XSCF User`s Guide
eXtended System Control Facility
User's Guide
- System Monitor and Control Facility (eXtended System Control Facility: XSCF) User's Guide -
C120-E184-06EN
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Contents
Preface
About This Manual
Summary of Changes in Sixth Edition
Summary of Changes in Fifth Edition
Summary of Changes in Fourth Edition
Summary of Changes in Third Edition
Summary of Changes in Second Edition
Summary of Changes in First Edition Revision1
About UNIX Commands
About Notation in This Manual
Shell Prompts
About model name
Caution
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Chapter1 Overview of XSCF
XSCF Features
Types of Connection to XSCF
XSCF User Interfaces
XSCF Monitoring and Linkage to Other Functions
Time synchronization
1-1
1-2
1-5
1-7
1-9
1-12
Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF
XSCF Setup Flow
Specifying the XSCF Settings
Network Configuration
User Account Administration
Console Administration
XSCF Web Administration
SNMP Administration
Mail Administration
REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF
SSH Administration
2-1
2-2
2-4
2-4
2-8
2-12
2-15
2-19
2-23
2-28
2-31
Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF or Server
Connecting Terminals to XSCF
Types of XSCF Connection
Connecting XSCF to PC and UPC
Connecting of RCI
Basic configration
Cluster Configration
Method of configration of RCI
How to change the input-output destination of OS console to tty-a
3-1
3-2
3-10
3-12
3-13
3-13
3-14
3-15
3-17
Chapter4 How to Use the Remote Panels
Overview of the Remote Panels
How to Use the Remote Panels
LED Indicators on the Remote Panels
Differences from the Operating Panels
4-1
4-2
4-4
4-7
4-9
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Chapter5 How to Use the XSCF Web Function
Overview of the XSCF Web Function
Starting the XSCF Web Function
Logging In to or Out from XSCF
XSCF Web Function Pages
5-1
5-2
5-5
5-7
5-8
Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell
Overview of XSCF Command Shell
Login to XSCF User Account
Server Status and Control Commands
XSCF Log View Command
XSCF Server Configuration Information Command
Other XSCF Commands
XSCF Shell Error Messages
6-1
6-2
6-4
6-7
6-16
6-24
6-28
6-32
Chapter7 XSCF SNMP Agent Function
Summary of XSCF SNMP Agent Function
About MIB
About Traps
How to Set up the XSCF SNMP Agent Function
Introduce Extended MIB of XSCF to SNMP Manager
Installation case to WebSysAdmin
Installation case to SystemWalker
7-1
7-2
7-3
7-4
7-5
7-6
7-6
7-8
Chapter 8 XSCF Mail Function
Overview of XSCF Mail Function
Reporting Parts Faults
Reporting an Authentication Failure
Setting up the XSCF Mail Function
Contents of Parts Fault Notification
Contents of Authentication Failure Notification
Contents of Test Mail Notification
Contents of Suspension Mail Notification
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8-2
8-4
8-5
8-6
8-7
8-9
8-10
8-11
Chapter 9 XSCF REMCS Agent Function
Summary of XSCF REMCS Agent Function
Types of REMCS Center Connection
Part of XSCF
How to Set up the XSCF REMCS Agent Function
9-1
9-2
9-4
9-5
9-8
Chapter 10 XSCF Firmware Upgrade and Dump
Upgrading the XSCF Firmware
How to Get XSCF Dump Information and Collect Logs
10-1
10-2
10-6
Appendix A Warning And Information Messages
Message Types
Messages in Each Function
A-1
A-2
A-8
Appendix B XSCF Log Information
XSCF Error Log List and Actions
XSCF Power Log List
B-1
B-2
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XSCF Event Logs List
XSCF Error Code Table
B-70
B-77
Appendix C XSCF MIB
MIB Object ID
Standard MIB
Fujitsu Extended MIB
TRAP
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-7
C-9
Appendix D Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting XSCF and FAQ
Troubleshooting the Server While XSCF Is Being Used
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D-2
D-8
Glossary
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Preface
About This Manual
[Purpose]
This manual describes the system monitor and control facility (eXtended System Control Facility,
or XSCF, hereafter) used to control, monitor, operate, and service PRIMEPOWER series servers
and their systems. XSCF may also be referred to as the System Control Facility (SCF).
[Audience]
This manual is intended for users, specifically system management/maintenance administrators.
[Organization]
This manual consists of the following chapters:
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Overview
Setting up XSCF
Connecting XSCF or Server
How to use the remote panels
How to use the XSCF Web function
How to use the XSCF command shell
XSCF SNMP agent function
XSCF mail function
XSCF REMCS Agent Function
XSCF firmware and dump
Warning And Information Messages
XSCF Log Information
XSCF MIB
Troubleshooting
Glossary
[Related Manuals]
Refer to the following manuals as necessary:
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PRIMEPOWER250/450 User's Manual
Machine Administration Guide
Enhanced Support Facility User's Guide
REMCS Agent Operator's Guide
[About Registered Trademarks]
Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, Solaris(TM) Operating Environment (Solaris OE,
hereafter), and all other Solaris OE-related trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries, and are used
under license.
Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
Netscape and Netscape Navigator are trademarks or registered trademarks of Netscape
Communications Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Other company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
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respective owners.
[Acknowledgement]
The TCP/IP-based communication functions of the LAN-communication administration functions
described in this manual were developed by Fujitsu Ltd. according to BSD NETWORKING
SOFTWARE RELEASE 1, 4.4 BSD Lite 2, and their documentation under license from the
University of California at Los Angels (UCLA). We express our gratitude to the Computer
Systems Research Group and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at
UCLA, Berkeley.
Note that Fujitsu Ltd. holds the copyright on the TCP/IP-based communication functions for
XSCF and any secondary documentation related to them.
Copyright (c) 1979, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved
XSCF Web Access was developed with the use of Apache and OpenSSL and mod_ssl. We
would like to express our gratitude to the Apache Group, OpenSSL Project, Mr. Eric Young and
mod_ssl project.
This product includes software developed by the Apache Group for use in the Apache HTTP
server project (http://www.apache.org/).
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL
Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)
This product includes cryptgraphic software written by Eric Young ([email protected]).
This product includes software developed by Ralf S. Engelschall <[email protected]> for
use in the mod_ssl project (http://www.modssl.org/).
July 2004
July 2004, Sixth Edition
C120-E184-06EN
[Important]
Do not copy the whole or any part of this manual without permission.
This manual is subject to change without prior notice.
Electrical form of this manual is installed under following path:
The revised edition for this manual can be referred to from the following path on the server (or
Hardware Control Program-CD*):
/opt/FJSVhcp/manual
*Hardware Control Program(:HCP) (: HCP is a control program of hardware that
configures a computing system.)
Path: /PWPL0/MANUAL
When you face different description written on the online manual from what written on paper
manual, please follow the online manual.
The MIB new file can be refferred to from the following path in the HCP-CD.
/PWPL0/MIB
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Summary of Changes in Sixth Edition
The current, sixth edition of this manual differs from previous edition principally by containing
the addition of descriptions about the error code. The sixth edition contains minor clarifications
and corrections and also the following significant changes relative to the previous edition.
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Chapter 1, "Overview of XSCF":
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― In "Types of Connection to XSCF", a description of tty-a console path is added.
Chapter 6, "How to Use the XSCF Command Shell":
z
― In "nodeled" command, note is added.
Chapter 7, "XSCF SNMP Agent function": In "About Traps", Note about the target parts for
trap is added.
Appendix A, "Warning And Information Messages":
z
― "Control execution messages during the monitoring for foreseeable faults " is
added.
Appendix B, "XSCF Log Information":
z
― "XSCF Error Log List" are corrected.
‐ Error codes 07060030, 07140031, 0801000X, 0A00000X, 0A1z000X,
0C00000X, 10100030, 150z000n, 153A000X, 1A00000n, 21000045,
250000FF-(2), 33000039, 330000FF, 330000FF_(2), 4D0008FF, 4E07200n,
5080000n, 9080000n, D080000n and xx0000FF are added.
‐ Error code number is corrected as below:
xx0B0030 -> xxxB0030, xx0C000n -> xxxC000n, xx0D006n -> xxxD006n
‐ In Table "POST/OBP test phase number", USB is added.
― "XSCF Power Log List" are corrected, added or deleted.
‐ Power-on: In the "Retry" definition, the "The retry is caused by for the server
cooling." is added.
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― "XSCF Event Log List" are corrected.
‐ Temperature change event: A definition of x30, "The PSU cooling is done by
control of the monitoring for foreseeable fault." is added.
Appendix C, "XSCF MIB ": In Table C-9, C-13 and C-14, descriptions are added.
Summary of Changes in Fifth Edition
The current, fifth edition of this manual differs from previous edition principally by containing
the addition of descriptions about Troubleshooting. The fifth edition contains minor clarifications
and corrections and also the following significant changes relative to the previous edition.
z
Chapter 3, "Connecting XSCF or Server":
― In “Connecting Terminals to XSCF”, Not to use the XSCF command to set
whether to use a standard console via the serial port (tty-a) or the SCF-LAN port
but to do by the Machine Administration Menu, the description is corrected.
z
― In “Connecting Terminals to XSCF”, a description of setting of the terminal
software on the serial port(tty-a) terminal is added.
Chapter 5, "How to Use the XSCF Web Function ":
z
― In "Overview of the XSCF Web Function", sample pages of Web browser are
added.
Chapter 6, "How to Use the XSCF Command Shell":
z
― In set-console-device, "lan" option is deleted.
― The command of “send-break” is added.
Appendix A, "Warning And Information Messages":
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― "System messages" are corrected.
‐ “Hardware configuration error” is added.
‐ RCI address is added in “Detected failure on the RCI node”.
‐ Messages of the errors detected by only POST/OBP are added.
‐ The description about the message which is not displayed partially is added.
Appendix B, "XSCF Log Information":
― "XSCF Error Log List" are corrected.
‐ Error codes 281000XX, C1001300, C203030n and FF0000FF are added.
‐ Error codes 8E07200n, C1001200 and FE0000FF are corrected.
― "XSCF Power Log List" are added.
‐ XIR: In the Source definition, "ACK timeout" is added.
‐ Error code number is corrected as below:
C311000n -> 8311000n, C3120000 -> 83120000, C313000n -> 8313000n,
C314000n -> 8314000n
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― "XSCF Event Log List" are corrected.
‐ Unit configuration change: A definition of x81 is added.
Appendix D, "Troubleshooting":
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― In "Troubleshooting XSCF and FAQ", descriptions of FAQ are added.
― In "Troubleshooting the Server While XSCF Is Being Used" are corrected.
Glossary :
― In the term "Standard consol", Not to use the XSCF command to set whether to
use a standard console via the serial port (tty-a) or the SCF-LAN port but to do by
the Machine Administration Menu, the description is corrected.
Summary of Changes in Fourth Edition
The current, fourth edition of this manual differs from previous edition principally by containing
the addition of detailed explanations for Firmware Upgrade and the addition of descriptions
about information Messages. The fourth edition contains minor clarifications and corrections
and also the following significant changes relative to the previous edition.
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Chapter 10, "XSCF Firmware Upgrade and Dump":
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― The detail information of the method of firmware upgrade are added.
Appendix A, "Warning And Information Messages":
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― In "Message Types", “Other information messages” are added.
Appendix B, "XSCF Log Information":
― "XSCF Error Log List" are corrected.
‐ Error codes 4201010n(Notice), 8E20F800 and FE0000FF are added.
‐ Error codes 250000FF, 4201810n, 42040100, 42048100 and 8E20FA00 are
corrected.
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― "XSCF Event Log List" are corrected.
‐ Powerlog: A definition of x50 is added.
Appendix C, "XSCF MIB ": In Table C-14 “Fujitsu extended TRAP", Since the contents
of MEANING of TRAP-TYPE ”scfHardwareErrorRepair” and “scfHardwareDefectRepair”
are reverse, they are exchanged.
Summary of Changes in Third Edition
The current, third edition of this manual differs from previous edition principally by containing
the addition of REMCS agent function and the addition of SSH function for the strengthening of
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network security. The third edition contains minor clarifications and corrections and also the
following significant changes relative to the previous edition.
z Preface:
― In “About model name”, model-name, PRIMEPOWER250 Rackmount Type(4U)
and Mnemonic, 250-R4 are added.
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― In "Caution", a description is added that we support "Name server" menu.
Chapter 1, "Overview of XSCF":
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― In "Types of Connection to XSCF" and “XSCF User Interfaces”, descriptions of
SSH are added.
Chapter 2, "Setting Up XSCF":
― Sections of “REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF” and “SSH Administration” are
added.
― In “XSCF Setup Flow”, descriptions of REMCS and SSH are added.
― In “Network Configuration”, descriptions of Name server are added.
― In “Table 2-3 XSCF Console Administration”, descriptions about SSH are added.
And in “Read-only console”, the connection number of telnet port is changed to “3”
from “2”.
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― In “Mail Administration”, descriptions of host name specification and POP
authentication are added.
Chapter 3, "Connecting XSCF or Server":
― In “Connecting Terminals to XSCF” and “Types of XSCF Connection”,
descriptions of connecting to XSCF using SSH are added.
― In “Table3-1 Connected terminal types”, descriptions about SSH and SSH port
numbers are added. In Read-only port, the number “8013” of telnet port is added.
The port number 80 is deleted.
― In “Connecting Terminals to XSCF”, a description of the processing for switching
the standard console port (OS console) to the serial port(tty-a) forcibly is added.
z
― In "Method of constructing RCI", the command “rci-config-init” is corrected to
“rci-configio-init”.
Chapter 4, "How to Use the Remote Panel":
z
― In "Table 4-1 Remote panel components"and “How to Use the Remote Panel”,
descriptions of enabling the switch operation are added.
Chapter 5, "How to Use the XSCF Web Function ":
z
― In "Table 5-1 XSCF Web function pages", description of “Note” is added.
― In "Table 5-2 Supported browsers", version of browsers is changed. And Mozilla
is deleted. Netscape Communicator(TM) is added.
Chapter 6, "How to Use the XSCF Command Shell":
― The commands of “logtest”, "show-mail-report", "show-remcs", "show-connections",
"hangup" are added.
― In "Login to XSCF User Account" and "show-access-logs" command, descriptions
aboout SSH are added.
z
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― In "help" command, the view of command detail information is added.
― The command authority level in the "show-shell-command" command is corrected.
Chapter 7, "XSCF SNMP Agent function": In "Introduce Extended MIB of XSCF to SNMP
Manager", Descriptions of MIB file in HCP-CD are added.
Chapter 8, "XSCF Mail Function ":
― In “Overview of XSCF Mail Function”, descriptions of POP authentication are
added.
― In “Setting up the XSCF Mail Function”, a setting of POP authentication server is
added. And description of host name specifying is added.
― Figures 8-1 is changed.
― In Figures 8-4 – 8-7, Mail contents are changed.
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― In “Contents of Parts Fault Notification”, a fault part “PCI-RISER” is added.
― “System Damage Level” is added in contents of mail.
― In “Table 8-1 Network access types and port numbers”, “SSH” ports is added.
TELNET(23) port number is deleted.
Chapter 9, "XSCF REMCS Agent Function" is added newly.
Chapter 10, "XSCF Firmware Upgrade and Dump": This is moved from Chapter 9.
z
― The method of firmware update in "Registration from applying of the ESF patch"
are added.
Appendix B, "XSCF Log Information":
― "XSCF Error Log List" are corrected.
‐ Error
codes
501030FF,
501031FF,
501040FF-501050FF,
6100000n-620100FF, C20302FF and C3170000 are added.
‐ Error codes 4201010n, 4201810n, 42040100, 42048100, 8201020n,
8201050n, 830101FF, 830104FF, 83020100, 830B010n, 830B0D0n,
830B0F0n, 830B110n, 830E000n, 8313010n, 8314010n, C201020n,
C201030n, C2010400, C3010000, 3020000, C3030000, C3050000,
C30B020n, C30B0E0n, C30B100n, C30B120n, C30E010n, C30F0000,
C313000n, C314000n, C3160400, CE03050n, CE04030n, CE201000 and
C30F0000 are corrected.
‐ Error code number is corrected as below:
60000100 -> 60000200
― "XSCF Power Log List" are corrected.
‐ When the input power source is the DC Type,
“01:PSU-ON” and “50:PSU-OFF” are added.
The type names of
― "XSCF Event Log List" are corrected.
‐ Access: Definitions of x50, x51, x52 and x53 about SSH are added.
‐ Author: Definitions of x50, x51, x52 and x53 about SSH are added.
‐ RCI: In the “x10, The RCI sending event was executed” and the “x20, The
RCI receiving event was executed”, the definitions of Byte1 or later are
corrected.
‐ RCI: In the "x30, The RCI initial operation was executed”, the definition of
initial address is added. And in the "x31, The RCI initial configuration was
executed” and “x32, The RCI initial configuration was executed again”, the
definitions of Node ID are corrected.
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‐ Power event is added.
Appendix C, "XSCF MIB ": In Table “Fujitsu extended TRAP", ”aplNetSCF” is changed to
“scfObjects”.
Appendix D, "Troubleshooting":
― In "Could not connect using telnet to XSCF via the SCF-LAN", descriptions of
check items are added.
― "Could not connect using SSH to XSCF via the SCF-LAN" is added.
― “XSCF shell was suddenly disconnected while using SSH” is added.
― In “Output on Standard console(OS console) connected to the LAN suddenly
stopped”, a description about the processing for switching the standard console
port (OS console) to the serial port(tty-a) forcibly is added.
― In "A console the XSCF shell or a standard console was suddenly disconnected", a
description of "Name Server Configuration" is added.
z
― In "A mail report was not received from XSCF", descriptions of check items are
added.
Glossary :
― In the term "Standard consol", a description about SSH is added.
description of TELNET(8013) port is added.
And a
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― The terms “Cluster control software”, "REMCS" and “SSH” are added.
Summary of Changes in Second Edition
The current, second edition of this manual differs from previous edition with Revision1
principally by containing the menus of Machine Administration function. The second edition
contains minor clarifications and corrections and also the following significant changes relative to
the previous edition with Revision1.
z Preface:
― In "Caution", a description is changed that we do not support "The DNS function in
case of using XSCF Mail function".
z
― In "Caution", a description of "XSCF SNMP Agent function" is deleted.
Chapter 2, "Setting Up XSCF":
―
The menu name of "Basic configuration" and the described section is changed to
two new menus, "Network Configuration" and "Console Administration". The
contents are as follows.
‐ In the menu of "Basic configuration", each options, "Basic network
configuration" and "Host name configuration" are moved to "Network
Configuration" menu. The section of "Network Configuration" is added.
‐ In the menu of "Basic configuration", each options, "Select Standard
console", "Access control of console port", and "Auto-disconnect
administration" are moved to "Console Administration" menu. The section
of "Console Administration" is added.
‐ The section of "Basic configuration" is deleted.
― Option and description of "Name server configuration" in all menu is deleted.
(In Chapter8 and AppendixD, descriptions of "DNS function" or "Name server
configuration" are deleted at the same time.)
z
― In "Console Administration", a description of "Caution" is added in "Access Control
of Read-only Console"'s Remarks of Table 2-3.
Chapter 3, "Connecting XSCF or Server":
― In "Connecting Terrminals to XSCF", descriptions are added as follows:
‐ A description of "Read-only console" is added in Table3-1.
‐ A description of "break" is added.
― In "How to Configure RCI", the definition of "Automatic power-on prohibition
mode after the forced power off " in the mode "mode of power supply for remote
control " is added.
z
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― "How to change the input-output destination of OS console to tty-a" is added.
Chapter 4, "How to Use the Remote Panel": In "Before using the remote Panel", a
description of "Basic settings" is changed to "Network settings" and "Console settings".
Chapter 5, "How to Use the XSCF Web Function ":
― In "Table 5-1
is added.
XSCF Web function pages", a description of "Authentication" page
― In "Function to be enabled on the browser", Items are corrected as follows:
‐ A description of option setting on Microsoft(R) Internet Eplorer is added.
‐ In "Cookies", a description of "(in cache only; it don't have to be stored)"
is deleted.
z
― In "Logging In to or Out from XSCF", a description of "Condition" of "Logging out
from XSCF"is corrected.
Chapter 6, "How to Use the XSCF Command Shell":
z
― The commands of "net-status", "show-shell-command" are added.
― A note in the "set-console-device" command is added.
Chapter 7, "XSCF SNMP Agent function": In "Installation case to SystemWalker",
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Descriptions of "a setup which calls "XSCF WEB function from SystemWalker" is added.
Chapter 8, "XSCF Mail Function ":
― In "Features of the XSCF mail function", Description of "Sending e-mail directly" by
setting name server is deleted.
z
― In "Setting up the XSCF Mail Function", description of name server setting at Step
1 and Note are deleted. At Step1, the "Mail administration" menu of the Machine
Administration menu is described.
Appendix B, "XSCF Log Information":
― "XSCF Error Log List" are corrected.
‐ In the hardware which detects an error , "Machine Administration" is added.
Therefore, some tables at each error level are added.
‐ The following error code numbers are corrected.
4E20F500 -> 4E20F50n, 82130400 -> C2130400, C21110FF -> C2111000,
C21111FF -> C2111100, C21112FF -> C2111200
‐ Descriptions of error codes 408055FF, 430103FF, 431501FF, 4E20F00n,
4E20F600, 501012FF, 830B130n, 830E000n, 8E07200n, 8E20F40n,
C202020n, C202050n, C2111000, C2111100, C2111200, C2130400,
C30B140n, C30E010n(Alarm), C30E010n(Warning), C30E020n, C30E030n,
C30E040n, C30E050n, CE20020n and CE20040n are corrected.
‐ Error codes 41110000, 430E060n, 46110000, 60000100, 81110000,
86110000, 8E208500, 8E208600, 8E20F700, A0000100, C1110000,
C20107FF, C6110000, CE209400, CE209500, CE209600 and E0000100
are added.
‐ Error codes 431608FF, 501030FF and 501031FF are deleted.
‐ In Table parts number, U2P, Error log for test, IO-BP, POWER-BD and
PSU-CAGE are added.
‐ Components, U2P and U2P(Timer) numbers are corrected as below:
#0-#3 -> #0,#2,#3
― "XSCF Event Log List" are corrected.
‐ Power: The definition of Byte1 and Byte2 are corrected. In the "VV"
definition, "x05, A power supply error occurred" , the definition of Byte1 and
Byte2 are added.
‐ Nodeself: In the "The sensor failed" definition, the detail definitions are
added.
‐ Config: The bits definition of "ss, the old unit status" is added.
‐ The term of factor "SparcReq" is corrected to "CPUReq".
‐ SparcReq: In the "VV" definition, "Request to SPARC for event " is added.
In the "Request to SPARC for shutdown" definition, descriptions of "event
code" and "Detailed code" are added.
‐ Panel: In the "Operation panel events" definition, "x82, The RESET switch
button pressed for a long time" is deleted.
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z
‐ Console:
‐ RCI: The definitions are added. These are:
"x10, The RCI sending event ", "x20, The RCI receiving event "
"x30, The RCI initial operation", "x31, The RCI initial configuration"
"x32, The RCI initial reconfiguration ", "x3F, The RCI configuration result "
Appendix C, "XSCF MIB ": Object ID and Table of "scfMonitor group" is added.
Appendix D, "Troubleshooting":
― In "A console the XSCF shell or a standard console was suddenly disconnected", a
description of "Name server configuration" is deleted.
― In "Could not log in to XSCF Web function", the description is all corrected.
― In "Do not know the IP address of XSCF", a description of "Show current
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configuration" of "Basic configration" is changed to "Network Configuration".
Glossary :
― The term "SCF-IMAGE" is changed to "WEBDATA".
― The term "Shadow console" is changed to "Read-only console". And the port
number "8101" is corrected to "8011".
― The terms of "IO-BP", "POWER-BD" and "PSU-CAGE" are added.
Summary of Changes in First Edition Revision1
The first edition Revision1 of this manual contains minor clarifications and corrections and also
the following significant changes relative to the first edition.
z Preface: Acknowledgement about SSL is added.
z Chapter 6, "How to Use the XSCF Command Shell":
z
z
z
― A description of the setting and view of XSCF shell login keyword is added.
― The command of "set-shell-command" is added.
Chapter 8, "XSCF Mail Function": "Contents of Suspension Mail Notification" is added.
Chapter 10, "Troubleshooting": This is moved to Appendix D.
Appendix B, "XSCF Log Information":
― "XSCF Error Log List" are corrected or added.
‐ Description of error code 8E20F40n is corrected.
‐ Error code 8E20FB0n is added.
― "XSCF Power Log List" are corrected, added or deleted.
‐ 40:Shutdown(ALM) is corrected to 41:Shutdown(ALM).
‐ Shutdown(ALM): In the "Power supply monitoring" and "Temperature
monitoring" definition, the "because of sensor error" are added.
z
‐ Power-off: In the "Power supply monitoring" definition, the "because of
sensor error" is deleted.
Appendix D, "Glossary": Finding "Appendix" is deleted.
About UNIX Commands
This manual does not include a description of general UNIX(TM) commands.
Refer to the documentation supplied with the software used by the system.
About Notation in This Manual
Table P-1 Notation
Item
[email protected]@
[email protected]@
Use and example
Use: The characters coded in a command displayed on the OS
console and the variables in a command option are indicated in italic.
Example:
The prompt on the server's OS console changes to ok.
env-monitor scsi_bpn (n =0.1)
Use: The titles of chapters and tables and terms that are being
emphasized indicated in bold.
Example: 6.6 Other Commands
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Shell Prompts
Table P-2 Shell prompts
Shell
Prompt
eXtended system Control Facility
SCF>
Other shell
machine_name%
machine_name#
$
#
OpenBoot PROM
ok
About model name
When this manual describes the PRIMEPOWER model name, it uses the nemonic name as
follow.
Table P-3 Model name and Mnemonic
Model name
Mnemonic
PRIMEPOWER250 Rackmount Type(2U)
250-R
PRIMEPOWER250 Rackmount Type(4U)
250-R4
PRIMEPOWER250 Pedestal Type
250-P
PRIMEPOWER450 Rackmount Type(4U)
450-R
PRIMEPOWER450 Rackmount Type(7U)
450-Q
*For the model name of which the input power source is the DC Type, see the User’s Manual
for the server.
Caution
The following function will be supported at HCP version 0501 or later.
Department the obtaining method.
Please ask Sales
● In Chapter2 and Chapter8 on first edition of this manual, the menu of "Name server
configuration" in Machine Administration Menu was not exist at HCP version 0201 or
before. But now it is suppoted.
On the Menu, this enabled you to specify the host name, not only IP address of SMTP server.
Also you can specify the host name of POP server which is enabed at HCP vertsion 0501. For
more information about it, see “Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF”.
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About "The DNS function in case of using XSCF Mail function (Sending method
with MX record, but SMTP server not used.)", we have said that it will be to support at
HCP version 0201 or later in first edition Revision1 of this manual. However, we do not
support because of the following reasons:
1)You can use the Mail Sending function via a SMTP server.
2)Development convenience.
● In Chapter10 of this manual, the method of firmware update in the "Registration from
applying of the ESF patch".
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Chapter1
Overview of XSCF
This chapter provides an overview of the system monitor and control facility (eXtended System
Control Facility, or XSCF).
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
XSCF Features
Types of Connection to XSCF
XSCF User Interfaces
XSCF Monitoring and Linkage to Other Functions
Time synchronization
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1.1
XSCF Features
XSCF is a system monitor/control facility that consists of processors independent of the CPU on a
server. Even though the server is turned off, XSCF is always able to monitor the server and
provide a user interface as long as the power is supplying to the system via power cables.
XSCF is single centralized point for control of cooling system (fan units), power supply units,
system status monitor, power-on and power-off of peripheral devices, and error monitor. XSCF
offers several features to achieve greater reliability and availability. For instance, with
using XSCF, 1) you can monitor a server over a serial port or Ethernet so that the user
can control the server from a remote location, you can even use console from the
remote location, 2) errors or failures will be reported to the system administrator,
automatically.
XSCF has the following features:
1. Power control
XSCF can be used to turn on or off server power as indicated below in addition to the
power button on the operating panel.
● Remote operation for power-on, power-off, and reset
You can turn on, turn off or reset the server with using the XSCF shell command or
the remote panel of the XSCF Web function from a remote terminal, which is connected to
XSCF over a LAN. When you instruct power-off, system will execute shutdown of OS, then
the power will be turned off.
For information about the XSCF shell, see "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command
Shell". For information about the XSCF Web function, see "Chapter5 How to Use the
XSCF Web Function".
● Cancelling power-on when an error is detected
This feature automatically shuts down the OS and prevents implementation of the
poweron sequence, if a system error occurs, to minimize the effects of the error on the
system.
● OS startup control for power failure
XSCF performs the operations below if a power failure that causes the server to turn off
occurs:
― When a power failure occurs
XSCF automatically shuts down the OS. If there is no uninterruptible power
supply unit (UPS), XSCF performs emergency power-off. For a momentary power
failure, XSCF may allow system to continue working without any shutting down.
― When power is restored
XSCF automatically turns on the power to the server, then starts up the OS,
relieving the administrator of extra work.
On your decision, it is possible to disable automatic power-on triggered by power
restoration.
For information about the settings for a power failure, see the Machine Administration
Guide for the Enhanced Support Facility (ESF).
For more information about the remote panel, see "Chapter4 How to Use the Remote
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Panel".
2. Assistance in hot swapping the power supply and fans
XSCF provides assistance in hot swapping in conjunction with the Machine
Administration Menu. For information about the Machine Administration Menu, see the
Machine Administration Guide for ESF.
3. Stronger monitoring functions
More powerful monitoring functions monitor, among other items, fans, temperature inside
the server, and ambient temperature.
4. Networking features
To provide system-independent access to the server, XSCF provides networking
functions that do the following:
Monitor the server even when the OS is inactive.
Enable remote operation of the server.
Report error messages by e-mail to specified addresses.
5. Hardware failure log
XSCF logs information about hardware failures. The XSCF hardware failure log makes
it possible to identify the location of a failure. The log also provides assistance in
anticipating failures on the server and immediately reports precise information about
failures to the user.
XSCF logs the types of information listed below. For information about error messages,
see "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
● Initial diagnosis on system startup
The system performs a self-diagnosis. If errors are detected in the diagnosis, error
messages are generated and displayed.
● Network configuration monitor
XSCF monitors the LAN configuration.
generated and displayed.
If an error is detected, an error message is
● Monitoring of the power supply, fans, DC voltage, system board, memory, CPU, and other
components
XSCF monitors the status of each component. In an error is detected in a component,
an error message is generated and displayed. Based on the error message, the system
administrator can easily identify a component that needs to be replaced.
● Temperature monitor
XSCF monitors the temperatures of the cabinet and CPU. If an abnormal temperature
is detected, an error message is generated and displayed. The error messages make it
possible to prevent the server from rising to a higher temperature and to prevent server
instability.
● RCI device configuration monitor
XSCF monitors RCI devices. If an error is detected in an RCI device, an error message
is generated and displayed. Based on the error message, the system administrator can
immediately identify an error in the RCI device configuration.
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6. Security
XSCF logs incorrect accesses and unauthorized access to the system. The log can be used
to immediately determine the cause of an abnormal system operation.
Note:
Status of components informed by SCF could be different from one, which is informed by
machine administration menu of ESF.
While Solaris is running, some of hardware components, such as CPU, is managed by
Solaris. And, change of some status, such as degradation of CPU by Solaris, may be informed
to SCF only during shutting down or rebooting.
Therefore, different information could be displayed between XSCF and machine
administration menu.
To check the current system status during Solaris is running, using machine administration
menu is recommended.
Next: 1.2 Types of Connection to XSCF
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1.2 Types of Connection to XSCF
1.2
Types of Connection to XSCF
This section outlines types of connection to XSCF. For more information about each type, see
the User’s Manual for the server.
XSCF enables access to the server over a serial (RS-232C) port or from networks connected to
SCF-LAN.
Figure 1-1 outlines connection to XSCF.
Figure 1-1 Connections to XSCF
Note:
We strongly recommend that you should set the input-output destination of the OS console to
the tty-a (Especially, when you use the graphic card). For more detail about changing the
console to "tty-a", see "Chapter3 Connecting XSCF or Server".
Figure 1-1-1 shows the tty-a console path.
Figure 1-1-1 tty-a console path
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The console Interface between OS/POST/OBP and SCF is called tty-a. As shown in Figure
1-1-1, the input-output destination of the OS/POST/OBP console is devided into two ports in
XSCF. Thus, it is possible to choose serial port(tty-a) or SCF-LAN port as a tty-a console. For
the input-output destination of the console, use the "Console Administraiotn" of the Machine
Administration Menu to select one or the other. For the Machine Administration Menu used to
select ports, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
As shown in Figure 1-1, there are two types of connections to XSCF:
― Serial port (tty-a)
― SCF-LAN Ethernet
Serial port (tty-a)
The serial port enables UNIX workstations, Windows PCs, and ASCII terminals to connect to
XSCF through the serial (RS-232C) port. The XSCF shell can be used with the serial port.
SCF-LAN Ethernet
SCF-LAN Ethernet enables UNIX workstations, Windows PCs, and ASCII terminals to connect
to XSCF through the SCF-LAN port. The following can be used with SCF-LAN Ethernet:
●
●
●
●
XSCF shell in a telnet or SSH connection
XSCF Web function in a browser
SNMP traps
Mail reports
For more information about the above items, see the following chapters:
● Connection to terminals: "Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF or Server"
● XSCF shells: "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell"
● XSCF Web function: "Chapter4 How to Use the Remote Panels" and "Chapter5 How to
Use the XSCF Web Function"
● XSCF SNMP agent function: "Chapter7 XSCF SNMP Agent Function"
● XSCF Mail function: "Chapter 8 XSCF Mail Function"
● XSCF setup: "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF"
Next: 1.3 XSCF User Interfaces
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1.3 XSCF User Interfaces
1.3
XSCF User Interfaces
XSCF provides the following user interfaces:
To use the function to explain as follows, the account registration to XSCF is needed.
Please do the account registration before you start using the XSCF functionality. (No
pre-defined account is registered for the security reason.) In addition, we strongly recommend
you to register an account for our field engineer (hereafter, FE) during initial set up in
consideration of possible future maintenance work by FE.
● XSCF shell (1):
Command line interface of XSCF shell that you can use from PC or any other terminal, which is
connected to XSCF over SCF-LAN ethernet with using telnet or SSH.
● XSCF shell (2):
Command line interface of XSCF shell that you can use from PC or any other terminal, which is
directly connected to XSCF by serial port.
● Standard console (1):
Console of the system that you can access from PC or any other terminal, which is connected to
XSCF over SCF-LAN Ethernet with using telnet or SSH.
● Standard console (2):
Console of the system that you can access from PC or any other terminal, which is directly
connected to XSCF by serial port.
● XSCF Web function:
Graphical user interface of XSCF achieved with help of any Web browser, which is connected to
XSCF over SCF-LAN Ethernet.
● XSCF SNMP agent function:
SNMP agent in XSCF that you can monitor PRIMEPOWER as a part of large scale network
system, to which XSCF is connected, in conjunction with SNMP manager.
● XSCF mail function:
Mail report that XSCF can inform the status of PRIMEPOWER to your any mailer, such as your
PC or your cellular phone, over SCF-LAN network.
XSCF allows up to two XSCF shell terminals at the same time when both SCF-LAN and serial
port are in use. In addition, XSCF enables multiple XSCF Web sessions. The "Standard console"
(OS console) can be used on either type of connection.
For information about connection to XSCF consoles, see "Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF or
Server".
To use these XSCF interfaces, users need to log in to XSCF with an XSCF account, then enter a
password. If a user failed to log in to XSCF five or more consecutive times within 3 minutes
due to invalid acount or password, a login failure is e-mailed to the system administrator. When
a user successfully logs in to XSCF but the user leaves the session without any activities for a
specified length of time, XSCF automatically logs the user out.
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For information about the how to log in to XSCF, see "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF
Command Shell". For information about authentication and the XSCF Web function, see
"Chapter5 How to Use the XSCF Web Function". For information about registration of accounts
and mail settings, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
The table below shows which XSCF functions can be used on either type of connection.
Table 1-1 XSCF functions usable on the serial port and SCF-LAN Ethernet
Function
Description
XSCF shell
● Monitors the server.
The status of the server can be checked.
● Server power can be controlled from a remote
location.
Server power can be turned on and off and the
system can be rebooted from a remote location.
● Displays the server configuration.
The internal configuration of the server can be
checked.
XSCF Web
Provides the same functions as the functions of the
function
XSCF shells, but provides graphical displays for
easier operation.
Mail report
Reports errors and failures by e-mail so that
immediate measures can be taken.
SNMP trap report Enables consolidated control for server
administration in conjunction with SNMP manager.
Standard console You can access to the OS console and/or OBP
prompt.
S: Supported. -: Not supported.
S
SCF-LAN
Ethernet
S
-
S
-
S
-
S
S
S
Serial port
Next: 1.4 XSCF Monitoring and Linkage to Other Functions
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1.4 XSCF Monitoring and Linkage to Other Functions
1.4
XSCF Monitoring and Linkage to Other
Functions
XSCF monitors the system, and log errors in case it happens. This section describes the error
log and how it is handled by the XSCF functions.
How "Hardware error log" is handled by the XSCF functions
XSCF logs detected hardware related errors, and, in parallel, informs warning messages. This
log called as "Hardware error log".
Figure 1-2 shows how an error logged by XSCF is simultaneously reported to users by each of
the XSCF functions.
Figure 1-2 Error message handling by function
How XSCF logs hardware errors and how the XSCF functions report errors are described below.
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Table 1-2 Functions related to "Hardware error log"
Type
E-mail
Characteristics
The XSCF mail function can immediately report
happend error by sending e-mail to defined
addresses of administrators.
SNMP
Using a TRAP, the XSCF SNMP agent function
Manager
can immediately report happened error to the
administrators, located far from systems.
― Time at which the error was trapped
― Host name
XSCF shell
You can check the error log, information about
status of system with using commands on XSCF
shell, that you can access from terminal
connected to XSCF.
Remote
The XSCF Web function graphically displays the
panel
server status by specify host name of XSCF to a
Web browser.
― Error log
― States of the LEDs on the operating
panel
The following error log items are common to these functions:
● Time at which the error occurred (local time)
● Message
● Error code
● Faulty component
XSCF function
XSCF mail
function
XSCF
SNMP
agent function
XSCF shell
XSCF Web
function
Other XSCF logs and their linkage with the XSCF functions
In addition to "Hardware error log", XSCF also stores the following types of logs:
● Access log: Records logins to XSCF, authentication timeouts, and power-on/off
operations on the remote panel.
● Power log: Records power-on/off operations and reset operations to the server.
● Event log: Records events, which is not related to failure and should be prioritized to
"NOTIFICATION" priority.
Table 1-3 below shows reaction of XSCF against some typical events. This table shows you
the types of logs XSCF will take, way to display the taken log and method to report it to
administrators.
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Table 1-3 Types of logs and related functions for some typical events
XSCF functions associated with the log
Event
Log
type
XSCF
shell
XSCF logins
a, ev
S
XSCF
Web
function
N
Authentication failures
(5 or more attempts within 3
minutes)
Power-on/off or reset operations on
the remote panel
Power-on/off,
reset,
or
mode
switching
operations
on
the
operating panel
Power-on/off
operations
by
command of XSCF or from an RCI
device or the OS
Events, such as a power failure,
change in status, configuration
change, and reporting the result of
log analysis
Hardware related warnings or error
notifications
a, ev
S
N
a, ev, p
S
ev, p
S
S
(only P)
S
(only P)
SNMP
Mail
agent function
function
N
N
N*1
S
N
N
S*2
p
S
S
N
ev
S
N
N*3
N
err
S
S
S
S
a: access log, ev: event log, p: power log, err: Hardware error log
S: This event can be displayed or reported by this function.
N: This event is not displayed or reported by this function.
*1: Only failure of an access made with an invalid community name is informed by
TRAP.
*2: You can monitor the server status, power-on/off, mode switching, and reset
operations, as MIB information.
*3: Changes in server status and configuration changes are informed by TRAP.
For information about how and when to log events, see the following chapters:
● Referencing logs with XSCF shells: "Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF or Server", "Chapter6
How to Use the XSCF Command Shell", and "Appendix B XSCF Log Information"
● XSCF Web function: "Chapter4 How to Use the Remote Panels" and "Chapter5 How to
Use the XSCF Web Function"
● MIB list: "Appendix C XSCF MIB "
Each XSCF function needs set up in prior to its start of using. See "Chapter2 Setting Up
XSCF".
Next: 1.5 Time synchronization
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1.5
Time synchronization
XSCF uses the same clock hardware as OS. Therefore, the same time as OS is displayed on
the screen in XSCF shell terminal, "Standard console", and the XSCF Web function.
However, when you rewind the clock of OS, this will interfere the logging mechanism of
following logs. The order of logged events might be different from original order, or a part of
events could even be disappear when you look the following logs on Machine Administration
function.
●
●
●
●
error logs
power logs
event logs
access logs
Next: "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF"
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Chapter 2 Setting Up XSCF
This chapter explains how to set up XSCF.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
2.1 XSCF Setup Flow
2.2 Specifying the XSCF Settings
2.2.1 Network Configuration
2.2.2 User Account Administration
2.2.3 Console Administration
2.2.4 XSCF Web Administration
2.2.5 SNMP Administration
2.2.6 Mail Administration
2.2.7 REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF
2.2.8 SSH Administration
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2-19
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2.1
XSCF Setup Flow
Each XSCF function needs set up in prior to start using of them.
Make the following settings:
―
―
―
―
―
―
―
―
Network Configuration (required)
User Account Administration (required)
Console Administration (required)
XSCF Web Administration (optional)
SNMP Administration (optional)
Mail Administration (optional)
REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF (optional)
SSH Administration (optional)
To make the settings, use the Machine Administration Menu, which runs on Solaris OE.
The setup flow is outlined below. For details of how to specify the settings, see the sections
following this section.
1. First, open the Machine Administration Menu on the OS.
Machine Administration Menu – XSCF administration Menu –
- Network Configuration
- User Account Administration
- Console Administration
- XSCF Web Administration
- SNMP Administration
- Mail Administration
(The windows presented here are samples.)
2. Specify the Network Configuration. (Required)
- IP address configuration
- Subnet mask configuration
- Gateway address configration
- XSCF Host name configuration
3. Register a user account. (Required)
Add or delete an XSCF account.
ID: xxxxxxxxx
Password: xxxxxxxxx
4. Specify the Console Configuration. (Required)
- Select Standard console
- Access control of console port
- Auto-disconnect administration
5. Configure the XSCF Web. (Optional, but recommended, because you can more easily
manage the system from the remote Web browser.)
- Enable/Disable XSCF Web
- Select locale
- Appearance of Web page
- Access control
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6. Set up the SNMP configuration. (Optional, but recommended if you have SNMP manager.
You can achieve consolidated management of system with using SNMP manager.)
- Port Setting
- Management Information
- sysContac
- sysName
- sysLocation
- Register community
- Delete community
7. Set up the Mail reporting function. (Optional, but recommended because you can receive
a mail from system in case of error.)
- Mailer Setting
- Server Setting
- Mail Destination Address Setting
- From: Header Setting
8. Set up the REMCS environment setting via XSCF. (Optional, but recommended because
you can send a mail to REMCS center in case of system down.)
Machine Administration Menu – REMCS agent Menu –
- REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF option - Enable/Disable REMCS via XSCF
- Server Setting
9. Exit the Machine Administration Menu. Then set up the SSH function on the comman
line. (Optional, but recommended because you have a high level of security on your
console.)
