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The three-digit LED-Codes

AIX knows the following LED code's

          0C0 - 0C9

          100 - 195

          200 - 2E7

          301 - 325

          42C - 43C

          500 - 5C6

          600 - 6C8

          700 - 7C6

          800 - 8CC

          900 - 99C

Specifically:0C0 - 0C9

0C0 - 0C9

 

Code     Description

0C0      A user-requested dump completed successfully0C1      An I/O error occurred during the dump

0C2      A user-requested dump is in progress

0C4      The dump ran out of space

0C5      The dump failed due to an internal error

0C7      Progress indicator. Remote dump in progress

0C8      The dump device is disabled. The current system configuration does not designate a device for the requested dump

0C9      A system-initiated dump has started. Partial dump completed. If the value does not change, then the dump did not complete due to an unexpected error

0CC      An error occurred dumping to the primary dump device, and we've switched over to the secondary dump device

100 - 195


100 - 195

 

Code     Description

100      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test completed successfully. Control was passed to IPL ROM

101      Progress indicator. Initial built-in self-test started following system reset

102      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started following power-on reset

103      Built-in self-test could not determine the system model number

104      Built-in self-test could not find the common on-chip processor bus address

105      Built-in self-test could not read from the on-chip sequencer EPROM

106      Built-in self-test detected a module failure

111      On-chip sequencer stopped; BIST detected a module error. Follow the steps for a flashing 888

112      Checkstop occurred during built-in self-test. The system attempted to save the failure data associated with the checkstop into NVRAM but was unsuccessful

113      The built-in self-test checkstop count equals 3. The checkstop count is initialized to 0 whenever the system is turned on. When a checkstop occurs, the checkstop count is increased and a system restart begins automatically. If the system restart is successful, the operating system records the checkstop in the system error log and resets the checkstop count to 0. If three consecutive checkstops occur without a system restart completing successfully, the system halts.

120      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started cyclic redundancy-check character (CRC) check on the 8752 EPROM

121      Built-in self-test detected a bad CRC on the on-chip sequencer EPROM

122      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started CRC check on the on-chip sequencer EPROM

123      Built-in self-test detected a bad CRC on the on-chip sequencer NVRAM

124      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started CRC check on the on-chip sequencer NVRAM

125      Built-in self-test detected a bad CRC on the time-of-day NVRAM

126      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started CRC check on the time-of-day NVRAM

127      Built-in self-test detected a bad CRC on the 8752 EPROM

130      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test presence test started

140      Built-in self-test was unsuccessful. The system halts

142      Built-in self-test was unsuccessful. The system halts

143      Invalid memory configuration

144      Built-in self-test was unsuccessful. The system halts

151      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started array-initialization program test code

152      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started direct-current logic self-test (DCLST) test code

153      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started alternating-current logic self-test (ACLST) test code

154      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started array self-test (AST) test code

160      The built-in self-test detected a missing Early Power-Off Warning (EPOW) connector

161      The Bump quick I/O tests failed

162      The JTAG tests failed. The system halts.

164      The built-in self-test encountered an error while reading low NVRAM. The system halts

165      The built-in self-test encountered an error while writing low NVRAM. The system halts.

166      The built-in self-test encountered an error while reading high NVRAM. The system halts

167      The built-in self-test encountered an error while writing high NVRAM. The system halts

168      The built-in self-test encountered an error while reading the serial input/output (SIO) register. The system halts

169      The built-in self-test encountered an error while writing the serial input/output (SIO) register. The system halts

180      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test checkstop logout in progress

182      The built-in self-test COP bus is not responding

185      Checkstop occurred during built-in self-test

186      System logic-generated checkstop (Model 250 only)

187      The built-in self-test was unable to identify the chip release level in the checkstop logout data. The system halts

195      Progress indicator. Built-in self-test checkstop logout completed. The system successfully saved checkstop failure data into NVRAM

200 - 2E7

200 - 2E7

 

Code     Description

200      The key mode switch is in the Secure position. It must be in the Normal position to load the operating system and in the Service position to load Diagnostics or AIX Install/Maintenance

201      Checkstop occurred during system restart. The system halts

202      Unexpected machine check interrupt

203      Unexpected data storage interrupt. The system halts

204      Unexpected instruction storage interrupt. The system halts

205      Unexpected external interrupt. The system halts

206      Unexpected alignment interrupt. The system halts

207      Unexpected program interrupt. The system halts

208      Machine check due to an L2 uncorrectable ECC. The system halts

209      Reserved. The system halts

20C      Error detected in L2 cache (when LED persists for 5 seconds)

210      Unexpected switched virtual circuit (SVC) 1000 interrupt. The system halts

211      IPL ROM CRC miscompare occurred during system restart. The system halts

212      RAM Power-on self-test found processor to be bad. The system halts

213      RAM Power-on self-test failed. Memory cannot be configured because the system could not detect any good memory. The system halts

214      An I/O planar failure has been detected. The power status register, the time-of-day clock, or NVRAM on the I/O planar has failed. The system halts

215      Progress indicator. The level of voltage supplied to the system is too low to continue a system restart

216      Progress indicator. The IPL ROM code is being uncompressed into memory for execution

217      Progress indicator. The system has encountered the end of the boot devices list

218      Progress indicator. RAM power-on self-test is testing for 1MB of good memory

219      Progress indicator. RAM power-on self-test bit map is being generated

21C      L2 cache not detected as part of systems configuration (when LED persists for 2 seconds)

220      Progress indicator. IPL control block is being initialized

221      NVRAM CRC miscompare occurred while loading the operating system with the key mode switch in Normal position. The system halts

222      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the standard I/O planar-attached devices specified in the NVRAM IPL devices list

223      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the SCSI-attached devices specified in the NVRAM boot devices list

224      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the 9333 High-Performance Disk Drive Subsystem devices specified in the NVRAM boot device list

