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System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)


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System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)

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Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Safety notices” on page xiii, “Notices”
on page 1415, the IBM Systems Safety Notices manual, G229-9054, and the IBM Environmental Notices and User Guide,
Z125–5823.
This edition applies to IBM Power Systems™ servers that contain the POWER7 processor and to all associated
models.
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Contents
Safety notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xiii
System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx) overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Block replacement of FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
(1000) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
(1100) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
(1402) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
(169C) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
(1750) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
(198B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
(198C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
(198D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
(198E) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
(19A1) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
(19A3) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
(19A4) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
(19B0) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
(19B1) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
(19B3) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
(19B4) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
(19B5) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
(19B7) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
(2058) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
(2105) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
(2107) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
(2145) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 iii
(266D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
(266E) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
(266F) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
(2689) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191
(2742) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
(2743) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
(2744) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201
(2745) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
(2746) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
(2749) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207
(2757) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219
(2760) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227
(2763) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229
(2765) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237
(2766) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 239
(2767) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241
(2768) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253
(2771) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265
(2772) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267
(2780) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269
(2782) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 277
(2787) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285
(2793) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 287
(2805) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 289
(280D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 291
(280E) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 293
(2838) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 295
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(283C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 297
(283D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 299
(2842) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 301
(2843) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 313
(2844) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 325
(2847) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 337
(2849) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 341
(284B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 343
(2875) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 355
(2876) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 357
(2890) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 359
(2892) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 365
(28A6) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 373
(28A8) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 375
(28B9) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 377
(28CB) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 379
(28CC) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 381
(293C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383
(293D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 385
(297D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 387
(2A39) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 389
(2B4C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 391
(2B56) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 407
(2B57) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 409
(2B6C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411
(2B74) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 413
(2B93) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 415
Contents v
(2B9B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 419
(2BBE) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 423
(2BD6) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 425
(2BD8) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 427
(2BD9) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 429
(2BE0) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 445
(2BE1) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 461
(2BF3) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 477
(2BF4) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 479
(2C4C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 481
(2C4D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 483
(3494) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 485
(3580) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 487
(3592) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 493
(4320) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 499
(4322) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503
(4323) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 507
(4325) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 511
(4326) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 515
(4327) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 519
(4328) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 523
(4329) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 527
(433B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 531
(433C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535
(433D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 539
(4685) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 543
(4758) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 549
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(4764) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 551
(4765) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 553
(4812) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 555
(506D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 559
(506E) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 561
(509A) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 563
(509D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 565
(50A4) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 567
(50AD) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 569
(50B1) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 571
(5619) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 573
(5638) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 579
(5675) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585
(5700) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 591
(5701) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 593
(5702) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 595
(5703) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 607
(5704) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 615
(5706) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 617
(5707) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 619
(5708) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 621
(5709) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 625
(570B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633
(571A) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 645
(571B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 655
(571E) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 665
(571F) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 675
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(572A) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 685
(572B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 701
(572C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 717
(572F) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 733
(573A) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 749
(573B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 751
(573C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 753
(573D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 755
(573E) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 765
(5746) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 775
(574E) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 781
(574F) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 797
(5755) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 801
(575B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 807
(575C) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 811
(5767) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 815
(5768) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817
(576A) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 819
(576B) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 821
(576C) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 825
(576D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 827
(576E) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 829
(576F) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 831
(5774) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 833
(577D) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 837
(57B1) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 841
(57B2) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 857
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(57B3) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 873
(57B4) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 889
(57B5) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 905
(57B7) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 921
(57B8) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 925
(57BB) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 941
(57C3) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 957
(57C4) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 975
(57C6) Reference codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 991
(57C7) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1007
(57CB) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1023
(57CC) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1039
(57CD) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1055
(57CE) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1071
(57CF) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1087
(57D3) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1103
(57D4) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1105
(57FC) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1107
(57FE) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1111
(57FF) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1113
(58B0) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1123
(58B2) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1127
(58B3) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1131
(58B4) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1135
(58B5) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1139
(58B6) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1143
(58B8) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1147
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(58B9) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1151
(58BB) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1155
(5907) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1159
(59C0) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1165
(59C2) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1169
(59C8) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1173
(59C9) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1177
(59CC) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1181
(59CD) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1185
(59E1) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1189
(59E5) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1193
(59E6) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1197
(59EA) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1201
(59F6) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1205
(59F7) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1209
(6258) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1213
(6279) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1219
(6320) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1225
(6321) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1229
(632B) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1233
(632C) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1235
(6330) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1237
(6331) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1241
(6333) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1245
(6336) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1249
(6337) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1253
(6382) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1257
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(6383) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1263
(6384) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1269
(6386) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1275
(6387) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1281
(63A0) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1287
(63A1) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1293
(63B8) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1299
(63BC) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1301
(6607) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1303
(6713) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1307
(6714) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1311
(6717) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1315
(6718) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1319
(6719) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1323
(6A59) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1327
(6B22) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1329
(6B23) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1331
(6B25) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1333
(7207) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1335
(A1xx) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1341
(A2xx) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1343
(A6xx) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1345
(A7xx) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1407
(AAxx) Reference codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1413
Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1415
Trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1416
Electronic emission notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1416
Class A Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1417
Class B Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1420
Terms and conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1423
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Safety notices
Safety notices may be printed throughout this guide:
v DANGER notices call attention to a situation that is potentially lethal or extremely hazardous to
people.
v CAUTION notices call attention to a situation that is potentially hazardous to people because of some
existing condition.
v Attention notices call attention to the possibility of damage to a program, device, system, or data.
World Trade safety information
Several countries require the safety information contained in product publications to be presented in their
national languages. If this requirement applies to your country, safety information documentation is
included in the publications package (such as in printed documentation, on DVD, or as part of the
product) shipped with the product. The documentation contains the safety information in your national
language with references to the U.S. English source. Before using a U.S. English publication to install,
operate, or service this product, you must first become familiar with the related safety information
documentation. You should also refer to the safety information documentation any time you do not
clearly understand any safety information in the U.S. English publications.
Replacement or additional copies of safety information documentation can be obtained by calling the IBM
Hotline at 1-800-300-8751.
German safety information
Das Produkt ist nicht für den Einsatz an Bildschirmarbeitsplätzen im Sinne § 2 der
Bildschirmarbeitsverordnung geeignet.
Laser safety information
IBM® servers can use I/O cards or features that are fiber-optic based and that utilize lasers or LEDs.
Laser compliance
IBM servers may be installed inside or outside of an IT equipment rack.
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DANGER
When working on or around the system, observe the following precautions:
Electrical voltage and current from power, telephone, and communication cables are hazardous. To
avoid a shock hazard:
v Connect power to this unit only with the IBM provided power cord. Do not use the IBM
provided power cord for any other product.
v Do not open or service any power supply assembly.
v Do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform installation, maintenance, or reconfiguration
of this product during an electrical storm.
v The product might be equipped with multiple power cords. To remove all hazardous voltages,
disconnect all power cords.
v Connect all power cords to a properly wired and grounded electrical outlet. Ensure that the outlet
supplies proper voltage and phase rotation according to the system rating plate.
v Connect any equipment that will be attached to this product to properly wired outlets.
v When possible, use one hand only to connect or disconnect signal cables.
v Never turn on any equipment when there is evidence of fire, water, or structural damage.
v Disconnect the attached power cords, telecommunications systems, networks, and modems before
you open the device covers, unless instructed otherwise in the installation and configuration
procedures.
v Connect and disconnect cables as described in the following procedures when installing, moving,
or opening covers on this product or attached devices.
To Disconnect:
1. Turn off everything (unless instructed otherwise).
2. Remove the power cords from the outlets.
3. Remove the signal cables from the connectors.
4. Remove all cables from the devices.
To Connect:
1. Turn off everything (unless instructed otherwise).
2. Attach all cables to the devices.
3. Attach the signal cables to the connectors.
4. Attach the power cords to the outlets.
5. Turn on the devices.
(D005)
DANGER
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Observe the following precautions when working on or around your IT rack system:
v Heavy equipment–personal injury or equipment damage might result if mishandled.
v Always lower the leveling pads on the rack cabinet.
v Always install stabilizer brackets on the rack cabinet.
v To avoid hazardous conditions due to uneven mechanical loading, always install the heaviest
devices in the bottom of the rack cabinet. Always install servers and optional devices starting
from the bottom of the rack cabinet.
v Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. Do not place objects on top
of rack-mounted devices.
v Each rack cabinet might have more than one power cord. Be sure to disconnect all power cords in
the rack cabinet when directed to disconnect power during servicing.
v Connect all devices installed in a rack cabinet to power devices installed in the same rack
cabinet. Do not plug a power cord from a device installed in one rack cabinet into a power
device installed in a different rack cabinet.
v An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage on the metal parts of
the system or the devices that attach to the system. It is the responsibility of the customer to
ensure that the outlet is correctly wired and grounded to prevent an electrical shock.
CAUTION
v Do not install a unit in a rack where the internal rack ambient temperatures will exceed the
manufacturer's recommended ambient temperature for all your rack-mounted devices.
v Do not install a unit in a rack where the air flow is compromised. Ensure that air flow is not
blocked or reduced on any side, front, or back of a unit used for air flow through the unit.
v Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit so that
overloading of the circuits does not compromise the supply wiring or overcurrent protection. To
provide the correct power connection to a rack, refer to the rating labels located on the
equipment in the rack to determine the total power requirement of the supply circuit.
v (For sliding drawers.) Do not pull out or install any drawer or feature if the rack stabilizer brackets
are not attached to the rack. Do not pull out more than one drawer at a time. The rack might
become unstable if you pull out more than one drawer at a time.
v (For fixed drawers.) This drawer is a fixed drawer and must not be moved for servicing unless
specified by the manufacturer. Attempting to move the drawer partially or completely out of the
rack might cause the rack to become unstable or cause the drawer to fall out of the rack.
(R001)
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CAUTION:
Removing components from the upper positions in the rack cabinet improves rack stability during
relocation. Follow these general guidelines whenever you relocate a populated rack cabinet within a
room or building:
v Reduce the weight of the rack cabinet by removing equipment starting at the top of the rack
cabinet. When possible, restore the rack cabinet to the configuration of the rack cabinet as you
received it. If this configuration is not known, you must observe the following precautions:
– Remove all devices in the 32U position and above.
– Ensure that the heaviest devices are installed in the bottom of the rack cabinet.
– Ensure that there are no empty U-levels between devices installed in the rack cabinet below the
32U level.
v If the rack cabinet you are relocating is part of a suite of rack cabinets, detach the rack cabinet from
the suite.
v Inspect the route that you plan to take to eliminate potential hazards.
v Verify that the route that you choose can support the weight of the loaded rack cabinet. Refer to the
documentation that comes with your rack cabinet for the weight of a loaded rack cabinet.
v Verify that all door openings are at least 760 x 230 mm (30 x 80 in.).
v Ensure that all devices, shelves, drawers, doors, and cables are secure.
v Ensure that the four leveling pads are raised to their highest position.
v Ensure that there is no stabilizer bracket installed on the rack cabinet during movement.
v Do not use a ramp inclined at more than 10 degrees.
v When the rack cabinet is in the new location, complete the following steps:
– Lower the four leveling pads.
– Install stabilizer brackets on the rack cabinet.
– If you removed any devices from the rack cabinet, repopulate the rack cabinet from the lowest
position to the highest position.
v If a long-distance relocation is required, restore the rack cabinet to the configuration of the rack
cabinet as you received it. Pack the rack cabinet in the original packaging material, or equivalent.
Also lower the leveling pads to raise the casters off of the pallet and bolt the rack cabinet to the
pallet.
(R002)
(L001)
(L002)
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(L003)
or
All lasers are certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR Subchapter J for class
1 laser products. Outside the U.S., they are certified to be in compliance with IEC 60825 as a class 1 laser
product. Consult the label on each part for laser certification numbers and approval information.
CAUTION:
This product might contain one or more of the following devices: CD-ROM drive, DVD-ROM drive,
DVD-RAM drive, or laser module, which are Class 1 laser products. Note the following information:
v Do not remove the covers. Removing the covers of the laser product could result in exposure to
hazardous laser radiation. There are no serviceable parts inside the device.
v Use of the controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
might result in hazardous radiation exposure.
(C026)
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CAUTION:
Data processing environments can contain equipment transmitting on system links with laser modules
that operate at greater than Class 1 power levels. For this reason, never look into the end of an optical
fiber cable or open receptacle. (C027)
CAUTION:
This product contains a Class 1M laser. Do not view directly with optical instruments. (C028)
CAUTION:
Some laser products contain an embedded Class 3A or Class 3B laser diode. Note the following
information: laser radiation when open. Do not stare into the beam, do not view directly with optical
instruments, and avoid direct exposure to the beam. (C030)
CAUTION:
The battery contains lithium. To avoid possible explosion, do not burn or charge the battery.
Do Not:
v ___ Throw or immerse into water
v ___ Heat to more than 100°C (212°F)
v ___ Repair or disassemble
Exchange only with the IBM-approved part. Recycle or discard the battery as instructed by local
regulations. In the United States, IBM has a process for the collection of this battery. For information,
call 1-800-426-4333. Have the IBM part number for the battery unit available when you call. (C003)
Power and cabling information for NEBS (Network Equipment-Building System)
GR-1089-CORE
The following comments apply to the IBM servers that have been designated as conforming to NEBS
(Network Equipment-Building System) GR-1089-CORE:
The equipment is suitable for installation in the following:
v Network telecommunications facilities
v Locations where the NEC (National Electrical Code) applies
The intrabuilding ports of this equipment are suitable for connection to intrabuilding or unexposed
wiring or cabling only. The intrabuilding ports of this equipment must not be metallically connected to the
interfaces that connect to the OSP (outside plant) or its wiring. These interfaces are designed for use as
intrabuilding interfaces only (Type 2 or Type 4 ports as described in GR-1089-CORE) and require isolation
from the exposed OSP cabling. The addition of primary protectors is not sufficient protection to connect
these interfaces metallically to OSP wiring.
Note: All Ethernet cables must be shielded and grounded at both ends.
The ac-powered system does not require the use of an external surge protection device (SPD).
The dc-powered system employs an isolated DC return (DC-I) design. The DC battery return terminal
shall not be connected to the chassis or frame ground.
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System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx) overview
Reference codes are diagnostics aids that help you find solutions to system problems.
Reference codes are diagnostic aids that help you determine the source of a hardware or operating
system problem. Using a reference code enables you to find the solution to fix the problem. To use
reference codes effectively, you must use them in conjunction with other service and support procedures.
Note: System reference codes (SRCs) often indicate failing items. Some failing items are required to be
exchanged in groups until the problem is solved. Other failing items are flagged as mandatory exchange
and must be exchanged before the service action is complete, even if the problem appears to have been
repaired. For more information, see “Block replacement of FRUs.”
Block replacement of FRUs
Sometimes, multiple field replaceable units (FRUs) or procedures are called out for replacement by an
SRC listed in the service action log (SAL). Each FRU or procedure has a priority, and procedures are
always in priority order, from highest to lowest priority. Follow the steps below:
1. Perform all high priority or mandatory FRU replacements or procedures at the same time (as a block).
2. If the problem persists after performing the high priority FRU replacements or procedures, then
perform the medium priority FRU replacements or procedures one at a time, unless a medium
grouping priority is associated with the FRUs or procedures that are called out in the SRC. A medium
grouping priority, shown with an A, B, or C, means that you need to perform all the FRU
replacements or procedures in that group at the same time (as a block).
3. Finally, if the problem still persists after performing the medium priority FRU replacements or
procedures, then perform the low priority FRU replacements or procedures one at a time.
The priorities of performing the FRU replacements or procedures are shown in the following ways,
depending on how you view the SRC:
v Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI): The ASMI shows a priority with each callout in the
log.
v Control panel: The control panel shows one of the following priorities with each callout:
– H = High
– M = Medium
– MA = Medium group A
– MB = Medium group B
– MC = Medium group C
– L = Low
v Management console: The details of the serviceable event display the FRU replacement priority as
high, medium, and so on.
v Service action log: In the SAL, the Part Action for the FRU in the view of the event shows the
replacement priority.
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(1000) Reference codes
100000A0 100000A0
Explanation: SPCN BATs in process
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only. If this reference code is
present for more than 1 minute, follow the instructions
for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
100000AA 100000AA
Explanation: Download in process
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
100000AC 100000AC
Explanation: Detected AC loss
Response: If system powers on normally or stays
powered on after AC power failure, no replacement of
parts may be needed. If parts are replaced, follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v ACMODUL
100000AD 100000AD
Explanation: A reset of the service processor caused
the system to power off.
10001500 10001500
Explanation: Detected AC loss
Response: Before replacing any parts, verify that the
AC input voltage is correct, follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001501 10001501
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001502 10001502
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10001503 10001503
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001507 10001507
Explanation: Power supply plugging ID error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v VPDPART
10001510 10001510
Explanation: Detected AC loss
Response: Before replacing any parts, verify that the
AC input voltage is correct. Follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001511 10001511
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
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v TWRCARD
10001512 10001512
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10001513 10001513
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001514 10001514
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001516 10001516
Explanation: No power supplies are present
Response: The required power supplies are not
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001517 10001517
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
10001520 10001520
Explanation: Detected AC loss
Response: Before replacing any parts, verify that the
AC input voltage is correct, follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001521 10001521
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001522 10001522
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10001523 10001523
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001524 10001524
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001512 • 10001524
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10001526 10001526
Explanation: No power supplies present
Response: The required power supplies are not
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001527 10001527
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001530 10001530
Explanation: Detected AC loss
Response: Before replacing any parts, verify that the
AC input voltage is correct. Follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001531 10001531
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001532 10001532
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10001533 10001533
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
10001601 10001601
Explanation: Power supply missing
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
10001602 10001602
Explanation: Power supply missing
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
10001B01 10001B01
Explanation: Load fault on the +12V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10001B02 10001B02
Explanation: Load fault on the +5V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10001B03 10001B03
Explanation: Load fault on the +3.3V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10001526 • 10001B03
(1000) Reference codes 5
10001B04 10001B04
Explanation: Load fault on the -12V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10001B18 10001B18
Explanation: Load fault on the +1.5V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
10001DA0 10001DA0
Explanation: I/O planar SPCN fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
10001F02 10001F02
Explanation: SPCN trace information saved
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10002600 10002600
Explanation: Power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PGDPART
10002601 10002601
Explanation: Power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PGDPART
10002603 10002603
Explanation: Power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PGDPART
10002605 10002605
Explanation: Power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10002606 10002606
Explanation: Power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10002607 10002607
Explanation: Power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10002608 10002608
Explanation: Power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10002609 10002609
Explanation: Power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
10001B04 • 10002609
6 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
10002612 10002612
Explanation: Optical Converter 5V Fault
Response: The SPCN detected a fault on the SPCN
card optical converter 5V. Follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v CBLALL
v TWRCARD
10003100 10003100
Explanation: I2C bus controller communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003101 10003101
Explanation: I2C bus 1 communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003102 10003102
Explanation: I2C bus 2 communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003103 10003103
Explanation: I2C bus 3 communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003104 10003104
Explanation: I2C bus 4 communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003105 10003105
Explanation: I2C bus 5 communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003106 10003106
Explanation: I2C bus 6 communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
1000310A 1000310A
Explanation: I2C bus SPCN VPD communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
1000310B 1000310B
Explanation: I2C bus SPCN VPD communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003110 10003110
Explanation: I2C bus DASD backplane 1
communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10002612 • 10003110
(1000) Reference codes 7
10003111 10003111
Explanation: I2C bus DASD backplane 2
communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003112 10003112
Explanation: I2C bus DASD backplane 3
communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003113 10003113
Explanation: I2C bus adapter communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003114 10003114
Explanation: I2C bus PCI backplane communication
fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003115 10003115
Explanation: I2C bus panel communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003116 10003116
Explanation: I2C bus fan local controller
communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003118 10003118
Explanation: I2C bus SPCN VPD communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003121 10003121
Explanation: I2C bus 2 communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003122 10003122
Explanation: I2C bus SPCN VPD communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003123 10003123
Explanation: I2C bus SPCN VPD communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003124 10003124
Explanation: I2C bus SPCN VPD communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
10003111 • 10003124
8 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003125 10003125
Explanation: I2C bus SPCN VPD communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
10003140 10003140
Explanation: Midplane VPD I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003141 10003141
Explanation: Conduit I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003142 10003142
Explanation: DASD backplane VPD I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003143 10003143
Explanation: Planar I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003144 10003144
Explanation: DCA0 I2C multiplexer (MUX) error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
10003145 10003145
Explanation: DCA0 I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v I2CBUS
10003146 10003146
Explanation: DCA0 I2C fan 1 fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003147 10003147
Explanation: DCA0 I2C fan 2 fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003148 10003148
Explanation: Port card 1 I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003149 10003149
Explanation: Port card 2 I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
10003125 • 10003149
(1000) Reference codes 9
v PWRSPLY
1000314A 1000314A
Explanation: Port card 3 I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
1000314B 1000314B
Explanation: Port card 4 I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003154 10003154
Explanation: DCA1 I2C multiplexer (MUX) error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
10003155 10003155
Explanation: DCA1 I2C error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v I2CBUS
10003156 10003156
Explanation: DCA1 I2C fan 1 fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10003157 10003157
Explanation: DCA1 I2C fan 2 fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v PWRSPLY
10004600 10004600
Explanation: UPS Interface Failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v UPSUNIT
v TWRCARD
10004601 10004601
Explanation: UPS Interface Failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v UPSUNIT
v TWRCARD
10006000 10006000
Explanation: Midplane VPD error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
10006001 10006001
Explanation: Conduit card VPD data error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
10006002 10006002
Explanation: DASD backplane VPD data error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
10006003 10006003
Explanation: I/O planar InfiniBand cable short
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v CBLALL
1000314A • 10006003
10 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
10006004 10006004
Explanation: Chip fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
10006006 10006006
Explanation: DCA0 VPD UFM, or flash error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
10006007 10006007
Explanation: Hypervisor persistent data error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
10006008 10006008
Explanation: The hypervisor persistent data was
cleared
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
10006009 10006009
Explanation: Port card 1 VPD error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
1000600A 1000600A
Explanation: Port card 2 VPD error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
1000600B 1000600B
Explanation: Port card 3 VPD error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
1000600C 1000600C
Explanation: Port card 4 VPD error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
10006016 10006016
Explanation: DCA1 VPD UFM, or flash error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
10007208 10007208
Explanation: DCA0 ambient temperature warning
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
10007209 10007209
Explanation: DCA0 ambient temperature error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
1000720A 1000720A
Explanation: I/O chip ambient temperature warning
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
10006004 • 1000720A
(1000) Reference codes 11
1000720B 1000720B
Explanation: I/O chip ambient temperature error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
10007218 10007218
Explanation: DCA1: ambient temperature warning
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
10007219 10007219
Explanation: DCA1: ambient temperature error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
10007600 10007600
Explanation: DCA0: fan 1 fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
10007601 10007601
Explanation: DCA0: fan 2 fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
10007602 10007602
Explanation: DCA1: fan 1 fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
10007603 10007603
Explanation: DCA1: fan 2 fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
10007610 10007610
Explanation: Fan Fault
Response: The Fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10007611 10007611
Explanation: Fan missing error
Response: A problem was detected with a Fan which
can be caused by a Fan not being installed. Install Fan
if missing, replace if already installed. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10007620 10007620
Explanation: Fan Fault
Response: The Fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10007621 10007621
Explanation: Fan missing error
Response: A problem was detected with a Fan which
can be caused by a Fan not being installed. Install Fan
if missing, replace if already installed. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
1000720B • 10007621
12 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
10007630 10007630
Explanation: Fan Fault
Response: The Fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10007631 10007631
Explanation: Fan missing error
Response: A problem was detected with a Fan which
can be caused by a Fan not being installed. Install Fan
if missing, replace if already installed. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10007640 10007640
Explanation: Fan Fault
Response: The Fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10007641 10007641
Explanation: Fan missing error
Response: A problem was detected with a Fan which
can be caused by a Fan not being installed. Install Fan
if missing, replace if already installed. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10007650 10007650
Explanation: Fan Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10007651 10007651
Explanation: Fan missing error
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
10008400 10008400
Explanation: Configuration ID decode failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1917
v TWRCARD
10008402 10008402
Explanation: Unable to Collect VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
1000840D 1000840D
Explanation: Configuration ID decode failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v IDPART
v TWRCARD
1000840E 1000840E
Explanation: Configuration ID decode failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v IDPART
v TWRCARD
10008752 10008752
Explanation: DCA0 firmware download failed
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10007630 • 10008752
(1000) Reference codes 13
10008753 10008753
Explanation: DCA1 firmware download failed
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10008756 10008756
Explanation: DCA0 firmware download has started.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10008757 10008757
Explanation: DCA1 firmware download has started.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10008758 10008758
Explanation: DCA firmware download has ended.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10008910 10008910
Explanation: External Netfinity Server 3.3V fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v ALTMANL
v TWRCARD
10008920 10008920
Explanation: External Netfinity server power-good
fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v ALTMANL
10008930 10008930
Explanation: Integrated Netfinity Adapter fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10008940 10008940
Explanation: External Netfinity Server R485
Communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10008941 10008941
Explanation: External Netfinity Server R485
Communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10008942 10008942
Explanation: External Netfinity Server R485
Communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10008943 10008943
Explanation: External Netfinity Server R485
Communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10008A00 10008A00
Explanation: IO power control changed to another
system unit
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009002 10009002
Explanation: Received a bad return code
Response: The SPCN firmware has detected a
condition that may require attention. Check error log
for other errors that may have been reported at the
10008753 • 10009002
14 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
same time as this condition was reported. If this SRC
persists contact next level of support.
