch the control panel display. If 01 appears in the upper-left corner of the display, power on the
system.
If the system continues to hang on a base system controller checkpoint, replace the backplane in the
system unit that contains integrated I/O controllers. Use the following table to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
I/O backplane
Un-P2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
BRDGSET
The multiadapter bridge hardware is having a problem with one or more PCI cards or adapters in the
PCI bridge set, but the exact card or adapter cannot be identified.
The problem might be with a card, a card slot, or an embedded adapter. The PCI bridge set is indicated
by the direct select address (DSA) in word 7 of the reference code. This symbolic FRU only appears in the
serviceable event user interface when the Licensed Internal Code could not determine which PCI bridge
set has the problem.
1. Are you working from a serviceable event user interface of an operating system, service processor, or
the management console that is giving you a card position or list of card positions for this FRU?
v Yes: Go to step 5. Note: When there is a list of locations in this FRU's location code, the card
locations will be separated by commas. A range of card positions will show the starting card
position, a colon, and the ending card position.
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215
v No: Complete the following steps:
a. Determine the location of the cards in the group using the DSA. Record the DSA (word 7 of the
reference code) from the user interface you are using.
b. Locate the cards specified in the DSA by performing isolation procedure MABIP53. Return here
and continue with the next step after locating the cards.
2. Did isolation procedure MABIP53 identify a single card location?
v Yes: This is the location of the failing item. Go to step 5.
v No: Complete the following (see the table below):
a. Remove all of the adapter and IOP cards in the locations that are identified in the given range
of card slots. Do not remove any FRUs with embedded adapters, only FRUs in PCI card slots.
b. Replace each card one at a time. Note: For IBM i adapters controlled by IOPs, replace the IOP
before any of the adapters. Power on the unit after you replace each card until either the
problem reappears or you have replaced each card. Then continue with the next step.
3. Did the problem reappear?
v Yes: The last card that you replaced before the problem reappeared is the failing item. This ends
the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
4. Did isolation procedure MABIP53 identify a FRU with embedded adapters?
v Yes: The problem is in the FRU with the embedded adapter. Continue with the next step and
replace that FRU using the following table.
v No: The problem might be intermittent. Contact your next level of support. This ends the
procedure.
5. For each unit, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary units, use the following table to
locate and replace the failing items.
CCIN or FFC
216
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 1
Un-P2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 2
Un-P2, Un-P2-C1,
Un-P2-C2, Un-P2-C3,
Un-P2-C4
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 3
Un-P2, Un-P2-C5,
Un-P2-C6
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 1
Un-P1, Un-P1-C1,
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C3
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 2
Un-P1, Un-P1-C4,
Un-P1-C5, Un-P1-C6
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
BRDGST1
The multiadapter bridge hardware is having a problem with one or more PCI cards or adapters in the
first PCI bridge set in the enclosure, but the exact card or adapter cannot be identified.
The problem can be with a card, a card slot, or an embedded adapter. The PCI bridge set is indicated by
the direct select address (DSA) in word 7 of the reference code.
1. Are you working from a serviceable event user interface of an operating system, service processor, or
management console that is giving you a card position or list of card positions for this FRU?
v Yes: The positions given are the locations of the failing components. When there is a list of
locations in this FRU's location code, the card locations will be separated by commas. A range of
card positions will show the starting card position, a colon, and the ending card position. Go to
step 5.
v No: Complete the following steps:
a. Determine the location of the cards in the group using the DSA. Record the DSA, which is word
7 of the reference code, from the user interface you are using.
b. Locate the cards specified in the DSA by performing isolation procedure MABIP53. Return here
and continue with the next step after locating the cards.
2. Were you able to identify a single card position by performing MABIP53?
v Yes: This is the location of the failing item. Go to step 5.
v No: Continue with the next step.
3. Complete the following, referring to the removal and replacement procedures for each FRU location
you determined:
a. Remove all of the adapter and IOP cards in the locations that are identified in the given range of
card slots. Do not remove any FRUs with embedded adapters, only FRUs in PCI card slots.
b. Replace each card one at a time. Note: For IBM i adapters controlled by IOPs, replace the IOP
before any of the adapters. Power on the unit after you replace each card until either the problem
reappears or you have replaced each card.
c. Did the problem reappear?
v Yes: The last card that you replaced before the problem appeared again is the failing item. This
ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
4. Did you identify a FRU with embedded adapters when performing isolation procedure MABIP53?
v Yes: The problem is in the FRU with the embedded adapter. Continue with the next step and
replace that FRU.
v No: The problem might be intermittent. Contact your next level of support. This ends the
procedure.
5. For each unit, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary units, use the following table to
locate and replace the failing items.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Description
Location code
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 1
Un-P2
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5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 1
Un-P1, Un-P1-C1,
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C3
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
BRDGST2
PCI I/O card group in the second PCI bridge set (middle adapter card range when there are three PCI
bridge sets and high adapter card range when there are two PCI bridge sets), IOAs and IOPs.
The multiadapter bridge hardware is having a problem with one or more PCI cards or adapters in the
second PCI bridge set in the enclosure, but the exact card or adapter cannot be identified. The problem
can be with a card, a card slot, or an embedded adapter. The PCI bridge set is indicated by the direct
select address (DSA) in word 7 of the reference code.
1. Are you working from a serviceable event user interface of an operating system, service processor, or
management console that is giving you a card position or list of card positions for this FRU?
v Yes: The positions given are the locations of the failing components. When there is a list of
locations in this FRU's location code, the card locations will be separated by commas. A range of
card positions will show the starting card position, a colon, and the ending card position. Go to
step 5.
v No: Complete the following steps:
a. Determine the location of the cards in the group using the DSA. Record the DSA, which is word
7 of the reference code, from the user interface you are using.
b. Locate the cards specified in the DSA by performing isolation procedure MABIP53. Return here
and continue with the next step after locating the cards.
2. Were you able to identify a single card position by performing MABIP53?
v Yes: This is the location of the failing item. Go to step 5.
v No: Continue with the next step.
3. Complete the following, referring to the remove and replace procedures for each FRU location you
determined:
a. Remove all of the adapter and IOP cards in the locations that are identified in the given range of
card slots. Do not remove any FRUs with embedded adapters, only FRUs in PCI card slots.
b. Replace each card one at a time.
Note: For IBM i adapters controlled by IOPs, replace the IOP before any of the adapters.
Power on the unit after you replace each card until either the problem reappears or you have
replaced each card.
c. Did the problem reappear?
v Yes: The last card that you replaced before the problem appeared again is the failing item. This
ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
4. Did you identify a FRU with embedded adapters when performing isolation procedure MABIP53?
v Yes: The problem is in the FRU with the embedded adapter. Continue with the next step and
replace that FRU.
v No: The problem might be intermittent. Contact your next level of support. This ends the
procedure.
5. For each unit, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary units, use the links in the table
below to locate and replace the failing items.
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 2
Un-P2, Un-P2-C1,
Un-P2-C2, Un-P2-C3,
Un-P2-C4
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 2
Un-P1, Un-P1-C4,
Un-P1-C5, Un-P1-C6
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
BRDGST3
PCI I/O card group in the third PCI bridge set (highest adapter card range), IOAs and IOPs.
The multiadapter bridge hardware is having a problem with one or more PCI cards or adapters in the
third PCI bridge set in the enclosure, but the exact card or adapter cannot be identified. The problem can
be with a card, a card slot, or an embedded adapter. The PCI bridge set is indicated by the direct select
address (DSA) in word 7 of the reference code.
1. Are you working from a serviceable event user interface of an operating system, service processor, or
management console that is giving you a card position or list of card positions for this FRU?
v Yes: The positions given are the locations of the failing components. When there is a list of
locations in this FRU's location code, the card locations will be separated by commas. A range of
card positions will show the starting card position, a colon, and the ending card position. Go to
step 5.
v No: Complete the following steps:
a. Determine the location of the cards in the group using the DSA. Record the DSA, which is word
7 of the reference code, from the user interface you are using.
b. Locate the cards specified in the DSA by performing isolation procedure MABIP53. Return here
and continue with the next step after locating the cards.
2. Were you able to identify a single card position by performing MABIP53?
v Yes: This is the location of the failing item. Go to step 5.
v No: Continue with the next step.
3. Complete the following, referring to the remove and replace procedures for each FRU location you
determined:
a. Remove all of the adapter and IOP cards in the locations that are identified in the given range of
card slots. Do not remove any FRUs with embedded adapters, only FRUs in PCI card slots.
b. Replace each card one at a time. Note: For IBM i adapters controlled by IOPs, replace the IOP
before any of the adapters.
Power on the unit after you replace each card until either the problem reappears or you have
replaced each card.
c. Did the problem reappear?
v Yes: The last card that you replaced before the problem appeared again is the failing item. This
ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
4. Did you identify a FRU with embedded adapters when performing MABIP53?
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v Yes: The problem is in the FRU with the embedded adapter. Continue with the next step and
replace that FRU.
v No: The problem might be intermittent. Contact your next level of support. This ends the
procedure.
5. For each unit, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary units, replace the failing items
listed in the following table.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Description
Location code
I/O backplane, PCI
bridge set 3
Un-P2, Un-P2-C5,
Un-P2-C6
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
BSTWRPL
This symbolic FRU is no longer supported.
BUSVPD
This is the VPD (vital product data) for a PCI bus at the multiadapter bridge end of the primary PCI bus.
1. Are you working from the serviceable event view and a card location is listed with this failing item?
v Yes: Then the error is at that card location. Continue with the next step.
v No: Complete the following steps:
a. Record the bus number value (BBBB) from word 7 of the reference code (see Analyzing a
RIO/HSL/12X or PCI bus reference code for help in determining the bus number).
b. Search for the bus number in the management console's or operating system's resource and
configuration interfaces, or in the system configuration listing, to determine which unit contains
the failing item. Record the frame or unit type and then continue with the next step.
2.
Use the following table to determine the appropriate service action.
Frame or unit that contains the failing item
Go to this symbolic FRU
System units
SYSBKPL
Expansion units
BACKPLN
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CABLEH
There might be a problem with the cabling between the system controllers and the BPHs.
Attention:
v Before replacing any cables, ensure that the cables are properly routed and securely plugged.
v If you are servicing a BPC and get a 1xxx 8720 or 8721 SRC for any BPC, ignore the error until you
have the BPC powered on again.
For 9119-FHB:
1. Is the SRC 1xxx 8720 or 8721?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Go to step 3.
2. For SRC 1xxx 8720 or 8721, perform the following steps:
v Ensure that the following Ethernet connections are cabled correctly:
– On the system controller at location Un-P1-C2: ent0 is connected to J05 on BPH-A, and ent1 is
connected to J05 on BPH-B. If a problem is found, correct it. This ends the procedure.
– On the system controller at location Un-P1-C5: ent0 is connected to J06 on BPH-A, and ent1 is
connected to J06 on BPH-B. If a problem is found, correct it. This ends the procedure.
Communications problems will result if cabling is mixed during repair or installation.
Next, you will be measuring voltages on the BPRs. If the SRC is 1xxx8720, you should measure the
voltage on BPR-A (front). If the SRC is 1xxx8721, you should measure the voltage on BPR-B (rear).
The test points are on the left side of BPR-1 and BPR-2.
Using the labeled test points on the face of the BPR, measure the voltages between the following
phases:
v Phase A and phase B
v Phase B and phase C
v Phase C and phase A
Are all of the meter readings greater than 180 V ac?
v Yes: Go to step 4.
v No: Inform the customer that power voltage at the input to the BPR is either missing or too low
and needs to be corrected. This ends the procedure.
3. Is the SRC 1xxx 8724 or 8725?
v No: Go to step 4.
v Yes: SPCN is reporting a mismatch between the machine type/model/serial number (MTMS) of the
frame and the MTMS stored in a BPC. Perform the following steps:
a. Verify that the Ethernet cabling going to and from both BPCs is correct (see step 2 above for
instructions on checking the connections between the system controllers and the BPHs. If there
is more than one frame, verify that the Ethernet cabling between the frames is correct. If a
problem is found, correct it. This ends the procedure.
b. Verify that the IP addresses shown on the management console are correct. If a problem is
found, correct it. This ends the procedure.
c. If all of the Ethernet cables are connected correctly, continue to the next FRU in the FRU list.
This ends the procedure.
4. Use the following table to perform the appropriate action for the SRC with which you are working.
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SRC
Action
Locations information
1xxx1D04
Replace the cables between the front Part locations and location codes
light strip and the service processors.
This ends the procedure.
1xxx1D05
Replace the cables between the rear
light strip and the service processors.
This ends the procedure.
1xxx8731, 1xxx8732, 1xxx8733,
1xxx8734
Verify that the cabling between the
BPA, BPCs, BPH, and the system
controllers is correct. If a problem is
found, correct it. This ends the
procedure.
Part locations and location codes
For 9125-F2C:
1. Is the SRC 1xxx 8720 or 8721?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Go to step 3.
2. For SRC 1xxx 8720 or 8721, perform the following steps:
v Ensure all hub A (BPHA P2-C1-Txx) Ethernet cables are plugged into Un-C147-T2 or Un-C148-T2 on
the DCCAs. If a problem is found, correct it. This ends the procedure.
v Ensure all hub B (BPHB P1-C1-Txx) Ethernet cables are plugged into Un-C147-T3 or Un-C148-T3 on
the DCCAs. If a problem is found, correct it. This ends the procedure.
Communications problems will result if cabling is mixed during repair or installation.
3. Is the SRC 1xxx 8724 or 8725?
v No: Go to step 4.
v Yes: SPCN is reporting a mismatch between the machine type/model/serial number (MTMS) of the
frame and the MTMS stored in a BPC. Perform the following steps:
a. Verify that the Ethernet cabling going to and from both BPCs is correct (see step 2 above for
instructions on checking the connections between the system controllers and the BPHs. If there
is more than one frame, verify that the Ethernet cabling between the frames is correct. If a
problem is found, correct it. This ends the procedure.
b. Verify that the IP addresses shown on the management console are correct. If a problem is
found, correct it. This ends the procedure.
c. If all of the Ethernet cables are connected correctly, continue to the next FRU in the FRU list.
This ends the procedure.
4. Use the following table to perform the appropriate action for the SRC with which you are working.
SRC
Action
Locations information
1xxx8731, 1xxx8732, 1xxx8733,
1xxx8734
Verify that the cabling between the
BPA, BPCs, BPH, and the DCCAs is
correct. If a problem is found, correct
it. This ends the procedure.
Part locations and location codes
CACHBAT
The cache battery pack might be failing.
1. Use the cache battery pack location information in the service action log (SAL) if it is available. If the
location is not available, use the address of the storage IOA. See the System reference code format
description to find the location code for the storage IOA.
Using the location code, see Part locations and location codes to identify the storage IOA.
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2. Use Table 2 below to determine the service action. If more than one location code is listed in the table
for the cache battery pack, and the location of the cache battery pack is not available in the SAL,
continue with step 3 to identify the location.
Note: The 571F/575B combination storage and auxiliary cache IOA card set uses two card slot
locations. The battery pack is located on the 575B side of the card set, regardless of the location found
in the previous steps. The 572F/575C combination storage and auxiliary cache IOA card set also uses
two card slot locations. The battery pack is located on the 575C side of the card set, regardless of the
location found in the previous steps.
Table 2. Cache battery service information
Description
Location code
Replacement
procedure
Type and model
Part number
All
Using the type
Storage I/O adapter
number of the storage card
IOA at the location
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-Px-Cx
For SCSI adapters,
see Replacing SCSI
RAID disk-controller
cache battery packs.
For SAS adapters, see
Maintaining the
rechargeable battery
on the 57B7, 57CF,
574E, and 572F/575C
SAS adapters.
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Using the type
Embedded storage
number of the storage controller on I/O
IOA at the location
backplane
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-P1-C14-E1
Note: The system
must be powered off
to replace the cache
batteries. If only one
cache battery needs
to be replaced, work
with IBM support
and the customer to
determine if both
cache batteries should
be replaced at the
same time to avoid
additional
maintenance down
time.
For SCSI and SAS
adapters, see SAS
RAID enablement
and cache battery
pack.
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Using the type
number of the storage
IOA at the location
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-P1-C19-E1
Note: The system
must be powered off
to replace the cache
batteries. If only one
cache battery needs
to be replaced, work
with IBM support
and the customer to
determine if both
cache batteries should
be replaced at the
same time to avoid
additional
maintenance down
time.
For SCSI and SAS
adapters, see SAS
RAID enablement
and cache battery
pack.
Feature storage
controller card
plugged into I/O
backplane
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Table 2. Cache battery service information (continued)
Part number
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
Using the type
Embedded storage
number of the storage controller on I/O
IOA at the location
backplane
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-P1-C14-E1
For SCSI and SAS
adapters, see SAS
RAID enablement
and cache battery
pack.
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
Using the type
number of the storage
IOA at the location
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-P1-C19-E1
For SCSI and SAS
adapters, see SAS
RAID enablement
and cache battery
pack.
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
Using the type
Embedded storage
number of the storage controller on I/O
IOA at the location
backplane
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-P1-C13-E1
For SCSI and SAS
adapters, see SAS
RAID enablement
and cache battery
pack.
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
Using the type
number of the storage
IOA at the location
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-P1-C18-E1
For SCSI and SAS
adapters, see SAS
RAID enablement
and cache battery
pack.
8231-E2B
Using the type
Embedded storage
number of the storage controller on I/O
IOA at the location
backplane
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-P1-C13-E1
Note: The system
must be powered off
to replace the cache
batteries. If only one
cache battery needs
to be replaced, work
with IBM support
and the customer to
determine if both
cache batteries should
be replaced at the
same time to avoid
additional
maintenance down
time.
For SCSI and SAS
adapters, see SAS
RAID enablement
and cache battery
pack.
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Description
Feature storage
controller card
plugged into I/O
backplane
Feature storage
controller card
plugged into I/O
backplane
Location code
Replacement
procedure
Type and model
Table 2. Cache battery service information (continued)
Replacement
procedure
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8231-E2B
Using the type
number of the storage
IOA at the location
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Feature storage
controller card
plugged into I/O
backplane
Un-P1-C18-E1
Note: The system
must be powered off
to replace the cache
batteries. If only one
cache battery needs
to be replaced, work
with IBM support
and the customer to
determine if both
cache batteries should
be replaced at the
same time to avoid
additional
maintenance down
time.
For SCSI and SAS
adapters, see SAS
RAID enablement
and cache battery
pack.
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Using the type
Embedded storage
number of the storage controller on I/O
IOA at the location
backplane
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
Un-P1-C10-E1
See Maintaining the
rechargeable battery
on the 57B7, 57CF,
574E, and 572F/575C
SAS adapters.
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD,
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Using the type
Embedded storage
number of the storage controller on I/O
IOA at the location
backplane
you found, see PCI
adapter information
by feature type to
determine the part
number.
v Un-P2-C9-C1-E1
See Maintaining the
rechargeable battery
on the 57B7, 57CF,
574E, and 572F/575C
SAS adapters.
v Un-P2-C9-C1-E2
3. Perform the following actions to determine the location of the cache battery pack:
a. Record the resource name from the product activity log (PAL) or SAL entry for this error.
b. From the Start a Service Tool display, select Hardware service manager > Locate resource by
resource name.
c. Enter the resource name of the storage IOA that you recorded from the PAL or SAL entry.
d. Select Display detail.
e. The PCI bus number is shown in decimal.
f. Use Table 3 to determine the location of the cache battery pack. Then use Table 2 on page 223 to
determine the service action.
Table 3. Determining the cache battery location
Type and model
PCI bus number (decimal)
Location code
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
512
Un-P1-C14-E1
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
514
Un-P1-C19-E1
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
10
Un-P1-C14-E1
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
12
Un-P1-C19-E1
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Table 3. Determining the cache battery location (continued)
Type and model
PCI bus number (decimal)
Location code
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
10
Un-P1-C13-E1
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
12
Un-P1-C18-E1
8231-E2B
512
Un-P1-C13-E1
8231-E2B
514
Un-P1-C18-E1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
520
Un-P2-C9-C1-E1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
521
Un-P2-C9-C1-E2
9117-MMB, 9179-MHB
526, 590, 654, or 718
Un-P2-C9-C1-E2
9117-MMB, 9179-MHB
527, 591, 655, or 719
Un-P2-C9-C1-E1
9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHC,
or 9179-MHD
521, 585, 649, or 713
Un-P2-C9-C1-E2
9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHC,
or 9179-MHD
520, 584, 648, or 712
Un-P2-C9-C1-E1
This ends the procedure.
CACHE
This symbolic FRU is no longer supported.
CAPACTY
The failing component is the VPD card.
After the part has been replaced and before powering on the system, make sure the system's Vital
Product Data (VPD) is restored (see Setting the system identifiers, or see Programming vital product
data). The system will not complete an IPL unless the VPD information is programed correctly.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
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Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
VPD card
Un-P1-C20
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
VPD card
Un-P1-C19
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
VPD card
Un-P1-C9
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
VPD card
Un-P2-C7
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
VPD card (on the
primary unit or any
of the secondary
units)
Un-P2-C7
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
CARDFLT
Use this information to perform the appropriate action for the SRC you are working with.
1. Is the failing system a 9119-FHB?
No: Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list. This ends the procedure
Yes: Use the following table to find the appropriate action for the SRC you are working with.
Table 1. 9119-FHB
SRC
Replace this FRU
Locations information
1xxx1D00
1. System controller at Un-P1-C2
Part locations and location codes
2. System controller at Un-P1-C5
1xxx1D01
1. System controller at Un-P1-C5
2. System controller at Un-P1-C2
1xxx1D02
1. Clock card at Un-P1-C3
2. Clock card at Un-P1-C4
1xxx1D03
1. Clock card at Un-P1-C4
2. Clock card at Un-P1-C3
1xxx1D10
1. The node controller at Un-Pm-C42
in the book specified by the
location code reported with the
SRC.
2. The other node controller at
Un-Pm-C43 in the book specified
by the location code reported
with the SRC.
1xxx1D11
1. The node controller at Un-Pm-C43
in the book specified by the
location code reported with the
SRC.
2. The other node controller at
Un-Pm-C42 in the book specified
by the location code reported
with the SRC.
1xxx1D12
The I/O hub card at Un-Pm-C44 in
the book specified by the location
code reported with the error.
1xxx1D13
The I/O hub card at Un-Pm-C41 in
the book specified by the location
code reported with the error.
1xxx1D14
The I/O hub card at Un-Pm-C40 in
the book specified by the location
code reported with the error.
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1xxx1D15
The I/O hub card at Un-Pm-C39 in
the book specified by the location
code reported with the error.
1xxx5000
The system controller at Un-P1-C2
1xxx5001
The system controller at Un-P1-C5
1xxx8400
Replace the primary system
controller.
1xxx8409
Replace the primary system
controller.
1xxx8410 through 1xxx8417
Replace the primary system
controller.
1xxx8420 through 1xxx8427
Replace the primary system
controller.
1xxx8470 through 1xxx8477
Replace the primary system
controller.
1xxx8710 through 1xxx871F
Replace the primary system
controller.
1xxx8720, 1xxx8721
Replace the secondary system
controller.
1xxx8724, 1xxx8725
Replace the secondary system
controller.
1xxx8735
Replace the secondary system
controller.
This ends the procedure.
CARDTMP
The cryptographic adapter has detected a voltage or temperature change in its physical operating
environment.
Correct the voltage or temperature condition. Vary off the cryptographic device description associated
with the device resource on the adapter resource and vary it back on.
CBLALL
An SPCN cable might be the failing item.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
When there is a location and part number displayed on the control panel of a system or expansion unit,
replace that FRU first.
Complete the following steps to determine the part number of the failing part.
1. Is the reference code 1xxx1502, 1xxx1512, 1xxx1522, or 1xxx1532?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the items in the following table one at a time.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
520C
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
228
5796, 7314-G30
42R4491
Power supply
Un-Ex
For all other units,
– SPCN cables
– Power distribution card
This ends the procedure.
2. Is the reference code 1xxx2612, 1xxx9012, 1xxx9013, 1xxx90F0, 1xxx9135, or 1xxxC62E?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The failing item is the SPCN frame-to-frame cable or adapter. The following list shows the
possible failing items, and the cable or adapter lengths when appropriate.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
1463
09P1251
SPCN cable (2
meters)
1464
22R5219
SPCN cable (6
meters)
1465
22R5221
SPCN cable (15
meters)
1466
22R5222
SPCN cable 30.0
meters
21F9360
SPCN cable 60.0
meters
0369
41U0128
SPCN optical cable
(100.0 meters)
1468
41U0129
Optical SPCN cable
(250 meters)
39J3865
SPCN optical adapter
Location code
This ends the procedure.
3. Is the reference code 1xxx2613?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: If there are two power supplies in the system, verify that both power supplies are plugged
into the same line voltage (either 110V ac or 220V ac, or -48V dc if your system is configured to
operate with this voltage). If this is not the case, correct it.
This error code can also be posted if the power supply cannot support the hardware in the
system. If there is only one power supply, and it is plugged into 110V ac, inform the customer that
the power supply must be plugged into 220V ac. If the customer does not have two power
supplies, the other option is to install the second power supply. This ends the procedure.
4. Is the reference code 1xxx5010?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The firmware is reporting that the SPCN ports are not present. Replace the following FRUs
one at a time until the problem is resolved.
a. The cable from the SPCN ports on the back of the system (Un-P1-T3 and Un-P1-T4) to the
system backplane.
b. The system backplane at location Un-P1.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
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8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
SPCN port to
backplane cable
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
This ends the procedure.
5. Is the reference code 1xxx6003?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The failing item is the 12X cable attached to the I/O backplane in the 5802 expansion unit.
Replace the 12X cable going to the I/O backplane at location Un-P1. If this does not resolve the
problem, replace the I/O backplane at location Un-P1.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
5802
See Planning for
cables.
12X cable
5802
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Location code
Un-P1
This ends the procedure.
6. Is the reference code 1xxx9133?
v No: Go to step 8.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
7. Verify that the expansion units are cabled correctly with both RIO/HSL cables and power network
connections and that they are powered on and not indicating an error condition. Resolve any
problems you discover. Does the SRC persist?
v No: This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
8. There might be a problem in the power network connection. Check the error log for another
1xxxxxxx SRC that was logged around the same time as the 1xxx9133 SRC. Is such an SRC present?
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Return to Starting a repair action and service the 1xxxxxxx SRC to resolve this problem. This
ends the procedure.
9. Is the SRC 1xxx9137 or 1xxx9138?
v No: Return to Starting a repair action. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
Note: If you are performing maintenance on your system and as a result are now experiencing a
1xxx9137 or 1xxx9138 reference code, ensure your maintenance actions did not cause the reference
codes before replacing any additional parts. Ignore the 1xxx9137 or 1xxx9138 reference codes if
you are doing concurrent maintenance on the affected expansion unit, RIO/HSL loop, or 12X
HCA loop associated with the affected expansion unit, cable, or adapter.
10. Visually verify the following items:
v RIO/HSL or 12X HCA loop cables are connected and seated correctly.
v All connected expansion units are powered on and not indicating an error condition.
Note: If a problem is found during any of these checks, resolve that problem. If your system is
still producing an SRC, continue with the next step.
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11. If your system produced SRC 1xxx9138, you have a faulty location code or vital product data.
Contact your next level of support. If your system produced SRC 1xxx9137, check the error log for
RIO or HSL SRC B700698x or 12X HCA loop SRCs B70069Ex or B70069Fx logged around the same
time as SRC 1xxx9137. Did your system produce SRC B700698x, B70069Ex, or B70069Fx?
v No: Go to the next step.
v Yes: Return to Starting a repair action and resolve SRC B700698x, B70069Ex, or B70069Fx to solve
the problem.
12. The SPCN firmware found more I/O resources than were found on the RIO/HSL loops and 12X
HCA loops. This does not indicate an SPCN failure, even though the SRC was logged by the SPCN
firmware; it indicates a problem in a RIO, HSL, or 12X HCA loop.
A drawer's serial number should have been reported with the 1xxx9137 SRC. Locate this drawer, the
RIO/HSL or 12X HCA cables going to it, and the bus adapter in the system unit drawer to which
those cables are attached.
Replace the following parts, one a time, until the problem is resolved:
a. The RIO/HSL or 12X HCA cables going to the drawer.
b. The RIO/HSL or 12X HCA adapter in the system drawer.
c. The RIO/HSL or 12X HCA adapter in the I/O drawer.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See description
RIO, HSL, or 12X
HCA loop cables.
Refer to Planning for
cables for cable FRU
part numbers.
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See description
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
RIO, HSL, or 12X
HCA loop cables.
Refer to Planning for
cables for cable FRU
part numbers.
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
RIO/HSL-2 adapter
Un-P1-C8 or
Un-P1-C9
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
RIO/HSL-2 adapter
Un-P1-C2 or
Un-P1-C3
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Dual-port 12X Host
Channel Attachment
adapter
Un-P1-C8 or
Un-P1-C9
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Dual-port 12X Host
Channel Attachment
adapter
Un-P1-C2 or
Un-P1-C3
5796, 7314-G30
Dual-port 12X HCA
Un-P1-C7
10N8782
Is the problem resolved?
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v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: This ends the procedure.
CBLCONT
This symbolic FRU is used to show additional locations for the endpoints of cables.
This FRU appears in the serviceable event user interface of an operating system, service processor, or the
management console, and is associated with the cable FRU that precedes it in the list. The location code
associated with this FRU is the location of another end of the same cable. Cable FRUs are shown in the
display by listing the cable's part number or symbolic FRU first with the location code of one end of the
cable. Each additional cable endpoint is represented as a "CBLCONT" FRU with a location code for
another endpoint.
Note: If question marks (???) appear at the end of the location code, the port could not be determined.
Use the location code associated with the other end of the cable. If question marks appear for both port
locations, use the isolation procedures suggested in the service information for this SRC.
CDAWKLD
Too many communications lines are in use.
CDTRAY
This symbolic FRU is not supported.
CHECK
Look here for information about the CHECK symbolic FRU.