225      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the bus-attached internal disk specified in the NVRAM boot devices list

226      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from Ethernet specified in the NVRAM boot devices list

227      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from Token-Ring specified in the NVRAM boot devices list

228      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart using the expansion code devices list, but cannot restart from any of the devices in the list

229      Progress indicator. Attempting Normal-mode system restart from devices in NVRAM boot devices list, but cannot restart from any of the devices in the list

22c      Progress indicator. Attempting a normal mode IPL from FDDI specified in NVRAM IPL device list

230      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from Family 2 Feature ROM specified in the IPL ROM default devices list

231      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from Ethernet specified by selection from ROM menus

232      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the standard I/O planar-attached devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list

233      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the SCSI-attached devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list

234      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the 9333 High-Performance Disk Drive Subsystem devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list

235      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the bus-attached internal disk specified in the IPL ROM default device list

236      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the Ethernet specified in the IPL ROM default devices list

237      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the Token-Ring specified in the IPL ROM default devices list

238      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the Token-Ring specified by selection from ROM menus

239      Progress indicator. A Normal-mode menu selection failed to boot. If the system continues to run, either the device specified in the menu selection list is not a valid boot device, or there is a problem with the device in the list

23c      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode IPL from FDDI specified in IPL ROM device list

240      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Family 2 Feature ROM specified in the NVRAM boot devices list

241      Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from devices specified in NVRAM boot list

242      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the standard I/O planar-attached devices specified in the NVRAM boot device list

243      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the SCSI-attached devices specified in NVRAM boot device list

244      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the 9333 High-Performance Disk Drive Subsystem devices specified in the NVRAM boot device list

245      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the bus-attached internal disk specified in the NVRAM boot device list

246      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Ethernet specified in the NVRAM boot devices list

247      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Token-Ring specified in the NVRAM boot devices list

248      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart using the expansion code specified in the NVRAM boot devices list. If the system continues to run, either the NVRAM device list is empty, the devices specified in the list are not valid boot devices, or there is a problem with one of the devices in the list.

249      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from devices in NVRAM boot devices list, but cannot restart from any of the devices in the list

24C      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode IPL from FDDI specified in NVRAM IPL device list

250      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Family 2 Feature ROM specified in the IPL ROM default devices list

251      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from Ethernet specified by selection from ROM menus

252      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the standard I/O planar-attached devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list

253      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the SCSI-attached devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list

254      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the 9333 High-Performance Subsystem devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list

255      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the bus-attached internal disk specified in the IPL ROM default device list

256      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Ethernet specified in the IPL ROM default devices list

257      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from Token-Ring specified in the IPL ROM default devices list

258      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Token-Ring specified by selection from ROM menus

259      Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode IPL from FDDI specified by the operator

25C      Progresss indicator. Attempting a Service-mode IPL from FDDI specified in IPL ROM device list

260      Progress indicator. Menus are being displayed on the local display or terminal connected to your system

261      The system waits for a response from an asynchronous terminal on serial port 1

262      The system waits for a response from an asynchronous keyboard on serial port 1

263      Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the Family 2 Feature ROM specified in the NVRAM boot devices list

269      Stalled state. Cannot boot system, end of boot list reached

270      Progress indicator. Ethernet/FDX 10 Mbps MC adapter power-on self-test is running

271      Progress indicator. Mouse and mouse port power-on self-test is running

272      Progress indicator. Tablet port power-on self-test is running

276      Progress indicator. A 10/100 Mbps Ethernet MC adapter power-on self-test is running

277      Progress indicator. Auto Token-Ring LAN streamer MC 32 adapter power-on self-test is running

278      Progress indicator. Video ROM scan power-on self-test is running

279      Progress indicator. FDDI power-on self-test is running

280      Progress indicator. 3Com Ethernet power-on self-test is running

281      Progress indicator. Keyboard power-on self-test is running

282      Progress indicator. Parallel port power-on self-test is running

283      Progress indicator. Serial port power-on self-test is running

284      Progress indicator. POWER Gt1 graphics adapter power-on self-test is running

285      Progress indicator. POWER Gt3 graphics adapter power-on self-test is running

286      Progress indicator. Token-Ring adapter power-on self-test is running

287      Progress indicator. Ethernet adapter power-on self-test is running

288      Progress indicator. Adapter card slots are being queried

289      Progress indicator. Gt0 POWER graphics adapter power-on self-test is running

290      Progress indicator. I/O planar test started

291      Progress indicator. Standard I/O planar power-on self-test is running

292      Progress indicator. Standard I/O planar power-on self-test is running

293      Progress indicator. Bus-attached internal disk power-on self-test is running

294      Progress indicator. TCW SIMM in slot J is bad. (IOCC POST is testing SIMMs.)

295      Progress indicator. Color Graphics Display power-on self-test is running

296      Progress indicator. Family 2 Feature ROM power-on self-test is running

297      System model number could not be determined. The system halts

298      Progress indicator. Attempting a warm system restart

299      Progress indicator. IPL ROM passed control to loaded code

2e6      Progress indicator. A PCI Ultra/Wide differential SCSI adapter is being configured

2e7      An undetermined PCI SCSI adapter is being configured

300 - 325

300 - 325

 

Code     Description

301      Irrecoverable error. Flash Utility ROM test failed or checkstop occurred. The system halts

302      Flash Utility ROM is prompting user to move the keyswitch to Service position to select an optional Flash update

303      Flash Utility ROM is prompting the user to press the Reset button to initiate an optional Flash update

304      Progress indicator. I/O planar test started

305      Progress indicator. Standard I/O planar power-on self-test is running

306      Progress indicator. Attempting to load Flash update code from the standard I/O planar-attached device

307      System model number could not be determined. The system halts

308      Progress indicator. TCW memory is bad

309      Progress indicator. The Flash Utility ROM passed control to a Flash update boot image

311      IPL ROM CRC miscompare occurred during system restart. The system halts

312      RAM power-on self-test found processor to be bad. The system halts

313      RAM power-on self-test failed. Memory cannot be configured because the system could not detect any good memory. The system halts