10009012 10009012
Explanation: Address not valid.
Response: LIC command had a frame address that
was not valid. Exchange the SPCN frame-to-frame
cables to the failing frame. Follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10009013 10009013
Explanation: Invalid Node Address.
Response: The address in the SPCN command does
not match the secondary nodes assigned address.
Exchange the failing items for the SPCN node reporting
the error. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
10009014 10009014
Explanation: A command has an invalid address
mode.
Response: A command from the system unit specified
a unit address of D or E or had a frame address of 00.
Exchange the failing items in the system unit. Follow
the instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
v TWRCARD
10009015 10009015
Explanation: An invalid rack command was
encountered.
Response: Informational message: The command is
invalid for the addressed rack and has not been
executed. This status is also returned if the address
mode is not valid for the command. The information
found in this error log entry may be used by product
engineering to debug system power control network
(SPCN) failures.
10009016 10009016
Explanation: A command to an SPCN node was
rejected.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009018 10009018
Explanation: An invalid modifier was found in a
command.
Response: Informational message: This status is used
by the slave, rack and CEC to identify invalid
command modifier values in commands directed to the
node. An APX command will be rejected by the CEC
without transmission on the network if the modifier
field contains an invalid address. The information
found in this error log entry may be used by product
engineering to debug system power control network
(SPCN) failures.
10009019 10009019
Explanation: An invalid command was encountered.
Response: Informational message: The command is
not valid for transmission on the network. The
following conditions are detected by the CEC node
during hypervisor command processing. The command
is rejected directly by the CEC node for the following
reasons:
v The command from the hypervisor was not defined.
v The RPF or RPN command from the hypervisor
specified R = 0. (Programming cannot power the
system off via this mechanism).
v The LSP subset command (0x'1X') was not addressed
to a specific node.
v The APX command was not addressed to
RRRR=01-3FFF, UU=0.
v A QSX command was not addressed to RRRR=0 ,
UU=D.
The information found in this error log entry may be
used by product engineering to debug system power
control network (SPCN) failures.
1000901B 1000901B
Explanation: A CEC port addressing problem was
found.
Response: Informational message: This status is
inserted by the primary rack on broadcast commands
to identify the location of the CEC node. This response
is returned to node specific commands addressed to the
CEC node using the CEC physical RRRRUU value. The
CEC cannot be addressed with this address. The
information found in this error log entry may be used
10009012 • 1000901B
(1000) Reference codes 15
by product engineering to debug system power control
network (SPCN) failures.
10009021 10009021
Explanation: A command to an SPCN node was
rejected.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009022 10009022
Explanation: Addressed Unit not in frame.
Response: The addressed unit does not exist in the
addressed frame. No action required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
10009023 10009023
Explanation: Addressed Unit exists, but the frame is
powered off.
Response: The addressed unit is in a frame that is
powered off. No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009024 10009024
Explanation: SPCN Licensed Internal Code not valid.
Response: The Licensed Internal Code in one of the
secondary nodes is not valid. The code will be
reloaded. No action required. This reference code is
logged for error analysis only.
10009025 10009025
Explanation: SPCN Licensed Internal Code is not
valid.
Response: The Licensed Internal Code in one of the
frames is not valid. The code will be reloaded. No
action required. This reference code is logged for error
analysis only.
10009028 10009028
Explanation: SPCN Licensed Internal Code is not
valid.
Response: The Licensed Internal Code in the primary
node is not valid. The code will be reloaded. No action
required. This reference code is logged for error
analysis only.
10009029 10009029
Explanation: SPCN VPD Damaged
Response: The VPD record in the EEPROM has bad
data. Exchange the failing items for the node reporting
the failure. Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
1000902D 1000902D
Explanation: Addressed frame is not in SPCN
configuration table.
Response: The addressed frame is not in the SPCN
configuration table. No action required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
10009031 10009031
Explanation: Frame-to-Frame Communications Failure
Response: The SPCN detected a BCC error on a
transmission from another frame. The transmission is
attempted again. No action required. This reference
code is logged for error analysis only.
10009032 10009032
Explanation: SPCN Communications Failure, unit to
rack.
Response: The frame detected a BCC error on a
transmission from a secondary node to the frame. The
transmission is attempted again. No action required.
This reference code is logged for error analysis only.
10009033 10009033
Explanation: SPCN Communications Failure, rack to
unit.
Response: A secondary node detected a BCC error on
a transmission from the frame. The transmission is
attempted again. No action required. This reference
code is logged for error analysis only.
10009034 10009034
Explanation: Unsupported Packet Size
Response: The receiving node detected a packet
exceeding 70 bytes. The frame can also return this code
if a secondary node returns more than 10 bytes to a
PAS command. No action required. This reference code
is logged for error analysis only.
10009035 10009035
Explanation: Secondary SPCN node timeout.
Response: A secondary SPCN node did not respond
to a command. The command was attempted again and
failed. No action required. This reference code is logged
for error analysis only.
10009021 • 10009035
16 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
10009036 10009036
Explanation: Frame Timeout
Response: One or more frames did not respond to a
command. The command is attempted again. No action
required. This reference code is logged for error
analysis only.
1000903B 1000903B
Explanation: Invalid Packet Length for data sent.
Response: The number of bytes sent or received does
not match the number of bytes specified in the
command. No action required. This reference code is
logged for error analysis only.
10009041 10009041
Explanation: Invalid Load Type
Response: The down load was successful, but the
wrong type of Licensed Internal Code was loaded. The
operation was attempted again but was not successful.
Exchange the failing items for the node reporting the
fault. Follow the instructions for the items listed in the
FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
v TWRCARD
10009042 10009042
Explanation: EEPROM Failure
Response: The EEPROM in an SPCN node cannot be
written successfully. Exchange the SPCN node reported
in the failure. Follow the instructions for the items
listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009043 10009043
Explanation: Download Failure
Response: The Licensed Internal Code download to
an SPCN node was completed but was not successful.
Exchange the failing SPCN node. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009046 10009046
Explanation: QDS Packet Sequence Error
Response: The Packet Sequence number is wrong. The
download was stopped. Follow the instructions for the
items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009047 10009047
Explanation: QDS Block Sequence Error
Response: The Block Sequence number is wrong. The
download was stopped. Follow the instructions for the
items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009048 10009048
Explanation: The SPCN ROS and EEPROM LIC is not
compatible.
Response: The LIC levels in the nodes ROS and
EEPROM are not compatible. Exchange the failing
items for the failing node. Follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v AJDG301
10009080 10009080
Explanation: Undefined Status Code
Response: An SPCN node returned an unknown
status code. Exchange the failing SPCN node. Follow
the instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v SYSBKPL
10009088 10009088
Explanation: A problem was found in the SPCN
firmware.
Response: Informational message: A problem was
found in the SPCN firmware. The information found in
this error log entry may be used by product
engineering to debug system power control network
(SPCN) failures.
100090F0 100090F0
Explanation: A frame was dropped from the SPCN
configuration.
Response: A frame was dropped from the SPCN
configuration. This is usually caused by a loss of ac
power or a problem with the frame-to-frame cable.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Failing Item:
10009036 • 100090F0
(1000) Reference codes 17
v PWR1907
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
100090F1 100090F1
Explanation: A frame was added to the SPCN
configuration.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
100090F2 100090F2
Explanation: Slave disappeared
Response: A slave was dropped from the SPCN
configuration. This is usually caused by a loss of ac
power. If this SRC is logged during a concurrent
maintenance operation, it is informational only and can
be ignored.
100090F3 100090F3
Explanation: Slave reappeared
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009101 10009101
Explanation: VLIC-SPCN Timeout
Response: A Licensed Internal Code timeout occurred.
The SPCN failed to respond to a Licensed Internal
Code command. Follow the instructions for the items
listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009102 10009102
Explanation: Assign Permanent Address command
failure
Response: A node failed to perform an Assign
Permanent Address command. Follow the instructions
for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009103 10009103
Explanation: Download Initialize Timeout
Response: An SPCN node failed to enter the
download state after an Initialize for Download
command. Exchange the failing SPCN node. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009104 10009104
Explanation: Download Completion Timeout
Response: An SPCN node failed to leave the
download state. Exchange the failing SPCN node.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009105 10009105
Explanation: Load Damaged Timeout
Response: An SPCN node failed to enter the
operational state. Exchange the failing SPCN node.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009106 10009106
Explanation: An SPCN LID was not found.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009107 10009107
Explanation: An SPCN microcode download is
required.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for error analysis only.
10009108 10009108
Explanation: A status change occurred in one of the
SPCN nodes.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009109 10009109
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code part number is
not correct.
Response: The AROS part number field was not
updated to the correct level after the system attempted
to load new Licensed Internal Code. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
100090F1 • 10009109
18 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
1000910A 1000910A
Explanation: RIO Download Required
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
1000910B 1000910B
Explanation: Maximum number of retries exceeded
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009111 10009111
Explanation: SPCN is too large for hypervisor.
Response: There are more nodes in the network than
the hypervisor can service. Go to System Configuration
in ASMI . Under Configure I/O Enclosures select Clear
Inactive Enclosures. If the error persists follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
10009112 10009112
Explanation: Primary SPCN node is reporting load
damaged.
Response: The Licensed Internal Code for the primary
SPCN node is damaged. The reload failed because the
code could not be found. Follow the instructions for the
items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009113 10009113
Explanation: Secondary SPCN node is reporting load
damaged.
Response: The Licensed Internal Code for the
secondary SPCN node is damaged. The reload failed
because the code could not be found. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009114 10009114
Explanation: Frame SPCN node is reporting load
damaged.
Response: The Licensed Internal Code for a SPCN
node is damaged. The reload failed because the code
could not be found. Follow the instructions for the
items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009115 10009115
Explanation: SPCN Command rejected by the
firmware.
Response: The service processor rejected an SPCN
command from the Licensed Internal Code. No action
required. This reference code is logged for information
only.
10009116 10009116
Explanation: SPCN - Control Panel interface failure.
Response: The SPCN to control panel interface is not
working.
10009117 10009117
Explanation: SPCN - Control Panel interface is now
working.
Response: The SPCN to control panel interface is now
working. No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
10009118 10009118
Explanation: Hypervisor out of memory
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
10009119 10009119
Explanation: NVRAM Write Failed
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
1000911A 1000911A
Explanation: Too many racks attached
Response: Reduce the number of racks to maximum
configuration on the system.
1000911B 1000911B
Explanation: SPCN CEC node code failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
1000910A • 1000911B
(1000) Reference codes 19
1000911C 1000911C
Explanation: Two nodes have same VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
1000911D 1000911D
Explanation: RIO Download Failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v SI_CARD
1000911E 1000911E
Explanation: Temporary VPD written
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRVPD
1000911F 1000911F
Explanation: CEC not found
Response: Call your next level of support.
10009120 10009120
Explanation: Duplicate backplane VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
10009131 10009131
Explanation: Invalid XM Return Code
Response: No action required. Logged for error
analysis only.
10009132 10009132
Explanation: Node contains temporary VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWRVPD
10009133 10009133
Explanation: Bad PCI Correlation Problem
Response: PCI bus not matched. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU list. If this
SRC is logged during a concurrent maintenance
operation, it is informational only and can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v CBLALL
10009134 10009134
Explanation: PCI bus VPD error
Response: Check Error Log for B700 xxxx Reference
Codes.
10009135 10009135
Explanation: Open SPCN Loop
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list. If this SRC is logged during a
concurrent maintenance operation, it is informational
only and can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v CBLALL
v TWRCARD
10009136 10009136
Explanation: The manually started download was
interrupted
Response: Needs to be Manually restarted
10009137 10009137
Explanation: Bad PCI Correlation Problem
Response: SPCN node not matched. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU list. If this
SRC is logged during a concurrent maintenance
operation, it is informational only and can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v CBLALL
10009138 10009138
Explanation: Bad Location Code
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v CBLALL
1000911C • 10009138
20 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
10009139 10009139
Explanation: Open SPCN loop resolved
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
1000913A 1000913A
Explanation: RIO download sent retry
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
1000913B 1000913B
Explanation: Go to ASMi to start a download
manually
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v PWR1907
100091DD 100091DD
Explanation: All SPCN Downloads Complete
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
100091DE 100091DE
Explanation: RIO Download Complete
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
100091FB 100091FB
Explanation: Write VPD on next IPL
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
1000C62E 1000C62E
Explanation: Polling error
Response: An SPCN frame-to-frame communication
failure was detected. Follow the instructions for the
items listed in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
1000CB15 1000CB15
Explanation: EEPROM Failure.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
10009139 • 1000CB15
(1000) Reference codes 21
22 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(1100) Reference codes
110000AC 110000AC
Explanation: Detected AC loss
Response: If system powers on normally or stays
powered on after AC power failure, no replacement of
parts may be needed. Follow the instructions for the
items listed in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ACMODUL
110000AD 110000AD
Explanation: A reset of the service processor caused
the system to power off.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
11001510 11001510
Explanation: Detected AC loss
Response: Before replacing any parts, verify that the
AC input voltage is correct. Follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11001511 11001511
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11001512 11001512
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
11001513 11001513
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11001514 11001514
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
1100151E 1100151E
Explanation: The power supply fan on Un-E1
experienced a short stoppage, but recovered. The
power supply should be replaced as soon as possible
before the fan fails permanently.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 23
1100151F 1100151F
Explanation: The power supply fan on Un-E1 failed.
The power supply should be replaced as soon as
possible.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11001520 11001520
Explanation: Detected AC loss
Response: Before replacing any parts, verify that the
AC input voltage is correct. Follow the instructions for
the items listed in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11001521 11001521
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11001522 11001522
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
v CBLALL
11001523 11001523
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11001524 11001524
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
1100152E 1100152E
Explanation: The power supply fan on Un-E2
experienced a short stoppage, but recovered. The
power supply should be replaced as soon as possible
before the fan fails permanently.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
1100152F 1100152F
Explanation: The power supply fan on Un-E2 failed.
The power supply should be replaced as soon as
possible.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
1100151F • 1100152F
24 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
11001611 11001611
Explanation: Regulator 1 Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001612 11001612
Explanation: Regulator 1 Communication Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001613 11001613
Explanation: Regulator 1 Domain Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001621 11001621
Explanation: Regulator 2 Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001622 11001622
Explanation: Regulator 2 Communication Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001623 11001623
Explanation: Regulator 2 Domain Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001631 11001631
Explanation: Regulator 3 Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001632 11001632
Explanation: Regulator 3 Communication Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001633 11001633
Explanation: Regulator 3 Domain Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001611 • 11001633
(1100) Reference codes 25
110016F1 110016F1
Explanation: No power supplies detected in drawer
number 1
Response: Perform the following in order:
v Check for system firmware updates; apply if
available.
v Replace the primary service processor.
v Replace the backplane in the failing drawer.
v Replace all of the power supplies in the failing
drawer.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
110016F2 110016F2
Explanation: No power supplies detected in drawer
number 2
Response: Perform the following in order:
v Check for system firmware updates; apply if
available.
v Replace the primary service processor.
v Replace the backplane in the failing drawer.
v Replace all of the power supplies in the failing
drawer.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
110016F3 110016F3
Explanation: No power supplies detected in drawer
number 3
Response: Perform the following in order:
v Check for system firmware updates; apply if
available.
v Replace the primary service processor.
v Replace the backplane in the failing drawer.
v Replace all of the power supplies in the failing
drawer.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
110016F4 110016F4
Explanation: No power supplies detected in drawer
number 4
Response: Perform the following in order:
v Check for system firmware updates; apply if
available.
v Replace the primary service processor.
v Replace the backplane in the failing drawer.
v Replace all of the power supplies in the failing
drawer.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11001B01 11001B01
Explanation: Level 1 load fault (+12V)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
11001B02 11001B02
Explanation: Load fault on the +5V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
11001B03 11001B03
Explanation: Load fault on the +3.3V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1900
v TWRCARD
11001B05 11001B05
Explanation: Load fault on the +1.8V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001B06 11001B06
Explanation: Load fault on the +2.5V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
110016F1 • 11001B06
26 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001B0A 11001B0A
Explanation: Load Fault on the +12V/-12v bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001B0F 11001B0F
Explanation: Load Fault on the +1.2V bus
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001C10 11001C10
Explanation: Regulator Level 1 Load Fault (1.1A)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001C11 11001C11
Explanation: Regulator Level 2 Load Fault (1.1B)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001C12 11001C12
Explanation: Regulator Level 2 Load Fault (1.8)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001C13 11001C13
Explanation: Regulator Level 2 Load Fault (1.2A)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001C14 11001C14
Explanation: Regulator Level 2 Load Fault (1.25)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001C15 11001C15
Explanation: Regulator Level 2 Load Fault (1.2B)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1904
v TWRCARD
11001D12 11001D12
Explanation: I/O hub card 1 fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11001B0A • 11001D12
(1100) Reference codes 27
11001D13 11001D13
Explanation: I/O hub card 2 fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11001D14 11001D14
Explanation: I/O hub card 3 fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11001D15 11001D15
Explanation: I/O hub card 4 fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11001D60 11001D60
Explanation: RIO adapter card 1 softswitch fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SI_CARD
v TWRCARD
11001D63 11001D63
Explanation: RIO adapter card 2 softswitch fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SI_CARD
v TWRCARD
11001D68 11001D68
Explanation: HEA adapter card 2 softswitch fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11001F01 11001F01
Explanation: TMS limit reached - log only
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11001F02 11001F02
Explanation: SPCN trace information saved
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11001F03 11001F03
Explanation: Invalid TMS or location code; log only.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002600 11002600
Explanation: Power Good Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PGDPART
11002602 11002602
Explanation: Power Good Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11001D13 • 11002602
28 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
11002603 11002603
Explanation: Power Good Fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PGDPART
11002610 11002610
Explanation: A power signal failure has been detected
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
11002611 11002611
Explanation: A power signal failure has been detected
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
11002613 11002613
Explanation: 100V check fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v CBLALL
v SYSBKPL
11002614 11002614
Explanation: The power supplies are mismatched; one
is ac, and one is dc.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
11002615 11002615
Explanation: 1925W power supplies are required in
this system.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
11002620 11002620
Explanation: 12V power-good input fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
11002622 11002622
Explanation: 1.52V power-good input fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
11002623 11002623
Explanation: 1.8V power-good input fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
11002624 11002624
Explanation: 5.0V power-good input fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002603 • 11002624
(1100) Reference codes 29
11002625 11002625
Explanation: 3.3V power-good input fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
11002626 11002626
Explanation: 2.5V power-good input fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
11002627 11002627
Explanation: GX slot 1 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002629 11002629
Explanation: P_GOOD fault on the I/O backplane.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
1100262A 1100262A
Explanation: GX slot 2 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100262B 1100262B
Explanation: P_GOOD fault on the I/O backplane.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
1100262C 1100262C
Explanation: DASD 5V regulator P_GOOD fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
1100262D 1100262D
Explanation: P_GOOD fault on the I/O backplane.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
1100262E 1100262E
Explanation: P_GOOD fault on the I/O backplane.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
1100262F 1100262F
Explanation: P_GOOD fault on the I/O backplane.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
11002630 11002630
Explanation: Processor 1 P7_VRM pgood fault
(pluggable)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
11002625 • 11002630
30 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002632 11002632
Explanation: Processor 1 VRM2 array power-good
fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
11002633 11002633
Explanation: Processor 1 1.2V VRM power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v SYSBKPL
11002634 11002634
Explanation: Processor 1 1.8V VRM or processor 1
power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
11002635 11002635
Explanation: VRM fault on the processor card.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
11002636 11002636
Explanation: VRM fault on the processor card.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
1100263A 1100263A
Explanation: Memory card 1 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: Look for a 1100xxxx SRC that
was logged before this SRC. If an SRC is found, resolve
that SRC first. If the problem is not corrected, follow
the instructions for the items listed in the FRU list for
this SRC.
1100263B 1100263B
Explanation: Memory card 1 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100263C 1100263C
Explanation: Memory card 1 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002640 11002640
Explanation: Processor 2 P7_VRM pgood fault
(pluggable)
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002642 11002642
Explanation: Processor 2 VRM2 array power-good
fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
11002632 • 11002642
(1100) Reference codes 31
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
11002643 11002643
Explanation: Processor 2 1.8V VRM or processor 2
power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
11002645 11002645
Explanation: VRM fault on the processor card.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
1100264A 1100264A
Explanation: Memory card 2 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: Look for a 1100xxxx SRC that
was logged before this SRC. If an SRC is found, resolve
that SRC first. If the problem is not corrected, follow
the instructions for the items listed in the FRU list for
this SRC.
1100264B 1100264B
Explanation: Memory card 2 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100264C 1100264C
Explanation: Memory card 2 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002650 11002650
Explanation: Processor 3 VRM 1A or 1B power-good
fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
11002652 11002652
Explanation: Processor 3 VRM2 array power-good
fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
11002653 11002653
Explanation: Processor 3 1.2V VRM power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v SYSBKPL
11002654 11002654
Explanation: Processor 3 1.8V VRM or processor 3
power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
11002643 • 11002654
32 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
1100265A 1100265A
Explanation: Memory card 3 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: Look for a 1100xxxx SRC that
was logged before this SRC. If an SRC is found, resolve
that SRC first. If the problem is not corrected, follow
the instructions for the items listed in the FRU list for
this SRC.
1100265B 1100265B
Explanation: Memory card 3 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100265C 1100265C
Explanation: Memory card 3 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002660 11002660
Explanation: Processor 4 VRM 1A or 1B power-good
fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
11002662 11002662
Explanation: Processor 4 VRM2 array power-good
fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
11002663 11002663
Explanation: Processor 4 1.2V VRM power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v SYSBKPL
11002664 11002664
Explanation: Processor 4 1.8V VRM failed or processor
4 power-good fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ANYPROC
v SYSBKPL
1100266A 1100266A
Explanation: Memory card 4 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: Look for a 1100xxxx SRC that
was logged before this SRC. If an SRC is found, resolve
that SRC first. If the problem is not corrected, follow
the instructions for the items listed in the FRU list for
this SRC.
1100266B 1100266B
Explanation: Memory card 4 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100265A • 1100266B
(1100) Reference codes 33
1100266C 1100266C
Explanation: Memory card 4 pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002690 11002690
Explanation: Processor 1 and 2 VDDA pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002691 11002691
Explanation: Processor 1 and 2 VSN pgood fault.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
11002700 11002700
Explanation: VRM fault on the processor card.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002701 11002701
Explanation: Informational monitoring event in the
power subsystem. No service is required.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002702 11002702
Explanation: VRM fault on the DASD backplane.
DASD backplane replacement is required.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002703 11002703
Explanation: Informational monitoring event in the
power subsystem. No service is required.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002704 11002704
Explanation: VRM fault on the I/O backplane.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002705 11002705
Explanation: Informational monitoring event in the
power subsystem. No service is required.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11002800 11002800
Explanation: The system was automatically shut down
because the top cover was removed.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v LDSWTCH
11003100 11003100
Explanation: Service processor I2C failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v TWRCARD
1100266C • 11003100
34 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
11003105 11003105
Explanation: Service processor I2C failure.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
11003114 11003114
Explanation: Service processor I2C failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v I2CBUS
v SYSBKPL
v TWRCARD
11003116 11003116
Explanation: I2C failure: blower control chip
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v SYSBKPL
11003120 11003120
Explanation: VRM failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list in the error log entry.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11004201 11004201
Explanation: UPS reported: utility failure signal is on
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11004203 11004203
Explanation: UPS reported: battery low signal is on
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11004600 11004600
Explanation: UPS interface failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v UPSUNIT
v TWRCARD
11004601 11004601
Explanation: UPS interface failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v UPSUNIT
v TWRCARD
11005000 11005000
Explanation: Service processor fail over failed due to
configuration mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
11005001 11005001
Explanation: Service processor fail over failed due to
configuration mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v TWRCARD
11003105 • 11005001
(1100) Reference codes 35
11005010 11005010
Explanation: SPCN ports not present. mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v CBLALL
11007110 11007110
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11007120 11007120
Explanation: Power supply failure
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11007200 11007200
Explanation: The system is located at an altitude
greater than 4000 meters (13,120 feet). This is outside
the range of the system specifications.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ALTTUDE
11007201 11007201
Explanation: Ambient temperature is out of range
Response: Follow the procedure for the items listed in
the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
11007202 11007202
Explanation: Ambient temperature is back in range
Response: Follow the procedure for the items listed in
the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBBACK
11007203 11007203
Explanation: Ambient temperature exceeded limit
Response: The system will shut down in 15 minutes.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
11007204 11007204
Explanation: Ambient temperature is back in range
Response: Follow the procedure for the items listed in
the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBBACK
11007205 11007205
Explanation: Ambient temperature exceeded limit
Response: The system will shut down in 20 seconds.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
11007207 11007207
Explanation: Ambient temperature has dropped below
the low temperature limit.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
11005010 • 11007207
36 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBTEMP
11007211 11007211
Explanation: Ambient temperature is out of range
Response: Ambient temperature is above nominal for
CPU performance. Follow the instructions for the items
listed in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBTMP1
11007212 11007212
Explanation: Ambient temperature is back in range
Response: Ambient temperature has returned to
nominal.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBTMP2
11007220 11007220
Explanation: The system is located at an altitude that
is outside the range of the system performance
specification, and the thermal/power management
firmware may reduce performance in heavy workload
situations.