Information
Those window images are samples. It differs from an actual screen.
Next: 2.2 Specifying the XSCF Settings
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2.2
Specifying the XSCF Settings
This section describes in detail the XSCF settings to be specified.
The XSCF setting is done by the Machine Administration Menu. You must have root privilege
to use this menu.
2.2.1
Network configuration
Specify the network environments of SCF-LAN. Network configuration must be made.
The following table lists the settings and their functions.
Network Configuration User Account Administration Console Administration XSCF Web
Administration SNMP Administration Mail Administration REMCS Administration SSH
Administration
Table 2-1 XSCF Network configuration
Item
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
Description
Specify the IP address.
Specify the Subnet mask.
Specify the Default gateway.
Remarks
A console of the XSCF
shell and a standard
console are disconnected
immediately
after
the
setting. Please login again
and continue the setting.
XSCF
Name
Specify the Name Sever.
Note:
The character which can
be
specified
is
Alphanumeric
character
(a-z,A-Z,0-9),hyphen
(-)
and period (.).
No default setting has
been specified.
Note:
When you disable the
Name server, you should
change
the
following
parameters to IP address:
● SMTP server
● POP server
For the settings, see the
sections
of
“Mail
Administration”
and
“REMCS
Environment
Setting via XSCF”.
Host
Name Server
Specify the Name server.
Up to two Name servers can be specified.
Network configuration menu operation
In the beginning, set up "Network Configuration" in "XSCF Administration" menu of the
Machine Administration Menu.
Examples:
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eXtended System Control Facility(XSCF) Administration
(XSCF Administration, hereafter)
1. Network Configuration
2. User Account Administration
3. Console Administration
4. XSCF Web Administration
5. SNMP Administration
6. Mail Administration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
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IP Address
Choose "IP Address" in "Network Configuration" menu by number.
Examples:
Network Configuration
1. IP Address:0.0.0.0
2. Subnet Mask:0.0.0.0
3. Gateway Address:0.0.0.0
4. XSCF Host Name:
5. Name Server1:
6. Name Server2:
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
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Enter IP Address:192.168.1.10
[Return]
Subnet Mask
Choose "Subnet Mask" in "Network Configuration" menu by number.
Examples:
Network Configuration
1. IP Address:192.168.1.10
2. Subnet Mask:0.0.0.0
3. Gateway Address:0.0.0.0
4. XSCF Host Name:
5. Name Server1:
6. Name Server2:
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):2
Enter Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
[Return]
Gateway Address
Choose "Gateway Address" in "Network Configuration" menu by number.
Examples:
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Network Configuration
1. IP Address:192.168.1.10
2. Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
3. Gateway Address:0.0.0.0
4. XSCF Host Name:
5. Name Server1:
6. Name Server2:
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):3
Enter Gateway Address:192.168.1.1
[Return]
XSCF Host Name
Next, choose "Host Name Configuration" in "Network Configuration" menu by number.
Examples:
Network Configuration
1. IP Address:192.168.1.10
2. Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
3. Gateway Address:192.168.1.1
4. XSCF Host Name:
5. Name Server1:
6. Name Server2:
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):4
[Return]
Enter New Host Name with alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z, 0-9), hyphen(-) and
period(.)
This needs to enter FQDN.
Input:scf.foo.com
Name Server
Next, choose "Name Server1" in "Network Configuration" menu by number.
Examples:
Network Configuration
1. IP Address:192.168.1.10
2. Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
3. Gateway Address:192.168.1.1
4. XSCF Host Name:scf.foo.com
5. Name Server1:
6. Name Server2:
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):5
Enter the Address of Name Server 1:192.168.1.1
[Return]
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[Next:]
Network Configuration
1. IP Address:192.168.1.10
2. Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
3. Gateway Address:192.168.1.1
4. XSCF Host Name:scf.foo.com
5. Name Server1:192.168.1.1
6. Name Server2:
u. Save configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):u
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
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function improvement.
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2.2.2
User account administration
Specify a user account for the XSCF shell. The User account administration must be made.
The following table lists the settings and their functions.
Network Configuration User Account Administration Console Administration XSCF Web
Administration SNMP Administration Mail Administration REMCS Administration SSH
Administration
Table 2-2 XSCF User account administration
Item
Account setting
Update password
Description
Specify an XSCF user account to be added or
deleted. Specify a group ID from root/others.
The following are the account levels:
● root
This account level permits the use of all shell
commands.
● others
This account level permits the use of only
some shell commands.
For more information, see "Chapter6 How to
Use the XSCF Command Shell".
Specify a password for the XSCF user
account.
Remarks
Up to 8 users, including
root, can be registered.
Specify an account name
of up to 8 characters.
Specify a password of 8 to
16 characters.
User account setting menu operation
In the beginning, select "User Account Administration" from "XSCF Administration" of the
Machine Administration Menu by its number.
Examples:
XSCF Administration
1. Network Configuration
2. User Account Administration
3. Console Administration
4. XSCF Web Administration
5. SNMP Administration
6. Mail Administration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-6,q,b,t,h):2
Account setting
To add user account, choose "Add User" in "User Account Administration".
Examples:
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User Account Administration
1. Show User List
2. Add User
3. Delete User
4. Update Password
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,q,b,t,h):2
[Next:]
Add User
Users can be registered up to 8 accounts.
<user>
<group>
------------------------------------xxxx
root
yyyyy
others
zzzzz
others
a. Add User
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(a,q,b,t,h):a
[Next:]
Add user
: Some lines omitted
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(a,q,b,t,h):a
Enter User Name:abc1234
[Return]
[Next:]
Select User Group
1. root
2. others
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Choose the group of the user <username> (1-2,q,b,t,h):1
Do you add a user? (y,n):y
User was added. This user needs password to login.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
[Next:]
Add User
Users can be registered up to 8 accounts.
<user>
<group>
-----------------------------------xxxx
root
yyyyy
others
zzzzz
others
abc1234
root
a. Add user
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select (a,q,b,t,h):a
To add other user account, please repeat the same procedure in "Add User" menu.
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When the maximum number of account has already been registered, you will see
following screens:
Add User
Users can be registered up to 8 accounts.
<user>
<group>
-----------------------------------xxxx
root
yyyyy
others
zzzzz
others
abc1234
root
zzzz5
others
zzzz6
others
zzzz7
others
zzzz8
others
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Number of the accounts will exceeds the limit(8).
You need to delete users to add new account.
Hit return key
To Delete user account, choose "Delete User" in "User Account Administration".
Examples:
Delete User
<user>
<group>
-------------------------------------1. xxxx
root
2. yyyyy
others
3. zzzzz
others
4. abc1234
others
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select user.(1-4,q,b,t,h):2
Do you really want to delete this user ? (y,n):y
The user was deleted. Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
[Next:]
Delete User
<user>
<group>
-------------------------------------1. xxxx
root
2. zzzzz
others
3. abc1234
others
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select user.(1-3,q,b,t,h):
When you press the return key, then the screen is updated as above.
To delete other account, repeate the same procedure.
When no account is registered, you will see following screens:
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Delete User
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------There is no registered user.
You cannot delete.
Hit return key
Menu point will return to "User Account Administration" by pressing return.
Update Password
To change password, choose "Update Password" from "User Account Administration" menu.
Examples:
Update Password
<user>
<group>
--------------------------------------1. xxxx
root
2. zzzzz
others
3. abc1234
others
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select user.(1,q,b,t,h):2
Do you really want to update the password? (y,n):y
New password:xxxxxxxxxx
Re-enter new password:xxxxxxxxxx
Password was updated.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
[Return]
[Return]
When you press the return key, then it goes back to "Update Password" menu.
To update setting of other account, repeat same procedure.
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2.2.3
Console Administration
Specify the console of XSCF. Console Administration must be made.
The following table lists the settings and their functions.
Network Configuration User Account Administration Console Administration XSCF Web
Administration SNMP Administration Mail Administration REMCS Administration SSH
Administration
Table 2-3 XSCF Console Administration
Item
Select Standard
Console
Description
Select whether to use a standard console via
the serial port (tty-a) or the SCF-LAN port.
When you use the SSH function, select the
SCF-LAN port. in this settings. and set up the
“SSH settings” on the Machine Administration
function’s command. For the SSH settings,
see the “SSH Administration”.
Access Control of
Read-only
Console
Specify whether to enable or disable the
Read-only console port in the XSCF telnet
ports or SSH ports.
When you use the SSH function, enable this
settings. and set up the “SSH settings”.
Access Control of
XSCF remote
console
Specify whether to enable or disable the XSCF
Shell port in the XSCF telnet ports or SSH
ports.
When you use the SSH function, enable this
settings. and set up the “SSH settings”.
Specify minutes of inactivity before automatic
log out. This function is valid on XSCF shell
and XSCF Web function.
Also specify whether automatic forced logout
of XSCF shell is to be enabled or disabled.
Auto-disconnect
administration of
XSCF
remote
console
Remarks
The default is the serial
port.
If you set the SCF-LAN
port, the Standard console
port which read-write OS
console in the XSCF telent
ports or SSH ports is
enabled automatically.
The port is disabled by
default.
Caution:
When you use the telnet
port(“8011”
port
and
“8013” port), this port can
be used by up to three
users per server.
But the “8011” port
(2 connection can be
used.) is used for only the
cluster control software
when you use the cluster
control software.
The “8013” port is used for
only the remote console
port.
When you use the SSH
port, this port can be used
by up to two users per
server.
The port is disabled by
default.
The default timeout is 10
minutes. A timeout from
1 to 255 (minutes) can be
specified.
Note: If you set 0 miniutes,
the automatic logout of
XSCF Shell is to be
disabled. But in this case,
the automatic logout of
XSCF Web function is
enable as 10 minutes.
Note:
We strongly recommend that you should set the input-output destination of the OS console to
the tty-a (Especially, when you use the graphic card). For more detail about changing the
console to "tty-a", see "Chapter3 Connecting XSCF or Server".
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Console Administration menu operation
In the beginning, set up "Console Administration" in "XSCF Administration" menu of the
Machine Administration Menu.
Examples:
XSCF Administration
1. Network Configuration
2. User Account Administration
3. Console Administration
4. XSCF Web Administration
5. SNMP Administration
6. Mail Administration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-6,q,b,t,h):3
Select Standard Console
Choose "Select Standard Console" in "Console Administration" menu by number.
Examples:
Console Administration
1. Show Current Configuration
2. Select Standard Console
3. Access Control of Read-only Console
4. Access Control of XSCF remote control
5. Auto-disconnect Administration of XSCF remote control
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-5,q,b,t,h):2
[Next:]
Select Standard Console
Current Standard Console: Serial port
1. Serial port
2. LAN port
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select standard console.(1-2,q,b,t,h):2
[Return]
Warning: If the XSCF Basic Network Configuration is improper, Standard Console
can not be used at all any more.
Are you sure? (y,n):y
[Return]
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
Access Control of Read-only Console
Next, configure the read-only OS console port in the telnet ports or SSH ports of SCF-LAN by
selecting "Access Control of Read-only Console" in "Console Administration".
Examples:
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Access Control of Read-only Console
Current Configuration: disable
1. Enable
2. Disable
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,q,b,t,h):1
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
Access Control of XSCF remote control
Next, configure the XSCF Shell port in the telnet ports or SSH ports of SCF-LAN by selecting
"Access Control of XSCF remote console" in "Console Administration".
Examples:
Access Control of XSCF remote control
Current Configuration: disable
1. Enable
2. Disable
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,q,b,t,h):1
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
Auto-disconnect Administration of XSCF remote control
Next, set up the Automatic logout by choosing "Auto-disconnect Administration of XSCF
remote control" in "Console Configuration" by number.
Examples:
Auto-disconnect Administration of XSCF remote control
Current configuration: 10
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Enter minutes to disconnect inactive user (0,1-255,q,b,t,h):0 [Return]
Auto-disconnect will be disabled.
Are you sure? (y,n):y
[Return]
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
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function improvement.
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2.2.4
XSCF Web Administration
Specify the XSCF Web administration for the XSCF Web function and specify whether access to
XSCF using the http protocol is enabled or disabled. The XSCF Web Administration are
optional.
The following table lists the settings and their functions.
Network Configuration User Account Administration Console Administration XSCF Web
Administration SNMP Administration Mail Administration REMCS Administration SSH
Administration
Table 2-4 XSCF Web Administration
Item
Enable/Disable
XSCF Web
Description
Specify whether to enable or disable http
server for XSCF Web function.
Select Locale
Specify the locale for Web pages.
Specify either of the following locales:
● C (English)
● ja (Japanese)
Specify whether to display Web pages
graphically or in text.
Specify the IP address of a host from which
access is allowed. Specify up to 16 hosts .
Appearance
of
Web Page
Access Control
Remarks
XSCF Web function is
disabled by default.
To invalidate the operation
to the swithes on remote
panel, choose
"read only mode".
The default setting is C.
Web pages are displayed
in text by default.
No default setting has
been specified.
Note:
In this case, access from
any hosts is permitted.
XSCF Web Administration menu operation
In the beginning, select "Enable/Disable XSCF Web" from "XSCF Administration" menu of the
Machine Administration Menu by its number.
Examples
XSCF Administration
1. Network Configuration
2. User Account Administration
3. Console Administration
4. XSCF Web Administration
5. SNMP Administration
6. Mail Administration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-6,q,b,t,h):4
Enable/Disable XSCF Web
Next, configure "Enable/Disable XSCF Web" in "XSCF Web Administration" menu.
Examples:
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XSCF Web Administration
1. Show Current Configuration
2. Enable/Disable XSCF Web
3. Select Locale
4. Appearance of Web Page
5. Access Control
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-5,q,b,t,h):2
[Next:]
Enable/Disable XSCF Web
Current Configuration:disable
1. Enable with read/write mode
2. Enable with read only mode
3. Disable
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,q,b,t,h):1
[Next:]
Enable/Disable XSCF Web
Current Configuration:enable with read/write mode
1. Enable with read/write mode
2. Enable with read only mode
3. Disable
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,q,b,t,h):1
Enable with read/write mode.
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
Select Locale
Next, configure "Select Locale" in "XSCF Web Administration" menu.
Examples:
Select Locale
Current Locale: C(english)
1. C(english)
2. ja(japanese)
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,q,b,t,h):2
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[Next:]
Select Locale
Current Locale: ja(japanese)
1. C(english)
2. ja(japanese)
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,q,b,t,h):2
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
Appearance of Web Page
Next, choose "Appearance of Web Page" in "XSCF Web Administration" menu.
Examples:
Appearance of Web Page
Current Appearance: Text only
1. Text only
2. Text and Images
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,q,b,t,h):2
[Next:]
Appearance of Web Page
Current Appearance: Text and Images
1. Text only
2. Text and Images
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,q,b,t,h):2
Are you sure? ?(y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
Access Control
Next, set up "Access Control" in "XSCF Web Administration" menu.
Examples:
Access Control
a. Add an Access-allowed Host
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(a,u,q,b,t,h):a
Enter the address of host 1
To clear information, just type in ‘return’ key.
Input:192.168.10.1
[Return]
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[Next:]
Access Control
1. Host 1:192.168.10.1
a. Add an Access-allowed Host
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(a,u,q,b,t,h):u
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Update was completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
When you press the return key, then it goes back to "Add an Access-allowed Host" menu.
To specify additional host, repeat same procedure.
You can change the configuration of access-allowed host as follows:
Access Control
1. Host1:192.168.10.1
2. Host2:192.168.10.2
3. Host3:192.168.10.3
a. Add an Access-allowed Host
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,a,u,q,b,t,h):3
Enter the address of host 3
To clear information, just type in ‘return’ key.
Input:
[Return]
Press the return key, here, then the screen is updated.
[Next:]
Access Control
1. Host1:192.168.10.1
2. Host2:192.168.10.2
a. Add an Access-allowed Host
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(a,u,q,b,t,h):u
Access control list will be updated.
Are you sure?(y,n):y
Update was completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
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function improvement.
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2.2.5
SNMP Administration
To use the XSCF SNMP agent function, specify settings related to the SNMP protocol. These
settings are optional.
The following table lists the settings and their functions.
Network Configuration User Account Administration Console Administration XSCF Web
Administration SNMP Administration Mail Administration REMCS Administration SSH
Administration
Table 2-5 XSCF SNMP Administration
Item
Enable/Disable SNMP
Description
Specify whether to enable or disable the SNMP
agent function.
Manage
-ment
Specify the name of the administrator.
Use up to 15 ASCII characters.
Specify the name of the system.
Use up to 15 ASCII characters.
Specify the location of the system.
Use up to 15 ASCII characters.
Specify SNMP communities. One or two
communities can be specified. Specify the
following properties:
● Community name
A community name beginning with a space is
invalid.
● Trap request
Specify whether to allow sending TRAP.
● IP address
Specify one IP address for the SNMP
manager.
Information
SysContact
SysName
SysLocation
Register community
(Up to two communities)
Delete community
Remarks
The SNMP agent function
is disabled by default.
If you enable it, be sure to
specify at least one
community.
No default setting has
been specified.
No default setting has
been specified.
No default setting has
been specified.
Use up to 11 characters to
specify
a
community
name.
No default IP address has
been specified.
Note:
Specifying 0.0.0.0 as the
IP address allows any
SNMP manager in this
community to access the
XSCF. Note, however,
that specifying 0.0.0.0
does not allow traps to be
issued.
Delete SNMP communities.
SNMP Administration menu operation
In the beginning, choose "SNMP Administration" in "XSCF Administration" menu of the
Machine Administration Menu.
Examples
XSCF Administration
1. Network Configuration
2. User Account Administration
3. Console Configuration
4. XSCF Web Administration
5. SNMP Administration
6. Mail Administration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-6,q,b,t,h):5
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Enable/Disable SNMP
Next, select "Enable/Disable SNMP" in "SNMP Administration" menu.
Examples:
SNMP Administration
1. Show Current Configuration
2. Enable/Disable SNMP
3. Management Information
4. Register Community
5. Delete Community
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-5,q,b,t,h):2
[Next:]
Enable/Disable SNMP
Current Configuration: disable
1. Enable SNMP Agent
2. Disable SNMP Agent
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,q,b,t,h):1
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
SysContact/ SysName/ SysLocation
Next, choose "Management Information" in "SNMP Administration" menu.
Examples:
Management Information
1. SysContact:name
2. SysName:
3. SysLocation:4-3F ABC
u. Setup Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,u,q,b,t,h):2
Enter SysName
To clear information, just type in ‘return’ key.
Input:Patty SCF
[Return]
[Next:]
Management Information
1. SysContact:name
2. SysName:Patty SCF
3. SysLocation:4-3F ABC
u. Setup Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,u,q,b,t,h):u
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
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Register Community
Next, select "Register Community" in "SNMP Administration" menu.
Examples:
Register Community
a. Add New Community
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(a,q,b,t,h):a
Enter community name:public
[Return]
[Next:]
Administration of Community "public"
1. SNMP Manager Address:
2. SNMP Trap Notification: disable
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,u,q,b,t,h):1
Enter SNMP Manager address:192.168.10.123
[Return]
[Next:]
Administration of Community "public"
1. SNMP Manager Address:192.168.10.123
2. SNMP Trap Notification: disable
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,u,q,b,t,h):2
[Next:]
SNMP Trap Notification
1. Enable
2. Disable
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,u,q,b,t,h):1
[Next:]
Administration of Community "public"
1. SNMP Manager Address:192.168.10.123
2. SNMP Trap Notification: enable
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,u,q,b,t,h):u
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
Hit return key
[Return]
[Return]
Please follow the instructions from menu in order to complete administration of community
"public". Then, you can add second community with using "Register Community" menu.
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Examples:
Register Community
1. public
a. Add New Community
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1,q,b,t,h):a
Configure second community "private" as well as the above-mentioned.
Delete Community
Select "Delete Community" in "SNMP Administration" menu.
The example of executing the menu of "Delete Community" as follows.
Delete Community
1. public
2. private
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select community (1-2,q,b,t,h):1
[Next:]
Delete Community
1. private
a. Add New Community
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Are you sure? (y,n):y
A community was deleted.
Hit return key
[Return]
Information
The layout and the content of the menu show a sample. It might be changed because of the
function improvement.
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2.2.6
Mail Administration
Specify the XSCF Mail Administration. This is optional.
The following table lists the settings and their functions.
Network Configuration User Account Administration Console Administration XSCF Web
Administration SNMP Administration Mail Administration REMCS Administration SSH
Administration
Table 2-6 XSCF Mail Administration
Item
Mailer setting
Server setting
Mail destination
address setting
Description
Specify whether to enable or disable the
mailer.
Specify the host name or IP address of the
SMTP server.
Up to two SMTP servers can be specified.
In addition, you can enable or disable the POP
authentication at the same time. When you
enable the POP authentication, specify the
host name or IP address of the POP
authentication server, user ID, password,
the POP waiting time.
Specify the address of a system administrator
to whom mail reports are to be delivered.
Specify multiple addresses by separating them
with a comma (,). The total number of
characters cannot exceed 255.
"From:" header
setting
Specify the mail address to be coded in the
"From:" header.
Use up to 47 ASCII characters.
This address will be used as destination of mail
delivery error notification.
Test Mail
You can conduct a mailing test.
Remarks
The mailer is disabled by
default.
No default setting has
been specified.
This setting cannot be
omitted.
No default setting has
been specified.
Note:
A mail address is "(64
characters or less) @ (64
characters or less)".
Eight addresses or less
can be specified.
Check the setting of your
cell phone if you receive
the email by the cell
phone which sets the
address restrictions.
This setting cannot be
omitted.
Example:
[email protected]
Note:
In case of mail delivery
error, such as SMTP
server cannot find out the
destination address of
mail, this delivery failure
will be informed by mail.
And, destination of this
delivery failure report will
be the address specified
in "From:" field.
Therefore,
specify
address, which surely
exists and can receive
mail.
Do NOT specify XSCF,
because XSCF can send
a mail, but cannot receive.
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Mailing test
After making the settings above, you can conduct a mailing test.
After sending a test e-mail message, confirm that the test message is delivered to the all of the
destination addresses.
Mail Administration menu operation
In the beginning, choose "Mai Administration" in "XSCF Administration" menu of the Machine
Administration Menu.
Examples
XSCF Administration
1. Network Configuration
2. User Account Administration
3. Console Administration
4. XSCF Web Administration
5. SNMP Administration
6. Mail Administration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-6,q,b,t,h):6
Mailer setting
Next, choose "Details Setup of the Mail" in "Mail Administration" menu.
report function".
Examples:
And enable the "mail
Mail Administration
1. Show Current Configuration
2. Details Setup of the Mail
3. Send Test Mail
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-3,q,b,t,h):2
[Next:]
Details Setup of the Mail
Mail Report: disable
1. Enable Mail Report (and Setup)
2. Disable Mail Report
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-2,q,b,t,h):1
Please follow the instruction of the next screen until the setting is completed.
Server setting/
Mail destination address setting/
"From:" header setting
Next, set the mail address and server .
Examples:
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Enable Mail Report (and Setup)
1. To:
2. From:
3. SMTP Server1:
4. SMTP Server2:
u. Save Configuration
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):1
[Return]
The mail address set by the Hardware Monitoring Information menu cannot be used
by XSCF. You cannot copy it.
Enter Destination Mail Address :[email protected]
[Next:]
Enable Mail Report (and setup)
1. To:[email protected]
2. From:
3. SMTP server 1:
4. SMTP server 2:
u. Setup execution.
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):2
[Return]
Enter Mail Address assigned to "From:" field :[email protected]
[Next:]
Enable Mail Report (and setup)
1. To:[email protected]
2. From:[email protected]
3. SMTP server 1:
4. SMTP server 2:
u. Setup execution.
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):3
[Return]
Do you really want to enable POP before SMTP? (y,n)y
[Return]
Enter the Host Name (or Address) of SMTP server 1
To clear information, just type in 'return' key.
Input:smtp-server
[Return]
Enter the Host Name (or Address) of POP server
To discontinue setting of SMTP server, just type in 'return' key.
Input:smtp-server
[Return]
Enter the User Name of POP server
To discontinue setting of SMTP server, just type in 'return' key.
Input:popy
[Return]
Enter the Password of POP server (You can make password empty)
Input:xxxxxxxxxx
[Return]
Re-input:xxxxxxxxxx
[Return]
Enter the POP Waiting time(500(ms)-127500(ms))
To set default time(1000(ms)), just type in 'return' key.
Input:
[Return]
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[Next:]
Enable Mail Report (and setup)
1. To:[email protected]
2. From:[email protected]
3. SMTP server 1:popy
POP server1:smtp-server
POP User1:popy
POP Waiting time1(ms):1000
4. SMTP server 2:
u. Setup execution.
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select.(1-4,u,q,b,t,h):u
[Return]
Are you sure? (y,n):y
Setting has completed.
XSCF will send test mail with new configuration.
Hit return key
[Return]
Test mail sending was requested to XSCF. Please check reception of the mail.
Hit return key
Mail address, specify multiple addresses seperated by a comma (,). The total number of
characters cannot exceed 255.
Note:
Select "Show Current Configuration" in "Mail administration" menu and check whether to have
completed the Mail report from XSCF normally. If the e-mail is not received, the mail is sent to
the destination for undelivered mail or the error logs is recorded, so check them.
Test Mail
Next, select "Send Test Mail" in "Mail administration" menu in order to conduct a mailing test.
Examples:
Send Test Mail
XSCF will send test mail with following configuration.
To:[email protected]
From:[email protected]
SMTP Server1:smtp-server POP Server1:smtp-server
SMTP Server2:
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to topmenu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------Do you execute(y,n,q,b,t,h):y
Test mail was sent.
Hit return key
[Return]
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The layout and the content of the menu show a sample. It might be changed because of the
function improvement.
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Display current configuration
To check the current configuration in each setting of “XSCF Administration”, choose "Show
Current Configuration" of each menu.
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2.2.7
REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF
Specify the REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF. This is optional.
For the settings of REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF, you need some settings on the
“REMCS agent” option of the Machine Administration Menu before. For about the setting, see
Machine Administration User’s Guide.
The following table lists the settings and their functions.
Network Configuration User Account Administration Console Administration XSCF Web
Administration SNMP Administration Mail Administration REMCS Administration SSH
Administration
Table 2-7 REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF
Item
REMCS
via
XSCF setting
Server setting
Description
Specify whether to enable or disable the
REMCS function via XSCF.
Specify the host name or IP address of the
SMTP server.
Up to two SMTP servers can be specified.
In addition, you can enable or disable the POP
authentication at the same time. When you
enable the POP authentication, specify the
host name or IP address of the POP
authentication server, user ID, password,
the POP waiting time.
Remarks
REMCS via XSCF is
disabled by default.
No default setting has
been specified.
Mailing test
After making the settings above, you can conduct a mailing test to the REMCS center. After
then, the REMCS center makes a confirmation, mail is returned to the administrator.
After sending a test e-mail message, confirm that the test message is delivered to the
administrator.
REMCS settings menu operation
In the beginning, choose "REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF" in "Remote Customer
Support System (REMCS) Setup" menu of the Machine Administration Menu.
Examples
oshostname Remote Customer Support System (REMCS) Setup menu
Series name:PRIMEPWR#P##, Model name:PW0LBS111###
Check code:MH, Serial No:345678######
1. Registration
2. REMCS Environment Setting
3. REMCS Operation
4. Change Connection Type
5. Software Investigation Information Collection
6. REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to top menu
--------------------------------------------------------------------Select one.(1-6,q,b,t,h):6
h:Help
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REMCS via XSCF settings/ Server settings
Next, choose the option number of "Update" in "REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF" menu.
And enable the "REMCS via XSCF". Then specify the server.
Examples:
oshostname REMCS Environment Setting via XSCF
*REMCS via XSCF
:Disabled
An asterisk (*) indicates an indispensable item.
1. Update
2. Send Test Mail
q:Quit b:Back to previous menu t:Go to top menu h:Help
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Select one.(1-2,q,b,t,h):1
[Return]
*REMCS via XSCF
:Disabled
Do you want to change the settings? (y,n,q):y
[Return]
REMCS via XSCF
0. Disable
1. Enable
Enter disable or enable.(0-1):1
[Return]
*SMTP Server1 name
:smtp-server
Do you want to change the settings? (y,n,q):y
[Return]
Enter new data.:smtp-server
[Return]
*SMTP Server1 name
:smtp-server
User authentication of SMTP Server1 :POP before SMTP
Do you want to change the settings? (y,n,q):y
[Return]
Authentication method for SMTP Server1
0. none
1. POP before SMTP
Enter the authentication method.(0-1):1
[Return]
*POP Server name for SMTP Server1
:smtp-server
Do you want to change the settings? (y,n,q):y
[Return]
Enter new data.:smtp-server
[Return]
*POP UserID for SMTP Server1
:popy
Do you want to change the settings? (y,n,q):y
[Return]
Enter new data.:popy
[Return]
*POP Password for SMTP Server1
:********
Do you want to change the settings? (y,n,q):y
[Return]
New password:xxxxxxxxxx
[Return]
Enter the new password again.
New password:xxxxxxxxxx
[Return]
SMTP Server2 name
:
Do you want to change the settings? (y,n,q):n
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[Next:]
Write Environment Setting to XSCF
*REMCS via XSCF
:Enabled
*SMTP Server1 name
:smtp-server
User authentication of SMTP Server1
:POP before SMTP
*POP Server name for SMTP Server1
:smtp-server
*POP UserID for SMTP Server1
:popy
*POP Password for SMTP Server1
:********
SMTP Server2 name
:
An asterisk (*) indicates an indispensable item.
1. Write Environment Setting to XSCF
2. Update
---------------------------------------------------------------------Select one.(1-2,q):1
[Return]
Environment Setting was written to XSCF.
Now sending test mail to REMCS center via XSCF.
Wait for a while.......
After the REMCS Center makes a confirmation, mail is returned to the administrator.
Press any key.
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2.2.8
SSH Administration
Specify the SSH function of XSCF. This is optional.
The following table lists the settings and their functions.
Network Configuration User Account Administration Console Administration XSCF Web
Administration SNMP Administration Mail Administration REMCS Administration SSH
Administration
Table 2-8 XSCF SSH Administration
Item
Host
Key
setting
SSH setting
Description
Download the Host key to XSCF.
Specify whether to enable or disable the SSH
function.
Remarks
The temporary host key is
set by default.
The SSH function is
disabled by default.
Supporting SSH protocol
The XSCF supports both SSH1(:SSH Protocol Version 1) and SSH2(:SSH Protocol Version 2).
The following table lists the setting value of SSH in XSCF.
Table 2-9 XSCF SSH Setting value
Item
Server
Key
Regeneration
Interval
Server Key Bits
Encryption
Algorithms
MAC Algorithms
Data
Compression
3600 seconds
Description
Remarks
Used by SSH1.
768 bits
Used by SSH1.
“3des-cbc,blowfish-cbc”
“hmac-md5,hmac-sha1”
Used by SSH2.
Enabled
Supporting SSH cliant
The XSCF supports the below SSH cliants.
―
―
―
―
Solaris Secure Shell
Open SSH
PuTTY
TTSSH (SSH plug-in for Tera Term Pro)
Host Key Settings
For doing the host authentication of XSCF in SSH protocol, it explains the method of
generating a host key and downloading it to XSCF.
It is necessary to generate the host key beforehand in the workstation which installed Solaris
Secure Shell or Open SSH. Generate SSH1 host key and SSH2 host key.
For information about installing or using Solaris Secure Shell and Open SSH, please refer to
the manual of each product.
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● To generate the SSH1 host key in the workstation which installed Solaris Secure Shell or
Open SSH, do the following:
# ssh-keygen -t rsa1
Generating public/private rsa1 key pair.
Enter file in which to save the key (/home/user/.ssh/identity): ssh1.key
Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase):
Enter same passphrase again:
Your identification has been saved in ssh1.key.
Your public key has been saved in ssh1.key.pub.
The key fingerprint is:
90:37:16:e0:cb:67:13:68:61:dc:17:0f:7f:2c:57:b7 [email protected]
The host key is generated without a passphrase.
The Privete key is downloaded to XSCF, and the public key is not downloaded.
● To generate the SSH2 host key in the workstation which installed Solaris Secure Shell or
Open SSH, do the following:
# ssh-keygen -t rsa
Generating public/private rsa key pair.
Enter file in which to save the key (/home/user/.ssh/identity): ssh2.key
Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase):
Enter same passphrase again:
Your identification has been saved in ssh2.key.
our public key has been saved in ssh2.key.pub.
The key fingerprint is:
2c:97:ab:7f:a9:be:5a:08:54:82:1f:cd:42:e5:64:2b [email protected]
The host key is generated without a passphrase.
The Privete key is downloaded to XSCF, and the public key is not downloaded.
Next, it explains the method of using xscf_dl_sshdata command and downloading the
generated host key to XSCF.
When you use the xscf_dl_sshdata command, you need to disable the SSH function of XSCF
in the SSH Administration(The SSH function is disabled by default.).
● To download the host key generated by xscf_dl_sshdata command to XSCF, do the
following: The file extension of the download host key is “.key”.
# /opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -set1 ssh1.key -set2 ssh2.key
● To check the downloaded host key, do the following:
# /opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -status
TYPE FILE
SIZE
TIME
----- ------------------- ---------- ------------------------------SSH1 ssh1.key
1024byte
Fri Jun 20 09:00:00 JST 2003
SSH2 ssh2.key
1536byte
Fri Jun 20 09:00:00 JST 2003
● To delete the downloaded host key, do the following:
# /opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -clr1
# /opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -clr2
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Note:
The host key disappears when the system board is replaced. When you replace the system
board, please download the host key again. Even if a host key disappears, you can use the
SSH function by using the temporary host key which is pre-configured key in XSCF.
But the temporary host key is the model common host key, so It cannot be said that it is
secure. Therefore, when using the temporary host key, it limits only at the time of instaling
server or replacing system board.
Usually, we recommend that you shoul download the generated host key by above process.
In addition, the fingerprint of the temporary host key is as below.
SSH1 fingerprint:7e:03:97:36:f0:63:63:54:11:78:48:11:ab:2f:70:9e
SSH2 fingerprint:8a:4b:26:91:8f:d7:31:c2:8f:20:8e:36:45:d6:70:dd
Note:
The following is a reference of the xscf_dl_sshdata command on the Machine Administration
function.
NAME
xscf_dl_sshdata - download the key for SSH of XSCF
SYNOPSIS
/opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -set1 file
/opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -set2 file
/opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -set1 file -set2 file
/opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -clr1
/opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -clr2
/opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -status
DESCRIPTION
The xscf_dl_sshdata command controls the key for SSH of XSCF.
Registration of key, deletion of registration key, display of
registration key information.
OPERANDS
-set1
The key data for SSH(Version1) specified by "file" is registered to XSCF.
It is necessary to contain extension ".key" in the file name.
It is possible to specify this option simultaneously with the -set2 option.
-set2
The key data for SSH(Version2) specified by "file" is registered to XSCF.
It is necessary to contain extension ".key" in the file name.
It is possible to specify this option simultaneously with the -set1 option.
-clr1
The key data for SSH(Version1) registered in XSCF are deleted.
It is impossible to specify this option simultaneously with the -clr2 option.
-clr2
The key data for SSH(Version2) registered in XSCF are deleted.
It is impossible to specify this option simultaneously with the -clr1 option.
-status
Information of the key data for SSH registered in XSCF is displayed
EXAMPLES
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Download of the key data for SSH
# /opt/FJSVhwr/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -set1 xxxxx.key -set2 yyyyy.key
Deletion of the key data for SSH(Version1)
# /opt/FJSVhwr/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -clr1
Deletion of the key data for SSH(Version2)
# /opt/FJSVhwr/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -clr2
Display of information on key data
# /opt/FJSVhwr/sbin/xscf_dl_sshdata -status
TYPE FILE
SIZE
TIME
----- ------------------- ---------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------SSH1 xxxxx.key
1000byte
Wed May 28 19:30:30 JST 2003
SSH2 yyyyy.key
500byte
Wed May 28 19:30:30 JST 2003
NOTE
Only the super user can execute this command.
The file name is within 15 characters which contain the extension.
The small letter or the number can be used for the file name.
It is necessary to contain extension ".key" in the key file name.
The size of the key file should be the following.
1 byte - 2048 bytes
When the key data are resigtered or deleted, it is necessary to invalidate all
ports for SSH.
EXIT STATUS
0: Normal end.
>0: An error occurred.
SSH Settings
Need the several settings for using the SSH function in each functions, Standard console,
Read-only console and XSCF shell.
In addition, you have to set whether to use telnet or SSH in each functions by command on
the Machine Administration Menu.
The Explain of the Setting as follows.
● In “Console Administration” menu of the Machine Administration Menu, specify the
following: (It is the same when using telnet.)
― Specify “LAN port” in “Select Standard Console”.
― Specify “Enable” in “Access Control of Read-only Console”.
― Specify “Enable” in “Access Control of ”XSCF remote control”.
For more information of settings, see the section “Console Administration”.
● In the Machine Administration function, set the SSH function by using xscf_setssh
command.
When you want to use the SSH function by Standard console, Read-only console and XSCF
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shell in all, issue the following command.
# /opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_setssh RW enable RO enable SCF enable
When you specify whether to enable or disable the SSH function independently for every
function of Standard console, Read-only console and XSCF shell, issue the following
command. The SSH settings of the function which omitted specification do not change.
# /opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/xscf_setssh RW enable SCF disable
● When you want to see the telnet or the SSHsettings status, use the scfstat command.
The following is an example of command execution.
# /opt/FJSVmadm/sbin/scfstat console
console:LAN
inet:xx.xx.xx.xx mask:yy.yy.yy.yy gateway:zz.zz.zz.zz
hostname:name.domain
dns:ww.ww.ww.ww
RW-port:enable(SSH)
RO-port:disable
SCF-port:enable
timeout:disable
Note:
When the version of Machine Administration function’ does not correspond to the SSH settings
of XSCF, it is displayed as "disable" in each function which was set to enable SSH in “Show
Current Configuration” of “Console Administration” on the Machine Administration Menu.
Note:
The following is a reference of the xscf_setssh command on the Machine Administration
function.
NAME
xscf_setssh - enabeles or disables the SSH function of XSCF
SYNOPSIS
/usr/sbin/FJSVmadm/xscf_setssh
[RW {enable|disable}] [RO {enable|disable}] [SCF {enable|disable}]
DESCRIPTION
The xscf_setssh command enables or disables the SSH fucntion of XSCF.
To use the SSH function, it is nessessary to have permitted the use of the telnet
port of a pertinent function.
OPERANDS
RW
The SSH function of the Standard Console port is set
RO
The SSH function of the Read-only Console port is set
SCF
The SSH function of the XSCF-sh port is set
enable
enables the SSH function of the specified port.
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disable
disables the SSH function of the specified port.
EXIT STATUS
0: Normal end.
>0: An error occurred.
NOTE
To use the SSH function, it is neccessary to have permitted the use of the telnet
port of a pertinent function by Machine Administration menu beforehand.
Until the SSH function is made effective by this command, the communication
is done by telnet protocol.
Next: "Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF to Terminal"
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Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF or Server
This chapter explains the procedure for connecting consoles or terminals to have a access to
XSCF, for connecting from UPC or to PC , and for construct RCI network.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
3.1 Connecting Terminals to XSCF
3.2 Types of XSCF Connection
3.3 Connecting XSCF to a PC and UPC
3.4 Connecting of RCI
3.4.1 Basic configration
3.4.2 Cluster Configration
3.4.3 Method of constructing RCI
3.5 How to change the input-output destination of OS console to tty-a
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3.1
Connecting Terminals to XSCF
XSCF offers function to monitor and control the status of the system from terminals connected
over LAN and/or to serial port, tty-a. This section describes the modes for connecting terminals
and the procedure for connecting them to XSCF from a remote console. For the initial settings
for connection to XSCF, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
Terminal modes for connecting to XSCF
The following figure shows the terminal operating modes for connection to XSCF.
Figure 3-1 Operating modes for connection to XSCF
Note:
We strongly recommend that you should set the input-output destination of the OS console to
the tty-a (Especially, when you use the graphic card). For more detail about changing the
console to "tty-a", see "Chapter3 Connecting XSCF or Server".
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Port types and connected terminal types
As shown in Figure 3-1, the ports that XSCF can be connected are the two ports listed below.
For the output destination of the OS console (standard console),use the "Console
Administration" of the Machine Administration Menu to select one or the other. The default port
when it's shipped from factory is the serial port (tty-a). The XSCF function operates the same
way on both ports. Note, however, that the XSCF Web function cannot be used on a PC and
workstation connected only to the serial port (tty-a) .
● Serial port (tty-a)
When a terminal is connected to the serial port (tty-a), the XSCF shell can be used.
● Ethernet
The XSCF shell can be used when telnet or SSH on a terminal is connected to
Ethernet (LAN port hereafter). In addition, you can use the XSCF Web function, if
enabled, from a web browser.
The following table lists the types of terminals connected to each port shown in Figure 3-1 and
the port numbers.
Table 3-1 Connected terminal types
Port
LAN port
Terminal type
● Terminal dedicated to XSCF shell
― You can use the XSCF shell with telnet or SSH
connection (You may have to specify TCP/IP port
number to your telnet or SSH program).
― You can use either telnet or SSH at the same
momemnt.
― Only one user can use these port at the same
momemnt.
Note: After login, if the XSCF shell has not been accessed for
a predetermined time, the user is forcibly logged out.
● Standard console (OS console)
― OS console enabled for input and output.
― You can use either telnet or SSH at the same
momemnt.
― Only one user can use these port at the same
momemnt.
● Read-only console
― OS console used for display only.
― You can use either telnet or SSH at the same
momemnt.
― Two users can use telnet “8011” port. And one user
can use telnet “8013” port.
― Only one user can use SSH in each port at the same
momemnt.
Port number
telnet : 8010
SSH : 8810
telnet : 23
SSH : 22
Note:
When you use the
Standard console via
LAN port, please set
the Standard console
to the "LAN port" by
the
"Console
Administration"
of
the
Machine
Administration Menu.
telnet : 8011,
8013
SSH : 8811,
8812
Note:
the
“8011”
port
(2 connection can be
used.) is used for
only
the
cluster
control
software
when you use the
cluster
control
software.
The “8013” port is
used for only the
remote console port..
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● When a URI is specified in the browser, the XSCF Web
function can be used.
Serial port
(tty-a)
● XSCF shell terminal
― The XSCF shell can be used by entering a keyword
for XSCF.
― Screen switching to and from the standard console
can be done.
Note: After login, if the XSCF shell has not been accessed for
a predetermined time, the user is forcibly logged out.
● Standard console
― OS console input and output is enabled. Note,
however, that the standard console cannot use the
XSCF shell in a telnet connection.
― Screen switching to and from the standard console
can be done.
SSL : 443
-
Note:
Please
set
the
Standard console to
the "serial port" by
the
"Console
Administration"
of
the
Machine
Administration Menu.
(The default port
when it's shipped
from factory is the
serial port (tty-a). )
Note:
For a single server, since no more than a total of two terminals can be connected at the same
time to the XSCF shell via the serial port (tty-a) and the LAN port, only two users can use the
XSCF shell at the same time.
Caution:
When using the XSCF shell simultaneously on the LAN port and serial port, note the following:
● If different power or reset instructions are received from the ports, the previous operation,
such as power-off after power-on, may be canceled.
Connecting to XSCF using telnet via the LAN port
The procedure described in this section assumes that the XSCF initial settings described in
"Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF" have been completed. For the connections between XSCF and
PC/workstation with LAN cable, see the User's Manual for the server.