314      An I/O planar failure has been detected. The power status register, the time-of-day clock, or NVRAM on the I/O planar has failed. The system halts

315      Progress indicator. The level of voltage supplied to the system is too low to continue a system restart. The system monitors the voltage level. When the voltage is correct, the system continues with its system restart

318      Progress indicator. RAM power-on self-test is testing for 1MB of good memory

319      Progress indicator. RAM power-on self-test bit map is being generated

322      CRC of Flash image on diskette failed. No Flash update performed

323      Progress indicator. Current Flash image is being erased

324      CRC of new Flash image failed after update was performed (Flash image is corrupted)

325      Progress indicator. Flash update successful and complete

43C - 43C

42C - 43C

 

Code     Description

42C      Progress indicator. Waiting for Interactive Maintenance Analysis Procedures (IMAP) request. The diagnostic program is checking to see if a CE laptop computer is attached to perform IMAPS

43C      Progress indicator. Waiting for Interactive Maintenance Analysis Procedures (IMAP) connection

500 - 5C6

500 - 5C6

 

Code     Description

500      Progress indicator. Querying standard I/O slot

501      Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 1

502      Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 2

503      Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 3

504      Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 4

505      Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 5

506      Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 6

507      Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 7

508      Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 8

510      Progress indicator. Starting device configuration

511      Progress indicator. Device configuration completed

512      Progress indicator. Restoring device configuration files from media

513      Progress indicator. Restoring BOS installation files from media

516      Progress indicator. Contacting server during network boot

517      Progress indicator. The / (root) and /usr file systems are being mounted.

518      Remote mount of the / (root) and /usr file systems during network boot did not complete successfully

520      Progress indicator. Bos configuration is running. If the system hangs, check for nfs permissions on the server

521      The /etc/inittab file has been incorrectly modified or is damaged. The system halts

522      The /etc/inittab file has been incorrectly modified or is damaged. The system halts

523      The /etc/objrepos file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts

524      The /etc/objrepos/Config_Rules file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts

525      The /etc/objrepos/CuDv file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts

526      The /etc/objrepos/CuDvDr file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts

527      You cannot run Phase 1 at this point. The /sbin/rc.boot file has probably been incorrectly modified or is damaged. The system halts

528      The /etc/objrepos/Config_Rules file has been incorrectly modified or is damaged, or a program specified in the file is missing. The system halts

529      There is a problem with the device containing the ODM database or the root file system is full. The system halts

530      The savebase command was unable to save information about the base customized devices onto the boot device during Phase 1 of system boot. The system halts

531      The /usr/lib/objrepos/PdAt file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts

532      The configuration manager ran out of memory. This error halts the system.

533      The configuration manager could not find a configure method for a device. The /usr/lib/objrepos/PdDv file might be incorrectly modified or damaged, or a program specified in the file is missing.

534      The configuration manager is unable to lock the ODM database. This error halts the system

535      A HIPPI diagnostics interface driver being is configured

536      The configuration manager encountered more than one sequence rule specified in the same phase. The /etc/objrepos/Config_Rules file might be damaged. This error halts the system.

537      The configuration manager encountered an error when starting the program in the sequence rule. The /etc/objrepos/Config_Rules file might be damaged. This error halts the system.

538      Progress indicator. The configuration manager is passing control to a configuration method

539      Progress indicator. The configuration method has ended and control has returned to the configuration manager

540      Progress indicator. Configuring child of IEEE-1284 parallel port

544      Progress indicator. An ECP peripheral configure method is executing

545      Progress indicator. A parallel port ECP device driver is being configured

546      IPL cannot continue due to error in customized database

547      Rebooting after error recovery. (LED 546 precedes this LED)

548      Restbase failure

549      Console could not be configured for the "Copy a System Dump" menu

550      Progress indicator. ATM LAN emulation device driver is being configured

551      Progress indicator. A varyon operation of the root volume group is in progress

552      The system is unable to varyon the root volume group. This error halts the system

553      Phase 1 boot is completed and the init command started: The /etc/inittab file has been incorrectly modified or is damaged