If the attached device is an external device, perform the following steps before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the device is powered on.
2. Is there a SCSI interface between the IOP/IOA and the device?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Complete the following steps:
a. If an interposer is required, make sure that it is connected between the I/O processor and the
SCSI cable.
b. Ensure that the SCSI cable is seated correctly, and that there are no bent or damaged pins on the
SCSI cable.
c. Ensure that a terminating plug is attached to the device end of the SCSI cable.
d. Continue with the next step.
3. Is there a Fibre Channel interface between the IOP/IOA and the device?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Complete the following steps:
a. Verify that any hub or gateway devices are powered on.
b. Verify that the Fibre Channel cable is correctly connected to the ports.
c. If a cleaning kit is available, clean the Fibre Channel cable connectors.
d. Continue with the next step.
4. Is there a SAS interface between the IOA and the device?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Complete the following steps:
a. Verify that the SAS cable is correctly connected to the ports.
b. Continue with the next step.
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5. Is there a USB interface between the IOA and the device?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Complete the following steps:
a. Verify that the USB cable is correctly connected to the ports.
b. Continue with the next step.
6. Perform the verification procedures which are located in the service information for the system unit to
see if the problem was corrected.
This ends the procedure.
CLCKMOD
The logic oscillator is failing.
For each unit, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary units, use the table below to
determine which FRU to replace.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
CLNTSRC
The SRC in the error log is not recognized by the error analysis diagnostic component.
Unrecognized SRCs can occur when features or device types are installed that are newer than the level of
diagnostic code in the version and release of the operating system or firmware that is running. Look up
the SRC in the documentation for the version of the operating system or firmware you are running. If
you do not find it, look in the documentation for a newer release of the operating system or firmware
and follow the service actions listed there.
If you cannot find the SRC documented, contact your next level of support for assistance.
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CLRNVRM
A problem might exist with the service processor nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM).
Complete the following steps:
1. Is your system managed by a management console?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Continue with step 3.
2. Complete the following steps:
a. Power off the system.
b. Using ASMI, select System Service Aids > Factory Configuration.
c. Select Continue to clear the configuration.
Note: Clearing the configuration causes the loss of all the configured system settings (such as the
management console access and ASMI passwords, time of day, network configuration, hardware
deconfiguration policies, and so on) that you might have set by using the user interfaces. Also,
partition-related information and platform error logs are lost, and the service processor is reset. Before
continuing with this operation, make sure that you manually record all settings that you need to
preserve.
Ensure that the connection to HMC1 or HMC2 that is not being used to access the ASMI is
disconnected from the network. Follow the instructions in the system service publications to configure
the network interfaces after the reset.
This ends the procedure.
3. Your system is managed by the management console. Do not replace the battery. Instead, clear the
NVRAM by removing the battery for 5 minutes and then reinstalling it.
Note: Clearing the configuration causes the loss of all the configured system settings (such as the
management console access and ASMI passwords, time of day, network configuration, hardware
deconfiguration policies, and so on) that you might have set by using the user interfaces. Also,
partition-related information and platform error logs are lost, and the service processor is reset. Before
continuing with this operation, make sure that you manually record all settings that you need to
preserve. Ensure that the connection to HMC1 or HMC2 that is not being used to access the ASMI is
disconnected from the network. Follow the instructions in the system service publications to configure
the network interfaces after the reset.
This ends the procedure.
CMPRES1
The compressed device and the compression IOA are not compatible.
CNVTCRD
The card that converts SATA to IDE might be failing. This procedure will help you determine the failing
part.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
This ends the procedure.
CCIN or FFC
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Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Media backplane
Un-P2
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Storage backplane
Un-P3
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Media backplane
Un-P2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Media backplane
Un-P2-C9
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
CRYPBAT
The batteries for the cryptographic adapter need to be replaced.
Attention: If you remove any of the batteries without first backing up the power with a fresh battery,
the data in the card's protected memory could be lost, which would render the cryptographic adapter
useless and require its replacement. Because the 4758-023 adapter contains 4 batteries, and the battery
replacement kit contains only 2 batteries, do not attempt to remove or replace batteries unless you have
two battery replacement kits. All other cryptographic adapters contain only 2 batteries, and therefore
require only one battery replacement kit.
1. Use the following table to determine the battery kit (FRU) required.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
4758-001
Part number
Description
Location code
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 09J8199
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
PCI cryptographic
coprocessor battery
kit
Un-P2-Cx
4758-023
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 09J8199
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
PCI cryptographic
coprocessor battery
kit
Un-P2-Cx
4764-001
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
41V1061
PCI cryptographic
coprocessor battery
kit
Un-P1-Cx
4764-001
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 41V1061
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
PCI cryptographic
coprocessor battery
kit
Un-P2-Cx
This ends the procedure.
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CRYPTLP
Cryptographic adapter Licensed Internal Code problem.
The Licensed Internal Code for the cryptographic adapter does not ship with the system.
For systems with Licensed Internal Code V5R4M5 or earlier it is contained within the licensed program
5733-CY1 Cryptographic Device Manager. For systems with Licensed Internal Code V6R1M0 or later it is
contained within the licensed program 5733-CY2 Cryptographic Device Manager.
Perform one of the following options:
v If the SRC is B0136615, ensure that this licensed program is loaded on the system. If it is not, vary off
the cryptographic adapter, apply the licensed program to the system, and then vary on the
cryptographic adapter. The vary-on process might take up to 15 minutes.
v If the SRC is B0136619, vary off the cryptographic adapter, apply the most recent version of the
licensed program to the system, and then vary on the cryptographic adapter. The vary-on process
might take up to 15 minutes.
This ends the procedure.
CTLPNCD
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system. Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
CTLPNL
A control panel or display panel might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
Control panel
Un-D1
2B68
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Control panel
Un-D1
28D4
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Control panel
Un-D1
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
CTPLPDU
The MAXFRAME value in CRTLINETH command is too large.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
local area network line description with the DSPLIND command.
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Vary off the line. Use the CHGLINETH command to reduce the MAXFRAME value. Then vary the line
back on.
CTPNADR
The ADPTADR value in CRTLINETH command is specified incorrectly.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
local area network line description with the DSPLIND command.
Vary off the line. Use the CHGLINETH command to change the ADPTADR value to *ADPT. Then vary
the line back on.
DCA
A DCA needs to be replaced.
Determine which DCA to replace, and then follow the link to locations information to find the
appropriate removal information.
Table 4. 9119-FHB
SRC
FRU to replace
Locations information
1xxx8710
DCA 1 in processor book Un-P2-E2
Part locations and location codes
1xxx8711
DCA 2 in processor book Un-P2-E1
1xxx8712
DCA 1 in processor book Un-P6-E2
1xxx8713
DCA 2 in processor book Un-P6-E1
1xxx8714
DCA 1 in processor book Un-P3-E2
1xxx8715
DCA 2 in processor book Un-P3-E1
1xxx8716
DCA 1 in processor book Un-P7-E2
1xxx8717
DCA 2 in processor book Un-P7-E1
1xxx8718
DCA 1 in processor book Un-P4-E2
1xxx8719
DCA 2 in processor book Un-P4-E1
1xxx871A
DCA 1 in processor book Un-P8-E2
1xxx871B
DCA 2 in processor book Un-P8-E1
1xxx871C
DCA 1 in processor book Un-P5-E2
1xxx871D
DCA 2 in processor book Un-P5-E1
1xxx871E
DCA 1 in processor book Un-P9-E2
1xxx871F
DCA 2 in processor book Un-P9-E1
Table 5. 9125-F2C
SRC
FRU to replace
Locations information
1xxx8710
DCCA at location Un-C147
Part locations and location codes
1xxx8711
DCCA at location Un-C148
If the problem persists, check cable routing and connections.
DEVBPLN
A device backplane might be failing.
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Complete the following steps:
1. Does the SRC that sent you here begin with 506x, or are you working with an attached 5786 or 5787
disk expansion unit?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the SCSI interface card of the 5786, 5787 disk expansion unit. See the table at the end
of this procedure for location and part number information. If this does not fix the problem,
continue replacing the other failing items in the failing item list. If the other failing items do not fix
the problem, replace the disk expansion unit chassis.
2. Does the SRC that sent you here begin with a 509A or are you working with an attached 5886 disk
expansion unit?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the midplane of the 5886 disk expansion unit. See the table at the end of this
procedure for location and part number information.
3. Does the SRC that sent you here begin with a 509D or are you working with an attached 5720 or
7214-1U2 expansion unit?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: This failing item is not applicable. Continue with the next item in the failing item list.
4. Does the SRC that sent you here begin with a 50AD or are you working with an attached 5724
expansion unit?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: This failing item is not applicable. Continue with the next item in the failing item list.
5. Does the SRC that sent you here begin with a 50B1 or are you working with an attached 5887 disk
expansion unit?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the midplane of the 5887 disk expansion unit. See the table at the end of this
procedure for location and part number information.
6. Does the SRC that sent you here begin with a 57C3 or are you working with an attached EDR1 PCIe
storage enclosure?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the midplane of the EDR1 PCIe storage enclosure. See the table at the end of this
procedure for location and part number information.
7. Replace the device backplane. See the following table for location and part number information.
CCIN or FFC
2A39, 2A16
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Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5786, 5787
See System parts.
Device backplane
Un-P2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
Device backplane
Un-P3
5803, 5873
See System parts.
Device backplane
Un-P3
5886
42R7898
5886 SAS expansion
unit midplane
Un-P1
5887
See System parts.
5887 SAS expansion
unit midplane
Un-P1
EDR1
See System parts.
EDR1 PCIe storage
enclosure midplane
Un-P1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Device backplane
Un-P2
2BBE
8.
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Device backplane
Un-P2-C9
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
506D
5786, 5787
12R9040
SCSI interface card 1
(upper left), SCSI
repeater card
assembly, dual
Un-C2
506E
5786, 5787
12R9042
SCSI interface card 1
(upper left, SCSI
repeater card
assembly, single)
Un-C2
506D
5786, 5787
12R9040
SCSI interface card 2
(upper right), SCSI
repeater card
assembly, dual
Un-C3
506E
5786, 5787
12R9042
SCSI interface card 2
(upper right), SCSI
repeater card
assembly, single
Un-C3
506D
5786, 5787
12R9040
SCSI interface card 3
(lower left), SCSI
repeater card
assembly, dual
Un-C4
506E
5786, 5787
12R9042
SCSI interface card 3
(lower left), SCSI
repeater card
assembly, single
Un-C4
506D
5786, 5787
12R9040
SCSI interface card 4
(lower right), SCSI
repeater card
assembly, dual
Un-C5
506E
5786, 5787
12R9042
SCSI interface card 4
(lower right), SCSI
repeater card
assembly, single
Un-C5
5886
42R7898
5886 SAS expansion
unit midplane
Un-P1
5887
See System parts.
5887 SAS expansion
unit midplane
Un-P1
EDR1
See System parts.
EDR1 PCIe storage
enclosure midplane
Un-P1
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DEVICE
The addressed storage device is the failing item.
Complete the following.
1. Is the device location information available in the service action log (SAL)?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the failing item.
2. Find the IOP address and the device address (see the System reference code format description.
3. To determine the location of the I/O processor card, see Part locations and location codes and find the
diagram of the system unit or the expansion unit. Then, find:
v The IOP card location identified by the direct select address.
v The addressed storage device location identified by the device address.
4. Replace the failing device. Use the device type to help determine the part number.
This ends the procedure.
DEVTERM
The device terminating plug might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Find the IOA type:
a. Find the IOA location information in the service action log if it is available. If the location is not
available, find the address of the IOA. See the System reference code format description. Use the
address to find the location. See Part locations and location codes.
b. Find the IOA card in the system and read the type number of the card at that location.
2. Use the information in the following table to determine the failing terminating plug.
Storage IOA type
Action
5702/571A
Use part number 23R5841.
All others
The terminator is integrated into the backplane and not a
separate failing item.
3. Replace the failing item. Note: If the terminating plug is located on a backplane, go to symbolic FRU
BACKPLN. Follow the procedure until the terminating plug is accessible and then remove or replace
the plug.
This ends the procedure.
DIMM 0
Use this topic to view the locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on the 2890 and 2892
Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) cards.
In the following two figures, the first DIMM from the top of the IXS card (DIMM 0) is the failing item. To
determine the part number, go to symbolic FRU MEMORY. This ends the procedure.
Figure 1. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on 2890 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card.
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Figure 2. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card.
DIMM 1
Use this topic to view the locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on the 2890 and 2892
Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) cards.
In the following two figures, the second DIMM from the top of the IXS card (DIMM 1) is the failing item.
To determine the part number, go to symbolic FRU MEMORY. This ends the procedure.
Figure 1. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on 2890 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card.
Figure 2. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card.
DIMM 2
Use this topic to view the locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 and DIMM 3 on the 2890 and 2892
Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) card.
In the following two figures, the third DIMM from the top (DIMM 2) of the IXS card is the failing item.
To determine the part number, go to symbolic FRU MEMORY. This ends the procedure.
Figure 1. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on 2890 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card.
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Figure 2. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card.
DIMM2_3
Use this topic to view the locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated
xSeries Server (IXS) card.
The third or fourth DIMM from the top (DIMM 2 or DIMM 3) of the IXS card is the failing item. To
determine the part number, go to symbolic FRU MEMORY. This ends the procedure.
Figure 1. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card.
DIMM 3
Use this topic to view the locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 and DIMM 3 on the 2890 and 2892
Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) cards.
In the following two figures, the fourth DIMM from the top (DIMM 3) of the IXS card is the failing item.
To determine the part number, go to symbolic FRU MEMORY.
Figure 1. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 and DIMM 3 on 2890 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card
Figure 2. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card
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DIMM0_1
Use this topic to view the locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated
xSeries Server (IXS) card.
The first or second DIMM from the top (DIMM 0 or DIMM 1) of the IXS card is the failing item. To
determine the part number, go to symbolic FRU MEMORY. This ends the procedure.
Figure 1. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
card.
DISKDRV
This symbolic FRU indicates that the disk drive or solid state drive part number could not be
determined.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the device location information available in the serviceable event view?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the failing item. Either remove the drive to determine the part number or use the
CCIN of the drive and see System parts to find the part number. To replace the failing item, see
Disk drive. This ends the procedure.
2. Find the direct select address and the device address. See the System reference code format
description.
3. See Part locations and location codes and find the diagram of the system unit or expansion unit. Use
the direct select address and the device address to find the location of the disk unit.
4. Is the SRC reported on the control panel?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: See the System reference code format description. The two rightmost characters of word 2
define the SRC format. Use the correct SRC format to locate the function that contains the
characters tttt lmmm, where:
– tttt = Type number
–
–
l = Level
mmm = Model
Then go to step 6.
5. Replace the failing item. Either remove the drive to determine the part number or use the CCIN of
the drive and see System parts to find the part number. To replace the failing item, see Disk drive.
This ends the procedure.
6. Replace the failing item. Use the type (CCIN) of the drive and see System parts to find the part
number. If you do not know the type, remove the disk unit to determine the part number. To replace
the failing item, see Disk drive. This ends the procedure.
DISKFAN
A fan in an expansion unit might be failing.
Perform one of the following options:
v If the SRC that sent you here is 506x7611 or 506x7614, replace the 5786, 5787, 7031-D24, or 7031-T24 fan
located in Un-A1. See the table below to find the part number and location of the item to replace. This
ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 506x7621 or 506x7624, replace the 5786, 5787, 7031-D24, or 7031-T24 fan
located in Un-A2. See the table below to find the part number and location of the item to replace. This
ends the procedure.
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v If the SRC that sent you here is 506x7631 or 506x7634, replace the 5786, 5787, 7031-D24, or 7031-T24 fan
located in Un-A3. See the table below to find the part number and location of the item to replace. This
ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 506x15xx, replace the 5786, 5787, 7031-D24, or 7031-T24 fans located in
Un -A1, Un-A2, and Un-A3 one at a time until the problem is resolved. See the table below to find the
part number and location of the item to replace. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 509A7613, 509A7614, 509A7623 or 509A7624, replace the 5886 power
supply (internal fan) located in Un-E1. See the table below to find the part number and location of the
item to replace. If this does not fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E2. This ends
the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 509A7633, 509A7634, 509A7643, or 509A7644, replace the 5886 power
supply (internal fan) located in Un-E2. See the table below to find the part number and location of the
item to replace. If this does not fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E1. This ends
the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 509D7614, replace the 5720 or 7214-1U2 fan located in Un-A1. See the
table below to find the part number and location of the item to replace. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 50AD7614, replace the 5724 fan located in Un-A1. See the table below
to find the part number and location of the item to replace. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 50B176x4, where x is 1 - 8, replace the 5887 power supply (internal fan)
located in Un-E1. See the table below to find the part number and location of the item to replace. If this
does not fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E2. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 50B176x4, where x is 9, A, B, C, D, E, F, or 0, replace the 5887 power
supply (internal fan) located in Un-E2. See the table below to find the part number and location of the
item to replace. If this does not fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E1. This ends
the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 57C37614, replace the EDR1 power supply (internal fan) located in
Un-P1-E1. See the table below to find the part number and location of the item to replace. This ends
the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 57C37664, replace the EDR1 power supply (internal fan) located in
Un-P1-E2. See the table below to find the part number and location of the item to replace. This ends
the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 57C376x4, where x is 2 through 5, replace the EDR1 fan assembly
located in Un-P1-C1-A1. See the table below to find the part number and location of the item to
replace. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 57C376x4, where x is 7, 8, 9, or A, replace the EDR1 fan assembly
located in Un-P1-C2-A1. See the table below to find the part number and location of the item to
replace. This ends the procedure.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
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Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5720, 5724, or
7214-1U2
95P4066
Fan
Un-A1
5786, 5787, 7031-D24,
or 7031-T24
12R9950
Fan 1
Un-A1
5786, 5787, 7031-D24,
or 7031-T24
12R9950
Fan 2
Un-A2
5786, 5787, 7031-D24,
or 7031-T24
12R9950
Fan 3
Un-A3
5886
39R6547
Power supply
(internal fan)
Un-E1
5886
39R6547
Power supply
(internal fan)
Un-E2
5887
See System parts.
Power supply
(internal fan)
Un-E1
5887
See System parts.
Power supply
(internal fan)
Un-E2
EDR1
See System parts.
Power supply
(internal fan)
Un-P1-E1
EDR1
See System parts.
Power supply
(internal fan)
Un-P1-E2
EDR1
See System parts.
Fan assembly
Un-P1-C1-A1
EDR1
See System parts.
Fan assembly
Un-P1-C2-A1
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
DISKIMG
There might be a problem with the Network Server Description (NWSD).
First, vary off and then vary back on the NWSD. If this action does not correct the problem, delete and
re-create the NWSD, or call your next level of support.
DISKPWR
A power supply in an expansion unit might be failing.
Perform one of the following options:
v If the system reference code (SRC) that sent you here is 506x1511 or 506x1515, replace the 5786, 5787,
7031-D24, or 7031-T24 expansion unit power supply located in Un-E1. See the following table for the
part number and location of the item to replace. If this does not fix the problem, replace the power
supply located in Un-E2. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 506x1521 or 506x1525, replace the 5786, 5787, 7031-D24, or 7031-T24
expansion unit power supply located in Un-E2. See the following table for the part number and
location of the item to replace. If this does not fix the problem, replace the power supply located in
Un-E1. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 509A1511 or 509A1515, replace the 5886 power supply located in
Un-E1. See the following table for the part number and location of the item to replace. If this does not
fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E2. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 509A1521 or 509A1525, replace the 5886 power supply located in
Un-E2. See the following table for the part number and location of the item to replace. If this does not
fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E1. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 50B11511 or 50B11515, replace the 5887 power supply located in Un-E1.
See the following table for the part number and location of the item to replace. If this does not fix the
problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E2. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 50B11521 or 50B11525, replace the 5887 power supply located in Un-E2.
See the following table for the part number and location of the item to replace. If this does not fix the
problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E1. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 509D1511 or 509D1515, replace the 5720 or 7214-1U2 power supply
located in Un-E1. See the following table for the part number and location of the item to replace. If this
does not fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-E2. This ends the procedure.
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v If the SRC that sent you here is 50ADxxxx or you are working with an attached 5724 expansion unit,
this failing item is not applicable. Continue with the next item in the failing item list. This ends the
procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 57C31511 or 57C31515, replace the EDR1 power supply located in
Un-P1-E1. See the following table for the part number and location of the item to replace. If this does
not fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-P1-E2. This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC that sent you here is 57C31521 or 57C31525, replace the EDR1 power supply located in
Un-P1-E2. See the following table for the part number and location of the item to replace. If this does
not fix the problem, replace the power supply located in Un-P1-E1. This ends the procedure.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5786, 5787, 7031-D24,
7031-T24
See System parts.
Power supply 1 (left)
Un-E1
5786, 5787, 7031-D24,
7031-T24
See System parts.
Power supply 2
(right)
Un-E2
5886
See System parts.
Power supply 1 (left)
Un-E1
5886
See System parts.
Power supply 2
(right)
Un-E2
5887
See System parts.
Power supply 1 (left)
Un-E1
5887
See System parts.
Power supply 2
(right)
Un-E2
5720, 7214-1U2
95P3651
Power supply
Un-Ex
EDR1
See System parts.
Power supply 1 (left)
Un-P1-E1
EDR1
See System parts.
Power supply 2
(right)
Un-P1-E2
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
DISKTRY
This symbolic FRU is no longer supported.
DSKUNIT
DSKUNIT is similar to the symbolic FRU DISKDRV.
See symbolic FRU DISKDRV.
DPAC
The two-port adapter cable is the failing item.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
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Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
21F9345
Two-port adapter
cable
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 21F9345
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Two-port adapter
cable
Un-P2-Cx-Ty
DRVSWCH
The address switches on an optical disk drive in the optical library need to be checked and verified.
See 3995 Publications and Documentation for more information.
EACODE
An error occurred in the error analysis Licensed Internal Code.
Contact your next level of support for assistance.
EXTREMD
An external removable media storage device might be failing.
1. Perform symbolic FRU CHECK before removing or replacing parts. Return here if no problems are
identified.
2. Use the device type and see the appropriate service documentation for that device. This
documentation will help you determine the part numbers and replacement procedures to use during
this repair action.
3. If you are unable to locate the documentation for the specific device, contact your next level of
support for assistance.
This ends the procedure.
EXTSCSI
The external signal cable might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is more than one device attached?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: See the device documentation for information about setting the device address. This ends the
procedure.
2. Is the attached device in the system unit?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Use symbolic FRU BACKPLN to determine which signal cables to replace. This ends the
procedure.
3. Is the attached device a 358x device?
v No: Continue with the next step.
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v Yes: For specific 358x attachment cable information, refer to the specific device and model service
documentation, or contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
4. Find the IOA type:
a. Find the IOA location.
b. Use the location information of the IOA in the service action log if it is available. If the location is
not available, find the address. See the System reference code format description. Use the address
to find the location. See Part locations and location codes.
c. Find the IOA card in the system and read the type number of the card at that location.
5. Find the IOA type, the attached device, the cable length, and the cable part number in the following
list.
6. Verify that the part number in the list is the same as the part number on the cable.
7. For external devices that are not found in the following list, use the device type and see the
appropriate service documentation for that device. The service documentation for that device will
help you determine the FRU part numbers and replacement procedures you are to use during this
repair action. If you are unable to locate the documentation for your specific device, contact your next
level of support for assistance.
Table 6. External device and part numbers
IOP or IOA Type
Device
Lengths
Part Number
2782, 5702, 5703, 571A
7206/VX2, 7207/122,
7208/345, 7210/020,
7210/025
1.5 meters
19P4508, or 19P4506 with
19P0482 interposer cable.
7206/VX2, 7207/122,
7208/345, 7210/020,
7210/025
2.5 meters
7206/VX2, 7208/345
4.5 meters
2782, 5702, 5703, 571A
2782, 5702, 5703, 571A
For other device types, see
the device documentation
to determine cable part
numbers.
19P0279, or 35L1307 with
19P0482 interposer cable.
For other device types, see
the device documentation
to determine cable part
numbers.
19P0050
For other device types, see
the device documentation
to determine cable part
numbers.
2782, 5702, 5703, 571A
7206/VX2, 7208/345
10 meters
19P0048
For other device types, see
the device documentation
to determine cable part
numbers.
571B, 571F
5786 or 5787 expansion unit 1 meter
36R2585
571B, 571F
5786 or 5787 expansion unit 3 meters
36R2576
571B, 571F
5786 or 5787 expansion unit 5 meters
36R2577
571B, 571F
5786 or 5787 expansion unit 10 meters
36R2578
571B, 571F
5786 or 5787 expansion unit 20 meters
36R2579
Notes:
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v All cables for the 9427 tape library must include an interposer (part 05H3834) on the device end of
the cable.
v All cables for the 3996 and 399F attachment are the responsibility of the external device service.
v For specific 358X attachment cable information, see the specific device and model service
documentation, or contact your next level of support.
This ends the procedure.
FCCABLE
The Fibre Channel cable might be failing.
Use the part number on the cable to determine the part number to replace.
FCCODE
An error has been detected in the Fibre Channel gateway device licensed internal code.
See the gateway device service documentation for possible corrective actions.
FCDEV
The attached Fibre Channel device or Fiber Channel gateway device is the failing item.
Is there a Fibre Channel gateway device between the Fiber Channel I/O adapter and the device?
v No: See the attached device service documentation to determine the parts to replace. This ends the
procedure.
v Yes: See symbolic FRU FCGATE. This ends the procedure.
FCGATE
The Fibre Channel gateway device is the failing item.
Use the gateway device service documentation to determine the parts to replace.
FCINTF
An error has been detected on the Fibre Channel interface.
The failure might be any component between and including the Fibre Channel IOA and the storage
device. To continue diagnosis, use existing Fibre Channel service procedures or contact your next level of
support.
FCIOA
The Fibre Channel I/O adapter is the failing item.
If the attached device is owned by a Virtual I/O Server partition see Troubleshooting the Virtual I/O
Server to determine the parts to replace. Otherwise, replace the Fibre Channel I/O adapter using the I/O
adapter location information in the service action log if it is available. If the location is not available, find
the address of the I/O adapter, see the System reference code format description. Use the address to find
the location. See Part locations and location codes. If an I/O Processor SRC sent you here, replace the
Fibre Channel I/O adapter associated with the I/O processor that logged the SRC.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2787
80P6417
Fibre Channel IOA
(for disk drive
attachment only)
Un-Px-Cy
280D
03N5014
4 Gbps Fibre Channel Un-Px-Cy
(1 Port) adapter
280E
03N5016
PCI-X Fibre Channel
disk controller
5704
80P6416
Fibre Channel IOA
Un-Px-Cy
(for removable media
attachment only)
576B
32N1294
4 Gbps Fibre Channel Un-Px-Cy
(2 Port) adapter
5774
10N7255
Gigabit PCI Express
Dual Port Fibre
Channel adapter
577D
10N9824
8 Gigabit PCI Express Un-Px-Cy
Dual Port Fibre
Channel adapter
57FC
To determine the FRU Fibre Channel IOA
part number, remove
the adapter from the
system.
Un-Px-Cy
Un-Px-Cy
Un-Px-Cy
FCPORT
The Fibre Channel IOA port might be the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. If the system has logical partitions, perform this procedure from the logical partition that reported
the problem. To determine whether the system has logical partitions, go to Determining if the system
has logical partitions before continuing with this procedure.
2. Access SST/DST by performing one of the following options:
v If you can enter a command at the console, access system service tools (SST).
v If you cannot enter a command at the console, perform an IPL to DST. See Performing an IPL to
dedicated service tools.
v If you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable media.
3. Is a Fibre Channel IOA URC (last four digits of SRC) 3120 or 3121 logged or been logged within 5
minutes of the SRC that sent you to this symbolic FRU?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: The Fibre Channel IOA port has not failed. See the next FRU in the FRU list. This ends the
procedure.
4. Did you perform a D IPL to get to DST?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Continue with step 6.
This ends the procedure.
5. Use the product activity log to get the resource name for the 3120 or 3121 SRC. See Using the
product activity log. Using the resource name, perform the following steps in DST/SST:
a. Click Start a service tool > Hardware service manager > System bus resources.
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b. If the resource is an I/O processor, use "Resources associated with IOP" to find and display detail
for the Fibre Channel I/O adapter. If the resource is a Fibre Channel I/O adapter, use "Resources
associated with the IOP for all type 2847 I/O processors" to find and display the Fibre Channel
I/O adapter.
c. Select the Display additional port information function key on the Auxiliary Storage Hardware
Resource Detail display.
Does the Port status field indicate that the port is active?
Note: If 3120 is logged, check to see if port 0 is active. If 3121 is logged, check to see if port 1 is
active.
v Yes: Continue with step 7.
v No: Continue with step 9.
6. Use the service action log to get the resource name for the 3120 SRC. See Searching the service action
log. Using the resource name, perform the following steps in DST/SST:
a. Click Start a service tool > Hardware service manager > Locate resource by resource name.
b. Enter the resource name.
c. Click the Display detail option for the Fibre Channel I/O adapter on the Logical Hardware
Resources display.
d. Click the Display additional port information function key on the Auxiliary Storage Hardware
Resource Detail display.
Does the Port status field indicate that the port is "active"? Note: If 3120 is logged, check to see if
port 0 is active. If 3121 is logged, check to see if port 1 is active.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Go to step 9.
7. The port is now active. Has a 1750/2105/2107 3002 SRC occurred around the time the problem was
first reported?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: No further service actions are required. This ends the procedure.
8. A 1750/2105/2107 3002 has occurred, and the link has gone from not active to active. The Fibre
Channel IOA port is functional. Choose from the following options:
v If the disk units that reported the 1750/2105/2107 3002 SRC are usable, no further service actions
are required. This ends the procedure.
v If the disk units that reported the 1750/2105/2107 3002 SRC are not usable, go back to the
1750/2105/2107 3002 FRU list and work with a FRU other than FCPORT. This ends the
procedure.