The following is the procedure for connecting to a terminal using telnet via the LAN port:
1. Make sure that the LAN cable from the HUB is connected to the SCF-LAN port connector
on the rear of the server. Comfirm the secure connection to the PC or workstation, also.
2. On the PC or workstation to be used, use one of the following procedures:
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● Connecting to a terminal dedicated to the XSCF shell:
Figure 3-2 Example of activating the terminal emulator
1) To establish a telnet connection, activate the terminal emulator and specify the IP
address of XSCF and port number 8010.
2) Enter the ID and password to start the XSCF shell.
3) Make sure that the XSCF shell prompt (SCF>) is displayed.
4) The XSCF shell can now be used.
Note:
You can connect to the XSCF shell even when the power of the system is off.
● Connecting to the "Standard console"(OS console):
1) If the server is off, turn it on to start the OS.
2) To establish a telnet connection, activate the telnet cliant and specify the IP
address of XSCF and port number 23.
3) Enter the ID and password.
4) Make sure that the terminal becomes the OS console for which input and output
are enabled.
Caution:
When you use the Standard console via LAN port, please set the Standard console to the
"LAN port" by the "Console Administration" of the Machine Administration Menu.
Note:
When you send a Break, the break signal is issued to the server
Connecting to XSCF using SSH via the LAN port
The procedure described in this section assumes that the XSCF initial settings described in
"Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF" have been completed. For the connections between XSCF and
PC/workstation with LAN cable, see the User's Manual for the server.
The following is the procedure for connecting to a terminal using SSH via the LAN port:
1. Make sure that the LAN cable from the HUB is connected to the SCF-LAN port connector
on the rear of the server. Comfirm the secure connection to the PC or workstation, also.
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2. On the PC or workstation to be used, use one of the following procedures:
● Connecting to a terminal dedicated to the XSCF shell:
1) To establish a SSH connection, activate the SSH cliant and specify the IP address
of XSCF and port number 8810.
2) Enter the ID and password to start the XSCF shell.
3) Make sure that the XSCF shell prompt (SCF>) is displayed.
4) The XSCF shell can now be used.
Note:
You can connect to the XSCF shell even when the power of the system is off.
● Connecting to the "Standard console"(OS console):
1) If the server is off, turn it on to start the OS.
2) To establish a SSH connection, activate the SSH cliant and specify the IP address
of XSCF and port number 22.
3) Enter the ID and password.
4) Make sure that the terminal becomes the OS console for which input and output
are enabled.
Caution:
When you use the Standard console via LAN port, please set the Standard console to the
"LAN port" by the "Console Administration" of the Machine Administration Menu.
Note:
When you send a Break, the break signal is issued to the server
Connecting to XSCF via the serial port (tty-a)
The following is the procedure for connecting to a terminal via the serial port (tty-a).
1. Make sure that the serial cable is connected to the serial port (tty-a) connector on the
rear of the server and connected securely to the PC or workstation.
2. Check whether the following are set on the terminal software.
Baud rate :9600bps, Data length :8 bit,
No flow control, Delay:Except for 0.
No parity,
STOP bit :1 bit,
The following is the setting Example:
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Figure 3-3 Example of setting of terminal software
Note:
Please increase the delay, when you cannot connect well.
3. On the PC or workstation, use one of the following procedures:
● Connecting to a terminal dedicated to the XSCF shell:
1) To use the XSCF shell terminal, enter the keyword, which is a tilde plus a period
(~.). This combination is the default value. For changing the keyword, see
"Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
2) Enter the ID and password to start the XSCF shell.
3) Make sure that the XSCF shell prompt (SCF>) is displayed.
4) The XSCF shell can now be used.
Note:
Even though the server is off, the XSCF shell can be used.
● Connecting to the "Standard console"(OS console):
1) If the server is off, turn it on to start the OS.
2) Make sure that the terminal becomes the OS console for which input and output is
enabled immediately after power-on.
Caution:
When you use the Standard console via serial port (tty-a), please set the Standard console to
the "serial port" by the "Console Administration" of the Machine Administration Menu.
(The default port when it's shipped from factory is the serial port (tty-a). )
Note:
When you send a Break, the break signal is issued to the server
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Switching between "XSCF shell" and "Standard console" (only for serial port)
You can switch the purpose of terminal from "Standard console" to "XSCF shell" or vice versa.
This switching is only valid on serial port (tty-a) connection.
The following is the switching procedure:
1. On the XSCF shell terminal screen, execute the exit command to switch to the standard
console.
2. To switch from the standard console to the XSCF shell, enter a tilde and a period
(~.)(default value).
Processing for switching the standard console port (OS console)
When XSCF shell terminals and standard consoles are connected to both LAN ports and
serial ports (tty-a) as shown in Figure 3-1, the output destination port of the standard console
screen can be switched with the Machine Administration Menu. Since, unlike an XSCF shell
terminal, a standard console cannot be used via both ports at the same time, be sure to select
one or other of the ports.
For the Machine Administration Menu used to select ports, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
● To change the output destination of the standard console connected via the LAN port to
the serial port (tty-a), use the following procedure:
1. On a Standard console that is connected to LAN port, start up the Machine Administration
Menu. use the "Console Administration" option of the XSCF Administration Menu to set
the output destination of the standard console to the "serial port".
2. From that point, the standard console connected via the LAN port does not display the
console. Make sure that the standard console terminal connected via the serial port
(tty-a) displays the console.
● To change the output destination of the standard console connected via the serial port
(tty-a) to the LAN port, use the following procedure:
1. On a Standard console that is connected to serial port, start up the Machine
Administration Menu. use the "Console Administration" option of the XSCF Administration
Menu to set the output destination of the standard console to the "LAN port".
2. From that point, the standard console connected via the serial port (tty-a) does not
display the console. Make sure that the standard console terminal connected via the
LAN port displays the console.
Note:
If the Machine Administration Menu cannot be used or the console cannot be used via LAN
port, please use the Console you can access from PC which is directly connected to XSCF by
serial port (tty-a). Then login to the XSCF Shell and set the console to "serial" with
"set-console-device" command.
● To change the output destination of the standard console connected via the LAN port to
the serial port (tty-a) forcibly when you don’t set up “User Account Administration”, use
the following procedure:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Power off the server.
Connect the console terminal to the serial port(tty-a).
Set the mode switch on the server front panel to UNLOCK mode.
Push the Power switch button for 10 seconds or more. The ONLINE LED and the
CHECK LED on the front panel blink several times. This means that the standard
console change to the serial port(tty-a).
5. Make sure that the standard console terminal connected via the serial port(tty-a) displays
the console.
Next: 3.2 Types of XSCF Connection
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3.2
Types of XSCF Connection
This section describes the types of XSCF connection.
Connecting XSCF to the LAN port (recommended)
XSCF is connected to the SCF-LAN port. The Ethernet connection used for XSCF
connection is shown in Figure 3-1. When XSCF is connected via the LAN, the XSCF functions
listed below can be fully used. For the summary of these functions, see "Chapter1 Overview of
XSCF".
●
●
●
●
XSCF shell function
XSCF Web function
SNMP agent function
Mail report function
[1] Intranet connection
Figure 3-4 Intranet connection
When you use the XSCF Shell, you can have high security by using SSH not telnet.
The XSCF Web function uses the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to provide authentication
security.
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[2] Connection via an external network
Figure 3-5 Connection of external Internet using VPN communication
For the security reason, using Virtual Private Network, VPN, as for external network is strongly
recommended.
Connecting XSCF to the serial port (tty-a)
You can use XSCF by connecting to the serial port (tty-a). The XSCF connection to the serial
port is also shown in Figure 3-1. The following XSCF functions are available when it is
connected to the serial port. Also listed the advantage of such a connection.
● XSCF shell function
● Advantageous when connection to the LAN is not desirable for reasons of security
Connecting XSCF to both the LAN port and the serial port (tty-a)
XSCF is connected to both the LAN port and the serial port (tty-a). This type of connection is
also shown in Figure 3-1. XSCF, when connected to both ports, has the following advantage in
addition to the functions described for connection to the LAN port:
● Multiple users can use the XSCF shell function.
Next: 3.3 Connecting XSCF to a PC and UPC
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3.3
Connecting XSCF to a PC and UPC
It describes how to connect XSCF with PC and UPC(UPS I/F).
Figure 3-6
Connected chart of UPC, PC
Use PC I/F when the power supply of the server is turned on from the input-output
device(power supply control box etc.).
Use UPC(UPS I/F) to request shut down of the system promptly from UPS to defend the
server from voltage reduction or black out of commercial power source.
Note:
Power supply control box may not be available in your area due to voltage difference.
Next: 3.4 Connecting of RCI
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3.4
Connecting of RCI
Use the RCI interface to control the power supply of the servers and the I/O devices
composed with the cluster. This section explains the connection method.
For the initialization when RCI is connected with XSCF, refer to "How to configuring RCI
3.4.3".
3.4.1
Basic Configuration
The case where two or more IO devices are connected with one server is indicated as
follows.;
Figure 3-7 connection chart of basic configuration
Connect the RCI cable to each device with T-branch connector.
Connect the RCI terminator with T divergence connector which becomes both ends of the RCI
connection.
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3.4.2
Cluster Configuration
The case where two or more I/O devices are connected with two or more servers is indicated
as follows.;
Figure 3-8 Connected chart of cluster configuration
Connect the server with both ends of the RCI connection.
The case where two or more servers share disk file unit (File disk Enclosure: FDE) by the SCSI
connection:
By connecting the servers and FDEs with RCI, FDEs are turned on if the server which is
turned on exists. FDEs are turned off when all servers are turned off.
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3.4.3
How to Configure RCI
Only our trained field engineer allowed to do following RCI related maintenance.
The following operations are necessary to use RCI.
Operate it at the ok prompt of OBP.
1. Check the present RCI configuration, and the address of the server.
{0} ok rci-config
HOST
address: 000f7f00 mode:20a0 status:00000000
------------------------------------------------------------------LIST
address status device-class sub-class
― [HOST]address: address of the server (000f7f00 is the initial value of address)
― [HOST]mode: mode of power supply for remote control (*1)
― status: state of device identified by address displayed in the same row (*2)
2. Operate the RCI configuration.
{0} ok rci-config 1 1
Setting server ID=1
{0} ok rci-configio-init
Normal End
― rci-config n n : n is the host number (the integer number from 1 to 15)
― rci-configio-init : Start the configuration process.
("...." is displayed while processing it.)
3. Check the information of setting.
{0} ok rci-config
HOST
address: 000101ff mode:20a0 status:80000000
LIST
address status device-class sub-class
000101ff 98
0001
0a
003001ff 90
0400
05
003002ff 90
0200
02
002007ff 90
0800
01
{0} ok
― device-class: device type code (*3)
― sub-class: device type detailed code
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(*1)~(*3) is as follows.
(*1)
[1] bit1
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
the system reset instruction can be received
(1 : enable to receive)
bit2 the forced power off instruction can be sent
(1 : enable to send)
bit3
Automatic power-on prohibition mode after the forced power off can be set
(1 : unable to start)
bit4 shutdown instruction can be received
(1 : enable to receive)
bit5 shutdown instruction can be sent
(1 : enable to send)
bit6 instruction to turn on power can be received
(1 : enable to receive)
bit7 instruction to turn on power can be sent
(1 : enable to send)
bit13 instruction to turn on power can be received from PC I/F
(1 : enable to receive)
(*2)
[9] bit0-3
[10] bit29
[11] bit31
the result of configured RCI
(0 : normal / Excluding 0 : abnormal)
the state of configuring RCI
(1 : now configuring RCI)
the state of RCI operation
(1 : active)
(*3)
0001: Server
0200: Power controller
0400: Disk file unit
0800: Line switch device
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3.5 How to change the input-output destination of OS console to tty-a
3.5
How
to
change
the
input-output
destination of OS console to tty-a
It describes how to change the input-output destination of the OS console to the tty-a.
"tty-a" should be used as console to access console via SCF-LAN or serial port(tty-a). In
addition to this, ipl-log and panic-log, which is collected by XSCF, is availabe only when output of
console is "tty-a".
To enable XSCF as the Standard console(OS console) device, you must do the following
operation from [1] to [3]:
Note:
When you use the graphic card, we strongly recommend that you should do as below.
[1] Changing the environment variable properties of NVRAM.
1. Change the "MAINTENANCE mode" on the MODE SWITCH of the server operation
panel.
2. Power on the server and enter the following commands at the ok prompt on the Console:
ok setenv input-device ttya
ok setenv output-device ttya
3. Enter the following command and check the information as below.
ok printenv
input-device ttya
output-device ttya
4. These properties take effect after the next server reset.
[For your information]
When graphic card is installed, default values of "input-device" and "output-device" are as
follows:
input-device keyboard (Keyboard directly connected system)
output-device screen (Graphic board)
Therefore, if keyboard and graphic board are mounted on the server, they are used as the
standard console. If not mounted, the options are not valid and ttya is the standard console.
[2] Modify the Console definition of CDE.
1. Start up the OS by single user mode.
2. Update the next file.
/usr/dt/config/Xservers
Change "Console" to "none" in the last line of this file.
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#:0 Local [email protected] root/usr/openwin/bin/Xsun :0 -nobanner
:0 Local [email protected] root/usr/openwin/bin/Xsun :0 –nobanner
3. This configuration takes effect after the next server reset.
[3] Stop the port monitor(ttymon) when the console is set to the basic serial port.
1. Start up the OS by single user mode.
2. Enter the following commands.
# /usr/lib/saf/sac -t 300 &
# /usr/sbin/pmadm -d -p zsmon -s ttya
3. This configuration takes effect after the next server reset.
[Caution]
After you perfom the operation[2], the result is that CDE screen is not "Console", anymore, so,
you can't log in from this screen by root.
Use following configuration to allow root to sign on from CDE, if needed:
1. Log in from the tty terminal.
2. Perform the below setting and you can log in from the CDE.
Update file : /etc/default/login
Changing : Coment out the 15th line of this file as below.
"CONSOLE=/dev/console"
Next: "Chapter4 How to Use the Remote Panels"
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Chapter 4 How to Use the Remote Panel
This chapter describes the Remote Panel that can be used on the XSCF Web function and
explains how to use them.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Overview of the Remote Panel
How to Use the Remote Panel
LED Indicators on the Remote Panel
Differences from the Operating Panel
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4.1
Overview of the Remote Panel
By accessing the remote Panel from the XSCF Web function page view, you can check the LED
indicators to determine the operating status of the server and can control server power from a
remote location. The remote Panel provide Web browser-based access to the server's operating
panel that are in the front and the rear of server (front panel and back panel hereafter). You can
also use the XSCF shell commands on the XSCF console to control remote operation of the server
and to identify the LED states.
For information about the XSCF Web function, see "Chapter5 How to Use the XSCF Web
Function".
For information about the operating Panel, see the User’s Manual for the server.
For information about the XSCF shell commands, see "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF
Command Shell".
Table 4-1 outlines the remote Panel.
Table 4-1 Remote panel components
Component
Description
Indicates the states of the three LEDs:
― POWER LED: Indicates whether the power of the server is
on.
― ONLINE LED: Indicates whether the server has been started
up.
― CHECK LED: Indicates error of the server and the location of
the server.
Front panel
Has three buttons for performing operations:
― Power switch: Turns power to the server on and off.
― Reset switch: Resets the server.
― Request switch: Instructs the system to output an OS dump.
Note:
To enable these three switches, specify “Enable with read/write mode”
at the optton of “XSCF Web Administration” of “XSCF Administration”
in Machine Administration Menu. In addition to, log in XSCF with
root-level authority.
Back panel
Message window
Indicates one of the three states to which the mode switch is currently
set:
― LOCK mode
― UNLOCK mode
― MAINTENANCE mode
Indicates the states of two LEDs:
― CHECK LED: Indicates a server error and the location of the
error.
― SCF Ready LED: Indicates the initial state of XSCF.
Displays a message.
Figure 4-1 shows the remote Panel.
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Figure 4-1 Remote Panel
Next: 4.2 How to Use the Remote Panel
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4.2
How to Use the Remote Panel
This section explains how to use the remote Panel.
Before using the remote Panel
Before using the remote Panel, be sure to specify the following:
● Network settings and Console settings for enabling XSCF
● User account settings for authentication on the Web
● http settings for enabling the XSCF Web function
The http settings specify the names of hosts to which access is permitted,
whether the remote panel is to be displayed graphically or in text, and
whether operations against switches are allowed.
Note:
To enable the switch operation, specify “Enable with read/write mode” at the optton of
“XSCF Web Administration” of “XSCF Administration” in Machine Administration Menu. In
addition to, log in XSCF with root-level authority. For more information about settings, see
“Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF”.
● Mailer settings for immediate reporting by mail to users of problems that occur while the
remote Panel are being used.
For details of the settings, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF" and "Chapter5 How to Use the
XSCF Web Function".
Accessing the remote Panel
1. On a console connected to the SCF-LAN port, open a browser page and enter the specified
host name to make access to XSCF.
2. The XSCF top page is displayed.
3. Click "login" button on the top page, then log in to XSCF using the user account.
4. Select the remote Panel from the displayed index.
Operating the switches
Figure 4-1 shows the switch buttons and the mode switch on the remote Panel.
The switches are listed below:
Power switch
Reset switch
Request switch
Mode switch (slide switch)
-
Power switch
Click the power-switch button on the front remote panel to turn server power on and off. To be
able to performe this switch operation, set “Enable with read/write mode” and log in XSCF with
root-level authority.
When you turn on the server power, the following events occur:
1) The POWER LED on the front panel light immediately. However, there is a possibility
of not lighting at once according to the setting.
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2) The ONLINE LED on the front panel blinks when the power-on sequence has been
successfully completed.
When you turn off the server power, the following events occur:
1) The ONLINE LED on the front panel starts blinking immediately.
2) Only the SCF Ready LED remains on. The other LEDs go off when the power-off
sequence is completed successfully. However, there is a possibility that POWER
LED does not go off at once according to the setting. Moreover, there is a case that
the Check LED keep blinking when the trouble has already been found in the server..
Note:
Whenever you control the power from the front remote panel, the Web browser window is
refreshed at intervals of about 10 seconds.
If you cannot power the server on or off using the power switch, do the following:
1) Confirm that the SCF Ready LED on the back panel is green.
Reset switch
Press the reset-switch button on the front remote panel to reset the server. To be able to performe
this switch operation, set “Enable with read/write mode” and log in XSCF with root-level authority.
When you click the reset-switch button, the following events occur:
1) The ONLINE LED on the front panel blinks.
2) The ONLINE LED on the front panel lights as soon as the reset sequence is
completed successfully.
Note
The reset switch resets the system. Therefore, pushing the reset switch is prohibited for usual
operation. Please push the request switch and execute the crash dump when the system has
been no responses etc or it is necessary to reset the system unavoidably. After the crash dump is
gathered, the system is reset.
Whenever you reset the server, the Web browser window is refreshed at intervals of about 10
seconds.
Resetting the server while the OS is running can damage the disk containing the OS. Use care
when using the reset switch on the front remote panel.
Request switch
Press the request-switch button on the front remote panel to request output of an crash dump to
OS. To be able to performe this switch operation, set “Enable with read/write mode” and log in
XSCF with root-level authority.
Note
The request switch causes the system panic for the crash dump collection. This operation is a
maintenance operation of the system investigation etc. , and has the possibility of destroying the
file system when panic is requested while OS is accessing the file system. Therefore, please do
not operate it, except when it is necessary to gather the crash dump due to the system
investigation purpose or the abnormality such as without the response from the system. The crash
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dump might not be able to be gathered according to the state of the system.
Mode switch
The mode switch on the front remote panel indicates the state of the slide switch on the server's
front panel.
Note that you cannot set the mode switch to LOCK, UNLOCK, or MAINTENANCE on the front
remote panel.
Checking the states of the LEDs
You can determine the status of server operation by checking the LEDs.
Viewing messages
The kinds of information listed below are displayed on the remote Panel. For information about
the logs listed below, see "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
● Error log messages
● Power log messages
● History of panel messages displayed
Next: 4.3 LED Indicators on the Remote Panel
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4.3
LED Indicators on the Remote Panel
The LEDs listed below are mounted on the front panel and back panel shown in Figure 4-1. This
section explains of the LED indicators on the remote Panel. These indicators have the same
meaning as the LED indicators on the operating Panel. For details of the LEDs, see the User’s
Manual for the server.
- POWER LED
- ONLINE LED
- CHECK LED
- SCF Ready LED
Before checking the LEDs
Turning the power on or off or resetting the server from the front remote panel refreshes the XSCF
Web browser page at intervals of about 10 seconds. If necessary, the user must manually refresh
the browser page.
POWER LED
The POWER LED on the front remote panel is green when it is on. Refresh the Web browser
page, then check the POWER LED to determine whether server power is on or off. While
system is working, the POWER LED is green. You can determine the operating status of the
server by checking the POWER LED together with the other LEDs.
ONLINE LED
The ONLINE LED on the front remote panel is green when it is on. When the server has been
turned on, the ONLINE LED lights intermittently until the system successfully completes the
power-on sequence. When the server is turned off, the ONLINE LED also lights intermittently.
Like the POWER LED, the ONLINE LED is green while system is working. You can
determine the operating status of the server by checking the ONLINE LED together with the
other LEDs.
CHECK LED
The CHECK LED on the front remote panel is amber when it is on. The CHECK LED indicates
a server error. Both the CHECK LED on the operating panel and the one on the front remote
panel blink when there is a server error. When server operation is normal, the CHECK LED is off.
You can determine the operating status of the server by checking the CHECK LED together with
the other LEDs.
When more than one same type of system is installed in the same area, it may be difficult to find
out the target system. By checking the CHECK LED, it will be more easier to find target faulty
machine.
In addition to this, by using command on XSCF shell, you can change the status of CHECK
LED to "on" or "blink". And, you may easily find target machine, even when it does not have any
faulty components, by check LED. The remote Panel can also be used to identify the server.
For the XSCF shell commands that are used to check the LEDs, see "Chapter6 How to Use the
XSCF Command Shell".
SCF Ready LED
The SCF Ready LED on the remote panel is green when it is on. When power has been turned on,
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the SCF Ready LED blinks throughout the system power-on sequence. The blinking indicates that
XSCF is being initialized. When the system power-on sequence is completed, the SCF Ready
LED lights. When power is turned off, the SCF Ready LED remains on until the power-off
sequence has been completed. Like the POWER LED and the ONLINE LED, the SCF Ready LED
is green while system is working. You can determine the operating status of the server by
checking the SCF Ready LED together with the other LEDs.
For information about the server status and LED indications, see the User’s Manual for the server.
Next: 4.4 Differences from the Operating Panel
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4.4
Differences from the Operating Panel
This section describes the differences in indications and operations between the remote Panel
and the operating Panel.
Table 4-2 lists these difference by component.
Table 4-2 Remote panel and operating panel differences
Compone
nt
Indication/operation
Three LED status indicators:
― POWER LED
― ONLINE LED
― CHECK LED
Front
panel
Back panel
Message
window
Initial
settings
Three button operations:
― Power switch
― Reset switch
― Request switch
Remote Panel
Operating Panel
Same function.
Note that the front remote panel
refreshes the XSCF Web browser page
at intervals of about 10 seconds. If
necessary, refresh it manually.
Pressing of switch
may be igonored
depending on the
They do not
mode specified by
3-mode
switch.
depend on the
mode switch.
Refer to User’s
Manual
for
the
server for more
detail.
3-mode switch/indicator:
― LOCK mode
― UNLOCK mode
― MAINTENANCE mode
Indicates the
state of the switch
only. The mode
cannot be
switched.
Two LED status indicators:
― CHECK LED
― SCF Ready LED
Same function.
Displays messages.
Displays
messages.
No messages are
displayed.
Settings enabling XSCF to be used
Required.
Not required.
Indicates the state
of the switch, and
the mode can be
switched.
Next: "Chapter5 How to Use the XSCF Web Function"
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Chapter 5 How to Use the XSCF Web
Function
This chapter explains how to use the XSCF Web function.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Overview of the XSCF Web Function
Starting the XSCF Web Function
Logging In to or Out from XSCF
XSCF Web Function Pages
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5.1
Overview of the XSCF Web Function
The XSCF Web function, which connects to a server on the Web using the http and SSL/TLS
protocols, enables the display of the server status, the control of server-connected devices, and
the viewing of server configuration with a Web browser.
Registered users can connect to XSCF Web function pages using a Web browser on a client
terminal and then log in to XSCF using the XSCF user account (XSCF account hereafter).
After login, the XSCF page index, from which the desired page can be selected, is displayed.
For information about registering XSCF users, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
Table 5-1 describes the XSCF Web function pages.
Table 5-1 XSCF Web function pages
Page
Description
Top
It's a top page of XSCF. Allows users to call the authentication
page. Also allows users to specify XSCF of other server.
Authentication
Allows users to log in to XSCF using the XSCF account.
z
Index
― Remote-con
trol panel
― Server
status
― Access
status
― Change of
password
― Error log
― Power log
― Message
history
Allows users to select a desired page when login has been
successful.
Displays the front and back remote panel of the server. If settings
for XSCF Web function permit operations on the remote
panel, the switches on the remote panel, with the exception of the
mode switch, are enabled.
Note:
To be able to performe switch operations, log in XSCF with root-level
authority.
Displays the server status of that moment.
Specifying a unit that can be selected displays the status information
for the unit.
Enables the logins to the XSCF Web function pages to be viewed.
Enables the password of the XSCF account to be changed.
Displays the XSCF error log.
Displays the XSCF power log.
Displays the remote panel message history.
The following are sample pages of Web browser.
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Figure 5-1 Example of Top page
Figure 5-2 Example of Index page
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Figure 5-3 Example of Unit status page
Information
The layout and the content of the window show a sample.
the function improvement.
It might be changed because of
Next: 5.2 Starting the XSCF Web Function
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5.2
Starting the XSCF Web Function
Prerequisites
The initial settings of the XSCF Web function are disabled by default. To use XSCF Web
function, the following must be specified:
-
XSCF account
IP address of a client terminal
XSCF Web function mode
Mail report settings (Optional, but recommended because you can receive a mail from
system in case of login failure. )
For details of the above settings, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
Supported browsers
Table 5-2 lists the Web browsers supported by the XSCF Web function.
Your Web browser needs functions, listed in the table below, to use the XSCF Web function,
properly. Make sure these settings are enabled.
Table 5-2 Supported browsers
Browser
Microsoft(R) Internet Explorer
Netscape Communicator(TM)
Netscape Navigator(TM)
Version
5.5, 6.0
4.76、4.78
6.2.x, 7.0x
Functions to be enabled on the browser
1. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer Protocol) Version 3 / TLS (Transport Layer Security) Version 1
2. JavaScript
3. Cookies
4. Graphic display capability (when graphics mode is used)
5. For Microsoft(R) Internet Explorer, go to "Advanced" tab in "Internet Options" and
uncheck "Display a notification about every script error"
Specifying the URL
For the URL, specify the IP address or host name assigned to XSCF with root directory.
Example)URL https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/
Alternatively, https://XSCF-host-name (Note:
This is not a host name of Solaris OE.)/
Note:
When the communication begins, a browser might request the confirmation of the certificate.
Please you must confirm the content and accept the certificate at that time.
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Caution at the connection
If a lot of data is made to output to the console while using the SSH function, You may be
unable to connect with the XSCF Web function.
Next: 5.3 Logging In to or Out from XSCF
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5.3
Logging In to or Out from XSCF
Logging in to XSCF
To connect to the XSCF Web function pages, log in to the XSCF top page. If login is
successful, the index page is displayed. If login fails, a message indicating that login failed is
displayed.
When failure of the log in satisfy the following condition, the failure is
reported by mail to the system administrator.
a. XSCF users with the same account attempt to access any XSCF Web pages, and five or
more attempts failed within 3minutes due to authentication failure.
To use the mail report function, register a destination address for the mail in advance. For
information about specifying the destination address, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
Access status monitoring
The XSCF Web function monitors the accounts of XSCF users who are logging in to XSCF.
If login to XSCF has been successful but no access is made for a certain time, an
authentication timeout occurs and the XSCF Web function logs the user out. If an attempt is
made to access the XSCF Web function after a timeout, a dialog box reporting an
authentication timeout is displayed. The top page is then displayed. To use the XSCF Web
function again, log in to XSCF again.
The authentication timeout setting can be changed.
For details of specifying the
authentication timeout setting, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
Logging out from XSCF
To exit the XSCF Web function, log out from XSCF on the index page. If you do not log out and
simply terminate the XSCF Web function connection, you may not be able to log in to XSCF
again from the same account for a certain time.
Attempt of login after authentication timeout will be refused with following condition and period:
● Condition
― Case1: The cookies is deleted.
― Case2: You try to login to an another browser.
● Time during which login refused
The maximum time during which login will be refused is determined by the authentication
timeout setting.
For example, if 30 minutes is specified as the timeout setting and if you have accessed
XSCF for 10 minutes when you terminate the connection, you will not be able to access
XSCF for 20 minutes.
The maximum timeout setting is 255 minutes.
Next: 5.4 XSCF Web Function Pages
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5.4
XSCF Web Function Pages
This section describes the organization of the XSCF Web function pages. For information
about the operations available on these pages, see "Chapter4 How to Use the Remote Panel"
and "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
● Operations for status display and control
― Remote panel
+ Display of the status of the LEDs on the panel
+ Display of the status of the mode switch
+ Message on the panel (referred to as a remote panel message)
+ Log display
Hardware error log, power log, and remote panel message history can be
checked.
+ Switch operations (except mode switch)
The server can be turned on or off or reset, and output of an OS dump can
be requested.
To be able to perform switch operations, set an appropriate mode and log
in to XSCF with root-level authority.
+ Help
― Display of server status
+ Status display by unit
+ Help
● Logs
― Error log
― Power log
― Remote panel message history
● Other features
― Changing of the password
Allows you to change the password assigned to an XSCF account used to log in to
XSCF. For the restrictions on the password, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
― Display of access status
The logins to XSCF Web function pages can be checked.
Next: "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell"
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Chapter 6 How to Use
Command Shell
the
XSCF
This chapter explains how to use the XSCF command shell.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Overview of XSCF Command Shell
Login to XSCF User Account
Server Status and Control Commands
XSCF Log View Command
XSCF Server Configuration Information Command
Other XSCF Commands
XSCF Shell Error Messages
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6.1
Overview of XSCF Command Shell
When XSCF commands are executed on the XSCF console, the server status is displayed
and control and configuration information related to server operation can be viewed. These
XSCF functions and types of information are also available on Web pages displayed with the
XSCF Web function.
When a registered user uses the XSCF console but cannot use the XSCF Web function, the
XSCF commands are effective.
Use the XSCF commands at the XSCF shell prompt (SCF>), which is displayed after login to
the user account for XSCF (XSCF account hereinafter).
This chapter explains how to log in to the XSCF account, how to use commands, and the
command errors that can occur.
The following table briefly describes each XSCF shell command.
Table 6-1 XSCF commands
Command
User
authority
env-monitor
r, o
net-status
r, o
nodeled
r, o
show-status
show-mail-report
r, o
r, o
show-remcs
r, o
show-console-device
r, o
set-console-device
r
who
show-connections
hangup
xir
shutdown
por
request
power-off
power-on
r, o
r, o
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
show-error-logs
r, o
show-power-logs
r, o
show-event-logs
r, o
show-console-logs
r, o
show-access-logs
r, o
thermal-history
show-ipl-logs
show-panic-logs
date
rci-config
r, o
r, o
r, o
r, o
r, o
show-config
r, o
Description
Displays the status of the hardware for items such as
temperature, CPU state, and power.
Displays the status of the SCF-LAN network for items
such as connection state and data transfer rate.
Displays the state of each front panel and back panel
LED of the server and controls the action of the CHECK
LED (blinking, turning it on and off).
Displays the hardware status.
Displays the information of XSCF Mail Administration.
Displays the information of REMCS Environment Setting
via XSCF.
Displays whether console output is controlled by the
serial port (tty-a) or the SCF-LAN port.
Set the output destination of the standard console to the
serial port (tty-a).
who is on the XSCF system.
Display network connections to XSCF
Kill network connections to XSCF
Resets the server CPU.
Shuts down the server.
Performs a system reset for the server.
Initiates an OS dump.
Powers off the server.
Powers on the server.
Displays summary of errors and information detected by
XSCF and OBP.
Displays information about the server, such as
power-on, power-off, and reset information.
Displays the server event log.
Displays logging information, which is output to the
server console.
Displays information about accesses to the XSCF Web
function pages.
Displays the temperature history of the server.
Displays information about server IPL messages.
Displays the logging information recorded for a panic.
Displays the current date and time.
Displays the RCI configuration information.
Displays the system configuration information for the
server.
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lan-config
send-break
exit
help
r, o
r
r, o
r, o
show-shell-command
r, o
set-shell-command
r
logtest
version
r: root, o:
r
r, o
Displays information about the XSCF LAN configuration.
The break signal is issued to the server.
Exits the current XSCF shell.
Displays a list of available XSCF shell commands.
Displays a login keyword that can move to the XSCF
shell terminal from the Standard console.
Changes a login keyword that can move to the XSCF
shell terminal from the Standard console.
Generate a test error and get the test logs.
Displays the firmware versions of the XSCF and OBP.
others
Note:
There are two user authority levels, which are explained below.
the user authority, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
For information about setting
― root: Root-level authority. All XSCF shell commands can be used.
― others: Authority other than root level. Only some of the XSCF shell commands
can be used.
Next: 6.2 Login to XSCF User Account
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6.2
Login to XSCF User Account
This section explains how to log in to the XSCF account. The available methods are to log
in using telnet or SSH from the SCF-LAN port and to log in from the serial port (tty-a). Each
method is described below.
Before login
Note the following before login:
― For information about registering or adding an account, see "Chapter2 Setting Up
XSCF".
― When the shell has not been accessed for some time after login, XSCF
automatically terminates the shell. The default timeout period is 10 minutes.
The timeout period can be specified. For information about setting the timeout
period, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
― For a single server, since no more than two terminals can be connected at the
same time to the XSCF shell through the serial port (tty-a) and the SCF-LAN port,
no more than two users can operate the XSCF shell at the same time. For
information about the type of console connection, see "Chapter 3 Connecting
XSCF or Server".
― For information about XSCF operation when login fails, see "Chapter5 How to Use
the XSCF Web Function".
Operation from a terminal connected to the serial port (tty-a)
The following explains how to log in from a terminal connected to the serial port (tty-a).
1. From the console immediately after the port connection, input the keyword (~.) (tilde |
period: it's default value.) to enter the XSCF console.
2. After having entered the XSCF console, input the user ID and password that have been
registered from the Machine Administration Menu.
After login to the account, the XSCF shell prompt (SCF>) appears, so use the XSCF
commands. The following is an example of command execution.
~.
SCF Shell
login:root
Password:
SCF Version xxxxxxxx
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, COPYRIGHT (C) FUJITSU LIMITED 2003
[11.22.333.444]
SCF>
Operation for connecting via the SCF-LAN (telnet)
The following explains how to log in to the XSCF shell using the SCF-LAN (telnet).
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1. Specify the IP address and port number 8010 for the XSCF shell and execute telnet via
the SCF-LAN.
2. On the XSCF console, enter the user ID and password.
After login to the account, the XSCF shell prompt (SCF>) appears, and XSCF commands can
be entered.
Use lan-config command to display the configuration information of the SCF-LAN.
The following is an example of command execution.
~.
SCF Shell
login:root
Password:
SCF Version xxxxxxxx
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, COPYRIGHT (C) FUJITSU LIMITED 2003
[11.22.333.444]
SCF>
Operation for connecting via the SCF-LAN (SSH)
The following explains how to log in to the XSCF shell using the SCF-LAN (SSH).
1. Specify the IP address and port number 8810 for the XSCF shell and execute SSH via
the SCF-LAN.
2. On the XSCF console, enter the user ID and password.
After login to the account, the XSCF shell prompt (SCF>) appears, and XSCF commands can
be entered.
Use lan-config command to display the configuration information of the SCF-LAN.
Error Messages Report Function(Serial Port Only)
In case any Alarm or Warning level fault has been detected, error messages are displayed
following to typing XSCF Shell Keyword on the XSCF seraial port or to log in XSCF shell on
8010. This error messages are displayed on serail port only when the mode switch on the front
panel is placed to maintenance position, this is NOT applied to error message on XSCF 8010
port.
*** XSCF Parts Error Infomation ***
Parts
Error Message
---------+-----------------------------------------------CPU#0
CPUDDC#0 1.09V(expect xx.xxV)
SCF Shell
login:
Note:
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These messages are displayed even when no XSCF accounts are registered. In case you
have faced any problem, and you cannot login to XSCF due to any reason, such as no XSCF
account, fix the problem with refering this message.
Next: 6.3 Server Status and Control Commands
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6.3
Server Status and Control Commands
The following XSCF commands enable the status of the server to be displayed and the server
to be operated and controlled:
- env-monitor
- net-status
- nodeled
- show-status
- show-console-device
- set-console-device
- xir
- por
- shutdown
- request
- power-off
- power-on
env-monitor value
The env-monitor command is used to view the server status. For example, it can be used to
display the temperature, CPU state, and power supply state. When no options are specified,
major information is displayed.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> env-monitor
-----------------------INLET Temperature
28C
-----------------------CPU
No. Temp Status
DDC-Voltage DDC-Status
--- ---- -------- ----------- ---------#0: 31C O.K
1.31V
O.K
#1: 30C O.K
1.33V
O.K
-----------------------System Board
SB: Temperature0
36C
Temperature1
27C
SB 12V: 11.99V SB-12V: -12.26V SB5V:
5.06V
SB 3.3V: 3.34V SB2.5V:
2.65V SB1.8V: 1.77V
SB1.25V: 1.32V
-----------------------FAN
FAN#0: rotate state 3660rpm
FAN#1: rotate state 3960rpm
FAN#2: rotate state 3720rpm
FAN#3: rotate state 3960rpm
FAN#4: rotate state 4080rpm
FAN#5: rotate state 3720rpm
-----------------------PSU
PSU#0: Mount
Status:Alarm
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PSU#1: Mount
Status:O.K
-----------------------Mode Switch Status---[Lock]
SCF>
The following table describes the options that can be specified.
Table 6-2 env-monitor command options
Option value
(no option)
network
cpun (n =0.1..3)
sb
panel
pcibd
scsibpn (n =0.1)
Description
Displays major status of the machine.
Displays the GatewayIP, Subnetmask, Host name, IPaddress, and
SCF MacAddress information.
Displays the CPU status, DDC status, running days, error messages,
CPU temperature, CPU frequency, and DDC 1.2-V voltage value for
each CPU.
When n is omitted, information for all CPUs is displayed.
Displays the SysBoard status, running days, error messages, SB
temperature, DDC 1.25-V voltage value, system clock frequency, and
SB type information.
Displays the status, running days, and error messages for the
operator panel.
Displays the PCI board status, running days, and error messages.
psun (n =0.1.2)
Displays the status, running days, and error messages for each SCSI
board.
Displays the status, running days, and error messages for each PSU.
slotn (n =0.1..15)
Displays the status and error messages for each slot (DIMM).
fann (n =0.1..7)
ddcan (n =0)
Displays the status, rotation speed (rpm), rotation status (high/low),
and error messages for each fan.
Displays the DDC-A status and 1.8 V voltage value.
ddcbn (n =0)
Displays the DDC-B status and 2.5 V voltage value.
inlet
Displays the environment information status and inlet temperature.
power-control
Displays whether the scheduled power control, APCS, is enabled and
the time that is set.
net-status
The net-status command is used to view the SCF-LAN network status. For example, it can
be used to display the connection state, Ethernet data transfer rate, and Number of
Send-Receive packet.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> net-status
*** SCF-LAN Network Status ***
Connection
: online
Speed
: 100Mbps (half duplex)
Send
Packets
: 2818
Receive Packets
: 23983
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Receive Error Packets
Overruns
: 0
: 0
SCF>
nodeled [-led check | all] {[-mode on | blink | off] | [-status]}
The nodeled command is used to display the status of each LED on the front and back panel
of the server. In addition, you can make CHECK LED turn on or blink in order to locate
the target system. After found the location, you can free the state of CHECK LED by
this command.
When no option is specified, the command shows the status of all LEDs, (POWER LED,
ONLINE LED, CHECK LED, and SCF Ready LED).
In the addition, as described above, this command can be used to locate the target system.
For example, when more than one same type of system is installed in the same area, it may be
difficult to find out the target system. By specifying -mode option to this command, you can
change the state of CHECK LED to specified state. With help of CHECK LED, you may be able
to locate the target system, easier. After found location, cancel the forced state of CHECK LED
by specifying -mode off option.
Note that the -mode and -status options are mutually exclusive.
For more information about the panel LEDs, see the User's Manual for the server.
The following is an example of executing a command that first causes the CHECK LED to
blink and then cancels the action.
SCF> nodeled -status
CHECK(Amber) ------ OFF
CHECK(Rear) ------- OFF
SCF> nodeled -mode blink -led check
SCF> nodeled -status
CHECK(Amber) ------ BLINK(Guide LED)
CHECK(Rear) ------- BLINK(Guide LED)
SCF> nodeled -mode off -led check
SCF> nodeled -status
CHECK(Amber) ------ OFF
CHECK(Rear) ------- OFF
SCF> nodeled -status -led all
=== FRONT LED ==============
POWER(Green) ------ OFF
ONLINE(Green) ----- OFF
CHECK(Amber) ------ OFF
=== REAR LED ===============
SCF-READY(Green) -- ON
CHECK(Amber) ------ OFF
SCF>
The following table describes the options that can be specified.
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Table 6-3 nodeled command options
Option
No options specified
Description
The status of all LEDs is displayed.
Optional. Specify either of the following LED types for Value1:
― check: The command applies to the CHECK LED only.
― all: The command applies to all LEDs.
-led Value1
-mode Value2
If this option is not specified but the -mode or -status option is
specified, the command applies only to the CHECK LED.
When -led is specified, be sure to specify either check or all.
In addition, be sure to specify either the -mode or -status option.
Optional. However, if -led is specified and this option is not
specified, be sure to specify the -status option.
This option is used to turn on or off CHECK LED or to cancel control.
Specify the following one of the following controls for Value2:
― on: Turns on the CHECK LED.
― blink: Causes the CHECK LED to blink.
― off:
Cancels the specified CHECK LED control and
restores the CHECK LED to its original state.
When -mode is specified, on, blink, or off must be specified.
Optional. However, if -led is specified and this option is not
specified, be sure to specify the -mode option.
This option enables the status of the LED specified by Value1 to be
displayed. When -led is not specified, the status of CHECK LED is
displayed.
-status
Note:
When the error remains in the server,
specified CHECK LED by this command.
the CHECK LED keeps blinking even if you cancel the
show-status
show-status command provides fault factors to blink CHECK LED except blinked by nodeled
command.
The following is an example of command execution.
*** XSCF Parts Error Information ***
Parts
Error Message
---------+-----------------------------------------------CPU#0
Uncorrec. error(Internal)(008f024f)
SB
Uncorrec. error(Marked)(008f021d)
show-mail-report
The show-mail-report command is used to view the information of XSCF Mail Administration.