Response: The system is located at an altitude that is
within the range of the system specification, but the
thermal/power management firmware may reduce
performance due to the altitude.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ALTPERF
11007221 11007221
Explanation: The ambient temperature is outside the
range of the system performance specification, and the
thermal/power management firmware may reduce
performance in heavy workload situations.
Response: The ambient temperature is outside the
range of the system performance specification, and the
thermal/power management firmware may reduce
performance in heavy workload situations.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AMBPERF
11007222 11007222
Explanation: The ambient temperature is back in
range.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11007610 11007610
Explanation: Fan fault
Response: The fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007611 11007611
Explanation: Fan missing error
Response: A problem was detected with a fan which
can be caused by a fan not being installed. Install fan if
missing, replace if already installed. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007620 11007620
Explanation: Fan fault
Response: The fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007211 • 11007620
(1100) Reference codes 37
11007621 11007621
Explanation: Fan missing error
Response: A problem was detected with a fan which
can be caused by a fan not being installed. Install fan if
missing, replace if already installed. Follow the
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007630 11007630
Explanation: A fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007631 11007631
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan
which can be caused by a fan not being installed.
Install the fan if it is missing; replace it if already
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007640 11007640
Explanation: A fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007641 11007641
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan
which can be caused by a fan not being installed.
Install the fan if it is missing; replace it if already
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007650 11007650
Explanation: A fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007651 11007651
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan
which can be caused by a fan not being installed.
Install the fan if it is missing; replace it if already
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007660 11007660
Explanation: A fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
11007621 • 11007660
38 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007661 11007661
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan
which can be caused by a fan not being installed.
Install the fan if it is missing; replace it if already
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007670 11007670
Explanation: A fan is operating at the wrong speed.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
11007671 11007671
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan
which can be caused by a fan not being installed.
Install the fan if it is missing; replace it if already
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
110076A0 110076A0
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
110076A1 110076A1
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan
which can be caused by a fan not being installed.
Install the fan if it is missing; replace it if already
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
110076B0 110076B0
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan.
Follow the instructions for the items listed in the FRU
list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
110076B1 110076B1
Explanation: A problem was detected with a fan
which can be caused by a fan not being installed.
Install the fan if it is missing; replace it if already
installed. Follow the instructions for the items listed in
the FRU list.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
11007661 • 110076B1
(1100) Reference codes 39
v AIRMOVR
v TWRCARD
110076C0 110076C0
Explanation: Fan fault on a GX++ adapter card
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
110076C1 110076C1
Explanation: Fan fault on a GX++ adapter card
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008400 11008400
Explanation: No VPD was found due to invalid
bypass
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
11008402 11008402
Explanation: Unable to collect VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008404 11008404
Explanation: Processor unit VPD mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008405 11008405
Explanation: Processor unit VPD mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008406 11008406
Explanation: Processor unit VPD mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008409 11008409
Explanation: No processor installed
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008413 11008413
Explanation: Invalid processor VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008414 11008414
Explanation: Invalid processor VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
110076C0 • 11008414
40 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008415 11008415
Explanation: Invalid processor 3 VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ANYPROC
11008416 11008416
Explanation: Invalid processor 4 VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v ANYPROC
11008423 11008423
Explanation: No processor VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008424 11008424
Explanation: No processor VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008430 11008430
Explanation: The configuration ID is incorrect.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v IDPART
11008432 11008432
Explanation: The configuration ID is incorrect.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v IDPART
11008442 11008442
Explanation: An attempt was made to enable
TurboMode, but one or more processor cards in the
system is not TurboMode-capable.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
11008443 11008443
Explanation: A drawer was added to a system that
has TurboMode enabled, but the newly-added drawer
is not TurboMode-capable.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
11008444 11008444
Explanation: A TurboMode register failed.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
11008415 • 11008444
(1100) Reference codes 41
11008450 11008450
Explanation: SPCN configuration mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11008451 11008451
Explanation: SPCN configuration mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11008452 11008452
Explanation: Wrong power supply installed.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11008453 11008453
Explanation: There is an extra processor voltage
regulator in the system.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11008454 11008454
Explanation: A fan is installed at location Un-A3 in a
single-socket system. This configuration is not valid.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11008455 11008455
Explanation: Power supply missing
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11008456 11008456
Explanation: Power supply missing
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWRSPLY
v TWRCARD
11008457 11008457
Explanation: The wrong processor VRMs are installed
in the system; high-power VRMs are required.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
v TWRCARD
11008458 11008458
Explanation: The wrong processor VRM(s) are
installed in the system; high-power VRMs are required.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR1918
11008450 • 11008458
42 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
11008460 11008460
Explanation: All PWR nodes guarded
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008480 11008480
Explanation: The DIMM or DIMM controller ID data
is missing or corrupt.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v FSPSP04
110084A1 110084A1
Explanation: Invalid power distribution backplane
VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
110084A2 110084A2
Explanation: Power distribution backplane mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
110084A3 110084A3
Explanation: Invalid service processor card VPD
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
110084A4 110084A4
Explanation: Service processor card mismatch.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU List.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v VPDPART
v TWRCARD
11008700 11008700
Explanation: BPC A lost input power
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR2402
11008701 11008701
Explanation: BPC B lost input power
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
Failing Item:
v PWR2402
11008710 11008710
Explanation: DCA 1 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008711 11008711
Explanation: DCA 2 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008712 11008712
Explanation: DCA 3 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
11008460 • 11008712
(1100) Reference codes 43
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008713 11008713
Explanation: DCA 4 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008714 11008714
Explanation: DCA 5 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008715 11008715
Explanation: DCA 6 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008716 11008716
Explanation: DCA 7 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008717 11008717
Explanation: DCA 8 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008718 11008718
Explanation: DCA 10 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100871A 1100871A
Explanation: DCA 11 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100871B 1100871B
Explanation: DCA 12 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100871C 1100871C
Explanation: DCA 13 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100871D 1100871D
Explanation: DCA 14 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100871E 1100871E
Explanation: DCA 15 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
1100871F 1100871F
Explanation: DCA 16 UART communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008720 11008720
Explanation: BPC A Ethernet communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
11008713 • 11008720
44 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008721 11008721
Explanation: BPC B Ethernet communication fault
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008724 11008724
Explanation: BPC A machine type/model/serial
number mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008725 11008725
Explanation: BPC B machine type/model/serial
number mismatch
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008731 11008731
Explanation: BPC critical fault; none of the nodes in
the system can be powered on.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008732 11008732
Explanation: BPC critical fault; there's a CEC cage ID
mismatch due to a cabling error.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008733 11008733
Explanation: BPC critical fault; no nodes are present
to power on.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008734 11008734
Explanation: BPC fault; service processor error log
collection failed.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008735 11008735
Explanation: Service processor fault; no BPC IP
addresses were found.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008740 11008740
Explanation: BPC A failed to reach standby.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008741 11008741
Explanation: BPC B failed to reach standby.
Response: Follow the instructions for the items listed
in the FRU list.
Problem determination: No additional problem
determination.
11008721 • 11008741
(1100) Reference codes 45
46 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(1402) Reference codes
The bulk power subsystem reference codes are issued from the 24-inch power subsystem and are meant
to be serviced through the management console. This list of (1402) reference codes is included here for
informational use only.
Note: Serviceable actions for the following SRCs require that you use the management console to access
more specific information, including isolation procedures, MAPs, and instruction on how to remove and
replace parts.
14020018 14020018
Explanation: The P1 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P1_NODE
14020019 14020019
Explanation: One VTM has broadcast an alert from
the indicated node. This is an informational only SRC
and has no system impact.
14020020 14020020
Explanation: The P2 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P2_NODE
14020021 14020021
Explanation: The P3 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P3_NODE
14020022 14020022
Explanation: The P4 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P4_NODE
14020023 14020023
Explanation: The P5 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P5_NODE
14020024 14020024
Explanation: The P6 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P6_NODE
14020025 14020025
Explanation: The P7 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P7_NODE
14020026 14020026
Explanation: The P8 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P8_NODE
14020027 14020027
Explanation: The P9 node has indicated a critical VTM
failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P9_NODE
14020028 14020028
Explanation: The P10 node has indicated a critical
VTM failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P10_NODE
14020029 14020029
Explanation: The P11 node has indicated a critical
VTM failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P11_NODE
14020030 14020030
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Explanation: The P12 node has indicated a critical
VTM failure and needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P12_NODE
14020056 14020056
Explanation: Water Conditioning Unit number three is
defective.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-3
v MWU-3
14020057 14020057
Explanation: Water Conditioning Unit number four is
defective.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-4
v MWU-4
14020058 14020058
Explanation: Water Conditioning Unit number one is
defective.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-1
v MWU-1
14020059 14020059
Explanation: Water Conditioning Unit number two is
defective.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-2
v MWU-2
14020060 14020060
Explanation: Air Moving Device number one is
defective.
Failing Item:
v MDAA-1
v MSAA-1
14020061 14020061
Explanation: Air Moving Device number two is
defective.
Failing Item:
v MDAA-2
v MSAA-2
14020062 14020062
Explanation: Air Moving Device number three is
defective.
Failing Item:
v MDAA-3
v MSAA-3
14020063 14020063
Explanation: Air Moving Device number four is
defective.
Failing Item:
v MDAA-4
v MSAA-4
14020072 14020072
Explanation: The ambient room temperature is out of
specification (to hot). The sensors are located in the
EPO panel and read/converted by the BPC or BPCH.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14020073 14020073
Explanation: The ambient room temperature is out of
specification (to cold). The sensors are located in the
EPO panel and read/converted by the BPC or BPCH.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14020074 14020074
Explanation: The chilled input water to MWU1 is out
of specification (to cold) or there is an issue with flow.
(Monitored by MWU1) If unable to correct contact IBM
support.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14020075 14020075
Explanation: The chilled input water to MWU2 is out
of specification (to cold) or there is an issue with flow.
(Monitored by MWU2) If unable to correct contact IBM
support.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14020056 • 14020075
48 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020076 14020076
Explanation: The chilled input water to MWU1 is out
of specification (to Hot) or there is an issue with flow.
(Monitored by MWU1) If unable to correct contact IBM
support.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14020077 14020077
Explanation: The chilled input water to MWU2 is out
of specification (to Hot) or there is an issue with flow.
((Monitored by MWU2) If unable to correct contact IBM
support.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14020078 14020078
Explanation: Logic on a PU book has reached a
warning level. Next level of support should be notified
of potential problem.
14020079 14020079
Explanation: All DCAs have detected a critical logic
over temperature in the called PU enclosure.
Failing Item:
v ANY-NODE
1402007A 1402007A
Explanation: A fault has been detected on MCM1 in
the PU book indicated in failure information. See
Power fault reason code for further information and
contact next level of support.
Failing Item:
v MCM1
1402007B 1402007B
Explanation: A fault has been detected on MCM2 in
the PU book indicated in failure information. See
Power fault reason code for further information and
contact next level of support.
Failing Item:
v MCM2
1402007C 1402007C
Explanation: A fault has been detected on MCM3 in
the PU book indicated in failure information. See
Power fault reason code for further information and
contact next level of support.
Failing Item:
v MCM3
1402007D 1402007D
Explanation: A fault has been detected on MCM4 in
the PU book indicated in failure information. See
Power fault reason code for further information and
contact next level of support.
Failing Item:
v MCM4
1402007E 1402007E
Explanation: There is a problem with sensed and
passed configuration of the MCMs that are installed in
the system.
1402007F 1402007F
Explanation: LGA shorts test has failed.
Failing Item:
v MCM1
v MCM2
v ANY-NODE
14020080 14020080
Explanation: All DCAs in CEC assembly have
recieved bad voltage settings from VPD. Contact next
level of support for resolution of this issue. The
affected hardware will not power on.
14020081 14020081
Explanation: Input power to BPA A has been lost or
partially lost.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v BPR-2A
v BPR-3A
v CBL-PWRC-BPE-A1-PWR
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14020082 14020082
Explanation: The input power to BPA B has been lost
or partially lost.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1B
v BPR-2B
v BPR-3B
v CBL-PWRC-BPE-B1-PWR
v BPC-B
14020076 • 14020082
(1402) Reference codes 49
v BPE-BOARD-B
14020083 14020083
Explanation: Input power to BPA A has been lost or
partially lost.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4A
v BPR-5A
v BPR-6A
v CBL-PWRC-BPE-A2-PWR
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14020084 14020084
Explanation: Input power to BPA B has been lost or
partially lost.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4B
v BPR-5B
v BPR-6B
v CBL-PWRC-BPE-B2-PWR
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14020085 14020085
Explanation: The thermal sensor(s) on a PU book has
indicated a thermal problem and one or more DCAs
have turned off. Notify next level of support for further
action.
14020086 14020086
Explanation: BPA A has determined that there is an
unsupported mix of different BPR part numbers. IBM
support should identify that the proper parts are in the
BPA and which to remove.
14020087 14020087
Explanation: BPA B has determined that there is an
unsupported mix of different BPR part numbers. IBM
support should identify that the proper parts are in the
BPA and which to remove.
14020088 14020088
Explanation: The chilled input water to MWU3 is out
of specification (to Hot) or there is an issue with flow.
(Monitored by MWU3) If unable to correct contact IBM
support.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14020089 14020089
Explanation: The chilled input water to MWU4 is out
of specification (to Hot) or there is an issue with flow.
(Monitored by MWU4) If unable to correct contact IBM
support.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
1402008A 1402008A
Explanation: The chilled input water to MWU3 is out
of specification (to cold) or there is an issue with flow.
(Monitored by MWU3) If unable to correct contact IBM
support.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
1402008B 1402008B
Explanation: The chilled input water to MWU4 is out
of specification (to cold) or there is an issue with flow.
(Monitored by MWU4) If unable to correct contact IBM
support.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
1402008F 1402008F
Explanation: The system has reached a critical state
that indicates a problem with the system input chilled
water. If unable to correct condition contact next level
of support.
14020090 14020090
Explanation: Input power has reached a low threshold
on BPA A line cord 1. Input should be corrected or
contact next level of service support for assistance.
14020091 14020091
Explanation: Input power has reached a high
threshold on BPA A line cord 2. Input should be
corrected or contact next level of service support for
assistance.
14020092 14020092
Explanation: Input power has reached a low threshold
on BPA B line cord 1. Input should be corrected or
contact next level of service support for assistance.
14020083 • 14020092
50 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020093 14020093
Explanation: Input power has reached a high
threshold on BPA B line cord 2. Input should be
corrected or contact next level of service support for
assistance.
140200F0 140200F0
Explanation: The temperature sensed in a PU book
has reached a warning level. Next level of support
should be notified of potential problem.
140200F1 140200F1
Explanation: The temperature sensed in a PU book
has returned to normal from a warning level. Next
level of support should be notified of potential
problem.
140200F2 140200F2
Explanation: The temperature sensed in a PU book is
approaching a critcal level. Next level of support
should be notified of potential problem.
140200F3 140200F3
Explanation: The temperature sensed in a PU book
has returned to normal. Next level of support should
be notified of potential problem.
140200F4 140200F4
Explanation: The room temperature sensed at the
UEPO switch has returned to normal. Next level of
support should be notified of potential problem.
140200F5 140200F5
Explanation: The input water temperature sensed by
MWU1 has returned to normal. IBM support should be
notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
140200F6 140200F6
Explanation: The input water temperature sensed by
MWU2 has returned to normal. IBM support should be
notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
140200F7 140200F7
Explanation: Low power mode has been entered. This
src is for information only and is not by itself an
indication of error.
140200F8 140200F8
Explanation: Low power mode has been exited. This
src is for information only and is not by itself an
indication of error.
140200F9 140200F9
Explanation: The input water temperature sensed by
MWU3 has returned to normal. IBM support should be
notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
140200FA 140200FA
Explanation: The input water temperature sensed by
MWU4 has returned to normal. IBM support should be
notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
140200FB 140200FB
Explanation: The temperature sensed by BPA A has
returned to normal. IBM support should be notified of
potential problem if this occurs without cause being
identified.
140200FC 140200FC
Explanation: The temperature sensed by BPA B has
returned to normal. IBM support should be notified of
potential problem if this occurs without cause being
identified.
140200FD 140200FD
Explanation: The Ambient Room Humidity has
returned to normal. IBM support should be notified of
potential problem if this occurs without cause being
identified.
140200FE 140200FE
Explanation: The Room Dew Point value has returned
to normal. IBM support should be notified of potential
problem if this occurs without cause being identified.
140200FF 140200FF
Explanation: A water issue has been sensed in
specified enclosure. Check all water connections to the
drawer/cage. Next level of support should be notified
of potential problem.
Failing Item:
v CAGE1
14020093 • 140200FF
(1402) Reference codes 51
14020100 14020100
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 0 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020101 14020101
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 1 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020102 14020102
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 2 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020103 14020103
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 3 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020104 14020104
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 4 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020105 14020105
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 5 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020106 14020106
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 6 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020107 14020107
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 7 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020108 14020108
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 8 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020109 14020109
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 9 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020110 14020110
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 10 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020111 14020111
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 11 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020112 14020112
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 12 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020113 14020113
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 13 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020114 14020114
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 14 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020115 14020115
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 15 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020116 14020116
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 16 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020117 14020117
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 17 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020118 14020118
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 18 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020119 14020119
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 19 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020100 • 14020119
52 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020120 14020120
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 20 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020121 14020121
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 21 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020122 14020122
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 22 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020123 14020123
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 23 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020124 14020124
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 24 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020125 14020125
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 25 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020126 14020126
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 26 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020127 14020127
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 27 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020128 14020128
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 28 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020129 14020129
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 29 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020130 14020130
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 30 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020131 14020131
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 31 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020132 14020132
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 32 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020133 14020133
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 33 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020134 14020134
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 34 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020135 14020135
Explanation: There has been an internal bulk power
software error.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14020136 14020136
Explanation: A PU book has entered throttling mode.
14020137 14020137
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 37 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020138 14020138
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 38 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020139 14020139
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 39 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020120 • 14020139
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14020140 14020140
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 40 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020141 14020141
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 41 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020142 14020142
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 42 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020143 14020143
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 43 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020144 14020144
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 44 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020145 14020145
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 45 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020146 14020146
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 46 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020147 14020147
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 47 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020148 14020148
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 48 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020149 14020149
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 49 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020150 14020150
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 35 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020151 14020151
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 36 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14020160 14020160
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number one
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-1
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020161 14020161
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number two
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-2
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020162 14020162
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number
three is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-3
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020163 14020163
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number one
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-4
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020140 • 14020163
54 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020164 14020164
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number two
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-5
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020165 14020165
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number
three is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-6
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020166 14020166
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number four
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-7
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020167 14020167
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number five
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-8
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020168 14020168
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number six
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-9
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020169 14020169
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number four
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-10
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020170 14020170
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number five
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-11
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020171 14020171
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number six
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-12
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020190 14020190
Explanation: Input power has reached a high
threshold on BPA A line cord 1. Input should be
corrected or contact next level of service support for
assistance.
14020191 14020191
Explanation: Input power has reached a high
threshold on BPA A line cord 2. Input should be
corrected or contact next level of service support for
assistance.
14020192 14020192
Explanation: Input power has reached a high
threshold on BPA B line cord 1. Input should be
corrected or contact next level of service support for
assistance.
14020164 • 14020192
(1402) Reference codes 55
14020193 14020193
Explanation: Input power has reached a high
threshold on BPA B line cord 2. Input should be
corrected or contact next level of service support for
assistance.
14020200 14020200
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 0 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020201 14020201
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 1 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020202 14020202
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 2 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020203 14020203
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 3 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020204 14020204
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 4 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020205 14020205
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 5 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020206 14020206
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 6 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020207 14020207
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 7 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020208 14020208
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 8 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020209 14020209
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 8 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020210 14020210
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 10 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020211 14020211
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 11 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020212 14020212
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 12 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020213 14020213
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 13 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020214 14020214
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 14 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020215 14020215
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 15 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020216 14020216
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 16 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020217 14020217
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 17 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020193 • 14020217
56 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020218 14020218
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 18 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020219 14020219
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 19 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020220 14020220
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 20 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020221 14020221
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 21 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020222 14020222
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 22 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020223 14020223
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 23 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020224 14020224
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 24 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020225 14020225
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 25 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020226 14020226
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 26 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020227 14020227
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 27 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020228 14020228
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 28 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020229 14020229
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 29 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020230 14020230
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 30 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020231 14020231
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 31 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020232 14020232
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 32 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020233 14020233
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 33 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020234 14020234
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 34 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020235 14020235
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 35 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020236 14020236
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 36 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020237 14020237
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 37 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020218 • 14020237
(1402) Reference codes 57
14020238 14020238
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 38 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020239 14020239
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 39 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020240 14020240
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 40 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020241 14020241
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 41 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020242 14020242
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 42 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020243 14020243
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 43 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020244 14020244
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 44 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020245 14020245
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 45 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020246 14020246
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 46 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020247 14020247
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 47 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020248 14020248
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 48 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020249 14020249
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 49 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14020260 14020260
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number one
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-1
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020261 14020261
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number two
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-2
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020262 14020262
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number
three is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-3
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020263 14020263
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number one
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-4
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020238 • 14020263
58 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020264 14020264
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number two
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-5
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020265 14020265
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number
three is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-6
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020266 14020266
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number four
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-7
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020267 14020267
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number five
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-8
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020268 14020268
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number six
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-9
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020269 14020269
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number four
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-10
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020270 14020270
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number five
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-11
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020271 14020271
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number six
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-12
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020300 14020300
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected on voltage level 0 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020301 14020301
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected on voltage level 1 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020302 14020302
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 2 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020303 14020303
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 3 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020264 • 14020303
(1402) Reference codes 59
14020304 14020304
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 4 level for the specified cage
or drawer.
14020305 14020305
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 5 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020306 14020306
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 6 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020307 14020307
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 7 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020308 14020308
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 8 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020309 14020309
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 9 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020310 14020310
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 10 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020311 14020311
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 11 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020312 14020312
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 12 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020313 14020313
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 13 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020314 14020314
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 14 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020315 14020315
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 15 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020316 14020316
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 16 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020317 14020317
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 17 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020318 14020318
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 18 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020319 14020319
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 19 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020320 14020320
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 20 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020321 14020321
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 21 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020322 14020322
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 22 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020323 14020323
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 13 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020304 • 14020323
60 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020324 14020324
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 24 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020325 14020325
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 25 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020326 14020326
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 26 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020327 14020327
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 27 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020328 14020328
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 28 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020329 14020329
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 29 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020330 14020330
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 30 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020331 14020331
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 31 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020332 14020332
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 32 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020333 14020333
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 33 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020334 14020334
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 34 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020335 14020335
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 35 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020336 14020336
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 36 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020337 14020337
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 37 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020338 14020338
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 38 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020339 14020339
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 39 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020340 14020340
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 40 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020341 14020341
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 41 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020342 14020342
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 42 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020343 14020343
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 43 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020324 • 14020343
(1402) Reference codes 61
14020344 14020344
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 44 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020345 14020345
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 45 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020346 14020346
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 46 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020347 14020347
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 47 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020348 14020348
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 48 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL48
14020349 14020349
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 49 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL49
14020360 14020360
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number one
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-1
v IO_DCA-01
14020361 14020361
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number two
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-2
v IO_DCA-01
14020362 14020362
Explanation: DCA 1's Air Moving Device number
three is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-3
v IO_DCA-01
14020363 14020363
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number one
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-4
v IO_DCA-02
14020364 14020364
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number two
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-5
v IO_DCA-02
14020365 14020365
Explanation: DCA 2's Air Moving Device number
three is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-6
v IO_DCA-02
14020400 14020400
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 0 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020401 14020401
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 1 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020402 14020402
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 2 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020403 14020403
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 3 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020344 • 14020403
62 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020404 14020404
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 4 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020405 14020405
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 5 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020406 14020406
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 6 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020407 14020407
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 7 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020408 14020408
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 8 specified cage or drawer.
14020409 14020409
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 9 specified cage or drawer.
14020410 14020410
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 10 specified cage or drawer.
14020411 14020411
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 11 specified cage or drawer.
14020412 14020412
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 12 specified cage or drawer.
14020413 14020413
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 13 specified cage or drawer.
14020414 14020414
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 14 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020415 14020415
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 15 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020416 14020416
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 16 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020417 14020417
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 17 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020418 14020418
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 18 specified cage or drawer.
14020419 14020419
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 19 specified cage or drawer.
14020420 14020420
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 20 specified cage or drawer.
14020421 14020421
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 21 specified cage or drawer.
14020422 14020422
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 22 specified cage or drawer.
14020423 14020423
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 23 specified cage or drawer.
14020424 14020424
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 24 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020425 14020425
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 25 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020404 • 14020425
(1402) Reference codes 63
14020426 14020426
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 26 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020427 14020427
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 27 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020428 14020428
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 28 specified cage or drawer.
14020429 14020429
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 29 specified cage or drawer.
14020430 14020430
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 30 specified cage or drawer.
