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7025 F80 , AIX 4.3.3 3 Power Supplies. (one is optional) I have took off 1 power supply (the optional one). How can I tell my AIX, that 2 Power Supplies are ok :) ? Everythig work fine but I have this message after diag : >> >>A PROBLEM WAS DETECTED ON Mon 21 Jul 10:17:53 2003 >>801014 >> >>The Service Request Number(s)/Probable Cause(s) >>(causes are listed in descending order of probability): >> >> 651-890: The CEC or SPCN reported an error. Record the following >> reference and physical location codes, and refer to the >>System Service Guide for this ...

  1. #1

    Default Removing Power Supply

    7025 F80 , AIX 4.3.3
    3 Power Supplies. (one is optional)

    I have took off 1 power supply (the optional one).
    How can I tell my AIX, that 2 Power Supplies are ok :) ?

    Everythig work fine but I have this message after diag :
    >>
    >>A PROBLEM WAS DETECTED ON Mon 21 Jul 10:17:53 2003
    >>801014
    >>
    >>The Service Request Number(s)/Probable Cause(s)
    >>(causes are listed in descending order of probability):
    >>
    >> 651-890: The CEC or SPCN reported an error. Record the following
    >> reference and physical location codes, and refer to the
    >>System Service Guide for this system unit.
    >> Error log information:
    >> Sequence number: 1040
    >> Ref. Code: 10111534 FRU: 53P2830 V3
    >>
    >> 651-891: The CEC or SPCN reported an error. Record the following
    >> reference and physical location codes, and refer to the
    >>System Service Guide for this system unit.
    >> Error log information:
    >>
    >> Sequence number: 1039
    >> Ref. Code: 10113115 FRU: 24L1593 L1
    >>

    And
    >> Broadcast message from rootomega (tty) at 12:00:00 ...
    >>
    >> rc.powerfail:2::WARNING!!! The system is now operating with a power
    >> problem. This message will be walled every 12 hours. Remove this
    >> crontab entry after the problem is resolved.

    regards

    Jarek Carnecki

    Jarek Carnecki Guest

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    Default Re: Removing Power Supply

    diag -a

    should solve your problem....(follow instructions..)



    Uzytkownik "Jarek Carnecki" <jarcargazeta.pl> napisal w wiadomosci
    news:bfgo4q$dhs$1news2.ipartners.pl...
    > 7025 F80 , AIX 4.3.3
    > 3 Power Supplies. (one is optional)
    >
    > I have took off 1 power supply (the optional one).
    > How can I tell my AIX, that 2 Power Supplies are ok :) ?
    >
    > Everythig work fine but I have this message after diag :
    >
    > >>
    > >>A PROBLEM WAS DETECTED ON Mon 21 Jul 10:17:53 2003
    > >>801014
    > >>
    > >>The Service Request Number(s)/Probable Cause(s)
    > >>(causes are listed in descending order of probability):
    > >>
    > >> 651-890: The CEC or SPCN reported an error. Record the following
    > >> reference and physical location codes, and refer to the
    > >>System Service Guide for this system unit.
    > >> Error log information:
    > >> Sequence number: 1040
    > >> Ref. Code: 10111534 FRU: 53P2830 V3
    > >>
    > >> 651-891: The CEC or SPCN reported an error. Record the following
    > >> reference and physical location codes, and refer to the
    > >>System Service Guide for this system unit.
    > >> Error log information:
    > >>
    > >> Sequence number: 1039
    > >> Ref. Code: 10113115 FRU: 24L1593 L1
    > >>
    >
    >
    > And
    >
    > >> Broadcast message from rootomega (tty) at 12:00:00 ...
    > >>
    > >> rc.powerfail:2::WARNING!!! The system is now operating with a power
    > >> problem. This message will be walled every 12 hours. Remove this
    > >> crontab entry after the problem is resolved.
    >
    >
    > regards
    >
    > Jarek Carnecki
    >

    Yoyo Guest

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    Default Re: Removing Power Supply

    > >> rc.powerfail:2::WARNING!!! The system is now operating with a power
    > >> problem. This message will be walled every 12 hours. Remove this
    > >> crontab entry after the problem is resolved.
    being sure that no power problem exist remove the entry which genetares
    above warning from root crontab file...

    crontab -e




    Uzytkownik "Jarek Carnecki" <jarcargazeta.pl> napisal w wiadomosci
    news:bfgo4q$dhs$1news2.ipartners.pl...
    > 7025 F80 , AIX 4.3.3
    > 3 Power Supplies. (one is optional)
    >
    > I have took off 1 power supply (the optional one).
    > How can I tell my AIX, that 2 Power Supplies are ok :) ?
    >
    > Everythig work fine but I have this message after diag :
    >
    > >>
    > >>A PROBLEM WAS DETECTED ON Mon 21 Jul 10:17:53 2003
    > >>801014
    > >>
    > >>The Service Request Number(s)/Probable Cause(s)
    > >>(causes are listed in descending order of probability):
    > >>
    > >> 651-890: The CEC or SPCN reported an error. Record the following
    > >> reference and physical location codes, and refer to the
    > >>System Service Guide for this system unit.
    > >> Error log information:
    > >> Sequence number: 1040
    > >> Ref. Code: 10111534 FRU: 53P2830 V3
    > >>
    > >> 651-891: The CEC or SPCN reported an error. Record the following
    > >> reference and physical location codes, and refer to the
    > >>System Service Guide for this system unit.
    > >> Error log information:
    > >>
    > >> Sequence number: 1039
    > >> Ref. Code: 10113115 FRU: 24L1593 L1
    > >>
    >
    >
    > And
    >
    > >> Broadcast message from rootomega (tty) at 12:00:00 ...
    > >>
    > >> rc.powerfail:2::WARNING!!! The system is now operating with a power
    > >> problem. This message will be walled every 12 hours. Remove this
    > >> crontab entry after the problem is resolved.
    >
    >
    > regards
    >
    > Jarek Carnecki
    >

    Yoyo Guest

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