9. Clean the Fibre Channel IOA wrap plug using the cleaning kit. Follow the instructions in the Fiber
Optic Cleaning Procedures, order number SY27-2604. If the wrap plug has been lost, order and clean a
new one.
10. Complete the following steps:
a. Install the wrap plug on the Fibre Channel IOA.
b. After the wrap plug has been installed, wait 5 seconds.
c. Choose from the following options:
v If you are on the Additional Port Information display, use the Refresh function key.
v If you are not already on the Additional Port Information display, use the instructions from
step 6
Is the port status now "active"?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Replace the Fibre Channel IOA. See symbolic FRU FCIOA for further instructions and the
FRU part number. This ends the procedure.
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11. Ask the customer whether the Fibre Channel IOA will attach devices now or whether the Fibre
Channel IOA is to be used at a later time.
Is the Fibre Channel IOA intended to attach devices at this time?
v No: The wrap plug remain installed on the Fibre Channel IOA when it is not in use. No further service actions
are required. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Complete the following steps:
1. Unplug the wrap plug from the Fibre Channel IOA and wait until the port status becomes "Not active" using
the Refresh function key on the Additional Port Information display. The failure has been isolated to the first
link, which includes any of the cables or junctions between the Fibre Channel IOA port and the first Fibre
Channel hub, switch, gateway, or device.
2. Use existing Fibre Channel service procedures to continue diagnosis of this first link until the port status
becomes active, or contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
FEATCRD
The system could not read the VPD of a feature enablement, carrier or extender FRU.
Use the table below to determine the location and part number of the item to replace.
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BE1
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
RAID enablement
card
Un-P1-C13
2BCF
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
Cache battery card
Un-P1-C14
2BD9
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
RAID and cache
storage controller
Un-P1-C19
2BE0
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
RAID storage
controller (split disk
drive function)
Un-P1-C19
2BCF
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Cache battery card
Un-P1-C14
2B4C
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
RAID and cache
storage controller
Un-P1-C19
2B4F
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
RAID storage
controller (split disk
drive function)
Un-P1-C19
2BE1
8231-E2B
See System parts.
RAID enablement
card
Un-P1-C12
2BCF
8231-E2B
See System parts.
Cache battery card
Un-P1-C13
2BD9
8231-E2B
See System parts.
RAID and cache
storage controller
Un-P1-C18
2BCF
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
Cache battery card
Un-P1-C13
2B4C
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
RAID and cache
storage controller
Un-P1-C18
2BC2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
RAID or dual path
enablement and
battery card
Un-P2-C9-C1
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
FRPORT
The 12X adapter or controller on one end of the link might be the failing item.
If you were sent to this procedure as a result of a B700 6985 SRC, and this is the only FRU in the FRU
list, the following conditions have occurred:
v The system cannot see any I/O expansion units on a 12X loop
v At least one cable is attached to a port on that loop
In this case, go to Reference codes and look up SRC B700 6985 and work from the full FRU list provided
there.
Note: The other end of the link might be given in the symbolic FRU TOPORT.
Complete the following steps to find the failing 12X adapter:
1. Record the bus number (BBBB) in word 7 of the reference code. See Analyzing a 12X or PCI bus
reference code.
2. Use one of the following procedures to find the failing 12X adapter:
v Finding the failing 12X adapter using IBM i operating system
v Finding the failing 12X adapter using AIX® or Linux
v Finding the failing 12X adapter using the HMC
Finding the failing 12X adapter by using IBM i operating system
1. Sign on to SST or DST if you have not already done so.
2. Select Start a service tool > Hardware service manager > Logical hardware resources > High-speed
link (HSL) resources.
3. Select Include non-reporting resources then click Display detail for the 12X loop that you want to
examine. The loop number is the number from word 7 of the reference code above.
4. The display that appears shows the port status of the Network Interface Controller (NIC) for the
loop that you selected. Record the resource name, type-model, and serial number.
5. If the status of the "Leading port to next resource" is operational, select Follow Leading Port. Repeat
this action until the status changes to failed. Does the resource name ever match the one recorded in
the previous step?
v Yes: You have traveled around the loop and did not find a failed link. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
6. When the status is failed, you have found the from port.
7. Record the following information of this resource:
a. Resource name, card type and model, and part number
b. Link status of each port (make sure to note if a port is designated as internal)
8. Select Cancel to return to the Work with High-speed link (HSL) resources display.
9. For the loop with the failure, select Resources associated with loop.
10. For the 12X I/O bridge with the resource name that you recorded, select Associated packaging
resources.
11. Select Display detail and record the location for the first failing resource.
12. Replace this FRU using the table below to determine the failing FRU part number. This ends the
procedure.
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Finding the failing 12X adapter by using AIX or Linux
1. Determine on which 12X loop the failing adapter is located. Refer to Converting the loop number to
12X port location labels.
2. Identify each unit in the loop by following the cable.
3. Power down the system and remove all expansion units in the loop that starts and ends at the ports
given in the previous step.
4. Power on the system to partition standby and check for the same SRC that sent you here. Did the
SRC recur?
v No: Power down the system and add the next unit in the original loop. Repeat this step.
v Yes: If there are no expansion units in the loop, replace the controller on the system unit.
Otherwise, the 12X adapter in the last I/O unit added is possibly the failing item. Use the table
below to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU). This ends the procedure.
Finding the failing 12X adapter by using the management console
1. If you are using the Hardware Management Console, perform the following steps:
a. From the HMC, expand Systems Management > Servers.
b. Select the server on which you are working, expand Hardware Information, and click View
RIO-12X Topology.
c. In the Current Topology area, scroll down until you find data for the 12X loop number with which
you are working.
If you are using the Systems Director Management Console (SDMC), perform the following steps:
a. From the SDMC, select the server on the Resources page.
b. Click Actions > Hardware Information > View Hardware Topology.
c. Click Actions, and select Hardware Information to view the RIO-12X topology.
d. Scroll down until you find data for the 12X loop number with which you are working.
2. Each line in that 12X loop represents a 12X adapter or controller. Find the first one with a "Leading
Port Status" of failed. Replace the failing adapter or controller. Use the following table to determine
the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BDA
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C8
2BDA
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C8
2BDB
8231-E2B
See System parts.
4X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C7
2B4D
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
1817
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
52B4
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C7
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B62
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BBD
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
2BC3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Dual-port 12X
adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C3
295B
9119-FHB
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-Py-C39,
Un-Py-C40,
Un-Py-C41,
Un-Py-C44
Note: y = 2 - 9
520A
5796
See System parts.
Dual-port 12X
interposer or riser
Un-P1-C7
520B
5796
See System parts.
Dual-port 12X
interposer or riser
Un-P1-C7
520C
5796
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
12X cables
Un-P1-Ty
5803, 5873
See System parts.
12X cables
Un-P1-Ty, Un-P2-Ty
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
FWADIPL
Look here for information about FWADIPL symbolic FRU.
Complete the following steps:
1. Contact your network administrator to verify that the bootp server is correctly configured for this
client.
2. Check the network connection. If the network connections are OK, retry the operation. If there is no
network connection, contact the network administrator.
3. If there are no problems with the bootp server or the network connections, replace the adapter from
which you are trying to boot. See Managing PCI adapters for the adapter FRU part number.
This ends the procedure.
FWCD1
Look here for information about FWCD1 symbolic FRU.
Complete the following procedure.
1. If the problem persists, the CD in the USB CDROM drive might not be readable. Remove the CD and
insert another CD.
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2. If the problem persists after replacing the CD, replace the USB CDROM drive.
3. Replace the USB adapter to which the drive is attached. Use the following table to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
28EF
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
80P2994
2 Port USB PCI
adapter
Un-P1-Cx
28EF
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 80P2994
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
2 Port USB PCI
adapter
Un-P2-Cx
This ends the procedure.
FWCD2
Look here for information about FWCD2 symbolic FRU.
Complete the following procedure.
1. Check for server firmware updates. Apply if available.
2. If the problem persists, replace the USB CD-ROM drive.
See the following Managing devices topics for device FRU part numbers information for your system:
Models
Topic
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Managing devices for the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D.
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
Managing devices for the 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D.
8233-E8B or 8236-E8C
Managing devices for the 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C.
8408-E8D or 9109-RMD
Managing devices for the 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD.
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Managing devices for the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
3. Replace the USB adapter to which the drive is attached. Use the following table to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
28EF
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
80P2994
2 Port USB PCI
adapter
Un-P1-Cx
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28EF
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 80P2994
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
2 Port USB PCI
adapter
Un-P2-Cx
This ends the procedure.
FWCONS
The console display might be failing.
1. If your server has an attached console, but the console display is not working, see the documentation
for the display or try substituting a known good display for the one that is failing.
2. If you can see selection screens on the terminals, press the appropriate key on the input device within
60 seconds. If the console does not respond to the keystroke:
a. If you are selecting the console with a keyboard attached to the system, replace the keyboard, see
the service documentation for the system unit for keyboard part numbers. If the keyboard does
not fix the problem, replace the service processor. Use the following table to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
(integrated service
processor card)
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and
model number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your
system.
b. If you are selecting the console with an ASCII terminal, suspect the terminal. Use the problem
determination procedures for the terminal.
Note: The ASCII terminal settings should be:
v 19,200 baud
v No parity
v 8 data bits
v 1 stop bit
This ends the procedure.
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FWENET
This symbolic can help determine a problem with an Ethernet adapter.
Complete the following.
1. Verify that the MAC address is properly programmed in the adapter's EPROM.
2. Replace the adapter specified by the location code. See Managing PCI adapters for PCI adapter FRU
part numbers.
This ends the procedure.
FWFLASH
Symbolic FRU FWFLASH indicates that you might need to reload the server's firmware.
Complete the following steps:
1. Reboot the server or partition.
2. Reflash the server firmware. See Updates.
3. Reboot the failing partition.
This ends the procedure.
FWFWPBL
There might be a platform firmware problem.
Complete the following steps:
1. Check for platform firmware updates. See Updates.
2. Contact service support.
This ends the procedure.
FWHANG
Symbolic FRU FWHANG is not supported at this time.
FWHOST
Symbolic FRU FWHOST can help in the event that your server appears hung while booting.
If the system is not connected to an active network or if the target server is inaccessible (this can also
result from incorrect IP parameters being supplied), the system will still attempt to boot and, because
timeout durations are necessarily long to accommodate retries, the system might appear to be hung.
Complete the following steps:
1. Restart the system and access the SMS utilities.
2. In the utilities menus, check the following items:
v
v
v
v
v
Is the intended boot device correctly specified in the boot list?
Are the IP parameters correct?
Verify the network connection (the network could be down).
Have the network administrator verify the server configuration for this client.
Attempt to "ping" the target server using the SMS Ping utility.
This ends the procedure.
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FWIDE1
The media or device might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Replace the media in the device specified by the location code.
2. Replace the device specified by the location code.
See the following Managing devices topics for device FRU part numbers information for your system:
Models
Topic
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Managing devices for the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D.
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
Managing devices for the 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D.
8233-E8B or 8236-E8C
Managing devices for the 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C.
8408-E8D or 9109-RMD
Managing devices for the 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD.
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Managing devices for the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
This ends the procedure.
FWIDE2
The cables, media or device might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Verify that the signal and power cables are properly attached to the device specified by the location
code. After they have been verified and repaired if necessary, retry the operation.
2. If the problem persists, the media in the device might not be readable. Remove the media and try
another copy.
3. Replace the device specified by the location code.
See the following Managing devices topics for device FRU part numbers information for your system:
Models
Topic
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Managing devices for the 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D.
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
Managing devices for the 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D.
8233-E8B or 8236-E8C
Managing devices for the 8233-E8B or 8236-E8C.
8408-E8D or 9109-RMD
Managing devices for the 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD.
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Managing devices for the 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
This ends the procedure.
FWIPIPL
Network address problem.
Complete the following steps:
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1. Contact your network administrator to verify that the network addresses on the server and gateway
are correct.
2. Use the System Management Services menu to correct the network addresses on the server if
necessary.
This ends the procedure.
FWLPAR
Look here for information about FWLPAR symbolic FRU.
Perform one of the following options:
v If a location code was reported with the error, probing failed for the PCI slot connector.
1. Check for platform firmware updates. Apply the update if there is one available.
2. Check for adapter firmware updates, apply if available. If there are no updates available, replace
the adapter. See Managing PCI adapters for PCI adapter FRU part numbers. If this does not resolve
the problem, replace the I/O backplane on which the slot connector is located. Use the following
table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the system backplane
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the PCI riser card
feature (if installed)
See System parts.
PCI riser card
Un-P1-C1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See Finding parts,
locations, and
addresses
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your
system.
v If no location code was reported with the error, The connector was not found:
1. Check for platform firmware updates, apply if available.
2. If no updates are available, contact your next level of support.
This ends the procedure.
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FWMBOOT
Look here for information about FWMBOOT symbolic FRU.
This checkpoint appears on the operator panel when partition firmware has entered the boot devices
menu in the SMS because the multi-boot flag was turned on.
The firmware is waiting for input from the user. If the firmware console is not open, the user cannot see
the boot devices menu. In this case, the user might mistakenly assume that the system is hung. System
firmware only progresses past this point when the user provides the required input.
FWNIM
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If this error occurs during the installation of the AIX operating system using a process called a NIM
push, the set_bootlist attribute might not have been set correctly on the NIM master.
See the appropriate AIX 5.x Installation Guide and Reference for the release level of the AIX operating
system that is being installed for more information.
If this error occurs at any other time, check for platform firmware updates and apply them. If there are
no platform firmware updates available, contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
FWNVR1
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An error reported against the nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM) might be caused by low
battery voltage and (more rarely) power outages that occur during normal system usage.
With the exception of the BA170000 error, these errors are warnings that the NVRAM data content had to
be reestablished and do not require a FRU replacement unless the error is persistent. When one of these
errors occurs, system customization information (the boot list, for example) has been lost, and the system
might need to be re-configured.
If the error is persistent, replace the service processor. Use the following table to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
(integrated service
processor card)
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
FWNVR2
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If the error is persistent, replace the service processor. Use the following table to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
(integrated service
processor card)
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
FWNVR3
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Execution of a command line within the nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM) configuration
variable nvramrc(script) resulted in a "throw" being executed.
This script can be modified by the system firmware SMS utilities, the operating system, PCI adapter
ROM code or utility, or an operator (using the open firmware script editing command nvedit).
It might not be possible to resolve the problem without a detailed analysis of the NVRAM script, the
current system configuration, and the device tree contents.
1. This problem can be caused by a SCSI adapter whose SCSI bus ID has changed from the default
setting and the adapter no longer appears in the system. This can be caused either by removing a
SCSI adapter, or a problem with a SCSI adapter.
a. On the SMS main menu, select option 5, Change SCSI settings.
b. On the SCSI utilities menu, select option 2, Change SCSI ID.
1) Verify the list of SCSI controllers/adapters. If the list is not correct, suspect a problem with
adapters that are installed but not listed.
2) Select the option to "Save" the configuration information.
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3) Restart the system.
c. If the problem persists, boot the operating system and verify the SCSI bus IDs of the SCSI
controllers, and correct if necessary.
d. Restart the system.
2. Contact your service support representative for further assistance.
This ends the procedure.
FWPCI1
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Perform one of the following options:
v If the location code identifies a slot:
1. Check for adapter firmware updates. Apply the update if one is available.
2. Replace the adapter. See Managing PCI adapters for PCI adapter FRU part numbers.
3. Check for platform firmware updates. Apply the update if one is available.
v If the location code identifies an I/O backplane:
1. Check for platform firmware updates. Apply the update if one is available.
2. Replace the I/O backplane (system backplane on certain systems). Use the following table to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the system backplane
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the PCI riser card
feature (if installed)
See System parts.
PCI riser card
Un-P1-C1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your
system.
3. Call service support.
This ends the procedure.
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FWPCI2
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If you receive FWPCI2 symbolic FRU perform the following procedure.
1. If the location code identifies a slot:
a. Check for adapter firmware updates. Apply the update if one is available.
b. Check the cabling to the adapter (in particular, the adapters that have serial ports). Serial ports
might require null modems or special cabling configurations to avoid connecting driver outputs
together. This might create a PCI power problem and force the adapter to be unconfigured.
c. Use the hot plug service aid to re-seat the adapter specified by the location code. If re-seating the
adapter fixes the problem, perform the repair checkout procedure. If the problem is not resolved,
go to the next step.
d. Use the hot plug task to move the adapter to another slot (behind another PCI bridge). PCI
adapter placement identifies the PCI Host Bridges (PHB) and associated slots.
2. If the adapter is successfully re-configured in the new slot (behind another PCI host bridge), the slot
in which the adapter was originally plugged is bad. Replace the I/O backplane (system backplane on
certain systems) assembly that contains the slot in which the adapter was plugged, use the following
table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the system backplane
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the PCI riser card
feature (if installed)
See System parts.
PCI riser card
Un-P1-C1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
3. Replace the adapter if the adapter does not successfully re-configure into the new slot. This ends the
procedure.
FWPCI3
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
If you receive symbolic FRU FWPCI3, do one of the following procedures.
1. If the location code identifies a PCI card slot:
a. Check the cabling to the adapter (in particular, the adapters that have system ports). System ports
might require null modems or special cabling configurations to avoid connecting driver outputs
together. This might create a PCI power problem and force the adapter to be de-configured.
b. Move the adapter to another slot (behind another PCI bridge). PCI adapter placement identifies
the PCI Host Bridges (PHB) and associated slots.
c. Check for adapter firmware updates. Apply the update if one is available.
d. Replace the adapter. See Managing PCI adapters for PCI adapter FRU part numbers.
e. Check for platform firmware updates. Apply the update if one is available.
f. Replace the I/O backplane (system backplane on certain systems), use the following table to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the system backplane
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the PCI riser card
feature (if installed)
See System parts.
PCI riser card
Un-P1-C1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
2. If the location identifies an I/O backplane:
a. Check for platform firmware updates. Apply the update if one is available.
b. Replace the I/O backplane (system backplane on certain systems), use the following table to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the system backplane
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
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8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the PCI riser card
feature (if installed)
See System parts.
PCI riser card
Un-P1-C1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
This ends the procedure.
FWPCI4
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If you receive the FWPCI4 symbolic FRU, perform the following.
1. If a location code is associated with the checkpoint, replace the adapter identified by the location
code.
2. If no location code is specified, go to PFW1542: I/O problem isolation procedure.
This ends the procedure.
FWPCI5
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If you receive symbolic FRU FWPCI5, perform the following procedure:
1. Is a location code associated with the checkpoint?
v No: Go to PFW1548: Memory and processor subsystem problem isolation procedure. This ends the
procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
2. Replace the following, one at a time, until the problem is resolved:
The FRU identified by the location code, see the system unit service information for the FRU part
numbers.
b. I/O backplane, use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit
(FRU).
a.
CCIN or FFC
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Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the system backplane
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the PCI riser card
feature (if installed)
See System parts.
PCI riser card
Un-P1-C1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and
model number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your
system.
This ends the procedure.
FWPCI6
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The last character of the progress code (checkpoint) in which the system is hanging indicates which PCI
slot the system was probing at the time the hang occurred. For example, E251 indicates PCI slot 1, E252
indicates slot 2, and so on.
For the PCI slot identified by the progress code, perform the following procedure:
1. Power down the system.
2. Reseat the adapter in the specified slot, then power up the system. Does the problem occur again?
v Yes: Go to the next step.
v No: This ends the procedure.
3. Power down the system and remove the adapter from the specified slot, then power on the system.
Does the problem occur again?
v No: Replace the adapter that you removed. See Managing PCI adapters for PCI adapter FRU part
numbers.
v Yes: Replace the backplane that contains the PCI adapter slots. Use the following table to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the system backplane
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
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8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the PCI riser card
feature (if installed)
See System parts.
PCI riser card
Un-P1-C1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your
system.
This ends the procedure.
FWPTR
Values normally found in nonvolatile storage that point to the location of an operating system were not
found.
This can happen for two reasons: either your operating system doesn't support storing the values, or
some events occurred that caused the system to lose non-volatile storage information (drainage or
replacement of the battery). If you are running the AIX operating system, this information can be
reconstructed by running the bootlist command specifying the device that the operating system is
installed on. Please see your AIX operating system documentation for the syntax and usage of the bootlist
command.
To boot the operating system so that the above-mentioned values can be reconstructed, power the system
down and power it back up again. This should cause the system to look for the operating system in the
device contained in the custom boot list or in the default boot list, depending on the condition of the
system. If this is not successful, modify the boot sequence (also known as the boot list) to include devices
that are known to contain a copy of the operating system. This can be accomplished by using the System
Management Services menus. For example, select a hard disk known to have a copy of the operating
system as the first and only device in the boot sequence (boot list) and boot the system.
This ends the procedure.
FWPWD
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You should be able to see the system prompt on the hardware console.
If your server has an attached console, but the console display is not functioning correctly, see the
documentation for the display. If you cannot adjust the display, replace the display with one that is
known to be functional.
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This ends the procedure.
FWRIPL
The FWRIPL procedures can help if a system or a partition will not boot.
If a supported adapter is installed, perform the following steps:
1. Replace the adapter. For adapter FRU part numbers, see Managing PCI adapters.
2. Replace the I/O backplane (system backplane on certain systems) in the unit in which the adapter is
plugged. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the system backplane
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
with failing slot on
the PCI riser card
feature (if installed)
See System parts.
PCI riser card
Un-P1-C1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
I/O backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
If there are no supported LAN adapters installed in a full system partition, install one and reboot the
system. If a supported LAN adapter is not assigned to the partition in a server running multiple
partitions, deactivate the partition, assign a supported LAN adapter to the partition, then reactivate the
partition.
This ends the procedure.
FWSCSI2
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Complete the following steps before replacing any system components:
1. Ensure that the controller and each device on the SCSI bus is assigned a unique SCSI ID.
2. Ensure that the SCSI bus is properly terminated.
3. Ensure that the SCSI signal and power cables are securely connected and are not damaged.
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The location code information is required to identify the ID of SCSI device failures as well as to indicate
the location of the controller to which the device is attached. Check the system error logs to determine
the location code information associated with the error code.
1. Replace the media (if it is a device with removable media).
2. Replace the SCSI device. See Finding parts, locations, and addresses for SCSI device FRU part
numbers.
This ends the procedure.
FWSCSI3
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Complete the following steps before replacing any system components:
1. Ensure that the controller and each device on the SCSI bus is assigned a unique SCSI ID.
2. Ensure that the SCSI bus is properly terminated.
3. Ensure that the SCSI signal and power cables are securely connected and are not damaged.
The location code information is required to identify the ID of SCSI device failures as well as to indicate
the location of the controller to which the device is attached. Check the system error logs to determine
the location code information associated with the error code.
1. Replace the SCSI device. See Finding parts, locations, and addresses for SCSI device FRU part
numbers.
This ends the procedure.
FWSCSI4
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Complete the following steps before replacing any system components:
1. Ensure that the controller and each device on the SCSI bus is assigned a unique SCSI ID.
2. Ensure that the SCSI bus is properly terminated.
3. Ensure that the SCSI signal and power cables are securely connected and are not damaged.
The location code information is required to identify the ID of SCSI device failures as well as to indicate
the location of the controller to which the device is attached. Check the system error logs to determine
the location code information associated with the error code.
1. Replace the media (if a device with removable media).
2. Replace the SCSI device. See Finding parts, locations, and addresses for SCSI device FRU part
numbers.
This ends the procedure.
FWSCSIH
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
FWVTHMC
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If you received symbolic FRU FWVTHMC, perform the following procedure:
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1. The partition firmware is waiting for a virtual terminal to be opened on the management console.
Open a virtual terminal.
2. If a virtual terminal is open, the user might have entered a CTRL-S key sequence to stop the scrolling
of data off the screen. If this is the case, enter a CTRL-Q key sequence to resume scrolling.
3. Check the Ethernet connection between the management console and the managed system.
4. Reboot the management console.
5. There might be a hardware problem with the management console. For the Hardware Management
Console (HMC), see Hardware Management Console models 7042-CR4, 7042-C06, and 7042-C07
service. For the IBM Systems Director Management Console (SDMC), see Systems Director
Management Console service.
6. There might be a hardware problem with the service processor in the managed system. Check the
service action event log for error codes that indicate a problem with the Ethernet ports on the service
processor. Take the appropriate actions based on the error codes that you find.
This ends the procedure.
HBAINIT
A System x® or BladeCenter® iSCSI initiator adapter might be the failing item. Contact your next level of
support.
HBATARG
The iSCSI target adapter might be the failing item. Contact your next level of support.
HCA
The failing component is the 12X host channel adapter (HCA).
Do you have a location code for this FRU?
v No: Go to SICNTRL to determine the location of the HCA and replace it.
v Yes: Replace the 12X HCA.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
1817
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
295B
9119-FHB
See System parts.
12X adapter
2BC3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD,
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
See System parts.
12X adapter
2BDA
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
12X adapter
2BDB
8231-E2B
See System parts.
4X adapter
2B4D
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
12X adapter
52B4
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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HEA
The failing component is the Host Ethernet Adapter (HEA).
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN
Type and Model
Part number
Description
Location code
1818
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Dual 1 Gb HEA
Un-P1-C6
1819
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Quad 1 Gb HEA
Un-P1-C6
1830
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Dual 10 Gb HEA
Un-P1-C6
2BC4
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
4 x 1 GbE HEA
Un-P2-C8
2BC5
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
10 Gb Cu HEA
Un-P2-C8
2BDC
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Optical - 2 x 1 GbE
and 2 x 10 GbE HEA
Un-P2-C8
266D
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
Quad 1 Gb copper
HEA adapter
Un-P1-C3
266D
8231-E2B
See System parts.
Quad 1 Gb copper
HEA adapter
Un-P1-C2
266E
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
Dual 10 Gb fiber
HEA adapter
Un-P1-C3
266E
8231-E2B
See System parts.
Dual 10 Gb fiber
HEA adapter
Un-P1-C2
266F
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
Dual 10 Gb copper
twinax HEA adapter
Un-P1-C3
266F
8231-E2B
See System parts.
Dual 10 Gb copper
twinax HEA adapter
Un-P1-C2
2BC6
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
TwinAx - 2 x 1 GbE
and 2 x 10 GbE HEA
Un-P2-C8
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Note: If you replace all of the FRUs in the FRU list, but the problem still exists, contact your next level of
support. You might be directed to replace additional FRUs. “Additional FRUs” has more information
about FRUs on specific models. Use this section when you are directed by your next level of support.
Additional FRUs
For the model or unit type you are working on, there might be additional FRUs which were not listed in
the FRU list of the error. Under the direction of your next level of support, you can try replacing the
additional FRUs.
In the following table, locate the unit types on which you are working. Exchange the FRU indicated.
1.
Table 7. Additional FRU parts
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
28A5
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2BFB, 2BFC
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B,
8231-E2B
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2. Did the exchange correct the error?
v Yes: The FRU you just exchanged was the failing item.
This ends the procedure.
v
No: Contact your next level of support.
This ends the procedure.
HMCLIC
Firmware on the management console must be replaced.
To replace the Hardware Management Console (HMC) firmware, see Hardware Management Console
models 7042-CR4, 7042-C06, and 7042-C07 service. To replace the Systems Director Management Console
(SDMC) firmware, see Systems Director Management Console service.
HMCMTWK
Multiple connections to peer management consoles have been lost.
1. Complete the following from the management console that is reporting the connection errors:
a. Hardware Management Console (HMC): In the navigation area, click HMC Management. In the
right pane, click View Network Topology.
Systems Director Management Console (SDMC): On the Resources page, select the server. Click
Actions > Topology Perspectives > Network > Basic.
b. Are the peer management consoles with the missing connection present in the topology?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The problem was temporary and has resolved itself. This ends the procedure.
2. Is the management console that reported the connection errors also reporting a hardware error with a
network adapter?
v
No: Continue with the next step.
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v Yes: Service this network adapter error. This ends the procedure.
3. Verify that each peer management console with a missing connection is powered on and that its
Ethernet connections are secure and functioning. Does the problem persist?
v No: This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
4. Have the customer verify that their network is operating properly. If the problem still persists, contact
your next level of support.
This ends the procedure.
HMCNTWK
A connection to a peer management console (indicated in the location code) has been lost.
1. Complete the following from the management console that is reporting the connection error:
a. Hardware Management Console (HMC): In the navigation area, click HMC Management. In the
right pane, click View Network Topology.
Systems Director Management Console (SDMC): On the Resources page, select the server. Click
Actions > Topology Perspectives > Network > Basic.
b. Is the peer management console with the missing connection present in the topology?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The problem was temporary and has resolved itself. This ends the procedure.
2. Verify that the peer management console with the missing connection is powered on and that its
Ethernet connections are secure and functioning. Does the problem persist?
v No: This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
3. Is either the management console that reported the problem or the peer management console with the
missing connection reporting a hardware error with a network adapter?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Service this network adapter error. This ends the procedure.
4. Have the customer verify that their network is operating properly. If the problem still persists, contact
your next level of support.
This ends the procedure.
HSL1
This is a standard copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
Diagnostic code cannot determine the length of the cable. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL1_UN
This is a standard copper HSL/RIO cable at the end where an error was detected.
Diagnostic code cannot determine the length of the cable, or the type of connector at the other end. Go to
HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
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HSL2
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
Diagnostic code cannot determine the length of the cable. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL2_01
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
The 01 value indicates the cable is 1 meter long. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL2_03
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
The 03 value indicates the cable is 3 meters long. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL2_08
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
The 08 value indicates the cable is 8 meters long. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL2_10
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
The 10 value indicates the cable is 10 meters long. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL2_15
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
The 15 value indicates the cable is 15 meters long. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL2_17
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
The 17 value indicates that the cable is 1.75 meters long. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
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This ends the procedure.
HSL2_25
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
The 25 value indicates that the cable is 2.5 meters long. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL2_xx
This is an HSL2/RIO-G copper HSL/RIO cable at both ends.
The xx value indicates the cable length in meters. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL_I2
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
HSL_I3
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
HSL_I4
The failing item is an HSL-2/RIO-2 interposer card on a 7040-61D expansion unit.