14020431 14020431
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 31 specified cage or drawer.
14020432 14020432
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 32 specified cage or drawer.
14020433 14020433
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 33 specified cage or drawer.
14020434 14020434
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 34 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020435 14020435
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 35 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020436 14020436
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 36 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020437 14020437
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 37 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020438 14020438
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 38 specified cage or drawer.
14020439 14020439
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 39 specified cage or drawer.
14020440 14020440
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 40 specified cage or drawer.
14020441 14020441
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 41 specified cage or drawer.
14020442 14020442
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 42 specified cage or drawer.
14020443 14020443
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 43 specified cage or drawer.
14020444 14020444
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 44 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020445 14020445
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 45 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020446 14020446
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 46 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020447 14020447
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 47 for the specified cage or
drawer.
14020426 • 14020447
64 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020448 14020448
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 48 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL48
14020449 14020449
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 49 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL49
14020501 14020501
Explanation: Blower number one in the disk enclosure
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-1
14020502 14020502
Explanation: Blower number two in the disk enclosure
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-2
14020503 14020503
Explanation: Blower number three in the disk
enclosure is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-3
14020504 14020504
Explanation: Blower number four in the disk
enclosure is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-4
14020505 14020505
Explanation: Blower number five in the disk enclosure
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-5
14020506 14020506
Explanation: Blower number six in the disk enclosure
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-6
14020507 14020507
Explanation: Blower number seven in the disk
enclosure is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-7
14020508 14020508
Explanation: Blower number eight in the disk
enclosure is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-8
14020509 14020509
Explanation: Blower number nine in the disk
enclosure is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-9
14020510 14020510
Explanation: Blower number ten in the disk enclosure
is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-10
14020511 14020511
Explanation: Blower number eleven in the disk
enclosure is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-11
14020512 14020512
Explanation: Blower number twelve in the disk
enclosure is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-12
14020551 14020551
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
one.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD1
14020448 • 14020551
(1402) Reference codes 65
14020552 14020552
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
one.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD1
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020553 14020553
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
one.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD1
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020554 14020554
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
two.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD2
14020555 14020555
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
two.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD2
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020556 14020556
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
two.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD2
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020557 14020557
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
three.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD3
14020558 14020558
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
three.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD3
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020559 14020559
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
three.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD3
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
1402055A 1402055A
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
four.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD4
1402055B 1402055B
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
four.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD4
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402055C 1402055C
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
four.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD4
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020552 • 1402055C
66 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
1402055D 1402055D
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
five.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD5
1402055E 1402055E
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
five.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD5
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402055F 1402055F
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
five.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD5
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020560 14020560
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
six.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD6
14020561 14020561
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
six.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD6
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020562 14020562
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
six.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD6
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020563 14020563
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
seven.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD7
14020564 14020564
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
seven.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD7
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020565 14020565
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
seven.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD7
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020566 14020566
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
eight.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD8
14020567 14020567
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
eight.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD8
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020568 14020568
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
eight.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD8
v IO_DCA-02
1402055D • 14020568
(1402) Reference codes 67
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020569 14020569
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
nine.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD9
1402056A 1402056A
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
nine.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD9
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402056B 1402056B
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
nine.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD9
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
1402056C 1402056C
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
ten.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD10
1402056D 1402056D
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
ten.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD10
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402056E 1402056E
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
ten.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD10
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
1402056F 1402056F
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
eleven.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD11
14020570 14020570
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
eleven.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD11
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020571 14020571
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
eleven.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD11
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020572 14020572
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
twelve.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD12
14020573 14020573
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
twelve.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD12
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020574 14020574
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
twelve.
Failing Item:
14020569 • 14020574
68 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v PORTCARD12
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020575 14020575
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
thirteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD13
14020576 14020576
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
thirteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD13
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020577 14020577
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
thirteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD13
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020578 14020578
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
fourteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD14
14020579 14020579
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
fourteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD14
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402057A 1402057A
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
fourteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD14
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
1402057B 1402057B
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
fifteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD15
1402057C 1402057C
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
fifteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD15
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402057D 1402057D
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
fifteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD15
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
1402057E 1402057E
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
sixteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD16
1402057F 1402057F
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
sixteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD16
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
14020575 • 1402057F
(1402) Reference codes 69
v MIDPLANE
14020580 14020580
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
sixteen.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD16
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020760 14020760
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-1
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020761 14020761
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-2
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020762 14020762
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number three is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-3
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020763 14020763
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number four is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-4
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020764 14020764
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number five is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-5
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020765 14020765
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number six is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-6
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020766 14020766
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number seven is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-7
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020767 14020767
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number eight is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-8
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020768 14020768
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number nine is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-9
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020580 • 14020768
70 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14020769 14020769
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number ten is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-10
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020770 14020770
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number eleven is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-11
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020771 14020771
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number tweleve is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-12
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14020777 14020777
Explanation: This SRC is used to collect data or logs
and does not indicate an error or hardware problem.
Data will be sent to next level of support.
14020960 14020960
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-1
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020961 14020961
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-2
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020962 14020962
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number three is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-3
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020963 14020963
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number four is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-4
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020964 14020964
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number five is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-5
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020965 14020965
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number six is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-6
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020966 14020966
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number seven is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-7
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020769 • 14020966
(1402) Reference codes 71
14020967 14020967
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number eight is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-8
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020968 14020968
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number nine is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-9
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020969 14020969
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number ten is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-10
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020970 14020970
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number eleven is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-11
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020971 14020971
Explanation: Disk enclosure Air Moving Device
number tweleve is defective.
Failing Item:
v MSAA-12
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14020FFF 14020FFF
Explanation: Water cooling to an enclosure
(drawer/cage) has returned to normal. Next level of
support should be notified of potential problem.
Failing Item:
v CAGE1
14021081 14021081
Explanation: The VPD in CEC main storage can not
be accessed or has a problem that is preventing the
CEC from powering on.
Failing Item:
v FRUVPDMEMORY
14021082 14021082
Explanation: VPD resolution failure in the cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRUVPDBUS
14021301 14021301
Explanation: The DASD backplane is defective.
14021302 14021302
Explanation: The IO planar is defective.
14021304 14021304
Explanation: This is a defective DASD on Backplane
one.
14021305 14021305
Explanation: This is a defective DASD on Backplane
two.
14021306 14021306
Explanation: This is a defective DASD on Backplane
three.
14021307 14021307
Explanation: This is a defective DASD on Backplane
four.
14021308 14021308
Explanation: This is a switch riser card.
14020967 • 14021308
72 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14021309 14021309
Explanation: This is a switch PLANAR card.
1402130A 1402130A
Explanation: An error has been detected on the TRES
planar one.
Failing Item:
v PLANAR1
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402130B 1402130B
Explanation: An error has been detected on the TRES
planar two.
Failing Item:
v PLANAR2
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402130C 1402130C
Explanation: An error has been detected on the TRES
planar one.
Failing Item:
v PLANAR1
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
1402130D 1402130D
Explanation: An error has been detected on the TRES
planar two.
Failing Item:
v PLANAR2
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
1402130E 1402130E
Explanation: An error has been detected on the
conduit card.
Failing Item:
v CONDUIT
1402130F 1402130F
Explanation: An error has been detected on the
conduit card.
Failing Item:
v CONDUIT
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14021310 14021310
Explanation: An error has been detected on the
conduit card.
Failing Item:
v CONDUIT
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14021311 14021311
Explanation: An error has been detected on the DASD
backplane.
Failing Item:
v DASDBACKPLANE
14021312 14021312
Explanation: An error has been detected on the DASD
backplane.
Failing Item:
v DASDBACKPLANE
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
14021313 14021313
Explanation: An error has been detected on the DASD
backplane.
Failing Item:
v DASDBACKPLANE
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
14021309 • 14021313
(1402) Reference codes 73
14021314 14021314
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
one.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD1
14021315 14021315
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
one.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD1
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
v DASDBACKPLANE
14021316 14021316
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
one.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD1
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
v DASDBACKPLANE
14021317 14021317
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
two.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD2
14021318 14021318
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
two.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD2
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
v DASDBACKPLANE
14021319 14021319
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
two.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD2
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
v DASDBACKPLANE
1402131A 1402131A
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
three.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD3
1402131B 1402131B
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
three.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD3
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
v DASDBACKPLANE
1402131C 1402131C
Explanation: An error has been detected on the port
card three.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD3
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
v DASDBACKPLANE
1402131D 1402131D
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
four.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD4
14021314 • 1402131D
74 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
1402131E 1402131E
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
four.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD4
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
v DASDBACKPLANE
1402131F 1402131F
Explanation: An error has been detected on port card
four.
Failing Item:
v PORTCARD4
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
v CONDUIT
v DASDBACKPLANE
14022043 14022043
Explanation: Bulk power fan one is defective in
BPA-A.
Failing Item:
v BPF-A1
v BPC-A
14022044 14022044
Explanation: Bulk power fan two is defective in
BPA-A.
Failing Item:
v BPF-A2
v BPC-A
14022045 14022045
Explanation: Bulk power fan Three is defective in
BPA-A.
Failing Item:
v BPF-A3
v BPC-A
14022046 14022046
Explanation: Bulk power fan four is defective in
BPA-A.
Failing Item:
v BPF-A4
v BPC-A
14022047 14022047
Explanation: Bulk power fan one is defective in
BPA-B.
Failing Item:
v BPF-B1
v BPC-B
14022048 14022048
Explanation: Bulk power fan two is defective in
BPA-B.
Failing Item:
v BPF-B2
v BPC-B
14022049 14022049
Explanation: Bulk power fan Three is defective in
BPA-B.
Failing Item:
v BPF-B3
v BPC-B
14022050 14022050
Explanation: Bulk power fan four is defective in
BPA-B.
Failing Item:
v BPF-B4
v BPC-B
14022051 14022051
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v IO_DCA-01
14022052 14022052
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v IO_DCA-02
1402131E • 14022052
(1402) Reference codes 75
14022054 14022054
Explanation: The bulk power fan is defective in
BPA-A.
Failing Item:
v BPF-A
v BPC-A
14022055 14022055
Explanation: The bulk power fan is defective in
BPA-B.
Failing Item:
v BPF-B
v BPC-B
14022056 14022056
Explanation: A local I2C failure has been detected on
DCA1
Failing Item:
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
14022057 14022057
Explanation: A local I2C failure has been detected on
DCA2
Failing Item:
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14022058 14022058
Explanation: A Plug ID error has been detected on
DCA1
Failing Item:
v IO_DCA-01
v MIDPLANE
14022059 14022059
Explanation: A Plug ID error has been detected on
DCA2
Failing Item:
v IO_DCA-02
v MIDPLANE
1402205A 1402205A
Explanation: A defective TRES midplane has been
detected.
Failing Item:
v MIDPLANE
1402205B 1402205B
Explanation: A defective TRES midplane has been
detected.
Failing Item:
v MIDPLANE
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
1402205C 1402205C
Explanation: A defective TRES midplane has been
detected.
Failing Item:
v MIDPLANE
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
1402205D 1402205D
Explanation: A defective disk enclosure midplane has
been detected.
Failing Item:
v MIDPLANE
1402205E 1402205E
Explanation: A defective disk enclousure midplane
has been detected.
Failing Item:
v MIDPLANE
v IO_DCA-01
v IO_DCA-02
1402205F 1402205F
Explanation: A defective disk enclosure midplane has
been detected.
Failing Item:
v MIDPLANE
v IO_DCA-02
v IO_DCA-01
14022054 • 1402205F
76 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14022069 14022069
Explanation: All DCAs reported 'No airflow in cage' -
Make sure that there are no blocked or dirty air inlet or
filters. Verify that all unused logic positions are filled
with filler books and that all 'circulation flaps' inside
affected Air Moving Enclosure are not blocked.
14022081 14022081
Explanation: Input power to BPA A has been lost or
partially lost.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v BPR-2A
v BPR-3A
v BPR-4A
v CBL-PWRC-BPE-A2-PWR
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022082 14022082
Explanation: The input power to BPA B has been lost
or partially lost.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1B
v BPR-2B
v BPR-3B
v BPR-4B
v CBL-PWRC-BPE-B2-PWR
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
140220B9 140220B9
Explanation: The EPO panel or the cable between
both BPCs and EPO panel is defective.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v CBL-BPCA-EPO
v CBL-BPCB-EPO
v BPC-A
v BPC-B
140220C1 140220C1
Explanation: The UEPO switch on the BPC A-side is
defective or in the BYPASS posistion. Switch to the
NORMAL posistion.
Failing Item:
v BPC-A
140220C2 140220C2
Explanation: The BPC on the A-side has detected an
open UEPO loop.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v BPC-A
v BPR-1A
v BPR-2A
v BPR-3A
v CBL-BPCA-EPO
v BPE-BOARD-A
140221AB 140221AB
Explanation: A communication fault between BPC A
and the load on port J10 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-10-B
140221AC 140221AC
Explanation: A communication fault between BPC A
and the load on port J10 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-10-C
140221B9 140221B9
Explanation: The EPO panel or the cable between
both BPCHs and EPO panel is defective.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v CBL-BPCHA-EPO
v CBL-BPCHB-EPO
v BPCH-A
v BPCH-B
140221BB 140221BB
Explanation: A communication fault between BPC A
and the load on port J11 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-11-B
140221BC 140221BC
Explanation: A communication fault between BPC A
and the load on port J11 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-11-C
14022069 • 140221BC
(1402) Reference codes 77
140221C1 140221C1
Explanation: The UEPO switch on the BPC B-side is
defective or in the BYPASS posistion. Switch to the
NORMAL posistion.
Failing Item:
v BPC-B
140221C2 140221C2
Explanation: The BPC on the B-side has detected an
open UEPO loop.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v BPC-B
v BPR-1B
v BPR-2B
v BPR-3B
v CBL-BPCB-EPO
v BPE-BOARD-B
1402221A 1402221A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J01 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-01-A
1402222A 1402222A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J02 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-02-A
1402223A 1402223A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J03 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-03-A
1402224A 1402224A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J04 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-04-A
14022251 14022251
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v P2_CEC_DCA-01
14022252 14022252
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v P2-CEC-DCA_02
1402225A 1402225A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J05 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-05-A
1402226A 1402226A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J06 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-06-A
1402227A 1402227A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J07 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-07-A
1402227B 1402227B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J07 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-07-B
1402227C 1402227C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J07 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-07-C
1402228A 1402228A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J08 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-08-A
140221C1 • 1402228A
78 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
1402228B 1402228B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J08 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-08-B
1402228C 1402228C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J08 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-08-C
1402229A 1402229A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J09 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-09-A
1402229B 1402229B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J09 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-09-B
1402229C 1402229C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J09 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-09-C
140222AA 140222AA
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J10 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-10-A
140222AB 140222AB
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J10 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-10-B
140222AC 140222AC
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1A and the load on port J10 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-10-C
140222C1 140222C1
Explanation: The UEPO switch on the BPCH A-side is
defective or in the BYPASS posistion. Switch to the
NORMAL posistion.
Failing Item:
v BPCH-A
140222C2 140222C2
Explanation: The BPCH on the A-side has detected an
open UEPO loop.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v BPCH-A
v BPR-1A
v BPR-2A
v BPR-3A
v CBL-BPCHA-EPO
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022301 14022301
Explanation: Water cooling system one has failed to
adequately cool.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-1
v MWU-1
14022302 14022302
Explanation: Water cooling system two has failed to
adequately cool.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-2
v MWU-2
14022303 14022303
Explanation: A problem with water supply has been
be detected on water cooling system one.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-1
v MWU-1
14022304 14022304
Explanation: A problem with water supply has been
be detected on water cooling system two.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-2
1402228B • 14022304
(1402) Reference codes 79
v MWU-2
14022305 14022305
Explanation: A leak has been detectected on water
cooling system one.
Failing Item:
v MWU-1
v MDAW-1
14022306 14022306
Explanation: A leak has been detectected on water
cooling system two.
Failing Item:
v MWU-2
v MDAW-2
14022309 14022309
Explanation: A Problem has been detectected on the
fill and drain tool.
Failing Item:
v MDA-FD-A
v FDT-A
1402230A 1402230A
Explanation: A Problem has been detectected on the
fill and drain tool.
Failing Item:
v MDA-FD-B
v FDT-B
1402230B 1402230B
Explanation: A Problem has been detectected on the
fill and drain tool.
Failing Item:
v FDT-A
1402230C 1402230C
Explanation: A Problem has been detectected on the
fill and drain tool.
Failing Item:
v FDT-B
1402230D 1402230D
Explanation: A Problem has been detectected on the
fill and drain tool.
Failing Item:
v MDA-FD-A
1402230E 1402230E
Explanation: A Problem has been detectected on the
fill and drain tool.
Failing Item:
v MDA-FD-B
1402230F 1402230F
Explanation: Water cooling system three has failed to
adequately cool.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-3
v MWU-3
14022310 14022310
Explanation: Water cooling system four has failed to
adequately cool.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-4
v MWU-4
14022311 14022311
Explanation: A problem with water supply has been
be detected on water cooling system three.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-3
v MWU-3
14022312 14022312
Explanation: A problem with water supply has been
be detected on water cooling system four.
Failing Item:
v MDAW-4
v MWU-4
14022313 14022313
Explanation: A leak has been detectected on water
cooling system three.
Failing Item:
v MWU-3
v MDAW-3
14022314 14022314
Explanation: A leak has been detectected on water
cooling system four.
Failing Item:
v MWU-4
14022305 • 14022314
80 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v MDAW-4
14022315 14022315
Explanation: An error has been detected on the MDA
of WCU-1
Failing Item:
v MDAW-1
v MWU-1
14022316 14022316
Explanation: An error has been detected on the MDA
of WCU-2
Failing Item:
v MDAW-2
v MWU-2
14022317 14022317
Explanation: An error has been detected on the MDA
of WCU-3
Failing Item:
v MDAW-3
v MWU-3
14022318 14022318
Explanation: An error has been detected on the MDA
of WCU-4
Failing Item:
v MDAW-4
v MWU-4
1402231A 1402231A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J01 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-01-A
14022320 14022320
Explanation: An error has been detected on WCU-1 or
its MDA
Failing Item:
v MWU-1
v MDAW-1
14022321 14022321
Explanation: An error has been detected on WCU-2 or
its MDA
Failing Item:
v MWU-2
v MDAW-2
14022322 14022322
Explanation: An error has been detected on WCU-3 or
its MDA
Failing Item:
v MWU-3
v MDAW-3
14022323 14022323
Explanation: An error has been detected on WCU-4 or
its MDA
Failing Item:
v MWU-4
v MDAW-4
1402232A 1402232A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J02 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-02-A
1402232B 1402232B
Explanation: A WCU-1 sensor has failed in place
Failing Item:
v MWU-1
v MDAW-1
1402232C 1402232C
Explanation: A WCU-2 sensor has failed in place
Failing Item:
v MWU-2
v MDAW-2
1402232D 1402232D
Explanation: A WCU-3 sensor has failed in place
Failing Item:
v MWU-3
v MDAW-3
14022315 • 1402232D
(1402) Reference codes 81
1402232E 1402232E
Explanation: A WCU-4 sensor has failed in place
Failing Item:
v MWU-4
v MDAW-4
1402233A 1402233A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J03 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-03-A
1402234A 1402234A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J04 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-04-A
14022351 14022351
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v P3_CEC_DCA-01
14022352 14022352
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v P3-CEC-DCA_02
1402235A 1402235A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J05 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-05-A
1402236A 1402236A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J06 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-06-A
1402237A 1402237A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J07 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-07-A
1402237B 1402237B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J07 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-07-B
1402237C 1402237C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J07 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-07-C
1402238A 1402238A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J08 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-08-A
1402238B 1402238B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J08 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-08-B
1402238C 1402238C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J08 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-08-C
1402239A 1402239A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J09 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-09-A
1402239B 1402239B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J09 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-09-B
1402239C 1402239C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J09 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
1402232E • 1402239C
82 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPD2A-PORT-09-C
140223AA 140223AA
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J10 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-10-A
140223AB 140223AB
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J10 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-10-B
140223AC 140223AC
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2A and the load on port J10 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-10-C
140223C1 140223C1
Explanation: The UEPO switch on the BPCH B-side is
defective or in the BYPASS posistion. Switch to the
NORMAL posistion.
Failing Item:
v BPCH-B
140223C2 140223C2
Explanation: The BPCH on the B-side has detected an
open UEPO loop.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v BPCH-B
v BPR-1B
v BPR-2B
v BPR-3B
v CBL-BPCHB-EPO
v BPE-BOARD-B
1402241A 1402241A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
3A and the load on port J01 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD3A-PORT-01-A
1402242A 1402242A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
3A and the load on port J02 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD3A-PORT-02-A
1402243A 1402243A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
3A and the load on port J03 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD3A-PORT-03-A
1402244A 1402244A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
3A and the load on port J04 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD3A-PORT-04-A
14022451 14022451
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v P4_CEC_DCA-01
14022452 14022452
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v P4_CEC_DCA-02
14022551 14022551
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v P5_CEC_DCA-01
14022552 14022552
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v P5_CEC_DCA-02
14022651 14022651
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v P6_CEC_DCA-01
140223AA • 14022651
(1402) Reference codes 83
14022652 14022652
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v P6_CEC_DCA-02
14022751 14022751
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v P7_CEC_DCA-01
14022752 14022752
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v P7_CEC_DCA-02
14022851 14022851
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v P8_CEC_DCA-01
14022852 14022852
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v P8_CEC_DCA-02
14022951 14022951
Explanation: DCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v P9_CEC_DCA-01
14022952 14022952
Explanation: DCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v P9_CEC_DCA-02
14022A01 14022A01
Explanation: A communication fault between (BPA-A)
BPC and (BPA-B) BPC.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-01
14022A02 14022A02
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPC
(BPA-A) and BPD 1A has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A03 14022A03
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPC
(BPA-A) and BPD 2A has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD-2A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A04 14022A04
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPC
(BPA-A) and BPD 3A has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD-3A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A05 14022A05
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC A and
BPR 1A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A06 14022A06
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC A and
BPR 2A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A07 14022A07
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC A and
BPR 3A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3A
v BPC-A
14022652 • 14022A07
84 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A08 14022A08
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC A and
BPR 4A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A09 14022A09
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC A and
BPR 5A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A0A 14022A0A
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC A and
BPR 6A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A0B 14022A0B
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC A and
BPH A.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-02
14022A0C 14022A0C
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC A and
BPH B.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-03
14022A10 14022A10
Explanation: BPA-A has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-2A
v BPR-2A
v BPR-3A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A11 14022A11
Explanation: BPR-1A has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-2A
v BPR-2A
v BPR-3A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A12 14022A12
Explanation: BPR-2A has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2A
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-2A
v BPR-1A
v BPR-3A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A13 14022A13
Explanation: BPR-3A has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3A
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-2A
v BPR-1A
v BPR-2A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A14 14022A14
Explanation: BPR-4A has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4A
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-2A
14022A08 • 14022A14
(1402) Reference codes 85
v BPR-5A
v BPR-6A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A15 14022A15
Explanation: BPR-5A has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5A
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-2A
v BPR-4A
v BPR-6A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A16 14022A16
Explanation: BPR-6A has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6A
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-2A
v BPR-4A
v BPR-5A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A20 14022A20
Explanation: A BPA has reported 'No airflow in cage' -
Make sure that there are no blocked or dirty air inlet or
filters. Verify that all unused logic positions are filled
with filler books and that the BPF on the A-side has a
cover over it / BPF on B-side does not.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14022A21 14022A21
Explanation: BPR-1A located in BPA-A has reported
an 'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
14022A22 14022A22
Explanation: BPR-2A located in BPA-A has reported
an 'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2A
14022A23 14022A23
Explanation: BPR-3A located in BPA-A has reported
an 'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3A
14022A24 14022A24
Explanation: BPR-4A located in BPA-A has reported
an 'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4A
14022A25 14022A25
Explanation: BPR-5A located in BPA-A has reported
an 'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5A
14022A26 14022A26
Explanation: BPR-6A located in BPA-A has reported
an 'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6A
14022A31 14022A31
Explanation: BPA-A side detects that IBF-1A has
dropped below a usable level. The system may power
off soon. The IBF will be charged after power is
restored. (IBF is connected to BPA-A BPR-1A)
Failing Item:
v IBF-1A
v BPR-1A
v BPC-A
14022A15 • 14022A31
86 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A32 14022A32
Explanation: BPA-A side detects that IBF-2A has
dropped below a usable level. The system may power
off soon. The IBF will be charged after power is
restored. (IBF is connected to BPA-A BPR-2A)
Failing Item:
v IBF-2A
v BPR-2A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A41 14022A41
Explanation: BPA-A side detects that IBF-1A has been
charged to normal capcity. The IBF is available to again
to provide power. (IBF is connected to BPA-A BPR-1A)
Failing Item:
v IBF-1A
14022A42 14022A42
Explanation: BPA-A side detects that IBF-2A has been
charged to normal capcity. The IBF is available to again
to provide power. (IBF is connected to BPA-A BPR-2A)
Failing Item:
v IBF-2A
14022A51 14022A51
Explanation: BPC-A side detects that IBF-1A is
disconnected. (IBF is connected to BPA-A BPR-1A)
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v IBF-1A
v CBL-IBF1A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A52 14022A52
Explanation: BPC-A side detects that IBF-2A is
disconnected. (IBF is connected to BPA-A BPR-2A)
Failing Item:
v BPR-2A
v IBF-2A
v CBL-IBF2A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022A85 14022A85
Explanation: The A-side BPC has detected that the
cross feed from the B-side has failed.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-07
14022B01 14022B01
Explanation: A communication fault between (BPA-B)
BPC and (BPA-A) BPC.