For example, it can be used to display whether the mail report function is valid or invalid, Mail
destination address, Sender address, SMTP server name, POP authentication server, etc.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-mail-report
**** Mail Report configuration ****
mail
: ENABLE
status
: ACTIVE
E-Mail address [to]
: [email protected]
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E-Mail address [from]
smtp [1] server
pop [1] authentication
pop [1] server
pop [1] user
pop [1] wait time
smtp [2] server
pop [2] authentication
pop [2] server
pop [2] user
pop [2] wait time
name server
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
[email protected]
smtp-server
VALID
pop-server
pop-user-name
300 [msec]
----------192.168.1.1
show-remcs
The show-remcs command is used to view the information of REMCS Environment Setting via
XSCF. For example, it can be used to display whether the REMCS report function via XSCF is
valid or invalid, Model type name, Sender address, SMTP server name, POP authentication
server, etc.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-remcs
**** REMCS configuration
REMCS
status
remcs test fault code
remcs version
connection model
machine id
message code
E-Mail address [from]
smtp [1] server
pop [1] server
pop [1] user
pop [1] wait time
smtp [2] server
pop [2] server
pop [2] user
pop [2] wait time
name server
****
: ENABLE
: ACTIVE
: 00
: V06L01E0001
: INTERNET
: 00PRIMEPWR#P##PW0LBS111###MH345678######
: 00
: [email protected]
: smtp-server
: pop-server
: user-name
: 2000 [msec]
: --: --: --: --: 192.168.1.1
show-console-device
The show-console-device command on the XSCF console is used to display whether the
current destination of the server OS console is on the SCF-LAN or is the serial port (tty-a).
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-console-device
TTY-A Port : serial
SCF>
Note:
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We strongly recommend that you should set the input-output destination of the OS console to
the tty-a (Especially, when you use the graphic card). For more detail about changing the
console to "tty-a", see "Chapter3 Connecting XSCF or Server".
set-console-device
[serial]
The set-console-device command in the XSCF console is used to change the current
destination of the Standard console (server OS console) to serial port (tty-a). Using this
command without the option results in an error. The required authority for this command is root
level.
The following is an example of executing the command to set the serial port (tty-a).
SCF> show-console-device
TTY-A Port: lan
SCF> set-console-device serial
SCF> show-console-device
TTY-A Port: serial
SCF>
The following table describes the options that can be specified.
Table 6-4 set-console-device command options
Option
Description
Sets the console destination to serial port (tty-a).
serial
Note
When you select which interface, serial port(tty-a) or SCF-LAN port is used as Standard
console(OS console), please set ports by "Console Administration" option of the Machine
Administration Menu.
If the Machine Administration Menu cannot be used or the console cannot be used via LAN
port, please use the console you can access from PC which is directly connected to XSCF by
serial port (tty-a). Then login to the XSCF Shell and set the console to "serial" with this
command.
who
The who command can list the user’s name, terminal line and login time.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> who
plato
Serial(RS232C)
2002/12/03 02:20:14
root
Telnet(port 8010) 2002/12/03 02:13:27
SCF>
--11.22.333.444
show-connections
The show-connections command is used to view the XSCF port number and client information
such as IP address and port number.
The following is an example of command execution.
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SCF> show-connections
XSCF Telnet/SSH Active Connections
Local Port
Foreign Address
-----------+----------------------22
10.12.123.4:54456
8810
10.12.123.4:54508
SCF>
hangup
The hangup command is used to kill the connections to XSCF. The required authority for this
command is root level.
The following table describes the options that can be specified.
Table 6-5 hangup command options
Option
Description
22
Disconnect port 22, SSH RW.
23
Disconnect port 23, telnet RW.
8010
8810
Disconnect port 8010, telnet XSCF shell port.
Disconnect all of port 8011, telnet RO port. (If two users are
using, both are disconnected.)
Disconnect port 8810, SSH XSCF shell port.
8811
Disconnect port 8811, SSH RO port.
8812
Disconnect port 8812, SSH RO port.
8011
xir
The xir command generates an externally initiated reset (XIR) of the server. The server OS
console prompt changes to ok. The required authority for this command is root level.
Note
Please use this command only when you cannot stop your system in normal procedure due to
any software or hardware trouble.
Do NOT use this command on normal working system. For normal working system, please
use "shutdown" command.
WARNING
File system could be damaged by executing this command during OS is working.
shutdown
The shutdown command generates to shut down the server. This command is ignored when
executed during power-off or a reset. The required authority for this command is root level.
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por
The por command is used to perform an immediate system reset of the server. The required
authority for this command is root level.
Note
Please use this command only when you cannot stop your system in normal procedure due to
any software or hardware trouble.
Do NOT use this command on normal working system. For normal working system, please
use "shutdown" command.
request
The request command is used to send a panic instruction to the OS. The operation
performed is the same at that performed when the request switch on the operating panel or
remote panel is pressed. This command is ignored when executed during power-off, a reset, or
shutdown. The required authority for this command is root level. For information about an OS
dump, see the Machine Administration Guide for the ESF.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> request
SCF>
Note
"request" command causes the system panic to collect the memory dump. Purpose of this
command is only for maintenance, such as, to investigate hangup of system. Therefore, please
do NOT execute this command, except when it is surely necessary.
WARNING
File system could be damaged by executing this command during OS is working.
power-off
The power-off command is used to power off the server. This command is ignored if used
when server power is off. Note that this command does not affect the power, supplying
to XSCF. The required authority for this command is root level.
Note
Please use this command only when you cannot stop your system in normal procedure due to
any software or hardware trouble.
Do NOT use this command on normal working system. For normal working system, please
use "shutdown" command.
WARNING
File system could be damaged by executing this command during OS is working.
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power-on
The power-on command is used to power on the server. This command is ignored if used
when the server power is on. Note that the command does not affect the XSCF power supply.
The required authority for this command is root level.
Next: 6.4 XSCF Log View Command
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6.4
XSCF Log View Command
Use the following XSCF commands to check the server operation from console
logs, temperature history, and error logs:
- show-error-logs
- show-power-logs
- show-event-logs
- show-console-logs
- show-access-logs
- thermal-history
- show-device-records
- show-ipl-logs
- show-panic-logs
show-error-logs
The show-error-logs command is used to view the summary of errors or notification that have
been detected by XSCF and OBP. The log information can be viewed when a system error
such as a reset error, failed OS startup, error indicated by blinking of CHECK LED on the front or
back panel of the server, or slow down of process on Solaris OE has occurred. The same
error log information is also retained by the Machine Administration Menu. For the logging
information retained by the Machine Administration Menu, see the Machine Administration Guide
for the ESF. The maximum number of log entries is 32.
The following table explains the items recorded in error logs.
Table 6-6 Items displayed by the show-error-logs command
Component
No/Error Count
Date
SysDamage
Description
"No" indicates the sequence number assigned to the error to be
displayed. "ErrorCount" indicates the total number of errors to be
displayed.
Indicates the time (local time) that the error occurred.
The system fault level of the error. The levels are ALARM,
WARNING, and NOTICE.
FaultDetect
Indicates the hardware where the error was detected.
FaultCode
A unique error code for identifying the error
DetailInfo
Log message
ReplaceParts
Replacement part and the part number
Syslog msg
System message output to the console when the error occurred.
Indicates the error category.
BinData
Binary error data. When a detailed analysis is necessary, Fujitsu
engineer uses it.
For a list of error logs, see "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
The following is an example of command execution.
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SCF> show-error-logs
***** No.01/32
Date
= 2002/08/31 08:25:39
SysDamage
= NOTICE
FaultDetect = SCF
FaultCode
= 430102FF
DetailInfo
= FAN speed low CAUSE: temperature lower
ReplaceParts = --Syslog msg
= Notification
00831810 430102FF 02083108 2539FFFF
494E4C45 54207468 65726D61 6C206C6F
77204641 4E207370 65656420 6C6F7700
171A0000 00000000 00000000 00000000
:
:
SCF>
Note:
Some of the errors detected by the OS may not be displayed.
show-power-logs
The show-power-logs command is used to view all information in the power log, including any
server power-on, power-off, or reset detected by XSCF and POST/OBP. The information can
be viewed for use in investigating circumstances of use when a system error has occurred.
The same power log information is retained by the Machine Administration Menu. For the
logging information retained by the Machine Administration Menu, see the Machine
Administration Guide for the ESF. The maximum number of log entries is 32.
The following shows the format of a line in the power log.
$DATE $TIME $TYPE $FACTOR $DETAIL $MSW
―
―
―
―
―
―
DATE : Date on which the log entry was recorded
TIME : Time (local time) at which the entry was recorded
TYPE : The type of the power event, such as power-on or reset, and the code
FACTOR : Hardware that instructed the power event and the code
DETAIL : Details in binary
MSW : Mode set by the mode switch on the operating panel
‐ M : MAINTENANCE mode
‐ U : UNLOCK mode
‐ L : LOCK mode
For a list of power logs and a fuller explanation, see "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-power-logs
DATE
TIME
TYPE
FACTOR
DETAIL
MSW
----------+--------+-----------------+-----------+---------+---2002/08/07 15:02:58 20:Power-on
80:UPS
01 000000 M
2002/08/07 15:03:03 3f:Reset-Release 00:--00 000000 M
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2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
2002/08/07
SCF>
15:47:54
15:48:08
15:50:58
15:51:00
15:53:36
15:55:50
15:56:14
15:56:19
16:09:21
16:10:50
16:10:55
16:22:26
16:22:36
16:22:39
16:22:44
16:48:59
16:54:34
16:54:39
17:00:18
10:SCF Reset
50:PSU-OFF
01:PSU-ON
20:Power-on
20:Power-on
42:Power-off
20:Power-on
3f:Reset-Release
50:PSU-OFF
20:Power-on
3f:Reset-Release
42:Power-off
20:Power-on
20:Power-on
3f:Reset-Release
42:Power-off
20:Power-on
3f:Reset-Release
42:Power-off
00:--00:--00:--80:UPS
40:TTY
40:TTY
40:TTY
00:--00:--80:UPS
00:--40:TTY
40:TTY
40:TTY
00:--40:TTY
40:TTY
00:--40:TTY
03
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01
00
00
00
00
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U
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show-event-logs
The show-event-logs command is used to view all event logs that have been created on the
server, such as those recording operator events and the reporting of events from the OS. The
information can be viewed to determine the operating status of the server as an aid to
investigating a system error and to changing the system configuration. The same event log
information is retained by the Machine Administration Menu. For the logging information
retained by the Machine Administration Menu, see the Machine Administration Guide for the ESF.
The maximum number of log entries is 256.
The following shows the format of a line in the power log.
$DATE $TIME $MSW
$Address
$FACTOR $DETAIL
― DATE : Date on which the log entry was recorded
― TIME : Time (local time) at which the entry was recorded
― MSW : Mode switch setting on the operating panel
‐ M : MAINTENANCE mode
‐ U : UNLOCK mode
‐ L : LOCK mode
― Address : Device address
― FACTOR : Event category and code
― DETAIL : Details in binary
For the list of event logs and meanings, see "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-event-logs
DATE
TIME
MSW Address FACTOR
DETAIL
---------+--------+---+--------+----------+---------------------------------2002/08/08 11:43:59 M
000F7F00 60:SysInfo 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
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2002/08/08 11:43:59 M
SCF>
000F7F00 04:ExtInfo 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
show-console-logs [-d | -t] [-s value]
The show-console-logs command is used to view the console output logs on the server
console. A log contains the logging data output from the OS to the console and can be used for
investigating usage conditions for system error or other problem. The latest 16 KB of logging
information can be viewed.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-console-logs
100.00000000
0>
Probing U2P#3(0x83) at 106.00000000
0>
U2P Registers Test
0>
IO0_Status= 01000000(MC0Q=2), UPA_Config=00000002
0>
Testing U2P port_id=80
0>
IO3_Status= 01000000(MC0Q=2), UPA_Config=00000002
0>
Testing U2P port_id=83
0>
U2P Interrupts Test
0>
Testing U2P#3(portid=83,inr=20ee)
0>
Testing U2P#3(portid=83,inr=20ef)
0>
Testing U2P#3(portid=83,inr=20f0)
SU,sppex
Omitted
4x SPARC64 V
, No Keyboard
OpenBoot 3.1.0-16, 16384 MB memory installed
Ethernet address 0:e0:0:c4:80:3, Host ID: 00000000.
SCF>
Table 6-7 show-console-logs command options
Description
Description
-d: Display the log with logged date.
-t: Display the log with logged time.
Ommitting this opiton, display the log only.
-d –t
Display the log of specified size. Value has to be designated in
hexadecimal format.
Ommitting this option, display 8KB size log.
Maximum 16KB can be
-s
show-access-logs
The show-access-logs command is used to view the logs recording access to the XSCF Web
function pages, XSCF shell, or any other XSCF function. Any access to XSCF, such as,
a user check system status on XSCF web, or a user uses XSCF shell via serial port
(tty-a) or LAN (telnet) or LAN (SSH), is logged. This information can be used for security
purposes to investigate usage conditions for an unauthorized access and to investigate system
errors. The maximum number of log entries is 42.
The following shows the format of a line in the access log.
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$DATE $TIME $UserID
$TYPE $IP Address
― DATE : Date on which a network port such as the XSCF Web function or
SCF-LAN port was accessed
― TIME : Time (local time) when s network port such as the XSCF Web function or
SCF-LAN port was accessed
― User ID
― Accessed port ID
― User IP address
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-access-logs
Date
TIME
ID
TYPE
IP address
---------+---------+------+-----------------+---------------2002/09/10 09:18:52 user01 Telnet(port 8010) 11.22.33.4
2002/09/12 09:18:52 guest Telnet(port 8010) 123.123.123.123
2002/09/14 09:18:52 root
Serial(RS232C)
--2002/09/15 09:18:52 user01 SSL(Port 443)
11.22.33.4
SCF>
Note:
The TYPE values include telnet, SSH, SNMP, RS232C serial, SSL, and http.
thermal-history [-g] value
The thermal-history command is used to view a history of the ambient server temperature,
CPU temperature, and temperature of the system board. When the -g option is specified, the
history is represented graphically. When no options are specified, all temperature histories are
listed in a table. To display the temperature history for each device, enter the specification
option in the table given below.
The logged information can be remains for about one day. Older information will be expired.
Therefore, you can view the log information of latest one day.
The information can be used for investigating the server environment for a system error or
other problem.
The following shows the format of a line in the temperature history.
$TIME $Temperature(Celsius, minutely 10 or 60)
― TIME : Time that the temperature was measured
― Temperature : Indicates the temperature (Celsius) every 10 minutes or 1 hour.
For a graphic representation, the interval is every 30 minutes.
The following are examples of command execution.
SCF>thermal-history
Thermal History [ Celsius]
_GMT__|_INLET__CPU0_CPU1_CPU2_CPU3__SB0__SB1
01:39 |
027 OFF --- --- --- 033 028
02:39 |
027 OFF --- --- --- 033 028
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03:39
04:39
05:39
06:39
07:39
08:39
09:39
10:39
11:39
SCF>
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
027
027
027
027
027
027
027
027
027
030
032
033
035
036
037
037
037
035
-------------------
-------------------
-------------------
033
035
036
037
037
038
038
038
036
027
027
027
027
027
028
028
027
026
SCF>thermal-history cpu0
Thermal History cpu0[ Celsius]
_GMT__|___00___10___20___30___40___50[ MIN]
01:10 | --- OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
02:00 | OFF OFF 029 030 030 030
03:00 | 030 030 031 031 031 031
04:00 | 032 032 032 032 033 033
05:00 | 033 033 034 034 034 035
06:00 | 035 035 035 035 036 036
07:00 | 036 036 036 036 036 036
08:00 | 037 037 037 037 037 037
09:00 | 037 037 037 037 037 037
10:00 | 037 037 037 037 037 036
11:00 | 036 035 035 035 034 034
SCF>
The following table describes the options that can be specified.
Table 6-8 thermal-history command options
Option
Description
Optional. The temperature history information is represented
graphically. If this option is not specified, the information is
presented in table form. When -g is specified but value is not
specified, the command results in an error.
-g
Options for value
inlet
Displays the inlet.
cpun (n =0,1,,3)
sb-sensorn (n =0,1)
Displays the temperature history of the CPUs. The maximum
specification is cpu3.
Displays the temperature history of SysBoard. Up to two locations
can be specified.
Note:
If the power plug is disconnected, all temperature history information will be lost.
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show-ipl-logs [-d | -t] [-f | -b] [-s value]
The show-ipl-logs command is used to view the message of latest IPL.
This information can be used to investigate the server status when the system was started.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-ipl-logs
0>Flash/SRAM Test
0>
Flash Memory check sum Test
0>
FROM#0 checksum = 110a8bf4
0>
FROM#1 checksum = 112e489f
0>
SRAM Data Line Test
0>
SRAM Addr Line Test
0>
SRAM Data Test
0>
SRAM Init Test
0>SC Test
0>
SC init
0>SCF Test
0>
SCF Test
0>
CPU Status Test
:
:
:
OpenBoot 3.1.0-18, 1024 MB memory installed
Ethernet address 0:ee:0:dd:88:22, Host ID: 11223344.
SCF Version: 0.1.0000
board
RCI is not configured
{0} ok
SCF>
Table 6-9 show-ipl-logs command options
Description
-d –t
-f –b
Description
-d: Display the log with logged date.
-t: Display the log with logged time.
Ommitting this opiton, display the log only.
-f: Display the log starting from the latest.
-b: Display the log starting from the oldest.
Ommitting this opiton, display the log starting from the latest.
Display the log of specified size. Value has to be designated in
-s
hexadecimal format.
Ommitting this option, display 8KB size log.
Maximum 16KB can be
show-panic-logs [-d | -t] [-f | -b] [-s value]
The show-panic-logs command is used to view the logging information of the last panic.
The following is an example of command execution.
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SCF> show-panic-logs
panic[cpu0]/thread=2a10001fd20: memory dumping due to pressing REQUEST switch.
000002a10001bde0 FJSVpanel:panel_intr+58 (30000d356c0, 30000b85998, 1, 3,
30000d39e08, 10078834)
%l0-3: 0000030000b859a0 0000000000009b44 0000000000000000 0000030000d39e14
%l4-7: 0000030000b85938 000003000185bef8 0000000000000000 000003000185bf20
000002a10001be90 pcipsy:pci_intr_wrapper+70 (104a8ebc, 20e5, 1, 30000ebefd0,
30001859d68, 3000182fe10)
%l0-3: 00000000102be150 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000030000d4fac0
%l4-7: 0000030000b85938 000003000185bef8 0000000000000000 000003000185bf20
000002a10001bf50 unix:current_thread+44 (0, ffffffffffffffff, 0, 30001830aa0,
2a10001fd20, 0)
%l0-3: 00000000100073dc 000002a10001f061 000000000000000f 000002a10001bf50
%l4-7: 00000000000000b0 0000000010415c08 000000000000000b 000002a10001f910
000002a10001f9b0 unix:disp_getwork+40 (104244d0, 0, 10425478, 1042d590, 0, 0)
%l0-3: 0000004414001603 0000000000000016 000000000000000a 0000000010009b44
%l4-7: 00000000ff31c424 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 000002a10001f9c0
000002a10001fa60 unix:idle+a4 (0, 0, 0, 104244d0, 1, 0)
%l0-3: 000000001004616c 0000000000000100 0000000000010000 000002a10010bd20
%l4-7: 0000030001835fc8 0000030000074000 0000030001835ee0 0000030001835ed0
syncing file systems... 3 done
dumping to /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s1, offset 107610112
100% done: 36120 pages dumped, compression ratio 8.47, dump succeeded
rebooting...
Saving eeprom ... done
Resetting ...
SCF>
Table 6-10 show-panic-logs command options
Description
-d –t
-f –b
Description
-d: Display the log with logged date.
-t: Display the log with logged time.
Ommitting this opiton, display the log only.
-f: Display the log starting from the latest.
-b: Display the log starting from the oldest.
Ommitting this opiton, display the log starting from the latest.
Display the log of specified size. Value has to be designated in
-s
hexadecimal format.
Ommitting this option, display 8KB size log.
Maximum 16KB can be
Note:
This log can be shown only when OS console port is set to the SCF-LAN port or the serial
port(tty-a).
Next: 6.5 XSCF Server Configuration Information Command
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6.5
XSCF Server Configuration Information
Command
Use the following XSCF shell commands to view the server configuration information (for
example, number of CPUs and memory capacity).
- date
- rci-config
- show-config
- lan-config
date
The date command is used to display the current time and date.
specified.
The following shows the format of one line.
yyyy/mm/dd
―
―
―
―
―
―
―
The time cannot be
HH:MM:SS TimeZoneName
yyyy : Year
mm : Month
dd : Day in the month
HH : Hour (24-hour system)
MM : Minute
SS : Second
TimeZoneName : Display the name of the local time zone (Maximum 8 charactors)
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> date
2002/08/13 11:41:40 JST
SCF>
Note:
The date and time displayed by the date command are local time.
Time cannot be set from the XSCF shell. Please use and set the command of Solaris OE such
as Date. When the utility of Solaris OE which controls the time such as NTP is used, the
calendar timer of XSCF receives the influence. Please refer to the manual of relating Solaris OE
for details.
rci-config
The rci-config command is used to view the RCI configuration information. You may want to
check the status of RCI by this command when, for example, you are setting up the system or
you change the configuration of system. For details of the RCI configuration information, see
"Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF to Terminal". The Machine Administration Menu also displays the
RCI network list information. For the RCI configuration information displayed by the Machine
Administration Menu, see the Machine Administration Guide for the ESF.
The following shows the format of the host address display and of the RCI configuration in the
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RCI configuration information.
HOST
$Address $Mode
$Status
HOST shows the status of the host node in binary.
― Address : Address of the host device
― Mode : Remote power supply control mode on the host
― Status : Status of the device
LIST
$address $status $device-class $sub-class
LIST lists the nodes in the RCI configuration in binary.
―
―
―
―
address : Address of the device
status : Status of the device
device-class : Device class
sub-class : Device subclass
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> rci-config
HOST
Address:000101FF Mode:20A0 Status:80000000
LIST
Address Status Device-Class Sub-Class
000101FF 99
0001
0A
000102FF 98
0001
07
003001FF 90
4000
05
SCF>
show-config value
The show-config command is used to view the system information, number of server CPUs,
You may want to check the status of the
system by this command when, for example, you are setting up the system or you
change the configuration of system.
memory capacity, part information, and the like.
When no option is specified, a synopsis of the configuration information for the device is
displayed.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-config
-------------------Model name
: PWPL-450
Model type
: XXXXXX
Machine Versio n : 12
Sysytem frequency: 220MHz
Version
: 001AA
SB Type
: 0102
------------------------CPU No.
Frequency Serial-no.
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--------------- -----------#0:
1100MHz
P28000010
#1:
1100MHz
P26000001
#2:
----#3:
---------------------------Total Capacity 2048 MB
SLOT #00- 03
512MB 512MB --SLOT #04- 07
512MB 512MB --SLOT #08- 11
------SLOT #12- 15
------SCF>
---------
The following table describes the options that can be specified.
Table 6-11 show-config command options
Option value
Description
(no option)
Displays major configuration of the machine.
scf
Displays the XSCF firmware version, RCI version, and server ID.
network
system
cpun (n =0.1..3)
sb
panel
pcibd
pcin (n =00.01..08)
scsibpn (n =0.1)
diskn (n =0.1..5)
psun (n =0.1.2)
slotn (n =0.1..15)
fann (n =0.1..7)
Displays the GatewayIP, Subnetmask, Host name, IPaddress, and
SCF MacAddress information.
Displays the model name, serial number, name of model type, system
clock frequency, SB type information, and system status (includes
three bytes of additional information).
Displays the serial number, part number, version, and CPU frequency
for each cpu.
When n is omitted, the information for all cpu is displayed.
Displays the serial number, part number, version, system clock
frequency, and SB type information of the SysBoard.
Displays the serial number, part number, and version of the operator
panel.
Displays the serial number, part number, and version of the PCI
board.
Displays the information for each PCI slot. n is a two-digit number.
Displays the serial number, part number, and version of each SCSI
board.
Displays the vendor, product name, version, and serial number of
each disk.
Displays the serial number, part number, and version of each PSU.
Displays the serial number, part number, version, and capacity of
each slot (DIMM).
Displays the serial number, part number, and version of each fan.
lan-config
The lan-config command is used to view the current configuration information for the
SCF-LAN.
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SCF> lan-config
***OS LAN Information ***
Host Name -------------------------[patty.fujitsu.com]
MAC Address <Primary LAN> ---------[00 EE 00 CC 88 22]
<Cluster>
---------[00 EE 00 CC 88 22]
<Secondary LAN>--------[00 EE 00 55 88 22]
***SCF LAN Information ***
RW-port
--------------------- [Enable]
RO-port
--------------------- [Enable]
SCF-port --------------------- [Enable]
Host Name --------------------- [pat.fujitsu.com]
IP Address ---------------------[11.22.333.44]
Subnet Mask Address ------------[255.255.255.0]
Gateway IP Address -------------[11.22.333.4]
MAC Address <SCF LAN> ----------[00 EE 00 55 00 22]
SCF>
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6.6
Other XSCF Commands
Use the following XSCF shell commands to terminate the XSCF shell, view the version
information, and perform similar functions.
- send-break
- exit
- help
- show-shell-command
- set-shell-command
- logtest
- version
send-break
The send-break command is used to send a break signal to the server. The server OS
console prompt changes to ok.
The required authority for this command is root level.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> send-break
SCF>
Caution:
You cannot enter the OpenBoot environment when the mode switch is set to LOCK.
exit
The exit command is used to terminate the XSCF shell.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> exit
logout
help value
The help command is used to display alphabetically a list of shell commands available in the
XSCF shell. Detail command information is available when help command is followed by each
command name as option.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> help
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION
--------------------------------------------------------------------------date
Show date.
env-monitor
Show system environment.
exit
Exit XSCF Shell.
help
Show help of shell command.
hangup
Kill XSCF telnet connections.
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lan-config
net-status
nodeled
por
power-on
power-off
rci-config
request
send-break
set-console-device
set-shell-command
show-access-logs
show-config
show-connections
show-console-device
show-console-logs
show-error-logs
show-event-logs
show-ipl-logs
show-mail-report
show-panic-logs
show-power-logs
show-remcs
show-shell-command
show-status
shutdown
thermal-history
version
who
xir
SCF>
Show LAN configuration.
Show SCF-LAN status.
Show and Control Check LED status.
por,Powrer On Reset.
Power on.
Power off.
Show RCI configuration.
Panic request.
Send Break Signal to TTYA console.
Set console device [serial | lan]
Change shell keyword.
Show the access logs.
Show system configuration.
Show XSCF connection status.
Show console device setting as TTYA Port.
Show console messages.
Show error logs.
Show event logs.
Show IPL,Initial Program Loading, messages.
Show Mail Report configuration.
Show Panic messages.
Show power logs.
Show REMCS configuration.
Show shell keyword.
Show system error status.
Shutdown request.
Show recorded thermal history.
Show version.
Who is on the XSCF system.
xir,eXternally Initiated Reset.
show-shell-command
The show-shell-command is used to display a login keyword that can move to the XSCF shell
terminal from the Standard console.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> show-shell-command
Shell keyword code :~.
ASCII CODE
:7E2E
SCF>
set-shell-command
The set-shell-command is used to change a login keyword that can move to the XSCF shell
terminal from the Standard console.
The default value is a tilde plus a period (~.). This can be changed on the command of
Machine Administration function,too. This can be changed to a combination of up to seven
characters. The required authority for this command is root level.
The following is an example of command execution.
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SCF> set-shell-command *******
retype = *******
SCF>
Note:
The following is a reference of the command on the Machine Administration function.
scfshkey (1M)
NAME
scfshkey - Display and change the login keyword for XSCF shell.
SYNOPSYS
/usr/sbin/FJSVmadm/scfshkey
/usr/sbin/FJSVmadm/scfshkey set <keyword>
DESCRIPTION
The scfshkey command displays and changes the login keyword to move the control
from the standard console to the XSCF shell.
OPTION
set <keyword>
specifies a new keyword.
The <keyword> specifies a string, which consists of alphabetic, numeric or special
character. Its length is 1-7 characters.
When the OPTION is ommited, scfshkey displays the current value of the login keyword.
EXIT STATUS
The following status is returned.
0 : normal end
>0 : an error occurred
logtest[alarm | warnning | notice]
The logtest command is used to generate the test error. After executing this command, you
can get the error logs of the specified option level. At the same time, you can receive the
e-mail to the pre-configured mail address. You can check whether to have been set correctly
by using this command, after setting up XSCF function. The required authority for this
command is root level.
The error information can be seen from the following.
― You are able to display the erro logs in the Machine Administration Menu.
― You are able to display the error losgs by using “show-error-logs” command in the
XSCF Shell.
― You are able to display the error losgs in the XSCF Web function.
― You are able to display the error information in the MIB file.
― You are able to display the error information in the received e-Mail. (Sending by
XSCF Mail function.)
― You are able to display the error information in the received e-Mail. (Sending by
REMCS report function.)
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For more information about MIB, see “Chapter7 XSCF SNMP Agent Function” and
“AppendixC XSCF MIB”. And for information about the mail address settings used by the
XSCF Mail function and the REMCS report function, see “Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF”.
The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> logtest alarm
SCF>
The following table describes the options that can be specified.
Table 6-12 logtest command options
Option
Description
alarm
Generates an alarm level error.
warinig
Generates a Warning level error.
notice
Generates a notice level error.
version
The version command is used to display the firmware version information of the XSCF and
OBP. The following is an example of command execution.
SCF> version
*** XSCF Firmware Information ***
XSCF Version ---------- [E02V03L01]
WEBDATA Version ------- [E02V03L01]
RASDB Version --------- [E02V02L01]
*** OBP Information ***
OBP Version ----------- [E02V03L01]
*** HCP Information ***
Current Version ------- [HCP0201]
*** Hardware Information ***
RCI Version ----------- [0001]
SCF>
Next: 6.7 XSCF Shell Error Messages
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6.7
XSCF Shell Error Messages
When an XSCF shell command is used incorrectly, an error message is displayed.
following table lists the error messages displayed and explains their meaning.
Table 6-13 Shell error messages
Error message
meaning
Syntax Error
The syntax of the input command is incorrect.
Wrong name of Command
The command name is incorrect.
Wrong name of Register
The register name is incorrect.
Parameter Error
The parameter is incorrect.
Invalid option
The specified option is invalid.
location or no option)
Unmounted
The requested part has not been mounted.
Permission denied
The requested command is not permitted.
Aborted
The requested command is aborted by user.
(Impossible mounting
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The
Chapter 7 XSCF SNMP Agent Function
This chapter describes the XSCF SNMP agent function.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
7.1 Summary of XSCF SNMP Agent Function
7.2 About MIB
7.3 About Traps
7.4 How to Set up the XSCF SNMP Agent Function
7.5 Introduce Extended MIB of XSCF to SNMP Manager
7.5.1 Installation case to WebSysAdmin
7.5.2 Installation case to SystemWalker
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7.1
XSCF SNMP Agent Function
Summary of XSCF SNMP Agent Function
The XSCF supports the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) agent function. This
section provides an overview of the SNMP agent function.
The following figure shows an example of network management environment based on SNMP.
Figure 7-1 Example of network management environment
SNMP is a protocol for network management. The SNMP manager enables integrated
management of the operating status and fault status of the terminals in the network. The
SNMP agents return management information referred to as MIB (Management Information
Base) in response to the SNMP manager's request.
For specific kinds of information, the agents can use the TRAP function to send asynchronous
notifications to the SNMP manager .
Note:
Several kinds of SNMP manager may be available. For example, Web SysAdmin, WSA,
software is available from us.
Next: 7.2 About MIB
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7.2 About MIB
7.2
About MIB
The SNMP agent function has management information referred to as MIB (Management
Information Base) and returns it in response to the SNMP manager's request.
● Standard MIB
XSCF supports MIB-II, the Internet standard, which manages several issues like follows:
― Basic information about the SCF-LAN (including the administrator's name)
― Information about the communication processing on the SCF-LAN
― Information about operation of the XSCF SNMP agent
For a list of standard MIBs supported by XSCF, see "Appendix C.2 Standard MIB".
● Fujitsu extended MIB
In addition to the standard MIB, XSCF supports the Fujitsu extended MIB, which is an
extension for the XSCF SNMP agent. The Fujitsu extended MIB primarily manages the
following kinds of information:
― Basic information about the server (including the serial number)
― Status information about the server (including the operating status of the host OS)
― Parts fault information on the server
For the list of Fujitsu extended MIBs supported by XSCF, see "Appendix C.3 Fujitsu Extended
MIB".
Note:
The MIB file can be refferred to from the following path in the HCP-CD, too.
/PWP0/MIB
Next: 7.3 About Traps
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About Traps
The SNMP agent function can send a notification called a trap to the SNMP manager when an
event occurs. XSCF supports traps in the following cases:
1)
2)
3)
4)
The XSCF SNMP agent function is started.
An unauthorized access to the XSCF SNMP agent occurs.
A part in the server is faulty.
The faulty part in the server is repaired by replacement.
Note:
In cases of above 3) and 4), the trap target parts are the following.
[Target parts for trap]*1
SB、PANEL、PCI-BD、SCSI-BP、CPU、SLOT、FAN、FAN-JT、PSU、CPUDDC、DDC-A、
DDC-B
*1: The parts for which locating fault and part number can be specified among parts that XSCF
observes in server.
Figure 7-2
Conditions for issuing a trap
Next: 7.4 How to Set up the XSCF SNMP Agent Function
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7.4 How to Set up the XSCF SNMP Agent Function
7.4
How to Set up the XSCF SNMP Agent
Function
This section describes how to set up the XSCF SNMP agent function.
The process of setting up is described below. Each setting is made from the Machine
Administration Menu. For information about the settings, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
● Step 1:
Make sure that the XSCF SNMP agent function is disabled.
― If the function is enabled, disable it.
Note:
Be careful when disabling an enabled SNMP agent function, since all MIB information,
except the configuration information specified by Step 2, will be initialized
● Step 2:
Make the necessary settings for the XCSF SNMP agent function:
―
―
―
―
XSCF manager
Server name
Server location
Community information 1 or community information 2
Note:
For the community information, either 1 or 2, or both 1 and 2 can be specified.
Specifying no community information is not allowed.
In the settings for community information, you can specify whether to enable write
operations to the writable MIB and whether to enable the issuing of traps.
● Step 3:
Enable the XSCF SNMP agent function.
Note:
If you modify the XSCF SNMP agent function settings, be sure to start at the beginning
with step 1.
Next: 7.5 Introduce Extended MIB of XSCF to SNMP Manager
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7.5
XSCF SNMP Agent Function
Introduce Extended MIB of XSCF to SNMP
Manager
This section briefly explains procedures to introduce extended MIB of XSCF into two kinds of
SNMP manager, "WebSysAdmin" and "SystemWalker". Please refer to the manual of each
application for details of installation method.
7.5.1
Installation case to WebSysAdmin
This work must be done with the workstation in which WeabSysAdmin is installed.
● Step 1:
Make the temporary directory (In this example, "/tmp/primepower_xscf"), and copy
XSCF extended MIB file from the directory in which XSCF extended MIB is
installed.
# mkdir /tmp/primepower_xscf
# cd /tmp/primepower_xscf
# cp /opt/FJSVhcp/mib/primepower_xscf.dat
#
./
Note:
The MIB file can be refferred to from the following path in the HCP-CD, too.
/PWP0/MIB
● Step 2:
Backup the current MIB file to the file that you specified.
(In this example, "/etc/snmp/mgr/snmpinfo.dat.bak") It returns to the previous state by
returning the FILE.
# cp /etc/snmp/mgr/snmpinfo.dat
#
/etc/snmp/mgr/snmpinfo.dat.bak
● Step 3:
Merge XSCF extended MIB file with current MIB file by the command "mergeinfo".
When you face any warning or error messages from mergeinfo, go to Step 5.
# /opt/SMAW/bin/mergeinfo
#
primepower_xscf.dat
● Step 4:
If file /etc/snmp/mgr/snmpinfo.dat is updated, and new MIB information is added
to the content, the installation work is completed.
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● Step 5:
When there is message of this command in the merging work,
merging has not ended normally.
Please confirm the manual of WebSysAdmin in detail.
● Example : Message example of merging command
Here, a typical message of the merging command and the action method of the message is
shown as follows.
# /opt/SMAW/bin/mergeinfo primepower_xscf.dat
/opt/SMAW/bin/mergeinfo:check_names:
Duplicate name with different OID's:rfc1157Domain
OID1: 1.3.6.1.6.2.1.1, OID2: 1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.1
#
Problem: Merging was canceled, because the key word "Rfc1157Domain" of
OID:1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.1 in a new MIB infomation has already been used
with OID:1.3.6.1.6.2.1.1 in current MIB infomation.
Action : Please correct the key word of new MIB infomation not to conflict, and
try the merge of MIB infomation again.
[Before correcting the key word]
view
viewDomains
snmpDomain
rfc1157Domain
cltsDomain
cotsNDomain
cotsXDomain
1.3.6.1.3.11
1.3.6.1.3.11.3
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.1
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.3
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.4
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.5
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
[After correcting the key word]
view
viewDomains
snmpDomain
rfc1157Domain_2
cltsDomain
cotsNDomain
cotsXDomain
1.3.6.1.3.11
1.3.6.1.3.11.3
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.1
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.3
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.4
1.3.6.1.3.11.3.1.5
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
nonLeaf
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7.5.2
Installation case to SystemWalker
● Step 1:
Start the application of "System Monitor" of SystemWalker, and click in the
following order.
"Tools" menu → "Extend MIB".
"Extend MIB" dialog box is displayed.
● Step 2:
Click "Add" button of "Extend MIB" dialog box.
"Select of Extend MIB file" dialog box is displayed.
● Step 3:
Select extended MIB file of XSCF in "Select of Extend MIB file" dialog box.
Selected extend MIB compilation is begun. When the compilation is completed, "Extend
MIB" dialog box is displayed.
● Step 4:
Click the “OK" button in "Extend MIB" dialog box .
● Step 5:
Close "Extend MIB" dialog box.
● Step 6:
Start "MS command prompt", and execute the following command.
Name of the directory used here must be different from your environment. Please
specify your using directory.
C:\> [Directory of SystemWalker]\MPWALKER.DM\MpCNappl\MpCNmgr\bin\
CNSetCnfMg.exe -f [Directory of XSCF MIB]\primepower_xscf.cnf -a
******************************************
Check proccessing Start.
******************************************
Warning (Source: 0001) : You should check the representation of EnterpriseOID in your target SystemWalker system.
******************************************
Check processing has ended.
Processed records
: 329
Processed definitions : 7
******************************************
C:\>
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Note:
The MIB file can be refferred to from the following path in the HCP-CD, too.
/PWP0/MIB
● Step 7:
Click as follows in the application "System Monitor" of SystemWalker.
"Policy" menu →"Distribute policy".
"Policy Distribution" dialog box is displayed.
● Step 8:
Select "Apply immediately (Restart distribution destination service)" in "Policy
Distribution" dialog box, and click “OK".
"Policy Distributing Status" dialog is displayed.
● Step 9:
"Policy Distributing Status" dialog ends automatically when
the distribution of the policy ends.
Next, a setup which calls "XSCF WEB function" from SystemWalker is performed.
● Step 10:
Click in the following order on "System Monitor" windows of SystemWalker.
Select "Tools" menu and go "Add Operation Menu".
"Add Operation Menu" dialog box is displayed.
● Step 11:
Select "Single System" and click "Add..." button.
"Single System(Add)" dialog box is displayed.
● Step 12:
Set the following items, and click “OK" button.
[ Menu Item ] Set "XSCF WEB".
[ Command Line ]
"C:¥Program Files¥Internet Explorer¥iexplore.exe" https://%IP
(This is a example. Please set a browser used. )
"Add Operation Menu" message box is displayed.
● Step 13:
Click “OK" button.
"Add Operation Menu" dialog box close.
● Step 14:
Reboot the "System Monitor" of SystemWalker.
● Step 15:
We will be able to use new menu item "XSCF WEB" by the following methods.
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"Tools" menu → "Specific Node(System)" item →
"XSCF WEB" is started on a specified browser.
"XSCF WEB" item
The installation on XSCF extended MIB is completed by this.
Next: "Chapter 8 XSCF Mail Function"
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Chapter 8
XSCF Mail Function
This chapter describes the XSCF mail function.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
Overview of XSCF Mail Function
Reporting Parts Faults
Reporting an Authentication Failure
Setting up the XSCF Mail Function
Contents of Parts Fault Notification
Contents of Authentication Failure Notification
Contents of Test Mail Notification
Contents of Suspension Mail Notification
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8.1
XSCF Mail Function
Overview of XSCF Mail Function
This system has two kinds of abnormality notification mechanism by mail, originally. One is
managed by machine administration, which is a part of ESF, the other is achieved by XSCF.
This section describes the features of both functions.
Features of mail function for machine administration
● Notification by e-mail of peripheral unit faults
Since the function sends e-mail for faults that are detected at not only a part in server
but also at peripheral units connected to the server, wide range of system problems can
be informed.
● Reporting of detailed fault information with an attached file
Since the function attaches the detailed information of a fault part to the mail, the cause
of the fault can be determined more clearly.
Features of the XSCF mail function
● Notification by e-mail of each case of a parts fault on the server
Even though a system failure or serious failure that prevents normal operation of OS
occurs, the function is still able to send e-mail.
● POP authentication facility at e-mail sendings is possible
To prevent illegal Mail Sending, POP Authentication (POP before SMTP) can be
done before Mail Sending is accepted with SMTP server.
Note:
Single problem may cause two separate e-mail messages, one from the machine
administration and one from XSCF. For more definite and complete detection of errors,
Enabling the mail notification of both functions, machine administration and XSCF, is
recommended.
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The XSCF mail function has the following features:
― Reporting server parts faults by e-mail to the system administrator
― Reporting an SCF-LAN authentication failure by e-mail to the system administrator
Figure 8-1 Outline of XSCF mail function
The following is the e-mail notification method.
Administration Menu.
Setting is performed from the Machine
● Sending e-mail via the SMTP server
The host name or the IP address of the SMTP server must be specified.
● Sending e-mail with POP authentication
The host name or the IP address of the POP authentication server must be specified.
Then, ID and password for the authentication is required.
Note:
When you specify the SMTP server and the POP authentication server, the “Name server”
settings is required. After the mail settings, test mails are sent automatically.
When the test mail is completed, the Mail sending function becomes an enable. Please refer
to "Show Current Configuration" of "Mail Administration" otion of the Machine Administration
Menu whether to have completed the test normally.
For information about the SMTP server, the POP authentication server and the Name server
settings, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
Next: 8.2 Reporting Parts Faults
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Reporting Parts Faults
XSCF monitors the parts in the server (including the CPU, fan, and system board). If an error
occurs for any of these parts, XSCF sends an e-mail notification to the system administrator.
In the following figure, XSCF reports parts faults to the system administrator by mail.
Figure 8-2 XSCF fault information
8.3 Reporting an Authentication Failure
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8.3
Reporting an Authentication Failure
If unauthorized access to the SCF-LAN is attempted, XSCF sends an e-mail notification to the
system administrator.
In the following figure, XSCF reports an authentication failure to the system administrator by
e-mail.
Figure 8-3 XSCF authentication failure notification
Next: 8.4 Setting up the XSCF Mail Function
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XSCF Mail Function
Setting up the XSCF Mail Function
This section explains how to setting up the XSCF mail function.
The required steps are explained below.
Each setting is made from the Machine
Administration Menu. For details of the settings, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
● Step 1: Go to "Mail Administration" option of “XSCF Administration” menu of the
Machine Administration menu.
● Step 2: Enable the XSCF mail function.
● Step 3: Specify the following information for the XSCF mail settings:
― Specify the host name or the IP address of the SMTP server.