This interposer card is for copper HSL-2 or RIO-2 cable connectors (black) on the expansion unit
backplane in location -P1-(Riser) or -P2-(Riser). Diagnostic code will attempt to include the card's location
with the FRU in the serviceable event view. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL_I5
The failing item is a 12X interposer (riser) card on a 7314-G30 expansion unit or a 5796 expansion unit.
This interposer (riser) card is for 12X cable connectors on the expansion unit backplane in location
Un-P1-C7. The diagnostic code will attempt to include the card's location code with the FRU in the
serviceable event view. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL_I
This is an HSL/RIO interposer card for copper HSL2/RIO-G (black) connections or optical HSL/RIO
connections.
Diagnostic code cannot determine the type of interposer card. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the
appropriate instructions.
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This ends the procedure.
HSL_IB
This is a 12X cable (green connectors).
Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL_Ix
This is an HSL/RIO interposer card for copper HSL2/RIO-G (black) connections or optical HSL/RIO
connections.
The "x" value indicates the type of interposer card. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate
instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSL_LNK
The failing component is the 12X connection.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Note: If question marks (???) appear at the end of the location code, the port could not be determined.
Use the location code associated with the other end of the cable. If question marks appear for both port
locations, use the isolation procedures suggested in the reference code information for this SRC.
1. Choose from the following options:
v If you were sent to this procedure from another symbolic field replaceable unit (FRU), locate that
FRU in Table 1 to see the description of the 12X FRU. Then continue with the next step for more
information about the FRU.
v If you are working with this symbolic FRU in the FRU list, the failing component is a 12X
connection. Diagnostic code could not determine what kind of hardware was involved. The 12X
hardware can be any of the following items:
– Cable
– Embedded 12X link in a FRU (a backplane, for example)
– 12X interposer card
The 12X link is on or between the other FRU or FRUs listed for the reference code. Continue with
the next step.
Table 8. HSL_LNK service information
FRU
Description
HSL_IB
This is a 12X cable (green connectors)
HSL_I5
This is a 12X interposer or riser card on an I/O enclosure
that attaches with 12X cables.
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Table 8. HSL_LNK service information (continued)
FRU
Description
INT_12X
This is an internal 12X connection in an enclosure. Some
units have internal 12X connections to or from 12X
adapters in the unit. The internal connection might be
contained in a single FRU that has multiple 12X adapters
or the internal connection might be part of a FRU to FRU
connection in the unit where each FRU has one or more
12X adapters. For the location code of this FRU in a
serviceable event error log, diagnostic firmware will
provide as much information about the location of the
12X connection as possible for the error.
Choose from the following options:
v If you are working from the serviceable event view, the location code or FRU description in the
view will help determine the actual 12X hardware to replace. Continue with the next step.
v If you are not working from the serviceable event view, or the view does not have a location code
or better FRU description, determine the location code of other FRUs in the FRU list for the error.
Then continue with the next step.
3. Use the location code and the information from the preceding table to determine the machine type,
model, or unit feature involved in the error. If necessary, use the location code for other FRUs listed in
the FRU list for this error to determine the failing 12X connection and any related FRUs that are part
of that connection. Use the following table to determine the part number for the FRU.
2.
Table 9. 12X FRU parts
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BDA
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C8
2BDA
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C8
2BDB
8231-E2B
See System parts.
4X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C7
2B4D
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See Table 10 on page
279.
12X cables
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
1817
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
52B4
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C7
28A5
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See Table 10 on page
9117-MMB,
279.
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
12X cables
Un-P1-Cx-Ty
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B62
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
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Table 9. 12X FRU parts (continued)
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BBD
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2BC3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
12X adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C3
295B
9119-FHB
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-Py-C39,
Un-Py-C40,
Un-Py-C41,
Un-Py-C44
Note: y = 2 - 9
50A2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
520A
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
Riser
Un-P1-C7
520B
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
Riser
Un-P1-C7
520C
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
Use the following table to determine FRU part numbers for 12X cables. To locate part numbers for
any cables that are not listed here, see System parts.
Table 10. Cable part numbers
Description
Part number
12X cable (0.6 meters) (1861)
See System parts.
12X cable (1.5 meters) (1862)
See System parts.
12X cable (2.5 meters) (1863)
See System parts.
12X cable (3.0 meters) (1865)
See System parts.
12X cable (8.0 meters) (1864)
See System parts.
Note: If you replace all of the FRUs in the FRU list, but the problem still exists, contact your next
level of support. You might be directed to replace additional 12X FRUs. “Additional 12X FRUs” has
more information about 12X FRUs on specific models and I/O enclosures. Use this section when you
are directed by your next level of support.
Additional 12X FRUs
The following are 12X FRUs by model or unit type. For the model or unit type you are working on, there
might be additional 12X FRUs which were not listed in the FRU list of the error. Under the direction of
your next level of support, you can try replacing the additional FRUs.
1. In the following table, locate the unit types on which you are working. Exchange the indicated 12X
loop connections (external or embedded) or 12X interposer card.
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Table 11. 12X FRU parts
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
520A
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
Riser
Un-P1-C7
520B
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
Riser
Un-P1-C7
2. Did the replace correct the error?
v Yes: The FRU you just replaced was the failing item.
This ends the procedure.
v No: Contact your next level of support.
This ends the procedure.
HSL_OPT
This is an optical HSL/RIO cable.
When connecting or disconnecting these cables, use the optical cleaning kit described in OPT_CLN. Go to
HSL_LNK and follow the appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSLH
This is a hybrid HSL/RIO to HSL2/RIO-G copper cable.
One end of the cable has an HSL/RIO yellow connector and the other end has an HSL2/RIO-G black
connector. Diagnostic code cannot determine the length of the cable. Diagnostic code will attempt to
determine the location codes of cable ports at each end of the cable. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the
appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSLH_06
This is a hybrid HSL/RIO to HSL2/RIO-G copper cable.
One end of the cable has an HSL/RIO yellow connector and the other end has an HSL2/RIO-G black
connector. The "06" value indicates the length of the cable is 6 meters. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the
appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSLH_15
This is a hybrid HSL/RIO to HSL2/RIO-G copper cable.
One end of the cable has an HSL/RIO yellow connector and the other end has an HSL2/RIO-G black
connector. The "15" value indicates the length of the cable is 15 meters. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the
appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
HSLH_xx
This is a hybrid HSL/RIO to HSL2/RIO-G copper cable.
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One end of the cable has an HSL/RIO yellow connector and the other end has an HSL2/RIO-G black
connector. The "xx" value indicates the length of the cable in meters. Go to HSL_LNK and follow the
appropriate instructions.
This ends the procedure.
I2CBUS
A fault was detected on the I2C bus.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
1. Is the reference code of the form 1xxx314x?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Use the following table to determine the FRU to replace. If there are multiple FRUs listed in
one row, replace those FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Reference code
Type and model or
feature code
Part number
Description
Location code
3100, 3105
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Primary service
processor card
Un-P1-C1
3100, 3101, 3118,
310A, or 310B
5796, 7314-G30
1. SPCN card
1. Un-P1-C8
2. I/O backplane
2. Un-P1
3. Dual-port 12X
Channel Attach
adapter
3. Un-P1-C7
1. I/O backplane
1. Un-P1
2. SPCN card
2. Un-P1-C8
3. Dual-port 12X
Channel Attach
adapter
3. Un-P1-C7
1. Dual-port 12X
Channel Attach
adapter
1. Un-P1-C7
3102, 3103, 3104, 3114, 5796, 7314-G30
3121, 3122, 3123, 3124
3105, 3125
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts
See System parts
See System parts
2. I/O backplane
2. Un-P1
3. Un-P1-C8
3. SPCN card
3106, 3115
3114, 3116
5796, 7314-G30
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts
See System parts
1. Power supply
1. Un-E1
2. SPCN card
2. Un-P1-C8
3. I/O backplane
3. Un-P1
System backplane
Un-P1
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Reference code
3114
Type and model or
feature code
Part number
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Description
Location code
1. I/O backplane
1. Un-P2
2. Primary service
processor card
2. Un-P1-C1
This ends the procedure.
2. Is the reference code 1xxx3140?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v
3. Is
v
v
Yes: Replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P5. This ends the procedure.
the reference code 1xxx3141?
No: Continue with the next step.
Yes: If this is your first time here, replace the SAS conduit card in the 5802 expansion unit at
location Un-P5. If this is your second time here, replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at
location Un-P5. This ends the procedure.
4. Is the reference code 1xxx3142?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: If this is your first time here, replace the disk drive backplane in the 5802 expansion unit at
location Un-P3. If this is your second time here, replace the SAS conduit card in the 5802
expansion unit at location Un-P4. This ends the procedure.
5. Is the reference code 1xxx3143?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: If this is your first time here, replace the I/O backplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location
Un-P1. If this is your second time here, replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location
Un-P5. This ends the procedure.
6. Is the reference code 1xxx3145?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P5. This ends the procedure.
7. Is the reference code 1xxx3146?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the fan in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-E1-A1. If this is your second time
here, replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P5. This ends the procedure.
8. Is the reference code 1xxx3147?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the fan in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-E1-A2. If this is your second time
here, replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P5. This ends the procedure.
9. Is the reference code 1xxx3148?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace port card 1 in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P3-C1. If this is your second
time here, replace these parts in the 5802 expansion unit in the following order:
a. Midplane at location Un-P5.
b. SAS conduit at location Un-P4.
c. Disk drive backplane at location Un-P3.
This ends the procedure.
10. Is the reference code 1xxx3149?
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v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace port card 2 in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P3-C2. If this is your second
time here, replace these parts in the 5802 expansion unit in the following order:
a. Midplane at location Un-P5.
b. SAS conduit at location Un-P4.
c. Disk drive backplane at location Un-P3.
This ends the procedure.
11. Is the reference code 1xxx314A?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace port card 3 in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P3-C3. If this is your second
time here, replace these parts in the 5802 expansion unit in the following order:
a. Midplane at location Un-P5.
b. SAS conduit at location Un-P4.
c. Disk drive backplane at location Un-P3.
This ends the procedure.
12. Is the reference code 1xxx314B?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace port card 4 in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P3-C4. If this is your second
time here, replace these parts in the 5802 expansion unit in the following order:
a. Midplane at location Un-P5.
b. SAS conduit at location Un-P4.
c. Disk drive backplane at location Un-P3.
This ends the procedure.
13. Is the reference code 1xxx3155?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: If this is your first time here, replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location
Un-P5. This ends the procedure.
14. Is the reference code 1xxx3156?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: If this is your first time here, replace the fan in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-E2-A1.
If this is your second time here, replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P5.
This ends the procedure.
15. Is the reference code 1xxx3157?
v No: Return to the procedure or symbolic FRU that sent you here.
v Yes: If this is your first time here, replace the fan in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-E2-A2.
If this is your second time here, replace the midplane in the 5802 expansion unit at location Un-P5.
This ends the procedure.
IDPART
The configuration ID is incorrect.
Is the reference code 1xxx 840D or 840E?
v Yes: Go to PWR1917.
v No: The reference code has changed. Return to Starting a service call.
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IH_HUB
The I/O hub might be the failing item.
Replace the system backplane at location Un-P1.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
INT_12X
The internal connection between two embedded 12X adapters might be failing.
There is no 12X cable for this 12X internal port. The internal connection location is identified by this FRU
in the error log. Replace that FRU if it has not already been replaced.
This ends the procedure.
IO_DEV
A storage device is the failing item.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is device location information available in the serviceable event view for this FRU?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: If the adapter controlling this device is listed in the FRU list then use that location code and
continue with the next step. Otherwise work with the customer or your next level of support to
determine the location of the device or its adapter by using SRC information, failing resource
information, device tree or error message information. Then continue with the next step.
2. Use the following table to replace the failing item.
Note: The location listed might be a logical path instead of the physical device location. The known
device logical location codes are handled in the locations information for each unit type.
CCIN
Description
6607
4 GB disk drive
44L0061
6713
9 GB disk drive
44L0062
6714
Disk unit and carrier
44L0063
6717
Disk unit and carrier
97H7332
6718
Disk unit and carrier
04N2737
6719
Disk unit and carrier
04N4638
Tape drive, 4 MM 80/160
GB
23R5638
73 GB disk drive
10N7200
10N7230
146 GB disk drive
10N7204
10N7232
300 GB disk drive
10N7208
10N7234
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Type and model
Part number
CCIN
Description
Type and model
Part number
73.4 GB 15,000 rpm ultra3
SCSI disk drive and carrier
03N6345
03N5280
73.4 GB 15,000 rpm ultra3
SCSI disk drive and carrier
80P3163
146.8 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI
disk drive and carrier
03N6330
36.4 GB 15,000 rpm ultra3
SCSI disk drive and carrier
03N6340
03N5275
36.4 GB 15,000 rpm ultra3
SCSI disk drive and carrier
80P3159
73.4 GB 10,000 rpm 80-pin
SCSI disk drive and carrier
03N5260
03N6325
18.2 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI
disk drive and carrier
Note: The FRU part
numbers are
interchangeable. Order the
FRU part number that
matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
00P3829
00P3064
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI
disk drive and carrier
00P3831
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI
disk drive and carrier
00P3068
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm SCSI
disk drive and carrier
Note: The FRU part
numbers are
interchangeable. Order the
FRU part number that
matches the FRU part
number you are replacing.
00P3831
00P3068
70 GB disk drive
97P2991
146 GB disk drive
03N5285
146.8 GB 15,000 rpm
ultra320 SCSI disk drive
03N6350
146.8 GB 10,000 rpm
ultra320 SCSI disk drive
03N5265
300 GB disk drive, SCSI
03N5270
300 GB 10,000 rpm ultra320
SCSI disk drive, 1 inch
03N6335
300 GB 10,000 rpm ultra320
SCSI disk drive and carrier
03N5270
600 GB SAS interface small
form factor 10,000 rpm disk
drive
See System parts.
177 GB SAS solid state
drive
See System parts.
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IO_HUB
The failing component is the RIO/HSL hub on the IPL path.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane (primary
unit)
Un-P2
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane (secondary
units)
Un-P2
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
IOA
The I/O adapter might be failing.
Go to FI00719 to determine the field replaceable unit (FRU) part number.
This ends the procedure.
IOACNFG
There is an IOA configuration problem.
Too many communications lines or IOAs are configured using the same IOP.
IOADPTR
The failing component is the adapter in the location specified in the SRC.
1. Are you working from the serviceable event view and is there a card location listed with this FRU?
v Yes: Use Table 1 to replace the adapter identified by this location code. This ends the procedure.
v
No: Determine the location of the adapter by working with the customer or your next level of
support. If you cannot determine the location of the failing adapter by using SRC or resource
information or the device tree, determine the adapter type from the SRC, SRC description, failing
resources, or error message you are working with. Make a list of all the adapter locations of that
type assigned to the partition. Continue with the next step.
2. Have you identified a single FRU location?
v Yes: Use Table 1 to replace the FRU you have identified. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
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3. Using the location codes you have identified, determine which system unit and expansion units have
PCI adapters of this type assigned to the partition you are working with. Starting with the expansion
units first, remove all of the PCI adapters of this type from one of the units (use Table 1 to guide you
to the correct locations information).
Attention:
v Remove the PCI adapters from the system unit only after you have tried all of the expansion units
first.
v Do not remove any FRUs with embedded adapters, only FRUs in PCI card slots.
Continue with the next step.
4. Reinstall one of the adapters and power on the unit. Continue with the next step.
5. Does the problem recur?
v Yes: The adapter you just reinstalled is the failing item and needs to be replaced (use Table 1 to
guide you to the correct locations information). This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
6. Have you reinstalled all of the adapters on the unit you're currently working with?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Return to step 4 and reinstall the next adapter on this unit.
7. Are there any units (including the system unit) on which you have not yet removed and reinstalled
the PCI adapters?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Return to step 3 and work with another unit.
8. See Card positions to determine whether the system unit or any of the expansion units have an
embedded adapter of the type you are working with. Is there such an embedded adapter?
v No: The problem might be intermittent. Contact your next level of support. This ends the
procedure.
v Yes: The FRU with the embedded adapter is the failing item and needs to be replaced. Use Table 1
to replace the FRU at the location specified in the card position table. Repeat this step for each
expansion unit with an embedded adapter assigned to the partition, and then for the system unit.
This ends the procedure.
Table 12. Failing items for symbolic FRU IOADPTR
FRU name (replace FRUs in order,
one at a time, starting with the
primary unit and then the secondary
units if applicable)
Type and model
Location
PCI adapter in slot 1
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C4
PCI adapter in slot 2
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C5
PCI adapter in slot 3
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C6
PCI adapter in slot 4
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C7
PCI expansion feature (riser) - PCI
adapter in slot 5
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C1-C1
PCI expansion feature (riser) - PCI
adapter in slot 6
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C1-C2
PCI expansion feature (riser) - PCI
adapter in slot 7
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C1-C3
PCI expansion feature (riser) - PCI
adapter in slot 8
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C1-C4
Host Ethernet adapter card
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1-C3
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Table 12. Failing items for symbolic FRU IOADPTR (continued)
FRU name (replace FRUs in order,
one at a time, starting with the
primary unit and then the secondary
units if applicable)
Type and model
Location
Embedded Ethernet adapter
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1
Embedded USB controller
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1
System backplane
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
Un-P1
PCI adapter in slot 1
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C2
PCI adapter in slot 2
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C3
PCI adapter in slot 3
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C4
PCI adapter in slot 4
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C5
PCI adapter in slot 5
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C6
PCI adapter in slot 6
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C7
PCI expansion feature (riser) - PCI
adapter in slot 7
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C1-C1
PCI expansion feature (riser) - PCI
adapter in slot 8
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C1-C2
PCI expansion feature (riser) - PCI
adapter in slot 9
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C1-C3
PCI expansion feature (riser) - PCI
adapter in slot 10
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1-C1-C4
Embedded Ethernet adapter
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1
Embedded USB controller
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1
System backplane
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
Un-P1
PCI adapter in slot 1
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
Un-P1-C2
PCI adapter in slot 2
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
Un-P1-C3
PCI adapter in slot 3
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
Un-P1-C4
PCI adapter in slot 4
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
Un-P1-C5
PCI adapter in slot 5
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
Un-P1-C6
PCI adapter in slot 6
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
Un-P1-C7
System backplane, embedded USB
controller, and embedded Ethernet
adapter
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
Un-P1
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Table 12. Failing items for symbolic FRU IOADPTR (continued)
FRU name (replace FRUs in order,
one at a time, starting with the
primary unit and then the secondary
units if applicable)
Type and model
Location
PCI adapter in slot 1
8231-E2B
Un-P1-C3
PCI adapter in slot 2
8231-E2B
Un-P1-C4
PCI adapter in slot 3
8231-E2B
Un-P1-C5
PCI adapter in slot 4
8231-E2B
Un-P1-C6
System backplane, embedded USB
controller, and embedded Ethernet
adapter
8231-E2B
Un-P1
Host Ethernet adapter card
8231-E2B
Un-P1-C2
PCI adapter in slot 1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Un-P1-C1
PCI adapter in slot 2
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Un-P1-C2
PCI adapter in slot 3
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Un-P1-C3
PCI adapter in slot 4
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Un-P1-C4
PCI adapter in slot 5
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Un-P1-C5
Embedded Ethernet adapter
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Un-P1
Embedded USB controller
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Un-P1
System backplane
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
Un-P1
PCI adapter in slot 1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
Un-P2-C1
PCI adapter in slot 2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
Un-P2-C2
PCI adapter in slot 3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
Un-P2-C3
PCI adapter in slot 4
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
Un-P2-C4
PCI adapter in slot 5
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
Un-P2-C5
PCI adapter in slot 6
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
Un-P2-C6
I/O backplane, embedded media
device controller, embedded serial
controller
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
Un-P2
Integrated multifunction card
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
Un-P2-C8
PCI adapter in slot 1
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Un-P2-C1
PCI adapter in slot 2
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Un-P2-C2
PCI adapter in slot 3
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Un-P2-C3
PCI adapter in slot 4
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Un-P2-C4
PCI adapter in slot 5
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Un-P2-C5
PCI adapter in slot 6
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Un-P2-C6
I/O backplane, embedded USB
controller, and embedded Ethernet
adapter
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Un-P2
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Table 12. Failing items for symbolic FRU IOADPTR (continued)
FRU name (replace FRUs in order,
one at a time, starting with the
primary unit and then the secondary
units if applicable)
Type and model
Location
Host Ethernet adapter card
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
Un-P2-C8
PCI adapter in slot 1
5796, 7314-G30
Un-P1-C1
PCI adapter in slot 2
5796, 7314-G30
Un-P1-C2
PCI adapter in slot 3
5796, 7314-G30
Un-P1-C3
PCI adapter in slot 4
5796, 7314-G30
Un-P1-C4
PCI adapter in slot 5
5796, 7314-G30
Un-P1-C5
PCI adapter in slot 6
5796, 7314-G30
Un-P1-C6
I/O backplane
5796, 7314-G30
Un-P1
I/O adapter
5802, 5877
Un-P1-Cx
I/O adapter
5803, 5873
Un-P1-Cx, Un-P2-Cx
For PCI adapter FRU part numbers, see Managing PCI adapters. For embedded controller FRU part
numbers, see System parts.
IOBRDG
The failing component is the RIO/HSL I/O bridge on the IPL path.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
For each unit, starting Un-P2
with the primary unit
and then the
secondary units,
replace the I/O
backplane
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
IOP
Symbolic FRU IOP is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
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LBSADP1
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
LBSADP2
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
LBSADP3
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
LBSADP4
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
LBSADP5
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
LBUSADP
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system.
Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
LDSWTCH
Verify that the system's top cover is installed correctly and the thumbscrews holding it down are tight.
The system will not power on if the top cover is not installed correctly. If the top cover is removed while
the system is powered on, the system will power off automatically.
LIB3494
The 3494 tape library might be failing.
Refer to the IBM 3494 maintenance information to determine the parts to replace.
LICCODE
This symbolic FRU helps determine the preferred method of updating server firmware or Licensed
Internal Code.
Note: In this procedure, server firmware is synonymous with Licensed Internal Code.
1. Check the level of the firmware on which the server is running. For information about checking
firmware levels, see Viewing existing firmware levels.
Is the server firmware at the latest available level?
v No: Continue with the next step.
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v Yes: This ends the procedure.
2. Is this the first time you are trying to update the server firmware while working on this problem?
v No: Choose from the following options:
– If you are a customer, contact your next level of support.
– If you are a service provider, use a USB flash drive to update the server firmware. See Installing
firmware using the USB port on the service processor on a system that is not managed by a
management console. If a USB flash drive is not available, go to symbolic FRU SVCPROC to
update the server firmware by replacing the service processor. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
3. Is the system managed by a Hardware Management Console (HMC) or IBM Systems Director
Management Console (SDMC)?
v No: Go to step 5.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
4. For HMC, see Managed system updates. For SDMC, see Updating the SDMC. This ends the
procedure.
5. Is the operating system running or is Integrated Virtualization Manager (IVM) available?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Go to step 8.
6. Attempt to perform a system IPL from the side of the service processor from which you are currently
booting, and start the operating system or IVM.
Note: For information about how to see from which side of the service processor you are booting,
and to find out how to switch to the other side if necessary, see Working with the temporary and
permanent side of the service processor.
Were you successful?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Go to step 8.
7. Attempt to boot the system from the other side of the service processor, and start the operating
system or IVM. Were you successful?
v No: Choose from the following options:
– If you are a customer, contact your next level of support.
– If you are a service provider, use a USB flash drive to update the server firmware. See Installing
firmware using the USB port on the service processor on a system that is not managed by a
management console. If a USB flash drive is not available, go to symbolic FRU SVCPROC to
update the server firmware by replacing the service processor. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Go to step 8.
8. Use the following table to determine the action to take.
Type of partition on which you are working
Action
Integrated Virtualization Manager (IVM) managed
system
Update the server firmware. See Obtaining updates for
the Virtual I/O Server.
AIX or Linux operating system
Update the server firmware. See Getting server firmware
fixes through AIX or Linux without a management
console.
IBM i operating system
Update the server firmware. See Getting server firmware
fixes through IBM i for a system not managed by a
management console.
If you are still unable to update the server firmware, contact your next level of support.
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Attention: Be aware that a newer level of server firmware might already have been downloaded before
this problem occurred or when the problem was reported.
This ends the procedure.
LITSTRP
Look here for information about LITSTRP symbolic FRU.
Use the following table to perform the appropriate action for the SRC you are working with.
SRC
Replace this FRU
Locations information
1xxx1D04
Light strip (front)
Part locations and location codes
1xxx1D05
Light strip (back)
LOADCY1
A cryptographic adapter Licensed Internal Code problem occurred.
The Licensed Internal Code for the cryptographic adapter does not ship with the system. The licensed
program 5733-CY1 Cryptographic Device Manager contains the Licensed Internal Code for the
cryptographic adapter.
v If the SRC is B0136615, perform the following steps:
1. Vary off the cryptographic adapter.
2. Apply the licensed program to the system.
3. Vary on the cryptographic adapter.
Note: The vary on might take up to 15 minutes.
This ends the procedure.
v If the SRC is B0136619, perform the following steps:
1. Vary off the cryptographic adapter.
2. Apply the most recent version of the licensed program to the system.
3. Vary on the cryptographic adapter.
Note: The vary on might take up to 15 minutes.
This ends the procedure.
LOC_SYS
A problem has occurred on the local (this) system with HSL OptiConnect.
The service action log (SAL) code will attempt to identify the HSL/RIO loop number as a portion of the
FRU's part description for this symbolic FRU. Search the SAL of this system for hardware and Licensed
Internal Code problems. Correct any problems that you find with License Internal Code or Network
Interface Controller (NIC) / RIO controller hardware.
This ends the procedure.
LPARCFG
There is a configuration problem with the system or a logical partition.
Perform any actions listed in the "Description/Action" column in the unit reference code table for the
reference code.
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Have the customer check processor and memory allocations of the system or to the partition. The
customer must ensure that there are enough functioning processor and memory resources in the system
for all the partitions. Processor or memory resources that failed during the system IPL could have caused
the IPL problem in the partition.
Have the customer check the bus and I/O processor allocations for the partition. The customer must
ensure that the partition has load source and console I/O resources.
Have the customer check the IPL mode of the system or failing partition.
For further assistance, the customer should contact their software service provider, or see Logical
partitioning for additional support.
This ends the procedure.
LPARSUP
There is either an IPL problem, a main storage dump problem, or a software error with a partition.
Perform any actions listed in the Description/Action column in the SRC table.
During the IPL or main storage dump of a partition, a complex problem was detected. The serviceable
event view on the management console has to be searched or the SRC history list on the management
console for the partition with the problem has to be analyzed in sequence. If the partition is a "Guest"
partition, the SRC history list of the "Hosting" partition must be analyzed.
Contact your next level of hardware support.
LSERROR
An error occurred when the platform Licensed Internal Code attempted to locate the partition's load
source.
Choose from the following options:
v If the load source is a tape or optical device, replace the media. If replacing the media does not work,
look in the serviceable event view for other errors.
v If the load source is a disk drive, perform a D-mode IPL. Correct any errors found.
This ends the procedure.
MA_BRDG
The problem is the multiadapter bridge hardware on a system bus.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the location information for this failing component available in the problem view you are working
with of the serviceable event user interface of an operating system, service processor, or management
console?
v No: Record the bus number value, BBBB, in word 7 of the reference code and continue with the
next step.
v Yes: Use this location information and continue with the next step.
2. The failing component is the FRU that contains the multiadapter bridge. Use the following table to
identify the name of the FRU that is indicated by the location in the user interface you are working
with, or by using the bus number you obtained previously in this procedure to replace the FRU.
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BFB, 2BFC
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B,
8231-E2B
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B4B
8202-E4C, 8231-E1C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B2D
8202-E4D, 8231-E1D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B4A
8205-E6C, 8231-E2C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B2C
8205-E6D, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
28A5
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2E00
9125-F2C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
520C
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
MABRCFG
The multiadapter bridge hardware detected a configuration problem.
In some cases, the user interface view of the serviceable event will list more than one card position for
this FRU's location. The problem might be with any one of the FRUs in those locations. When there is a
list of locations in this FRU's location code, the card locations will be separated by commas. A range of
card positions will show the starting card position, a colon, and the ending card position.
1. Are you working from the service event user interface from an operating system, service processor, or
management console, and is a card position listed with this failing item?
v Yes: The listed card positions are where the error is located. Continue with the next step.
v No: Go to MABIP53 to determine the card location where the multiadapter bridge configuration
error exists. Return here after locating the card, and continue with the next step.
2. Use the following table to determine the corrective action.
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Table 13. Multi-adapter bridge errors
Problem or message (these appear in uppercase in the
console)
Multi-adapter bridge has no IOP for the I/O adapters.
Meaning or corrective action
1. System code detected one or more I/O adapters
under the multiadapter bridge specified in the DSA,
but no I/O processor to control them. The I/O
adapters are not available to the system. The problem
view lists the card locations controlled by the
multiadapter bridge.
If you do not have the card locations listed in the
problem view, find them by continuing with the next
step. Otherwise, go to step 3.
2. To locate the I/O adapters, search for the card
locations controlled by the multiadapter bridge. The
multiadapter bridge number is in the DSA (go to
DSA translation. To determine all the card locations
controlled by the multiadapter bridge, see Card
positions.
3. To make the I/O adapters available to the system,
install an I/O processor in a card slot controlled by
the multiadapter bridge or move the I/O adapters to
a multiadapter bridge with an I/O processor. When
adding an IOP, place it in a card position that is
ahead of the IOAs according to the "IOA Assignment
Rules" table located in the Part locations and location
codes.
Card type not supported in this slot.
System code detected a card type that is not supported
in the multiadapter bridge card location in which it is
installed. Move the card to a location that will support
that card type (check the installation instructions for the
card to determine which card locations can support it).