554      The IPL device could not be opened or a read failed (hardware not configured or missing). The system halts

555      Using the fsck -fp /dev/hd4 command on the root file system failed with a nonzero return code. The system halts

556      LVM subroutine error from ipl_varyon. The system halts

557      The root file system could not be mounted

558      Not enough memory is available to continue system restart

559      Less than 2MB of good memory are left for loading the AIX kernel. The system halts

560      An unsupported monitor is attached to the display adapter

561      Progress indicator. The TMSSA device is being identified or configured

565      Progress indicator. Configuring the MWAVE subsystem

566      Progress indicator. Configuring Namkan twinax commo card (5250 emulation)

567      Progress indicator. Configuring High-Performance Parallel Interface (HIPPI) device driver (fpdev)

568      Configuring High-Performance Parallel Interface (HIPPI) device driver (fphip)

569      Progress indicator. FCS SCSI protocol device is being configured

570      Progress indicator. A SCSI protocol device is being configured

571      HIPPI common functions driver is being configured

572      HIPPI IPI-3 master-mode driver is being configured

573      HIPPI IPI-3 slave-mode driver is being configured

574      HIPPI IPI-3 user-level interface driver is being configured

575      A 9570 disk-array driver is being configured

576      Generic async device driver is being configured

577      Generic SCSI device driver is being configured

578      Generic commo device driver is being configured

579      Device driver is being configured for a generic device

580      Progress indicator. A HIPPI-LE interface (IP) layer is being configured

581      Progress indicator. TCP/IP is being configured

582      Progress indicator. Token-Ring data link control (DLC) is being configured

583      Progress indicator. Ethernet data link control (DLC) is being configured

584      Progress indicator. IEEE Ethernet (802.3) data link control (DLC) is being configured

585      Progress indicator. SDLC (MPQP) data link control (DLC) is being configured

586      Progress indicator. QLLC (X.25) data link control (DLC) is being configured

587      Progress indicator. NETBIOS is being configured

588      Progress indicator. Bisync read-write (BSCRW) is being configured

589      SCSI target mode device is being configured

590      Progress indicator. Diskless remote paging device is being configured

591      Progress indicator. Logical Volume Manager device driver is being configured

592      Progress indicator. An HFT device driver is being configured

593      Progress indicator. SNA device driver is being configured

594      Asynchronous I/O is being defined or configured

595      X.31 pseudo device is being configured

596      SNA DLC/LAPE pseudo device is being configured

597      Outboard communication server (OCS) is being configured

598      OCS hosts is being configured during system reboot

599      Progress indicator. FDDI data link control (DLC) is being configured

5c0      Progress indicator. Streams-based hardware drive being configured

5c1      Progress indicator. Streams-based X.25 protocol stack being configured

5c2      Progress indicator. Streams-based X.25 COMIO emulator driver being configured

5c3      Progress indicator. Streams-based X.25 TCP/IP interface driver being configured

5c4      Progress indicator. FCS adapter device driver being configured

5c5      Progress indicator. SCB network device driver for FCS is being configured

5c6      Progress indicator. AIX SNA channel being configured

600 - 6C8

600 - 6C8

 

Code     Description

600      Progress indicator. Starting network boot portion of /sbin/rc.boot

602      Configuring network parent devices

603      /usr/lib/methods/defsys, /usr/lib/methods/cfgsys, or /usr/lib/methods/cfgbus failed

604      Configuring physical network boot device

605      Configuration of physical network boot device failed

606      Running /usr/sbin/ifconfig on logical network boot device

607      /usr/sbin/ifconfig failed

608      Attempting to retrieve the client.info file with tftp. Note that a flashing 608 indicates multiple attempt(s) to retrieve the client_info file are occurring.

# 609    The /tftpboot/clienthostname.sbinfo file does not have read permission for other.

# The /tftpboot/clienthostname.sbinfo file does not exist.

# The IP Address entries in the /etc/bootptab file are incorrect.

# PCI-based systems cannot have leading zeros in any of the ipaddresses listed on the SMS Menu.

A correct example of the Client IPaddress would be: 9.19.145.165

An incorrect example of the Client IPaddress would be: 009.019.145.165

# You are booting a PCI-based system over the network from a server on the same subnet.

60c      Progress indicator. A 1.4GB IDE Disk Drive is being identified or configured

610      The /etc/exports file either does not have the correct permissions for the client to mount /usr or does not have any entry for /usr

611      The /etc/exports file either does not have the correct permissions for the client to mount /usr or does not have any entry for /usr

612      Accessing remote files; unconfiguring network boot device

614      Configuring local paging devices

615      Configuration of a local paging device failed

616      Converting from diskless to dataless configuration

617      Diskless to dataless configuration failed

618      Configuring remote (NFS) paging devices

619      Configuration of a remote (NFS) paging device failed

61C      Progress indicator. A 2.1GB IDE Disk Drive is being identified or configured

620      Updating special device files and ODM in permanent filesystem with data from boot RAM filesystem

622      Boot process configuring for operating system installation

625      Creating a directory for local NIM mount points

62C      Progress indicator. A 3.0GB IDE Disk Drive is being identified or configured

63C      Progress indicator. A IDE CD-ROM Drive is being identified or configured

650      Progress indicator. Configuring a supported IBM SCSI disk drive

658      Progress indicator. PCI Fibre Channel Disk Subsystem Controller being identified or configured

659      Progress indicator. 2102 Fibre Channel Disk Subsystem Controller Drawer being identified or configured

660      Progress indicator. 2102 Fibre Channel Disk Array being identified or configured

662      Progress indicator. Integrated Ultra2 SCSI Controller being identified or configured

663      Progress indicator. ARTIC960 RxD PCI Adapter is being identified or configured

664      Progress indicator. 32x (MAX) SCSI-2 CD-ROM drive is being identified or configured

666      The /usr filesystem has not been exported on the server with root permissions for the client

669      Progress indicator. PCI Gigabit Ethernet Adapter is being identified or configured

674      Progress indicator. ESCON Channel PCI Adapter is being identified or configured

677      Progress indicator. PCI Fiber Channel Arbitrated Loop Adapter is being identified or configured

678      Progress indicator. 12GB 4mm Tape Drive is being identified or configured

679      Progress indicator. 4.5GB SCSI Disk Drive is being identified or configured

680      Progress indicator. Micro-Channel Adapter (MCA) Graphics Adapter is being identified or configured

682      Progress indicator. 12X - 20X SCSI CD-ROM Drive is being identified or configured

683      Progress indicator. A 2105 Device is being identified or configured

684      Progress indicator. A 16-port RAN RS-422 for a 128-port adapter is being identified or configured

685      Progress indicator. A POWER GXT120P Graphics PCI Adapter is being identified or configured

686      Progress indicator. An 8-port PCI Asynchronous Adapter is being identified or congigured

687      Progress indicator. A 128-port PCI Asynchronous Adapter is being identified or configured

689      Progress indicator. A 4.5GB Ultra-SCSI SE Disk Drive is being identified or configured

690      Progress indicator. A 9.1GB Ultra-SCSI SE Disk Drive is being identified or configured

691      Progress indicator. A Turboways 25Mbps ATM PCI Adapter is being identified or configured

692      Progress indicator. A DLT-7000 Drive is being identified or configured.

693      Progress indicator. An ISDN PCI Basic Rate Adapter is being identified or configured

694      Progress indicator. An ISDN MCA Basic Rate Adapter is being identified or configured

695      Progress indicator. An X.25 PCI Coprocessor Adapter is being identified or configured

696      Progress indicator. A Single Mode 8MB PCI ATM Adapter is being identified or configured

697      Progress indicator. A Multi Mode 1MB PCI ATM Adapter is being identified or configured

698      Progress indicator. A UTP 1MB PCI ATM Adapter is being identified or configured

699      Progress indicator. A 10/100Mbs PCI Ethernet Adapter is being identified or configured

6C8      Progress indicator. A display device driver is being identified or configured