― Specify the host name or the IP address of the POP Authentication server
― Specify the mail address of the system administrator as the mail destination.
― Specify From information.
Note:
If you will specify the host name of the SMTP server or the POP server, before STEP
1, the Name server settings is required at the “Network Configuration” option of “XSCF
Administration” menu in Machine Administration Menu.
● Step 4: Send test mail.
Send test mail with using the Machine Administration Menu. If the e-mail is received
by the system administrator, the setting process is complete. If the e-mail is not
received, the mail is sent to the destination for undelivered mail or the error logs is
recorded. Determine why the mail could not be delivered and make the necessary
modifications, then restart from step 1. For the Machine Administration Menu, see the
Machine Administration Guide of the ESF.
Next: 8.5 Contents of Parts Fault Notification
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8.5
Contents of Parts Fault Notification
This section explains the contents of e-mail that is sent when a faulty part is detected.
The following shows the contents of an e-mail notification.
Figure 8-4 Mail reporting a faulty part
The following describes how to read the contents of the mail shown in Figure 8-4.
1. Mail address specified for the From designation in the mail settings.
2. Mail address specified as the destination mail address in the mail settings.
For the above settings , see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
3. Host name of XSCF.
4. Fault level of the faulty part, which is one of the following:
―
―
―
5. Faulty
AppendixB.
A: Fault or abnormal condition (Alarm)
W: Part degraded or warning (Warning)
I: Notification (Information)
part (n indicates the part number). For the types of parts, see Table B-1-P of
For information about part names, see "Glossary".
6. Hardware unit where the fault was detected
SCF
POST
OBP
7. Message output by the system. For the meaning of messages, see "Appendix A Warning
Messages".
8. Time at which the fault occurred. The time is the local time.
9. Error code. For the error codes, see "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
10. Serial number of the faulty part.
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11. Error message. For the error messages, see "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
12. Fault level of the system, which is one of the following:
― ALARM
: Fatal problem for system
‐ (EPOFF) : Emergency power off.
‐ (STOP) : Emergency shutdown.
‐ (UNABLE TO START) : The system could not be stated.
― WARNING : Serious problem, but system can keep working
― NOTICE : Notification
Next: 8.6 Contents of Authentication Failure Notification
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8.6
Contents
of
Notification
Authentication
Failure
This section explains the contents of the e-mail that is sent when authentication fails.
The following shows the contents of the mail that is sent.
Figure 8-5 Mail reporting authentication fails
The following describes how to read the contents of the mail shown in Figure 8-5.
Circled items 1 to 3 above are the same as in the previous section.
4. Network access when the authentication failure occurred. The number in parentheses
indicates the port number.
The following table lists the types of network access and the port numbers.
Table 8-1 Network access types and port numbers
Type (port number)
TELNET(8010)
SSH(8810)
SSH(8811)
SSH(8812)
SSH(22)
SSL(443)
HTTP(80)
RS232C
Meaning
Access from TELNET port 8010.
Access from SSH port 8810.
Access from SSH port 8811.
Access from SSH port 8812.
Access from SSH port 22.
Access from SSL port 443.
Access from HTTP port 80.
Access from the serial port (tty-a).
5. Time at which the authentication failure occurred. The time is the local time.
6. User name used in the authentication failure.
7. IP address of machine that attempted authentication.
Next: 8.7 Contents of Test Mail Notification
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Contents of Test Mail Notification
After settings for the XSCF mail function are complete, test mail can be sent to verify the
settings. This section explains the contents of the e-mail sent as test mail.
Figure 8-6 test mail
The following describes how to read the contents of mail shown in Figure 8-6.
Circled items 1 to 3 above are the same as in the previous sections.
4. Time at which the test mail was sent. The time is the local time.
Next: 8.8 Contents of Suspension Mail Notification
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8.8
Contents of Suspension Mail Notification
If it has some events in XSCF or the status of SMTP server and network is not normal, the
notification of XSCF E-mail might be suspended. This section explains the contents of the
e-mail sent when the Mail reporting was suspended.
Figure 8-7 Mail reporting suspension
Circled items 1 to 3 above are the same as in the previous section.
Next: "Appendix 9 XSCF REMCS Agent Function"
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Chapter 9
XSCF REMCS Agent Function
This chapter explains the REMCS agent function via XSCF.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Summary of XSCF REMCS Agent Function
Part of XSCF
Types of REMCS Center Connection
How to Set up the XSCF REMCS Agent Function
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XSCF REMCS Agent Function
Summary of XSCF REMCS Agent Function
REMCS, REMote Customer Support system, Agent is software, which spares customer's effort
and time in order to maintain customer's system. REMCS Agent works with help of the REMCS
center system. A customer's machines are monitored by REMCS Agent instead of the
customer, and REMCS Agent supports the customer's operations by communicating with the
support center via networks.
The following is summary of REMCS agent fucntion. For more information about REMCS
Agent function, see the “REMCS Agent Operator’s Guide” for the ESF.
Registration
Registration function sends customers' machine information such as software configuration,
hardware configuration and registers it to the center. REMCS Agent automatically collects the
machine information and sends it to the center. If the system configuration of a machine is
changed, the change is automatically detected. Information on the change is sent to the center
so that the REMCS Center manages the latest machine information.
Note:
XSCF don’t need the Registration. The Machine Administration function do the Registration.
Remote notification
REMCS Agent constantly monitors the status of machines. If a hardware failure occurs, it is
automatically detected and the REMCS Center is immediately notified of the abnormal event.
Information (such as that in a log and memory dump) required for incident analysis is sent to the
center. The temperature of the machine cabinet is continuously monitored and is periodically
sent to the center as statistical information. The center analyzes the received information to
investigate the cause of the failure and monitors for foreseeable signs of another failure. The
remote notification function does not require any special operation by customers.
XSCF supports the remote notification function more strongly in cooperation with the
Machine Administration function.
Investigation information collection
If a problem occurs (such as faulty operation of software) and it cannot be automatically
detected, investigation Information can be collected in a simple operation, and the information
can be sent to the REMCS Center.
Note:
XSCF don’t support this function. The Investigation information collection is done on the
Machine Administration function.
Reception of firmware
At the time of periodic connection specified by a customer, REMCS Agent is connected to the
REMCS Center. If new firmware (microprogram) is available but not installed on the machines,
it is automatically received.
The firmware can also be downloaded manually. (* Only in the models that support manual
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reception.)
Using this function, customers can maintain their firmware at the latest version.
For more information of firmware update, see “Chapter10 XSCF Firmware Update and Dump”.
Note:
XSCF don’t support this function.
Administration function.
The Reception of firmware is done on the Machine
Next: 9.2 Part of XSCF
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Part of XSCF
REMCS agent is a function installed in machine administration. XSCF follows this function.
XSCF is used partially of this function. The support can be strengthened further more by the
XSCF function's joining the REMCS agent which has the conventional Machine Administration
function. It is because it is to have come to be able to correspond also to a serious
problem(such as system shutdown, system can't start).
Figure 9-1 Example of REMCS report via XSCF
Even if the system is down, abnormality can be detected
The Machine administration function is usually communicating with the REMCS center. If the
Machne administration function is downed, XSCF communicates with the center instead of it.
As a result, errors can be detected more completely and early, and a stronger support can be
achieved.
The following is the supporting REMCS agent function of XSCF.
Table 9-1 Supporting Differences from the Machine Administration function in
REMCS
Functions of REMCS Agent
Registration
Remote Notification
z
Failure information
z
Periodical connection
Investigation information collection
Reception of firmware
Machine
administration
necessary
XSCF
unnecessary
support
support
support
support
support
support
not support
not support
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9.3 Types of REMCS Center Connection
9.3
Types of REMCS Center Connection
The connection type between customer machine and REMCS Center has five types as follows
When REMCS service is used.
Internet Connection
In this type of connection, the customer machine will be connected to REMCS Center via
Internet, directly. SMTP server is used to send to the REMCS Center. And, HTTP server is
used to receive from the REMCS Center. XSCF doesn’t use HTTP server.
Figure 9-2 REMCS report of internet connection
Internet Connection(Mail only)
In this type of connection, the customer machine will be connected to REMCS Center via
Internet, directly. However, only SMTP server is used to send to the REMCS Center.
Therefore, the firmware reception function is not available.
Figure 9-3 REMCS report of internet connection(Mail only)
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Point-to-Point(ISDN) Connection
In this type of connection, the customer machine will be connected to REMCS Center via
ISDN line, directly. It is necessary to connect both LAN that the Machine Administration
function uses and LAN that XSCF uses with the ISDN line.
Figure 9-4 REMCS report of Point-to-Point(ISDN) connection
Point-to-Point(VPN) Connection
In this type of connection, the customer machine will be connected to REMCS Center via
broadband line, such as ADSL etc., with using VPN router. It is necessary to connect both LAN
that the Machine Administration function and LAN that XSCF uses with the VPN router.
Figure 9-5 REMCS report of Point-to-Point(VPN) connection
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Management Server Connection
Because XSCF cannot be communicated with the management server, SMTP server is
necessary. Therefore, the setting of SMTP server becomes indispensable as for the XSCF
function. For more information about Management Server Connection, see the “REMCS Agent
Operator’s Guide”.
Figure 9-6 REMCS report of Management Server connection
Next: 9.4 How to Set up the XSCF REMCS Agent Function
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9.4
How to Set up the XSCF REMCS Agent
Function
This section explains how to setting up the XSCF REMCS agent.
The required steps are explained below. Each setting is made from the Machine
Administration Menu. For details of the settings,
z
Step 1: Setting up XSCF network environment.
Set the XSCF network environment on the Machine Administration Menu. For information of
“Network Configuration”, see "Chapter2 Setting Up XSCF".
z
Step 2: Setting up REMCS agent environment.
Set the REMCS agent environment on the Machine Administration Menu. And do the
Registration, Setting up REMCS environment and Connection check. For informations of the
settings, see "REMCS Agent Operator's Guide".
z
Step3: Setting up XSCF REMCS notification
In Setting up REMCS agent on Machine Administration Menu, do the setting of REMCS
Environment Setting via XSCF. For information of the setting, see "Chapter2 Setting Up
XSCF".
z
Step4: Connection Check
After the setting, the Machine Administration function checks the connection. E-mail is send
from REMCS center, when the setting is normality, and check it, please.
Next: "Chapter 10 XSCF Firmware Upgrade and Dump"
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Chapter 10 XSCF Firmware Upgrade and
Dump
This chapter explains how to upgrade the XSCF firmware, obtain a dump, and record logs.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
10.1 Upgrading the XSCF Firmware
10.2 How to Get XSCF Dump Information and Collect Logs
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Upgrading the XSCF Firmware
This section explains how to upgrade the XSCF firmware.
Before upgrading firmware
Note the following before upgrading firmware.
― Firmware upgrades are performed by the system administrator or a trained field
engineer allowed by the system administrator with root -level authority.
― When the firmware upgrades are completed, the system uses the firmware data
updated newly.
― When you upgrade the firmware, please do not return the number of the firmware
version to old number of version.
― Failure case of the Firmware Update
Because the current firmware data have been backed up to the server, so even if
you fail in the Firmware Upgrades, the system continues running normally. Only
when you succeed in the Firmware Upgrades, the system uses the new updated
firmware data.
Operating environment
― Solaris 8 OE
― Solaris 9 OE
― ESF 2.3 or later
Upgrading firmware from the machine administration function
The XSCF firmware is upgraded as a part of several firmware.
Upgrade firmware executed from the Machine Administration Menu that operates on the
Solaris OE. The operations guide for performing this operation is provided on the Machine
Administration Menu. For information about the Machine Administration Menu, see the
Machine Administration Guide for ESF.
The server has the following firmware:
― XSCF firmware
― OBP firmware
― Disk firmware
The basics of firmware upgrading from the machine administration function are provided
below.
● Registration from CD-ROM of Hardware Control Program(:HCP, hereafter)
1. Set the CD-ROM of HCP.
2. Start up the Machine Administration Menu.
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#/usr/sbin/FJSVmadm/madmin
3. Display “Hardware Control Program (HCP) Administration” menu from the Machine
Administration Menu.
Machine Administration Menu
- Hardware Control Program (HCP) Administration -
- HCP File Operation
- Update Baseboard Firmware
- Disk Firmware Administration
(This window is an example.)
4.
Select “HCP File Operation”, then select “Show/Register the Supply HCP”.
“CD-ROM”, and register the firmware by the Machine Administration Menu.
(In this state, it is not upgraded yet.)
Select
5. Return to “Hardware Control Program (HCP) Administration” menu. Select “Update
Baseboard Firmware”, then select “Show/Register Current Baseboard Firmware”.
(At this time, the current firmware version is displayed.)
Next, selet “Update”.
(At this time, some versions of the registered firmware is displayed.)
Select the firmware version that will be upgraded.
Using the Machine Administration Menu, apply the registered firmware.
6. Do the following to complete upgrades.
When OBP firmware is included in the updated firmware, the OS must be restarted to
check the applied firmware.
(For about the firmware upgrade information, see “Readme” file in the CD-ROM)
Note:
A console the XSCF shell, a standard console and a XSCF WEB function’s browser are
disconnected immediately after the update of the firmware without OBP. Please login
again when you use the XSCF.
7. Using the Machine Administration Menu, verify the result of the firmware update.
Select “Update Baseboard Firmware” in “Hardware Control Program (HCP)
Administration” menu. Then select “Show/Register Current Baseboard Firmware”.
Check whether the upgraded firmware version is displayed.
● Registration from a remote host
1. The REMCS agent function can download the firmware data to a work directory. This is
initiated 1) when operator manually requested, or 2) when periodic connection to the
REMCS center is made and new firmware is available. Since these functions are
REMCS agent functions, see the REMCS Agent Operator's Guide for ESF for more
information.
2. Display “Hardware Control Program (HCP) Administration” menu from the Machine
Administration Menu.
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3. Select “HCP File Operation”, then select “Show/Register the Supply HCP”.
“Work Area”, and register the firmware by the Machine Administration Menu.
(In this state, it is not upgraded yet.)
Select
4. Do the No.5-7 of above “Registration from CD-ROM”.
● Registration from applying of the ESF patch
1. When the following Patch is offered, "Patches application" is done.
Patch ID : 913034-xx
Package name : FJSVhcp
Patch Name : Enhanced Support Facility 2.X : Hardware Control Program patch
(X is 3 or more.)
Patch file name : 913034-xx.tar.Z
You can obtain the patches data as follows.
― Download the patch from Our Site and apply patch.
― Apply patch included in the ESF Patches CD-ROM.
When you apply patch by the ESF Patches CD-ROM, about the application method,
see “Applying patches” of “About patches for the Enhanced Support Facility 2.3 and,
Documentation Errata” in the ESF Patches CD-ROM.
Note:
See Readme file of the patch in Our Site or the ESF Patches CD-ROM. And please be
sure to check HCP version and contents of upgrade. When there is necessary related
software to apply at the same time, you have to apply those patches. About the
application method, see the document of each patches.
2. Download the patch file and extract the file to an arbitrary directory in the server which is
applied the patch.
3. Use the “patchadd” command, and register the patch.
# patchadd 913034-xx
Checking installed patches...
Verifying sufficient filesystem capacity (dry run method)...
Installing patch packages...
Patch number 913034-xx has been successfully installed.
See /var/sadm/patch/913034-xx/log for details
Executing postpatch script...
COMPLETE
Patch packages installed:
FJSVhcp
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#
(In this state, it is not upgraded yet.)
4. Display “Hardware Control Program (HCP) Administration” menu from the Machine
Administration Menu.
5. Select “HCP File Operation”, then select “Show/Register the Registered HCP”. Copy
the firmware from “Work Area”, and register it by the Machine Administration Menu.
Check whether the registered firmware version is displayed.
6. Do the No.5-7 of above “Registration from CD-ROM”.
Next: 10.2 How to Get XSCF Dump Information and Collect Logs
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10.2
XSCF Firmware Upgrade and Dump
How to Get XSCF Dump Information and
Collect Logs
This section explains how to get XSCF dump information and to collect logs.
These operations are performed by the system administrator or a trained field engineer
allowed by the system administrator.
Getting dump and log information using the Machine Administration Menu
The Machine Administration Menu that operates on the Solaris OE is used to get log
information. For the actual menu screen, see the Machine Administration Guide for ESF.
When the user gets log information, the user can also get XSCF dump information.
The following explains how to get log information using the Machine Administration Menu.
Machine Administration Menu - Log Management Menu - Log Save
(This window is an example.)
1. Display the log management menu from the Machine Administration Menu.
2. Choose Log Save.
3. Logs will be collected under /var/opt/FJSVmadm/log. Move the collected log file to any
directory, if needed.
4.
Forward collected information to a trained field engineer for more detail analysis.
Note:
Since the name of folder that holds the logs and dump file can be changed without notice, see
the Machine Administration Guide for ESF for more information.
The following table shows the details of collected log information by Machine Administration
Menu. For reference purposes, the table also shows the maximum size of the logs that can be
displayed by the XSCF shell.
Table 10-1 XSCF dump and types of XSCF logs
Type of
data
Reference:
Maximum size
displayed by
XSCF shell
Obtained data
Dump
Three generations
32-megabyte each)
of
a
XSCF
dump
(maximum
Log
Error log
2 KByte
Power log
0.5KByte
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Event log
8 KByte
Temperature history log
2 KByte
Access log
1 KByte
Note:
The dump file and log files are compressed. Some additional log files, which are logged by
Machine Administration Menu but not listed in the above table, are included to the collected log.
For the trigger for obtaining each log type and the maximum capacity for each log file required
to save the log data, see the Machine Administration Guide for ESF.
Next: "Appendix A Warning And Information Messages"
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Appendix A
Warning And Information Messages
This appendix explains the error notification messages that XSCF outputs to the server OS
console (standard console) or outputs by mail or the SNMP function.
This appendix has the followings.
Contents:
A.1
A.2
Message Types
Messages in Each Function
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A.1
Message Types
When an error occurs in the system, XSCF takes various action against this error, such as,
displays a warning or notification message on the OS console, send TRAP to a SNMP manager,
send a mail report to the administrator, and take a log.
In addition, when you power on,off, or reset the sysytem, XSCF displays an information
message on the OS console.
This section describes the messages that are most likely to be seen by the user when a server
error or the status of the server is reported.
The following are the typical types of messages:
― System messages
― Error messages
― Other information messages
System messages
A system message displays information in simple form when a server error or the status of the
server is reported. You can locate the point of problem by displayed system message on the
console.
The following table lists the system messages and their meaning.
Table A-1 System messages
System message
Meaning
An error occurred in the
platform-dependent module
(FRU).
An error occurred on the
system board (SB).
Detected hardware error
Detected failure on the System Board
Detected failure on the fan
An error occurred in the fan.
Detected failure on the power supply unit
An error occurred in the
power supply unit.
Detected failure on the CPU (CPU type=X, freq=XXXXMHz,
Parts=XXXX...)
An error occurred in the CPU.
*1
U2-Cache correctable Error (CPU type=X, freq=XXXXMHz,
Parts=XXXX...)
A U2-cache CE occurred.
*1
Cache/TLB Degrade
Parts=XXXX...)
Cache
and
TLB
degraded. *1, *2
(CPU
type=X,
freq=XXXXMHz,
are
Detected failure on the RCI node (ADDRESS=XXXXXXXX)
An RCI node error occurred.
Detected failure on the PANEL
An error occurred on the
panel.
UPS failure
An error occurred in the UPS.
Notification (Message in the error log)
Notification message. The
parentheses contains error
log messages in a notice
reporting
that
parts
replacement is not required.
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Detected abnormality of environment
An abnormal environment
condition occurred.
This
message is displayed when
an abnormal environment
condition such as an inlet
warning or an error occurred
and parts replacement is not
required.
Detected failure on the memory module(DIMM size = xxxxMB)
A memory error occurred. *1
Detected failure on the PCI card
A PCI card error occurred. *2
Memory correctable error
A memory CE occurred. *2
DTAG correctable error
Hardware configuration error
A DTAG CE occurred. *2
(DATG : The part which
controls the cache of CPU.)
A configuration error
occurred.
*1: The message in parentheses is not displayed when the XSCF Web function and the XSCF
Shell are used.
*2: These are the errors detected by only POST/OBP.
To investigate the details of these system messages, you can use the XSCF Web function and
XSCF shell to view the error information that includes the error messages. For information about
viewing Web pages and using the XSCF commands, see "Chapter5 How to Use the XSCF Web
Function" and "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
Error messages
An error message is a detailed message from the server. Purpose of system message is to
report the event briefly, and purpose of error message is to reports detail information of event,
such as, the cause and a part number. Error message is consist of up to 48 characters. You can
see the messages as a part of output from show-error-log command on XSCF shell.
For the list of error messages and corrective actions, see the list of messages displayed by the
show-error-logs command described in "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
Other information messages
In addition to the above system messages and error messages, there are also the information
messages to display them on the OS console when a normal power-on, off and reset is
performed.
1.Initial diagnose messages
Initial diagnose message is displayed on the OS console when a XSCF reset is done.
The initial diagnose message is displayed at the next cases.
● Displays it only on the OS console connected via serial(RS232C) port.
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● Displays it when an input power source is turned on at MAINTENANCE mode on the mode
switch.
● Displays it when the firmware update is performed on the Machine Administration Menu at
MAINTENANCE mode on the mode switch.
● Displays three bottoms messages of figure A-1 always when an input power source is
turned on and when the firmware update is performed. This does not depend on the mode
switch status.
The following is the XSCF’s initial diagnose messages.
Figure A-1 Initial diagnose messages
2.Normal power-on messages
The following information message is displayed on the OS console when a normal power-on is
performed.
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*1 The parentheses contains a message at HCP version 0504 or before.
*2 xxxxxxxx is an I/O Unit address which has powered on. "I/Os power on ... complete" is
displayed when all I/O unit have completed power-on.
Figure A-2 Normal power-on messages
3.Normal power-off messages
The following information message is displayed on the OS console when a normal power-off is
performed.
Figure A-3 Normal power-off messages
4.Normal reset messages
The following information message is displayed on the OS console when a normal reset is
performed.
Figure A-4 Normal reset messages
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5.FATAL log collection messages
XSCF collects a log when a FATAL CPU error has occurred. At that time, the following FATAL
log collection messages is displayed on the OS console.
*1 The parentheses contains a message at HCP version 0106 or before.
Figure A-5 FATAL log collection messages
Note:
The above messages has some which are not displayed depending on a factor. The last one of
the messages in figure A-5 is displayed whenever each message sequence ended.
6. Power on suppression messages
The following information message is displayed on the OS console when XSCF suppresses the
power-on.
*1 This is a message at HCP version 0504 or before. And it is not displayed at HCP version
0601 or later.
*2 The parentheses contains a message at HCP version 0504 or before.
Figure A-6 Power on suppression messages
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7. Control execution messages during the monitoring for foreseeable faults
The following information message is displayed on the OS console when XSCF does a
necessary control during the system monitoring.
The following example is message for the server cooling, the XSCF does the server power-off,
and power-on again.
Figure A-7 Control execution messages during the monitoring for foreseeable
faults
Next: A.2 Messages in Each Function
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A.2
Messages in Each Function
This section explains how to read typical messages displayed or logged by each of the XSCF
functions.
Messages output on standard console (OS console)
The following explains typical messages displayed on the standard console (OS console) when
XSCF detects a server error.
Three examples of messages displayed when an error has been detected or the status is being
reported are given below.
Example 1 : Jul 25 17:07:34 JST 2002 XSCF:A:PSU:[c2010100] PSU#n input failure
Example 2 : Jul 25 17:07:34 JST 2002 XSCF:W:SB:[c5340000] NVRAM CALENDER invalid
data
Example 3 : Jul 25 17:07:34 JST 2002 XSCF:I::[02000000] Start power on sequence
Each line has the following format:
Mnn DD hh:mm:ss XXX YYYY XSCF:Z:xxxx:[nnnnnnnn] Message
―
―
―
―
―
―
―
Mnn : First three letters of month in English
DD : Day of the month.
hh:mm:ss : Hour (24-hour clock):minute:second
XXX : TimeZoneName
YYYY : Year (four-digit year)
XSCF : Component name
Z : System fault level
A : Alarm (Fatal problem for system)
W : Warning (Serious problem, but system can keep working)
N : Notice (notification)
I : Information (notification)
― xxxx : Indicates the faulty part.
If the fault level is I, none is displayed. And no errorlog.
― [nnnnnnnn] : Eight-digit specific error code.
― Message : Error message up to 48 characters described in the previous section.
Additionally, system messages and other specific detailed messages are displayed.
For information about error codes and error messages, see "Appendix B XSCF Log
Information".
Messages output as a mail report
When a server error is detected, the XSCF mail function sends a report to the user. The mail
message includes both the system messages and error messages described in the previous
section.
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For an example of an actually displayed mail message, see "Chapter 8 XSCF Mail Function".
Messages output by SNMP agent function
When a server error is detected, the XSCF SNMP agent function generates a trap. The SNMP
message contains the error messages.
For an example of an actually displayed mail message, see "Chapter7 XSCF SNMP Agent
Function".
Messages output by the XSCF Web function
The XSCF Web function has a menu to display logs. When you find any abnormality on XSCF
Web, such as the CHECK LED on the remote panel blinks, you may want to check the log.
By selecting a log on XSCF Web, you can see system message and error message with detail
information.
Messages output to the XSCF shell terminal
When the user logs in to XSCF from a terminal that can use the XSCF shell, messages are
displayed on the initial screen. When the CHECK LED on the operator panel and remote panel
blinks or a server error is recognized on the standard console (OS console), the XSCF
show-error-logs command can be used to display system messages and error massages together
with other specific messages.
For display examples and more information about the initial message and XSCF command
messages, see "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell" and "Appendix B XSCF Log
Information".
Next: "Appendix B XSCF Log Information"
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Appendix B
XSCF Log Information
Appendix B describes the following XSCF log information, which can be viewed on the XSCF
console using XSCF commands:
- Error logs (viewed with the show-error-logs command)
- Power logs (viewed with the show-power-logs command)
- Event logs (viewed with the show-event-logs command)
This appendix has the following contents.
Contents:
B.1
B.2
B.3
B.4
XSCF Error Log List and Actions
XSCF Power Logs List
XSCF Event Logs List
XSCF Error Code Table
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B.1
XSCF Error Log List and Actions
This section lists all error log information displayed when the show-error-logs command is
executed on the XSCF console. The table below explains the items in the error log list. For
information about a command to display logs and options to the command, see "Chapter6 How to
Use the XSCF Command Shell". To view logs by error code, use "XSCF Error Code Table" in
Section B.4.
Table B-1-1 How to read the error log list
Error code
Unique hexadecimal number identifying the error
Message
Error message
Explanation
Explains the meaning of the message.
Replacement
part/number
Indicates the part to be replacement and its part number.
Examples:
When "FF: -/FF"described、replacement part cannot specified.
When "41: PSU/0-2"described、category number is 41 and replacement
part is PSU and Number is 0 to 2.
Please refer to Table B-1-P about parts number.
Action
Action to be taken.
Error level
Shows a level that indicates the extent of the effects of the error on the
system. The following three error levels are reported:
Report level:
A: Alarm (Fatal problem for system)
The system cannot continue operation.
― (EPOFF) : Emergency power off.
― (STOP) : Emergency shutdown.
― (UNABLE TO START) : The system could not be started.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
W: Warning (Serious problem, but system can keep working)
The system can continue operation, but there is a problem with
the configuration. Contact a FE.
N: Notice (notification)
The message reports an event such as a change in installation
environment. This does not mean a problem.
Shows whether an automatic report is done to the REMCS center when
the system detects an error concerned. The service contract is
separately necessary for a remote control from the REMCS center.
Only when the service contract is made and ESF is set correctly
concerning REMCS, an automatic reporting is done.
There are two report levels:
3 : There is a serious problem with a part or a system warning has
occurred. Reporting is done.
0 : There is no problem, and reporting is not done.
Error
detection
source:
The hardware which detects an error. There are "XSCF","POST",
"OBP" and "Machine Administration".
A list of errors for each error level recorded in the error log is provided below.
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Alarm
The following table lists alarm-level errors (errors that prevent the continuation of system
operation) and the actions to be taken.
To view errors by error code, use "XSCF Error Code Table" in Section B.4.
Alarm[1] Alarm[2] Alarm[3] Warnig[1] Warnig[2] Warnig[3] Warnig[4] Notice[1] Notice[2]
Notice[3] Notice[4]
Table B-1-2 Alarm-level errors[1]
Error code
4201010n
C0800000
C0800100
C0800200
C0800300
C0800400
C0800500
Message and explanation
Message: PSU#n ACFAIL
(When the input power source is the AC Type.)
PSU#n input failure
(When the input power source is the DC Type.)
Explanation:
Input power source failure (power supply not redundant) was
detected.
Replacement part/number:
41:PSU/0-2
Action:
Check the installation environment.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Critical input interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Machine check interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Data storage interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Instruction storage interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal External interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Alignment interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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C0800600
C0800700
C0800800
C0800900
C0800A00
C0800B00
C0800C00
C0800D00
C0801000
C0801100
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Program interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal System call interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal PIT interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal FIT interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal WDT interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Data TLB miss interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Instruction TLB miss interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU Illegal Debug interrupt
Explanation:
An illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SYSTEM CONTROL BUS data transfer error
Explanation:
A data transfer error was detected on the system control bus.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SYSTEM CONTROL BUS data transfer timeout error
Explanation:
A data transfer timeout was detected on the system control bus.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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C0801200
C0802000
C0803000
C0803100
C0803200
C0804000
C0804100
C0805000
C0805300
C0806000
Message: SYSTEM CONTROL BUS data transfer incomplete
Explanation:
A data transfer interrupt was detected on the system control bus.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: TOD/NVRAM compare error
Explanation:
A compare error was detected in NVRAM (TOD).
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-SDRAM compare error
Explanation:
A compare error was detected in SCF-SDRAM.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-SDRAM uncorrectable error
Explanation:
An ECC UE was detected in SCF-SDRAM.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-SDRAM correctable error
Explanation:
An ECC CE was detected in SCF-SDRAM.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCFC parity error
Explanation:
A parity error was detected in the SCFC.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCFC parity test error
Explanation:
A parity detection function error was detected in the SCFC.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: XSCF(current bank) checksum error
Explanation:
The checksum for the current bank in SCF-FMEM is defferent from
one, which is stored before swtiching of bank.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: XSCF boot header error
Explanation:
A boot header identifier error was detected in SCF-FMEM.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU PIT timeout error
Explanation:
A PIT interrupt did not occur in the SCF-CPU.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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C0806100
C0807000
C0807100
C0807200
C0808000
C0808100
C0809200
C080F000
C1000100
C1000200
Message: SCF-CPU WDT timeout error
Explanation:
A WDT interrupt did not occur in the SCF-CPU.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-SDRAM ECC CE test error
Explanation:
ECC did not detect a correctable error in SCF-SDRAM.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-SDRAM ECC CE test compare error
Explanation:
ECC corrected a correctable error in SCF-SDRAM, but the
correction was incorrect.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-SDRAM ECC UE test error
Explanation:
ECC did not detect an uncorrectable error in SCF-SDRAM.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: UART loop-back error
Explanation:
A data receive timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: UART compare error
Explanation:
A transmission data compare error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: TOD error
Explanation:
A calendar operation error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU reset retry out
Explanation:
SCF cannot complete its resetting, properly. or WDT reset failed.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: System hangup(RESET)
Explanation:
A startup monitoring timeout error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: System hangup(OBP)
Explanation:
An OBP monitoring timeout error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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C1001100
C1001200
C1001300
C201020n
C201030n
C2010400
C20106FF
Message: System hangup(OS) Level=1
Explanation:
An interrupt ACK monitoring error was detected while OS was
working.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: System hangup(OS) Level=2
Explanation:
An interrupt ACK monitoring error was detected while OS was not
working. Or after an interrupt ACK monitoring error was detected, panic failed.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: System hangup(OS) Level=3
Explanation:
An interrupt ACK monitoring error was detected while OS was not
working. Or after an interrupt ACK monitoring error was detected, panic and getting information
failed.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n failed
Explanation:
A power supply error (power supply not redundant) was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41:PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n PWOK error
Explanation:
An output voltage error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41:PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU mount error
Explanation:
An uninstalled PSU (power supply not redundant) was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41:PSU/0-2
Action:
Install the missing PSU.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU configuration error
Explanation:
The number of PSUs is incorrect.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the PSU configuration. Contact the system administrator or
a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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C20107FF
(Alarm)
C202010n
C202020n
Message: PSU type is not proper #0-DC,#1-DC,#2-AC
Explanation:
The type of PSU is not appropriate.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the PSU configuration. Contact the system administrator or
a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: DDC-A not mounted
Explanation:
The DDC-A is not installed.
Replacement part/number:
43: DDC-A/0
Action:
Install the DDC-A. (Or Replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPUDDC not mounted
Explanation:
The CPUDDC is not installed.
Replacement part/number:
42: CPUDDC/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Contact the system
Contact the system
C202030n
Message: DDC-A#n alarm
Explanation:
A DDC-A device error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
43: DDC-A/0
Action:
Replace the DDC-A. (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C202040n
Message: DDC-B#n alarm
Explanation:
A DDC-B device error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
44: DDC-B/0
Action:
Replace the DDC-B. (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C202050n
Message: CPUDDC#n alarm
Explanation:
A CPUDDC device error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
42: CPUDDC/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Contact the system
C202060n
Message: DDC-B not mounted
Explanation:
The DDC-B is not installed.
Replacement part/number:
44: DDC-B/0
Action:
Install the DDC-B. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C20301FF
Message: CPU not mounted
Explanation:
The CPU is not installed.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ FF
Action:
Install the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C20302FF
C203030n
Message: ALL CPUs are degraded
Explanation:
ALL CPUs degradation was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ FF
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Contact the system
Contact the system
Message: Illegal CPU
Explanation:
Unsupported CPU was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:XSCF
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C2111000
C2111100
C2111200
C2120100
C2120200
C2120300
C2120400
C2130100
C2130300
Message: Pon sequence timeout(sectionXX) .status:YY
Explanation:
A power on sequence timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Poff sequence timeout(sectionXX)
Explanation:
A power off sequence timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number: 01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Reset sequence timeout(sectionXX) .status:YY
Explanation:
A reset sequence timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: System(POWER ON) Retry out
Explanation:
OFF/ON retries exceeded the limit.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: System(FATAL) Retry out
Explanation:
Retries against fatal error exceeds the limit.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU.
Or for model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI-board.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: System(RESET) Retry out
Explanation:
Retries, caused by timeout of system starting up by reset, exceeds
the limit.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU.
Or for model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI-board.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: System(PON SEQUENCE) Retry out
Explanation:
Retries, caused by timeout of system starting up by power-on,
exceeds the limit.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU.
Or for model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI-board.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Unknown SB-TYPE(XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
The SB type is not supported.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: UPA frequency expectant value is out of range
Explanation:
UPA clock frequency value is abnorrmal.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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C2130400
C306000n
Message: Pon sequence error(sectionXX) .status:YY
Explanation:
A power-on sequence error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: THERMAL-SENSOR#n(CPU) access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C306020n
Message: CPU#n thermal alarm(shutdown) xxC
Explanation:
An abnormal temperature was detected on the CPU.
Replacement part/number:
11:CPU/0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C306030n
Message: CPU#n thermal alarm(epoff) xxC
Explanation:
An abnormal temperature was detected on the CPU.
Replacement part/number:
11:CPU/0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C30B000n
Message: HARDWARE-MONITOR#n access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C30B020n
Message: PSU#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or Replace the SB.
Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C30B0600
Message: DDC-B xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
44: DDC-B/0
Action:
Replace the DDC-B. (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C30B0A0n
Message: DDC-A#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
43: DDC-A/0
Action:
Replace the DDC-A. (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
C30B0C00
Message: DDC-C#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
B-10
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C30B0E0n
C30B100n
C30B120n
C30B140n
C30C0000
C30C0100
C30D000n
C30D010n
Message: PSU#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or Replace the SB.
Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or Replace the SB.
Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or Replace the SB.
Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPUDDC#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
42: CPUDDC/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Contact the system
Message: SC access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SC PLL lock error
Explanation:
A PLL lock error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: XB#n access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: XB#n PLL lock error
Explanation:
A PLL lock error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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C30E010n
(Alarm)
C30E030n
C30E050n
C3160300
C3160400
C3170000
CD000600
CE01000n
Message: FAN-CONTROLLER#n access error
Explanation:
A system control bus access error (bus-configuration not
redundant) was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00 (model 250-R),
32:FANJT/0-1 (FAN#0-3 of model 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q)
03:PCI-BD/00 (FAN#4-7 of model 450-R/450-Q)
Action:
For model 250-R: Replace the SB.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the SB if fan from #0 to #3 is specified.
For model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI board if fan from #4 to #7 is specified.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: FAN#n alarm (xxxxrpm)
Explanation:
An abnormal fan speed (fan-configuration not redundant) was
detected.
Replacement part/number:
31:FAN/0-7
Action:
Replace the fan.
(Or Do the action of the above "FAN-CONTROLLER#n".)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: FAN#n not mounted
Explanation:
A fan is not installed (fan-configuration not redundant)..
Replacement part/number:
31:FAN/0-7
Action:
Install the missing FAN.
(Or Do the action of the above "FAN-CONTROLLER#n".)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SB serial number is 0
Explanation:
The SB serial number was all 0s.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: PANEL serial number is 0
Explanation:
The PANEL serial number was all 0s.
Replacement part/number:
02: PANEL/ 00
Action:
Replace the panel.
(Or for models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Unsupported SB-Revision (xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxx)
Explanation:
An SB revision with an unsupported is installed.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Upgrade appropriate firmware. Contact the system administrator or
a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Unknown SCF-FMEM ID(ID=xx TYPE=xx)
Explanation:
An SCF-FMEM with an unsupported ID/type is installed.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPU#n JTAG IR setting error
Explanation:
A JIR setting error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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Contact the system
CE02000n
Message: CPU#n JTAG compare error
Explanation:
A setting data compare error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Contact the system
CE03000n
Message: CPU#n JTAG status error
Explanation:
A JTAG status timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB. ) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
CE0301FF
Message: CPU JTAG status error
Explanation:
A JTAG status timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB. ) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
CE030200
CE0303FF
CE0304FF
CE03050n
CE04000n
CE040100
CE04020n
Message: SC JTAG status error
Explanation:
A JTAG status timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: XB#0-2 JTAG status error
Explanation:
A JTAG status timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: XB#3-5 JTAG status error
Explanation:
A JTAG status timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: U2P#n JTAG status error
Explanation:
A JTAG status timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
For models 250-R4/250-R/250-P/450-R:
Replace the SB.
For model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI board if U2P#0's error . (Or replace the SB. )
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPU#n JTAG ID code error
Explanation:
An ID code error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB. ) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SC JTAG ID code error
Explanation:
An ID code error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: XB#n JTAG ID code error
Explanation:
An ID code error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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CE04030n
CE07100n
CE080000
CE09000n
CE0A0000
CE20010n
CE20020n
CE20040n
CE200700
CE200900
Message: U2P#n JTAG ID code error
Explanation:
An ID code error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
For models 250-R4/250-R/250-P/450-R:
Replace the SB.
For model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI board if U2P#0's error . (Or replace the SB. )
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Correct. error count over flow(offline desired)
Explanation:
The CPU is degraded because too many ECC correctable errors
are detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SYSTEM CONTROL BUS fatal timeout(SC Register)
Explanation:
SYSTEM CONTROL BUS timeout error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SYSTEM CONTROL BUS fatal timeout(XB#n Register)
Explanation:
SYSTEM CONTROL BUS timeout error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: SYSTEM CONTROL BUS fatal timeout(SC History)
Explanation:
SYSTEM CONTROL BUS timeout error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Processor fatal error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A CPU fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Invalid adrs. error(00000000)
Explanation:
A CPU fatal error occurred. The cause may be due to software.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU or SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Invalid interrupt error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A CPU fatal error occurred. The cause may be due to software.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU or SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: DTAG error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Cache coherent error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
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CE201000
CE201200
CE201300
CE20150n
CE209400
CE209500
CE209600
CE209700
CE209800
Message: UPA I/O fatal error IO#0(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
For models 250-R4/250-R/250-P/450-R:
Replace the SB.
For model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI board. (Or replace the SB. )
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: UPA I/O fatal error IO#2(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: UPA I/O fatal error IO#3(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Interconnect data error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3 or 01: SB/ 00
Action:
For the Replacement part is CPU:
Replace the CPU. (Or Replace the SB.)
For the Replacement part is SB:
Replace the SB.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Fatal error(SC)
Explanation:
Logging errors when a fatal error occurs.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Please check the errors occurred before or after. Then perform it as
follow. Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Fatal error(XB)
Explanation:
Logging errors when a fatal error occurs.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Please check the errors occurred before or after. Then perform it as
follow. Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Fatal error(CPU#n,mm)
Explanation:
Logging errors when a fatal error occurs. (mm is detail code.)
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Please check the errors occurred before or after. Then perform it as
follow. Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: RC data error(yy)(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
RC data errors caused a fatal error.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. However, if the error occurred after a failure to
upgrade firmware, retry the upgrade. If the upgrade still fails, replace the SB. Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Hardware too many errors(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
Analysis is not possible because there are too many error factors.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
B-15
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CE209900
CE20F10n
CE20F200
CE20FB00
Message: Hardware no error region(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
Analysis is not possible because there are no error factors.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Fatal error(Internal)(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/0-3 or 01: SB/00
Action:
For the Replacement part is CPU:
Replace the CPU. (Or Replace the SB.)
For the Replacement part is SB:
Replace the SB.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Fatal error(Outside)(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: Bus protocol error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
(*x): yyyy: device address.
Alarm Warnig Notice
Table B-1-3 Alarm-level errors[2]
Error code
020000F2
0300003A
0300003B
0310003C
0320003C
Message and explanation
Message: System Config. Error(No CPU(fail))
Explanation:
No CPU is operational. This could happen when OS degrades all
CPU's.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: flash memory check sum error(FROM#0)
Explanation:
A flash memory checksum error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: flash memory check sum error(FROM#1)
Explanation:
A flash memory checksum error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: SRAM Data Line error(SRAM)
Explanation:
A SRAM data line error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: SRAM Address Line error(SRAM)
Explanation:
A SRAM address line error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
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0330003C
04000031
05000032
05010032
10000030
10010030
10100030
Message: SRAM Data error(SRAM)
Explanation:
A SRAM data error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: SC Register error(SC)
Explanation:
A SC register error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: SCF check error(SCF)
Explanation:
A XSCF reset timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: SCF check error(SCF)
Explanation:
A XSCF status error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: DTAG error(DTAG)
Explanation:
A DTAG error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: DTAG error(DTAG)
Explanation:
A DTAG error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Message: DTAG Init error(DTAG)
Explanation:
At the initialization of DTAG, an error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:POST
Alarm Warnig Notice
Table B-1-4 Alarm-level errors[3]
Error code
Message and explanation
1100000n
Message: [RST]initialization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed. [RST=Reset phase]
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3 or 01: SB/ 00 or FF: -/FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
1108020n
Message: [RST]Watchdog reset
Explanation:
A watchdog reset occurred. [RST=Reset phase]
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3 or FF: -/FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
1108050n
Message: [RST]RED state exception
Explanation:
A RED state occurred. [RST=Reset phase]
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3 or FF: -/FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
1108TT00
(TT=trap
type
number)
Message: [RST]Trap occurred
Explanation:
An illegal trap error occurred. [RST=Reset phase]
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
B-17
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120000FF
130000FF
140000FF
150000FF
160000FF
170000FF
180000FF
181000FF
182000FF
190000FF
1A00000n
Message: [BI1]initailization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[BI1=Initialization-1 phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [BI2]initialization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[BI2=Initialization-2 phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [L1]initailization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[L1=Initialization-3 phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [U2P]initailization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[U2P=U2P node phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [CTIMER]initialization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[CTIMER=Timer node phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [BEBUS]Probing Basic ebus device failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[BEBUS=Required ebus node phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [OBPENV]initialization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[OBPENV=About EEPROM phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [OBPENV]eeprom data invalid(set-default)
Explanation:
Abnormality is detected in the panel EEPROM, where environment
variables of OBP are stored. [OBPENV=About EEPROM phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [OBPENV]eeprom data invalid
Explanation:
Abnormality is detected in the panel EEPROM, where system ID
information is stored. [OBPENV=About EEPROM phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [EEBUS]Probing Extended ebus device failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[EEBUS=Ebus node phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [CPU]Probing CPU failed
Explanation:
CPU failed while Initialization of the OBP.