For reference codes where word 1 is B6006964 and word
4 is xxxx2015, if the SAL does not show a card position
for this error, the card position can be determined by
creating a direct select address (DSA) from information
in the reference code. To create the DSA, use the first 5
digits of word 7 and the 6th digit of word 5 followed by
two zeros. Using this DSA, go to MABIP53 to determine
the position of the card that is not supported in that slot.
I/O processor removed from multiadapter bridge card
slot.
System code detected that an I/O processor card was
located in that card location on the previous IPL. The
I/O processor is no longer installed in that location.
I/O adapter unavailable due to moved I/O processor
card.
System code detected that the I/O processor which
controlled the I/O adapter card specified in the DSA has
been moved since the last IPL. The I/O adapter card is
unavailable to the system.
IOA removed from multiadapter bridge slot.
System code detected that the card location specified in
the DSA had an I/O adapter installed on the previous
IPL. The I/O adapter is no longer installed in that card
location.
I/O adapter replaced by I/O processor card.
System code detected that the card location specified in
the DSA had an I/O adapter installed on the previous
IPL. The I/O adapter has been replaced by an I/O
processor.
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Table 13. Multi-adapter bridge errors (continued)
Problem or message (these appear in uppercase in the
console)
Meaning or corrective action
Multi-adapter bridge configuration change or error.
System code has detected a change in the multiadapter
bridge configuration or a configuration error since the
last IPL.
PCI I/O processor rejected assignment or removal of an
IOA.
The I/O processor's (IOP) Licensed Internal Code has
rejected the assignment of an I/O adapter (IOA) to that
IOP, or the IOP's Licensed Internal Code has rejected the
removal of an IOA that the IOP owns.
Word 5 of the reference code is the direct select address
(DSA) of the IOP. Word 7 of is the DSA of the IOA. To
find the IOP and IOA, go to MABIP53 using the DSA.
Use hardware service manager (HSM) concurrent
maintenance functions to assign or remove the IOA.
Assignment failures can result from either of the
following conditions:
v The IOP is already at its capacity to accept IOA
assignments.
v The IOA is not a type supported by the IOP.
Corrective action:
v Add another IOP for Licensed Internal Code to assign
the IOA to if necessary.
v Reassign the IOA to another IOP using concurrent
maintenance.
Removal failures:
v This is a Licensed Internal Code problem and should
be reported.
v Call your next level of support.
The partition that owns the card position does not
support IOPs.
An IOP card was found in a PCI bridge set that is
allocated to a partition that does not support IOPs. The
IOP will not be supported in this card position.
This ends the procedure.
MAILBOX
Connection monitoring errors have been detected, indicating mailbox failures.
1. Are there any B1xxxxxx or B7xxxxxx SRCs from the system?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Follow the service action for the first SRC that is listed. This ends the procedure.
2. There might be firmware fixes for this problem. Load and apply any platform firmware fixes or new
levels of firmware using symbolic FRU LICCODE. Does the problem persist after updating the
firmware?
v No: This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue to the next FRU in the list. This ends the procedure.
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MASBUS
The multiadapter bridge detected a problem with a connection to a PCI adapter that it controls either in a
physical card location or embedded in a FRU.
The problem is either in the bus between the multiadapter bridge and the adapter, or with the card slot.
The card location might or might not have an installed card.
1. Are you working from the serviceable event view and a card location is listed with this FRU?
v No: Record the bus number value, BBBB, in word 7 of the reference code. Word 7 of the reference
code allows you to determine the correct bus number, bus type, multiadapter bridge number,
multiadapter bridge function number, and logical card number from the Direct Select Address
(DSA). See DSA translation. Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Then the listed card location is where the error is located. Continue with the next step.
2. The failing component is the FRU that contains the physical or embedded card slot that is controlled
by the multiadapter bridge. Identify the system model, I/O unit, or machine type that is indicated by
the location in the serviceable event view, or by using the bus number.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Table 14. Failing component service information for MASBUS
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BFB, 2BFC
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B,
8231-E2B
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B4B
8202-E4C, 8231-E1C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B2D
8202-E4D, 8231-E1D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B4A
8205-E6C, 8231-E2C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B2C
8205-E6D, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
28A5
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2E00
9125-F2C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
520C
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
MEDIA
The drive or media might be dirty, or the media might be defective.
1. Is the drive in a 3995 or 3996 optical library?
v Yes: Try a different media. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
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2. If the drive is a 6330 DVD-RAM, clean the drive. The part number for the DVD cleaning kit is
19P0489.
3. If it is a tape media, clean the recording head in the tape unit. If there is a cleaning cartridge
supported for the tape drive, clean the drive with the cleaning cartridge. If the cleaning LED remains
on or the cleaning cartridge is ejected immediately, replace the cleaning cartridge and clean the tape
drive again.
4. Attempt the failing operation again. Does the operation complete successfully?
v No: Clean the drive three times and replace the media. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: The problem has been corrected. This ends the procedure.
MEMBRD
The failing component is the board that the memory DIMMs plug into.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Memory card
Un-P1-C15,
Un-P1-C16,
Un-P1-C17, or
Un-P1-C18
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Memory card
Un-P1-C14,
Un-P1-C15,
Un-P1-C16, or
Un-P1-C17
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Processor card
Un-P1-Cx
System processor
assembly
Un-P3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
MEMCTLR
The failing component is one of the memory controllers.
For each unit, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary units, use the following table to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Memory card
Un-P1-C15,
Un-P1-C16,
Un-P1-C17, or
Un-P1-C18
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Memory card
Un-P1-C14,
Un-P1-C15,
Un-P1-C16, or
Un-P1-C17
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Processor card
Un-P1-Cx
System processor
assembly
Un-P3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
MEMDIMM
The failing component is one of the memory DIMMs.
Replace the memory DIMM for each processor card (starting with processor card 1) on each unit (on
multiple-drawer servers, start with the primary unit and then the secondary units).
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
MEMORY
Use this topic to view memory and location information for the 2890 and 2892 Integrated xSeries Server
(IXS) cards.
Memory for 2890 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) card
Figure 1. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 and DIMM 3 on 2890 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) card.
One of the Pentium memory modules (DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, or DIMM 3) might be the failing
item (see Finding parts, locations, and addresses).
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Feature
2795/2895
2796/2896
2797/2897
Size
128 MB
256 MB
1 GB
Notes:
1. At least 1 Pentium memory module is required in positions DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 or DIMM 3.
2. An IXS adapter card IOP (see Finding parts, locations, and addresses) is required in the IOP DIMM
position. This IOP memory module is not interchangeable with the Pentium memory modules in
positions DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 or DIMM 3.
Memory for 2892 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) card
Figure 2. Locations of DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2 and DIMM 3 on 2892 Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) card
One of the Pentium memory modules (DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, or DIMM 3) might be the failing
item (see Finding parts, locations, and addresses).
Feature
0426/0446
0427/0447
Size
512 MB
1 GB
Note: At least two Pentium memory modules are required in positions DIMM 0 and DIMM 1, or
positions DIMM 2 and DIMM 3.
MESSAGE
Messages provided with this symbolic FRU's description appear in the service action log (SAL).
If the word MESSAGE is listed in the SAL as a part number, the description field provides information
regarding proper handling of the error.
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This ends the procedure.
MOVEIOA
An incorrect hardware configuration was detected.
The I/O adapter used by a guest partition is on the same PCI bridge set as an I/O processor in another
partition. Guest partition data might be lost if any of the following occur:
v A primary partition type D IPL is performed.
v The I/O adapter is moved to an IBM i partition.
v An error causes the logical partition (LPAR) configuration to not be used.
To correct the hardware configuration, either the I/O adapter or the I/O processor must be moved to a
new card location.
MSG0001
Resolve all B6006906 (or B7006906) errors before this one.
MSG0002
For HSL-1 I/O expansion units the problem might be that the RIO/HSL adapter got out of sync with the
system.
Before exchanging FRUs, attempt to recover the I/O expansion unit by powering off and powering on
the expansion unit. If the problem persists, replace parts.
MSG0003
Replace the FRUs one at a time.
MSG0005
The operating system that controls these card locations does not support I/O processors.
NETSERV
The Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) might be the failing item.
Call your Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) service provider.
NEXTLVL
Contact your next level of support.
NO_PNUM
Diagnostic firmware could not determine a part number for the FRU.
To determine the part number, replace procedure, and other service information, perform the following
steps:
1. Record the location of the FRU from the user interface with which you are working.
2. Go to Part locations and location codes.
3. Use the location information to identify the name of the part in the "Locations" information.
4. Go to the Finding parts, locations, and addresses and determine the Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) part
number for the part.
This ends the procedure.
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NODECR
There is a problem with the node controller in a 9119-FHB processor book.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
1. Is the SRC 1xxx1D10?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the node controller at location Un-Pm-C42 in the book specified by the location code
that was reported with the error.
2. Is the SRC 1xxx1D11?
v No: Return to the error log and look for another 1xxx yyyy SRC and follow the action for that
SRC.
v Yes: Replace the node controller at location Un-Pm-C43 in the book specified by the location code
that was reported with the error.
NODEPL
The system processor backplane might be failing.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
Midplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
NOFRUS
No failing items are identified for the reference code.
NSCABLE
The cable between the Integrated xSeries adapter (IXA) card and the RS-485 port on the Integrated
xSeries Server (IXS) is the failing item.
See Planning for cables.
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NTDEVDR
The Windows server device driver might be causing the problem.
Contact your next level of support for assistance.
NTLANDD
The Windows server virtual LAN device driver might be causing the problem.
Contact your next level of support for assistance.
NTOPSYS
The Windows server operating system might be causing the problem.
Contact your next level of support for assistance.
NTUSER
Windows server user problem.
This problem might be caused by:
v User-initiated action
v A Windows user application
v No keyboard or mouse attached to the Integrated xSeries Server (IXS)
Contact your next level of support for assistance.
NTVSCSI
The Windows server virtual SCSI device driver might be causing the problem.
Contact your next level of support for assistance.
OPT_CLN
The Fiber Channel connections need to be cleaned.
Use the fiber optic cleaning kit (part number 46G6844) and the fiber optic cleaning procedures in
"SY27-2604 Fiber Optic Cleaning Procedures" for all Fiber Channel connections such as those used in
optical high speed link (HSL) connections or Fibre Channel attached devices.
OPTLCBL
The cabling for an optical disk drive in the optical library needs to be checked.
The cabling might be incorrectly installed, or it might be defective.
For more information, see 3995 Publications and Documentation.
OPTLDRV
An optical disk drive in the optical library is failing.
For more information, see 3995 Publications and Documentation.
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OPUSER
The failing item indicates that the operator of the system console or the control panel performed an
incorrect action.
For more information, see 3995 Publications and Documentation.
OSLIC
An operating system has experienced a fatal error.
If the SRC that sent you here is of the form B6xx xxxx, check for an IBM i PTF to correct the problem. If
the SRC that sent you here is of the form BAxx xxxx, check for an AIX or Linux code patch to correct the
problem.
If you need help, or if this does not correct the problem, contact your next level of support.
OSTERM
The operating system in a partition has terminated abnormally.
Use the management console to look for a partition that has failed. It should have the same SRC in the
SRC display history for the failed partition. Use the SRC given in this error to resolve the problem.
Note: This error has not been automatically sent to your service provider.
If problems continue, call your next level of support.
PCIEAD1
The failing item is the enclosure Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) module.
Complete the following steps:
1. Do you have a location code for this FRU in the serviceable event view?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
2. To locate the enclosure RAID module, use the location code in the serviceable event view and perform
MABIP56 if you have not already done so. Did performing the procedure resolve the problem?
v Yes: This ends the procedure.
v No: The failing item is the enclosure RAID module. Continue with the next step.
3. Replace the enclosure RAID module at the location identified in MABIP56.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your PCIe storage enclosure to
find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures.
This ends the procedure.
PCIECB1
The failing item is the PCI Express (PCIe) cable that connects the system to an external enclosure.
Complete the following steps:
1. Do you have a location code for this FRU in the serviceable event view?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
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2. Use the location code in the serviceable event view to find the location where the cable attaches to the
system and then replace the cable.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
PCIEFW1
Use this procedure to update the adapter firmware on an enclosure RAID module.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is a location code in the form Un-Px-Cy-Tz-L1 available in the serviceable event view for a
field-replaceable unit (FRU) that is associated with the reference code you are working on?
v Yes: Check for adapter firmware updates for the adapter at location Un-Px-Cy-Tz-L1. Apply the
update if one is available. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
2. Is a location code available in the serviceable event view for a FRU that might be hosting multiple
enclosure RAID modules, such as an I/O backplane?
v Yes: Check for adapter firmware updates for the enclosure RAID modules that are hosted by the
FRU at the location found in the serviceable event view. Apply updates if they are available. This
ends the procedure.
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
PCIEHB1
The failing component is the hub card.
1. Do you have a location code for this FRU in the serviceable event view?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
2. Use the following table to determine the replacement FRU part number for the FRU location that you
identified previously in this procedure.
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2C1E
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
GX++ PCIe 2x8 card
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C8
2C1F
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
GX++ PCIe x8 card
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C8
2B94
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
GX++ PCIe x8 card
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C3
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
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PCIERE1
Use this procedure to reseat the PCI Express (PCIe) cable and enclosure RAID module.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is a location code in the form Un-Px-Cy-Tz-L1 available in the serviceable event view for a
field-replaceable unit (FRU) that is associated with the reference code you are working on?
v Yes: Go to step 3.
v No: Continue with the next step.
2. Is a location code available in the serviceable event view for a FRU that might be hosting multiple
enclosure RAID modules, such as an I/O backplane?
v Yes: Perform steps 3 and 4 for each logical location code in the form Un-Px-Cy-Tz-L1 under the
provided location code.
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
3. To locate the adapter, use the location code in the serviceable event view and perform MABIP56 if
you have not already done so. Were you able to find the physical location code for the adapter by
using this procedure?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
4. Disconnect and reconnect the PCIe cable and reseat the enclosure RAID module that the adapter is
located on.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your PCIe storage enclosure to
find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures.
This ends the procedure.
PCIE_SW
The field replaceable unit that contains the PCIe switch might be the failing item.
Use the following table to determine the failing item.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2B2D
8202-E4D, 8231-E1D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B4A
8205-E6C, 8231-E2C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B2C
8205-E6D, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B4B
8202-E4C, 8231-E1C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
PGDPART
Look here for information about PGDPART symbolic FRU.
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
1. Power off the server. For information about how to power off the server, see the service information
for the server on which you are working.
2. Verify that the service processor card, if present, is connected and seated correctly. See TWRCARD.
3. Verify that the power supplies are connected and seated properly. See PWRSPLY.
4. Power on the server.
5. Is there a reference code 1xxx2600?
v No: Go to the next step.
v Yes: Replace the following FRUs one at a time (as appropriate for the server). See the following
tables for FRUs for the server on which you are working.
– SPCN card, service processor card, or system backplane
– Power supplies
– Memory DIMMs
– Processor cards
– Backplane
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D, 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Power supplies, ac
Un-Ex
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Power supplies, dc
Un-Ex
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Memory DIMM
Un-P1-Cx-Cy
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Processor card
Un-P1-Cx
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Power supplies
Un-Ex
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Memory DIMM
Un-P3-Cx-Cy, where x
= 1 through 4 and 6
through 9 and y =1
through 8
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Processor card
Un-P3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
CCIN or FFC
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
CCIN or FFC
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8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Power supplies
Un-Ex
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Memory DIMM
Un-P3-Cx
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Processor card
Un-P3
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5796, 7314-G30
10N8867
SPCN Card
Un-P1-C8
5796, 7314-G30
42R4491
Power supplies
Un-Ex
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O drawer
backplane
Un-P1
5796, 7314-G30
CCIN or FFC
6. Is there a reference code 1xxx 2602?
v No: Go to the next step.
v Yes: Replace the following FRUs one at a time:
– Service processor card
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– Voltage regulators
– Backplane
Use the following tables to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
5796, 7314-G30
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5796, 7314-G30
42R4491
Power supplies
Un-Ex
5796, 7314-G30
10N8867
SPCN Card
Un-P1-C8
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O drawer
backplane
Un-P1
7. Is there a reference code 2603?
v No: This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Replace the following FRUs one at a time (as appropriate for the server). See the following
tables for FRUs for the server on which you are working.
– Service processor card
– Power supplies
– Backplane
Use the following tables to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D, 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
(the service processor
is part of the system
backplane)
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Power supplies
Un-Ex
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Power supplies
Un-Ex
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5796, 7314-G30
10N8867
SPCN Card
Un-P1-C8
5796, 7314-G30
42R4491
Power supplies
Un-Ex
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O drawer
backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
CCIN or FFC
5796, 7314-G30
CCIN or FFC
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PIOCARD
The hardware that controls PCI adapters and PCI card slots detected an error.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
The failing component is the adapter in the location specified by the direct select address (DSA) in the
reference code. When possible, the diagnostic code will determine the FRU location for the serviceable
event view.
1. Are you working from the serviceable event view and a PCI adapter or IOP card location is listed
with this FRU?
v No: Complete the following steps:
a. Record the DSA, which is word 7 of the reference code.
b. Locate the card specified in the DSA by performing the MABIP53 isolation procedure. Use the
MABIP53 procedure to determine a card position when no location is given for a PCI adapter or
IOP card FRU. Return here after locating the FRU and continue with the next step.
v Yes: The error is located at the listed PCI adapter or IOP card location. Go to step5.
2. Did you identify a single FRU location by using the MABIP53 isolation procedure?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: This is the location of the failing item. Go to step 5.
3. Complete the following steps for each FRU location that you determined in the previous step:
a. Remove all of the adapter or IOP cards in the locations that are identified in the given range of
PCI adapter or IOP card slots. Do not remove any FRUs with embedded adapters, only FRUs in
PCI adapter or IOP card slots.
b. Replace each card one at a time.
Note: For IBM i adapters controlled by IOPs, replace the IOP before any of the adapters.
Power on the unit after you replace each card until either the problem reappears or you have
replaced each card.
c. Did the problem reappear?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The last card that you replaced before the problem appeared again is the failing item.
Replace the PCI adapter or IOP card. This ends the procedure.
4. Did you identify a FRU with embedded adapters (for example a system backplane or an I/O
backplane) when performing the MABIP53 isolation procedure?
v No: The problem might be intermittent. Contact your next level of support. This ends the
procedure.
v Yes: The problem is in the FRU with the embedded adapter. Continue with the next step and
replace that FRU.
5. Use the table below to locate the failing items.
Note: For multiple-drawer servers, each unit, starting with the primary unit and then the secondary
units, use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Table 15. Failing items for symbolic FRU PIOCARD
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
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Table 15. Failing items for symbolic FRU PIOCARD (continued)
2BFB, 2BFC
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2BDD, 2BE6
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-C1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2B4B
8202-E4C, 8231-E1C
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2B2D
8202-E4D, 8231-E1D
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2B4A
8205-E6C, 8231-E2C
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
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Table 15. Failing items for symbolic FRU PIOCARD (continued)
2B2C
8205-E6D, 8231-E2D
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2BE6
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-C1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2BFB, 2BFC
8231-E2B
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
28A5
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P2-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of an I/O
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
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Table 15. Failing items for symbolic FRU PIOCARD (continued)
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P2-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of an I/O
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P2-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of an I/O
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
2E00
9125-F2C
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of a system
backplane, see Card
positions to help
identify the PCI slot
that holds the failing
adapter. Replace the
PCI adapter that is in
the failing slot.
50A2
5802, 5877
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of an I/O
expansion drawer, see
Card positions to
help identify the PCI
slot that holds the
failing adapter.
Replace the PCI
adapter that is in the
failing slot.
50A2
5803, 5873
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx, Un-P2-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of an I/O
expansion drawer, see
Card positions to
help identify the PCI
slot that holds the
failing adapter.
Replace the PCI
adapter that is in the
failing slot.
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Table 15. Failing items for symbolic FRU PIOCARD (continued)
520C
5796, 7314-G30
See description
PCI adapter. If you
Un-P1-Cx
have detected a
failing PCI adapter in
a PCI slot of an I/O
expansion drawer, see
Card positions to
help identify the PCI
slot that holds the
failing adapter.
Replace the PCI
adapter that is in the
failing slot.
This ends the procedure.
PLDUMP
A platform dump occurred.
1. Find the SRC that occurred with the platform dump.
a. On the command line, enter the Start System Service Tools command STRSST. If you cannot get to
SST, use function 21 to get to the dedicated service tools (DST). Go to Dedicated service tools in
the Service functions section of the system's service information.
b. On the Start Service Tools Sign On display, type in a user ID with QSRV authority and password.
c. Select Start a service tool > Main storage dump manager > Work with copies of main storage
dumps.
d. Display the platform dump summary for the time that the platform dump occurred.
e. The SRC is the value in the "SRC word 1" field of the Platform Dump Summary screen.
2. Use the SRC from the Platform Dump Summary screen and find the SRC in the service action log. See
Searching the service action log. Using the service action log is also available in the service
information for the system unit. Search for an entry in the service action log (SAL) that matches the
time, reference code, or resource of the reported problem. The SRC occurred at or before the time that
the platform dump occurred.
3. Did you find the SRC in the service action log?
v Yes: Use the SRC to service the system. This ends the procedure.
v No: The dump should be sent back to development for analysis, if it has not already been sent.
This ends the procedure.
PLUS
The list of possible failing items that are displayed online is not complete.
There is not enough space to display all of the failing items. See the complete list of possible failing items
in the appropriate unit reference code table in Reference codes.
PPCIMIN
The affected component is a primary PCI bus in an I/O unit.
Use symbolic FRU PRI_PCI to determine the FRUs and service information.
This ends the procedure.
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PPCISYS
The failing component is the primary PCI bus in a system unit.
Use symbolic FRU PRI_PCI to determine the FRUs and service information.
This ends the procedure.
PPCITWR
The failing component is the primary PCI bus under an HSL I/O bridge or RIO adapter in an I/O unit.
Use symbolic FRU PRI_PCI to determine the FRUs and service information.
PRI_PCI
This symbolic FRU represents the PCI bus generated under a 12X adapter I/O bridge.
This bus can be in a system unit or I/O unit, and on some units this bus connects two FRUs.
1. Are you working from the serviceable event view and a card location is listed with this failing item?
v No: Record the bus number value, BBBB, in word 7 of the reference code. Word 7 of the reference
code allows you to determine the correct bus number, bus type, multiadapter bridge number,
multiadapter bridge function number, and logical card number from the Direct Select Address
(DSA). See DSA translation. Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The listed card location is where the error is located. Continue with the next step.
2. Use the following table to determine the appropriate action.
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD,
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
See System parts.
v I/O backplane
v Un-P2
v Device backplane (for
PCI from Un-P2 to the
embedded storage
controller on Un-P2-C9)
v Un-P2-C9
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
There are two potential
failing items. Perform
SIADPCD. If the problem
persists after powering on
the frame or unit, perform
TWRPLNR.
Un-P1
Attention: To prevent
system VPD problems, do
not replace both FRUs at
the same time.
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
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If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
PRIMIOA
Replace the storage I/O adapter to which the auxiliary cache I/O adapter is connected.
1. Find the location of the auxiliary cache I/O adapter:
a. Determine the address of the auxiliary cache I/O adapter. See the System reference code format
description.
b. Determine the location of the auxiliary cache I/O adapter. See Part locations and location codes.
2. Are you working on a 571F/575B combination storage and auxiliary cache IOA card set (uses two
card slot locations)?
v Yes: Replace the entire card set. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
3. Trace the SCSI cable from the auxiliary cache I/O adapter to the storage I/O adapter. This is the
storage I/O adapter that you should replace.
4. Replace the storage I/O adapter that you just identified.
This ends the procedure.
PSI_LNK
The path to the service processor might be the failing item.
1. Are there any B1xxxxxx system reference codes in the serviceable event view that were logged at
approximately the same time as this error?
v Yes: Close this problem and resolve the B1xxxxxx system reference codes. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
2. Use the following table to determine the failing items. Replace the failing items in the order they are
listed until the problem is resolved. If this does not resolve the problem, contact your next level of
support. This ends the procedure.
Type and model
Failing items
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D
BACKPLN
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
BACKPLN
ANYPROC
ANYPROC
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
SYSBKPL
ANYPROC
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC,
9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD
SVCPROC
BACKPLN
ANYPROC
9119-FHB
SVCPROC
BACKPLN
ANYPROC
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Type and model
Failing items
9125-F2C
1. Replace the DCCAs at locations Un-P1-C147 and
Un-P1-C148, one at a time.
2. Replace the system backplane at location Un-P1.
PTFSRCH
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item.
Look for fixes (PTFs) associated with the reference code and have the customer apply them.
PTNNTWK
One or more connections to a partition have been lost.
1. Is the management console reporting any other reference codes that indicate a loss of communication
with other partitions?
v No: Choose from the following options:
– If the partition is running IBM i, go to step 2.
– If the partition is running AIX or Linux, go to step 3.
v Yes: Resolve the first of these reference codes. This ends the procedure.
2. Open a 5250 console to the partition. There should be seven jobs running:
v 4 of these jobs start with QCST*
v 2 of these jobs start with QYUS*
v 1 of these jobs start with QSVRM*
Are all seven of these jobs running?
v Yes: Go to step 4.
v No: End all of those jobs that are still running and then issue the following command:
SBMJOB CMD(CALL PGM(QSYS/QCSTCTSRCD)) JOBD(QSYS/QCSTSRCD)
PRTDEV(*JOBD) OUTQ(*JOBD)
USER(*JOBD) PRTTXT(*JOBD) RTGDTA(RUNPTY50)
This ends the procedure.
3. Complete the following steps:
a. Open a virtual terminal console to the partition.
b. Verify that Service Resource Manager (SRM) is running properly by entering the following
command:
lssrc -a |grep ServiceRM
If the state given for SRM is inactive, SRM is not running and needs to be restarted. If the state
given is active, go to step 4.
4. Has the partition logged any LAN adapter or other LAN reference codes?
v No: Work with the customer to find and resolve any network problems between the management
console and the partition. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Resolve these reference codes. This ends the procedure.
PWRCBL
The failing item is the SPCN frame-to-frame cable or adapter.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
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CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
1464, 6008
Any
22R5219
SPCN cable (6
meters)
1465, 6007
Any
22R5221
SPCN cable (15
meters)
1466, 6029
Any
22R5222
SPCN cable (30
meters)
0369
Any
41U0128
Optical SPCN cable
(100 meters)
Any
39J3865
SPCN optical adapter
Location code
PWROC
This is not a valid symbolic FRU for this machine type.
PWRSPLY
A power supply might be the failing item.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Attention: In a system with redundant power supplies, verify that the green "AC input good" and green
"DC good" LEDs on the power supply that is not being replaced are on solid before starting to replace
the failing power supply.
Attention: When replacing a redundant power supply, a 1xxx1504, 1xxx1514, 1xxx1524, or 1xxx1534
reference code might surface in the error log. If you just removed and replaced the power supply in the
location associated with this reference code, and the power supply became ready (ac power good LED is
illuminated) after the install, disregard this reference code. If you had not previously removed and
replaced a power supply, the power supply did not become ready after installation, or there are repeated
fan fault errors after the power supply replacement, continue to follow this procedure.
Note: The following table provides information about power supply LEDs.
LED
Description
AC input good
This LED is green and will be on (lit) if the ac input
voltage is present and off (not lit) if the ac input voltage
is not present. For normal system operation, this LED
will be on solid.
DC good
This LED is green and will be on solid if the power
supply output voltages are correct. If the power supply
control voltage is present and the power supply outputs
are not powered up, the power supply is in standby and
the dc good LED will blink at a rate of 1-3 times per
second. The dc good LED will be off if both the power
supply control voltage and the output voltages are bad.
For normal system operation, this LED will be on solid.
Identify
The identify LED is amber and will be toggled on and
off at a 4 second rate, 10 seconds after the application of
input power to the supply, if serial communication isn't
established with the service processor. For normal system
operation, this LED will be off.
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1. Is the reference code 1xxx15xx 1xxx60x6, or 1xxx71xx?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Complete the following steps:
a. Find the unit reference code in the following table to determine the FRU part number and
location for the failing power supply.
b. Ensure that the power cables to the power supply are properly connected and seated. The green
Power Good LED on the power supply will illuminate when power is correctly connected to the
power supply.
c. Is the reference code 1xxx1510 or 1xxx1520 and is the failing unit configured with a redundant
power supply option (or dual line cord feature)?
– Yes: Before replacing any parts, perform isolation procedure PWR1911.
– No: Continue with step 1.d.
d. Replace the failing power supply (see the following table to determine which power supply to
replace and its location).
Attention: For reference codes 1xxx1510 and 1xxx1520 before replacing any parts on a dual
line cord system, perform isolation procedure PWR1911. Before replacing parts on a single line
cord system, check the ac jumper to the power supply.
e. Complete the following steps if the new power supply does not fix the problem:
1) Reinstall the original power supply.
2) Try the new power supply in each of the other positions listed in the table.
3) If the problem still is not fixed, reinstall the original power supply and go to the next FRU
in the list.
4) For reference codes 1xxx1510 and 1xxx1520 if a problem persists after replacing the power
supply, replace the power distribution backplane, contact your next level of support.
f. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Unit reference code
Part number
Description
Location code
1510, 1511, 1512, 1513, 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
1514, 7110
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Power supply, ac
Un-E1
1520, 1521, 1522, 1523, 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
1524, 7120
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Power supply, ac
Un-E2
1510, 1511, 1512, 1513, 8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
1514, 7110
See System parts.
Power supply, ac
Un-E1
1520, 1521, 1522, 1523, 8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
1524, 7120
See System parts.
Power supply, ac
Un-E2
1510, 1511, 1512, 1513, 8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
1514, 7110
See System parts.
Power supply, dc
Un-E1
1520, 1521, 1522, 1523, 8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
1524, 7120
See System parts.