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-01
14022B02 14022B02
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPC
(BPA-B) and BPD 1B has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD-1B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B03 14022B03
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPC
(BPA-B) and BPD 2B has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD-2B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B04 14022B04
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPC
(BPA-B) and BPD 3B has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD-3B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B05 14022B05
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC B and
BPR 1B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022A32 • 14022B05
(1402) Reference codes 87
14022B06 14022B06
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC B and
BPR 2B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B07 14022B07
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC B and
BPR 3B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B08 14022B08
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC B and
BPR 4B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B09 14022B09
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC B and
BPR 5B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B0A 14022B0A
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC B and
BPR 6B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B0B 14022B0B
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC B and
BPH B.
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-02
14022B0C 14022B0C
Explanation: Communication error btween BPC B and
BPH A.
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-03
14022B10 14022B10
Explanation: BPA-B has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-2A
v BPR-2A
v BPR-3A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14022B11 14022B11
Explanation: BPR-1B has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1B
v BPD-1B
v BPC-B
v BPD-2B
v BPR-2B
v BPR-3B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B12 14022B12
Explanation: BPR-2B has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2B
v BPD-1B
v BPC-B
v BPD-2B
v BPR-1B
v BPR-3B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B13 14022B13
Explanation: BPR-3B has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3B
14022B06 • 14022B13
88 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPD-1B
v BPC-B
v BPD-2B
v BPR-1B
v BPR-2B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B14 14022B14
Explanation: BPR-4B has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4B
v BPD-1B
v BPC-B
v BPD-2B
v BPR-5B
v BPR-6B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B15 14022B15
Explanation: BPR-5B has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5B
v BPD-1B
v BPC-B
v BPD-2B
v BPR-4B
v BPR-6B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B16 14022B16
Explanation: BPR-6B has reported an over-current on
the 350VDC bulk.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6B
v BPD-1B
v BPC-B
v BPD-2B
v BPR-4B
v BPR-5B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B20 14022B20
Explanation: A BPA has reported 'No airflow in cage' -
Make sure that there are no blocked or dirty air inlet or
filters. Verify that all unused logic positions are filled
with filler books and that the BPF on the A-side has a
cover over it / BPF on B-side does not.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14022B21 14022B21
Explanation: BPR-1B located in BPA-B has reported an
'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1B
14022B22 14022B22
Explanation: BPR-2B located in BPA-B has reported an
'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2B
14022B23 14022B23
Explanation: BPR-3B located in BPA-B has reported an
'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3B
14022B24 14022B24
Explanation: BPR-4B located in BPA-B has reported an
'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4B
14022B25 14022B25
Explanation: BPR-5B located in BPA-B has reported an
'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5B
14022B26 14022B26
Explanation: BPR-6B located in BPA-A has reported an
'Over Temperature' Make sure that the Air inlets are
not blocked / filler books installed in empty locations
and no heat source is located near the BPR ASM.
14022B14 • 14022B26
(1402) Reference codes 89
Failing Item:
v BPR-6B
14022B31 14022B31
Explanation: BPA-B side detects that IBF-1B has
dropped below a usable level. The system may power
off soon. The IBF will be charged after power is
restored. (IBF is connected to BPA-B BPR-1B)
Failing Item:
v IBF-1B
v BPR-1B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B32 14022B32
Explanation: BPA-B side detects that IBF-2B has
dropped below a usable level. The system may power
off soon. The IBF will be charged after power is
restored. (IBF is connected to BPA-B BPR-2B)
Failing Item:
v IBF-2B
v BPR-2B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B41 14022B41
Explanation: BPA-B side detects that IBF-1B has been
charged to normal capcity. The IBF is available to again
to provide power. (IBF is connected to BPA-B BPR-1B)
Failing Item:
v IBF-1B
14022B42 14022B42
Explanation: BPA-B side detects that IBF-2B has been
charged to normal capcity. The IBF is available to again
to provide power. (IBF is connected to BPA-B BPR-2B)
Failing Item:
v IBF-2B
14022B51 14022B51
Explanation: BPC-B side detects that IBF-1B is
disconnected. (IBF is connected to BPA-B BPR-1B)
Failing Item:
v BPR-1B
v IBF-1B
v CBL-IBF1B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B52 14022B52
Explanation: BPC-B side detects that IBF-2B is
disconnected. (IBF is connected to BPA-B BPR-2B)
Failing Item:
v BPR-2B
v IBF-2B
v CBL-IBF2B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14022B85 14022B85
Explanation: The B-side BPC has detected that the
cross feed from the A-side has failed.
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-07
14022C51 14022C51
Explanation: DCCA number one is defective.
Failing Item:
v IH_DCCA-01
14022C52 14022C52
Explanation: DCCA number two is defective.
Failing Item:
v IH_DCCA-02
14023000 14023000
Explanation: BPC A side has detected unmatched
FRUs in the same CageID. Check P/Ns and codelevel
of the Power FRUs in the cage.
14023005 14023005
Explanation: BPC A side has detected miscabling to
DCA port. Correct cabling error.
14023006 14023006
Explanation: BPC A side detects cabling order to a
DCA different than to the other DCAs (This BPA sides
view). Check and correct cable plugging.
14023007 14023007
Explanation: BPC A side detects cabling order to a
MDA different than to the other MDAs (This BPA sides
view). Check and correct cable plugging.
14022B31 • 14023007
90 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14023090 14023090
Explanation: BPC B side has detected unmatched
FRUs in the same CageID. Check P/Ns and codelevel
of the Power FRUs in the cage.
14023095 14023095
Explanation: BPC B side has detected miscabling to
DCA port. Correct cabling error.
14023096 14023096
Explanation: BPC B side detects cabling order to a
DCA different than to the other DCAs (This BPA sides
view). Check and correct cable plugging.
14023097 14023097
Explanation: BPC A side detects cabling order to a
MDA different than to the other MDAs (This BPA sides
view). Check and correct cable plugging.
140231AB 140231AB
Explanation: A communication fault between BPC B
and the load on port J10 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-10-B
140231AC 140231AC
Explanation: A communication fault between BPC B
and the load on port J10 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-10-C
140231BB 140231BB
Explanation: A communication fault between BPC B
and the load on port J11 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-11-B
140231BC 140231BC
Explanation: A communication fault between BPC B
and the load on port J11 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-11-C
1402321A 1402321A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J01 has been detected (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-01-A
1402322A 1402322A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J02 has been detected (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-02-A
1402323A 1402323A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J03 has been detected (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-03-A
1402324A 1402324A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J04 has been detected (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-04-A
1402325A 1402325A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J05 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-05-A
1402326A 1402326A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J06 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-06-A
1402327A 1402327A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J07 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-07-A
1402327B 1402327B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J07 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-07-B
14023090 • 1402327B
(1402) Reference codes 91
1402327C 1402327C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J07 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-07-C
1402328A 1402328A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J08 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-08-A
1402328B 1402328B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J08 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-08-B
1402328C 1402328C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J08 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-08-C
1402329A 1402329A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J09 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-09-A
1402329B 1402329B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J09 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-09-B
1402329C 1402329C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J09 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-09-C
140232AA 140232AA
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J10 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-10-A
140232AB 140232AB
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J10 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-10-B
140232AC 140232AC
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
1B and the load on port J10 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-10-C
1402331A 1402331A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J01 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-01-A
1402332A 1402332A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J02 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-02-A
1402333A 1402333A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J03 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-03-A
1402334A 1402334A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J04 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-04-A
1402335A 1402335A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J05 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-05-A
1402327C • 1402335A
92 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
1402336A 1402336A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J06 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-06-A
1402337A 1402337A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J07 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-07-A
1402337B 1402337B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J07 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-07-B
1402337C 1402337C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J07 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-07-C
1402338A 1402338A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J08 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-08-A
1402338B 1402338B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J08 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-08-B
1402338C 1402338C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J08 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-08-C
1402339B 1402339B
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J09 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-09-B
1402339C 1402339C
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J09 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-09-C
140233AA 140233AA
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J10 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-10-A
140233AB 140233AB
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J10 (B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-10-B
140233AC 140233AC
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
2B and the load on port J10 (C) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-10-C
1402341A 1402341A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
3B and the load on port J01 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD3B-PORT-01-A
1402342A 1402342A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
3B and the load on port J02 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD3B-PORT-02-A
1402343A 1402343A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
3B and the load on port J03 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD3B-PORT-03-A
1402336A • 1402343A
(1402) Reference codes 93
1402344A 1402344A
Explanation: A communication fault between the BPD
3B and the load on port J04 (A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD3B-PORT-04-A
14023A01 14023A01
Explanation: Communication fault between BPCH-A
and BPCH-B.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-01
14023A02 14023A02
Explanation: A communication fault between the
BPCH and BPD (BPA-A) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD-1A
v BPCH-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14023A05 14023A05
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH A
and BPR 1A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v BPCH-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14023A06 14023A06
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH A
and BPR 2A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2A
v BPCH-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14023A07 14023A07
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH A
and BPR 3A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3A
v BPCH-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14023A08 14023A08
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH A
and BPR 4A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4A
v BPCH-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14023A09 14023A09
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH A
and BPR 5A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5A
v BPCH-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14023A0A 14023A0A
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH A
and BPR 6A.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6A
v BPCH-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14023A85 14023A85
Explanation: The A-side BPCH has detected that the
cross feed from the B-side has failed.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-05
14023B01 14023B01
Explanation: Communication fault between BPCH-B
and BPCH-A.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-01
14023B02 14023B02
Explanation: A communication fault between the
BPCH and BPD (BPA-B) has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPD-1B
v BPCH-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
1402344A • 14023B02
94 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14023B05 14023B05
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH B
and BPR 1B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1B
v BPCH-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14023B06 14023B06
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH B
and BPR 2B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2B
v BPCH-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14023B07 14023B07
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH B
and BPR 3B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3B
v BPCH-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14023B08 14023B08
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH B
and BPR 4B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4B
v BPCH-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14023B09 14023B09
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH B
and BPR 5B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5B
v BPCH-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14023B0A 14023B0A
Explanation: Communication error between BPCH B
and BPR 6B.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6B
v BPCH-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14023B85 14023B85
Explanation: The B-side BPCH has detected that the
cross feed from the A-side has failed.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-05
14023C51 14023C51
Explanation: Communication from DCCA to DCCA is
defective.
Failing Item:
v IH_DCCA-01
v IH_DCCA-02
v ANY-NODE
14023C52 14023C52
Explanation: Communication from DCCA to DCCA is
defective.
Failing Item:
v IH_DCCA-02
v IH_DCCA-01
v ANY-NODE
14024001 14024001
Explanation: The Auto-Code-Download (ACDL) of the
power subsystem encountered an error. Contact next
level of support for assistance.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14024002 14024002
Explanation: The frame MTMS was not resolved by
HMC. Contact next level of support for assistance.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14024003 14024003
Explanation: The BPC has found duplicate Mailbox IP
addresses on Network A. Contact next level of support
for assistance.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14023B05 • 14024003
(1402) Reference codes 95
14024004 14024004
Explanation: The BPC has found duplicate Mailbox IP
addresses on Network B. Contact next level of support
for assistance.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14024005 14024005
Explanation: A DHCP address was not assigned on
Network A. Contact next level of support for
assistance.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14024006 14024006
Explanation: The Flash that is loaded on BPC A and B
do not match. Contact next level of support for
assistance.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14024007 14024007
Explanation: A Power redundancy command was run
and produced this log. This is not an error and contains
informationthat development would use to investigate
system FRU redundancy problems.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
140251AB 140251AB
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPC A and the load on its port J10 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-10-B
140251AC 140251AC
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPC A and the load on its port J10 C.
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-10-C
140251BB 140251BB
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPC A and the load on its port J11 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-11-B
140251BC 140251BC
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPC A and the load on its port J11 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPCA-PORT-11-C
1402521A 1402521A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J01 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-01-A
1402522A 1402522A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J02 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-02-A
1402523A 1402523A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J03 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-03-A
1402524A 1402524A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J04 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-04-A
1402525A 1402525A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J05 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-05-A
1402526A 1402526A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J06 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-06-A
1402527A 1402527A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J07 (A).
Failing Item:
14024004 • 1402527A
96 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPD1A-PORT-07-A
1402527B 1402527B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J07 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-07-B
1402527C 1402527C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J07 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-07-C
1402528A 1402528A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J08 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-08-A
1402528B 1402528B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J08 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-08-B
1402528C 1402528C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J08 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-08-C
1402529A 1402529A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J09 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-09-A
1402529B 1402529B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J09 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-09-B
1402529C 1402529C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J09 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-09-C
140252AA 140252AA
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J10 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-10-A
140252AB 140252AB
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J10 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-10-B
140252AC 140252AC
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1A and the load on its port J10 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD1A-PORT-10-C
1402531A 1402531A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J01 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-01-A
1402532A 1402532A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J02 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-02-A
1402533A 1402533A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J03 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-03-A
1402534A 1402534A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J04 (A).
Failing Item:
1402527B • 1402534A
(1402) Reference codes 97
v BPD2A-PORT-04-A
1402535A 1402535A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J05 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-05-A
1402536A 1402536A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J06 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-06-A
1402537A 1402537A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J07 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-07-A
1402537B 1402537B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J07 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-07-B
1402537C 1402537C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J07 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-07-C
1402538A 1402538A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J08 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-08-A
1402538B 1402538B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J08 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-08-B
1402538C 1402538C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J08 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-08-C
1402539A 1402539A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J09 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-09-A
1402539B 1402539B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J09 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-09-B
1402539C 1402539C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J09 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-09-C
140253AA 140253AA
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J10 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-10-A
140253AB 140253AB
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J10 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-10-B
140253AC 140253AC
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J10 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD2A-PORT-10-C
1402541A 1402541A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 3A and the load on its port J01 (A).
Failing Item:
1402535A • 1402541A
98 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPD3A-PORT-01-A
1402542A 1402542A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 3A and the load on its port J02 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD3A-PORT-02-A
1402543A 1402543A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 3A and the load on its port J03 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD3A-PORT-03-A
1402544A 1402544A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2A and the load on its port J04 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD3A-PORT-04-A
14026150 14026150
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 50 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026151 14026151
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 51 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026152 14026152
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 52 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026153 14026153
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 53 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026154 14026154
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 54 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026155 14026155
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 55 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026156 14026156
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 56 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026157 14026157
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 57 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026158 14026158
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 58 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026159 14026159
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 59 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
14026160 14026160
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 60 has
reached the warning undervoltage limit for the
specified cage or drawer.
140261AB 140261AB
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPC B and the load on its port J10 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-10-B
140261AC 140261AC
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPC B and the load on its port J10 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-10-C
140261BB 140261BB
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPC B and the load on its port J11 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-11-B
1402542A • 140261BB
(1402) Reference codes 99
140261BC 140261BC
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPC B and the load on its port J11 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPCB-PORT-11-C
1402621A 1402621A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J01 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-01-A
1402622A 1402622A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J02 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-02-A
1402623A 1402623A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J03 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-03-A
1402624A 1402624A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J04 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-04-A
14026250 14026250
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 50 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026251 14026251
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 51 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026252 14026252
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 52 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026253 14026253
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 53 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026254 14026254
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 54 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026255 14026255
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 55 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026256 14026256
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 56 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026257 14026257
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 57 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026258 14026258
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 58 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
14026259 14026259
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 59 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
1402625A 1402625A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J05 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-05-A
14026260 14026260
Explanation: The voltage on voltage level 60 has
reached the warning over voltage limit for the specified
cage or drawer.
140261BC • 14026260
100 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
1402626A 1402626A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J06 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-06-A
1402627A 1402627A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J07 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-07-A
1402627B 1402627B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J07 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-07-B
1402627C 1402627C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J07 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-07-C
1402628A 1402628A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J08 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-08-A
1402628B 1402628B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J08 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-08-B
1402628C 1402628C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J08 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-08-C
1402629A 1402629A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J09 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-09-A
1402629B 1402629B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J09 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-09-B
1402629C 1402629C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J09 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-09-C
140262AA 140262AA
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J10 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-10-A
140262AB 140262AB
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J10 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-10-B
140262AC 140262AC
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 1B and the load on its port J10 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD1B-PORT-10-C
1402631A 1402631A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J01 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-01-A
1402632A 1402632A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J02 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-02-A
1402626A • 1402632A
(1402) Reference codes 101
1402633A 1402633A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J03 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-03-A
1402634A 1402634A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J04 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-04-A
14026350 14026350
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 50 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL50
14026351 14026351
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 50 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL51
14026352 14026352
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 52 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL52
14026353 14026353
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 53 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL53
14026354 14026354
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 54 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL54
14026355 14026355
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 55 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL55
14026356 14026356
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 56 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL56
14026357 14026357
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 57 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL57
14026358 14026358
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 58 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL58
14026359 14026359
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 59 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL59
1402635A 1402635A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J05 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-05-A
14026360 14026360
Explanation: An over current condition has been
detected for voltage level 60 for the specified cage or
drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL60
1402633A • 14026360
102 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14026361 14026361
Explanation: An octant has had multiple voltage
levels cause it to go critical.
Failing Item:
v OCTANT
1402636A 1402636A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J06 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-06-A
1402637A 1402637A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J07 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-07-A
1402637B 1402637B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J07 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-07-B
1402637C 1402637C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J07 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-07-C
1402638A 1402638A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J08 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-08-A
1402638B 1402638B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J07 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-08-B
1402638C 1402638C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J07 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-08-C
1402639A 1402639A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J09 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-09-A
1402639B 1402639B
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J09 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-09-B
1402639C 1402639C
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J07 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-09-C
140263AA 140263AA
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J10 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-10-A
140263AB 140263AB
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J07 (B).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-10-B
140263AC 140263AC
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 2B and the load on its port J10 (C).
Failing Item:
v BPD2B-PORT-10-C
1402641A 1402641A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 3B and the load on its port J01 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD3B-PORT-01-A
14026361 • 1402641A
(1402) Reference codes 103
1402642A 1402642A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 3B and the load on its port J02 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD3B-PORT-02-A
1402643A 1402643A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 3B and the load on its port J03 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD3B-PORT-03-A
1402644A 1402644A
Explanation: An over current has been detected on
350V between BPD 3B and the load on its port J04 (A).
Failing Item:
v BPD3B-PORT-04-A
14026450 14026450
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 50 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL50
14026451 14026451
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 51 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL51
14026452 14026452
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 52 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL52
14026453 14026453
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 53 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL53
14026454 14026454
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 54 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL54
14026455 14026455
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 55 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL55
14026456 14026456
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 56 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL56
14026457 14026457
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 57 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL57
14026458 14026458
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 58 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL58
14026459 14026459
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 59 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL59
14026460 14026460
Explanation: An over voltage condition has been
detected for voltage level 60 specified cage or drawer.
Failing Item:
v FRULEVEL60
14027090 14027090
Explanation: The BPCH in BPA-A is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPCH-A
1402642A • 14027090
104 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14027091 14027091
Explanation: The BPC in BPA-A is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPC-A
14027092 14027092
Explanation: BPD-1 is defective in BPA-A.
Failing Item:
v BPD-1A
v BPC-A
14027093 14027093
Explanation: BPD-2 is defective in BPA-A.
Failing Item:
v BPD-2A
v BPC-A
14027094 14027094
Explanation: BPD-3 is defective in BPA-A.
Failing Item:
v BPD-3A
v BPC-A
14027095 14027095
Explanation: BPA-A BPR-1 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1A
v BPC-A
v BPD-1A
v BPD-2A
v IBF-1A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14027096 14027096
Explanation: BPA-A BPR-2 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2A
v BPC-A
v BPD-1A
v BPD-2A
v IBF-2A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14027097 14027097
Explanation: BPA-A BPR-3 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3A
v BPC-A
v BPD-1A
v BPD-2A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14027098 14027098
Explanation: BPA-A BPR-4 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4A
v BPC-A
v BPD-1A
v BPD-2A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14027099 14027099
Explanation: BPA-A BPR-5 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5A
v BPC-A
v BPD-1A
v BPD-2A
v BPE-BOARD-A
1402709A 1402709A
Explanation: BPA-A BPR-6 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6A
v BPC-A
v BPD-1A
v BPD-2A
v BPE-BOARD-A
1402709B 1402709B
Explanation: BPA-A BPH is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPH-A
v BPC-A
14027091 • 1402709B
(1402) Reference codes 105
140270A1 140270A1
Explanation: BPC-A side detects that IBF-1A is
defective. (IBF is connected to BPA-A BPR-1A)
Failing Item:
v IBF-1A
v BPR-1A
v CBL-IBF1A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
140270A2 140270A2
Explanation: BPC-A side detects that IBF-2A is
defective. (IBF is connected to BPA-A BPR-2A)
Failing Item:
v IBF-2A
v BPR-2A
v CBL-IBF2A
v BPC-A
v BPE-BOARD-A
14027190 14027190
Explanation: The BPCH in BPA-B is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPCH-B
14027191 14027191
Explanation: The BPC in BPA-B is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPC-B
14027192 14027192
Explanation: BPD-1 is defective in BPA-B.
Failing Item:
v BPD-1B
v BPC-B
14027193 14027193
Explanation: BPD-2 is defective in BPA-B.
Failing Item:
v BPD-2B
v BPC-B
14027194 14027194
Explanation: BPD-3 is defective in BPA-B.
Failing Item:
v BPD-3B
v BPC-B
14027195 14027195
Explanation: BPA-B BPR-1 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-1B
v BPC-B
v BPD-1B
v BPD-2B
v IBF-1B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14027196 14027196
Explanation: BPA-B BPR-2 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-2B
v BPC-B
v BPD-1B
v BPD-2B
v IBF-2B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14027197 14027197
Explanation: BPA-B BPR-3 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-3B
v BPC-B
v BPD-1B
v BPD-2B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14027198 14027198
Explanation: BPA-B BPR-4 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-4B
v BPC-B
v BPD-1B
v BPD-2B
v BPE-BOARD-B
140270A1 • 14027198
106 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
14027199 14027199
Explanation: BPA-B BPR-5 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-5B
v BPC-B
v BPD-1B
v BPD-2B
v BPE-BOARD-B
1402719A 1402719A
Explanation: BPA-B BPR-6 is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPR-6B
v BPC-B
v BPD-1B
v BPD-2B
v BPE-BOARD-B
1402719B 1402719B
Explanation: BPA-B BPH is defective.
Failing Item:
v BPH-B
v BPC-B
140271A1 140271A1
Explanation: BPC-B side detects that IBF-1B is
defective. (IBF is connected to BPA-B BPR-1B)
Failing Item:
v IBF-1B
v BPR-1B
v CBL-IBF1B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
140271A2 140271A2
Explanation: BPC-B side detects that IBF-2B is
defective. (IBF is connected to BPA-B BPR-2B)
Failing Item:
v IBF-2B
v BPR-2B
v CBL-IBF2B
v BPC-B
v BPE-BOARD-B
14028072 14028072
Explanation: BPA-A has reported a temperature
warning in cage - Make sure that there are no
blocked/dirty air inlet or filters. Verify that all unused
logic positions are filled with filler books and that the
BPF on the A-side has a cover over it / BPF on B-side
does not.
14028073 14028073
Explanation: BPA-B has reported a temperature
warning in cage - Make sure that there are no
blocked/dirty air inlet or filters. Verify that all unused
logic positions are filled with filler books and that the
BPF on the A-side has a cover over it / BPF on B-side
does not.
14028074 14028074
Explanation: The Room Ambient Humdity has been
reported as being out of specification. If unable to
correct condition contact next level of support. The
Sensor(s) are located in the UEPO assembly.
14028075 14028075
Explanation: The Room Dew Point value has been
reported as being out of specification. If unable to
correct condition contact next level of support. The
Sensor(s) are located in the UEPO assembly.
14028076 14028076
Explanation: The chilled water feeding the system has
returned to normal.
14028081 14028081
Explanation: Input power to BPA A has been
recovered after loss or partial loss. IBM support should
be notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
14028082 14028082
Explanation: Input power to BPA B has been
recovered after loss or partial loss. IBM support should
be notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
14028083 14028083
Explanation: Input power to BPA A has been
recovered after loss or partial loss. IBM support should
be notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
14027199 • 14028083
(1402) Reference codes 107
14028084 14028084
Explanation: Input power to BPA B has been
recovered after loss or partial loss. IBM support should
be notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
1402808F 1402808F
Explanation: The system has reached a warning state
that indicates a problem with the system input chilled
water. If unable to correct condition contact next level
of support.
14028090 14028090
Explanation: Input power to BPA A line cord 1 has
returned to normal levels. IBM support should be
notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
14028091 14028091
Explanation: Input power to BPA A line cord 2 has
returned to normal levels. IBM support should be
notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
14028092 14028092
Explanation: Input power to BPA B line cord 1 has
returned to normal levels. IBM support should be
notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
14028093 14028093
Explanation: Input power to BPA B line cord 2 has
returned to normal levels. IBM support should be
notified of potential problem if this occurs without
cause being identified.
140280C3 140280C3
Explanation: A-side BPC detects that the room UEPO
is in bypass. Verify the room UEPO loop is enabled.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v BPC-A
v CBL-BPCA-EPO
14028130 14028130
Explanation: CAGE P/T Fru recovery. Cage in power
recovery mode for information only.