[CPU=CPU node phase]
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. Then contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
B-18
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1A0000FF
1B0000FF
1C00002n
1D00004n
1E0000XX
(XX=42,43)
1F000044
21000045
230000FF
240000FF
250000FF
Message: [CPU]Probing CPU failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[CPU=CPU node phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [NVRAMRC]initialization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the OBP failed.
[NVRAMRC=NVRAMRC execution phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/FF
Action:
Please confirm the description of nvramrc. Then contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [PCI]Probing PCI failed(PCI#0n)
Explanation:
Trouble occurred while probing the PCI slot.
[PCI=PCI probing phase]
Replacement part/number:
92: PCI/ 00-08
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [SCSI]Probing PCI failed(SCSI#n)
Explanation:
Trouble occurred while probing the SCSI.
[SCSI=SCSI probing phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [NET]Probing PCI failed(LAN#n)
Explanation:
Trouble occurred while probing the LAN.
[NET=NET probing phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [ATAPI]Probing PCI failed(ATAPI)
Explanation:
Trouble occurred while probing the IDE.
[ATAPI=IDE probing phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [USB]Probing PCI failed(USB)
Explanation:
Trouble occurred while probing the USB.
[USB=USB probing phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Please replace the USB device. (Or replace the SB.) Then contact
a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [CONS]install console failed
Explanation:
Trouble occurred in the console install processing.
[CONS=Console setting phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Please confirm values of the OBP environment variable,
boot-device. Then contact a FE. When you find any message in prior to this message, check the
earlier message, first.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [SBinf]SBinf failed
Explanation:
SB configration information notification failed.
[SBinf=Startup phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [BOOTP]Boot Process failed
Explanation:
Boot process failed. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Please
confirm
values
of
the
OBP
environment
variable,boot-device. Then contact a FE. Please follows that when another one is ahead of this
message.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
B-19
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250000FF
-(2)
251000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTP]All boot devices failed
Explanation:
An error was detected in all boot-devices. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Please
confirm
values
of
the
OBP
environment
variable,boot-device. Then contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
Message: [BOOTP]disk label error
Explanation:
A disk label error was detected. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Please confirm whether Disk specified by OBP environment
variable (or boot-device) is boot possible Disk( or CDROM). Then contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
252000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTP]SCSI error
Explanation:
A disk boot error was detected. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
253000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTP]SCSI I/O error
Explanation:
A disk boot error was detected. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
254000XX
(XX=50-55)
Message: [BOOTP]PCI S-ERR
Explanation:
A PCI address parity error occurred. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
255000XX
(XX=42,43)
Message: [BOOTP]network error(LAN#n)
Explanation:
A network boot error occurred. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
256000XX
(XX=42,43)
Message: [BOOTP]network error(LAN#n)
Explanation:
A network boot error occurred. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
25700044
Message: [BOOTP]IDE error
Explanation:
A CDROM/DVD boot error occurred. [BOOTP=Boot phase1]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
260000FF
Message: [BOOTB]Boot block error
Explanation:
Execution of the boot block was abnormally terminated.
[BOOTB=Boot block phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
It might not be a correct disk. Please confirm the disk.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
261000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTB]disk label error
Explanation:
A disk label error was detected. [BOOTB=Boot block phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
262000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTB]SCSI error
Explanation:
A disk boot error was detected. [BOOTB=Boot block phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
B-20
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263000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTB]SCSI I/O error
Explanation:
A disk boot error was detected. [BOOTB=Boot block phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
264000XX
(XX=50-55)
Message: [BOOTB]PCI S-ERR
Explanation:
A PCI address parity error occurred.
[BOOTB=Boot block phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
265000XX
(XX=42,43)
Message: [BOOTB]network error(LAN#n)
Explanation:
A network boot error occurred. [BOOTB=Boot block phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
266000XX
(XX=42,43)
Message: [BOOTB]network error(LAN#n)
Explanation:
A network boot error occurred. [BOOTB=Boot block phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
270000FF
Message: [BOOTOS]Boot OS failed
Explanation:
Initialization of OS on the OBP environment was abnormally
terminated. [BOOTOS=OS phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
271000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTOS]disk label error
Explanation:
A disk label error was detected. [BOOTOS=OS phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
272000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTOS]SCSI error
Explanation:
A disk boot error was detected. [BOOTOS=OS phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
273000XX
(*p)
Message: [BOOTOS]SCSI I/O error
Explanation:
A disk boot error was detected. [BOOTOS=OS phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 92: PCI/ 00-08 or 91: DISK/ 0-5
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
274000XX
(XX=50-55)
Message: [BOOTOS]PCI S-ERR
Explanation:
A PCI address parity error occurred.
[BOOTOS=OS phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
275000XX
(XX=42,43)
Message: [BOOTOS]network error(LAN#n)
Explanation:
A network boot error occurred. [BOOTOS=OS phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
276000XX
(XX=42,43)
Message: [BOOTOS]network error(LAN#n)
Explanation:
A network boot error occurred. [BOOTOS=OS phase]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
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280000FF
281000FF
281000XX
(*p)
Message: [OSRUN]OS Running OBP failed
Explanation:
An OBP call was not completed whille OS runninng.
[OSRUN=OS running phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [OSRUN]OS Running OS abort
Explanation:
Control is moved to OBP because OS gave up managing any
serious trouble. [OSRUN=OS running phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: OS aborted
Explanation:
Control is moved to OBP because OS gave up managing any
serious trouble.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
2A0000FF
Message: [POFF]Power off sequence failed
Explanation:
Power off sequence failed. [POFF=Power off phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
2B0000FF
Message: [REBOOT]Reboot sequence failed
Explanation:
Reset sequence failed. [REBOOT=Reboot phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
2C0000FF
Message: [INIT0]Init 0 sequence failed
Explanation:
Problem is detected during shutting down to OBP.
[INIT0=Init 0 phase]
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [RED]RED State exception occurred
Explanation:
A RED state occurred.
[RED=RED/WDR/XIR phase]
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
2E0000FF
2E1000FF
Message: [RED]Watchdog reset occurred
Explanation:
A watchdog reset occurred. [RED=RED/WDR/XIR phase]
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
2E2000FF
Message: [RED]Reset Switch
Explanation:
A Reset Switch was pressed.
[RED=RED/WDR/XIR phase]
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
Message: [Autoboot stop]No Available TOD
Explanation:
A boot supression for abnormality of TOD time value.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
There is a possibility of the illegal time setting. So, please set
33000039
a time by "set-tod-all" command. Replace the SB when you will have the same
message again after reboot. Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
330000FF
Alarm/:0/:OBP
Message: [Autoboot stop]Panel data Error
Explanation:
A boot supression for abnormality of the panel EEPROM data.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
B-22
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330000FF
_(2)
Message: [Autoboot stop]RCI is not configured
Explanation:
A boot supression for non-configured RCI.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Please configure the RCI by "rci-config" and "rci-configio"
command. Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
FF0000FF
Message: Reset Switch
Explanation:
A CPU reset occurred and logs are recorded.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
xx0000FF
(*p)
Message: OBP initializing aborted
Explanation:
Initialization of OBP failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Please follows that when another one is ahead of this message.
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:0/:OBP
xx080ayy
(*p)
Message: [ppp]Instruction Access Error
Explanation:
An illegal trap error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 11: CPU/ 0-3 or 21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
xx0810yy
(*p)
Message: [ppp]Illegal instruction
Explanation:
An illegal trap error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
xx0832yy
(*p)
Message: [ppp]Data Access Error
Explanation:
An illegal trap error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or 11: CPU/ 0-3 or 21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
xx0864yy
(*p)
Message: [ppp]Fast Instruction Access MMU Miss
Explanation:
An illegal trap error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
xx0868yy
(*p)
Message: [ppp]Fast Data Access MMU Miss
Explanation:
An illegal trap error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:OBP
(*p) xx:Test phase number, XX,yy:Component number, zzz:Component name,
ppp:Phase abbreviation. Please refer to Table B-1-T and Table B-1-C for details.
Alarm Warnig Notice
Information
The content of the error messages might be changed because of the function improvement.
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Warning
The following table lists warning-level errors (e.g., errors in which operation can continue but in
a degraded state) and the actions to be taken.
To view errors by error code, use “XSCF Error Code Table" in Section B.4.
Alarm[1] Alarm[2] Alarm[3] Warnig[1] Warnig[2] Warnig[3] Warnig[4] Notice[1] Notice[2]
Notice[3] Notice[4]
Table B-1-5 Warning-level errors[1]
Error code
Message and explanation
4201010n
Message: PSU#n ACFAIL
(When the input power source is the AC Type.)
PSU#n input failure
(When the input power source is the DC Type.)
Explanation:
Input power source failure (power supply remains redundant) was
detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/ 0-2
Action:
Check the installation environment.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
4201040n
Message: PSU#n mount error
Explanation:
A PSU is not installed (power supply remains redundant).
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the PSU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
5080000n
Message: Parts Status Reset Failure
Explanation:
In Machine Administration Menu, the status of abnormal PSU was
reset.
Replacement part/number:
41:PSU/0-2
Action:
Check the installation environment.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Or Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:XSCF
Message: XSCF(reserved bank) checksum error
Explanation:
A reserved-bank checksum error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. However, if the error was detected during a
firmware upgrade or after a failure to upgrade firmware, retry the upgrade. If the upgrade still
fails, replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
80805100
80805400
Message: SCF-FMEM checksum error
Explanation:
Check sum error is detected in flash memory.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. However, if the error was detected during a
firmware upgrade or after a failure to upgrade firmware, retry the upgrade. If the upgrade still
fails, replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
80805600
Message: SCF-FMEM update unfinished
Explanation:
Update of firmware is not properly finished.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Retry the update. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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80809000
Message: TOD stop
Explanation:
Stop of calendar timer is detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
80809100
Message: TOD invalid data
Explanation:
Illegal value is detected on calendar timer.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
80809300
8201020n
8201050n
82050100
830101FF
830104FF
Message: NVRAM battery low
Explanation:
Low battery voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n failed
Explanation:
A power supply error (power supply remains redundant) was
detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/ 0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n warning
Explanation:
An alert was detected in a PSU.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/ 0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: NVRAM battery low
Explanation:
Low battery voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: INLET thermal low warning
Explanation:
Low inlet temperature was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the installation environment.
(Or Replace the panel.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: INLET thermal high warning
Explanation:
High inlet temperature was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the installation environment.
(Or Replace the panel.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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83020100
8306010n
83080100
830B010n
830B0500
830B090n
830B0B00
830B0D0n
Message: PANEL-FRU data error
Explanation:
An FRU data error in PANEL-EEPROM was detected.
Replacement part/number:
02: PANEL/ 00
Action:
Replace the panel.
(For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPU#n thermal high warning
Explanation:
High CPU temperature was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SB-FRU data error
Explanation:
An FRU data error on the SB was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or Replace the SB.
Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: DDC-B xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
44: DDC-B/0
Action:
Replace the DDC-B. (Or replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: DDC-A xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
43: DDC-A/ 0
Action:
Replace the DDC-A. (Or replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: DDC-C#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or Replace the SB.
Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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830B0F0n
830B110n
830B130n
Message: PSU#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or Replace the SB.
Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or Replace the SB.
Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPUDDC#n xx.xxV(expect xx.xxV)
Explanation:
An abnormal voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
42: CPUDDC/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Contact the system
830E000n
Message: FAN-CONTROLLER#n access warning
Explanation:
A system control bus access error (bus-configuration remains
redundant) was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00 (model 250-R),
32:FANJT/0-1 (FAN#0-3 of model 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q)
03:PCI-BD/00 (FAN#4-7 of model 450-R/450-Q)
Action:
For model 250-R: Replace the SB.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the SB if fan from #0 to #3 is specified.
For model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI board if fan from #4 to #7 is specified.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8310010n
Message: CPU#n-FRU data error
Explanation:
An FRU data error on CPU#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8310020n
Message: Unknown CPU#n FRU-IDCODE xx, so using xx
Explanation:
Unknown CPU ID code was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or Replace the SB.)
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8311000n
Contact the system
Message: SLOT#n-FRU access error
Explanation:
An FRU access error in SLOT#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Replace the SLOT(memory). (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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8311010n
83120000
83120100
8313000n
8313010n
8314000n
8314010n
Message: SLOT#n-FRU data error
Explanation:
An FRU data error in SLOT#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Replace the SLOT(memory). (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PCI-BD-FRU access error
Explanation:
An FRU access error on the PCI-BD was detected.
Replacement part/number:
03: PCI-BD/ 00 (model 450-Q only)
Action:
Replace the PCI board (model 450-Q only).
(Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PCI-BD-FRU data error
Explanation:
An FRU data error on the PCI-BD was detected.
Replacement part/number:
03: PCI-BD/ 00 (model 450-Q only)
Action:
Replace the PCI board (model 450-Q only).
(Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n-FRU access error
Explanation:
An FRU access error on PSU#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/ 0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n-FRU data error
Explanation:
An FRU data error on PSU#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/ 0-2
Action:
Replace the PSU.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCSI-BP#n-FRU access error
Explanation:
An FRU access error on SCSI-BP#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
04: SCSI-BP/ 0-1
Action:
Replace the SCSI-BP.
(Or for models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCSI-BP#n-FRU data error
Explanation:
An FRU data error on SCSI-BP#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
04: SCSI-BP/ 0-1
Action:
Replace the SCSI-BP.
(Or for models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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84yyyy01
(*x)
84yyyy02
(*x)
84yyyy03
(*x)
84yyyy04
(*x)
84yyyy05
(*x)
84yyyy06
(*x)
84yyyy07
(*x)
Message: FAN#xx alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A decrease in fan speed was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Replace the fan of the specified IO device. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Power Unit alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A power supply error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Replace the power supply unit of the specified IO device.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Memory backup battery warning (XXXXXXXX,XX)
Explanation:
A memory battery error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Replace the battery of the specified IO device. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Extend power warning (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
An extended power interface error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the power interface connected to the specified IO device.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: UPS alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A UPS error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the UPS unit connected to the specified IO device. Contact
the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Thermal alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A temperature error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Improve the environment. Contact the system administrator or a
FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: AC alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
Abnormality is detected about the power supplied to the system.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the voltage of power supplied to the system. Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
84yyyy08
(*x)
Message: Diag alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A device-specific error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Replace the specified IO device. Contact the system administrator
or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
84yyyy09
(*x)
Message: Mount alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A mount error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the installation status of the specified IO device. Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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(*x)
84yyyyF2
(*x)
84yyyyF3
(*x)
84yyyyF4
(*x)
870005FF
8D000500
8E07200n
8E07300n
8E208500
Message: RCI disconnected. RCI is invalidated. Code=XX
Explanation:
A communication error between RCI control circuits was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Alarm/:3/:XSCF
Message: RCI Status check timeout(XXXXXXXX code=YY)
Explanation:
An RCI network communication timeout error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the RCI cable connection, power supply of the connected
device, and the connection for RCI termination. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: RCI neuron interface error code = XXXX
Explanation:
A RCI control circuits token error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the RCI cable connection, power supply of the connected
device, and the connection for RCI termination. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Unknown RCI device was detected(XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
An unregistered RCI device was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
After checking the unregistered device, reconstruct the RCI if
installation of the device is required. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-LAN IP duplicate
Explanation:
An IP address duplication error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the LAN environment. Contact the system administrator or a
FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-FMEM bank change error
Explanation:
Bank switching was disabled.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Correct. error count over flow
Explanation:
Count of ECC correctable errors detected by the CPU#n exceeds
the threshold.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Please check the errors occurred before. Then perform it as follow.
Replace the SLOT(memory). (Or Replace the PCI-Card, or replace the SB, or replace the
CPU.) Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPU#n JTAG-IDCODE xx differ from FRU-IDCODE yy
Explanation:
A CPU ID CODE error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Error symptom(CPU#n,04)
Explanation:
Logging errors when a CPU error symptom occurs.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Please check the errors occurred before or after. Then perform it as
follow. Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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8E208600
Message: Error symptom(CPU#n,02)
Explanation:
Logging errors when a CPU error symptom occurs.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Please check the errors occurred before or after. Then perform it as
follow. Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8E208700
Message: RC data error(yy)
Explanation:
Analysis was not possible because a log request was issued in the
RC data error state.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. However, if the error occurred after a failure to
upgrade the firmware, retry the upgrade. If the upgrade still fails, replace the SB. Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8E208800
Message: Hardware too many errors
Explanation:
Analysis is not possible because there are too many error factors.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8E208900
8E20F30n
Message: Hardware no error region(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
Analysis is not possible because there are no error factors.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB or CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Uncorrec. error(Internal)(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A hardware error detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8E20F40n
Message: Uncorrec. error(Outside)(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A hardware error detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00 or 11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the SB or SLOT(memory) or CPU. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8E20F700
Message: Uncorrec. error(Marked)(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A hardware error detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Do the action of the error generated before.. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
8E20F800
8E20FA00
8E20FB0n
Message: Instruction retry(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
The instruction retry was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Watchdog timeout(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A watchdog timeout was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB.
(Or Replace the CPU.
Or Replace the PCI-Card.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Bus protocol error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A fatal error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU or SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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9080000n
C0800E00
C1002100
C20107FF
Message: Parts Status Reset Failure
Explanation:
In Machine Administration Menu, the status of abnormal parts was
reset.
Replacement part/number:
(*M)
Action:
Replace the replacement part. Contact the system administrator or
a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU WATCHDOG reset
Explanation:
A watchdog reset was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3 /:XSCF
Message: SCFC access error (addr=xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
An SCFC access error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
(Warning)
Message: PSU type is not proper #0-DC,#1-DC,#2-AC
Explanation:
The type of PSU is not appropriate.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the PSU configuration. Contact the system administrator or
a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
C2040200
Message: UPS alarm
Explanation:
A battery error (BPS) was detected.
Replacement part/number:
81: UPS/ 00
Action:
Replace the UPS. (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: THERMAL-SENSOR(Panel) access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
02: PANEL/ 00
Action:
Replace the panel.
(For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PANEL-EEPROM access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
02: PANEL/ 00
Action:
Replace the panel.
(For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: PANEL-SWITCH-CONTROLLER access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
02:PANEL/00
Action:
Replace the panel.
(For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
C3010000
C3020000
C3030000
C3040000
Message: LED-CONTROLLER#0 access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
B-32
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C3050000
C307000n
C3080000
C309000n
C30A000n
C30E010n
(Warning)
C30E020n
C30E040n
Message: LED-CONTROLLER#1 access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
02:PANEL/00
Action:
Replace the panel.
(For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPUDDC-VID#n access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
11:CPU/0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SB-FRU access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: DDC-VID#n access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: DUAL FMEM CONTROLLER#n access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: FAN-CONTROLLER#n access error
Explanation:
Lost of fan redundancy, caused by access error to system control
bus, is detected. And, fans are changed to mode of higher rotation speed.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00 (model 250-R),
32:FANJT/0-1 (FAN#0-3 of model 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q)
03:PCI-BD/00 (FAN#4-7 of model 450-R/450-Q)
Action:
For model 250-R: Replace the SB.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the SB if fan from #0 to #3 is specified.
For model 450-Q:
Replace the PCI board if fan from #4 to #7 is specified.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: FAN#n alarm (xxxrpm)
Explanation:
An abnormal fan speed (fan-configuration remains redundant) was
detected.
Replacement part/number:
31: FAN/ 0-7
Action:
Replace the fan.
(Or Do the action of the above "FAN-CONTROLLER#n".)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: FAN#n not mounted
Explanation:
A fan was not installed (fan-configuration remains redundant).
Replacement part/number:
31:FAN/0-7
Action:
Install the missing FAN.
(Or Do the action of the above "FAN-CONTROLLER#n".)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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C30F0000
C310000n
C4yyyy1n
(*x)
C4yyyy2n
(*x)
C4yyyy3n
(*x)
C4yyyy4n
(*x)
C4yyyy5n
(*x)
C4yyyy6n
(*x)
Message: PCI-MOUNT-SENSOR#0 access error
Explanation:
The system control bus detected an access error.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 (models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q),
05: PCI-RISER (model 250-R)
Action:
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the SB.
For model 250-R,
Repalce the PCI-RISER.
(Or Replace the SB.)
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: CPU#n-FRU access error
Explanation:
An FRU access error on CPU#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Replace the CPU. (Or Replace the SB.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: FAN#xx alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A fan error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Replace the fan of the specified IO device. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Power Unit alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A power supply error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Replace the power supply unit of the specified IO device. Contact
the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Memory backup battery alarm (XXXXXXXX,XX)
Explanation:
A memory battery error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Replace the battery of the specified IO device. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Extend power alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
An extended power interface error report was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the power interface connected to the specified IO device.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: UPS alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A UPS error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the UPS unit connected to the specified IO device. Contact
the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Thermal alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
An abnormal temperature was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Improve the environment. Contact the system administrator or a
FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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C4yyyy7n
(*x)
Message: AC alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
Abnormality of power is detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the voltage of power supplied to the system. Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
C4yyyy8n
(*x)
Message: Diag alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A device specific error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Replace the specified IO device. Contact the system administrator
or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
C4yyyy9n
(*x)
Message: Mount alarm (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A mount error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Check the installation status of the specified IO device. Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
C7000100
Message: SCF-LAN memory access error
Explanation:
A memory access error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Check the LAN environment. Then replace the SB. Contact the
system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
C7000200
C7000300
C7000400
CD000100
CD000200
CD000300
Message: SCF-LAN loop-back connection error
Explanation:
A data compare error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-LAN MAC duplicate
Explanation:
A MAC address duplication error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-LAN framing error
Explanation:
A framing error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Check the LAN environment. replace the SB. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-FMEM write protect error
Explanation:
A write-protection error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-FMEM update error(erase)
Explanation:
An erase failure was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: SCF-FMEM update error(write)
Explanation:
A write failure was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
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CD000400
D080000n
DF000100
DF001000
Message: SCF-FMEM update error(checksum)
Explanation:
A checksum error after a write was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Replace the SB. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:XSCF
Message: Parts Status Reset Failure
Explanation:
In Machine Administration Menu, the status of abnormal parts was
reset.
Replacement part/number:
(*M)
Action:
Replace the replacement part. Contact the system administrator or
a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:XSCF
Message: SCF system-down (XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
A XSCF system error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. And replace the SB. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3 /:XSCF
Message: SCF-CPU illegal interrupt
Explanation:
A XSCF CPU illegal interrupt occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. And replace the SB. Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3 /:XSCF
(*x): yyyy: device address.
(*M): About part number, refer to Table B-1-P for details.
Alarm Warnig Notice
Table B-1-6 Warning-level errors[2]
Error code
Message and explanation
0510000n
Message: CPU status error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
CPU#n was not able to be recognized.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0511000n
Message: CPU status error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
An error was detected in mounting information on CPU#n.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
07000031
Message: FATAL check1 error(SC)
Explanation:
A parity error was detected in SC.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0701000n
Message: FATAL check1 error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A coherence error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
B-36
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07020030
Message: FATAL check1 error(DTAG)
Explanation:
A DTAG uncorrectable error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
07030031
Message: FATAL check1 error(SC)
Explanation:
A UPA address parity error occurred.(SC->U2P)
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
070400XX
Message: FATAL check1 error(U2P#n)
Explanation:
Master Class0 overflowed.
[(n,XX)=(0,08),(1,09),(2,0a),(3,0b)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
Message: FATAL check1 error(U2P#n)
Explanation:
A UPA address parity error occurred.(U2P->SC)
[(n,XX)=(0,08),(1,09),(2,0a),(3,0b)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
070500XX
07060030
Message: FATAL check1 error(DTAG)
Explanation:
A DTAG parity error occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0710000n
Message: FATAL check2 error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A FATAL detected by CPU occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0711000n
Message: FATAL check2 error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A UPA address parity error occurred.(CPU->SC)
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0712000n
Message: FATAL check2 error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
Master Class0 overflowed.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0713000n
Message: FATAL check2 error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
Master Class1 overflowed.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
07140031
Message: FATAL check2 error(SC)
Explanation:
A UPA address parity error occurred.(SC->CPU)
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
080000XX
Message: Timer1 increment error(U2P(Timer)#n)
Explanation:
A U2P timer error was detected.
[(n,XX)=(0,08),(1,09),(2,0a),(3,0b)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
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0801000X
Message: Timer1 increment error(U2P(Timer)#X)
Explanation:
There is no U2P timer which can be used.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0900000n
Message: Tick/Stick error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A Tick error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0910000n
Message: Tick/Stick error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A Stick error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0A00000X
Message: MMU Registers error(CPU#X)
Explanation:
A compare error was detected in MMU Registers.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0A1z000X
[z=0,1..3]
Message: MMU TLBs error(CPU#X)
Explanation:
A compare error was detected in MMU TLBs.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
0C00000X
Message: CPU type check error(CPU#X)
Explanation:
A cache size error was detected in CPUs.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
1120006n
Message: Probing memory error(SLOT#n)
Explanation:
A SPD checksum error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
1121006n
Message: Probing memory error(SLOT#n)
Explanation:
A SPD data error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
112300F0
Message: Probing memory error(No avail memory)
Explanation:
There is no memory which can be used.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
120z00XX
[z=0,1,2]
Message: Memory Address Line error(SLOT#yy,yy)
Explanation:
A memory error occurred.
[(yy,yy , XX)=(00,01 , 80),(02,03 , 81)..(14,15 , 87)]
Replacement part/number:
22: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
140z000n
[z=0,1..4]
Message: Softint register error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A CPU softint register error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
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141z000n
[z=0,1..3]
Message: Tick register error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A CPU Tick register error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
142z000n
[z=0,1..3]
Message: Stick register error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A CPU STick register error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
150z000n
[z=0,1,2]
Message: U2P Probe error(U2P#n)
Explanation:
A U2P error was detected. [n=0-3]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
151000XX
Message: U2P Registers error(U2P#n)
Explanation:
A U2P register error was detected.
[(n,XX)=(0,08),(1,09),(2,0a),(3,0b)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
Message: U2P Registers error(U2P#n)
Explanation:
A U2P register error was detected.
[(n,XX)=(0,08),(1,09),(2,0a),(3,0b)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
Message: U2P Interrupt error(yyyyy)
Explanation:
Expected interrupt is not detected.
The definition of yyyy and code XX are as follows:
― U2P#0-3[XX=08-0B]
― U2P(Timer)#0-3[XX=10-13]
― PCI#0-8[XX=20-28]
― TTY-A[XX=33]、TTY-B[XX=34]
― HPC#0-2[XX=35-37]
― SCSI#0-1[XX=40-41]
― LAN#0-1[XX=42-43]
― ATAPI#0[XX=44]
― USBC[XX=45]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00 or IO
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
151100XX
152z00XX
[z=0,1..3]
153A000X
[X=8,9..b]
Message: U2P Timer/Counter error(U2P(Timer)#X)
Explanation:
A U2P timer error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
153z00XX
[z=0,1..9]
Message: U2P Timer/Counter error(U2P(Timer)#n)
Explanation:
A U2P timer error was detected.
[(n,XX)=(0,08),(1,09),(2,0a),(3,0b)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
Message: U2P Functional error(U2P#n)
Explanation:
A U2P functional error was detected.
[(n,XX)=(0,08),(1,09),(2,0a),(3,0b)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
154z00XX
[z=0,1..3]
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1560002n
Message: U2P PCI Slot error(PCI#0n)
Explanation:
Abnormal reponse is received from a PCI slot.
Replacement part/number:
92: PCI/ 00-08
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
16000039
Message: TOD test error(TOD)
Explanation:
Calendar clock is not operational.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
16100033
Message: TTY test error(TTY-A)
Explanation:
A TTY register error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
162000XX
Message: HPC3130 error(HPC#n)
Explanation:
A HotPlug functional error was detected.
[(XX,n)=(35,0),(36,1),(37,2)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
170v0042
[v=0,1,2]
Message: Ethernet register error(LAN#0)
Explanation:
A LAN register error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
171v0042
[v=0,1..7]
Message: Ethernet inernal loopback error(LAN#0)
Explanation:
A LAN loopback error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
172v0042
[v=0,1..7]
Message: Ethernet Physical Layer loopback(10Mbps) error(LAN#0)
Explanation:
A LAN loopback error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
173v0042
[v=0,1..7]
Message: Ethernet PHY loopback(100Mbps) error(LAN#0)
Explanation:
A LAN loopback error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
1740004n
Message: Ultra320 Registers error(SCSI#n)
Explanation:
A SCSI register error was detected. [n=0,1]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
17500043
Message: GIGA-Ether Registers error(LAN#1)
Explanation:
A LAN register error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
17600044
Message: IDE Registers error(IDE)
Explanation:
A IDE register error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
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17700045
Message: USB error(USBC)
Explanation:
A USB error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
17710045
Message: USB error(USBC)
Explanation:
A USB error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx008yy
9xx008yy
(*p)
Message: instruction_access_exception(CPU#n)
Explanation:
An instruction access exception was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx00Ayy
9xx00Ayy
(*p)
Message: instruction_access_error(zzz)
Explanation:
An instruction access error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx030yy
9xx030yy
(*p)
Message: data_access_exception(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A data access exception was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx032yy
9xx032yy
(*p)
Message: data_access_error(zzz)
Explanation:
A UE of cache or memory was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3 or 21: SLOT/ 00-15 or 01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx034yy
9xx034yy
(*p)
Message: mem_address_not_aligned(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A data alignment error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx04Wyy
9xx04Wyy
(*p)
Message: interrupt_level_W(CPU#n)
Explanation:
An illegal interruption was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx060yy
9xx060yy
(*p)
Message: interrupt_vector(zzz)
Explanation:
An illegal interruption was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx063yy
9xx063yy
(*p)
Message: ECC_error(zzz)
Explanation:
A UE of cache and memory was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3 or 21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx064yy
9xx064yy
(*p)
Message: fast_instruction_access_mmu_miss(CPU#n)
Explanation:
An instruction access mmu miss was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
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8xx068yy
9xx068yy
(*p)
Message: fast_data_access_mmu_miss(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A data access mmu miss was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xx06Cyy
9xx06Cyy
(*p)
Message: fast_data_access_protection(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A data protection exception was detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
8xxTTTyy
9xxTTTyy
(*p)
Message: (Trap name(CPU#n))
Explanation:
Any other trap, which is not described above, is detected.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
921032XX
Message: data_access_error(SLOT#yy,yy)
Explanation:
A memory error occurred.
[(yy,yy , XX)=(00,01 , 80),(02,03 , 81)..(14,15 , 87)]
Replacement part/number:
22: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
Message: ECC_error(SLOT#yy,yy)
Explanation:
A memory error occurred.
[(yy,yy , XX)=(00,01 , 80),(02,03 , 81)..(14,15 , 87)]
Replacement part/number:
22: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
921063XX
xxxC000n
(*p)
Message: CPU Degrade error(CPU#n)
Explanation:
Part of internal sections in CPU is degraded.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:3/:POST
(*p) xx:Test phase number, XX,yy:Component number, zzz:Component name,
ppp:Phase abbreviation. Please refer to Table B-1-T and Table B-1-C for details.
Alarm Warnig Notice
Table B-1-7 Warning-level errors[3]
Error code
Message and explanation
A000000n
Message: CPU was degraded(CPU#n)
Explanation:
A CPU of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
A010006n
Message: DIMM was degraded(SLOT#n)
Explanation:
A DIMM slot of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
A02000XX
Message: U2P was degraded(U2P#n)
Explanation:
A U2P of the dergadation by OS occurred.
[(n,XX)=(0,08),(1,09),(2,0a),(3,0b)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
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A030001n
Message: U2P(Timer)#n was degraded
Explanation:
A U2P(timer) of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
A040002n
Message: PCI was degraded(PCI#0n)
Explanation:
A PCI of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
92: PCI/ 00-08
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
A050004n
Message: SCSI was degraded(SCSI#n)
Explanation:
A SCSI of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
A0600044
Message: ATAPI was degraded
Explanation:
An ATAPI of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
A07000XX
[XX=42,43]
Message: LAN#n was degraded
Explanation:
An LAN of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
A0900033
Message: ttya was degraded
Explanation:
A tty-a of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
A0A00034
Message: ttyb was degraded
Explanation:
A tty-b of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
B0000039
Message: TOD was degraded
Explanation:
A TOD of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
B0200032
Message: SCFI was degraded
Explanation:
A SCFI of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
B030003d
Message: SCFI(panel) was degraded
Explanation:
A SCFI(panel) of the dergadation by OS occurred.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
B04000XX
Message: HPC was degraded(HPC#n)
Explanation:
A HPC of the dergadation by OS occurred.
[(n,XX)=(0,35),(1,36),(2,37),(3,38)]
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:OBP
Alarm Warnig Notice
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Table B-1-8 Warning-level errors[4]
Error code
A0000100
E0000100
Message and explanation
Message: Check machine administration logs
Explanation:
The failure of parts is detected.
Replacement part/number:
(*M)
Action:
Check the hardware logs of Machine Administration function.
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:Machine Administration
Message: Check machine administration logs
Explanation:
The failure of parts is detected.
Replacement part/number:
(*M)
Action:
Check the hardware logs of Machine Administration function.
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Warning/:0/:Machine Administration
(*M): About part number, refer to Table B-1-P for details.
Alarm Warnig Notice
Information
The content of the error messages might be changed because of the function improvement.
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Notice
The following table lists notice-level errors (e.g., errors in which system operation can continue)
and the actions to be taken.
To view errors by error code, use “XSCF Error Code Table" in Section B.4.
Alarm[1] Alarm[2] Alarm[3] Warnig[1] Warnig[2] Warnig[3] Warnig[4] Notice[1] Notice[2]
Notice[3] Notice[4]
Table B-1-9 Notice-level errors[1]
Error code
408055FF
41100000
41100100
41110000
4201010n
4201030n
4201810n
Message and explanation
Message: SCF-FMEM version changed
Explanation:
SCF-FMEM was upgraded to a new version.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the version.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: TTY trace saved CAUSE: PANIC
Explanation:
A tty trace was executed because a panic occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: POST/OBP trace requested
Explanation:
POST/OBP requested a trace.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: This is a TEST log
Explanation:
A test(Notice level) is executed in Machine Administration function.
Replacement part/number:
FE:test/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n ACFAIL
(When the input power source is the AC Type.)
PSU#n input failure
(When the input power source is the DC Type.)
Explanation:
Voltage reduction of input power source was detected.
Replacement part/number:
41:PSU/0-2
Action:
Check the installation environment.
(Or for models 250-R:
Replace the PSU-CAGE.
For models 250-R4/250-P/450-R/450-Q:
Replace the Power board and IO-back panel.
Or Replace the SB.)
Or Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n PWOK error
Explanation:
An output voltage error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the PSU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: PSU#n ACFAIL recovered
(When the input power source is the AC Type.)
PSU#n input failure recovered
(When the input power source is the DC Type.)
Explanation:
Power was restored.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/ 0-2
Action:
Check the installation environment.
Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3 or 0/:XSCF
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4201840n
42040100
42040300
42048100
430102FF
430103FF
430E060n
431501FF
431601FF
431602FF
Message: PSU#n mounted
Explanation:
The PSU unit has been installed.
Replacement part/number:
41: PSU/ 0-2
Action:
Check the PSU. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: AC Power Down
(When the input power source is the AC Type.)
Power Down
(When the input power source is the DC Type.)
Explanation:
A power outage occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the installation environment.
Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3 or 0/:XSCF
Message: UPS low battery
Explanation:
Low battery voltage was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Charge the UPS. (Or Replace the battery.) Contact the system
administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: AC Power Recovered
(When the input power source is the AC Type.)
Power Recovered
(When the input power source is the DC Type.)
Explanation:
Power was restored.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3 or 0/:XSCF
Message: FAN speed low CAUSE: temperature lower
Explanation:
Because the inlet temperature has decreased and returned to the
normal range, fan speed has decreased.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: FAN speed high CAUSE: temperature higher
Explanation:
Because the inlet temperature was above the normal range, fan
speed increased.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the environment.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: FAN#n mounted
Explanation:
A FAN has been mounted.
Replacement part/number:
31: FAN/ 0-7
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: OBP-FMEM version changed
Explanation:
OBP-FMEM was upgraded to a new version.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the version.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: SB changed
Explanation:
An SB has been replaced.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: PANEL changed
Explanation:
A panel has been replaced.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
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431605FF
431606FF
431607FF
44yyyyA0
(*x)
44yyyyE0
(*x)
46110000
4D000700
4D0008FF
4E07200n
4E200800
Message: SB or PANEL changed
Explanation:
A SB or a panel has been replaced.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: Restore error from SCF-FMEM to PANEL-EEPROM
Explanation:
The restoration from FMEM to PANEL failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: Backup error from PANEL-EEPROM to SCF-FMEM
Explanation:
The backup from PANEL to FMEM failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: Status changed (XXXXXXXX,CODE=XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
An RCI IO device is recovered or re-mounted.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Emergency Power-off (XXXXXXXX)
Explanation:
An RCI IO device was forcibly powered off.
Replacement part/number:
A1:-/FF
Action:
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: This is a TEST log
Explanation:
A test(Notice level) is executed in XSCF shell function.
Replacement part/number:
FE:test/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: FMEM data error,PANEL-EEPROM cannot be restored
Explanation:
PANEL cannot be restored because FMEM data error.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: Option data changed
Explanation:
A SSH host key was changed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Check the changing of the SSH host key.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Correct. error count over flow
Explanation:
Count of ECC correctable errors detected by the CPU#n exceeds
the threshold.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: DTAG correctable error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A DTAG error was corrected by the hardware.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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4E20F00n
4E20F50n
4E20F600
500001FF
500002FF
500003FF
500004FF
500110FF
to
500170FF
501001FF
501002FF
Message: Processor detected error(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
A CPU detected error.
Replacement part/number:
11: CPU/ 0-3
Action:
Please follow the message of OS or POST/OBP.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/: 0/:XSCF
Message: Correct. error(Internal)(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
An error happened inside of CPU was corrected by the hardware.
Replacement part/number:
11:CPU/0-3
Action:
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/: 0/:XSCF
Message: Correct. error(Outside)(xxxxxxxx)
Explanation:
An error external to the CPU was corrected by the hardware.
Replacement part/number:
01:SB/00
Action:
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/: 0/:XSCF
Message: SNMP Agent already started
Explanation:
The SNMP agent function has already started.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: SNMP Agent already stopped
Explanation:
The SNMP agent function has already stopped.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: SNMP Agent couldn't start by bad configuration
Explanation:
Inadequate settings were detected when the SNMP agent function
started.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the settings.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: SNMP Agent failed to send trap
Explanation:
The SNMP agent function failed to issue a trap.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: SNMP Agent stopped by firmware
Explanation:
The SNMP agent function stopped for a reason related to firmware.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Illegal XSCF host name specified
Explanation:
An illegal host name of XSCF was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the specified host name of XSCF.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Communication to SMTP server timeout
Explanation:
A timeout occurred during communication with the SMTP server.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the server setting.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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501003FF
501004FF
501010FF
501011FF
501012FF
501013FF
501020FF
501030FF
501031FF
501040FF
Message: Communication failure to SMTP server occurred
Explanation:
A communication error with the SMTP server occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the server setting.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail report function is not enabled
Explanation:
The mail report function has not been enabled.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the mail report function settings.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail access mode is not enabled
Explanation:
Mail access mode has not been enabled.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the mail access mode settings.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Illegal SMTP server address specified
Explanation:
An illegal SMTP server address was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the mail access mode settings.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: No SMTP server specified
Explanation:
A SMTP server has not been specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify a SMTP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Illegal SMTP server or mail address specified
Explanation:
An illegal SMTP server or mail address was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or mail address.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail access mode already disable
Explanation:
Mail access mode has been disabled.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Illegal name server address specified
Explanation:
An illegal name server address was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the name server address.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Name server initialization failed
Explanation:
Initialization of the name server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the name server environment.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: SMTP server set by hostname, but DNS disable
Explanation:
When the DNS function was disabled, the host name of SMTP
server was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Enable the DNS function or specify the IP address of SMTP server
in Machine Administration Menu.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
B-49
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501042FF
501043FF
501044FF
501045FF
501046FF
Message: POP server not specified
Explanation:
When the POP Authentication Function was enabled, the pop
server was not specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify the POP server in Machine Administration Menu.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: POP server set by hostname, but DNS disable
Explanation:
When the DNS function was disabled, the host name of POP server
was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Enable the DNS function or specify the IP address of POP server in
Machine Administration Menu.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Illegal POP server specified
Explanation:
An illegal POP server was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server name.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: POP user name not specified
Explanation:
When the POP Authentication Function was enabled, the pop user
name was not specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify the POP user name in Machine Administration Menu.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Illegal POP user name specified
Explanation:
An illegal POP user name was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the pop user name .