Power supply, dc
Un-E2
1510, 1511, 1512, 1513 8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
Power supply
Un-E1
1520, 1521, 1522, 1523 8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
Power supply
Un-E2
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Type-model or
feature code
1510, 1511, 1512, 1513, 9117-MMB,
1514, 7110
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Power supply
Un-E1
1520, 1521, 1522, 1523, 9117-MMB,
1524, 7120
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Power supply
Un-E2
1510, 1511, 1512, 1513, 5796, 7314-G30
1514, 1516, 1517
42R4491
Power supply
Un-E1
1520, 1521, 1522, 1523, 5796, 7314-G30
1524, 1526, 1527
42R4491
Power supply
Un-E2
1507, 1510, 1511, 1512, 5802, 5877
6006
See System parts.
Power supply (OCA), Un-E1
ac
1517, 1520, 1521, 1522, 5802, 5877
6016
See System parts.
Power supply (OCA), Un-E2
ac
This ends the procedure.
2. Is the reference code 1xxx2600, 1xxx2601, 1xxx2603, 1xxx2605, or 1xxx2606?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Complete the following steps:
a. Find the unit reference code in the following table to determine the FRU part number and
location for the failing power supply.
b. Replace the failing power supply.
c. Complete the following steps if the new power supply does not fix the problem:
1) Reinstall the original power supply.
2) Try the new power supply in each of the other positions listed in the table.
3) If the problem still is not fixed, reinstall the original power supply and go to the next FRU
in the list.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
Unit reference code
Type-model or
feature code
Part number
Description
Location code
2600, 2601, 2603, 2605, 8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
or 2606
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Power supply
Un-E1 or Un-E2
2600, 2601, 2603, 2605, 5796, 7314-G30
or 2606
Power supply
Un-E1 or Un-E2
42R4491
This ends the procedure.
3. Is the reference code 1xxx1601, 1xxx1602, 1xxx8455, or 1xxx8456?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: One of the power supplies might be missing. Use the following table to determine the location
of the power supply and the service action to perform.
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Reference code
Missing power supply
Service action
1xxx1601
Un-E1
If the power supply is missing, install
it. If the power supply is installed,
ensure that the power cables to the
power supply are properly connected
and seated. The green power good
LED on the power supply will
illuminate when the power is
correctly connected to the power
supply. If the power cables to the
power supply are properly connected
and seated, and the green power
good LED is on, but the SRC is still
being logged, replace the power
supply specified by the location code.
This ends the procedure.
1xxx1602
Un-E2
If the power supply is missing, install
it. If the power supply is installed,
ensure that the power cables to the
power supply are properly connected
and seated. The green power good
LED on the power supply will
illuminate when the power is
correctly connected to the power
supply. If the power cables to the
power supply are properly connected
and seated, and the green power
good LED is on, but the SRC is still
being logged, replace the power
supply specified by the location code.
This ends the procedure.
1xxx8455
Un-E1
Install the missing power supply.
This ends the procedure.
1xxx8456
Un-E2
Install the missing power supply.
This ends the procedure.
4. Is the reference code 1xxx16F1?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Both of the power supplies might be missing. If the power supplies are missing, install them. If
the power supplies are installed, ensure that the power cables to the power supplies are properly
connected and seated. The green power good LED on the power supply will illuminate when the
power is correctly connected to the power supply. If the power cables to the power supplies are
properly connected and seated, and the green power good LED is on, but the SRC is still being
logged, replace both power supplies. This ends the procedure.
5. Is the reference code 1xxx2614?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The power supplies are not the same type. One is an ac power supply and the other is a dc
power supply. If the system or rack is powered by ac power, replace the dc power supply with an
ac power supply. If the system or rack is powered by dc power, replace the ac power supply with a
dc power supply. This ends the procedure.
6. Is the reference code 1xxx314x, 1xxx3156, or 1xxx3157?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the power supply (DCA) at location Un-E1 in the 5802 expansion unit. If that does not
resolve the problem, replace the power supply (DCA) at location Un-E2 in the 5802 expansion unit.
This ends the procedure.
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7. Is the reference code 1xxx3154 or 1xxx3155?
v No: Return to Starting a repair action. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Replace the power supply (DCA) at location Un-E2 in the 5802 expansion unit. If that does not
resolve the problem, replace the power supply (DCA) at location Un-E1 in the 5802 expansion unit.
This ends the procedure.
PWRVPD
Use ASMI to set the configuration ID and MTMS value.
To perform this operation, verify that the following prerequisites have been met:
v The server must be powered on to firmware standby or firmware running state.
v The expansion unit must be correctly installed in the system configuration and have ac power.
v Your authority level must be one of the following levels:
– Administrator
– Authorized service provider
1. Login in to the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI).
2. Expand System Configuration.
3. Select Configure I/O Enclosures.
4. Select Clear inactive enclosures.
5. If you were directed here from a FRU replacement procedure, the FRU that was replaced contained
non-volatile storage where information about the expansion unit's machine type-model-serial
(MTMS) was stored. It is necessary to restore the expansion unit's MTMS now. It might also be
necessary to set or change the expansion unit's configuration ID (power control network identifier).
The non-volatile storage in which the expansion unit's MTMS value is stored in a new replacement
FRU is uninitialized. When power is first applied, the system detects the uninitialized value and
assigns an obvious, temporary unique value of the form TMP x.xxx.xxxxxxx, where x can be any
character 0-9 and A-Z. As a result, the initial location code of the expansion unit is set to UTMP
x.xxx.xxxxxxx. To perform power off procedures or to change settings for an expansion unit that
contains uninitialized non-volatile storage, you must first use the new UTMP x.xxx.xxxxxxx location
code (see the list below) when selecting the expansion unit in the ASMI menus.
Note:
a. Do not remove the ac power cord after powering off the expansion unit.
b. If the expansion unit does not does not immediately appear on the service utility used to power
off the expansion unit, refresh the utility periodically for up to 10 minutes until it does. If it still
does not appear, return to step 1 and repeat this procedure.
c. If you were directed here from a replacement procedure, remember to use the new UTMP
x.xxx.xxxxxxx location code when selecting the expansion unit to power off.
d. If you were instructed by the procedure that sent you here when you were powering off the
expansion unit to use panel function 69 to power on the expansion unit, perform panel function
69 now (with the control panel set to manual mode) from the system unit control panel (even
though the expansion unit is already on).
6. From the ASMI utility, expand System Configuration.
7. Select Configure I/O Enclosures.
8. Compare the power control network identifier value shown for the expansion unit you are working
with to the power control network identifier (configuration ID) values in the following list. Compare
the type-model and serial number values shown for the expansion unit you are working with to the
type, model, and serial values on the label on the expansion unit. If any changes must be made, go
to step 9. Otherwise go to step 21.
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Note: Serial numbers are case sensitive. (All alpha characters contained in the serial number must be
entered as a capital letter.)
v 8D for the 7314-G30 expansion units.
9. If the server is powered on to firmware running state, go to the next step. If the server is powered
on to firmware standby state go to step 11.
10. See the following note, then see Powering off an expansion unit. Then continue with step 11.
Note:
a. Do not disconnect the ac power cables after powering off the expansion unit.
b. If the expansion unit does not immediately appear on the service utility used to power off the
expansion unit, refresh the utility periodically for up to 10 minutes until it does. If it still does
not appear, go step 1 and repeat this procedure.
c. Remember to use the new UTMP x.xxx.xxxxxxx location code when selecting the expansion unit
to power off if you were directed here from a replacement procedure.
11.
12.
13.
14.
d. If you were instructed by the procedure that sent you here when you were powering off the
expansion unit to use panel function 69 to power on the expansion unit, perform panel function
69 now (with the control panel set to manual mode) from the system unit control panel (even
though the expansion unit is already on).
From the ASMI utility, expand System Configuration.
Select Configure I/O Enclosure.
Select the expansion unit with which you are working.
Select Change settings.
15. If in step 8 you determined that the power control network identifier value is not correct, enter the
correct value now.
16. If in step 8 you determined that the type-model and serial number values are not correct, enter the
correct values now.
Note: Serial numbers are case sensitive. (All alpha characters contained in the serial number must be
entered as a capital letter.)
17. Click Save settings to complete the operation
18. Verify that the values you just entered are reflected in the power control network identifier,
type-model, serial number, and location code columns for the expansion unit with which you are
working. Do not use the browser back button to do this. Rather, expand System Configuration.
Then select Configure I/O Enclosures.
Note: Serial numbers are case sensitive. All alpha characters contained in the serial number must be
entered as a capital letter.
19. If the server is powered on to firmware standby state and you entered a new power control network
identifier in step 15, the expansion unit will power off and back on automatically. If this is the case,
go to step 21. Otherwise go to the next step.
20. Power on the expansion unit.
v If the system is not managed by a management console, disconnect all ac power to the expansion
unit by disconnecting the ac cables from the power supplies on the expansion unit. Wait for the
display panel to go off, and then reconnect the ac power cables. The expansion unit will power on
automatically.
v If the system is managed by a management console, power on the expansion unit by using the
Power On/Off unit utility. If the values you just entered are not immediately reflected in the
location code of the expansion unit in the Power On/Off unit utility, restart the utility periodically
for up to 10 minutes until the values you entered are reflected. For information about powering on
an expansion unit, see Powering on an expansion unit. Then continue with the next step.
21. Log off and close ASMI.
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22. Return to the procedure that sent you here.
QDCCRLS
Licensed Internal Code is the failing item.
Look for PTFs associated with the reference code and have the customer apply them.
QSYSOPR
Look here for information about QSYSOPR symbolic FRU.
Look in the System Operator message queue for a message with the same date and time as the problem.
Perform any actions defined in the message.
REFER
Look here for information about REFER symbolic FRU.
If the first 4 characters of the SRC are 3995, see 3995 Publications and Documentation. If the first 4
characters of the SRC are 3996, see the 3996 Maintenance Information included with the 3996 Optical
Library.
REM_NIC
Look here for information about REM_NIC symbolic FRU.
One end of the failed link is a system unit other than the one reporting this error.
In a cluster, all system units should send a warning to the other system units in the cluster when they are
about to perform a controlled power down. This error could occur when a system unit leaves the cluster
without issuing any warning to other system units. If the system unit is not reporting due to a failed
cable or HSL hardware, replacing the FRUs in this error log entry will correct the problem.
However, the system unit might have been powered down immediately, or powered down because of an
error. If this is the case, service any errors in the other system unit, or power the other system unit back
on. When the other system unit reports in, the loop will be complete and this error can be closed.
This ends the procedure.
REM_SYS
Look here for information about REM_SYS symbolic FRU.
A problem has occurred in a remote system that is in an HSL OptiConnect loop.
If the value of the first half of word 7 in the reference code is greater than or equal to 0680, this value is
the hexadecimal RIO/HSL loop number. The service action log (SAL) code will attempt to identify the
RIO/HSL loop number of the local system and the serial number of the remote system as a portion of the
part description for this symbolic FRU. If the SAL could not identify the serial number of the remote
system, check all the systems which are connected to the local RIO/HSL loop identified in the reference
code or the SAL. Search the SAL of the remote systems for hardware and Licensed Internal Code
problems. Correct any problems you find with Licensed Internal Code or Network Interface Controller
(NIC) / RIO controller hardware.
This ends the procedure.
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ROUTER
Any network switch that iSCSI data might pass through between the IBM i iSCSI target adapter and a
System x or BladeCenter iSCSI initiator adapter might be the failing item.
SASCABL
The SAS device cable might be failing.
If the device is an internal device (not in an external disk expansion unit), there is no cable. Continue
with the next failing item in the failing item list. This ends the procedure.
If the device is in an external expansion unit, ensure the cables are connected correctly. If they are not
connected correctly, fix the cable connection problem. If they are already connected correctly, replace the
cables. See "Serial attached SCSI cable planning," in Planning for cables for cable FRU part numbers.
Note: Power off the system, partition, or card slot before connecting and disconnecting cables, as
appropriate, to prevent hardware damage.
This ends the procedure.
SASEXP
The expander or ESM (Enclosure Services Manager) might be failing.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Complete the following steps:
1. Does the SRC that sent you here begin with 509A, 50B1, or 57C3?
v No: Go to step step 3.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
2. Find the resource name that this error was logged against. This can be obtained from the service
action log (see Searching the service action log). Then, using the resource name, perform the following
steps:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Access SST or DST.
Select Start a Service Tool.
Select Hardware Service Manager.
Select Locate resource by resource name.
Enter the resource name that this error was logged against.
Select the Associated packaging resources option for the expander.
Select the Display detail for the expander/ESM option to display its location code.
Replace the expander/ESM at the location displayed. For information on how to match location code
to physical location and removal and replacement procedure, see Part locations and location codes.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
509A
5886
See System parts.
Enclosure Services
Manager (ESM)
Un-C1, Un-C2
50B1
5887
See System parts.
Enclosure Services
Manager (ESM)
Un-C1, Un-C2
57C3
EDR1
See System parts.
Enclosure RAID
module assembly
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C2
This ends the procedure.
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3. Is the device an internal device (not in an external expansion unit)?
v No: Replace the expanders/ESMs in the external expansion unit one at a time until the problem is
resolved. This ends the procedure.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
509D
5720, 7214-1U2
See System parts.
Electronics tray, also
known as the
Enclosure Services
Manager (ESM)
Un-P1
50AD
5724
See System parts.
Electronics tray, also
known as the
Enclosure Services
Manager (ESM)
Un-P1
509A
5886
See System parts.
Enclosure Services
Manager (ESM)
Un-C1, Un-C2
50B1
5887
See System parts.
Enclosure Services
Manager (ESM)
Un-C1, Un-C2
57C3
EDR1
See System parts.
Enclosure RAID
module assembly
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C2
v Yes: The expander is integrated into the device backplane.
If you have not replaced the device backplane, replace it. Use the following table to determine the
part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU). If you have already replaced the device backplane,
continue with the next failing item in the failing item list. This ends the procedure.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
Disk drive backplane
Un-P2
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
Disk drive backplane
Un-P3
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Media and disk drive Un-P2
backplane
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
Media and disk drive Un-P2
backplane with port
expander
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Removable media
enclosure assembly
(includes the media
backplane)
Un-P2-C9
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Disk drive backplane
Un-P2-C9
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SI_CARD
The failing component is the 12X adapter card in the system unit.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
GX dual-port 12X
HCA
Un-P1-Cx
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
GX dual-port 12X
HCA
Un-P1-Cx
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
RIO-2/HSL-2 adapter Un-P1-Cx
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
GX dual-port 12X
HCA
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
RIO-2/HSL-2 adapter Un-P2-Cx
Un-P1-Cx
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
GX dual-port 12X
HCA
Un-P2-Cx
9119-FHB
GX dual-port 12X
HCA
Un-Pm-C44,
Un-Pm-C41,
Un-Pm-C40,
Un-Pm-C39
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
SI_PHB
The HSL I/O bridge/RIO adapter hardware in a system or I/O unit is failing.
Follow this procedure to identify the failing component to replace.
1. Are you working from the serviceable event view and a card location is listed with this FRU?
v Yes: Then the listed card location is where the error is located. Continue with the next step.
v No: Record the bus number value, BBBB, in word 7 of the reference code. Word 7 of the reference
code allows you to determine the correct bus number, bus type, multiadapter bridge number,
multiadapter bridge function number, and logical card number from the direct select address
(DSA). See Analyzing a RIO/HSL/12X or PCI bus reference code. Search for the decimal bus
number, using one of the following, to determine which frame or I/O unit contains the failing item.
– The management console's system configuration user interface (if a management console is
controlling the system)
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– IBM i Hardware Service Manager (HSM)
– Hardware Service Manager (HSM)
– The system configuration listing
Record the unit type or feature and continue with the next step.
2. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
I/O backplane
Un-P2
5796, 7314-G30
RIO/HSL adapter
Un-P1-C7
10N8782
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
SIADPCD
The failing component is the I/O bridge card or a 12X adapter card in an I/O unit.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
50A2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
520C
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
520A or 520B
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
Riser
Un-P1-C7
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
SICNTRL
The failing component is the HSL, 4X, or 12X controller.
1. Do you have a location code for this FRU in the serviceable event view?
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
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2. Use the following table to find the replacement FRU part number for the FRU location identified
previously in this procedure.
CCIN
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BDD, 2BE6
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
PCIe expansion riser
Un-P1-C1
2BDA
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C8
2BE6
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
PCIe expansion riser
Un-P1-C1
2BDA
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C8
2BDB
8231-E2B
See System parts.
4X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C7
2B4D
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
1817
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
52B4
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C7
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B62
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
2BBD
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
System backplane
Un-P1
2BC3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
12X adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C3
295B
9119-FHB
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-Py-C39,
Un-Py-C40,
Un-Py-C41, Un-Py-C44
Note: y = 2 - 9
2E00
9125-F2C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
SIIOADP
The I/O hub or I/O bridge might be failing.
1. Is a location for this FRU given in the serviceable event view?
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v Yes: Use that location and Table 25 on page 334 to find and replace the failing part. This ends the
procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step. Note: In most circumstances, the SRC logged by the system
firmware includes a FRU list. In very few circumstances (as in the following examples), the failure
requires immediate system termination.
Example: Symptoms
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
B7006981
XXXXXX62
00010002
14993203
FRUCALLO
FRUCALLO
00000000
12X (bridge) bus adapter failure SRC
SRC Format 62
Component ID field must be an exact match
Code Model and PRC must be an exact match
Decode this when the SRC is 6906 or 6907
Decode this when the SRC is 6981
Example: SRC 6981
1
2
3
4
6
7
B7006981
00000062
00010002
14993203
00044000
00000000
When immediate termination occurs, the SRC does not provide a FRU information. The following
steps describe how to determine the FRU.
2. Is the system a 9125-F2C?
v Yes: Use Table 25 on page 334 to find and replace the failing part. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
3. Isolate the 12X adapter FRU indicated by the data in word 5 (when the SRC is 6906 or 6907) or word
6 (when the SRC is 6981) of the SRC by completing the following steps:
a. Use the following example as a guide to locate and record the following binary values from word
5 or word 6 of the SRC:
v 12X hub ID
v 12X loop position
Example: Decoding FRU 00044000
Figure 3. Decoding FRU 00044000
b. Convert the binary values for the 12X hub ID and the 12X loop position to decimal. Record these
values for later use.
4. To isolate the failing 12X adapter, you will walk the cabling for the specified 12X loop from the
leading port to the trailing port. To determine the 12X loop number and 12X port location code for the
leading port, perform the following steps:
a. Make sure you have the decimal value for the 12X hub ID and the loop number at hand, then
continue with the next step.
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b. Compare the values from the previous step to the loop location information table for your server
below. Record the values for the 12X loop number and the 12X port location code. Then continue
with the next step.
Table 16. 8202-E4B, 8205-E6B SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
1
0781/1921
Un-P1-C2
2
0782/1922
Un-P1-C8
Table 17. 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
1
0781/1921
Un-P1-C1
2
0782/1922
Un-P1-C8
Table 18. 8231-E2B SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
1
0781/1921
Un-P1-C1
2
0782/1922
Un-P1-C7
Table 19. 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
1
0781/1921
Un-P1-C1
2
0782/1922
Un-P1-C8
Table 20. 8233-E8B, 8236-E8C SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
1
0781/1921
Un-P1-C8-T1
2
0782/1922
Un-P1-C7-T1
Table 21. 8408-E8D, 9109-RMD SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
1
0785/1925
Un-P1-C2-T1
2
0787/1927
Un-P1-C3-T1
Table 22. 9117-MMB, 9179-MHB SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
2
0782/1922
Un-P1-C2-T1
3
0783/1923
Un-P1-C3-T1
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Table 23. 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHC, or 9179-MHD SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
2
0783/1923
Un-P1-C2-T1
3
0786/1926
Un-P1-C3-T1
Table 24. 9119-FHB SIIOADP 12X loop location information
Hub (decimal)
Loop number (hex / dec)
Location code for leading port of the
loop
0
0780/1920
Un-P9-C44
1
0781/1921
Un-P7-C44
2
0782/1922
Un-P9-C41
3
0783/1923
Un-P7-C41
4
0784/1924
Un-P9-C39
5
0785/1925
Un-P7-C39
6
0786/1926
Un-P9-C40
7
0787/1927
Un-P7-C40
8
0788/1928
Un-P5-C44
9
0789/1929
Un-P8-C44
10
078A/1930
Un-P5-C41
11
078B/1931
Un-P8-C41
12
078C/1932
Un-P5-C39
13
078D/1933
Un-P8-C39
14
078E/1934
Un-P5-C40
15
078F/1935
Un-P8-C40
16
0790/1936
Un-P6-C44
17
0791/1937
Un-P3-C44
18
0792/1938
Un-P6-C41
19
0793/1939
Un-P3-C41
20
0794/1940
Un-P6-C39
21
0795/1941
Un-P3-C39
22
0796/1942
Un-P6-C40
23
0797/1943
Un-P3-C40
24
0798/1944
Un-P2-C44
25
0799/1945
Un-P4-C44
26
079A/1946
Un-P2-C41
27
079B/1947
Un-P4-C41
28
079C/1948
Un-P2-C39
29
079D/1949
Un-P4-C39
30
079E/1950
Un-P2-C40
31
079F/1951
Un-P4-C40
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5. Isolate the failing 12X adapter by walking the cabling for the specified 12X loop from the leading port
to the trailing port. Complete the following steps:
a. Begin walking the cabling by starting at the 12X loop number and 12X port location code that you
recorded in step 4.b.
b. Starting with 0 (zero) for the first 12X adapter on the loop, follow the loop cabling and count each
12X adapter in the order it is cabled. For example, the first 12X adapter is 0, the next is 1, the next
is 2, and so on.
c. Continue this process until you count up to the decimal value of the 12X loop position. The 12X
adapter that corresponds to the value of the 12X loop position is the failing 12X adapter.
Note: Concurrent maintenance requires that you make a change to the previous procedure for
counting the 12X adapters on the loop. If concurrent maintenance was performed to attach one or
more additional 12X adapters to this loop and the server has not performed an IPL after the adapters
were added, exclude the added 12X adapters as you make the initial count. If the 12X loop position
exceeds the number of 12X adapters, continue by counting the added 12X adapters in the order they
were added to the loop.
6. Replace the failing 12X adapter. To determine the FRU part number and the FRU location, use the
following table to find and replace the failing part. This ends the procedure.
Table 25. SIIOADP FRU part numbers
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BFB, 2BFC
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2BDD, 2BE6
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
PCIe expansion riser
Un-P1-C1
2BDA
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C8
2B4B
8202-E4C, 8231-E1C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B2D
8202-E4D, 8231-E1D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B4A
8205-E6C, 8231-E2C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2B2C
8205-E6D, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2BE6
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
PCIe expansion riser
Un-P1-C1
2BDA
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C8
2BFB, 2BFC
8231-E2B
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
2BDB
8231-E2B
See System parts.
4X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C7
2B4D
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
28A5
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
1817
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
GX+ 12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
52B4
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
GX++ 12X adapter
Un-P1-C7
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
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Table 25. SIIOADP FRU part numbers (continued)
2BC3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
12X adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C3
295B
9119-FHB
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-Py-C39,
Un-Py-C40,
Un-Py-C41,
Un-Py-C44
2E00
9125-F2C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50AA
5802, 5877
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P5
50A2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
50A8
5803, 5873
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P5
520A
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
Riser
Un-P1-C7
520B
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
Riser
Un-P1-C7
520C
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
SIRGCBL
This symbolic FRU is not supported on the system. Continue with the next FRU in the failing item list.
SIRGCFG
An invalid configuration was detected on an HSL/RIO loop during the IPL.
The four rightmost characters of word 4 in the reference code represent the Program Return Code (PRC),
which describes the problem detected. The four leftmost digits of word 7 represent the loop number in
hexadecimal format. Convert the loop number to decimal format before comparing it to loop numbers
shown in serviceable event views and service tools.
To determine the problem, find the PRC in the table below.
Note: The FRU description in the serviceable event view might already contain a message that identifies
the problem.
Table 26. Correcting an invalid configuration on an HSL/RIO loop
PRC
Problem identified
Corrective action
xxxx 0008
System serial number not set
Set the serial number on the system
unit. See Accessing the Advanced
System Management Interface. If the
problem persists contact your next
level of support.
xxxx 3200
Clustered systems on loop with SPD
migrated expansion unit
Migration expansion units are not
supported; remove them.
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Table 26. Correcting an invalid configuration on an HSL/RIO loop (continued)
PRC
Problem identified
Corrective action
xxxx 3201
Clustered systems on multiple
HSL/RIO loops
Ensure all clustered systems are on
the same HSL/RIO loop.
xxxx 3202
Multiple SPD migrated expansion
units detected
Migration expansion units are not
supported; remove them.
xxxx 3207
SPD migrated expansion unit not on
first HSL/RIO loop
Migration expansion units are not
supported; remove them.
xxxx 3212
NIC/RIO controller level does not
support OptiConnect
The NIC/RIO controller hardware
component does not support HSL
OptiConnect. The FRU that contains
the NIC/RIO controller component
must be upgraded to a level that
supports HSL OptiConnect. Examine
the service action log (SAL) of the
system on this loop for the same
error. The SAL will indicate the
correct FRU to replace. Use the
service tools and information for that
system to correct the problem and
close the problem on this system.
This ends the procedure.
SIRSTAT
A status indication for a RIO/HSL loop is identified in the reference code.
Use the table below to determine whether the status indication requires a service action. Record the
rightmost 4 characters of word 4 of the reference code. These characters are the program return code
(PRC), which indicates the RIO/HSL status. The leftmost 4 characters of word 7 indicate the RIO/HSL
loop number (in hexadecimal format).
Table 27. Status indicated by the PRC
PRC
Indicated status
3204
A RIO error was detected, indicating that a RIO link failed.
1. To diagnose the error read through the transport manager flight recorder.
2. Check the failing link. If the link shows not to have failed, check the devices connected to either end
of the link.
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Table 27. Status indicated by the PRC (continued)
PRC
Indicated status
3205
During the IPL, Licensed Internal Code determined that the loop was not complete.
v This is expected if there are no I/O units on the loop.
v This error can also occur when an I/O unit, shared I/O unit, or another system on the loop did not
complete powering on by the time this system's Licensed Internal Code checked the loop for
completeness. As a result, you might see this error in the serviceable event view you are working
with.
v When you find the same reference code logged from the same IPL against the same resource with a
PRC of 3206 or 3208, the problem no longer exists. This can happen because the error was recovered
when RIO/HSL hardware came on line, was properly configured, or the diagnostic code determined
that there was not a problem based on the combination of machine types, features, configuration, and
topology. In this case, the problem entry can be closed.
v In IBM i, this error might also appear in the serviceable event view if any I/O units were removed
from the loop without deleting the RIO/HSL I/O bridge resources of those units from hardware
service manager (HSM). The service procedure identified with the reference code that sent you here
will help you determine whether the loop is functioning correctly or if service is required.
v This error might also be caused by a problem in a rack, frame, or unit connected to the RIO/HSL
loop if the problem prevents the unit from powering on or being detected by Licensed Internal Code.
Follow the service procedures for this reference code. When necessary, you might be directed to work
on other reference codes before returning to this procedure.
3206
During normal operation a RIO/HSL loop recovered its redundant path. The loop is now complete.
3208
During normal operation a RIO/HSL I/O bridge recovered a failed link on the loop.
3209
Recoverable CRC (cyclical redundancy check) errors have occurred on the loop. This error requires
service action. A RIO/HSL cable or connection must be replaced. Replace only the cable that appears in
the FRU list of this reference code. If the serviceable event view entry does not list any cable FRUs,
replace the failing items listed in the serviceable event view entry by following the normal service
procedures for those FRUs. This will be the case when the RIO/HSL connection is embedded.
320A
This is an informational event which gets logged during the system IPL after a node or adapter
concurrent maintenance action or after an I/O drawer has been added. This log contains topology and
trace information that might be useful in determining which bus numbers where assigned to I/O
enclosures. No service action is required.
3210
A RIO/HSL link switched to a slower speed. The link is designed to run at a faster speed based on the
link's hardware and Licensed Internal Code levels at both ends. If there is a FRU list in the serviceable
event view, use it to complete the repair action.
SLOTERR
The multiadapter bridge detected a problem with a card location that it controls.
The problem is in the controls for the card slot. The card location might or might not have an installed
card. If there is a card installed in that location, it might be the source of the problem. In some cases, the
user interface view of the servicable event will list more than one card position for this FRU's location.
The problem might be with any one of the FRU's in those locations. When there is a list of locations in
this FRU's location code, the card locations will be separated by commas. A range of card positions will
show the starting card position, a colon, and the ending card position.
Note: Any IOPs plugged into slots owned by a Linux partition will not power on. This error will be
logged. Correct the situation by removing the IOP cards.
1. Is there a single card position listed in the serviceable event user interface of an operating system,
service processor, or the management console for this failing item?
v
v
No: Continue with the next step.
Yes: Go to step 5.
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2. Is there a range of card positions (PCI bridge set) listed in the problem view for this failing item?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Licensed Internal Code could not identify the slot with the error. Perform MABIP50 to
determine the card position with the failure.
This ends the procedure.
3. Record the direct select address (DSA), which is word 7 of the reference code from the problem view
display.
4. Examine the multiadapter bridge function number in the DSA. See DSA translation.
Is the multiadapter bridge function number less than or equal to 7?
v Yes: Go to procedure MABIP53 to locate the card, and then continue with the next step.
v No: Licensed Internal Code could not identify the slot with the error. Perform MABIP50 to
determine the card position with the failure.
This ends the procedure.
5. Does the reference code that sent you here appear more than once, or does another reference code
with this symbolic FRU appear from the same IPL and against the same resource?
v Yes: The failure is at the multiadapter bridge. Do not use this symbolic FRU; instead, go to the
next failing item in the list.
This ends the procedure.
v No: Locate the message in the following table to determine the problem and necessary corrective
action.
Table 28. Card slot errors
Problem or message
Meaning or corrective action
Slot unavailable due to 64-bit card in adjacent slot.
The card location specified in the DSA is unavailable for
the card installed there. Do not use that card location.