14028131 14028131
Explanation: The UEPO switch has been used-This is
an informational SRC.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14028132 14028132
Explanation: A send secure vpd command was
received - Informational SRC.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14028133 14028133
Explanation: A TMS (60) was received - Informational
SRC.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14028134 14028134
Explanation: This contains an ACDL log -
Informational SRC.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14028135 14028135
Explanation: There has been an internal bulk power
software error. This is an informational reference code.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
14028136 14028136
Explanation: A PU book has entered throttling mode.
This is an informational reference code.
14028172 14028172
Explanation: BPA-A has reported a temperature
warning in cage - Make sure that there are no
blocked/dirty air inlet or filters. Verify that all unused
logic positions are filled with filler books.
14028173 14028173
Explanation: BPA-B has reported a temperature
warning in cage - Make sure that there are no
blocked/dirty air inlet or filters. Verify that all unused
logic positions are filled with filler books.
14028084 • 14028173
108 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
140281C3 140281C3
Explanation: B-side BPC detects that the room UEPO
is in bypass. Verify the room UEPO loop is enabled.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v BPC-B
v CBL-BPCB-EPO
140282C3 140282C3
Explanation: A-side BPCH detects that the room
UEPO is in bypass. Verify the room UEPO loop is
enabled.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v BPCH-A
v CBL-BPCHA-EPO
140283C3 140283C3
Explanation: B-side BPCH detects that the room
UEPO is in bypass. Verify the room UEPO loop is
enabled.
Failing Item:
v EPO-SWITCH
v BPCH-B
v CBL-BPCHB-EPO
14028777 14028777
Explanation: This SRC is used to collect data or logs
and does not indicate an error or hardware problem.
14028887 14028887
Explanation: A DCA identified by the SRC trailer has
recovered.
14028888 14028888
Explanation: A DCA in the TRES drawer identified by
the SRC trailer has recovered.
14029999 14029999
Explanation: A bulk power logg has been created by
an external command to BPA. Most likely this came
from a support personal will investigating a problem. It
is not a problem by itself and is for information
collecting only.
Failing Item:
v NOT_A_BPA_FRU
1402A006 1402A006
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T6 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-06
1402A007 1402A007
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T7 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-07
1402A008 1402A008
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T8 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-08
1402A009 1402A009
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T9 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-09
1402A010 1402A010
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and FDT
has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-10
1402A011 1402A011
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T11 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-11
1402A012 1402A012
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T12 has been detected..
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-12
1402A013 1402A013
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T13 has been detected.
Failing Item:
140281C3 • 1402A013
(1402) Reference codes 109
v BPCHA-PORT-13
1402A014 1402A014
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T14 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-14
1402A015 1402A015
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T15 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-15
1402A016 1402A016
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T16 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-16
1402A017 1402A017
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T17 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-17
1402A018 1402A018
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T18 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-18
1402A019 1402A019
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T19 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-19
1402A020 1402A020
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T20 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-20
1402A021 1402A021
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T21 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-21
1402A022 1402A022
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T22 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-22
1402A023 1402A023
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T23 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-23
1402A024 1402A024
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T24 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-24
1402A025 1402A025
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T25 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-25
1402A026 1402A026
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T26 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-26
1402A027 1402A027
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T27 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-27
1402A028 1402A028
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T28 has been detected.
Failing Item:
1402A014 • 1402A028
110 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPCHA-PORT-28
1402A029 1402A029
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T29 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-29
1402A030 1402A030
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T30 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-30
1402A031 1402A031
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T31 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-31
1402A032 1402A032
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T32 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-32
1402A033 1402A033
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T33 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-33
1402A034 1402A034
Explanation: A between (BPA-A) BPCH and the load
on port T34 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-34
1402A035 1402A035
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T35 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-35
1402A036 1402A036
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T36 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-36
1402A037 1402A037
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T37 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-37
1402A038 1402A038
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T38 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-38
1402A039 1402A039
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T39 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-39
1402A040 1402A040
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T40 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-40
1402A041 1402A041
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T41 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-41
1402A042 1402A042
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPCH and the
load on port T42 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHA-PORT-42
1402A101 1402A101
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T1 has been detected.
Failing Item:
1402A029 • 1402A101
(1402) Reference codes 111
v BPDA-PORT-01
1402A102 1402A102
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T2 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-02
1402A103 1402A103
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T3 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-03
1402A104 1402A104
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T4 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-04
1402A105 1402A105
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T5 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-05
1402A106 1402A106
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T6 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-06
1402A107 1402A107
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T7 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-07
1402A108 1402A108
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T8 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-08
1402A109 1402A109
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T9 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-09
1402A110 1402A110
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T10 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-10
1402A111 1402A111
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T11 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-11
1402A112 1402A112
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T12 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-12
1402A113 1402A113
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T13 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-13
1402A114 1402A114
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T14 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-14
1402A115 1402A115
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T15 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-15
1402A116 1402A116
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T16 has been detected.
Failing Item:
1402A102 • 1402A116
112 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPDA-PORT-16
1402A117 1402A117
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T17 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-17
1402A118 1402A118
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T18 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-18
1402A119 1402A119
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T19 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-19
1402A120 1402A120
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T20 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-20
1402A121 1402A121
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T21 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-21
1402A122 1402A122
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T22 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-22
1402A123 1402A123
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T23 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-23
1402A124 1402A124
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T24 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-24
1402A125 1402A125
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T25 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-25
1402A126 1402A126
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-A) BPD and the
load on port T26 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDA-PORT-26
1402B006 1402B006
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T6 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-06
1402B007 1402B007
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T7 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-07
1402B008 1402B008
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T8 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-08
1402B009 1402B009
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T9 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-09
1402B010 1402B010
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and FDT
(T10) has been detected.
Failing Item:
1402A117 • 1402B010
(1402) Reference codes 113
v BPCHB-PORT-10
1402B011 1402B011
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T11 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-11
1402B012 1402B012
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T12 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-12
1402B013 1402B013
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T13 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-13
1402B014 1402B014
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T14 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-14
1402B015 1402B015
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T15 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-15
1402B016 1402B016
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T16 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-16
1402B017 1402B017
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T17 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-17
1402B018 1402B018
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T18 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-18
1402B019 1402B019
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T19 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-19
1402B020 1402B020
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T20 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-20
1402B021 1402B021
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T21 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-21
1402B022 1402B022
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T22 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-22
1402B023 1402B023
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T23 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-23
1402B024 1402B024
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T24 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-24
1402B025 1402B025
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T25 has been detected.
Failing Item:
1402B011 • 1402B025
114 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPCHB-PORT-25
1402B026 1402B026
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T26 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-26
1402B027 1402B027
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T27 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-27
1402B028 1402B028
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T28 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-28
1402B029 1402B029
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T29 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-29
1402B030 1402B030
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T30 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-30
1402B031 1402B031
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T31 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-31
1402B032 1402B032
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T32 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-32
1402B033 1402B033
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T33 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-33
1402B034 1402B034
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T34 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-34
1402B035 1402B035
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T35 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-35
1402B036 1402B036
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T36 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-36
1402B037 1402B037
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T37 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-37
1402B038 1402B038
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T38 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-38
1402B039 1402B039
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T39 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-39
1402B040 1402B040
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T40 has been detected.
Failing Item:
1402B026 • 1402B040
(1402) Reference codes 115
v BPCHB-PORT-40
1402B041 1402B041
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T41 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-41
1402B042 1402B042
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPCH and the
load on port T42 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPCHB-PORT-42
1402B101 1402B101
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T1 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-01
1402B102 1402B102
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T2 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-02
1402B103 1402B103
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T3 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-03
1402B104 1402B104
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T4 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-04
1402B105 1402B105
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T5 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-05
1402B106 1402B106
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T6 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-06
1402B107 1402B107
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T7 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-07
1402B108 1402B108
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T8 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-08
1402B109 1402B109
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T9 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-09
1402B110 1402B110
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T10 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-10
1402B111 1402B111
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T11 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-11
1402B112 1402B112
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T12 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-12
1402B113 1402B113
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T13 has been detected.
Failing Item:
1402B041 • 1402B113
116 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v BPDB-PORT-13
1402B114 1402B114
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T14 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-14
1402B115 1402B115
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T15 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-15
1402B116 1402B116
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T16 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-16
1402B117 1402B117
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T17 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-17
1402B118 1402B118
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T18 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-18
1402B119 1402B119
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T19 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-19
1402B120 1402B120
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T20 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-20
1402B121 1402B121
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T21 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-21
1402B122 1402B122
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T22 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-22
1402B123 1402B123
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T23 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-23
1402B124 1402B124
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T24 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-24
1402B125 1402B125
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T25 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-25
1402B126 1402B126
Explanation: A fault between (BPA-B) BPD and the
load on port T26 has been detected.
Failing Item:
v BPDB-PORT-26
1402C018 1402C018
Explanation: The P1 node has indicated a failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P1_NODE
1402C020 1402C020
Explanation: The P2 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
1402B114 • 1402C020
(1402) Reference codes 117
v P2_NODE
1402C021 1402C021
Explanation: The P3 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P3_NODE
1402C022 1402C022
Explanation: The P4 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P4_NODE
1402C023 1402C023
Explanation: The P5 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P5_NODE
1402C024 1402C024
Explanation: The P6 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P6_NODE
1402C025 1402C025
Explanation: The P7 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P7_NODE
1402C026 1402C026
Explanation: The P8 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P8_NODE
1402C027 1402C027
Explanation: The P9 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P9_NODE
1402C028 1402C028
Explanation: The P10 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P10_NODE
1402C029 1402C029
Explanation: The P11 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P11_NODE
1402C030 1402C030
Explanation: The P12 node has indicated failure and
needs to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v P12_NODE
1402C0F0 1402C0F0
Explanation: The temperature sensed in a PU book
has reached a warning level. The Processor has gone
into Low Power mode - Look for potiential hardware
failures. Next level of support should be notified of
potential problem.
1402C0F1 1402C0F1
Explanation: The temperature sensed in a PU book
has returned to normal from a warning level. Next
level of support should be notified of potential
problem.
1402C021 • 1402C0F1
118 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(169C) Reference codes
169C102E 169C102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
169C3002 169C3002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
169C3010 169C3010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
169C3020 169C3020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
169C3029 169C3029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
169C3100 169C3100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
169C3109 169C3109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
169C310C 169C310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
169C310D 169C310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
169C3110 169C3110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
169C3130 169C3130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
169C34FF 169C34FF
Explanation: Format in progress
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Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
169C4041 169C4041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
169C4060 169C4060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
169C4061 169C4061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
169C4100 169C4100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
169C7000 169C7000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
169C7001 169C7001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
169C70DD 169C70DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
169CFFF3 169CFFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
169CFFF4 169CFFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
169CFFF5 169CFFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
169CFFF6 169CFFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
169CFFF7 169CFFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
169CFFF9 169CFFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
169C4041 • 169CFFF9
120 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
169CFFFA 169CFFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
169CFFFB 169CFFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
169CFFFC 169CFFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
169CFFFD 169CFFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
169CFFFE 169CFFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
169CFFFA • 169CFFFE
(169C) Reference codes 121
122 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(1750) Reference codes
17503002 17503002
Explanation: Addressed device is not responding
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v FCINTF
v OPT_CLN
17503010 17503010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOP
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
17503020 17503020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error
Response: If an MES is being installed, verify the
configuration.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
17503029 17503029
Explanation: This SRC is surfaced when the IOP
detects that a device has changed Serial numbers. A
device replacement has occurred.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
17503100 17503100
Explanation: Fibre Channel interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
17503109 17503109
Explanation: IOP timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
17503160 17503160
Explanation: The volume in use is no longer
accessible
Response: The storage subsystem configuration was
changed, causing the volume in use to no longer be
accessible.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
17503161 17503161
Explanation: The volume in use is no longer
accessible.
Response: Storage subsystem copy services functions
have caused the volume in use to no longer be
accessible.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
175034FF 175034FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
1750FFF3 1750FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
1750FFF4 1750FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
1750FFF5 1750FFF5
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Explanation: Disk sector read error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
1750FFF6 1750FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
1750FFFA 1750FFFA
Explanation: Disk device wrong response was
recovered by the IOP
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
1750FFFE 1750FFFE
Explanation: Temporary Fibre Channel interface error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
1750FFF6 • 1750FFFE
124 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(198B) Reference codes
198B102E 198B102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198B3002 198B3002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198B3010 198B3010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198B3020 198B3020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
198B3029 198B3029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198B3100 198B3100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198B3109 198B3109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198B310C 198B310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198B310D 198B310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198B3110 198B3110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198B3130 198B3130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
198B34FF 198B34FF
Explanation: Format in progress
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 125
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198B4041 198B4041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
198B4060 198B4060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198B4061 198B4061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
198B4100 198B4100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
198B7000 198B7000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198B7001 198B7001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198B70DD 198B70DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
198BFFF3 198BFFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198BFFF4 198BFFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198BFFF5 198BFFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198BFFF6 198BFFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198BFFF7 198BFFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198BFFF9 198BFFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
198B4041 • 198BFFF9
126 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198BFFFA 198BFFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198BFFFB 198BFFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198BFFFC 198BFFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198BFFFD 198BFFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198BFFFE 198BFFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
198BFFFA • 198BFFFE
(198B) Reference codes 127
128 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(198C) Reference codes
198C102E 198C102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198C3002 198C3002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198C3010 198C3010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198C3020 198C3020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
198C3029 198C3029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198C3100 198C3100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198C3109 198C3109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198C310C 198C310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198C310D 198C310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198C3110 198C3110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198C3130 198C3130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
198C34FF 198C34FF
Explanation: Format in progress
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Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198C4041 198C4041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
198C4060 198C4060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198C4061 198C4061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
198C4100 198C4100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
198C7000 198C7000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198C7001 198C7001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198C70DD 198C70DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
198CFFF3 198CFFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198CFFF4 198CFFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198CFFF5 198CFFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198CFFF6 198CFFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198CFFF7 198CFFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198CFFF9 198CFFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
198C4041 • 198CFFF9
130 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198CFFFA 198CFFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198CFFFB 198CFFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198CFFFC 198CFFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198CFFFD 198CFFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198CFFFE 198CFFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
198CFFFA • 198CFFFE
(198C) Reference codes 131
132 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(198D) Reference codes
198D102E 198D102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198D3002 198D3002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198D3010 198D3010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198D3020 198D3020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
198D3029 198D3029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198D3100 198D3100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198D3109 198D3109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198D310C 198D310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198D310D 198D310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198D3110 198D3110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198D3130 198D3130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
198D34FF 198D34FF
Explanation: Format in progress
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Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198D4041 198D4041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
198D4060 198D4060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198D4061 198D4061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
198D4100 198D4100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
198D7000 198D7000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198D7001 198D7001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198D70DD 198D70DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
198DFFF3 198DFFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198DFFF4 198DFFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198DFFF5 198DFFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198DFFF6 198DFFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198DFFF7 198DFFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198DFFF9 198DFFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
198D4041 • 198DFFF9
134 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198DFFFA 198DFFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198DFFFB 198DFFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198DFFFC 198DFFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198DFFFD 198DFFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198DFFFE 198DFFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
198DFFFA • 198DFFFE
(198D) Reference codes 135
136 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(198E) Reference codes
198E102E 198E102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198E3002 198E3002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198E3010 198E3010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198E3020 198E3020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
198E3029 198E3029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198E3100 198E3100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198E3109 198E3109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198E310C 198E310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198E310D 198E310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198E3110 198E3110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198E3130 198E3130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
198E34FF 198E34FF
Explanation: Format in progress
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Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198E4041 198E4041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
198E4060 198E4060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198E4061 198E4061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
198E4100 198E4100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
198E7000 198E7000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198E7001 198E7001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198E70DD 198E70DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
198EFFF3 198EFFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198EFFF4 198EFFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198EFFF5 198EFFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198EFFF6 198EFFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198EFFF7 198EFFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198EFFF9 198EFFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
198E4041 • 198EFFF9
138 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
198EFFFA 198EFFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
198EFFFB 198EFFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
198EFFFC 198EFFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198EFFFD 198EFFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
198EFFFE 198EFFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
198EFFFA • 198EFFFE
(198E) Reference codes 139
140 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19A1) Reference codes
19A1102E 19A1102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A13002 19A13002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A13010 19A13010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A13020 19A13020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19A13029 19A13029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A13100 19A13100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A13109 19A13109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A1310C 19A1310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A1310D 19A1310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A13110 19A13110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A13130 19A13130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19A134FF 19A134FF
Explanation: Format in progress
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 141
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A14041 19A14041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19A14060 19A14060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A14061 19A14061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19A14100 19A14100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19A17000 19A17000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A17001 19A17001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A170DD 19A170DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19A1FFF3 19A1FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A1FFF4 19A1FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A1FFF5 19A1FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A1FFF6 19A1FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A1FFF7 19A1FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A1FFF9 19A1FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19A14041 • 19A1FFF9
142 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A1FFFA 19A1FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A1FFFB 19A1FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A1FFFC 19A1FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A1FFFD 19A1FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A1FFFE 19A1FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19A1FFFA • 19A1FFFE
(19A1) Reference codes 143
144 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19A3) Reference codes
19A3102E 19A3102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A33002 19A33002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A33010 19A33010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A33020 19A33020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19A33029 19A33029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A33100 19A33100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A33109 19A33109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A3310C 19A3310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A3310D 19A3310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A33110 19A33110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A33130 19A33130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19A334FF 19A334FF
Explanation: Format in progress
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 145
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A34041 19A34041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19A34060 19A34060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A34061 19A34061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19A34100 19A34100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19A37000 19A37000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A37001 19A37001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A370DD 19A370DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19A3FFF3 19A3FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A3FFF4 19A3FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A3FFF5 19A3FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A3FFF6 19A3FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A3FFF7 19A3FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A3FFF9 19A3FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19A34041 • 19A3FFF9
146 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A3FFFA 19A3FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A3FFFB 19A3FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A3FFFC 19A3FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A3FFFD 19A3FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A3FFFE 19A3FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19A3FFFA • 19A3FFFE
(19A3) Reference codes 147
148 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19A4) Reference codes
19A4102E 19A4102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A43002 19A43002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A43010 19A43010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A43020 19A43020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19A43029 19A43029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A43100 19A43100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A43109 19A43109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A4310C 19A4310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A4310D 19A4310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A43110 19A43110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A43130 19A43130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19A434FF 19A434FF
Explanation: Format in progress
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Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A44041 19A44041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19A44060 19A44060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A44061 19A44061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19A44100 19A44100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19A47000 19A47000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A47001 19A47001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A470DD 19A470DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19A4FFF3 19A4FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A4FFF4 19A4FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A4FFF5 19A4FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A4FFF6 19A4FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A4FFF7 19A4FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A4FFF9 19A4FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19A44041 • 19A4FFF9
150 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19A4FFFA 19A4FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19A4FFFB 19A4FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19A4FFFC 19A4FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A4FFFD 19A4FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19A4FFFE 19A4FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19A4FFFA • 19A4FFFE
(19A4) Reference codes 151
152 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19B0) Reference codes
19B0102E 19B0102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B03002 19B03002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B03010 19B03010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B03020 19B03020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19B03029 19B03029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B03100 19B03100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B03109 19B03109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B0310C 19B0310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B0310D 19B0310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B03110 19B03110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B03130 19B03130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19B034FF 19B034FF
Explanation: Format in progress
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 153
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B04041 19B04041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19B04060 19B04060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B04061 19B04061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19B04100 19B04100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19B07000 19B07000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B07001 19B07001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B070DD 19B070DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19B0FFF3 19B0FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B0FFF4 19B0FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B0FFF5 19B0FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B0FFF6 19B0FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B0FFF7 19B0FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B0FFF9 19B0FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19B04041 • 19B0FFF9
154 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B0FFFA 19B0FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B0FFFB 19B0FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B0FFFC 19B0FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B0FFFD 19B0FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B0FFFE 19B0FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19B0FFFA • 19B0FFFE
(19B0) Reference codes 155
156 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19B1) Reference codes
19B1102E 19B1102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B13002 19B13002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B13010 19B13010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B13020 19B13020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19B13029 19B13029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B13100 19B13100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B13109 19B13109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B1310C 19B1310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B1310D 19B1310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B13110 19B13110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B13130 19B13130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19B134FF 19B134FF
Explanation: Format in progress
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 157
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B14041 19B14041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19B14060 19B14060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B14061 19B14061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19B14100 19B14100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19B17000 19B17000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B17001 19B17001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B170DD 19B170DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19B1FFF3 19B1FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B1FFF4 19B1FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B1FFF5 19B1FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B1FFF6 19B1FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B1FFF7 19B1FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B1FFF9 19B1FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19B14041 • 19B1FFF9
158 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B1FFFA 19B1FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B1FFFB 19B1FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B1FFFC 19B1FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B1FFFD 19B1FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B1FFFE 19B1FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19B1FFFA • 19B1FFFE
(19B1) Reference codes 159
160 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19B3) Reference codes
19B3102E 19B3102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B33002 19B33002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B33010 19B33010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B33020 19B33020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19B33029 19B33029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B33100 19B33100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B33109 19B33109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B3310C 19B3310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B3310D 19B3310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B33110 19B33110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B33130 19B33130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19B334FF 19B334FF
Explanation: Format in progress
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 161
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B34041 19B34041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19B34060 19B34060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B34061 19B34061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19B34100 19B34100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19B37000 19B37000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B37001 19B37001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B370DD 19B370DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19B3FFF3 19B3FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B3FFF4 19B3FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B3FFF5 19B3FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B3FFF6 19B3FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B3FFF7 19B3FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B3FFF9 19B3FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19B34041 • 19B3FFF9
162 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B3FFFA 19B3FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B3FFFB 19B3FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B3FFFC 19B3FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B3FFFD 19B3FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B3FFFE 19B3FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19B3FFFA • 19B3FFFE
(19B3) Reference codes 163
164 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19B4) Reference codes
19B4102E 19B4102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B43002 19B43002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B43010 19B43010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B43020 19B43020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19B43029 19B43029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B43100 19B43100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B43109 19B43109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B4310C 19B4310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B4310D 19B4310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B43110 19B43110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B43130 19B43130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19B434FF 19B434FF
Explanation: Format in progress
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 165
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B44041 19B44041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19B44060 19B44060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B44061 19B44061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19B44100 19B44100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19B47000 19B47000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B47001 19B47001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B470DD 19B470DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19B4FFF3 19B4FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B4FFF4 19B4FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B4FFF5 19B4FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B4FFF6 19B4FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B4FFF7 19B4FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B4FFF9 19B4FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19B44041 • 19B4FFF9
166 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B4FFFA 19B4FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B4FFFB 19B4FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B4FFFC 19B4FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B4FFFD 19B4FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B4FFFE 19B4FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19B4FFFA • 19B4FFFE
(19B4) Reference codes 167
168 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19B5) Reference codes
19B5102E 19B5102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B53002 19B53002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B53010 19B53010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B53020 19B53020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19B53029 19B53029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B53100 19B53100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B53109 19B53109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B5310C 19B5310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B5310D 19B5310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B53110 19B53110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B53130 19B53130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19B534FF 19B534FF
Explanation: Format in progress
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Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B54041 19B54041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19B54060 19B54060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B54061 19B54061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19B54100 19B54100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19B57000 19B57000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B57001 19B57001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B570DD 19B570DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19B5FFF3 19B5FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B5FFF4 19B5FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B5FFF5 19B5FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B5FFF6 19B5FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B5FFF7 19B5FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B5FFF9 19B5FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19B54041 • 19B5FFF9
170 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B5FFFA 19B5FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B5FFFB 19B5FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B5FFFC 19B5FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B5FFFD 19B5FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B5FFFE 19B5FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19B5FFFA • 19B5FFFE
(19B5) Reference codes 171
172 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(19B7) Reference codes
19B7102E 19B7102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B73002 19B73002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B73010 19B73010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B73020 19B73020
Explanation: Replacement device is not supported
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
19B73029 19B73029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B73100 19B73100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B73109 19B73109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B7310C 19B7310C
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B7310D 19B7310D
Explanation: Device bus error.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B73110 19B73110
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B73130 19B73130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
19B734FF 19B734FF
Explanation: Format in progress
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Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B74041 19B74041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
19B74060 19B74060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B74061 19B74061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
19B74100 19B74100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error
Failing Item:
v SIP3152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
19B77000 19B77000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B77001 19B77001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B770DD 19B770DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
19B7FFF3 19B7FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B7FFF4 19B7FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B7FFF5 19B7FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B7FFF6 19B7FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B7FFF7 19B7FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B7FFF9 19B7FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
19B74041 • 19B7FFF9
174 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
19B7FFFA 19B7FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
19B7FFFB 19B7FFFB
Explanation: SAS bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
19B7FFFC 19B7FFFC
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B7FFFD 19B7FFFD
Explanation: Soft device bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3250
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
19B7FFFE 19B7FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP3150
19B7FFFA • 19B7FFFE
(19B7) Reference codes 175
176 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2058) Reference codes
2058B990 2058B990
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v FI00130
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
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178 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2105) Reference codes
21053002 21053002
Explanation: Addressed device is not responding
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v FCINTF
v OPT_CLN
21053010 21053010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOP
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21053020 21053020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error
Response: If an MES is being installed, verify the
configuration.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21053029 21053029
Explanation: This SRC is surfaced when the IOP
detects that a device has changed Serial numbers. A
device replacement has occurred.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
21053100 21053100
Explanation: Fibre Channel interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21053109 21053109
Explanation: IOP timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21053160 21053160
Explanation: The volume in use is no longer
accessible
Response: The storage subsystem configuration was
changed, causing the volume in use to no longer be
accessible.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
21053161 21053161
Explanation: The volume in use is no longer
accessible.