700 - 7C6

 

Code     Description

77C      Progress indicator. A 1.0 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive being identified or configured

700      Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 8-bit SCSI disk drive being identified or configured

701      Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

702      Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

703      Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB 8-bit SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

704      Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

705      Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

706      Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

707      Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

708      Progress indicator. An L2 cache is being identified or configured

710      Progress indicator. A POWER GXT150M graphics adapter is being identified and configured

711      Progress indicator. An unknown adapter is being identified or configured

712      Progress indicator. Graphic slot bus configuration is executing

713      The IBM ARTIC960 device is being configured

714      The configuration method for a video capture adapter is being run

715      The Ultimedia Services audio adapter is being configured

716      Progress indicator. System memory is being configured

717      The Ethernet High-Performance LAN adapter is being configured

718      Progress indicator. A GXT500/GXT500D display adapter is being configured

720      The configuration method for an unknown read/write optical drive type is being run

721      Progress indicator. An unknown disk or SCSI device is being identified or configured

722      Progress indicator. An unknown disk is being identified or configured

723      Progress indicator. An unknown CD-ROM or SCSI device driver is being identified or configured

724      Progress indicator. An unknown tape is being identified or configured

725      Progress indicator. An unknown display is being identified or configured

726      Progress indicator. An unknown input device is being identified or configured

727      Progress indicator. An asynchronous device is being identified or configured

728      Progress indicator. A parallel printer is being identified or configured

729      Progress indicator. An unknown parallel device is being identified or configured

730      Progress indicator. An unknown diskette drive type is being identified or configured

731      Progress indicator. A PTY is being identified or configured

732      An unknown SCSI initiator type is being configured

733      Progress indicator. A 7 GB tape drive is being identified or configured

734      Progress indicator. The multimedia SCSI CD-ROM is being identified or configured

735      Progress indicator. A 540 MB SCSI disk drive is being configured

736      Progress indicator. A PS/2 keyboard is being configured

741      Progress indicator. The 1080 MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

742      Progress indicator. A PCI Ethernet device driver is being identified or configured

743      Progress indicator. An IsoFDD adapter is being identified or configured

744      Progress indicator. A Power Management chip is being configured

745      Progress indicator. A 16 GB 4mm Tape Auto Loader is being configured

746      Progress indicator. A PCI Fast/Wide Single-Ended SCSI I/O adapter is being identified or configured

747      Progress indicator. A PCI Fast/Wide Differential SCSI I/O adapter is being identified or configured

748      Progress indicator. An MCA/CHRP systems keyboard/mouse adapter is being configured

749      Progress indicator. 7331 model 205 tape library is being configured

74C      Progress indicator. An ISA bus Token Ring adapter is being configured

750      Progress indicator. A PCI Auto LANstreamer Token Ring adapter is being configured

751      Progress indicator. A PCI RAID adapter is being configured

754      Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB FastWide SCSI SE disk drive is being configured

755      Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB Fast/Wide SCSI SE disk drive is being configured

756      Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB Fast/Wide SCSI SE disk drive is being configured

757      Progress indicator. A 13 GB 1/4 inch tape drive is being configured

758      Progress indicator. A 540 MB SCSI drive is being configured

759      Progress indicator. A 1080 MB SCSI disk is being configured

75C      Progress indicator. An ISA bus Ethernet adapter is being configured

760      Progress indicator. The SCSI adapter function of the LSA card is being configured

761      Progress indicator. The Ethernet adapter function of the LSA card is being configured

772      Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB Fast/Wide (F/W) SCSI SE disk drive is being identified or configured

773      Progress indicator. A 9.1 GB Fast/Wide (F/W) SCSI SE disk drive is being identified or configured

774      Progress indicator. A 9.1 GB SCSI Differential disk drive is being configured

775      Progress indicator. An MVP PCI power graphics adapter is being configured

776      Progress indicator. An MVP PCI power graphics adapter is being configured

777      Progress indicator. A 10/100 Mbps PCI Ethernet device driver is being identified or configured

779      Progress indicator. A 3D PCI graphics adapter is being configured

77C      Progress indicator. A 1 GB 16 bit SE SCSI disk drive is being configured

780      Progress indicator. An X.25 Interface co-processor adapter, ISA bus is being configured

781      Progress indicator. A 4-port multiprotocol communications controller, ISA bus is being configured

782      Progress indicator. A 1.2 GB hardfile is being configured

783      Progress indicator. A 4mm DDS-2 Tape Autoloader is being configured

784      Progress indicator. A 2160 MB SCSI disk drive is being configured

785      Progress indicator. An ISA 8-port EIA 232/RS 422 adapter is being configured

786      Progress indicator. A GXT250P/GXT255P graphic adapter is being configured

787      Progress indicator. A GXT500P/GXT550P graphics adapter is being configured

788      Progress indicator. An Ultimedia video capture adapter is being configured

789      Progress indicator. A 2.6 GB external optical drive is being configured

790      Progress indicator. A multi-bus integrated Ethernet adapter is being configured

791      Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured

792      Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured

793      Progress indicator. A 9.1 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured

794      Progress indicator. A 10/100 Mbps Ethernet PX MCA device driver is being identified or configured

795      Progress indicator. A SysKonnect PCI FDDI adapter is being configured

796      Progress indicator. A SysKonnect MCA FDDI adapter is being configured

797      Progress indicator. A Turboways 155 UTP ATM adapter is being configured

798      Progress indicator. A Turboways 155 MPEG ATM adapter is being configured

799      Progress indicator. A 2-port WAN adapter is being configured

7C1      Progress indicator. A business audio subsystem is being configured

7C2      Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB SCSI-2 disk drive is being configured