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Illegal POP password specified
Explanation:
An illegal POP password was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Set the pop password again.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
501047FF
Message: Illegal POP Authentic method specified
Explanation:
An illegal POP Authentication method was specified for a reason
related to firmware.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
501048FF
Message: Illegal SMTP server or POP server specified
Explanation:
An illegal SMTP Server or POP Authentication method was
specified for a reason related to firmware.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
501049FF
501050FF
Message: Destination address is not specified
Explanation:
A destination address was not specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify the destination mail address.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Sender address is not specified
Explanation:
A sender address was not specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify the sender address.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
B-50
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6100000n
6100100n
Message: Mail:illegal POP server#n specified
Explanation:
An illegal POP server name was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server name.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6100110n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server. After the re-setting, if
it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6100120n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server. After the re-setting, if
it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6100130n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed. POP server#n was not
found.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6100140n
Message: Mail:communication to name server timeout
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed. The timeout occurred by
the Name server.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6100150n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server. After the re-setting, if
it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6100160n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server. After the re-setting, if
it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6100170n
6100180n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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6100210n
6100220n
6100230n
6100240n
6100250n
6100310n
6100320n
6100330n
6100340n
Message: Mail:name server invalid
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed. The Name server was not
specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify the Name server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:authentication of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The authentication failure in POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server name or the POP user name or password.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to POP server#n timeout
Explanation:
The timeout occurred by the POP server#n.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to POP server#n timeout
Explanation:
The timeout occurred by the POP server#n.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
B-52
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61010100
6101100n
Message: Mail:illegal SMTP server#n specified
Explanation:
An illegal SMTP server name was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server name.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:no SMTP server specified
Explanation:
SMTP server has not been specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify SMTP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6101110n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server. After the re-setting,
if it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6101120n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server. After the re-setting,
if it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6101130n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed. SMTP server#n was not
found.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6101140n
Message: Mail:communication to name server timeout
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed. The timeout occurred by
the Name server.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6101150n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server. After the re-setting,
if it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6101160n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server. After the re-setting,
if it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6101170n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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6101190n
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6101310n
6101320n
6101330n
6101340n
6110000n
6110100n
Message: Mail:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:name server invalid
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed. The Name server was not
specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify ythe Name server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:setting of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
The setting failure of SMTP server#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.Needs a dump of XSCF.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:setting of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
The setting failure of SMTP server#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a
FE.Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:illegal MAIL-REPORT parameter specified
Explanation:
Illegal the SMTP server name, Destination address, Sender
address or XSCF host name was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server name, Destination address, Sender
address and XSCF host name.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to SMTP server#n timeout
Explanation:
The timeout occurred by the SMTP server#n.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to SMTP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:communication to SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to SMTP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:illegal POP server#n specified
Explanation:
An illegal POP server name was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server name.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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6110110n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server. After the re-setting, if
it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6110120n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server. After the re-setting, if
it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6110130n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed. POP server#n was not
found.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6110140n
Message: REMCS:communication to name server timeout
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed. The timeout occurred by
the Name server.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6110150n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server. After the re-setting, if
it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6110160n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server or the Name server. After the re-setting, if
it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6110170n
6110180n
6110190n
6110210n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:name server invalid
Explanation:
Name Resolution of POP server failed. The Name server was not
specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify the Name server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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6110230n
6110240n
6110250n
6110310n
6110320n
6110330n
6110340n
6111000n
61110100
Message: REMCS:authentication of POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The authentication failure in POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server name or the POP user name or password.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to POP server#n timeout
Explanation:
The timeout occurred by the POP server#n.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to POP server#n timeout
Explanation:
The timeout occurred by the POP server#n.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to POP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to POP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the POP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: Mail:illegal SMTP server#n specified
Explanation:
An illegal SMTP server name was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server name.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:no SMTP server specified
Explanation:
SMTP server has not been specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify SMTP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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6111100n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6111110n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server. After the re-setting,
if it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6111120n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server. After the re-setting,
if it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6111130n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed. SMTP server#n was not
found.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6111140n
Message: REMCS:communication to name server timeout
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed. The timeout occurred by
the Name server.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6111150n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server. After the re-setting,
if it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6111160n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server or the Name server. After the re-setting,
if it will fail again, needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
6111170n
6111180n
6111190n
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:Name Resolution of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:name server invalid
Explanation:
Name Resolution of SMTP server failed. The Name server was not
specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Specify ythe Name server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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6111210n
6111220n
6111310n
6111320n
6111330n
6111340n
620000FF
620001FF
620002FF
620003FF
Message: REMCS:setting of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
The setting failure of SMTP server#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.Needs a dump of XSCF.
Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:setting of SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
The setting failure of SMTP server#n was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a
FE.Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:illegal REMCS parameter specified
Explanation:
Illegal the SMTP server name, Destination address, Sender
address or XSCF host name was specified.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server name, Destination address, Sender
address and XSCF host name.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to SMTP server#n timeout
Explanation:
The timeout occurred by the SMTP server#n.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to SMTP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Recheck the SMTP server. After the re-setting, if it will fail again,
needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS:communication to SMTP server#n failed
Explanation:
The communication failure to SMTP server#n occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS Agent stopped by REMCS library
Explanation:
REMCS library failure occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS Agent stopped by REMCS library
Explanation:
REMCS library failure occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS Agent stopped by REMCS library
Explanation:
REMCS library failure occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS Agent stopped by REMCS library
Explanation:
REMCS library failure occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
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620004FF
620005FF
620100FF
Message: REMCS Agent stopped by REMCS library
Explanation:
REMCS library failure occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS Agent stopped by REMCS library
Explanation:
REMCS library failure occurred.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
Message: REMCS Agent stopped by firmware
Explanation:
REMCS Agent stopped by firmware failure.
Replacement part/number:
FF:-/FF
Action:
Needs a dump of XSCF. Contact the system administrator or a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:XSCF
81110000
Message: This is a TEST log
Explanation:
A test(Warning level) is executed in Machine Administration
function.
Replacement part/number:
FE:test/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
86110000
Message: This is a TEST log
Explanation:
A test(Warning level) is executed in XSCF shell function.
Replacement part/number:
FE:test/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
C1110000
C6110000
Message: This is a TEST log
Explanation:
A test(Alarm level) is executed in Machine Administration function.
Replacement part/number:
FE:test/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
Message: This is a TEST log
Explanation:
A test(Alarm level) is executed in XSCF shell function.
Replacement part/number:
FE:test/FF
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:3/:XSCF
(*x): yyyy: device address.
Alarm Warnig Notice
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Table B-1-10 Notice-level errors[2]
Error code
Message and explanation
112200F1
Message: Probing memory error(Mem config error)
Explanation:
Memory configration error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
FF: -/ FF
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:POST
xxxB0030
(*p)
Message: DTAG Correctable error(DTAG)
Explanation:
A DTAG 1 bit error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
01: SB/ 00
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:POST
xxxD006n
(*p)
Message: UPA/Memory Correctable error(SLOT#n)
Explanation:
A UPA/memory 1 bit error was detected.
Replacement part/number:
21: SLOT/ 00-15
Action:
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:POST
Table B-1-11 Notice-level errors[3]
Error code
FE0000FF
Message and explanation
Message: Unsupported DIMM is mounted
( Illegal memory(SLOT#xx) ) *1
Explanation:
Unsupported SLOT(DIMM) is mounted.
Replacement part/number:
21: SLOT/ 00-15(model 450-R/450-Q)
(21: SLOT/ 00-15) *1
Action:
For models 450-R/450-Q:Replace the SLOT.
(Replace the SLOT.) *1
Contact a FE.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:OBP
*1 The parentheses contains a message, or a Replacement part/number or a Action at HCP
version 10.01 or after.
Table B-1-12 Notice-level errors[4]
Error code
60000200
Message and explanation
Message: Part status reset
Explanation:
The failure of parts is recovered.
Replacement part/number:
(*M)
Action:
None.
Error level/report level/error detection source:
Notice/:0/:Machine Administration
(*M): About part number, refer to Table B-1-P for details.
Alarm Warnig Notice
Information
The content of the error messages might be changed because of the function improvement.
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Table B-1-T POST/OBP test phase number
Number: Phase abbreviation:
Explanation:
11: RST: Rreset phase
12: BI1: Inialization-1
phase
13: BI2: Initialization-2
phase
14: L1: Initialization-3
phase
15: U2P: U2P node phase
16: CTIMER: Timer node phase
17: BEBUS: Required ebus
node phase
18: OBPENV: About EEPROM
phase
19: EEBUS: Ebus node phase
1A: CPU: CPU node phase
Number: Phase abbreviation:
Explanation:
1B: NVRAMRC: NVRAMRC
execution phase
1C: PCI: PCI probing phase
Number: Phase abbreviation:
Explanation:
27: BOOTOS: OS phase
1D: SCSI: SCSI probing phase
2A: POFF: Power off phase
1E: NET: NET probing phase
2B: REBOOT: Reboot phase
1F: ATAPI: IDE probing phase
21: USB: USB probing phase
2C: INIT0: Init 0 phase
2E:
RED:
RED/WDR/XIR
phase
32: WARNING: WARNING
phase
33: AutoBootStop:
AutoBootStop phase
A0: Degraded phase by OS
23: CONS: Console setting
phase
24: SBINF: Startupphase
25: BOOTP: Boot phase1
26: BOOTB: Boot block phase
28: OSRUN: OS running phase
Table B-1-C POST/OBP component
Component
number
00,01,...03
08,0A,0B
10,12,13
20,21,...28
30
31
32
33
Component name
CPU#0,#1,...#3
U2P#0,#2,#3
U2P(Timer)#0,#2,#3
PCI#00,#01,...#08
DTAG
SC
SCF
TTY-A
34
35,36,...38
39
3A,3B
3C
3D
TTY-B
HPC#0,#1,...#3
TOD
FROM#0,FROM#1
SRAM
PANEL
Component
number
40,41
42,43
44
45
46,47
50,51,...55
60,61,...6F
80,81,...87
F0
F1
F2
F3
FF
Component name
SCSI#0,SCSI#1
LAN#0,LAN#1
ATAPI#0
USBC
USB#0,USB#1
PCISERR
SLOT#00,#01,..#15
SLOT#00,01 , #02,03 ,
....#14,15
NO_AVAIL_MEM
DIMM_VIOLATION
NO_CPU
NO_MEMORY
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Table B-1-P parts number
Category
Replacement part
Parts number
number(hex)
01
SB board
0
02
PANEL board
0
03
PCI board
0
04
SCSI-BP (SCSI Back Panel)
0~1
05
PCI-RISER
0
11
CPU
0~3
21
SLOT(memory)
00~15
22
SLOT group
00~15 (*)
31
FAN
0~7
32
FAN board
0~1
41
PSU
0~2
42
CPUDDC
0~3
43
DDC-A(DDC12)
0
44
DDC-B(DDC21)
0
81
UPS
0
82
(SDU) * Used by ESF
83
(BATTERY) * Used by ESF
91
DISK
0~5
92
PCI slot
00~08
93
(TAPE) * Used by ESF
a1
RCI
FF(hex)
FD
U2P *Not replacement part
0,2,3
FE
Error log for test
FF(hex)
FF
Cannot specified.
FF(hex)
IO-BP
0
POWER-BD
0
PSU-CAGE
0
* : The pair of replacement SLOT number are (00,01), (02,03), .. (14,15)
Next: B.2 XSCF Power Log List
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B.2
XSCF Power Log List
This section lists all power log information displayed when the show-power-logs command is
executed on the XSCF console. The following table explains the items in the power log list. For
information about a command to display power log and options to the command, see "Chapter6
How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
Table B-2-1 How to read the power log list
Type
Type of power log and unique code for the type
Source
The hardware source that generated the power event and the unique
code
Detailed code
Detailed code in the power log
Explanation
Explains the meaning of the power log item.
The power log items displayed by XSCF are given below.
01:AC-ON 10:SCF Reset 11:SCF Ready 20:Power-on 30:XIR 38:POR 3f:Reset-Rrelease
40:Shutdown(NML) 41:Shutdown(ALM) 42:Power-off 50:ACFAIL
Table B-2-2 Power log items
Type
01:AC-ON、
01:PSU-ON(
When
the
input
power
source is the
DC Type)
10:SCF Reset
11:SCF Ready
20:Power-on
Source, detailed code, and explanation
Source:
ff:Nothing
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power was turned on.
Source:
0C:UPS
Detailed code:
x02000000
Explanation: Power was turned on by power recovery processing.
The CPU started to work.
Source:
ff:Nothing
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: The XSCF was reset.
XSCF self-reset.
Source:
ff:Nothing
Detailed code:
x02000000
Explanation: The XSCF was reset.
It was caused by the watchdog timer.
Source:
ff:Nothing
Detailed code:
x03000000
Explanation: The XSCF was reset.
ESF detected a XSCF trouble then reset was done.
Source:
ff:Nothing
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: The SCF entered the Ready state.
Source:
00:PANEL-SWITCH
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed with the switch on the operating panel.
Source:
01:NVRAM/TOD
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the NVRAM/TOD timer setting.
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Source:
01:NVRAM/TOD
Detailed code:
x81000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the NVRAM/TOD timer setting.
An XSCF requests power-on of external facility.
Source:
01:NVRAM/TOD
Detailed code:
x82000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the NVRAM/TOD timer setting.
A delayed startup of the system was performed.
Source:
02:RCI-IO
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the RCI-IO.
XX indicates the node number of RCI-IO instruction source.
Source:
02:RCI-IO
Detailed code:
x81000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the RCI-IO.
An XSCF requests power-on of external facility..
Source:
02:RCI-IO
Detailed code:
x82000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the RCI-IO.
A delayed startup of the system was performed.
Source:
03:SYSTEM-CONSOLE (*pl)
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed from the system console.
Source:
0C:UPS
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: Power was turned on because of recovery from power failure.
The power restoration is informed via the UPC.
Source:
0C:UPS
Detailed code:
x84000000
Explanation: Power on sequence, caused by recovery from power failure, was
proceeding. A delayed startup of the system was performed.
Source:
10:RCI-synchronize
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: Power-on was requested to other RCI node.
XX indicates the node number, which is requested the power-on by this
system.
Source:
11:LAN
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via the LAN.
Source:
11:LAN
Detailed code:
x81000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via the LAN.
An XSCF requests power-on of external facility.
Source:
11:LAN
Detailed code:
x82000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via the LAN.
A delayed startup of the system was performed.
Source:
12:TTY
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via TTY.
Source:
12:TTY
Detailed code:
x81000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via TTY.
An XSCF requests power-on of external facility.
Source:
12:TTY
Detailed code:
x82000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via TTY.
A delayed startup of the system was performed.
Source:
13:PC
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the PC interface.
Source:
13:PC
Detailed code:
x81000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the PC interface.
An XSCF requests power-on of external facility.
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30:XIR
Source:
13:PC
Detailed code:
x82000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the PC interface.
A delayed startup of the system was performed.
Source:
17:RCI-Host
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: Power-on was requested by the RCI-Host.
XX indicates the node number of RCI-Host, which request power-on to this
system.
Source:
17:RCI-Host
Detailed code:
x81000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the RCI-Host.
An XSCF requests power-on of external facility.
Source:
17:RCI-Host
Detailed code:
x82000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed by the RCI-Host.
A delayed startup of the system was performed.
Source:
18:HTTP
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via HTTP.
Source:
18:HTTP
Detailed code:
x81000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via HTTP.
An XSCF requests power-on of external facility.
Source:
18:HTTP
Detailed code:
x82000000
Explanation: Power-on was executed via HTTP.
A delayed startup of the system was performed.
Source:
80:Retry
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: A power-off or a power-on retry was made.
The retry is caused by FATAL.
Source:
80:Retry
Detailed code:
x02000000
Explanation: A power-off or a power-on retry was made.
The retry is caused by an alive-check error.
Source:
80:Retry
Detailed code:
x03000000
Explanation: A power-off or a power-on retry was retried.
The retry is caused by a SPARC instruction.
Source:
80:Retry
Detailed code:
x04000000
Explanation: A power-off or a power-on retry was retried.
The retry is caused by a SCF sequence error.
Source:
80:Retry
Detailed code:
x05000000
Explanation: A power-off or a power-on retry was retried.
The retry is caused by a firmware update.
Source:
80:Retry
Detailed code:
x06000000
Explanation: A power-off or a power-on retry was retried.
The retry is caused by for the server cooling.
Source:
00:PANEL-SWITCH
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is XIR, was requested from operator panel.
Source:
03:SYSTEM-CONSOLE (*pl)
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type is XIR, was requested from system console.
Source:
05:CPU
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is XIR, was requested from CPU.
Source:
0b:ACK-timeout
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is XIR, was requested due to timeout of
communication (ACK timeout).
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38:POR
3f:ResetRelease
40:Shutdown
(NML)
Normal
system
Source:
11:LAN
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is XIR, was requested via LAN.
Source:
12:TTY
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is XIR, was requested via TTY.
Source:
18:HTTP
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is XIR, was requested via HTTP.
Source:
00:PANEL-SWITCH
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested from operator panel.
Source:
02:RCI-IO
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested from RCI-IO.
XX indicates the node number of RCI-IO, which request reset to this
system.
Source:
03:SYSTEM-CONSOLE (*pl)
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested from system console.
Source:
05:CPU
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested from CPU.
Source:
08:FATAL
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested due to detection of FATAL.
Source:
0b:ACK-timeout
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested due to timeout of
communication (ACK timeout).
Source:
11:LAN
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested via LAN.
Source:
12:TTY
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested via TTY.
Source:
17:RCI-Host
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested from RCI-HOST.
XX indicates the node number of RCI-HOST, which request reset to this
system.
Source:
18:HTTP
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested via HTTP.
Source:
80:Retry
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested due to retry against FATAL
problem.
Source:
80:Retry
Detailed code:
x02000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR, was requested due to failure of alive-check.
Source:
81:SCF-Self
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A reset, type of reset is POR,.was requested via SCF.
Source:
ff:Nothing
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: The reset state was released.
Source:
00:PANEL-SWITCH
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested from operator panel.
Source:
01:NVRAM/TOD
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested due to NVRAM/TOD timer setting.
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41:Shutdown
(ALM)
Abnormal
system
42:Power-off
Source:
02:RCI-IO
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested from RCI-IO.
XX indicates the node number of RCI-IO, which request shutdown to
this system.
Source:
03:SYSTEM-CONSOLE (*pl)
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested from system console.
Source:
10:RCI-synchronize
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested to other RCI node.
XX indicates the node number, which is requested the shutdown by this
system.
Source:
11:LAN
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested via LAN.
Source:
12:TTY
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested via TTY.
Source:
17:RCI-Host
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested from RCI-HOST.
XX indicates the node number of RCI-HOST, which request shutdown to
this system.
Source:
18:HTTP
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested via HTTP.
Source:
0C:UPS
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested because of power failure.
The shutdown is informed via UPC.
Source:
0C:UPS
Detailed code:
x02000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested because of power failure.
The shutdown is informed via SPARC.
Source:
14:Power supply monitoring
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested because of PSU error.
Source:
14:Power supply monitoring
Detailed code:
x06000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested because of sensor error.
Source:
15:FAN monitoring
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested because of fan error.
Source:
16:Temperature monitoring
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested because of CPU temperature error.
Source:
16:Temperature monitoring
Detailed code:
x06000000
Explanation: A shutdown was requested because of sensor error.
Source:
00:PANEL-SWITCH
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed with the switch on the operating panel.
Source:
01:NVRAM/TOD
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed by the NVRAM/TOD timer setting.
Source:
02:RCI-IO
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed from RCI-IO.
XX indicates the node number of RCI-IO, which request the power-off to
this system.
Source:
03:SYSTEM-CONSOLE (*pl)
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed from the system console.
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Source:
05:CPU
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed by CPU.
Source:
0b:ACK-timeout
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed due to timeout of communication (ACK timeout).
Source:
0C:UPS
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed because the battery voltage was low.
It was caused by a power outage.
Source:
0C:UPS
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed because of the battery error.
Source:
11:LAN
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed via LAN.
Source:
12:TTY
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed via TTY.
Source:
14:Power supply monitoring
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed because of PSU error.
Source:
14:Power supply monitoring
Detailed code:
x02000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed because of DDC-A error.
Source:
14:Power supply monitoring
Detailed code:
x03000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed because of DDC-B error.
Source:
14:Power supply monitoring
Detailed code:
x04000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed because of CPUDDC error.
Source:
14:Power supply monitoring
Detailed code:
x05000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed because of DDC-C error.
Source:
16:Temperature monitoring
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed because of CPU temperature error.
Source:
17:RCI-Host
Detailed code:
xXX000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed from RCI-HOST.
XX indicates the node number of RCI-HOST, which request the power-off
to this system.
Source:
18:HTTP
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed via HTTP.
Source:
81:SCF-Self
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Power-off was executed due to during the PON/reset sequence.
The power-off is informed via SCF.
Source:
ff:Nothing
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Input power source failure occurred.
50:ACFAIL
50:PSU-OFF(
When
the
input
power
source is the
DC Type)
(*pl): In PRIMEPOWER250/450, there are no logs from the system console.
01:AC-ON 10:SCF Reset 11:SCF Ready 20:Power-on 30:XIR 38:POR 3f:Reset-Rrelease
40:Shutdown(NML) 41:Shutdown(ALM) 42:Power-off 50:ACFAIL
Information
The content of the power logs might be changed because of the function improvement.
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Next: B.3 XSCF Event Logs List
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B.3
XSCF Event Logs List
This section lists all event log information displayed when the show-event-logs command is
executed on the XSCF console. The following table explains the items in event log list. For
information about a command to display event log and options to the command, see "Chapter6
How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
Table B-3-1 How to read the event log list
Source
Type of event causing an entry in the event log and the type code
Detailed code and
explanation
Explains the meaning of a detailed code occurring in the event log.
The event log items displayed by the XSCF are given below.
01:FAN 02:Power 03:NVRAM 04:External 05:UPS 06:Thermal 07:PDOWN 08:Nodeself
09:Mount 0a:Change 60:SysInfo 61:Panic 62:Config 71:DevState C0:Console C1:Access
C2:Author C3:CPUReq C4:Panel C5:RCI C6:Setup C7:EXTInfo C8:LogAnlyz C9: Tempinfo
Ca: SCFshell Cb: Powerlog
Table B-3-2 Event log items
Source
01:FAN
[: Fan error]
(*el)
Detailed code and explanation
Detailed code:
xVVnn0000
Explanation: A fan error occurred. VV indicates the detailed event and nn indicates the
fan number.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : Fan speed decreased.
― x02 : Rotation of the fan stopped.
― x03 : A fan mounting error occurred.
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02:Power
[: Power supply
error]
(*el)
03:NVRAM
[: Battery error]
(*el)
04:EXTInfo
[:
External
power supply
interface error
(RCI
device
only)]
(*el)
05:UPS
[: UPS error]
(*el)
06:Thermal
[: Temperature
error]
(*el)
Detailed code:
xVVnnyy00
Explanation: A power supply error occurred. VV indicates the detailed event, nn
indicates the voltage type, and yy indicates the power supply unit number.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : A low voltage warning occurred.
― x02 : A low voltage alarm occurred.
― x03 : An overvoltage warning occurred.
― x04 : An overvoltage alarm occurred.
― x05 : A power supply error occurred.
― x11 : A voltage recoverd normally.
The definition of nn is as follows:
― x01 : An abnormal voltage1(:PSU)
― x02 : An abnormal voltage2(:PSU)
― x03 : An abnormal voltage3(:PSU)
― x04 : An abnormal voltage4(:DDC-B)
― x05 : An abnormal voltage5(:DDC-A)
― x06 : An abnormal voltage6(:DDC-C)
― x07 : An abnormal voltage7(:CPUDDC)
― x08 : An abnormal voltage8(:PSU)
The definition of yy is as follows:
― x1m : PSU, m is PSU number from 0 to 2.
― x2m : CPUDDC, m is CPUDDC number from 0 to 3.
― x30 : DDC-A
― x40 : DDC-B
― x50 : DDC-C
When VV is "x05, A power supply error occurred", yy is x1m and m is PSU number from 0
to 2. The definitions of nn are as follows:
― x80 : Not mounted.
― x40 : Alarm level error.
― x20 : Warning level error.
Detailed code:
x02000000
Explanation: A low voltage error occurred.
Detailed code:
xVVpppp00
Explanation: An external power supply interface error (RCI device only) occurred.
VV indicates the detailed event and pppp indicates the unit-dependent
information.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : An error occurred at the interface with the EDPC.
― x02 : An error occurred at the interface with the EPC.
Detailed code:
xVVnn0000
Explanation: A UPS error occurred. VV indicates the detailed event and nn indicates
the UPS number.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : The UPS battery voltage is low.
― x02 : A UPS alarm occurred.
Detailed code:
xVVqq0000
Explanation: A temperature error occurred. VV indicates the detailed event and qq
indicates the sensor ID.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x02 : A high ambient temperature warning occurred.
― x04 : A low ambient temperature warning occurred.
― x06 : A high CPU temperature warning occurred.
― x07 : A high CPU temperature alarm occurred.
― x12 : Recovery from he high ambient temperature warning or low ambient
temperature warning was successful.
― x16 : Recovery from the CPU temperature warning was successful.
― x20 : Fan speed increased.
― x21 : Fan speed decreased.
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07:PDOWN
[:
Power
outage/power
recovery]
(*el)
08:Nodeself
[:
Node
self-error]
(*el)
09:Mount
[: Mount error
(RCI
device
only)]
0a:Change
[:
Status
transition event
(RCI
device
only)]
60:SysInfo
[:
System
status report]
61:Panic
[: Panic
report]
Detailed code:
xVVqq0000
Explanation: A power outage occurred or power was restored. VV indicates the detailed
event and qq indicates the detailed information on the source.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : A power outage occurred.
― x02 : Power was restored.
Detailed code:
x00VVppss
Explanation: A node-specific error occurred. VV indicates the detailed event, pp
indicates the first item of detailed information, and ss indicates the second item of
detailed information.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x90 : A status check timeout occurred.
― x91 : The IO node address was duplicated.
― x93 : An unregistered node is found.
― x95 : The sensor failed.
When VV is "x95, The sensor failed", ss is sensor number. The definitions of pp are as
follows:
― x01 : The system control bus switcher
― x02 : SB thermal sensor
― x03 : FAN sensor, ss is x00.
― x04 : Inlet sensor
― x05 : CPU thermal sensor
Detailed code:
x01mmqq00
Explanation: The number of parts was more than the expected value for the installation
conditions. mm indicates the part name number and qq indicates the device-dependent
information.
The definition of mm is as follows:
― x01 : Power supply unit
― x02 : Fan
― x03 : Temperature sensor
― x04 : Battery for memory backup
― x05 : UPS
― x06 : Humidity sensor
Detailed code:
x02mmqq00
Explanation: The number of parts was less than the expected value for the installation
conditions. mm indicates the part name number and qq indicates the device-dependent
information. The definition of mm is the same as described above.
Detailed code:
x03mmqq00
Explanation: The mounting location of the part is different from the correct position. mm
indicates the part name number and qq indicates the device-dependent information.
The definition of mm is the same as described above.
Detailed code:
xVV000000
Explanation: A status transition event for the device occurred.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : The status of the power supply unit changed.
― x02 : The status of the fan changed.
― x03 : The status of the temperature sensor changed.
― x04 : The status of the battery for memory backup changed.
― x05 : The status of the UPS changed.
― x06 : The status of the humidity sensor changed.
― x07 : The status of the HDD changed.
Detailed code:
xVV000000
Explanation: The system status was reported.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x00 : Power-off
― x01 : Panic happened.
― x02 : Startup after a shutdown
― x08 : Initialization phase
― x09 : Boot processing
― x0a : The system is in the running state.
Detailed code:
x00000000
Explanation: Panic happened.
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62:Config
[: Unit
configuration
change]
71:DevState
[: Unit status
display]
C0:Console
[:
Console
event]
C1:Access
[: SCF access
event]
Detailed code:
x01mmqqss yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy
Explanation: A part was added. mm indicates the part name number, qq the part
number, ss the old unit status, y’s the the serial number after replacement without FAN or
PSU.
The definition of mm is as follows:
― x02 : Fan
― x03 : PSU
― x05 : Panel
― x06 : SB
― x10 : CPU
― x11 : Slot
― x12 : PCI-BD
― x13 : SCSI-BD
The definition of ss is as follows: (The ss is zero when mm is FAN or PSU.)
The ss the old unit status : 0
7
― bit 0 : valid bit
― bit 1 : Mount information
― bits 2-3 : Reserved
― bit 4 : Alarm level
― bit5 : Warning level
― bit6 : Notice level / Standby level
― bit7 : Sensor abnormal
Detailed code:
x02mmqqss yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy
Explanation: The part was removed. The definitions from mm to ss are the same as
described above. y’s the the serial number before replacement without FAN or PSU.
Detailed code:
x81mmqq00
Explanation: A fault part was added. The definitions from mm to qq are the same as
described above.
Detailed code:
xqqqqqqqq
Explanation: The status of the unit was displayed.
qqqqqqqq indicates the
unit-dependent command parameter.
Detailed code:
xVVpp0000
Explanation: A console event occurred. VV indicates the detailed event. pp indicates
the switching source.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : The console was switched from the TTY-A console to the SCF-LAN
console.
― x02 : The console was switched from the SCF-LAN console to the TTY-A
console.
The definition of pp is as follows:
― x00 : The console was switched by Machine Administration Menu.
― x01 : The console was switched by SCF Shell.
Detailed code:
xVVmm0000 xxxxxxxx yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy
Explanation: An SCF access event occurred. VV indicates the access type, mm the
login/logout status, xxxxxxxx the IP address of the access source, and yy.... the account
name.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x10 : Access to XSCF by telnet RW.
― x12 : Access to the telnet shell.
― x20 : Access to the SSL.
― x21 : Access to the HTTP.
― x40 : Access to the serial port.
― x50 : Access to the SSH RW(port 22).
― x51 : Access to the shell(port 8810) by SSH.
― x52 : Access to the SSH RO(port 8811).
― x53 : Access to the SSH RO(port 8812).
The definition of mm is as follows:
― x01 : Logged in to the SCF.
― x02 : Logged out from SCF.
― x03 : SCF forcibly disconnect user session due to inactivity timeout.
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C2:Author
[: Authentication
failure
event]
C3:CPUReq.
[:
SPARC
request]
C4:Panel
[:
Panel
operation
event]
C5:RCI
[: RCI event]
Detailed code:
xVV000000 xxxxxxxx yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy
Explanation: An authentication failure event occurred when SCF was accessed. VV
indicates the access type, xxxxxxxx the IP address of the access source, and yy.... the
account name that failed last.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x10 : Access to XSCF by telnet RW.
― x12 : Access to the telnet shell.
― x20 : Access to the SSL.
― x21 : Access to the HTTP.
― x40 : Access to the serial port.
― x50 : Access to the SSH RW(port 22).
― x51 : Access to the shell(port 8810) by SSH.
― x52 : Access to the SSH RO(port 8811).
― x53 : Access to the SSH RO(port 8812).
Detailed code:
xVV000000 nnyyyyyy nnyyyyyy nnyyyyyy
Explanation: A request was sent from XSCF to SPARC . VV indicates the detailed
event.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : Request to SPARC for shutdown. nn indicates the event code. yy...
indicates the Detailed code byte 0-2. Detailed code byte 8-F are ignored.
― x02 : Request to SPARC for power-off
― x03 : Request to SPARC for log collection
― x04 : Request to SPARC for information in the event log
― x05 : Request to SPARC to collect dump of XSCF memory
― x06 : Request to SPARC for event. nn indicates the event code. yy... indicates
the Detailed code byte 0-2.
Detailed code:
x01mm0000
Explanation: A panel operation event occurred. mm indicates the button operation
number.
The definition of mm is as follows:
― x01 : The POWER switch button was pressed in a short operation.
― x02 : The RESET switch button was pressed in a short operation.
― x03 : The Request switch button was pressed in a short operation.
― x81 : The POWER switch button was pressed for a long time.
― x83 : The Request switch button was pressed for a long time.
Detailed code:
x02mm0000
Explanation: A panel operation event for the mode switch occurred. mm indicates the
mode switch operation number.
The definition of mm is as follows:
― x01 : The mode switch was set to maintenance mode.
― x40 : The mode switch was set to unlock mode.
― x80 : The mode switch was set to lock mode.
Detailed code:
x03mmqq00
Explanation: A switch operation event for the remote panel occurred. mm indicates the
button operation number and qq indicates whether the operation was valid.
The definition of mm is as follows:
― x01 : The POWER switch button was pressed in a normal operation.
― x02 : The RESET switch button was pressed in a normal operation.
― x03 : The Request switch button was pressed in a normal operation.
― x81 : The POWER switch button was pressed for a long time.
The definition of qq is as follows:
― x01 : The operation was valid.
― x02 : The operation was not valid.
Detailed code:
x01000000
Explanation: Power-off request is sent to an IO device.
Detailed code:
x02000000
Explanation: Switched to be the master of the RCI network.
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Detailed code:
x1000mmnn
Explanation: The RCI sending event was executed.
The definition of mm is as follows:
― x00 : It was executed except Shutdown.
― x80 : Shutdown was executed.
The definition of nn is as follows:
― x06 : Power on was executed.
― x07 : Shutdown was executed.
― x08 : POR reset was executed.
― x0a : Panic was occurred.
― x0b : I/O Power off was executed.
Detailed code:
x20nnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn
Explanation: The RCI receiving event was executed when Power on, Shutdown, Forced
power off or POR reset was executed. nn.. is packet data of RCI communication.
But the Detailed code is “x20000061” when Panic was executed.
Detailed code:
x30000000 00nnnn00
Explanation: The RCI initial operation was executed. nnnn is an initial address.
Detailed code:
x31000000 nnnnnnnn
Explanation: The RCI initial configuration was executed. nn.. is Node ID.
Detailed code:
x32000000 nnnnnnnn
Explanation: The RCI initial configuration was executed again. nn.. is Node ID.
Detailed code:
x3F0000rr
Explanation: The RCI configuration result was shown. nn is result value.
C6:Setup
[:Setuprelated]
C7:External
[: Extended
system status
report]
C8:LogAnlyz
[: Hardware log
analysis]
Detailed code:
x80ppsstt
Explanation: The RCI device is recovered from failure state by retry. ppsstt indicates
the detailed information.
Detailed code:
xVV000000 nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn
Explanation: An event, related to installation or replacement of hardware, occurred.
VV indicates the detailed event and nn.. indicates the serial number after replacement.
(0 at the SB-PANEL disagreement. )
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : The SB was replaced with spare part.
― x02 : The panel was replaced with spare part.
― x80 : The SB-PANEL did not match.
Detailed code:
xVVqq0000
Explanation: An extended system status report event occurred. VV indicates the
detailed event and qq indicates the status code.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x81 : "OBP complete" was reported.
― x82 : "Suspend start" was reported.
― x83 : "Suspend" was reported.
― x84 : "Resume" was reported.
The definition of qq is as follows:
― x00 : Normal
― x01 : Abnormal
Detailed code:
x01qq0000
Explanation: Hardware log analysis started. qq indicates the log category.
The definition of qq is as follows:
― x01 : Analysis was started by the log request.
― x02 : Fatal error log analysis was started.
Detailed code:
x02qq0000 nnnnnnnn
Explanation: Hardware log analysis finished. qq indicates the end code.
The definition of qq is as follows:
― x01 : Normal end. nn... indicates the latch code.
― xFF : Abnormal end. nn... indicates the fault detection number.
Detailed code:
x03qq0000 nnnnnnnn
Explanation: XSCF ignores events. qq indicates the source and nn... indicates the latch
code.
The definition of qq is as follows:
― x01 : XSCF does not take a log, because it's expected and igonoreable
problem.
― x02 : XSCF does not take a log, because attribute is inconsistent.
― x03 : The bit was disabled because of a receive_latch.
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Detailed code:
x04qqss00 nnnnnnnn
Explanation: A Resion code was detected. qq indicates a priority level from 1 to 99, ss
indicates the order of the detected Resion code from 1 to 50, and nn... indicates the latch
code.
Detailed code:
xVVqqppss jjkkllmm
C9:Tempinfo
[: Temperature Explanation: A change in temperature occurred. VV indicates the detailed event, qq
change event]
indicates the inlet temperature, pp indicates SB temperature 1, ss indicates SB
temperature 2, and jj to mm indicate the temperature of CPU0 to CPU3.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x02 : A high ambient temperature warning occurred.
― x04 : A low ambient temperature warning occurred.
― x06 : A high CPU temperature warning occurred.
― x07 : A high CPU temperature alarm occurred.
― x12 : Recovery from the high ambient temperature warning or low ambient
temperature warning was successful.
― x16 : Recovery from the CPU temperature warning was successful.
― x20 : Fan speed increased.
― x21 : Fan speed decreased.
― x30 : The PSU cooling (Power/power-off is retried) is done by control of the
monitoring for foreseeable fault. qq indicates the inlet temperature, pp
indicates PSU number, ss-mm are ignored
Detailed code:
xVV000000
Ca:SCFshell
Explanation: A XSCF shell command issued. VV indicates the detailed event.
[: SCF shell
event]
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x00 : XSCF exited from maintenance mode.
― x01 : XSCF entered maintenance mode.
Cb:Powerlog
Detailed code:
xVV000000
[: Power event] Explanation: The power event occurred.
The definition of VV is as follows:
― x01 : Power was supplied.
― x10 : SCF reset was occurred.
― x11 : The SCF entered the Ready state.
― x20 : Power-on was executed.
― x30 : A reset ,type of reset is XIR was requested.
― x3F : The reset state was released.
― x40 : A shutdown was requested.
― x41 : A shutdown was requested(Abnormal system).
― x42 : Power-off was executed.
― x50 : Input power source failure occurred.
*el For the events indicated by Source codes X01 to X08, because RCI specific data is
displayed when the source of the event is the RCI device, the displayed data does not match the
definition shown in the table.
note:
About Source codes X01 to X3f, X80 is added to those codes when A shutdown request is
executed.
01:FAN 02:Power 03:NVRAM 04:External 05:UPS 06:Thermal 07:PDOWN 08:Nodeself
09:Mount 0a:Change 60:SysInfo 61:Panic 62:Config 71:DevState C0:Console C1:Access
C2:Author C3:CPUReq C4:Panel C5:RCI C6:Setup C7:EXTInfo C8:LogAnlyz C9: Tempinfo
Ca: SCFshell Cb: Powerlog
Information
The content of the event logs might be changed because of the function improvement.
Next: B.4 XSCF Error Code Table
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B.4
XSCF Error Code Table
The table below lists the error codes that appear in error logs displayed when the
show-error-logs command is executed. Clicking a code enables you to jump to an explanation of
the appropriate log. For the error logs list, see "XSCF Error Log List and Actions" in Section B.1.
Table B-4-1 XSCF error code table
40000000 and up
408055FF
41000000 and up
41100000 41100100 41110000
42000000 and up
44000000 and up
4201010n(Alarm)
4201010n(Warning)
4201010n(Notice)
4201030n 4201040n
42040100 42040300
42048100
430102FF 430103FF
431501FF
431601FF 431602FF
44yyyyA0 44yyyyE0
46000000 and up
46110000
4D000000 and up
4D000700 4D0008FF
4E000000 and up
4E07200n 4E200800 4E20F00n 4E20F50n 4E20F600
50000000 and up
500001FF
500110FF
500115FF
500120FF
500132FF
500137FF
500140FF
500144FF
500150FF
500160FF
500165FF
500170FF
501001FF
501010FF
501020FF
501030FF
501043FF
501048FF
5080000n
6100000n
6100140n
6100190n
6100250n
6101000n
6101130n
6101180n
6101320n
43000000 and up
50100000 and up
61000000 andup
4201810n 4201840n
4204030n 420403FF 4204040n
430E060n
431605FF 431606FF 431607FF
500002FF 500003FF 500004FF
500111FF 500112FF 500113FF 500114FF
500121FF 500130FF 500131FF
500133FF 500134FF 500135FF 500136FF
500141FF
500145FF
500151FF
500161FF
500142FF
500146FF
500152FF
500162FF
500143FF
500147FF
500153FF 500154FF
500163FF 500164FF
501002FF 501003FF 501004FF
501011FF 501012FF 501013FF
501031FF 501040FF 501041FF 501042FF
501044FF 501045FF 501046FF 501047FF
501049FF 501050FF
6100100n
6100150n
6100210n
6100310n
61010100
6101140n
6101190n
6101330n
6100110n
6100160n
6100220n
6100320n
6101100n
6101150n
6101210n
6101340n
6100120n 6100130n
6100170n 6100180n
6100230n 6100240n
6100330n 6100340n
6101110n 6101120n
6101160n 6101170n
6101220n 6101310n
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61100000 andup
61200000 andup
62000000 andup
80000000 and up
81000000 and up
82000000 and up
6110000n 6110100n 6110110n 6110120n 6110130n
6110140n 6110150n 6110160n 6110170n 6110180n
6110190n 6110210n 6110220n 6110230n 6110240n
6110250n 6110310n 6110320n 6110330n 6110340n
6111000n 61110100 6111100n 6111110n 6111120n
6111130n 6111140n 6111150n 6111160n 6111170n
6111180n 6111190n 6111210n 6111220n 6111310n
6111320n 6111330n 6111340n
612000FF 612002FF
620000FF 620001FF 620002FF 620003FF 620004FF
620005FF 620100FF
80805100 80805400 80805600 80809000 80809100
80809300
81110000
86000000 and up
8201020n 8201050n
82050100
830101FF 830104FF
83020100
8306010n
83080100
830B010n 830B0500 830B090n 830B0B00
830B0D0n 830B0F0n 830B110n 830B130n
830E000n
8310010n 8310020n 8311000n 8311010n 83120000
83120100 8313000n 8313010n 8314000n 8314010n
84yyyy01 84yyyy02 84yyyy03 84yyyy04 84yyyy05
84yyyy06 84yyyy07 84yyyy08 84yyyy09
84yyyyF1 84yyyyF2 84yyyyF3 84yyyyF4
86110000
87000000 and up
870005FF
8D000000 and up
8D000500
8E000000 and up
8E07200n 8E07300n
8E208500 8E208600 8E208700 8E208800 8E208900
8E20F30n 8E20F40n 8E20F700 8E20F800 8E20FA00
8E20FB0n
9080000n
83000000 and up
83100000 and up
84000000 and up
90800000 and up
C0800000 and up
C1000000 and up
C2000000 and up
C0800000 C0800100 C0800200 C0800300 C0800400
C0800500 C0800600 C0800700 C0800800 C0800900
C0800A00 C0800B00 C0800C00 C0800D00 C0800E00
C0801000 C0801100 C0801200
C0802000
C0803000 C0803100 C0803200
C0804000 C0804100
C0805000 C0805300
C0806000 C0806100
C0807000 C0807100 C0807200
C0808000 C0808100
C0809200
C080F000
C1000100 C1000200 C1001100 C1001200 C1001300
C1002100 C1110000
C201020n C201030n C2010400 C20106FF
C20107FF(Alarm)
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C6000000 and up
C20107FF(Warning)
C202010n C202020n C202030n C202040n C202050n
C202060n
C20301FF C20302FF C203030n
C2040200
C2111000 C2111100 C2111200
C2120100 C2120200 C2120300 C2120400
C2130100 C2130300 C2130400
C3010000 C3020000 C3030000 C3040000 C3050000
C306000n C306020n C306030n
C307000n C3080000 C309000n C30A000n
C30B000n C30B020n C30B0600 C30B0A0n C30B0C00
C30B0E0n
C30B100n C30B120n C30B140n
C30C0000 C30C0100
C30D000n C30D010n
C30E010n(Alarm)
C30E010n(Warning)
C30E020n C30E030n C30E040n C30E050n
C30F0000
C310000n
C3160300 C3160400
C3170000
C4yyyy1n C4yyyy2n C4yyyy3n C4yyyy4n C4yyyy5n
C4yyyy6n C4yyyy7n C4yyyy8n C4yyyy9n
C6110000
C7000000 and up
C7000100 C7000200 C7000300 C7000400
CD000000 and up
CD000100 CD000200 CD000300 CD000400 CD000600
CE000000 and up
CE01000n
CE03000n
CE03050n
CE04000n
CE07100n
CE20010n
CE201000
CE209400
CE209900
CE20F10n
C2100000 and up
C3000000 and up
C3100000 and up
C4000000 and up
CE200000 and up
D0800000 and up
DF000100 and up
CE02000n
CE0301FF CE030200 CE0303FF CE0304FF
CE040100
CE080000
CE20020n
CE201200
CE209500
CE04020n
CE09000n
CE20040n
CE201300
CE209600
CE04030n
CE0A0000
CE200700 CE200900
CE20150n
CE209700 CE209800
CE20F200 CE20FB00
D080000n
DF000100 DF001000
Table B-4-2 POST error code table
02000000and up
05000000and up
020000F2
0300003A
04000031
05000032
0510000n
07000031
07030031
0710000n
080000XX
0900000n
0300003B 0310003C 0320003C 0330003C
05010032
0511000n
0701000n 07020030
070400XX 07060030 070500XX
0711000n 0712000n 0713000n 07140031
0801000X
0910000n 0A00000X 0A1z000X 0C00000X
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10000000and up
15000000and up
80000000and up
90000000and up
xx000000and up
10000030 10010030 10100030
1120006n 1121006n 112200F1 112300F0
120z00XX
140z000n 141z000n 142z000n
150z000n 151000XX 151100XX 152z00XX 153z00XX
154z00XX 1560002n
16000039 16100033 162000XX
170v0042 171v0042 172v0042 173v0042 1740004n
17500043 17600044 17700045 17710045
8xx008yy 8xx00Ayy
8xx030yy 8xx032yy 8xx034yy
8xx04Wyy
8xx060yy 8xx063yy 8xx064yy 8xx068yy 8xx06Cyy
8xxTTTyy
9xx008yy 9xx00Ayy
9xx030yy 9xx032yy 9xx034yy
9xx04Wyy
9xx060yy 9xx063yy 9xx064yy 9xx068yy 9xx06Cyy
9xxTTTyy
921032XX 921063XX
xxxB0030 xxxC000n xxxD006n
Table B-4-3 OBP error code table
10000000and up
20000000and up
A0000000and up
1100000n 1108020n 1108050n 1108TT00
120000FF 130000FF 140000FF 150000FF 160000FF
170000FF 180000FF 181000FF 182000FF
190000FF 1A00000n 1A0000FF 1B0000FF 1C00002n
1D00004n 1E0000XX 1F000044
21000045
230000FF 240000FF 250000FF 250000FF_(2) 251000XX
252000XX 253000XX 254000XX 255000XX 256000XX
25700044
260000FF 261000XX 262000XX 263000XX
264000XX 265000XX 266000XX
270000FF 271000XX 272000XX 273000XX 274000XX
275000XX 276000XX 280000FF 281000FF
2A0000FF 2B0000FF 2C0000FF 2E0000FF 2E1000FF
2E2000FF
33000039 330000FF 330000FF_(2)
A000000n A010006n A02000XX A030001n
A040002n A050004n A0600044 A07000XX
A0900033 A0A00034
B0000000and up
B0000039 B0200032 B030003d B04000XX
F0000000and up
FE0000FF FF0000FF
xx000000and up
xx0000FF xx0864yy xx0868yy xx0832yy xx080ayy
xx0810yy
Table B-4-4 Machine Administration error code table
60000000~
60000200 A0000100 E0000100
Next: "Appendix C XSCF MIB "
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Appendix C
XSCF MIB
This chapter explains MIB(Management Infomation Base) that supported by the XSCF SNMP
agent function.