Response: Storage subsystem copy services functions
have caused the volume in use to no longer be
accessible.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
210534FF 210534FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
2105FFF3 2105FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2105FFF4 2105FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2105FFF5 2105FFF5
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Explanation: Disk sector read error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2105FFF6 2105FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2105FFFA 2105FFFA
Explanation: Disk device wrong response was
recovered by the IOP
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2105FFFE 2105FFFE
Explanation: Temporary Fibre Channel interface error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2105FFF6 • 2105FFFE
180 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2107) Reference codes
21073002 21073002
Explanation: Addressed device is not responding
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v FCINTF
v OPT_CLN
21073010 21073010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOP
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21073020 21073020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error
Response: If an MES is being installed, verify the
configuration.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21073029 21073029
Explanation: This SRC is surfaced when the IOP
detects that a device has changed Serial numbers. A
device replacement has occurred.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
21073100 21073100
Explanation: Fibre Channel interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21073109 21073109
Explanation: IOP timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21073160 21073160
Explanation: The volume in use is no longer
accessible
Response: The storage subsystem configuration was
changed, causing the volume in use to no longer be
accessible.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
21073161 21073161
Explanation: The volume in use is no longer
accessible.
Response: Storage subsystem copy services functions
have caused the volume in use to no longer be
accessible.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
210734FF 210734FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
2107FFF3 2107FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2107FFF4 2107FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2107FFF5 2107FFF5
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Explanation: Disk sector read error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2107FFF6 2107FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2107FFFA 2107FFFA
Explanation: Disk device wrong response was
recovered by the IOP
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2107FFFE 2107FFFE
Explanation: Temporary Fibre Channel interface error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2107FFF6 • 2107FFFE
182 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2145) Reference codes
21453002 21453002
Explanation: Addressed device is not responding
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v FCINTF
v OPT_CLN
21453010 21453010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOP
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21453020 21453020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error
Response: If an MES is being installed, verify the
configuration.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21453029 21453029
Explanation: This SRC is surfaced when the IOP
detects that a device has changed Serial numbers. A
device replacement has occurred.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
21453100 21453100
Explanation: Fibre Channel interface error occurred
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21453109 21453109
Explanation: IOP timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
21453160 21453160
Explanation: The volume in use is no longer
accessible
Response: The storage subsystem configuration was
changed, causing the volume in use to no longer be
accessible.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
21453161 21453161
Explanation: The volume in use is no longer
accessible.
Response: Storage subsystem copy services functions
have caused the volume in use to no longer be
accessible.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
214534FF 214534FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
2145FFF3 2145FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2145FFF4 2145FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2145FFF5 2145FFF5
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Explanation: Disk sector read error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2145FFF6 2145FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
2145FFFA 2145FFFA
Explanation: Disk device wrong response was
recovered by the IOP
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2145FFFE 2145FFFE
Explanation: Temporary Fibre Channel interface error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2145FFF6 • 2145FFFE
184 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(266D) Reference codes
266DA001 266DA001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
266DB9B0 266DB9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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186 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(266E) Reference codes
266EA001 266EA001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
266EB9B0 266EB9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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188 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(266F) Reference codes
266FA001 266FA001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
266FB904 266FB904
Explanation: I/O Adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
266FB934 266FB934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
266FB940 266FB940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
266FB941 266FB941
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
266FB942 266FB942
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
266FB9B0 266FB9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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190 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2689) Reference codes
26890A17 26890A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
v AJDGP01
26890A22 26890A22
Explanation: Adapter card storage error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOA
26891307 26891307
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
26891310 26891310
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Response: The INA processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26893000 26893000
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26893001 26893001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26893006 26893006
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOA
v ANYBUS
26893080 26893080
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
26893081 26893081
Explanation: I/O adapter error; logged only.
26893084 26893084
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
26893087 26893087
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v NTUSER
26896070 26896070
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOA
26896071 26896071
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
26896072 26896072
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Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
26896075 26896075
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
26896083 26896083
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
26896085 26896085
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
26896201 26896201
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26896202 26896202
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
26896203 26896203
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v NETSERV
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26896210 26896210
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v NETSERV
v AJDGP01
26896222 26896222
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
26896223 26896223
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26896225 26896225
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOA
26896226 26896226
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
v AS4NTDD
26896227 26896227
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v AJDGP01
v IOA
26896228 26896228
Explanation: Windows initiated a warm boot
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
26896075 • 26896228
192 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v IOA
26896501 26896501
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26896502 26896502
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
26896530 26896530
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v NTOPSYS
26896531 26896531
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AS4NTDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
26896532 26896532
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
v AS4NTDD
26896533 26896533
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTOPSYS
v AS4NTDD
26896534 26896534
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v AS4NTDD
v AJDGP01
v NTOPSYS
26896535 26896535
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTDEVDR
v AJDGP01
26896538 26896538
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v NTOPSYS
26896539 26896539
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AS4NTDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
2689653A 2689653A
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
v AS4NTDD
2689653B 2689653B
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTOPSYS
v AS4NTDD
26896501 • 2689653B
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2689653C 2689653C
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v AS4NTDD
v AJDGP01
v NTOPSYS
2689653D 2689653D
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTDEVDR
v AJDGP01
2689653F 2689653F
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTDEVDR
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
26896540 26896540
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
26896541 26896541
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26896542 26896542
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error detected.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
v AJDGP01
26896543 26896543
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v NTVSCSI
26896544 26896544
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v NTOPSYS
26896580 26896580
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKIMG
v IOA
v AJDGP01
26896590 26896590
Explanation: A Netfinity Server error was detected
268965B0 268965B0
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTLANDD
v NTOPSYS
268965B1 268965B1
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTLANDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
268965B2 268965B2
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTDEVDR
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
26898301 26898301
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
2689653C • 26898301
194 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2689B3B1 2689B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3B2 2689B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3B3 2689B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3B4 2689B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3B5 2689B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3B6 2689B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3B7 2689B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3B8 2689B3B8
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3B9 2689B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3E0 2689B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B3E1 2689B3E1
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B4B0 2689B4B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B4B1 2689B4B1
Explanation: A Netfinity Server error was detected
Failing Item:
v NETSERV
v AJDGP01
2689B4B9 2689B4B9
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOA
2689B4BC 2689B4BC
Explanation: A Netfinity Server error was detected
Failing Item:
v NETSERV
2689B4BF 2689B4BF
Explanation: A Netfinity Server error was detected
Failing Item:
v NSCABLE
2689B3B1 • 2689B4BF
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2689B904 2689B904
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
2689B935 2689B935
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
2689B960 2689B960
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
2689BE00 2689BE00
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOA
2689B904 • 2689BE00
196 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2742) Reference codes
2742A001 2742A001
Explanation: Communications I/O adapter software
error or failure configuring hardware.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2742B940 2742B940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2742B941 2742B941
Explanation: One of the ports on the IOA has failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v AJDGP01
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198 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2743) Reference codes
2743B950 2743B950
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00718
v FI00719
2743B951 2743B951
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
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200 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2744) Reference codes
2744B904 2744B904
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
2744B920 2744B920
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00718
v FI00719
2744B921 2744B921
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2744B934 2744B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
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202 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2745) Reference codes
2745B904 2745B904
Explanation: I/O Adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
2745B934 2745B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
2745B940 2745B940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2745B941 2745B941
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
2745B942 2745B942
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
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204 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2746) Reference codes
2746B904 2746B904
Explanation: I/O Adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
2746B934 2746B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
2746B940 2746B940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2746B941 2746B941
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
2746B942 2746B942
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
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206 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2749) Reference codes
27490A17 27490A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
27490A22 27490A22
Explanation: I/O processor detected a storage transfer
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2749102E 2749102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27491306 27491306
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v BACKPLN
27491307 27491307
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
27491310 27491310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
27491317 27491317
Explanation: I/O processor card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates IOP, then replace
the IOP. If the Failing Item indicates SVCDOCS, then
do NOT replace the IOP. This is a recoverable error.
Perform the following:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27492200 27492200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27492201 27492201
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
27492202 27492202
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v FI00022
v FI01105
27493000 27493000
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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v FI01101
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
27493001 27493001
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
27493002 27493002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v FI01106
27493006 27493006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v FI01101
27493020 27493020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27493021 27493021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27493022 27493022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27493023 27493023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27493080 27493080
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27493081 27493081
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27493084 27493084
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
27493001 • 27493084
208 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27493087 27493087
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The Licensed Internal Code could not
allocate resources on the I/O processor card.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOACNFG
v FI01104
27493100 27493100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27493101 27493101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27493102 27493102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27493103 27493103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27493109 27493109
Explanation: I/O processor timed out a device
command
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27493110 27493110
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27493120 27493120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27493121 27493121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
27493087 • 27493121
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operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27493122 27493122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27493123 27493123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27493136 27493136
Explanation: The removable media device is assigned
elsewhere
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
27493140 27493140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
27493141 27493141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
27493142 27493142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
27493143 27493143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
27493150 27493150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27493151 27493151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27493200 27493200
Explanation: A tape/CD or disk device reported a
failure
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v IOP
v MEDIA
27493203 27493203
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27493205 27493205
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27493122 • 27493205
210 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27493215 27493215
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27493250 27493250
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Response: Perform a D-IPL and work on errors found
in the log.
Failing Item:
v USER
27493300 27493300
Explanation: Storage unit detected a media problem
Failing Item:
v IOPIP01
v MEDIA
v FI00121
v FI01141
27493400 27493400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Response: NOTE: If external devices are attached
check EXTSCSI and DEVTERM first.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
27493401 27493401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
27493501 27493501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27493600 27493600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27493601 27493601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27496070 27496070
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
27496071 27496071
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27496072 27496072
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27496073 27496073
Explanation: IPL device not ready
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI01105
v USER
27496075 27496075
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27496076 27496076
Explanation: I/O processor card detected media error
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v AJDGP01
v FI01105
27493215 • 27496076
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27496081 27496081
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27496082 27496082
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27496083 27496083
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27496085 27496085
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
27496200 27496200
Explanation: A permanent IOA hardware error
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27496201 27496201
Explanation: IOA LID is not valid
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27496602 27496602
Explanation: An I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27498000 27498000
Explanation: A permanent IOP or cache adapter card
failure occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
27498002 27498002
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27498004 27498004
Explanation: Voltage drop detected on I/O processor
5 volt power supply.
Failing Item:
v FI01141
v STORIOA
27498005 27498005
Explanation: A recoverable IOP or cache adapter card
error occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
27498007 27498007
Explanation: A recoverable cache adapter card error
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27496081 • 27498007
212 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27498010 27498010
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27498011 27498011
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27498100 27498100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27498130 27498130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27498131 27498131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27498132 27498132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27498133 27498133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27498140 27498140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27498141 27498141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27498145 27498145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27498146 27498146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27498150 27498150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
27498151 27498151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27498010 • 27498151
(2749) Reference codes 213
27498155 27498155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27498156 27498156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27498157 27498157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27498200 27498200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27498300 27498300
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
27498301 27498301
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27498400 27498400
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27499000 27499000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27499001 27499001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
27499002 27499002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27499008 27499008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
27498155 • 27499008
214 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27499009 27499009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27499010 27499010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
27499011 27499011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
27499012 27499012
Explanation: IOP requires a cache adapter card but
cannot find it.
Response: The cache adapter card is missing or
broken.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP29
v CACHE
27499013 27499013
Explanation: The IOP and attached cache adapter card
are not compatible.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP19
27499020 27499020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27499021 27499021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27499022 27499022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27499023 27499023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27499024 27499024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27499025 27499025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27499026 27499026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27499027 27499027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
27499028 27499028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27499009 • 27499028
(2749) Reference codes 215
27499029 27499029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2749902F 2749902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 members. Use the 90xx entry
that occurred at the same time as this reference code as
the starting point for this problem.
27499030 27499030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27499031 27499031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
27499040 27499040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
27499041 27499041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27499050 27499050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
27499051 27499051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
27499052 27499052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP28
27499053 27499053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27499054 27499054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27499081 27499081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27499029 • 27499081
216 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27499082 27499082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27499090 27499090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27499091 27499091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27499092 27499092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
2749B3B1 2749B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2749B3B2 2749B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2749B3B3 2749B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2749B3B4 2749B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2749B3B5 2749B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2749B3B6 2749B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2749B3B7 2749B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2749B3B8 2749B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter Bridge error detected
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2749B3B9 2749B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
27499082 • 2749B3B9
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v IOP
2749B3E0 2749B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2749B3E1 2749B3E1
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2749B410 2749B410
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2749B411 2749B411
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2749B412 2749B412
Explanation: Tape/CD or disk bus interface error
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01107
v FI01140
v STORIOA
v DEVTERM
2749B935 2749B935
Explanation: Unknown hardware detected
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2749BE00 2749BE00
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
2749FF3D 2749FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2749FF6D 2749FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2749B3E0 • 2749FF6D
218 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2757) Reference codes
27571310 27571310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
27573006 27573006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v STORIOA
27573020 27573020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27573021 27573021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27573022 27573022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27573023 27573023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27573100 27573100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27573101 27573101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27573102 27573102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
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v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27573103 27573103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27573120 27573120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27573121 27573121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27573122 27573122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27573123 27573123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27573140 27573140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
27573141 27573141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
27573142 27573142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
27573143 27573143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
27573150 27573150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27573151 27573151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27573103 • 27573151
220 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27573400 27573400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
27573401 27573401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
27573501 27573501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27573600 27573600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27573601 27573601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27578008 27578008
Explanation: A permanent cache battery pack failure
occurred
Response: NOTE: Under a certain configuration, this
SRC may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
v STORIOA
27578009 27578009
Explanation: Impending cache battery pack failure
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
27578012 27578012
Explanation: Attached read cache devices exceed
capacity supported by IOA
Response: Reduce the number of read caches on the
IOA.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27578100 27578100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27578130 27578130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27578131 27578131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27578132 27578132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27578133 27578133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27573400 • 27578133
(2757) Reference codes 221
27578140 27578140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27578141 27578141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27578145 27578145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27578146 27578146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27578150 27578150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Response: NOTE: Under a certain configuration, this
SRC may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
27578151 27578151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27578155 27578155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27578156 27578156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27578157 27578157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27578200 27578200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27579000 27579000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27578140 • 27579000
222 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27579001 27579001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
27579002 27579002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27579008 27579008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
27579009 27579009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27579010 27579010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
27579011 27579011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
27579020 27579020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27579021 27579021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27579022 27579022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27579023 27579023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27579024 27579024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27579025 27579025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27579026 27579026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27579027 27579027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
27579028 27579028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
27579001 • 27579028
(2757) Reference codes 223
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27579029 27579029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2757902F 2757902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 array members. Use the 90xx
entry that occurred at the same time as this reference
code as the starting point for this problem.
27579030 27579030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27579031 27579031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
27579032 27579032
Explanation: A disk unit in a RAID array is missing
or failed
Response: The array is still protected, but the disk
unit should be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v IOPIP21
27579040 27579040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
27579041 27579041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27579042 27579042
Explanation: An array parity error has been detected
and corrected
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
27579050 27579050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
27579051 27579051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
27579052 27579052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27579053 27579053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
27579029 • 27579053
224 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27579054 27579054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27579071 27579071
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary cache IOA
went operational
Response: No service action required.
27579072 27579072
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary cache IOA
went non-operational
Response: No service action required.
27579073 27579073
Explanation: Incompatible or non-operational
auxiliary cache IOA attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP40
27579081 27579081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27579082 27579082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27579090 27579090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27579091 27579091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27579092 27579092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
27579093 27579093
Explanation: Read cache device not in correct format
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2757B934 2757B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2757FF3D 2757FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27579054 • 2757FF3D
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v ANYBRDG
2757FF6D 2757FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2757FF6D
226 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2760) Reference codes
2760B950 2760B950
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00718
v FI00719
2760B951 2760B951
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
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228 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2763) Reference codes
27631310 27631310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
27633006 27633006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v STORIOA
27633020 27633020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27633021 27633021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27633022 27633022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27633023 27633023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27633100 27633100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27633101 27633101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27633102 27633102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
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v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27633103 27633103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27633120 27633120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27633121 27633121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27633122 27633122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27633123 27633123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27633140 27633140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
27633141 27633141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
27633142 27633142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
27633143 27633143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
27633150 27633150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27633151 27633151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27633103 • 27633151
230 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27633400 27633400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
27633401 27633401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
27633501 27633501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27633600 27633600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27633601 27633601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27638008 27638008
Explanation: A permanent cache battery pack failure
occurred
Response: NOTE: Under a certain configuration, this
SRC may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
v STORIOA
27638009 27638009
Explanation: Impending cache battery pack failure
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
27638012 27638012
Explanation: Attached read cache devices exceed
capacity supported by IOA
Response: Reduce the number of read caches on the
IOA.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27638100 27638100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27638130 27638130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27638131 27638131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27638132 27638132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27638133 27638133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27633400 • 27638133
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27638140 27638140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27638141 27638141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27638145 27638145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27638146 27638146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27638150 27638150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Response: NOTE: Under a certain configuration, this
SRC may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
27638151 27638151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27638155 27638155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27638156 27638156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27638157 27638157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27638200 27638200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27639000 27639000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27638140 • 27639000
232 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27639001 27639001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
27639002 27639002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27639008 27639008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
27639009 27639009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27639010 27639010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
27639011 27639011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
27639020 27639020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27639021 27639021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27639022 27639022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27639023 27639023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27639024 27639024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27639025 27639025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27639026 27639026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27639027 27639027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
27639028 27639028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
27639001 • 27639028
(2763) Reference codes 233
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27639029 27639029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2763902F 2763902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 array members. Use the 90xx
entry that occurred at the same time as this reference
code as the starting point for this problem.
27639030 27639030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27639031 27639031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
27639032 27639032
Explanation: A disk unit in a RAID array is missing
or failed
Response: The array is still protected, but the disk
unit should be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v IOPIP21
27639040 27639040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
27639041 27639041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27639042 27639042
Explanation: An array parity error has been detected
and corrected
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
27639050 27639050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
27639051 27639051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
27639052 27639052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27639053 27639053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
27639029 • 27639053
234 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27639054 27639054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27639071 27639071
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary cache IOA
went operational
Response: No service action required.
27639072 27639072
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary cache IOA
went non-operational
Response: No service action required.
27639073 27639073
Explanation: Incompatible or non-operational
auxiliary cache IOA attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP40
27639081 27639081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27639082 27639082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27639090 27639090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27639091 27639091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27639092 27639092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
27639093 27639093
Explanation: Read cache device not in correct format
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2763B934 2763B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2763FF3D 2763FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27639054 • 2763FF3D
(2763) Reference codes 235
v ANYBRDG
2763FF6D 2763FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2763FF6D
236 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2765) Reference codes
27651310 27651310
Explanation: I/O processor or I/O adapter resource
not available
Response: The I/O processor or I/O adapter error log
is being filled faster than the errors are being reported
to the system. Check other errors reported to the
system and correct them.
27653020 27653020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a configuration
error
Response: Either too many devices or the wrong kind
of devices have been configured under the IOA.
Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27653100 27653100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27653120 27653120
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 0.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
27653140 27653140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that a port is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
27653200 27653200
Explanation: A disk device reported a failure
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
27653400 27653400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
276534FF 276534FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
27658130 27658130
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
27658140 27658140
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
27658141 27658141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
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logged for information only.
27658145 27658145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27658146 27658146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
27658150 27658150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
27658151 27658151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
27658155 27658155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27658156 27658156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27659091 27659091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27659092 27659092
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2765FF3D 2765FF3D
Explanation: Recovered IOA error
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
27658145 • 2765FF3D
238 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2766) Reference codes
27661310 27661310
Explanation: I/O processor or I/O adapter resource
not available
Response: The I/O processor or I/O adapter error log
is being filled faster than the errors are being reported
to the system. Check other errors reported to the
system and correct them.
27663020 27663020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a configuration
error
Response: Either too many devices or the wrong kind
of devices have been configured under the IOA.
Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27663100 27663100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27663120 27663120
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 0.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
27663140 27663140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that a port is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
27663200 27663200
Explanation: A disk device reported a failure
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
27663400 27663400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
276634FF 276634FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
27668130 27668130
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
27668140 27668140
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
27668141 27668141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
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logged for information only.
27668145 27668145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27668146 27668146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
27668150 27668150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
27668151 27668151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
27668155 27668155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27668156 27668156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27669091 27669091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27669092 27669092
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2766FF3D 2766FF3D
Explanation: Recovered IOA error
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
27668145 • 2766FF3D
240 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2767) Reference codes
27670A17 27670A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
27670A22 27670A22
Explanation: I/O processor detected a storage transfer
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2767102E 2767102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27671306 27671306
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v BACKPLN
27671307 27671307
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
27671310 27671310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
27671317 27671317
Explanation: I/O processor card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates IOP, then replace
the IOP. If the Failing Item indicates SVCDOCS, then
do NOT replace the IOP. This is a recoverable error.
Perform the following:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27672200 27672200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27672201 27672201
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
27672202 27672202
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v FI00022
v FI01105
27673000 27673000
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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v FI01101
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
27673001 27673001
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
27673002 27673002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v FI01106
27673006 27673006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v FI01101
27673020 27673020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27673021 27673021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27673022 27673022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27673023 27673023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27673080 27673080
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27673081 27673081
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27673084 27673084
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
27673001 • 27673084
242 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27673087 27673087
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The Licensed Internal Code could not
allocate resources on the I/O processor card.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOACNFG
v FI01104
27673100 27673100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27673101 27673101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27673102 27673102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27673103 27673103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27673109 27673109
Explanation: I/O processor timed out a device
command
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27673110 27673110
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27673120 27673120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27673121 27673121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
27673087 • 27673121
(2767) Reference codes 243
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27673122 27673122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27673123 27673123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27673136 27673136
Explanation: The removable media device is assigned
elsewhere
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
27673140 27673140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
27673141 27673141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
27673142 27673142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
27673143 27673143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
27673150 27673150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27673151 27673151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27673200 27673200
Explanation: A tape/CD or disk device reported a
failure
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v IOP
v MEDIA
27673203 27673203
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27673205 27673205
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27673122 • 27673205
244 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27673215 27673215
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27673250 27673250
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Response: Perform a D-IPL and work on errors found
in the log.
Failing Item:
v USER
27673300 27673300
Explanation: Storage unit detected a media problem
Failing Item:
v IOPIP01
v MEDIA
v FI00121
v FI01141
27673400 27673400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Response: NOTE: If external devices are attached
check EXTSCSI and DEVTERM first.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
27673401 27673401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
27673501 27673501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27673600 27673600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27673601 27673601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27676070 27676070
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
27676071 27676071
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27676072 27676072
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27676073 27676073
Explanation: IPL device not ready
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI01105
v USER
27676075 27676075
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27676076 27676076
Explanation: I/O processor card detected media error
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v AJDGP01
v FI01105
27673215 • 27676076
(2767) Reference codes 245
27676081 27676081
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27676082 27676082
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27676083 27676083
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27676085 27676085
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
27676200 27676200
Explanation: A permanent IOA hardware error
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27676201 27676201
Explanation: IOA LID is not valid
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27676602 27676602
Explanation: An I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27678000 27678000
Explanation: A permanent IOP or cache adapter card
failure occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
27678002 27678002
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27678004 27678004
Explanation: Voltage drop detected on I/O processor
5 volt power supply.
Failing Item:
v FI01141
v STORIOA
27678005 27678005
Explanation: A recoverable IOP or cache adapter card
error occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
27678007 27678007
Explanation: A recoverable cache adapter card error
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27676081 • 27678007
246 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27678010 27678010
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27678011 27678011
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27678100 27678100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27678130 27678130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27678131 27678131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27678132 27678132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27678133 27678133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27678140 27678140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27678141 27678141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27678145 27678145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27678146 27678146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27678150 27678150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
27678151 27678151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27678010 • 27678151
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27678155 27678155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27678156 27678156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27678157 27678157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27678200 27678200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27678300 27678300
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
27678301 27678301
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27678400 27678400
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27679000 27679000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27679001 27679001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
27679002 27679002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27679008 27679008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
27678155 • 27679008
248 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27679009 27679009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27679010 27679010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
27679011 27679011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
27679012 27679012
Explanation: IOP requires a cache adapter card but
cannot find it.
Response: The cache adapter card is missing or
broken.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP29
v CACHE
27679013 27679013
Explanation: The IOP and attached cache adapter card
are not compatible.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP19
27679020 27679020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27679021 27679021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27679022 27679022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27679023 27679023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27679024 27679024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27679025 27679025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27679026 27679026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27679027 27679027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
27679028 27679028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27679009 • 27679028
(2767) Reference codes 249
27679029 27679029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2767902F 2767902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 members. Use the 90xx entry
that occurred at the same time as this reference code as
the starting point for this problem.