7C4      Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB SCSI-2 disk drive is being configured

7C6      Progress indicator. A 4.4 GB SCSI-2 disk drive is being configured

800 - 8CC


 

Code     Description

800      Progress indicator. A Turboways 155 ATM adapter is being configured

803      Progress indicator. The 7336 Tape Library robotics is being configured

804      Progress indicator. An 8X CD ROM drive is being configured

806      Progress indicator. A GXT800 graphics adapter is being configured

807      Progress indicator. A SCSI enclosure is being configured

808      Progress indicator. System Interface Full (SIF) configuration

80C      Progress indicator. The SSA adapter is being identified or configured

811      Progress indicator. Processor complex is being identified or configured, or standard input/output being configured

812      Progress indicator. System memory is being identified or configured

813      Progress indicator. Battery for time-of-day and NVRAM or system I/O control logic is being identified or configured

814      Progress indicator. NVRAM is being identified or configured

815      Progress indicator. Floating-point processor is being identified or configured

816      Progress indicator. Operator-panel logic is being identified or configured

817      Progress indicator. Time-of-day logic is being identified or configured

819      Progress indicator. Graphics input device adapter is being identified or configured

81C      Progress indicator. The Power Suite graphics adapter is being identified or configured

820      Interprocessor related testing

821      Progress indicator. Standard keyboard adapter is being identified or configured

823      Progress indicator. Standard mouse adapter is being identified or configured

824      Progress indicator. Standard tablet adapter is being identified or configured

825      Progress indicator. Standard speaker adapter is being identified or configured

826      Progress indicator. Serial port 1 adapter is being identified or configured

827      Progress indicator. Parallel port adapter is being identified or configured

828      Progress indicator. Standard diskette adapter is being identified or configured

829      Progress indicator. Multimode fiber 1 MB PCI ATM adapter is being configured

82C      Progress indicator. The Power Wave graphics adapter is being identified or configured

830      Progress indicator. 8-port asynch adapter, EIA-232, ISA bus is being configured

831      Progress indicator. Serial port 2 is being identified or configured

834      Progress indicator. 64-port asynchronous controller is being identified or configured

835      Progress indicator. 16-port asynchronous concentrator is being identified or configured

836      Progress indicator. 128-port asynchronous controller is being identified or configured

837      Progress indicator. 16-port remote async node is being identified or configured

838      Progress indicator. Network Terminal Accelerator adapter is being identified or configured

839      Progress indicator. 7318 Serial Communications Server being configured

83C      Progress indicator. SP2 high performance switch (HPS) adapter is being identified or configured in the SP2 node

840      Progress indicator. A PCI Ultra/Wide SCSI adapter is being configured

841      Progress indicator. 8-port asynchronous adapter (EIA-232) is being identified or configured

842      Progress indicator. 8-port asynchronous adapter (EIA-422A) is being identified or configured

843      Progress indicator. 8-port asynchronous adapter (MIL-STD) is being identified or configured

844      Progress indicator. The 7135 RADian Array disk drive subsystem controller is being identified or configured

845      Progress indicator. The 7135 RADian Array disk drive subsystem drawer being identified or configured

846      Progress indicator. A RADiant Array SCSI 1.3 GB disk drive is being configured

847      Progress indicator. 16-port asynchronous adapter (EIA-232) is being identified or configured

848      Progress indicator. 16-port asynchronous adapter (EIA-422) is being identified or configured

849      Progress indicator. X.25 communications adapter is being identified or configured

850      Progress indicator. Token-Ring network adapter is being identified or configured

851      T1/J1 Portmaster adapter is being identified or configured

852      Progress indicator. Ethernet adapter is being identified or configured

853      Progress indicator. A SCSI D I/O controller is being identified or configured

854      Progress indicator. 3270 connection is being identified or configured

855      Progress indicator. 4-port multiprotocol adapter is being identified or configured

856      Progress indicator. A POWER RADian device driver is being configured

857      Progress indicator. F-serial link adapter (FSLA) is being identified or configured

858      Progress indicator. 5085/86/88 adapter is being identified or configured

859      Progress indicator. FDDI adapter is being identified or configured

85C      Progress indicator. Token-Ring High-Performance LAN adapter is being identified or configured

860      Progress indicator. A twin tail adapter being identified or configured

861      Progress indicator. Serial optical channel converter is being identified or configured

862      Progress indicator. 370 Parallel Channel adapter is being identified or configured

863      Progress indicator. A MAP adapter is being configured

864      Progress indicator. A serial channel adapter is being identified or configured

865      Progress indicator. ESCON channel adapter is being identified or configured

866      Progress indicator. SCSI adapter is being identified or configured

867      Progress indicator. Asynchronous expansion adapter is being identified or configured

868      Progress indicator. Integrated SCSI adapter is being identified or configured

869      Progress indicator. SCSI adapter is being identified or configured

870      Progress indicator. Serial disk adapter is being identified or configured

871      Progress indicator. Graphics subsystem adapter is being identified or configured

872      Progress indicator. Grayscale graphics adapter is being identified or configured

873      Progress indicator. A graphics display adapter is being identified or configured

874      Progress indicator. Color graphics adapter is being identified or configured

875      Vendor generic communication adapter being configured

876      Progress indicator. 8-bit color graphics processor is being identified or configured

877      Progress indicator. The POWER Gt3 or POWER Gt4 graphics adapter is being identified or configured

878      Progress indicator. The POWER Gt4 graphics process card is being identified or configured

880      Progress indicator. The POWER Gt1 graphics adapter is being identified or configured

881      Channel attached printer adapter

882      Serial attached printer adapter

883      Japan SCSI-2 disk drive support

884      3117 scanner adapter

885      3118 scanner adapter

886      3119 scanner adapter

887      Progress indicator. Integrated Ethernet adapter is being identified or configured

888      Unexpected system halt (=> 1.)

889      Progress indicator. SCSI adapter is being identified or configured

890      Progress indicator. The SCSI-2 Fast/Wide Adapter/A or SCSI-2 Differential Fast/Wide Adapter/A is being identified or configured