The card location with a multiadapter bridge function
number one less than the multiadapter bridge function
number in the DSA has a 64-bit card installed. The 64-bit
card is using the 32-bit PCI bus of the card location
specified in the DSA.
To determine the multiadapter bridge function numbers
and the card locations they specify, see DSA translation.
LED control failure, do not use slot.
System code has detected a problem with the controls for
the LED at the card location specified by the DSA. Do
not use that card location.
Power control failure, do not use slot.
System code has detected a problem with the power
controls at the card location specified by the DSA. Do
not use that card location.
Multi-adapter bridge card slot error, do not use card slot. System code has detected a problem with the controls at
the card location specified by the DSA. Do not use that
card location.
This ends the procedure.
SLOTUSE
The card in the given slot is not available for use.
1. Is the SRC B2002250 or B2002300?
v No: Continue with step 3.
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v Yes: The first two characters in word 4 of the reference code will identify the platform Licensed
Internal Code component that has control of the slot. Continue with the next step.
2. What is the value of the first two characters of word 4 of the reference code?
v 81: The concurrent maintenance component has control of the slot. The concurrent maintenance
procedure must complete before the partition will be able to perform an IPL. This ends the
procedure.
v 02 or 03: The component that has control of the slot is management console service or management
console configuration. Make sure that management console functions are not using the slot. This
ends the procedure.
v Other: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
3. Is the SRC B2002475?
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
4. Look in the serviceable event view for part numbers and location codes associated with the card slot.
Note: There will not be a part number if the card slot is empty.
If the reference code is on the control panel, look in the FRU section of the reference code for the
location of the card slot. Check the server to see if a card is physically present in the card slot. Is a
card physically present?
v No: Use symbolic FRU LPARCFG to reconfigure the card slot so that it is not a required resource to
perform a partition IPL. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Replace the failing card. This ends the procedure.
SNSDATA
Look here for information about SNSDATA symbolic FRU.
This is a portion of the SCSI sense data associated with the unit reference code (URC); it is not a failing
item in and of itself. This data is referenced by certain failure isolation procedures within 3995
Publications and Documentation and the 3996 Maintenance Information included with the 3996 Optical
Library.
SPBUS
The path to the service processor might be the failing item.
Look in the serviceable event view. Fix all B700 697x errors that occurred at approximately the same time.
One of them will implicate the hardware that communicates with the service processor.
SPNETWK
A connection between a management console and a service processor has been lost.
The location code will identify the unit to which contact was lost.
1. Is the system receiving power?
v No: Take the necessary action to restore power to the system. This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
2. Verify the network connection between the service processor and the management console. See the
table below for location information.
FRU name (check in order, one at a time)
Location
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C,
8205-E6D service processor to management console
Ethernet cable
Un-P1-T5 or Un-P1-T6
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FRU name (check in order, one at a time)
Location
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
service processor to management console Ethernet cable
Un-P1-T3 or Un-P1-T4
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C service processor to management
console Ethernet cable
Un-P1-T7
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD service processor to management
console Ethernet cable
Un-P1-C1-T2
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC, 9179-MHD service processor to management
console Ethernet cable
Un-P1-C1-T6
9119-FHB HMC 1 to BPH A
Un-P1-C4-J01
9119-FHB BPH A to system controller 0
Un-P1-C4-J05 to Un-P1-C2-J4
9119-FHB BPH A to system controller 1
Un-P1-C4-J06 to Un-P1-C5-J4
9119-FHB HMC 2 to BPH B
Un-P2-C4-J01
9119-FHB BPH B to system controller 0
Un-P2-C4-J05 to Un-P1-C2-J3
9119-FHB BPH B to system controller 1
Un-P2-C4-J06 to Un-P1-C5-J3
9125-F2C HMC1 to DCCA 0
HMC1 to Un-P1-C147-T2
9125-F2C HMC2 to DCCA 0
HMC2 to Un-P1-C147-T3
9125-F2C HMC1 to DCCA 1
HMC1 to Un-P1-C148-T2
9125-F2C HMC2 to DCCA 1
HMC2 to Un-P1-C148-T3
9125-F2C HMC1 port 2 to BPH A
HMC1 port 2 to Un-P2-C1-T19
9125-F2C HMC2 port 2 to BPH A
HMC2 port 2 to Un-P2-C1-T36
9125-F2C HMC1 port 1 to BPH B
HMC1 port 1 to Un-P1-C1-T19
9125-F2C HMC1 port 2 to BPH B
HMC1 port 2 to Un-P1-C1-T36
3. Does the problem persist?
v No: This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
4. Shut down the operating system for the server in preparation to reboot the server. Reapply the power
and boot the server. Does the problem persist?
v No: This ends the procedure.
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
5. Use SVCPROC to replace the service processor. If the problem persists, contact your next level of
support. This ends the procedure.
SPNLCRD
This symbolic FRU is no longer supported.
SRCTB1X
There is a failure detected by the power subsystem.
The complete FRU part number, procedure ID, or symbolic FRU could not be determined by the power
subsystem firmware. This FRU in the serviceable event view might have a partial or complete location
code that will assist you in the repair action. Go to Reference codes and look up the SRC.
Read the SRC description and perform any actions indicated.
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STGCART
The USB removable storage cartridge might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is a location code available in the serviceable event view for this field-replaceable unit (FRU)?
v Yes: Determine the location of the port by removing -Lx from the location code. Replace the USB
removable storage cartridge at the port location. For more information, see Part locations and
location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find additional location codes, part
numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
2. Is “STGDOCK” one of the failing items listed in the serviceable event view for this error, and is a
location available for that failing item?
v Yes: Determine the location of the port by removing -Lx from the location code. Replace the USB
removable storage cartridge at the port location. For more information, see Part locations and
location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find additional location codes, part
numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends the procedure.
v No: Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
STGDOCK
The USB docking station might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is a location code available in the serviceable event view for this field-replaceable unit (FRU)?
Yes:
Determine the location of the port by removing -Lx from the location code. Replace the USB
docking station at the port location. For more information, see Part locations and location
codes. Select your machine type and model number to find additional location codes, part
numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends the procedure.
No:
Continue with the next step.
2. Use the USB_DEV Symbolic FRU to determine the location of the USB port that the external USB
docking station is attached to. Replace the USB docking station at the port location. For more
information, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to
find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends
the procedure.
STORIOA
This symbolic FRU indicates that the storage I/O adapter part number could not be determined.
Use the I/O adapter location information in the serviceable event view if it is available. If the location is
not available, find the address of the I/O adapter. See the System reference code format description. Use
the address to find the location. See Addresses. For part number information, see Managing PCI adapters.
To replace the failing item, see PCI adapter.
SVCDOCS
Look here for information about SVCDOCS symbolic FRU.
This symbolic FRU means that the service action is to read the description of the system reference code
(SRC) and perform any actions indicated there. If you have already read and performed the actions in the
description, go the next failing item in the failing item list.
If you cannot return to the SRC description, go to Reference codes and look up the SRC.
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Read the SRC description and perform any actions indicated.
SVCPROC
The service processor might be failing.
Use the table below to determine the FRU part number for the service processor. Some units have the
service processor built into the system backplane.
Note: After you replace the part and before attempting to power on the server, set the configuration ID
for the SPCN. Otherwise, the server will not perform an IPL. For information about setting the
configuration ID, see PWR1917.
If the server is a multiple-drawer 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD,
or 9119-FHB server and the SRC is a B1xx SRC, use the last byte in word 3 of the primary SRC to
determine which service processor card to replace:
v If the last byte is a 10, replace the primary service processor card.
v If the last byte is a 20, replace the secondary service processor card.
If you don't have access to word 3 of the primary SRC, you can also determine which service processor
card to replace by using either of the following methods:
v If you have access to the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI), log on and display the
details of the service processor error log. Using the Platform Event Log id (shown in the first table of
each detail of the log), look at the first byte.
– If the first byte is a 50, replace the primary service processor card.
– If the first byte is a 51, replace the secondary service processor card.
v If you have access to a management console, log in as PE user. Display the event details for the
corresponding service processor system. Look at the field Platform log ID, which contains a decimal
value that you need to convert to a hexadecimal value.
– If the first byte is a 50, replace the primary service processor card.
– If the first byte is a 51, replace the secondary service processor card.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
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Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
(service processor is
part of the system
backplane)
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
9119-FHB
Service processor card Un-P1-C2 or
Un-P1-C5
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
SYSBKP2
The failing component is the system backplane.
After you have replaced the part, set the enclosure serial number before powering up, otherwise the
machine will not perform an IPL. See the system unit service information for more information regarding
setting the enclosure serial number.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
System backplane
Un-P2
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
SYSBKPL
The backplane might be failing.
The failing component is the system backplane (I/O backplane for 8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, 9117-MMB,
9117-MMC, 9179-MHB, or 9179-MHC).
Use the table below to find the service information for the specified FRU.
Note: After you have replaced the part, make sure to set the enclosure serial number before powering
up, otherwise the machine will not perform an IPL. For more information, see Setting the system
enclosure type.
If the server is a multiple-drawer 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9179-MHB, or 9179-MHC server and the SRC is
a B1xx SRC, use the last byte in word 3 of the primary SRC to determine which backplane to replace:
v If the last byte is a 10, replace the primary unit I/O backplane.
v If the last byte is a 20, replace the secondary unit 1 I/O backplane.
Note: If you don't have access to word 3 of the primary SRC, you can also determine which backplane to
replace by using either of the following methods:
v If you have access to the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI), log on and display the
details of the service processor error log. Using the Platform Event Log id (shown in the first table of
each detail of the log), look at the first byte.
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– If the first byte is a 50, replace the primary unit I/O backplane.
– If the first byte is a 51, replace the secondary unit 1 I/O backplane.
v If you have access to a management console, log in as PE user. Display the event details for the
corresponding service processor system. Look at the field Platform log ID, which contains a decimal
value that you need to convert to a hexadecimal value.
– If the first byte is a 50, replace the primary unit I/O backplane.
– If the first byte is a 51, replace the secondary unit 1 I/O backplane.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Note: If the SRC
reported is 11002611,
go to PWR1918 to
complete the service
action.
Un-P1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
I/O backplane
Un-P2
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
SYSBP
SYSBP symbolic FRU is not supported on these models. Continue with the next FRU in the list.
SYSNTWK
There has been a network adapter failure on this management console.
1. Check the amber port LEDs. Are all of the amber LEDs blinking?
v Yes: One of the ports is not properly configured. For the Hardware Management Console, go to
Configuring the HMC. For the IBM Systems Director Management Console (SDMC), go to
Configuring network. This ends the procedure.
v No: The port with the unlit amber LED is experiencing the problem. Continue with the next step.
2. Ensure that the port is properly defined.
3. Run PC Doctor diagnostics to determine which resource is failing, and then replace that failing
resource. For Hardware Management Console (HMC) diagnostic and parts information, see Hardware
Management Console models 7042-CR4, 7042-C06, and 7042-C07 service. For the Systems Director
Management Console (SDMC) diagnostic and parts information, see Systems Director Management
Console service.
This ends the procedure.
TAPCLN
Clean the tape unit.
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TAPCNFG
Look here for information about TAPCNFG symbolic FRU.
One of the following configuration problems was detected:
v Tape and disk devices are attached to an I/O processor or IOA that does not support tape and disk
devices at the same time.
v An unsupported device type or model is attached.
Correct the configuration problem before exchanging any parts.
TOD
The battery for the time-of-day battery is low or failing.
See symbolic FRU TOD_BAT.
TOD_BAT
The battery for the time-of-day battery is low or failing.
Use the table below to find the service information for the specified FRU.
For B1xx SRCs:
To determine which time-of-day (TOD) battery to replace on a 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD,
9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD, use the last byte in word 3 of the primary SRC.
v If the last byte is a 10, replace the TOD battery on the primary service processor in a 9117-MMB,
9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
v If the last byte is a 20, replace the TOD battery on the secondary service processor in a 9117-MMB,
9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
v If the last byte is a 30, use one of the following methods to determine which TOD battery you need to
replace:
– If you have access to the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI), log on and display the
details of the service processor error log. Using the Platform Event Log id (shown in the first table
of each detail of the log), look at the first byte.
- If the first byte is a 50, replace the TOD battery on the primary service processor in a 9117-MMB,
9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
- If the first byte is a 51, replace the TOD battery on the secondary service processor in a
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
– If you have access to a management console, log in as PE user. Display the event details for the
corresponding service processor system. Look at the field Platform log ID, which contains a decimal
value that you need to convert to a hexadecimal value.
- If the first byte of the hexadecimal value is a 50, replace the TOD battery on the primary unit
service processor in a 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
- If the first byte of the hexadecimal value is a 51, replace the TOD battery on the secondary service
processor in a 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD.
Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
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8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System unit
time-of-day (TOD)
battery
Un-P1-E1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Primary service
Un-P1-C1-E1
processor time-of-day
(TOD) battery
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Secondary service
Un-P1-C1-E1
processor time-of-day
(TOD) battery
See System parts.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
TOPORT
The 12X adapter or controller on one end of the link might be the failing item.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
If you were sent to this procedure as a result of a B700 6985 SRC, and this is the only FRU in the FRU
list, the following conditions have occurred:
v The system cannot see any I/O expansion units on a 12X loop
v At least one cable is attached to a port on that loop
In this case, go to Reference codes and look up SRC B700 6985 and work from the full FRU list provided
there.
Note: The other end of the link might be given in the symbolic FRU FRPORT.
Complete the following steps to find the failing 12X adapter:
1. Record the bus number (BBBB) in word 7 of the reference code. See Analyzing a 12X or PCI bus
reference code.
2. Use one of the following procedures to find the failing 12X adapter:
v Finding the failing 12X adapter using IBM i operating system
v Finding the failing 12X adapter using AIX or Linux
v Finding the failing 12X adapter using the HMC
Finding the failing 12X adapter by using IBM i operating system
1. Sign on to SST or DST if you have not already done so.
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2. Select Start a service tool > Hardware service manager > Logical hardware resources > High-speed
link (HSL) resources.
3. Select Include non-reporting resources then click Display detail for the 12X loop that you want to
examine. The loop number is the number from word 7 of the reference code above.
4. The display that appears shows the port status of the Network Interface Controller (NIC) for the
loop that you selected. Record the resource name, type-model, and serial number.
5. If the status of the "Leading port to next resource" is operational, select Follow Leading Port. Repeat
this action until the status changes to failed. Does the resource name ever match the one recorded in
the previous step?
v Yes: You have traveled around the loop and did not find a failed link. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
6. When the status is failed, you have found the from port. Since you are looking for "TOPORT", select
Follow Leading Port one more time, which moves to the to port.
7. Record the following information of this resource:
a. Resource name, card type and model, and part number
b. Link status of each port (make sure to note if a port is designated as internal)
8. Select Cancel to return to the Work with High-speed link (HSL) resources display.
9. For the loop with the failure, select Resources associated with loop.
10. For the 12X I/O bridge with the resource name that you recorded, select Associated packaging
resources.
11. Select Display detail and record the location for the first failing resource.
12. Replace this FRU using the table below to determine the failing FRU part number. This ends the
procedure.
Finding the failing 12X adapter by using AIX or Linux
1. Determine on which 12X loop the failing adapter is located. Refer to Converting the loop number to
12X port location labels.
2. Identify each unit in the loop by following the cable.
3. Power down the system and remove all expansion units in the loop that starts and ends at the ports
given in the previous step.
4. Power on the system to partition standby and check for the same SRC that sent you here. Did the
SRC reoccur?
v No: Power down the system and add the next unit in the original loop. Repeat this step.
v Yes: If there are no expansion units in the loop, replace the controller on the system unit.
Otherwise, the 12X adapter in the last I/O unit added is possibly the failing item. Use the table
below to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU). This ends the procedure.
Finding the failing 12X adapter by using the management console
1. If you are using the Hardware Management Console, perform the following steps:
a. From the HMC, expand Systems Management > Servers.
b. Select the server on which you are working, expand Hardware Information, and click View
RIO-12X Topology.
c. In the Current Topology area, scroll down until you find data for the 12X loop number with which
you are working.
If you are using the Systems Director Management Console (SDMC), perform the following steps:
a. From the SDMC, select the server on the Resources page.
b. Click Actions > Hardware Information > View Hardware Topology.
c. Click Actions, and select Hardware Information to view the RIO-12X topology.
d. Scroll down until you find data for the 12X loop number with which you are working.
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2. Each line in that 12X loop represents a 12X adapter or controller. Find the first one with a "Trailing
Port Status" of failed. Replace the failing adapter or controller. Use the following table to determine
the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
2BDA
8202-E4B, 8205-E6B
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C8
2BDA
8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C8
2BDB
8231-E2B
See System parts.
4X adapter
Un-P1-C1, Un-P1-C7
2B4D
8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
1817
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C8
52B4
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-P1-C7
2B65
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2BB9
9117-MMB,
9179-MHB
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B59
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC, or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P2
2B62
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
2BBD
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
2BC3
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Dual-port 12X
adapter
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C3
295B
9119-FHB
See System parts.
12X adapter
Un-Py-C39,
Un-Py-C40,
Un-Py-C41,
Un-Py-C44
Note: y = 2 - 9
520A
5796
See System parts.
Dual-port 12X
interposer or riser
Un-P1-C7
520B
5796
See System parts.
Dual-port 12X
interposer or riser
Un-P1-C7
520C
5796
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
12X cables
Un-P1-Ty
5803, 5873
See System parts.
12X cables
Un-P1-Ty, Un-P2-Ty
This ends the procedure.
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TPMD_OV
The thermal power management firmware has detected that the system is operating without power
supply redundancy.
The maximum power limit for the operational power supply has been reached and action has been taken
to reduce power consumption. A power-related SRC might or might not have been logged.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
Complete the following steps.
1. Check the error log for power-related SRCs (1xxx yyyy). Did you find a power-related SRC?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Resolve the problem using the power-related SRC. This ends the procedure.
2. Replace the power supply. If there are two power supplies, check the LEDs on the power supplies
(see PWRSPLY for descriptions of the LEDs and their meaning). If the LEDs indicate that one of the
power supplies is failing, replace it first. If the LEDs do not indicate a failure, replace the power
supplies one at a time. Did replacing power supplies resolve the problem?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: This ends the procedure.
3. Replace the TPMD card. This ends the procedure.
TWRBKPL
The failing item is the backplane in an expansion unit.
1. Are you working from the serviceable event view and a card location is listed with this failing item?
Yes: Then the listed card location is where the error is located. Continue with the next step.
No: Record the bus number value, BBBB, in word 7 of the reference code (see DSA translation).
Search for the bus number in the management console's or operating system's resource and
configuration interfaces or the system configuration listing to determine which unit contains the
failing item. Continue with the next step.
2. The failing item is built into the I/O backplane of the I/O unit. Use the following table to determine
the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
v
v
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
50A2
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
50A2
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
520C
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
TWRCARD
An SPCN card might be failing.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
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The SPCN card can be on either an adapter style card or integrated on the system backplane or an I/O
backplane in an attached I/O expansion unit.
Complete the following steps to service this FRU:
1. Is the system reference code (SRC) 1xxx00AD?
v No: Go to step 3.
v Yes: The 1xxx00AD SRC might be caused by the service processor being intentionally reset. An
intentional reset is caused by an action such as a pin hole reset, ASMI menu selection, or part
replacement. An intentional reset requires no service action. If your system produced the 1xxx00AD
SRC and an intentional reset was not the cause, use the following table to determine the part
number of the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
9125-F2C
1. DCCAs (replace
one at a time)
1. Un-P1-C147,
Un-P1-C148
2. System backplane
2. Un-P1
See System parts.
2. Is the system reference code (SRC) 1xxx5000?
v No: Continue to the next step.
v Yes:
– For SRC 1xxx5000, perform one of the following options:
- For models 8233-E8B and 8236-E8C, replace the system backplane. Use the following table to
determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
- For models 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD, replace the
service processor card in the top drawer of a multiple-drawer system. Use the following table
to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
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Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
– For SRC 1xxx5001:
- For models 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD, replace the
service processor card in the second drawer of a multiple-drawer system. Use the following
table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
3. Verify that all cables are seated correctly.
4. Examine the location code of this FRU in the serviceable event view you are working with to
determine the unit's type and model. Is the failing SPCN component in the system unit?
v No: Go to step 6.
v Yes:
– For models 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D, 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D, the SPCN component is part of the system backplane. Replace
the system backplane. Use the following table to determine the part number for the
field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
– For models 8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, replace the service processor card. Use the following table to
determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
Location code
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
– For models 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD, replace the
service processor card in the top drawer of a multiple-drawer system. Use the following table to
determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
5. Does the reference code still occur?
v No: This ends the procedure.
v Yes:
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– For a model 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D, 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C, 8231-E2D, 8233-E8B, 8236-E8C, contact your next level of support. This
ends the procedure.
– On a model 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD, replace the
midplane. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field-replaceable unit
(FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Midplane
Un-P1
6. The failing SPCN component is in an I/O expansion drawer. Use the following table to determine the
part number for the field-replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5796, 7314-G30
41L6022
SPCN card
Un-P1-C8
1519
42R4468
Integrated xSeries
adapter
5802, 5877
See System parts.
The SPCN
components are part
of the EMC card.
Replace the EMC
card.
Un-P2
This ends the procedure.
TWRPLNR
This symbolic FRU represents the backplane in an I/O expansion unit.
1. Are you working from the serviceable event view and a card location is listed with this failing item,
or do you already know the unit or feature type where the failure is?
v Yes: The listed card location is where the error is located. Continue with the next step.
v No: Record the bus number value, BBBB, in word 7 of the reference code. Word 7 of the reference
code allows you to determine the correct bus number, bus type, multiadapter bridge number,
multiadapter bridge function number, and logical card number from the Direct Select Address
(DSA). See DSA translation. Continue with the next step.
2. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
5802, 5877
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
5803, 5873
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1, Un-P2
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
This ends the procedure.
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UC235
The problem might be that the card (a resource) was removed from the card enclosure without updating
the system configuration records.
Note: If the system has OptiConnect, verify that the remote system was powered on at the time of the
failure.
To update the system configuration records select Hardware System Manager > Logical Hardware
Resources > System Bus Resources > Non-reporting Resources > Remove.
This ends the procedure.
UC236
The problem might be that the card (a resource) is not correctly plugged into the card enclosure.
Use the location information associated with this failing component in the service action log entry and
verify that the card is installed properly.
UG3LB
Communications problem analysis has completed successfully.
The results have been recorded in the problem log. You can keep this information for future reference, or
you can delete the problem record using the delete problem (DLTPRB) command. The problem record
can also be deleted by selecting option 4 from the work with problem display for the problem.
If you choose to keep the problem information, you can run the procedure again by selecting option 8 to
work with the problem.
This ends the procedure.
UG3AS
An error has been detected in the licensed internal code.
Contact your next level of support for possible corrective actions.
UJ0E2
The problem has been isolated to the remote data terminal equipment.
Local System
.----------.
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Remote Data
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Terminal
|
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Local Modem
Remote Modem
Equipment
|
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.-----------.
.-----------.
.----------.
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+----+
+------//------+
+----+
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’-----------’
’-----------’
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’----------’
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^
^
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’----------’
The problem is here.
UJ0E3
The problem has been isolated to the local modem or the hardware that links to the remote end.
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Local System
.----------.
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Remote System
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Local Modem
Remote Modem
or Controller
|
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.-----------.
.-----------.
.----------.
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+----+
+------//------+
+----+
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’-----------’
’-----------’
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^
^
^
’----------’
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^
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’----------’
--------------- The problem is here------------------
UJ0E6
The problem has been isolated to the remote modem, or the remote system or controller.
Local System
.----------.
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Remote System
|
|
Local Modem
Remote Modem
or Controller
|
|
.-----------.
.------ ----.
.----------.
|
+----+
+------//------+
+----+
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’-----------’
’------ ----’
|
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^
’----------’
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^
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’----------’
The problem is here.
UJ0E7
The problem has been isolated to the telephone line equipment that links the local and the remote
equipment.
Local System
Remote System
or Controller
.----------.
.----------.
|
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Local Modem
Remote Modem
|
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.-----------.
.-----------.
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+----+
+------//------+
+----+
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’-----------’ ^
^ ’-----------’
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’----------’
The problem is here.
’----------’
UJ0E9
The problem has been isolated to the X.25 network.
Local System
.----------.
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Remote
|
|
X.25 Network
System
|
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.---------------------.
.----------.
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+------------+
+------------+
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’---------------------’
’----------’
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^
^
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The problem is here.
UJ6P3
An error occurred in the Facsimile Support/400 licensed program.
Please contact your next level of support for possible corrective actions.
Find additional information on Facsimile Support for iSeries in the Facsimile Support for AS/400 User's
Guide.
UJ9GC
The configuration for the wireless network has been identified as a cause of the problem.
The following parameters must be the same for the entire network:
v Frequency
v Data rate
v Radio system identifier
The configuration for one or more of the following will need to be changed:
v IBM i line description
v Access points
v Remote devices
UJA32
The communication line or the automatic call unit is already being used.
Complete the following actions:
1. Use the documentation that came with your automatic call unit to verify that the unit is configured
correctly.
2. Make sure that the telephone line attached to your automatic call unit is not being used by another
job.
This ends the procedure.
UJA33
The problem can be caused by too many active lines using the same input/output processor (IOP) or by
setting the line speed too high.
Complete the following to find which active lines use the same IOP, and to correct the problem:
1. Vary off the failing line using the VRYCFG command.
2. Vary the line on again, with the reset option of the VRYCFG command set to Yes. The active lines that
use the IOP will be displayed with their line speeds.
3. Determine whether there are too many lines using the IOP, or whether the line speeds are too high.
4. Correct the configuration as needed.
This ends the procedure.
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UJA34
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The line configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be changed by using the
WRKLIND command. Determine whether the suspected configuration parameter is wrong and change if
necessary.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UJA35
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
synchronous data link control (SDLC) controller description with the DSPCTLD command.
The controller description was created by the CRTCTLAPPC, CRTCTLFNC, CRTCTLHOST, or
CRTCTLRWS command. You might need to review the appropriate command information to determine
whether the configuration parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UJA36
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
X.25 line description with the DSPLIND command.
The line description was created by the CRTLINX25 command. You might need to review the appropriate
command information to determine whether the configuration parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UJB35
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
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To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
binary synchronous line description with the DSPLIND command.
The line description was created by the CRTLINBSC command. You might need to review the
appropriate command information to determine whether the configuration parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UJB36
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
binary synchronous control unit description with the DSPCTLD command.
The controller description was created by the CRTCTLBSC command. You might need to review the
appropriate command information to determine whether the configuration parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UJB37
A configuration problem occurred.
The problem might be caused by too many jobs running at the same time.
To display all active jobs, and the system resources being used by the jobs, use the display active job
command (WRKACTJOB).
To display how the system is being used and how the system memory is allocated, use the display
system status command (WRKSYSSTS).
You might need to cancel some jobs or wait until some jobs complete before you run your
communications job.
This ends the procedure.
UJC35
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
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The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
IDLC line description with the DSPLINID command.
The line description was created by the CRTLINASC command. You might need to review the
CRTLINASC command information to determine whether the configuration parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you see this temporary
change.
UJC36
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
asynchronous control unit description with the DSPCTLD command.
The control unit description was created by the CRTCTLASC command. You might need to review the
CRTCTLASC command information to determine whether the suspected configuration parameter is
wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you see this temporary
change.
UJC37
A configuration problem occurred.
Verify that the configuration parameters for your asynchronous equipment are correct by performing the
following actions:
v Display the line description with the DSPLIND command (created by the CRTLINASC command).
v Display the controller description with the DSPCTLD command (created by the CRTCTLASC
command).
v Display the remote device description with the DSPDEVD command (created by the CRTDEVASC
command).
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct.
Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary change.
This ends the procedure.
UJC38
The communications line or the automatic call unit is already being used.
Complete the following actions:
v Use the documentation that came with your automatic call unit to verify that the unit is configured
correctly.
v Make sure that the telephone line attached to your automatic call unit is not being used by another job.
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This ends the procedure.
UJE31
There might be a problem with the Token-Ring Network Manager program.
Contact the token-ring administrator responsible for your network.
UJE32
There might be a problem with the Token-Ring Network Management function.
Contact the token-ring administrator responsible for your network.
UJE33
The token-ring adapter returned status information because it has received a beacon frame from the
token-ring network.
The line is still operational; however, if this problem occurs often it could be because of electrical noise on
the network. To learn more about electrical requirements and noise problem considerations, see Site
preparation and physical planning.
UJE34
The error message might have been logged from a temporary error that is not caused by equipment
failure.
This type of error message sometimes contains information about system performance. See the original
system message for cause and recovery information about the error.
UJE35
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
local area network line description with the DSPLIND command.
The line description was created by the CRTLINTRN, CRTLINETH, or CRTLINDDI command. You might
need to review the appropriate command information to determine whether the configuration parameter
is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily resolved by changing the configuration parameter, even if
the original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this
temporary change.
UJE36
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
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The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
local area network control unit description with the DSPCTLD command.
The controller description was created by the CRTCTLAPPC, CRTCTLHOST, or CRTCTLRWS command.
You might need to review the appropriate command information to determine whether the configuration
parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UJE37
The problem might be at the remote site.
Complete the following steps:
1. Ask the remote site operator to verify the following items:
v The remote equipment is powered on and ready.
v The configuration values are correct.
v The local area network cables are securely connected and are not damaged.
2. If the problem continues, run all available diagnostic tests on the remote equipment and perform the
repair action specified.
This ends the procedure.
UJE38
Too many jobs are running that use the communications controller.
Before you can run your communications job, you must perform one or more of the following actions:
v End any diagnostic program that might be running, such as the Communications Trace Program.
v Vary off a line that is using the controller.
v Lower the speed of a line that uses the controller.
Complete the following steps to determine which lines are using the controller:
1. Vary off the failing line using the VRYCFG command.
2. Vary the line on again, with the reset option of the VRYCFG command set to Yes. The names of the
lines using the controller will be displayed.
This ends the procedure.
UJE39
The problem might be at the remote site.