This appendix has the following contents.
Contents:
C.1
C.2
C.3
C.4
MIB Object ID
Standard MIB
Fujitsu Extended MIB
TRAP
C-2
C-3
C-7
C-9
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C.1
MIB Object ID
The below explains the MIB object identifier supported by the XSCF.
internet
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
{ iso org(3) dod(6) 1 }
directory
mgmt
experimental
private
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
{ internet 1 }
{ internet 2 }
{ internet 3 }
{ internet 4 }
mib-2
system
interfaces
at
ip
icmp
tcp
udp
snmp
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
{ mgmt 1 }
{ mib-2 1 }
{ mib-2 2 }
{ mib-2 3 }
{ mib-2 4 }
{ mib-2 5 }
{ mib-2 6 }
{ mib-2 7 }
{ mib-2 11 }
enterprises
fujitsu
product
solaris
primepower
scfObjects
scfInfo
scfState
scfTrapParams
scfMonitor
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
{ private 1 }
{ enterprises 211 }
{ fujitsu 1 }
{ product 15 }
{ solaris 2 }
{ primepower 1 }
{ scfObjects 1 }
{ scfObjects 2 }
{ scfObjects 3 }
{ scfObjects 4 }
application
aplNetwork
aplNetFunction
aplNetSCF
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::=
{ fujitsu 4 }
{ application 1 }
{ aplNetwork 3 }
{ aplNetFunction 40 }
Next:C.2 Standard MIB
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C.2
Standard MIB
The tables below explain the Standard MIB(MIB- ) lists supported by the XSCF.
1. system group
Table C-1 system group
MIB
OBJECT ID
SYNTAX
sysDescr
system.1
DisplayString
sysObjectID
system.2
ObjectID
sysUpTime
system.3
TimeTicks
sysContact
system.4
DisplayString
sysName
system.5
DisplayString
sysLocation
system.6
DisplayString
sysServices
system.7
INTEGER
(*1):R:Read-Only、R/W:Read-Write、NA: Not-Access
RW(*1)
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
2. interface group
Table C-2 interface group
MIB
ifNumber
ifTable
ifEntry
ifIndex
ifDescr
ifType
ifMtu
ifSpeed
ifPhysAddress
ifAdminStatus
ifOperStatus
ifLastChange
ifInOctets
ifInUcastPkts
ifInNUcastPkts
ifInDiscards
ifInErrors
ifInUnknownProtos
ifOutOctets
ifOutUcastPkts
ifOutNUcastPkts
ifOutDiscards
ifOutErrors
ifOutQLen
ifSpecific
OBJECT ID
interfaces.1
interfaces.2
ifTable.1
ifEntry.1
ifEntry.2
ifEntry.3
ifEntry.4
ifEntry.5
ifEntry.6
ifEntry.7
ifEntry.8
ifEntry.9
ifEntry.10
ifEntry.11
ifEntry.12
ifEntry.13
ifEntry.14
ifEntry.15
ifEntry.16
ifEntry.17
ifEntry.18
ifEntry.19
ifEntry.20
ifEntry.21
ifEntry.22
SYNTAX
INTEGER
Aggregate
Aggregate
INTEGER
DisplayString
INTEGER
INTEGER
Gauge
PhysAddress
INTEGER
INTEGER
TimeTicks
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Gauge
ObjectID
RW
R
NA
NA
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
3. at group
Table C-3 at group
MIB
atTable
atEntry
atIfIndex
atPhysAddress
atNetAddress
OBJECT ID
at.1
atTable.1
atEntry.1
atEntry.2
atEntry.3
SYNTAX
Aggregate
Aggregate
INTEGER
PhysAddress
NetworkAddress
RW
NA
NA
R
R
R
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4. ip group
Table C-4 ip group
MIB
ipForwarding
ipDefaultTTL
ipInReceives
ipInHdrErrors
ipInAddrErrors
ipForwDatagrams
ipInUnknownProtos
ipInDiscards
ipInDelivers
ipOutRequests
ipOutDiscards
ipOutNoRoutes
ipReasmTimeout
ipReasmReqds
ipReasmOKs
ipReasmFails
ipFragOKs
ipFragFails
ipFragCreates
ipAddrTable
ipAddrEntry
ipAdEntAddr
ipAdEntIfIndex
ipAdEntNetMask
ipAdEntBcastAddr
ipAdEntReasmMaxSize
ipRouteTable
ipRouteEntry
ipRouteDest
ipRouteIfIndex
ipRouteMetric1
ipRouteMetric2
ipRouteMetric3
ipRouteMetric4
ipRouteNextHop
ipRouteType
ipRouteProto
ipRouteAge
ipRouteMask
ipRouteMetric5
ipRouteInfo
ipNetToMediaTable
ipNetToMediaEntry
ipNetToMediaIfIndex
ipNetToMediaPhysAddress
ipNetToMediaNetAddress
ipNetToMediaType
OBJECT ID
ip.1
ip.2
ip.3
ip.4
ip.5
ip.6
ip.7
ip.8
ip.9
ip.10
ip.11
ip.12
ip.13
ip.14
ip.15
ip.16
ip.17
ip.18
ip.19
ip.20
ipAddrTable.1
ipAddrEntry.1
ipAddrEntry.2
ipAddrEntry.3
ipAddrEntry.4
ipAddrEntry.5
ip.21
ipRouteTable.1
ipRouteEntry.1
ipRouteEntry.2
ipRouteEntry.3
ipRouteEntry.4
ipRouteEntry.5
ipRouteEntry.6
ipRouteEntry.7
ipRouteEntry.8
ipRouteEntry.9
ipRouteEntry.10
ipRouteEntry.11
ipRouteEntry.12
ipRouteEntry.13
ip.22
ipNetToMediaTable.1
ipNetToMediaEntry.1
ipNetToMediaEntry.2
ipNetToMediaEntry.3
ipNetToMediaEntry.4
SYNTAX
INTEGER
INTEGER
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
INTEGER
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Aggregate
Aggregate
IpAddress
INTEGER
IpAddress
INTEGER
INTEGER
Aggregate
Aggregate
IpAddress
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
IpAddress
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
IpAddress
INTEGER
ObjectID
Aggregate
Aggregate
INTEGER
PhysAddress
IpAddress
INTEGER
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RW
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
NA
NA
R
R
R
R
R
NA
NA
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
NA
NA
R
R
R
R
5. icmp group
Table C-5 icmp group
MIB
icmpInMsgs
icmpInErrors
icmpInDestUnreachs
icmpInTimeExcds
icmpInParmProbs
icmpInSrcQuenchs
icmpInRedirects
icmpInEchos
icmpInEchoReps
icmpInTimestamps
icmpInTimestampReps
icmpInAddrMasks
icmpInAddrMaskReps
icmpOutMsgs
icmpOutErrors
icmpOutDestUnreachs
icmpOutTimeExcds
icmpOutParmProbs
icmpOutSrcQuenchs
icmpOutRedirects
icmpOutEchos
icmpOutEchoReps
icmpOutTimestamps
icmpOutTimestampReps
icmpOutAddrMasks
icmpOutAddrMaskReps
OBJECT ID
icmp.1
icmp.2
icmp.3
icmp.4
icmp.5
icmp.6
icmp.7
icmp.8
icmp.9
icmp.10
icmp.11
icmp.12
icmp.13
icmp.14
icmp.15
icmp.16
icmp.17
icmp.18
icmp.19
icmp.20
icmp.21
icmp.22
icmp.23
icmp.24
icmp.25
icmp.26
SYNTAX
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
RW
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
6. tcp group
Table C-6 tcp group
MIB
tcpRtoAlgorithm
tcpRtoMin
tcpRtoMax
tcpMaxConn
tcpActiveOpens
tcpPassiveOpens
tcpAttemptFails
tcpEstabResets
tcpCurrEstab
tcpInSegs
tcpOutSegs
tcpRetransSegs
tcpConnTable
tcpConnEntry
tcpConnState
tcpConnLocalAddress
tcpConnLocalPort
tcpConnRemAddress
tcpConnRemPort
tcpInErrs
tcpOutRsts
OBJECT ID
tcp.1
tcp.2
tcp.3
tcp.4
tcp.5
tcp.6
tcp.7
tcp.8
tcp.9
tcp.10
tcp.11
tcp.12
tcp.13
tcpConnTable.1
tcpConnEntry.1
tcpConnEntry.2
tcpConnEntry.3
tcpConnEntry.4
tcpConnEntry.5
tcp.14
tcp.15
SYNTAX
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Gauge
Counter
Counter
Counter
Aggregate
Aggregate
INTEGER
IpAddress
INTEGER
IpAddress
INTEGER
Counter
Counter
RW
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
NA
NA
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
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7. udp group
Table C-7 udp group
MIB
udpInDatagrams
udpNoPorts
udpInErrors
udpOutDatagrams
udpTable
udpEntry
udpLocalAddress
udpLocalPort
OBJECT ID
udp.1
udp.2
udp.3
udp.4
udp.5
udpTable.1
udpEntry.1
udpEntry.2
SYNTAX
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Aggregate
Aggregate
IpAddress
INTEGER
RW
R
R
R
R
NA
NA
R
R
8. snmp group
Table C-8 snmp group
MIB
snmpInPkts
snmpOutPkts
snmpInBadVersions
snmpInBadCommunityNames
snmpInBadCommunityUses
snmpInASNParseErrs
snmpInTotalReqVars
snmpInTotalSetVars
snmpInGetRequests
snmpInGetNexts
snmpInSetRequests
snmpInGetResponses
snmpInTraps
snmpOutTooBigs
snmpOutNoSuchNames
snmpOutBadValues
snmpOutGenErrs
snmpOutGetResponses
snmpOutTraps
snmpEnableAuthenTraps
OBJECT ID
snmp.1
snmp.2
snmp.3
snmp.4
snmp.5
snmp.6
snmp.13
snmp.14
snmp.15
snmp.16
snmp.17
snmp.18
snmp.19
snmp.20
snmp.21
snmp.22
snmp.24
snmp.28
snmp.29
snmp.30
SYNTAX
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
INTEGER
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RW
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
C.3
Fujitsu Extended MIB
The tables below explain the Fujitsu extended MIB lists supported by the XSCF.
1. scfInfo group s
Table C-9 scfInfo group
MIB
OBJECT ID
SYNTAX
scfMachineType
scfNumberOfCpu
scfInfo.1
scfInfo.2
DisplayString
INTEGER
R
W
R
R
CONTENT
scfSysSerial
scfFirmVersion
scfHCPVersion
scfServerUpTime
(*1)
scfHostID
scfServerID
scfInfo.3
scfInfo.4
scfInfo.5
scfInfo.6
DisplayString
DisplayString
DisplayString
TimeTicks
R
R
R
R
Model name
Number of
installing CPU
Serial Number
Firmware version
HCP version
Agent Uptime
scfInfo.7
scfInfo.8
DisplayString
DisplayString
R
R
Host ID
Server ID
2. scfState group
Table C-10 scfState group
MIB
OBJECT ID
SYNTAX
scfHWErrLevel
scfOSStatus
scfDisplay
scfState.1
scfState.2
scfState.3
DisplayString
DisplayString
DisplayString
R
W
R
R
R
scfModeSwitch
scfState.4
DisplayString
R
CONTENT
Faulty-parts state (*2)
OS state
Contents of Remote
panel message
Mode switch
3. scfTrapParams group
Table C-11 scfTrapParams group
MIB
OBJECT ID
SYNTAX
scfServerName
scfTrapTime
scfTrapParams.1
scfTrapParams.2
DisplayString
TimeTicks
R
W
R
R
scfHWErrComment
scfHWConfAddr
scfTrapParams.3
scfTrapParams.4
DisplayString
DisplayString
R
R
CONTENT
Host name(OS)
scfServerUpTime value
of trap occurred (*1)
Error information (*3)
Faulty-parts
(*1) scfServerUpTime is the lapsed time since SNMP-AGENT starting. [The unit is 10ms.]
(*2) Because SNMP uses the UDP protocol, trap may not reach a manager when a network path is an
abnormal condition. In addition to the surveillance by TRAP, we recommend you to supervise the
state of scfHWErrLevel periodically. scfHWErrLevel shows the worst part state in the parts with trap
sending (reference: 7.3 "Abot Traps"). It is indicated as the following three kinds of status.
scfHWErrLevel = "No error" or "WARNING" or "ALARM"
(*3): The following shows the format of the error information.
Error generation time [Error code] Error message
The explanation of the Error code and Error message, see "Appendix B XSCF Log Information".
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4. scfMonitor group
Table C-12 scfMonitor group
MIB
OBJECT ID
SYNTAX
R
W
CONTENT
scfTemperatureTable
scfMonitor.1
Aggregate
NA
MIB table of temperature
scfTemperatureEntry
scfTemperaturePartsName
scfTemperaturePartsNumber
scfTemperatureSubIndex
scfTemperatureStatus
scfTemperatureTable.1
scfTemperatureEntry.1
scfTemperatureEntry.2
scfTemperatureEntry.3
scfTemperatureEntry.4
Aggregate
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
NA
R
R
R
R
parts name(*1)
parts number(*1)
senser number(*2)
status of value(*3)
scfTemperatureValue
scfTemperatureEntry.5
INTEGER
scfVoltageTable
scfMonitor.2
Aggregate
value (unit:0.1 degrees
C)
NA MIB table of voltage
scfVoltageEntry
scfVoltagePartsName
scfVoltagePartsNumber
scfVoltageSubIndex
scfVoltageStatus
scfVoltageValue
scfVoltageTable.1
scfVoltageEntry.1
scfVoltageEntry.2
scfVoltageEntry.3
scfVoltageEntry.4
scfVoltageEntry.5
Aggregate
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
NA
R
R
R
R
R
scfRotationTable
scfRotationEntry
scfRotationPartsName
scfRotationPartsNumber
scfRotationSubIndex
scfRotationStatus
scfRotationValue
scfMonitor.3
scfRotationTable.1
scfRotationEntry.1
scfRotationEntry.2
scfRotationEntry.3
scfRotationEntry.4
scfRotationEntry.5
Aggregate
Aggregate
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
INTEGER
R
parts name(*1)
parts number(*1)
senser number(*2)
status of value(*3)
value (unit:0.01 V)
MIB table of FAN rotation
NA rate
NA
parts name(*1)
R
parts number(*1)
R
senser number(*2)
R
status of value(*3)
R
value (unit:1 rpm)
R
(*1): see table B-1-P "Part number table".
(*2): Identification number, in installing of two or more sensors on same parts.
(*3): invalid(1) / valid(2).
Next: C.4 TRAP
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C.4
TRAP
The following information is included in SNMP-TRAP of XSCF.
- enterprise ID
- agent-address
- generic-trap
- specific-trap
- time-stamp
- variable-bindings
: The object ID which identifies equipment classification.
: The IP address of XSCF which sent trap.
: Standard Trap number.
: FUJITSU extended Trap number.
: Time of sending trap on the basis of a XSCF SNMP agent starting.
[The unit is 10ms.]
: Additional information of trap.
The tables below explain the Standard TRAP and the Fujitsu extended TRAP.
Table C-13 Standard TRAP
TRAP-TYPE
enterprise ID generic specific- variable-bindings
MEANING
-trap
trap
authentication snmp
An access by the wrong
Failure
(1.3.6.1.2.1.
community name was detected by
4
0
11)
SNMP-Agent.
Table C-14 Fujitsu extended TRAP
TRAP-TYPE
scfHardware
DefectSet
scfHardware
DefectUnset
scfHardware
ErrorSet
scfHardware
ErrorUnset
scfAgentStart
scfHardware
ErrorRepair
scfHardware
DefectRepair
enterprise ID generic specific- variable-bindings
-trap
trap
scfObjects
scfServerName
(1.3.6.1.4.1.21
scfTrapTime
6
1
1.1.15.2.1)
scfHWErrComment
scfHWConfAddr
scfObjects
scfServerName
(1.3.6.1.4.1.21
scfTrapTime
6
2
1.1.15.2.1)
scfHWErrComment
scfHWConfAddr
scfObjects
scfServerName
(1.3.6.1.4.1.21
scfTrapTime
6
3
1.1.15.2.1)
scfHWErrComment
scfHWConfAddr
scfObjects
scfServerName
(1.3.6.1.4.1.21
scfTrapTime
6
4
1.1.15.2.1)
scfHWErrComment
scfHWConfAddr
scfObjects
scfServerName
(1.3.6.1.4.1.21
6
5
1.1.15.2.1)
scfObjects
scfServerName
(1.3.6.1.4.1.21
scfTrapTime
6
6
1.1.15.2.1)
scfHWErrComment
scfHWConfAddr
scfObjects
scfServerName
(1.3.6.1.4.1.21
scfTrapTime
6
7
1.1.15.2.1)
scfHWErrComment
scfHWConfAddr
MEANING
The Alarm level error(*1) occurred
in a parts of server.
An Alarm level faulty-part was
exchanged, but any Warning level
parts(*2) still remains in the server.
The Warning level error occurred
in a parts of server.
An Faulty-part was exchanged,
and as a result, all the faulty-parts
in the server disappeared.
The agent function was started.
An Warning level Faulty-part was
exchanged, but any Faulty-parts still
remains in the server.
An Alarm level Faulty-part was
exchanged, but any Alarm level
parts still remains in the server.
(*1): The fatal problem that the system cannot continue operation.
(*2): The slight problem that the system can continue operation.
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Appendix D
Troubleshooting
This chapter describes problems that can occur during use of the XSCF console or during
operation of the system and provides solutions for them.
This chapter has the following contents.
Contents:
D.1
D.2
Troubleshooting XSCF and FAQ
Troubleshooting the Server While XSCF Is Being Used
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D.1
Troubleshooting XSCF and FAQ
This section describes problems that can occur while XSCF is being used and provides
solutions for them.
In addition, FAQ is described.
Could not log in to XSCF
● Check whether you used the correct user name and if you use the XSCF Web function,
check whether the same user name is already logged in.
● Check whether you used the correct password.
● Check the number of XSCF users. For the number of users, see "Chapter2 Setting Up
XSCF" and "Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF to Terminal".
Forgot login keyword for XSCF
● Set the keyword again by setting command. For the default value of the login keyword,
see "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
Forgot login password for XSCF
● Set your password again from the Machine Administration Menu.
Could not connect to XSCF via the serial port
● Check whether the correct login keyword was used.
● Check whether the terminal software has been connected to the serial port.
● Chech the setting of the terminal software. (Baud rate ; 9600bps, Delay ; except for 0.
etc) For information about the setting, see "Connecting to XSCF via the serial port
(tty-a) " in "Chapter3 Connecting XSCF or Server".
Could not connect using telnet to XSCF via the SCF-LAN
● Check whether the SCF-LAN settings by the Machine Administration Menu have been
enabled.
● Check whether the telnet settings have been enabled by a command of Machine
Administration function.
● Check whether the entered IP address and port number are different from the settings.
● Check whether someone have already logged in to XSCF by using telnet port.
● If necessary, please use the console you can access from PC which is directly connected
to XSCF by serial port (tty-a). Then login to the XSCF Shell and check the the status of
SCF-LAN settings with "lan-conifg" command.
Could not connect using SSH to XSCF via the SCF-LAN
● Check whether the SCF-LAN settings by the Machine Administration Menu have been
enabled.
● Check whether the SSH settings have been enabled by a command of Machine
Administration function.
● Check whether the entered IP address and port number are different from the settings.
● Check whether someone have already logged in to XSCF by using SSH port.
● If necessary, please use the console you can access from PC which is directly connected
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to XSCF by serial port (tty-a). Then login to the XSCF Shell and check the the status of
SCF-LAN settings with "lan-conifg" command.
● Check whether the host key is set up correctly. In addition, if you replace a system
board, the host key is initialized by the pre-configured key which XSCF has.
● Check whether the cliant soft is set up correctly.
Output on Standard console(OS console) connected to the LAN suddenly
stopped
● The reason could be the command of XSCF, which change the destination of console
output to the serial port (tty-a or tty-b), was used on a XSCF shell. Besides, it has been
changed similarly from the Machine Administration Menu. Execute the show-event-log
command to view any changes to console operation.
● If you are in the environment which cannot use the XSCF shell terminal(when you don’t
set up “User Account Administration”), you are able to change the standard console to the
serial port(tty-a) forcibly. For the processing to change, see "Chapter 3 Connecting
XSCF to Terminal".
A console the XSCF shell or a standard console was suddenly disconnected
● After someone set "Network Configuration" or "Name Server Configration" of the "XSCF
administration" menu or execute the firmware update on the Machine Administration
Menu, immediately, a console of the XSCF shell and a standard console are
disconnected. Please login again when you use the XSCF.
XSCF shell was suddenly disconnected while using SSH
● After login to the XSCF shell, if there is no activity for a predetermined time, XSCF
automatically terminates the shell. When the time monitoring function has been enabled
and a time has been specified in the XSCF settings, forced termination occurs if the time
elapses.
● SSH cliant of Solaris Secure Shell or Open SSH disconnect by entering a
keyword(~.)(tilde | period).
A mail report was not received from XSCF
● XSCF does not report all events. It sends mail for faulty parts, an authentication failure
event, and testing. See the event logs list in "Appendix B XSCF Log Information" to
check if the expected report is in the error log or if the report is an event that is reported
in the event log.
● Select "Show Current Configuration" in "Mail administration" of the Machine Administraion
Menu and check whether to have completed the Mail report from XSCF normally. If the
e-mail is not received, the mail is sent to the destination for undelivered mail or the error
logs is recorded, so check them.
● Check whether there is the address restrictions if you receive the email by the cell phone.
Could not access the top page of the XSCF Web function
●
●
●
●
Check whether the settings for the XSCF Web function have been enabled.
Check whether the correct URL was input. (For example, "s" of "https" is not added.)
Check whether an allowed IP address was specified.
Check whether SSL and TLS are enabling in the browser settings.
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Could not display the login screen of the XSCF Web function
● If pressing the login button on the top page of the XSCF Web function fails to display the
login screen, JavaScript may be disabled in the browser settings. Enable JavaScript
and log in again.
● When the creating of Pop-up window is prohibited in the browser settings, XSCF Web
function fails to display the login screen. Enable it and log in again.
Could not log in to XSCF Web function
● Someone might have been logging in to XSCF from the same account.
You can't log in from the account, until a person who logged in to XSCF will log out.
● You might have terminated without log out.
You can't log in from the account, until XSCF Auto-disconnect time passes.
But when you want to use the account immediately, please do the following:
1) Log in to XSCF Web function from another account and check the elapsed time
from the last access time about the account by the access status page.
2) Update the Auto-disconnect time to the check time as above by Machine
Administration Menu.
3) Login to the XSCF Web Function from the account.
4) Change the Auto-disconnect time to the original one.
Forgot the authentication information for the XSCF Web function
● Since authentication of XSCF Web function is the same as authentication for the XSCF
shell, see the explanation above , "Forgot login password for XSCF".
Failed the first access to the XSCF Web function after log in
● Check whether the browser accepts the cookie in its settings.
The Web screen of the XSCF Web function is not displayed correctly
● The screen might not be displayed correctly because of the version of the browser. See
"Supported browsers" in "Chapter5 How to Use the XSCF Web Function" and switch to
the latest browser.
Could not add an XSCF user
● Check the number of XSCF users. For the number of users, see "Chapter2 Setting Up
XSCF" and "Chapter 3 Connecting XSCF to Terminal". Alternatively, contact the system
administrator.
The XSCF shell was forcibly terminated while it was being used
● After login to the XSCF shell, if there is no activity for a predetermined time, XSCF
automatically terminates the shell. When the time monitoring function has been enabled
and a time has been specified in the XSCF settings, forced termination occurs if the time
elapses.
The XSCF Web function was forcibly terminated
● After login to the XSCF Web function page, if there is no activity for a predetermined time,
XSCF terminates the Web page. Since this time monitoring function is always enabled,
if the predetermined time elapses, a message reporting forced termination is displayed
the next time an access is made. Pressing the OK button closes all frames and causes
the login screen to appear. Log in again.
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Do not know the IP address of XSCF
● To check the current network configuration, choose "Network Configuration" of the the
Machine Administration Menu. If it shows no IP address infomations, contact the network
administrator to get it.
Could not power on or off the server
● If you do not have root-level authority, you cannot power on or off the server. For the
user authority, see "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
Could not power on or off the server on the remote panel
● If you do not have root-level authority, you cannot power on or off the server.
● When the XSCF Web function has been set to read-only mode, you cannot power on or
off the server.
Other problems
● Contact the system administrator. When an XSCF dump is required, use the Machine
Administration Menu. For information about obtaining a dump, see "Appendix 10 XSCF
Firmware Upgrade and Dump".
- FAQ Q1. When OS and ESF are not installed, can I set up the SCF-LAN only by
XSCF?
You cannot set up the SCF-LAN only by XSCF. When OS and ESF are not installed, it means
that there is no system administrator of the server. In the server to which the system
administrator is not registered, the data integrity of the configuration information cannot be kept.
Therefore, the SCF-LAN settings("Network configuration") cannot be set up. After installing OS,
ESF, please set up the SCF-LAN.
Q2. Is IP address allocated by the default for the SCF-LAN port?
IP address is not allocated in the SCF-LAN port by the default. If the IP address is allocated by
the default, the IP address might temporarily overlap in each server when you set up the two or
more servers at the same time. This has the possibility to influence the environment of the user
LAN. To avoid the confusion, the SCF-LAN network function is disabled by default.
Q3. Can I connect the SCF-LAN to the Basic-LAN?
Yes, you can. There are three LAN ports called "Basic-LAN", "Extended-LAN" or "SCF-LAN" in
the server. You can connect the SCF-LAN with user LAN(Basic LAN and Extended-LAN). For
more information about the connection of the SCF-LAN, see "Chapter3 Connecting XSCF or
Server".
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Q4. During power on and startup OS,
if the OS hangs up, can I power off the
server by using XSCF function?
When the OS hangs up, you should not power off the server first but do the following:
1. First, please push the request switch on the remote panel of the XSCF Web function, or
push the request switch on the operation panel of the server, or issue the "request"
command by using the XSCF Shell, then the OS dump is executed.
2. After processing No.1, if the OS dump failed, please send a "Break", or push the reset
switch on the remote panel of the XSCF Web function, or push the reset switch on the
operation panel of the server, or issue the "xir" command by using the XSCF Shell, then
the server returns the ok prompt. And type the "sync" command.
3. After processing No.2, if reset operating or the "sync" command failed, please issue
the "por" command by using the XSCF Shell or forcibly power off in the following
methods.
There are the following three methods to power off the server forcibly.
Method 1: Push the power switch button for 10 seconds on the operation panel of the
server.
Method 2: Push the power switch button for 10 seconds on the remote panel of the
XSCF Web function.
Method 3: Issue the "power-off" command by XSCF Shell.
Q5. What does the XSCF do from turning on the input power to OS starts?
The following is the process until the system starts up.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
The input power source is turned on by operator.
XSCF starts.
The server is powered on and is initialized by XSCF.
POST starts and diagnoses the hardware.
OBP starts.
The boot process is started by OBP
OS starts up.
Q6. What messages are found on the screen when I succeed in the XSCF login
or XSCF logout?
The XSCF login success examples :
SCF Shell
login:root
Password:
SCF Version xxxxxxxx
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[192.168.1.2]
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The Login failure example :
SCF Shell
login:root
Password:
ERROR: Login incrrect
The XSCF Logout success examples :
SCF> exit
logout
The Logout failure example :
SCF> exit
Wrong name of Command
Q7. I want to check whether the XSCF e-mail is sent by generating an error by
XSCF.
What should I do?
Please issue "logtest" command by XSCF Shell. Then the error is logged and e-mail is sent.
For information about the XSCF shell commands, see "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF
Command Shell".
Note:
After checking the e-mail, you should clear the hardware error event in the "Hardware
monitoring information" of Machine Administration Menu. For the menu, see the Machine
Administration Guide for the ESF.
Q8. When the standard console(OS console) of XSCF is connected via the serial
port(tty-a), if you type ~.(tilda | period), it becomes the login window. How can I
make the login window return to the standard console without login?
Should I wait for several minutes?
Even if you wait a lot of time, you cannot return to the standard console from the login window.
Please push the Enter-key 5 times or more continuously to make the login fail.
In addition, the e-mail is sent when the XSCF Mail function is is enabled.
Q9. What is the relation between the error information of the XSCF error logs
and MIB file?
The error information of MIB file is the newest error log of XSCF.
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D.2
Troubleshooting the Server While XSCF Is Being
Used
This section explains how to effectively use XSCF when a problem such as no response from
the server occurs on the server, or when a panic occurs.
Before contacting service
Before contacting service, first try the procedure given below. This procedure may not only
be helpful in solving the problem but also could eliminate the need to make an inquiry.
8. If the server does not respond, set the mode switch on the operating panel to
MAINTENANCE mode.
9. Confirmed the system by either of the following methods.
● When you cannot use the XSCF Web function nor the XSCF shell via telnet or serial
port.
a. Change the mode switch on front panel to "MAINTENANCE" position.
b. Connect a terminal to the XSCF's serial port. Then Input the login keyword("~.") to
XSCF shell. This combination is the default value. For changing the keyword, see
"Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
c. The system message is displayed with the initialization message before the login prompt
of the XSCF shell is displayed.
When the hardware error has been detected by XSCF, any trouble is
notified by this system message. So please deal based on the message.
● .When you can use the XSCF Web function or the XSCF shell via telnet or serial port.
a. Use the XSCF account to log in to XSCF.
b. Connect to the SCF-LAN port and use the XSCF Web function (see Chapter 5) to try
to check the error logs. Please refer to the method of dealing with this manual
appendix B.
c. Please check the XSCF's event log and the server status of by using the XSCF
shell via a telnet or a serial port.
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Please confirm the event which has happened at time that the problem occurs by using
below commands.
show-error-logs
show-event-logs
show-power-logs
show-console-logs
If you find an error, please refer to the method of dealing with this manual appendix B.
d. Check the XSCF console log or panic log for the latest messages. The message might be
displayed as OS detects the problem. About Panic, please confirm the event which has
happened at time that the problem occurs by using "show-panic-logs" command.
For using the command, see "Chapter6 How to Use the XSCF Command Shell".
10. Please restart the system if you cannot find out any problem in the above-mentioned
check points.
11. If you found any hardware failure, take action according to the method written on
appendix B, such as, replace a part with using Machine Administration Menu.
Next: "Glossary"
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Glossary
This appendix is a glossary of XSCF-related terms used in this manual.
A:
[ACK] An abbreviation of acknowledgement. ACK is a positive response transmitted from the
sending PC to the receiving PC in communication between PCs. It is transmitted, for example,
when a data transfer has ended successfully.
When all data has been received without error, the receiving PC sends an ACK packet.
Conversely, if corrupted data is received, the receiving PC requests retransmission.
[ACK timeout] The time allowed for an acknowledgement to be sent from the sending PC to the
receiving PC.
[APCS] Automatic power control. The generic term for functions of PRIMEPOWER series
machines supported by the Enhanced Support Facility (ESF) that control power supply schedules.
[ATAPI] An abbreviation of AT Attachment Packet Interface. A standard made to connect devices
other than HDD such as CD-ROM with controller IDE.
B:
[Bank] An area used when a physical memory is divided into areas for management purposes. A
bank required for an area specified in the address space is allocated each time it is used. The
bank must be changed if a different bank is accessed.
C:
[CCU] An abbreviation of Console Connection Unit. A console connection unit converts the input
and output of a serial-connected console for the LAN and converts the transmission data from a
LAN-connected terminal.
[CE] An abbreviation of correctable error.
[Checksum] A method used to check for corrupted data. The data is sent with a sum. The
receiving end calculates the sum of the received data and compares it with the sum calculated at
the sending end.
[Cluster control software] This software is a fourth-generation clustering solution that provides
high availability and scalability, which is independent of the operating system and hardware
platform. In the software product, there are PRIMECLUSTER and SafeCLUSTER.
[CPUDDC] The DDC for the CPU core. CPUDDC is mounted on the CPU module.
D:
[DDC] An abbreviation of DC-DC converter. A DDC converts one direct-current voltage to another
direct-current voltage.
[DDC-A] A DDC mounted on a system board that supplies 1.8 V.
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[DDC-B] A DDC mounted on a system board that supplies 2.5 V.
[DDC-C] A DDC mounted on a system board that supplies 1.25 V.
[DIMM] An abbreviation of dual in-line memory module. DIMMs are memory modules that are
mounted on the motherboard.
E:
[ECC] An abbreviation of Error Check and Correction. ECC is a mechanism for monitoring
memory operation. When ECC detects a one-bit memory error, it automatically corrects the error
and operation continues. ECC also detects two-bit memory errors.
[EEPROM] An abbreviation of electrically erasable programmable read-only memory. EEPROM
is ROM whose contents can be electrically reprogrammed.
[EPROM] An abbreviation of erasable and programmable read-only memory.
electrically erasable and programmable read-only memory.
EPROM is
[Erase] The operation of erasing memory or a disk.
[External power controller] A controller that provides, among other functions, a conversion
function between the power/environment control interface (RCI) and other power/environment
control interfaces (including power control, status monitoring, and disaster-prevention panel
control).
F:
[FAN-JT] A fan board.
[Fatal] The state resulting from the occurrence of a fatal error.
[FMEM] An abbreviation of flash memory. FMEM is a nonvolatile PROM on which data can be
erased electrically either by sector (block) or for the entire chip. Nonvolatile memory retains data
when power is turned off.
[FRU] An abbreviation of field-replaceable unit.
H:
[HPC] An abbreviation of Hot Plug Controller. The Hot plug controller of component that you can
exchange and detach without system shutdown or reboot.
I:
[IDE] Bus of easy circuit composition to connect hard disk or CD-ROM drive.
[Inlet] An intake vent.
[IO-BP] An abbreviation of IO Back Panel.
J:
[JTAG] An abbreviation of Joint Test Action Group. It generally indicates the boundary scan
architecture, of which test method was standardized as EEE1149.1, and its serial port.
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The boundary scan is the architecture that allocates between the core logic and the pin a register
called cell equivalent to the test probe and that, if it is a shift register, enters the input signal from
the shift register and examines the output result.
N:
[Neuron] The component in which the RCI interface controller operates.
[NVRAM] An abbreviation of nonvolatile RAM. For ordinary RAM, its contents are lost when
power is no longer supplied. NVRAM, however, retains its contents when power is turned off.
O:
[OBP-FMEM] An FMEM for the OBP. See FMEM.
P:
[Panel] A part, on the front of a server, that contains the power switch button, LEDs, and similar
items used by the operator.
[Panic] Abnormal termination of the OS.
[PC] (1) An abbreviation of personal computer. (2) An abbreviation of Power Control.
[PCI] An abbreviation of Peripheral Component Interface, which is an IEEE standard. The PCI is
one of the standards used for installation of expansion boards in a PC or workstation and often
indicates the location of the expansion board on the motherboard.
[PCI-BD] A PCI board.
[PLL] An abbreviation of phase-locked loop. A phase-coherent loop, the PLL is a circuit
technology that generates an output signal having a frequency and phase adjusted to those of the
input signal.
[POST/OBP] An abbreviation of Power On Self Test/OpenBoot PROM. The hardware initial
diagnostics function for hardware that is executed when power is turned on.
[POWER-BD] A POWER board. The board for power supply distribution.
[PROM] An abbreviation of programmable ROM. PROM is ROM to which data can be written.
[PSU] An abbreviation of power supply unit.
[PSU-CAGE] A box which stores PSU.
R:
[RAS] An abbreviation of reliability, availability, and serviceability.
[RAS-DB] An XSCF firmware resource that implements the RAS function in XSCF.
[RCI] An abbreviation of Remote Cabinet Interface. The RCI is the power and system control
interface that connects units, including processors and expansion file units, and performs such
functions as power supply interlock and alarm notification and recognition.
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[RCI address] The address by which each device used by the RCI is recognized.
[RCI device or RCI I/O] A device connected by the RCI. The server, external power controller, disk
drive, and circuit switch are some of the devices connected by the RCI.
[RCI-Neuron] A chip that controls the RCI. Neuron.
[Read-only console] An OS console used for display only. On a terminal connected to the
SCF-LAN, starting telnet and specifying port number 8011 or 8013 establishes a connection.
8011 port can be used by up to two users per server. 8013 port can be used by only one user per
server (Used only as the remote console port). When you use the SSH function, specify port
number 8811 or 8812. Each SSH port can be used by only one user per server. Since the
Read-only console is independent of the console switching executed by the XSCF command, the
console display is available at all while the OS is running.
[REMCS] An abbreviation of REMote Customer Support System. This System use the REMCS
agent which is software we developed to use REMCS. This provides an advanced remote support
service by connecting the user's server with the REMCS center by the Internet. If an error will
occur, system send the error information which is needed to the REMCS center, immediately.
In addition, XSCF send the information to REMCS center even if system is down.
[RS-232C] An interface standard used to connect a PC to another PC or to a peripheral device for
the purpose of exchanging data. The standard, established by the Electronic Industries
Association (EIA) in the United States, is used by most PCs as the usual input and output serial
interface. The interface can be used to connect a PC to a printer, plotter, mouse, and similar
devices.
S:
[SB] An abbreviation of system board.
[SC] An abbreviation of system controller. The SC controls the coherency of the cache among
CPUs.
[SCF] An abbreviation of System Control Facility. The SCF is the system monitoring and control
facility. It is the same facility as XSCF.
[SCFC] A chip that can be programmed for the SCF function.
[SCF-FMEM] An FMEM for the SCF firmware.
[SCF-SDRAM] An SDRAM for the SCF firmware.
[SCSI-BP] A SCSI board.
[SDRAM] An abbreviation of synchronous DRAM.
[SLOT] See DIMM.
[SMTP] An abbreviation of Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. SMTP is a protocol for sending e-mail
on the Internet or an intranet. It is used to transmit mail between servers and to send mail from a
client to the server.
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[SNMP] An abbreviation of Simple Network Manager Protocol. SNMP is a protocol for network
management that enables the SNMP manager to centrally manage the operating status and fault
status of terminals on the network.
[SNMP trap] A trap issued by the SNMP manager.
[SSH] An abbreviation of secure shell. A high security remote shell mechanism that encrypts data
that will be transmitted on the Internet. All communication route can be encrypted by using SSH
when you use the function of shell, such as TELNET and rsh by remote operation, so you can
prevent packet tapping.
[SSL] An abbreviation of secure socket layer. A security mechanism that encrypts data that will be
transmitted on the Internet. Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer support SSL.
When a Web page ready for SSL is accessed, the key symbol in the browser is locked and a
warning message is displayed.
[Standard console] An OS console on which input and output are enabled. The OS console can
be used in both an SCF-LAN connection and a serial connection. On a terminal connected to the
SCF-LAN, starting telnet and specifying port number 23 establishes a connection. When SSH is
used, the port number is 22. The standard console can also be used by connecting a PC to the
serial port and turning on the server. Only one user per server can use the LAN port of the
standard console. On the Machine Administration Menu, you can select whether to use a
standard console via the serial port (tty-a) or the SCF-LAN port.
[System control bus] The bus used for communication between system components and for
monitoring of the environment.
T:
[TTY]
An abbreviation of teletypewriter. Generally a unit for displaying input and output
characters on the console or its virtual feature simulated by hardware or software.
[TTY-A] The serial port usually used for the standard console and XSCF shell.
[TTY-B] The serial port usually used for a serially-connected unit such as the external clock
device.
U:
[U2-Cache] The secondary cache of a CPU.
[U2P] An abbreviation of UPA to PCI. The LSI circuitry between the UPA bus and the PCI bus.
[UART] An abbreviation of universal asynchronous receiver transmitter. A UART is a
telecommunication circuit used for the serial port of a PC or similar device. It converts the parallel
signal sent from the PC to a serial signal and the serial signal sent from a peripheral device to a
parallel signal.
[UE] An abbreviation of uncorrectable error.
[UPA] An abbreviation of Ultra Port Architecture. UPA is the protocol specifications for connecting
the CPU, IO, memory, and other components. It is used as the interface between the CPU and SC,
U2P and the SC, and the SC and XB.
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[UPC] An abbreviation of uninterruptible power control.
uninterruptible power supply unit.
UPC is an interface port with an
[UPS] An abbreviation of uninterruptible power supply unit. An uninterruptible power supply unit
is connected for backup power control purposes in the event of a power outage. This equipment
or unit ensures the continuous supply of power, without service interruption (no interruptions of
communication), when the normal power equipment fails or a blackout occurs.
W:
[WEBDATA] An XSCF firmware resources that implements the XSCF Web function.
[WDT] An abbreviation of watchdog timer. The watchdog timer, built into the CPU, checks
whether the system operating status is normal. If it detects abnormal operation, it immediately
issues an interrupt to the CPU to notify it of the abnormal condition.
X:
[XB] An abbreviation of crossbar. XB is a data crossbar that connects the CPU and memory, U2P
and memory, and connects the CPU and U2P.
[XIR] An abbreviation of externally initiated reset. A XIR resets the server CPU.
[XSCF] An abbreviation of Extended System Control Facility. XSCF is a system monitor and
control facility. It is also referred to as the SCF.
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