891      Progress indicator. Vendor SCSI adapter is being identified or configured

892      Progress indicator. Vendor display adapter is being identified or configured

893      Progress indicator. Vendor LAN adapter is being identified or configured

894      Progress indicator. Vendor async/communications adapter is being identified or configured

895      Progress indicator. Vendor IEEE 488 adapter is being identified or configured

896      Progress indicator. Vendor VME bus adapter is being identified, or configured

897      Progress indicator. The System/370 Channel Emulator/A adapter is being identified or configured

898      Progress indicator. The POWER Gt1x graphics adapter is being identified or configured

899      Progress indicator. 3490E Tape Drive, Models C11 and C22, is being identified or configured

89C      Progress indicator. A multimedia SCSI CD-ROM is being identified or configured

8C0      Progress indicator. Coral chip IDE ports are being configured

8C2      Progress indicator. An IDE CD ROM XA 2x is being configured

8C3      Progress indicator. A 270 MB IDE disk drive is being configured

8C4      Progress indicator. A 360 MB IDE disk drive is being configured

8C5      Progress indicator. A 540 MB IDE disk drive being configured

8C6      Progress indicator. A 720 MB IDE disk drive is being configured

8C7      Progress indicator. A 1 GB IDE disk drive is being configured

8CC      Progress indicator. A WDC AC1270OF 270 MB IDE disk drive is being configured

900 - 99C


900 - 99C

 

Code     Description

900      Progress indicator. A POWER GXT110P graphics adapter is being configured

901      Progress indicator. Vendor SCSI device is being identified or configured

902      Progress indicator. Vendor display is being identified or configured

903      Progress indicator. Vendor asynchronous device is being identified or configured

904      Progress indicator. Vendor parallel device is being identified or configured

905      Progress indicator. Vendor device is being identified or configured

906      Progress indicator. An IBM Premier Speech Recognition adapter I being configured

907      Progress indicator. An IBM Premier Speech Recognitions adapter II being configured

908      Progress indicator. A POWER GXT1000 graphics adapter subsystem is being identified or configured

909      Progress indicator. A SCSI-2 Disk Drive LAN SCSI/adapter (LSA) is being configured

90C      Progress indicator. A DALA-3420 420 MB IDE disk is being configured

910      Progress indicator. A 1/4 GB Fibre Channel/266 Standard adapter is being identified or configured

911      Progress indicator. A Fibre Channel/1063 adapter short wave is being configured

912      Progress indicator. 2GB SCSI differential disk drive is being identified or configured

913      Progress indicator. 1GB SCSI differential disk drive is being identified or configured

914      Progress indicator. 56-bit 8-mm differential-ended tape drive is being identified or configured

915      Progress indicator. 4GB 4-mm tape drive is being identified or configured

916      Progress indicator. Vendor tape adapter (non-SCSI tape adapter) is being identified or configured

917      Progress indicator. 2.0GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

918      Progress indicator. 2GB 16-bit single-ended SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

919      Progress indicator. A multimedia audio adapter is being identified or configured

91C      Progress indicator. A 4mm 2 GB tape drive is being configured

920      Progress indicator. Bridge box is being identified or configured

921      Progress indicator. 101-key keyboard is being identified or configured

922      Progress indicator. 102-key keyboard is being identified or configured

923      Progress indicator. Kanji keyboard is being identified or configured

924      Progress indicator. Two-button mouse is being identified or configured

925      Progress indicator. Three-button mouse is being identified or configured

926      Progress indicator. Tablet 5083 Model 21 is being identified or configured

927      Progress indicator. Tablet 5083 Model 22 is being identified or configured

928      Progress indicator. Standard speaker is being identified or configured

929      Progress indicator. Dials are being identified or configured

92C      Progress indicator. A DALA-3540 540 MB IDE disk is being configured

930      Progress indicator. Lighted programmable function keyboard (LPFK) is being identified or configured

931      Progress indicator. Internet Protocol router is being identified or configured

932      Progress indicator. An Internet Protocol (IP) router is being identified or configured

933      Progress indicator. Asynchronous planar is being identified or configured

934      Progress indicator. Asynchronous expansion drawer is being identified or configured

935      Progress indicator. 3.5-inch diskette drive is being identified or configured

936      Progress indicator. 5.25-inch diskette drive is being identified or configured

937      An HIPPI adapter is being configured

93C      Progress indicator. A DPEA-30540 540 MB IDE disk is being configured

941      Progress indicator. A 6180 plotter is being identified or configured

942      Progress indicator. POWER GXT graphics adapter is being identified or configured

943      Progress indicator. 3480 and 3490 control units attached to a System/370 Channel Emulator/A adapter are being identified or configured