Complete the following steps:
1. Ask the remote site operator to verify the following items:
v The remote equipment is powered on and ready.
v The configuration values are correct.
2. If the problem continues, run all available diagnostic tests on the remote equipment and perform the
repair action specified.
This ends the procedure.
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UJE40
The problem might be at the remote site or on the network media.
Complete the following steps:
1. Ask the remote site operator to verify the following items:
v The remote equipment is powered on and ready.
v The configuration values are correct.
v The local area network cables are securely connected and are not damaged.
2. If the problem continues, run all available diagnostic tests on the remote equipment and perform the
repair action specified.
This ends the procedure.
UJJ35
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
X.25 line description with the DSPLIND command.
The line description was created by the CRTLINX25 command. You might need to review the appropriate
command information to determine whether the configuration parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UJJ36
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
X.25 control unit description with the DSPCTLD command.
The controller description was created by the CRTCTLAPPC, CRTCTLFNC, CRTCTLHOST, CRTCTLRWS,
or CRTCTLASC command. You might need to review the appropriate command information to determine
whether the configuration parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UJJ37
The error message might have been logged from a temporary error that is not caused by equipment
failure.
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This type of error message sometimes contains information about system performance. See the original
system message for cause and recovery information about the error.
UJJ38
A user specified X.25 facility, such as packet size, window size, reverse charging, or closed user group,
might not have been correctly assigned.
UJJ39
Look here for information about UJJ39 symbolic FRU.
Refer to the "Configure your iSeries server for communications" information.
UJP37
A configuration problem occurred.
The problem might be caused by one of the following items:
v Too many active lines are using the same I/O processor (IOP).
v The line speeds are set too high.
To find the lines using the same IOP, perform the following steps:
1. Vary off the failing line (VRYCFG command).
2. Vary the line back on, with the reset option of the VRYCFG command set to Yes.
3. The active lines using that IOP will be displayed with their line speeds. Determine whether there are
too many lines using the IOP, or whether the line speeds are set too high. Correct the configuration as
needed.
This ends the procedure.
UKN572F
A storage adapter might be failing.
The system could not determine the part number of the 572F storage adapter. The type and model of the
system unit or expansion unit can be used to determine the part number. Using the resource name logged
with this error and hardware service manager, determine the physical location of the solid state drive.
Then use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
572F
5791, 5794, 5797, and
5798 expansion units
44V7627
572F storage adapter
Un-Px-Cx
572F
All other system units 44V8622
and expansion units
572F storage adapter
Un-Px-Cx
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
UKN58B0
A 69 GB solid state drive might be failing.
The system could not determine whether the solid state drive is a 2.5 inch 69 GB solid state drive or a 3.5
inch 69 GB solid state drive. The type and model of the system unit or expansion unit can be used to
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determine the part number. Using the resource name logged with this error and hardware service
manager, determine the physical location of the solid state drive. Then use the following table to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
58B0
8233-E8B and
8236-E8C system
units with device
backplane
type/feature 2A16 or
2A39
44V6821
2.5 inch 69 GB solid
state drive
Un-Px-Dx
58B0
All other system units 44V6819
and expansion units
3.5 inch 69 GB solid
state drive
Un-Px-Dx
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
ULNZ3
The problem might be a communications line problem.
When a workstation is attached to the system through modems, it might fail or lose communication with
the system for various lengths of time. This is due to a communications line problem. Refer to the
modem service information to determine how to test the modems and verify that the communications
line between the modems is working correctly.
ULNZ4
Independent workstation and SDLC support.
The system considers an independent workstation to be an attached remote system when it is attached
using PC Support asynchronous communications on an ASCII workstation controller. See the ASCII Work
Station Reference, SA41-3130-00 information for instructions on how to verify that the remote system
(independent workstation) that is attached to the failing port is a supported device. See the device
hardware maintenance and service information for instructions on how to verify that the device is
working correctly.
UNM31
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
ISDN network interface description with the DSPNWIISDN command.
The line description was created by the CRTNWIISDN command. You might need to review the
appropriate command information to determine whether the configuration parameter is wrong.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
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UNM32
The licensed internal code of the communications I/O card cannot obtain a necessary resource because of
a heavy workload.
This can be caused by too many configured stations, too many users, maximum inbound or outbound
data sizes, as well as other considerations.
Try to reduce the total workload on the communications I/O controller card by performing one of the
following options:
v Change the communications configuration
v Vary off any unused lines
v End any service functions that are not needed
UNM35
There could be a problem at the remote U interface, between the NT1 node and the Integrated Services
Digital Network (ISDN).
This interface is a 2-wire connection between the NT1 node and the ISDN. Contact your ISDN provider
and have them verify the proper operation of the interface.
UNM36
There might be a problem in the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN).
Contact your ISDN service provider and report the problem
UNM38
The required program temporary fix (PTF) is not installed.
To use the specified network type, you must first install a PTF. If the PTF has not been previously
installed, install it and try the operation again.
UNP20
The internal code of the I/O card that detected the error might be defective.
Complete the following steps:
1. Replace the suspected card.
2. If the failure occurs again, contact your next level of support and report the problem.
This ends the procedure.
UNU01
Electrical noise in the local environment can cause performance degradation or loss of an ISDN
communications link.
Motors, electrical devices, power cables, communications cables, radio transmitters, and magnetic devices
can cause noise or electrical interference.
Complete the following steps:
1. Inspect ISDN cables or wiring located near a source of possible noise or electrical interference.
2. Inspect ISDN cables for damage, incorrect connections, or loose connections.
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3. Consult your local ISDN network provider or service representative for assistance in correcting the
problem.
This ends the procedure.
UNU02
The problem might be at the remote location.
Complete the following steps:
1. Have the remote site operator verify that the remote equipment is powered on and ready, and that the
remote configuration values are correct and compatible with the local configuration.
2. If the problem continues, determine whether data is being transferred over the remote ISDN interface.
This can be done by either using a communications trace (STRSST), or attaching a protocol analyzer to
the line.
v If a line trace reveals that no data is being transferred, run hardware and diagnostic tests on the
remote equipment.
v If data is crossing the ISDN interface, analyze the failing protocol procedures to determine which
configuration parameters to change. Consult your service representative for help with this analysis.
This ends the procedure.
UNU31
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
IDLC line description with the DSPLINIDLC command.
The line description was created by the CRTLINIDLC command. You might need to review the
appropriate command information to determine whether the configuration parameter is incorrect.
Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UNU32
A configuration parameter might be incorrect.
To determine the configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem, search for the error
in the service action log and display the failing item information for the error. The failing item
description associated with this symbolic FRU identifies the parameter that might be the problem.
The configuration parameter that was identified as a possible problem can be verified by displaying the
IDLC controller description with the DSPCTLD command.
The controller description was created by the CRTCTLHOST, CRTCTLAPPC, or CRTCTLRWS command.
You might need to review the appropriate command information to determine whether the configuration
parameter is incorrect.
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Some software problems can be temporarily solved by changing the configuration parameter, even if the
original value was correct. Report this problem to your service representative if you use this temporary
change.
UPLF1
The system might not have been able to complete the Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) session
initiation due to the number of jobs that were active when the timeout occurred.
The timeout condition could have been caused by a system performance problem. System performance
could be impacted by the capacity of the system. System performance can also be impacted by processing
requests from other systems in the network.
UPLF2
A request was sent to one or more systems in the network, but the local system did not receive the
response in the allotted time.
The timeout might be caused by a network performance problem. Possible causes for network
performance problems are:
v Network congestion
v Capacity of some systems in the network exceeded
v Software problem in one or more systems might have caused the requests to be lost
Contact the remote operators to determine whether any software problems related to Advanced
Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) have been reported. Take any steps necessary to correct the problem.
This ends the procedure.
UPLF3
A timeout condition might have occurred because the system was not able to activate a switched link to a
remote control point.
A possible cause is that a message was issued to the QSYSOPR message queue that pertains to the
controller description selected by Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN). However, no response to
the message was provided.
This timeout also might have occurred because a previous session initiation request for the same local
location, remote location, and mode name failed during the switched link activation.
This ends the procedure.
UPLF4
The session initiation attempt might have failed because of a route selection problem.
Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) transmission groups and nodes with acceptable
class-of-service characteristics might need to be activated in the intermediate routing portion of the
network.
If the operating systems involved are IBM i operating systems, this might require varying on line
descriptions and controller descriptions in the network. It might also indicate that one or more
communication lines between some of the systems in the network are not operating.
This ends the procedure.
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UPLF5
The session initiation attempt might have failed because of a route selection problem.
The available nodes and transmission groups in the Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) topology
might be unacceptable for the class-of-service being requested. A possible solution is to select a different
class-of-service for the session initiation request so that the existing network topology is considered
acceptable.
The class-of-service used for the session initiation requests in an IBM i operating system is specified in
the mode description. Have the user select a mode description that specifies an acceptable
class-of-service, or change the mode description so that it specifies an acceptable class-of-service.
This ends the procedure.
UPLF6
The session initiation attempt might have failed because of a route selection problem.
Transmission groups and nodes with acceptable class-of-service characteristics might need to be defined
in the intermediate routing portion of the network. It is suggested that the correct documentation be
referenced to determine how to define nodes and transmission groups with acceptable class-of-service
characteristics.
This ends the procedure.
UPSUNIT
The uninterruptible power supply (UPS) might be the failing component.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the problem that the system has a UPS reference code, but the UPS does not have a fault code?
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Go to step 3.
2. Remove the UPS signal cable from the system connector. Does the system report a UPS reference code
now?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the following, one at a time, until the problem is resolved. Use the following table to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FCC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
(SPCN function for
the system unit)
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CCIN or FCC
Type and model
Part number
UPS
Description
Location code
Remote power
controller (RPC)
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and
replacement procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model
number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your
system. This ends the procedure.
3. Complete the following steps:
a. Verify the UPS signal cable, between the UPS and the system, is connected and seated properly.
b. Have the customer call the UPS provider for service if a problem is found.
c. Call service support if the problem is not resolved after the UPS is verified as working correctly.
This ends the procedure.
USB_CBL
The USB cable or the USB connection between the I/O adapter (IOA) and the device might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is a location code available in the serviceable event view for this field-replaceable unit (FRU)?
Yes:
Determine the location of the port by removing -Lx from the location code. Replace any USB
cables or extension cables at the port location. If there are no USB cables or extension cables,
replace any hardware that connects the IOA to the device. For more information, see Part
locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find additional
location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends the
procedure.
No:
Continue with the next step.
2. Use the USB_DEV symbolic FRU to determine the location of the USB port that the external USB
docking station is attached to. Replace any USB cables or extension cables at the port location. If there
are no USB cables or extension cables, replace any hardware that connects the IOA to the device. For
more information, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number
to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This
ends the procedure.
USB_DEV
The USB device might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Does the location in the service action log for this field-replaceable unit end with -Cx or -Dx?
Yes:
Replace the USB device at the location indicated. For more information, see Part locations and
location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find additional location codes,
part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends the procedure.
No:
Continue with the next step.
2. Was the serviceable event logged by the adapter resource?
Yes:
Use the USBPORT symbolic FRU to determine the location of the USB port that the device is
attached to. Replace the device at the port location. For more information, see Part locations
and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find additional location
codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends the procedure.
No:
Continue with the next step.
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3. Find the product activity log for the system reference code (SRC) by completing the following steps:
a. Select System Service Tools (SST).
If you cannot get to SST, select DST.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Note: Do not perform an IPL of the system to get to DST.
In the Service Tools display, select Start a service tool.
In the Start a Service Tool display, select Product activity log.
In the Product Activity Log display, select Analyze log.
In the Select Subsystem Data display, select All Logs.
Note: If the SRC you are using occurred more than 24 hours ago, change the from and to dates
and times from the 24-hour default.
f. Use the defaults on the Select Analysis Report Options display by pressing Enter.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
g. Find the entry in the product activity log that matches the SRC.
Select the Display Detail Report on the Resource display.
Press F6 (Hexadecimal report) to display the hexadecimal information of the product activity log.
Look for the first occurrence of 0A77 in the hexadecimal data between offset 00019E and the end of the
hexadecimal data.
Record the hexadecimal digit that immediately follows the 0A77 digits. This is the logical USB port
number.
Use the following table to determine the physical USB port location. Replace the device at the port
location. For more information, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and
model number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your
system.
Type and model
Logical USB port number
Physical USB port location
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
1
Un-P1-T5
2
Un-P1-T6
3
Un-D1-T1
4
Un-P1-D2
1
Un-P1-T7
2
Un-P1-T8
3
Un-D1-T1
4
Un-P1-D2
1
Un-P1-T3
2
Un-P1-T4
3
Un-D1-T1
1
Un-P2-C8-T5
2
Un-P2-C8-T6
3
Un-D1-T1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC
This ends the procedure.
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USB_IOA
The USB I/O adapter (IOA) might be failing.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is the IOA location available in the service action log?
Yes:
Replace the USB IOA at the location indicated. For more information, see Part locations and
location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find additional location codes,
part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends the procedure.
No:
Continue with the next step.
2. Record the first 4 characters of word 7 in the service action log. This is the bus number. Go to Card
positions and use the bus number to determine the IOA location.
Replace the USB IOA at the location indicated. For more information, see Part locations and location
codes.
Select your machine type and model number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or
replacement procedures for your system. This ends the procedure.
USBPORT
There is a problem associated with the USB port.
Complete the following steps:
1. Is a location code available in the serviceable event view for this field-replaceable unit (FRU)?
Yes:
Move or replace USB devices at the location indicated. For more information, see Part
locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find additional
location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system. This ends the
procedure.
No:
Continue with the next step.
2. Was the serviceable event logged by the adapter resource?
Yes:
Continue with the next step.
No:
Contact your next level of support. This ends the procedure.
3. Find the product activity log for the system reference code (SRC) by completing the following steps:
a. Select System Service Tools (SST).
If you cannot get to SST, select DST.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Note: Do not perform an IPL of the system to get to DST.
In the Service Tools display, select Start a service tool.
In the Start a Service Tool display, select Product activity log.
In the Product Activity Log display, select Analyze log.
In the Select Subsystem Data display, select All Logs.
Note: If the SRC you are using occurred more than 24 hours ago, change the from and to dates
and times from the 24-hour default.
f. Use the defaults on the Select Analysis Report Options display by pressing Enter.
g. Find the entry in the product activity log that matches the SRC.
4. Select Display Detail Report on the Resource display.
5. Press F6 (Hexadecimal report) to display the hexadecimal information of the product activity log.
6. Look for the first occurrence of D7C1E3C8 in the hexadecimal data between offset 000180 and the end
of the hexadecimal data. D7C1E3C8 will be displayed as PATH in the EBCDIC text column.
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7. Record the 2 hexadecimal digits that immediately follow the D7C1E3C8 digits. This is the logical USB
port number.
8. Use the following table to determine the physical USB port location. Move or replace USB devices at
the location indicated. For more information, see Part locations and location codes. Select your
machine type and model number to find additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement
procedures for your system.
Type and model
Logical USB port number
Physical USB port location
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D
01
Un-P1-T5
02
Un-P1-T6
03
Un-D1-T1
04
Un-P1-D2
01
Un-P1-T7
02
Un-P1-T8
03
Un-D1-T1
04
Un-P1-D2
01
Un-P1-T3
02
Un-P1-T4
03
Un-D1-T1
01
Un-P2-C8-T5
02
Un-P2-C8-T6
03
Un-D1-T1
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D,
8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9179-MHB,
9179-MHC
This ends the procedure.
USER
A system operator error or user error occurred.
See the system operator information.
UX201
The printer definition table might be causing the problem.
See the original system message for cause and recovery information about the error.
UX202
A problem was detected while downloading a device Licensed Internal Code change to the device.
See the original system message for cause and recovery information about the error.
UY1Z1
There might be a cable problem.
Problems that are associated with noise might cause a workstation to fail or lose communication with the
system for various lengths of time. A motor or any device that is a source of electrical radiation might
cause noise or electrical interference. The following are common causes for noise problems:
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v The cables are located near a source of electrical interference.
v The cables are loose, damaged, or not correctly connected.
UY1Z2
This error might occur if you attempted to activate more workstations than the amount allowed.
Perform one of the following to correct the problem:
v Turn off the power for the workstation that caused the error, or connect the workstation to a different
controller.
v Turn off the power for a different workstation that is connected to the same workstation controller.
See the local workstation diagrams for the physical location of workstations.
This ends the procedure.
UY1Z3
This error might be caused by a workstation that is connected to the port.
1. Complete the following steps:
a. Turn off the power for one workstation on the port
b. Check if the other workstations operate correctly.
c. Repeat this for each workstation on the port.
d. The workstation that causes the problem is the one that is turned off when the others are working
correctly.
e. If you did not find the problem, continue with the next step.
2. Complete the following steps:
a. Turn off the power for all workstations on the port.
b. Turn on one workstation to check if it works when all other workstations are turned off.
c. Repeat this for each workstation on the port. The workstation that causes the problem is the one
that works when all other workstations are turned off.
This ends the procedure.
UY1Z4
An error occurred with the pass-through command between the workstation controller and the
workstation.
A failure in the Licensed Internal Code in either the workstation or the workstation controller causes this
type of error.
UY1Z5
The communication between the workstation controller and a workstation was interrupted during an
active session.
Possible causes include:
v The power for the workstation was turned off and then turned on.
v A temporary loss of power to the workstation occurred.
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VIOSLOG
Correct any serviceable events in the Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) logical partition that is hosting the I/O
devices that reported the problem. If the problem in the client logical partition persists, continue with the
next failing item in the failing item list.
VIRTDRV
A virtual device problem was detected in the guest partition. Resolve any storage errors that are reported
in the serviceable event view of the host partition.
VPDPART
Look here for information about VPDPART symbolic FRU.
If you need additional information for failing part numbers, location codes, or removal and replacement
procedures, see Part locations and location codes. Select your machine type and model number to find
additional location codes, part numbers, or replacement procedures for your system.
1. Is the reference code 1xxx8402?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Prior to exchanging any parts, verify that the processors cards are installed. If you are in test
mode and have removed all of the processor cards, disregard this reference code. Otherwise,
verify that the processor cards are installed correctly. If the processor cards are installed correctly,
replace the service processor card (in certain systems, the service processor function is built into
the system backplane). Use the following table to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit (FRU).
Note: If the reference code is associated with an I/O expansion unit, replace the I/O backplane in
the I/O expansion unit.
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD,
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Service processor
card
Un-P1-C1
9119-FHB
See System parts.
System controllers
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C5
9125-F2C
See System parts.
DCCAs
Un-P1-C147,
Un-P1-C148
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
This ends the procedure.
2. Is the reference code 1xxx8409?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: No processor cards or memory DIMMs are installed. If you are in test mode and have
removed all of the processor cards or memory DIMMs, disregard this reference code. Otherwise,
correct the processor cards:
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– 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D, 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D: If the processor modules and memory DIMMs are installed correctly,
replace both processor modules. If that does not correct the problem, replace all of the memory
cards. See System parts. to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit. This ends
the procedure.
– 8233-E8B, 8236-E8C: If the processor cards and memory DIMMs are installed correctly, replace
all processor cards. See System parts to determine the part number for the field replaceable
unit. This ends the procedure.
– 9119-FHB: Replace the processor book that reported the SRC. This ends the procedure.
– 9125-F2C: Replace the system board at location Un-P1. This ends the procedure.
3. Is the error related to a processor book in a 9119-FHB?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Use the reference code in the following table to find the FRU.
Reference code
Action
1xxx84x0 (where x is not equal to 0)
Replace the node book at location Un-P9. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit. This ends the procedure.
1xxx84x1
Replace the node book at location Un-P5. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit. This ends the procedure.
1xxx84x2
Replace the node book at location Un-P6. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit. This ends the procedure.
1xxx84x3
Replace the node book at location Un-P2. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit. This ends the procedure.
1xxx84x4
Replace the node book at location Un-P7. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit. This ends the procedure.
1xxx84x5
Replace the node book at location Un-P8. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit. This ends the procedure.
1xxx84x6
Replace the node book at location Un-P3. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit. This ends the procedure.
1xxx84x7
Replace the node book at location Un-P4. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit. This ends the procedure.
4. Is the reference code 1xxx8413, 1xxx8414, 1xxx8415, or 1xxx8416?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Use the reference code in the following table to find the FRU.
– 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D, 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D:
Reference code
Action
1xxx8413
Replace processor module 1 at location Un-P1-C11. See
System parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit.
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Reference code
Action
1xxx8414
Replace processor module 2 at location Un-P1-C10. See
System parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
– 8231-E2B:
Reference code
Action
1xxx8413
Replace processor module 1 at location Un-P1-C10. See
System parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit.
1xxx8414
Replace processor module 2 at location Un-P1-C9. See
System parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
– 8233-E8B and 8236-E8C:
Reference code
Action
1xxx8413
Replace processor card 1. See System parts to determine
the part number for the field replaceable unit.
1xxx8414
Replace processor card 2. See System parts to determine
the part number for the field replaceable unit.
1xxx8415
Replace processor card 3. See System parts to determine
the part number for the field replaceable unit.
1xxx8416
Replace processor card 4. See System parts to determine
the part number for the field replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
– 8408-E8D, 9109-RMD:
Reference code
Action
1xxx8413
Replace system processor module 1 at location
Un-P3-C12. See System parts to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit.
1xxx8414
Replace system processor module 2 at location
Un-P3-C17. See System parts to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit.
1xxx8415
Replace system processor module 3 at location
Un-P3-C13 See System parts to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit.
1xxx8416
Replace system processor module 4 at location
Un-P3-C16. See System parts to determine the part
number for the field replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
– 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD:
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Reference code
Action
1xxx8413
Replace the processor card at location Un-P3. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit.
1xxx8414
Replace the processor card at location Un-P3. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
5. Is the reference code 1xxx8423?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Use the reference code in the following table to find the FRU part number.
– 8202-E4B, 8202-E4C, 8202-E4D, 8205-E6B, 8205-E6C, 8205-E6D, 8231-E2B, 8231-E1C, 8231-E1D,
8231-E2C, 8231-E2D:
Reference code
Action
1xxx8423
Replace processor module 1 at location Un-P1-C11. If this
replacement does not fix the problem, replace the system
backplane at location Un-P1. See System parts to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
– 8231-E2B:
Reference code
Action
1xxx8423
Replace processor module 1 at location Un-P1-C10. If this
replacement does not fix the problem, replace the system
backplane at location Un-P1. See System parts to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
– 8233-E8B and 8236-E8C:
Reference code
Action
1xxx8423
Replace processor card 1. If this replacement does not fix
the problem, replace the system backplane. See System
parts to determine the part number for the field
replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
– 8408-E8D, 9109-RMD:
Reference code
Action
1xxx8423
Replace the system processor assembly at location Un-P3.
If this replacement does not fix the problem, replace the
midplane at location Un-P1. See System parts to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
– 9117-MMB, 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHB, 9179-MHC, 9179-MHD:
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Reference code
Action
1xxx8423
Replace processor card 1. If this replacement does not fix
the problem, replace the midplane. See System parts to
determine the part number for the field replaceable unit.
This ends the procedure.
6. Is the reference code 1xxx8442, 1xxx8443, or 1xxx8444?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Use the reference code in the following table to find the FRU part number.
Reference code
Action
1xxx8442
An attempt was made to enable the enhanced cache
option, but one or more processor cards in the system is
not capable of supporting the enhanced cache option.
Use the serviceable event view to determine which
processors are not capable of supporting the enhanced
cache option. Replace the processor cards identified in
the serviceable event view with processor cards that are
capable of supporting the enhanced cache option.
1xxx8443
A drawer was added to a system that has the enhanced
cache option enabled, but it is not capable of supporting
the enhanced cache option. Replace the processor card
with a card that is capable of supporting the enhanced
cache option.
1xxx8444
An enhanced cache option register failed. Look for a
registry failure in the serviceable event view and follow
the service actions for that error to resolve the problem.
7. Is the reference code 1xxx84A1?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: The power distribution backplane VPD is not valid. Use the following table to determine the
part number for the field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8202-E4B, 8202-E4C,
8202-E4D, 8205-E6B,
8205-E6C, 8205-E6D,
8231-E2B, 8231-E1C,
8231-E1D, 8231-E2C,
8231-E2D, 8233-E8B,
8236-E8C
See System parts.
System backplane
Un-P1
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
9119-FHB
See System parts.
System controllers
Un-P1-C2, Un-P1-C5
5796, 7314-G30
See System parts.
I/O backplane
Un-P1
This ends the procedure.
8. Is the reference code 1xxx84A3?
v No: Continue with the next step.
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v Yes: The wrong service processor card is installed or the VPD is not correct. Replace the service
processor card in the failing drawer. Use the following table to determine the part number for the
field replaceable unit (FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD, See System parts.
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9117-MMD,
9179-MHB,
9179-MHC,
9179-MHD
Description
Location code
Service processor card Un-P1-C1
This ends the procedure.
9. Is the reference code 1xxx8410, 1xxx8420, 1xxx8470, 1xxx84C0, 1xxx84D0, 1xxx84E0, or 1xxx84F0?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Replace the system board, Un-P1. This ends the procedure.
10. Is the reference code 1xxx911C?
v No: Continue with the next step.
v Yes: Two of the drawers in the multiple drawer server have the same VPD information. Reset the
system unique identifier in one of the drawers to resolve the problem. This ends the procedure.
11. Is the reference code 1xxx1507, 1xxx1517, or 1xxx6000?
v Yes: Replace the midplane at location Un-P5 in the 5802 expansion unit. This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue to the next step.
12. Is the reference code 1xxx6001?
v Yes: Replace the SAS conduit at location Un-P4 in the 5802 expansion unit. This ends the
procedure.
v No: Continue to the next step.
13. Is the reference code 1xxx6002?
v Yes: Replace the disk drive backplane at location Un-P3 in the 5802 expansion unit. This ends the
procedure.
v No: Continue to the next step.
14. Is the reference code 1xxx6004?
v Yes: Replace the I/O backplane at location Un-P1 in the 5802 expansion unit. This ends the
procedure.
v No: Continue to the next step.
15. Is the reference code 1xxx6009?
v Yes: Replace port card 1 at location Un-P3-C1 in the 5802 expansion unit. This ends the
procedure.
v No: Continue to the next step.
16. Is the reference code 1xxx600A?
v Yes: Replace port card 2 at location Un-P3-C2 in the 5802 expansion unit. This ends the
procedure.
v No: Continue to the next step.
17. Is the reference code 1xxx600B?
v Yes: Replace port card 3 at location Un-P3-C3 in the 5802 expansion unit. This ends the
procedure.
v No: Continue to the next step.
18. Is the reference code 1xxx600C?
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v Yes: Replace port card 4 at location Un-P3-C4 in the 5802 expansion unit. This ends the
procedure.
v No: Return to Starting a service call and look for a 1xxxyyyy SRC. Follow the actions for that SRC.
This ends the procedure.
VRMOD
The system detected a voltage problem.
Complete the following to service this FRU:
1. Power off the system.
2. Unplug the AC.
3. Reseat the VRMs. Refer to Part locations and location codes for voltage regulator modules. Does that
resolve the problem?
v Yes: This ends the procedure.
v No: Continue with the next step.
4. Replace the VRMs. Use the following table to determine the part number for the field replaceable unit
(FRU).
CCIN or FFC
Type and model
Part number
Description
Location code
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
46K4705
Processor card
POWER7 processor
voltage regulator
Un-P1-C13-C1,
Un-P1-C14-C1,
Un-P1-C15-C1,
Un-P1-C16-C1
8233-E8B, 8236-E8C
46K4706
Processor card
memory voltage
regulator
Un-P1-C13-C10,
Un-P1-C14-C10,
Un-P1-C15-C10,
Un-P1-C16-C10
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Processor card
voltage regulator
Un-P3-C11,
Un-P3-C14,
Un-P3-C15,
Un-P3-C18
8408-E8D, 9109-RMD
See System parts.
Processor card
memory voltage
regulator
Un-P3-C10
9117-MMB,
9117-MMC,
9179-MHB, or
9179-MHC (two
processor system
unit)
See System parts.
Processor card
regulator
Un-P3-C5, Un-P3-C14,
Un-P3-C16,
Un-P3-C21,
Un-P3-C23,
Un-P3-C24,
Un-P3-C26
9117-MMD,
9179-MHC
(four-processor
system unit), or
9179-MHD
See System parts.
Processor card
regulator
Un-P3-C5, Un-P3-C6,
Un-P3-C15,
Un-P3-C17,
Un-P3-C22,
Un-P3-C25,
Un-P3-C26,
Un-P3-C29
This ends the procedure.
Failing function codes, failing items, and symbolic FRUs
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Dieses Produkt entspricht den Schutzanforderungen der EU-Richtlinie 2004/108/EG zur Angleichung der
Rechtsvorschriften über die elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit in den EU-Mitgliedsstaaten und hält die
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betreiben. Des Weiteren dürfen auch nur von der IBM empfohlene Kabel angeschlossen werden. IBM
übernimmt keine Verantwortung für die Einhaltung der Schutzanforderungen, wenn das Produkt ohne
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Empfehlung von IBM gesteckt/eingebaut werden.
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Dieses Produkt entspricht dem “Gesetz über die elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit von Geräten
(EMVG)“. Dies ist die Umsetzung der EU-Richtlinie 2004/108/EG in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.
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Geräten (EMVG) (bzw. der EMC EG Richtlinie 2004/108/EG) für Geräte der Klasse B
Dieses Gerät ist berechtigt, in Übereinstimmung mit dem Deutschen EMVG das EG-Konformitätszeichen
- CE - zu führen.
Verantwortlich für die Einhaltung der EMV Vorschriften ist der Hersteller:
International Business Machines Corp.
New Orchard Road
Armonk, New York 10504
Tel: 914-499-1900
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IBM Deutschland GmbH
Technical Regulations, Abteilung M372
IBM-Allee 1, 71139 Ehningen, Germany
Tel: +49 7032 15 2941
email: lugi@de.ibm.com
Generelle Informationen:
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