Error Log for 7026-B80

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Error Log for 7026-B80

Unread postby anysystem » Sat Jul 02, 2011 9:05 am

Error Log

00021000031156 1. 4880090A VPD error detected
FRUs To Replace: P1-C1
00021000031156 2. 40D00201 Chip identification test failed.
FRUs To Replace: P1

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Can you please clarify the problems..

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Re: Error Log for 7026-B80

Unread postby recondas » Sat Jul 02, 2011 11:45 am

Running the "FRUs to Replace: P1..." messages thru google turned up several pages of potentially related information.

I'd suggest starting with this document (because the linked pdf specifically mentions the B80, includes your error message, the person hosting the site knows his stuff).
http://ps-2.kev009.com:8081/rs6000/manu ... _Guide.PDF

Page 16 starts some reference info on the P1 and C1 location codes in your error message (P1 is the planar board, and P1-C1 is the CPU card plugged into P1). Looking in that manual turns up the following (on page 167) for the first firmware error code you listed "4880090A":

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Error Code: 4880090A

Description: System board VPD read fail.

Action/Possible Failing FRU:
1. Replace the system board.
2. Replace I/O board.


BTW - no need to start a new thread if all of your posts are a follow up on the same system and problem......
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Re: Error Log for 7026-B80

Unread postby tingo » Mon Jul 04, 2011 2:02 pm

The first thing I would do was to take out the CPU board and re-seat it.
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