944      Progress indicator. A 100 MB ATM adapter is being configured

945      Progress indicator. 1GB16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being configured

946      Serial port 3 adapter is being identified or configured

947      Progress indicator. A 730MB SCSI disk drive is being configured

948      Progress indicator. Portable disk drive is being identified or configured

949      Progress indicator. Unknown direct bus-attached disk drive is being identified or configured

94C      Progress indicator. A WDC AC2540H 540 MB IDE disk is being configured

950      Progress indicator. Unknown SCSI options are being identified or configured

951      Progress indicator. 670MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

952      Progress indicator. 355MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

953      Progress indicator. 320MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

954      Progress indicator. 400MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

955      Progress indicator. 857MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

956      Progress indicator. 670MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

957      Progress indicator. Bus-attached disk drive is being identified or configured

958      Progress indicator. 160MB (bus-attached) disk drive is being identified or configured

959      Progress indicator. 160MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

95C      Progress indicator. A WDC AC2700H 730 MB IDE disk is being configured

960      Progress indicator. A 1.37GB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

961      Progress indicator. A 2-port serial adapter is being configured

962      Progress indicator. An Ethernet adapter is being configured

964      Progress indicator. A 20 GB 8mm tape drive is being configured

965      Progress indicator. A token-ring adapter is being configured

966      Progress indicator. A digital to analog video decoder adapter is being configured

967      Progress indicator. An Xpoint Ethernet adapter is being configured

968      Progress indicator. 1GB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

96C      Progress indicator. A DPEA-30810 810 MB IDE disk is being configured

970      Progress indicator. 0.5-inch 9-track tape drive is being identified or configured

971      Progress indicator. 150MB 0.25-inch tape drive is being identified or configured

972      Progress indicator. 8-mm SCSI tape drive is being identified or configured

973      Progress indicator. Unknown SCSI tape drive is being identified or configured

974      Progress indicator. CD-ROM drive is being identified or configured

975      Progress indicator. An optical disk drive is being identified or configured

976      Progress indicator. An RS/6000 SCSI I/O control initiator is being configured

977      Progress indicator. An audio capture and playback adapter is being identified or configured

978      Progress indicator. An IEEE 4888 adapter is being identified or configured

979      Progress indicator. A 7246 SBS Frame Buffer adapter is being configured

97C      Progress indicator. A DPEA-301080 1080 MB IDE disk drive is being configured

980      Progress indicator. A TBO-IBM switching network interface adapter is being configured

981      Progress indicator. 540MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

982      Progress indicator. A graphics visualization server adapter is being configured

983      Progress indicator. An XGA graphics adapter is being identified or configured

984      Progress indicator. A 1 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured

985      Progress indicator. An M-video capture adapter is being identified or configured

986      Progress indicator. 1.2GB SCSI disk drive (in 2.4GB disk unit) is being identified or configured

987      Progress indicator. Enhanced SCSI CD-ROM drive is being identified or configured

988      Progress indicator. A FDDI adapter is being configured

989      Progress indicator. 200MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

98C      Progress indicator. A WDC AC31000H 2083 IDE disk drive is being identifed or configured

990      Progress indicator. 2.0GB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured

991      525MB 1/4-inch cartridge tape drive is being identified or configured

992      Progress indicator. A 4755 Crytographic adapter is being configured

993      Progress indicator. A Raven file server product is being configured

994      Progress indicator. 8-mm tape drive is being identified or configured

995      Progress indicator. 1/2-inch 1.2GB tape drive is being identified or configured

996      Progress indicator. Single-port, multi-protocol communications adapter is being identified or configured

997      Progress indicator. Twisted-pair FDDI adapter is being identified or configured

998      Progress indicator. A 4-mm tape drive is being identified or configured

999      Progress indicator. A 7137 or 3514 Disk Array Subsystem is being configured

99C      Progress indicator. A 2 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured

Bootcodes LPARs

Code     Description

D200A100 Received MSD SP™ attention

D200A110 Received CPM SP attention

D200A120 Received LL SP attention

D200A130 Received RPA end-of-life event

D200A200 Begin partition power down. SRC word 3 contains the reason for the power off.

 

SRC word 3 power down reasons

 

    * 1: White button power down (also known as delayed power off)

    * 2: Partition requested power down

    * 3: Partition requested end of life

    * 4: System wide shutdown

    * 5: Attention link loader

    * 6: Attention MSD

    * 7: Panel function 3 requested

    * 8: Panel function 8 requested

    * 9: Panel function 22 requested

    * A: Panel function 34 requested

 

D200B050 Begin transfer slot locks to VSP

D200B05F End transfer slot locks to VSP

D200B060 Begin transfer VIO slot locks to VSP

D200B06F End transfer VIO slot locks to VSP

D200B070 Begin reset slots

D200B077 Waiting for reset slots

D200B07F End reset slots

D200B080 Begin reset VIO slots

D200B08F End reset VIO slots

D200B090 Begin soft POR slots

D200B097 Waiting soft POR slots

D200B09F End soft POR slots

D200B100 Sending Hypervisor™ reset

D200B1FF Hypervisor reset successfully sent

D200B200 Begin forced LP reset (after the 1 second timeout)

D200B210 Send CSP/FSP soft processor reset command (word 3 processor ID, word 4 thread ID)

D200B2FF End forced LP reset

D200B300 Closing Hypervisor events paths

D200B310 Deactivating panel functions

D200B3FF Hypervisor reset complete successfully

D200C100 Sending Hypervisor I/O reset

D200C1FF Hypervisor I/O reset sent successfully

D200C200 Deallocating events

D200C2FF Hypervisor I/O reset complete successfully

D200D100 Removing partition configuration resources

D200D1FF Partition resources removed successfully

D200E050 Begin power off slots

D200E057 Waiting power off slots

D200E05F End power off slots

D200E060 Begin power off VIO slots

D200E06F End power off VIO slots

D200E080 Begin release slot locks

D200E08F End release slot locks

D200E090 Begin release VIO slot locks

D200E09F End release VIO slot locks

D200E0A0 Begin unassociate of system ports

D200E0A8 Unassociate system ports from an RPA partition

D200E0AF End unassociate of system ports

D200E100 Power off SPCN racks

D200E110 Issuing a rack power off command

D200E120 Rack power off command complete successfully

D200E1FF SPCN racks powered off phase complete 

   
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