27679030 27679030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27679031 27679031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
27679040 27679040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
27679041 27679041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27679050 27679050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
27679051 27679051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
27679052 27679052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP28
27679053 27679053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27679054 27679054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27679081 27679081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27679029 • 27679081
250 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27679082 27679082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27679090 27679090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27679091 27679091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27679092 27679092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
2767B3B1 2767B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2767B3B2 2767B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2767B3B3 2767B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2767B3B4 2767B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2767B3B5 2767B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2767B3B6 2767B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2767B3B7 2767B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2767B3B8 2767B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter Bridge error detected
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2767B3B9 2767B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
27679082 • 2767B3B9
(2767) Reference codes 251
v IOP
2767B3E0 2767B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2767B3E1 2767B3E1
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2767B410 2767B410
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2767B411 2767B411
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2767B412 2767B412
Explanation: Tape/CD or disk bus interface error
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01107
v FI01140
v STORIOA
v DEVTERM
2767B935 2767B935
Explanation: Unknown hardware detected
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2767BE00 2767BE00
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
2767FF3D 2767FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2767FF6D 2767FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2767B3E0 • 2767FF6D
252 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2768) Reference codes
27680A17 27680A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
27680A22 27680A22
Explanation: I/O processor detected a storage transfer
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2768102E 2768102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27681306 27681306
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v BACKPLN
27681307 27681307
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
27681310 27681310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
27681317 27681317
Explanation: I/O processor card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates IOP, then replace
the IOP. If the Failing Item indicates SVCDOCS, then
do NOT replace the IOP. This is a recoverable error.
Perform the following:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27682200 27682200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27682201 27682201
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
27682202 27682202
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v FI00022
v FI01105
27683000 27683000
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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v FI01101
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
27683001 27683001
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
27683002 27683002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v FI01106
27683006 27683006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v FI01101
27683020 27683020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27683021 27683021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27683022 27683022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27683023 27683023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27683080 27683080
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27683081 27683081
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27683084 27683084
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
27683001 • 27683084
254 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27683087 27683087
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The Licensed Internal Code could not
allocate resources on the I/O processor card.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOACNFG
v FI01104
27683100 27683100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27683101 27683101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27683102 27683102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27683103 27683103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27683109 27683109
Explanation: I/O processor timed out a device
command
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27683110 27683110
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27683120 27683120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27683121 27683121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
27683087 • 27683121
(2768) Reference codes 255
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27683122 27683122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27683123 27683123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27683136 27683136
Explanation: The removable media device is assigned
elsewhere
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
27683140 27683140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
27683141 27683141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
27683142 27683142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
27683143 27683143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
27683150 27683150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27683151 27683151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27683200 27683200
Explanation: A tape/CD or disk device reported a
failure
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v IOP
v MEDIA
27683203 27683203
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27683205 27683205
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27683122 • 27683205
256 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27683215 27683215
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27683250 27683250
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Response: Perform a D-IPL and work on errors found
in the log.
Failing Item:
v USER
27683300 27683300
Explanation: Storage unit detected a media problem
Failing Item:
v IOPIP01
v MEDIA
v FI00121
v FI01141
27683400 27683400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Response: NOTE: If external devices are attached
check EXTSCSI and DEVTERM first.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
27683401 27683401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
27683501 27683501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27683600 27683600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27683601 27683601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27686070 27686070
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
27686071 27686071
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27686072 27686072
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27686073 27686073
Explanation: IPL device not ready
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI01105
v USER
27686075 27686075
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27686076 27686076
Explanation: I/O processor card detected media error
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v AJDGP01
v FI01105
27683215 • 27686076
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27686081 27686081
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27686082 27686082
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27686083 27686083
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27686085 27686085
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
27686200 27686200
Explanation: A permanent IOA hardware error
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27686201 27686201
Explanation: IOA LID is not valid
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27686602 27686602
Explanation: An I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27688000 27688000
Explanation: A permanent IOP or cache adapter card
failure occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
27688002 27688002
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27688004 27688004
Explanation: Voltage drop detected on I/O processor
5 volt power supply.
Failing Item:
v FI01141
v STORIOA
27688005 27688005
Explanation: A recoverable IOP or cache adapter card
error occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
27688007 27688007
Explanation: A recoverable cache adapter card error
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27686081 • 27688007
258 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27688010 27688010
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27688011 27688011
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
27688100 27688100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27688130 27688130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27688131 27688131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27688132 27688132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27688133 27688133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27688140 27688140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27688141 27688141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27688145 27688145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27688146 27688146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27688150 27688150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
27688151 27688151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27688010 • 27688151
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27688155 27688155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27688156 27688156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27688157 27688157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27688200 27688200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27688300 27688300
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
27688301 27688301
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27688400 27688400
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27689000 27689000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27689001 27689001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
27689002 27689002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27689008 27689008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
27688155 • 27689008
260 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27689009 27689009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27689010 27689010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
27689011 27689011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
27689012 27689012
Explanation: IOP requires a cache adapter card but
cannot find it.
Response: The cache adapter card is missing or
broken.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP29
v CACHE
27689013 27689013
Explanation: The IOP and attached cache adapter card
are not compatible.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP19
27689020 27689020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27689021 27689021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27689022 27689022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27689023 27689023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27689024 27689024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27689025 27689025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27689026 27689026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27689027 27689027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
27689028 27689028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27689009 • 27689028
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27689029 27689029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2768902F 2768902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 members. Use the 90xx entry
that occurred at the same time as this reference code as
the starting point for this problem.
27689030 27689030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27689031 27689031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
27689040 27689040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
27689041 27689041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27689050 27689050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
27689051 27689051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
27689052 27689052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP28
27689053 27689053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27689054 27689054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27689081 27689081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27689029 • 27689081
262 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27689082 27689082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27689090 27689090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27689091 27689091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27689092 27689092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
2768B3B1 2768B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2768B3B2 2768B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2768B3B3 2768B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2768B3B4 2768B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2768B3B5 2768B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2768B3B6 2768B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2768B3B7 2768B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2768B3B8 2768B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter Bridge error detected
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2768B3B9 2768B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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v IOP
2768B3E0 2768B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2768B3E1 2768B3E1
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2768B410 2768B410
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2768B411 2768B411
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2768B412 2768B412
Explanation: Tape/CD or disk bus interface error
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01107
v FI01140
v STORIOA
v DEVTERM
2768B935 2768B935
Explanation: Unknown hardware detected
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2768BE00 2768BE00
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
2768FF3D 2768FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2768FF6D 2768FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2768B3E0 • 2768FF6D
264 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2771) Reference codes
2771B904 2771B904
Explanation: I/O Adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
2771B934 2771B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
2771B940 2771B940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2771B941 2771B941
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
2771B942 2771B942
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
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266 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2772) Reference codes
2772B904 2772B904
Explanation: I/O Adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
2772B934 2772B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
2772B940 2772B940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2772B941 2772B941
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
2772B942 2772B942
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
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268 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2780) Reference codes
27801310 27801310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
27803006 27803006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v STORIOA
27803020 27803020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27803021 27803021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27803022 27803022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27803023 27803023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27803100 27803100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27803101 27803101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27803102 27803102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
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v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27803103 27803103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27803120 27803120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27803121 27803121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27803122 27803122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27803123 27803123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27803140 27803140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
27803141 27803141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
27803142 27803142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
27803143 27803143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
27803150 27803150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27803151 27803151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27803103 • 27803151
270 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27803400 27803400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
27803401 27803401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
27803501 27803501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27803600 27803600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27803601 27803601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27808008 27808008
Explanation: A permanent cache battery pack failure
occurred
Response: NOTE: Under a certain configuration, this
SRC may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
v STORIOA
27808009 27808009
Explanation: Impending cache battery pack failure
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
27808012 27808012
Explanation: Attached read cache devices exceed
capacity supported by IOA
Response: Reduce the number of read caches on the
IOA.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27808100 27808100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27808130 27808130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27808131 27808131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27808132 27808132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27808133 27808133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27803400 • 27808133
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27808140 27808140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27808141 27808141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27808145 27808145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27808146 27808146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27808150 27808150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Response: NOTE: Under a certain configuration, this
SRC may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
27808151 27808151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27808155 27808155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27808156 27808156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27808157 27808157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27808200 27808200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27809000 27809000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27808140 • 27809000
272 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27809001 27809001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
27809002 27809002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27809008 27809008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
27809009 27809009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27809010 27809010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
27809011 27809011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
27809020 27809020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27809021 27809021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27809022 27809022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27809023 27809023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27809024 27809024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27809025 27809025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27809026 27809026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27809027 27809027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
27809028 27809028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
27809001 • 27809028
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move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27809029 27809029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2780902F 2780902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 array members. Use the 90xx
entry that occurred at the same time as this reference
code as the starting point for this problem.
27809030 27809030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27809031 27809031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
27809032 27809032
Explanation: A disk unit in a RAID array is missing
or failed
Response: The array is still protected, but the disk
unit should be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v IOPIP21
27809040 27809040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
27809041 27809041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27809042 27809042
Explanation: An array parity error has been detected
and corrected
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
27809050 27809050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
27809051 27809051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
27809052 27809052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27809053 27809053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
27809029 • 27809053
274 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27809054 27809054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27809071 27809071
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary cache IOA
went operational
Response: No service action required.
27809072 27809072
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary cache IOA
went non-operational
Response: No service action required.
27809073 27809073
Explanation: Incompatible or non-operational
auxiliary cache IOA attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP40
27809081 27809081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27809082 27809082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27809090 27809090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27809091 27809091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27809092 27809092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
27809093 27809093
Explanation: Read cache device not in correct format
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2780B934 2780B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2780FF3D 2780FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27809054 • 2780FF3D
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v ANYBRDG
2780FF6D 2780FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2780FF6D
276 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2782) Reference codes
27821310 27821310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
27823006 27823006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v STORIOA
27823020 27823020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27823021 27823021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27823022 27823022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27823023 27823023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
27823100 27823100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27823101 27823101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27823102 27823102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
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v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27823103 27823103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
27823120 27823120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27823121 27823121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27823122 27823122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27823123 27823123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27823140 27823140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
27823141 27823141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
27823142 27823142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
27823143 27823143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
27823150 27823150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27823151 27823151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27823103 • 27823151
278 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27823400 27823400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
27823401 27823401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
27823501 27823501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27823600 27823600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27823601 27823601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
27828008 27828008
Explanation: A permanent cache battery pack failure
occurred
Response: NOTE: Under a certain configuration, this
SRC may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
v STORIOA
27828009 27828009
Explanation: Impending cache battery pack failure
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
27828012 27828012
Explanation: Attached read cache devices exceed
capacity supported by IOA
Response: Reduce the number of read caches on the
IOA.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27828100 27828100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27828130 27828130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27828131 27828131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27828132 27828132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27828133 27828133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
27823400 • 27828133
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27828140 27828140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27828141 27828141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
27828145 27828145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27828146 27828146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
27828150 27828150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Response: NOTE: Under a certain configuration, this
SRC may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
27828151 27828151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27828155 27828155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27828156 27828156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
27828157 27828157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27828200 27828200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
27829000 27829000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27828140 • 27829000
280 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
27829001 27829001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
27829002 27829002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27829008 27829008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
27829009 27829009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27829010 27829010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
27829011 27829011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
27829020 27829020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27829021 27829021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
27829022 27829022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27829023 27829023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27829024 27829024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27829025 27829025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27829026 27829026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
27829027 27829027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
27829028 27829028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
27829001 • 27829028
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move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27829029 27829029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2782902F 2782902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 array members. Use the 90xx
entry that occurred at the same time as this reference
code as the starting point for this problem.
27829030 27829030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
27829031 27829031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
27829032 27829032
Explanation: A disk unit in a RAID array is missing
or failed
Response: The array is still protected, but the disk
unit should be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v IOPIP21
27829040 27829040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
27829041 27829041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
27829042 27829042
Explanation: An array parity error has been detected
and corrected
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
27829050 27829050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
27829051 27829051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
27829052 27829052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27829053 27829053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
27829029 • 27829053
282 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27829054 27829054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27829071 27829071
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary cache IOA
went operational
Response: No service action required.
27829072 27829072
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary cache IOA
went non-operational
Response: No service action required.
27829073 27829073
Explanation: Incompatible or non-operational
auxiliary cache IOA attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP40
27829081 27829081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
27829082 27829082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
27829090 27829090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27829091 27829091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27829092 27829092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
27829093 27829093
Explanation: Read cache device not in correct format
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2782B934 2782B934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2782FF3D 2782FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
27829054 • 2782FF3D
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v ANYBRDG
2782FF6D 2782FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2782FF6D
284 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2787) Reference codes
27871310 27871310
Explanation: I/O processor or I/O adapter resource
not available
Response: The I/O processor or I/O adapter error log
is being filled faster than the errors are being reported
to the system. Check other errors reported to the
system and correct them.
27873020 27873020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a configuration
error
Response: Either too many devices or the wrong kind
of devices have been configured under the IOA.
Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27873100 27873100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27873120 27873120
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 0.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
27873140 27873140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that a port is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
27873200 27873200
Explanation: A disk device reported a failure
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
27873400 27873400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
278734FF 278734FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
27878130 27878130
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
27878140 27878140
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
27878141 27878141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
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logged for information only.
27878145 27878145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27878146 27878146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
27878150 27878150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
27878151 27878151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
27878155 27878155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27878156 27878156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
27879091 27879091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
27879092 27879092
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2787FF3D 2787FF3D
Explanation: Recovered IOA error
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
27878145 • 2787FF3D
286 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2793) Reference codes
2793A001 2793A001
Explanation: Communications I/O adapter software
error or failure configuring hardware.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2793B940 2793B940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2793B941 2793B941
Explanation: One of the ports on the IOA has failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v AJDGP01
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288 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2805) Reference codes
2805A001 2805A001
Explanation: Communications I/O adapter software
error or failure configuring hardware.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2805B940 2805B940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2805B941 2805B941
Explanation: One of the ports on the IOA has failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v AJDGP01
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290 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(280D) Reference codes
280D1310 280D1310
Explanation: I/O processor or I/O adapter resource
not available
Response: The I/O processor or I/O adapter error log
is being filled faster than the errors are being reported
to the system. Check other errors reported to the
system and correct them.
280D3020 280D3020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a configuration
error
Response: Either too many devices or the wrong kind
of devices have been configured under the IOA.
Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
280D3100 280D3100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280D3120 280D3120
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 0.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
280D3140 280D3140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that a port is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
280D3200 280D3200
Explanation: A disk device reported a failure
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
280D3400 280D3400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280D34FF 280D34FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
280D8130 280D8130
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
280D8140 280D8140
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
280D8141 280D8141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
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logged for information only.
280D8145 280D8145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280D8146 280D8146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
280D8150 280D8150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
280D8151 280D8151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
280D8155 280D8155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280D8156 280D8156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280D9091 280D9091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
280D9092 280D9092
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
280DFF3D 280DFF3D
Explanation: Recovered IOA error
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
280D8145 • 280DFF3D
292 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(280E) Reference codes
280E1310 280E1310
Explanation: I/O processor or I/O adapter resource
not available
Response: The I/O processor or I/O adapter error log
is being filled faster than the errors are being reported
to the system. Check other errors reported to the
system and correct them.
280E3020 280E3020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a configuration
error
Response: Either too many devices or the wrong kind
of devices have been configured under the IOA.
Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
280E3100 280E3100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error.
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280E3120 280E3120
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 0.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
280E3140 280E3140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that a port is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
280E3200 280E3200
Explanation: A disk device reported a failure
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
280E3400 280E3400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280E34FF 280E34FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be useable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
280E8130 280E8130
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
280E8140 280E8140
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
280E8141 280E8141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
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logged for information only.
280E8145 280E8145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280E8146 280E8146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
280E8150 280E8150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
280E8151 280E8151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
280E8155 280E8155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280E8156 280E8156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
280E9091 280E9091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
280E9092 280E9092
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reset the I/O processor and then IPL the
I/O processor. For information about how to reset and
IPL the I/O processor, see Debug the resource. If an
I/O processor reset and I/O processor IPL does not
resolve the problem, contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
280EFF3D 280EFF3D
Explanation: Recovered IOA error
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
280E8145 • 280EFF3D
294 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2838) Reference codes
2838B904 2838B904
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
2838B930 2838B930
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00718
v FI00719
2838B931 2838B931
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2838B933 2838B933
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v AJDGP01
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296 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(283C) Reference codes
283C1511 283C1511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
283C1515 283C1515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
283C1521 283C1521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
283C1525 283C1525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
283C3002 283C3002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
283C3109 283C3109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
283C7611 283C7611
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283C7614 283C7614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283C7621 283C7621
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283C7624 283C7624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283C7631 283C7631
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283C7634 283C7634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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283C8401 283C8401
Explanation: Removable media power fault
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
283C8404 283C8404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
283CFFF4 283CFFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
283C8401 • 283CFFF4
298 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(283D) Reference codes
283D1511 283D1511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
283D1515 283D1515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
283D1521 283D1521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
283D1525 283D1525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
283D3002 283D3002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
283D3109 283D3109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
283D7611 283D7611
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283D7614 283D7614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283D7621 283D7621
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283D7624 283D7624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283D7631 283D7631
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
283D7634 283D7634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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283D8401 283D8401
Explanation: Removable media power fault
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
283D8404 283D8404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
283DFFF4 283DFFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
283D8401 • 283DFFF4
300 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2842) Reference codes
28420A17 28420A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28420A22 28420A22
Explanation: I/O processor detected a storage transfer
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2842102E 2842102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28421306 28421306
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v BACKPLN
28421307 28421307
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28421310 28421310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
28421317 28421317
Explanation: I/O processor card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates IOP, then replace
the IOP. If the Failing Item indicates SVCDOCS, then
do NOT replace the IOP. This is a recoverable error.
Perform the following:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28422200 28422200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28422201 28422201
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
28422202 28422202
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v FI00022
v FI01105
28423000 28423000
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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v FI01101
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28423001 28423001
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28423002 28423002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v FI01106
28423006 28423006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v FI01101
28423020 28423020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28423021 28423021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28423022 28423022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28423023 28423023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28423080 28423080
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28423081 28423081
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28423084 28423084
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
28423001 • 28423084
302 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28423087 28423087
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The Licensed Internal Code could not
allocate resources on the I/O processor card.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOACNFG
v FI01104
28423100 28423100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28423101 28423101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28423102 28423102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28423103 28423103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28423109 28423109
Explanation: I/O processor timed out a device
command
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28423110 28423110
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28423120 28423120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28423121 28423121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
28423087 • 28423121
(2842) Reference codes 303
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28423122 28423122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28423123 28423123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28423136 28423136
Explanation: The removable media device is assigned
elsewhere
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
28423140 28423140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
28423141 28423141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
28423142 28423142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
28423143 28423143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
28423150 28423150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28423151 28423151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28423200 28423200
Explanation: A tape/CD or disk device reported a
failure
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v IOP
v MEDIA
28423203 28423203
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28423205 28423205
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28423122 • 28423205
304 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28423215 28423215
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28423250 28423250
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Response: Perform a D-IPL and work on errors found
in the log.
Failing Item:
v USER
28423300 28423300
Explanation: Storage unit detected a media problem
Failing Item:
v IOPIP01
v MEDIA
v FI00121
v FI01141
28423400 28423400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Response: NOTE: If external devices are attached
check EXTSCSI and DEVTERM first.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
28423401 28423401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
28423501 28423501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28423600 28423600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28423601 28423601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28426070 28426070
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
28426071 28426071
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28426072 28426072
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28426073 28426073
Explanation: IPL device not ready
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI01105
v USER
28426075 28426075
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28426076 28426076
Explanation: I/O processor card detected media error
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v AJDGP01
v FI01105
28423215 • 28426076
(2842) Reference codes 305
28426081 28426081
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28426082 28426082
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28426083 28426083
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28426085 28426085
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28426200 28426200
Explanation: A permanent IOA hardware error
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28426201 28426201
Explanation: IOA LID is not valid
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28426602 28426602
Explanation: An I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28428000 28428000
Explanation: A permanent IOP or cache adapter card
failure occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
28428002 28428002
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28428004 28428004
Explanation: Voltage drop detected on I/O processor
5 volt power supply.
Failing Item:
v FI01141
v STORIOA
28428005 28428005
Explanation: A recoverable IOP or cache adapter card
error occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
28428007 28428007
Explanation: A recoverable cache adapter card error
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28426081 • 28428007
306 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28428010 28428010
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28428011 28428011
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28428100 28428100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28428130 28428130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28428131 28428131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28428132 28428132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28428133 28428133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28428140 28428140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
28428141 28428141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
28428145 28428145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
28428146 28428146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28428150 28428150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
28428151 28428151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28428010 • 28428151
(2842) Reference codes 307
28428155 28428155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28428156 28428156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28428157 28428157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28428200 28428200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28428300 28428300
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28428301 28428301
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28428400 28428400
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28429000 28429000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
28429001 28429001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
28429002 28429002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28429008 28429008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
28428155 • 28429008
308 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28429009 28429009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28429010 28429010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
28429011 28429011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
28429012 28429012
Explanation: IOP requires a cache adapter card but
cannot find it.
Response: The cache adapter card is missing or
broken.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP29
v CACHE
28429013 28429013
Explanation: The IOP and attached cache adapter card
are not compatible.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP19
28429020 28429020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
28429021 28429021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
28429022 28429022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28429023 28429023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28429024 28429024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28429025 28429025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
28429026 28429026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28429027 28429027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
28429028 28429028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28429009 • 28429028
(2842) Reference codes 309
28429029 28429029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2842902F 2842902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 members. Use the 90xx entry
that occurred at the same time as this reference code as
the starting point for this problem.
28429030 28429030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
28429031 28429031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
28429040 28429040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
28429041 28429041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28429050 28429050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
28429051 28429051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
28429052 28429052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP28
28429053 28429053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28429054 28429054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28429081 28429081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
28429029 • 28429081
310 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28429082 28429082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28429090 28429090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28429091 28429091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28429092 28429092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
2842B3B1 2842B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2842B3B2 2842B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2842B3B3 2842B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2842B3B4 2842B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2842B3B5 2842B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2842B3B6 2842B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2842B3B7 2842B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2842B3B8 2842B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter Bridge error detected
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2842B3B9 2842B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
28429082 • 2842B3B9
(2842) Reference codes 311
v IOP
2842B3E0 2842B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2842B3E1 2842B3E1
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2842B410 2842B410
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2842B411 2842B411
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2842B412 2842B412
Explanation: Tape/CD or disk bus interface error
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01107
v FI01140
v STORIOA
v DEVTERM
2842B935 2842B935
Explanation: Unknown hardware detected
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2842BE00 2842BE00
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
2842FF3D 2842FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2842FF6D 2842FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2842B3E0 • 2842FF6D
312 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2843) Reference codes
28430A17 28430A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28430A22 28430A22
Explanation: I/O processor detected a storage transfer
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2843102E 2843102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28431306 28431306
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v BACKPLN
28431307 28431307
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28431310 28431310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
28431317 28431317
Explanation: I/O processor card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates IOP, then replace
the IOP. If the Failing Item indicates SVCDOCS, then
do NOT replace the IOP. This is a recoverable error.
Perform the following:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28432200 28432200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28432201 28432201
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
28432202 28432202
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v FI00022
v FI01105
28433000 28433000
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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v FI01101
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28433001 28433001
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28433002 28433002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v FI01106
28433006 28433006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v FI01101
28433020 28433020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28433021 28433021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28433022 28433022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28433023 28433023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28433080 28433080
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28433081 28433081
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28433084 28433084
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
28433001 • 28433084
314 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28433087 28433087
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The Licensed Internal Code could not
allocate resources on the I/O processor card.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOACNFG
v FI01104
28433100 28433100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28433101 28433101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28433102 28433102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28433103 28433103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28433109 28433109
Explanation: I/O processor timed out a device
command
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28433110 28433110
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28433120 28433120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28433121 28433121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
28433087 • 28433121
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operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28433122 28433122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28433123 28433123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28433136 28433136
Explanation: The removable media device is assigned
elsewhere
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
28433140 28433140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
28433141 28433141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
28433142 28433142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
28433143 28433143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
28433150 28433150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28433151 28433151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28433200 28433200
Explanation: A tape/CD or disk device reported a
failure
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v IOP
v MEDIA
28433203 28433203
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28433205 28433205
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28433122 • 28433205
316 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28433215 28433215
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28433250 28433250
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Response: Perform a D-IPL and work on errors found
in the log.
Failing Item:
v USER
28433300 28433300
Explanation: Storage unit detected a media problem
Failing Item:
v IOPIP01
v MEDIA
v FI00121
v FI01141
28433400 28433400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Response: NOTE: If external devices are attached
check EXTSCSI and DEVTERM first.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
28433401 28433401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
28433501 28433501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28433600 28433600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28433601 28433601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28436070 28436070
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
28436071 28436071
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28436072 28436072
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28436073 28436073
Explanation: IPL device not ready
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI01105
v USER
28436075 28436075
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28436076 28436076
Explanation: I/O processor card detected media error
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v AJDGP01
v FI01105
28433215 • 28436076
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28436081 28436081
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28436082 28436082
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28436083 28436083
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28436085 28436085
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28436200 28436200
Explanation: A permanent IOA hardware error
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28436201 28436201
Explanation: IOA LID is not valid
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28436602 28436602
Explanation: An I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28438000 28438000
Explanation: A permanent IOP or cache adapter card
failure occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
28438002 28438002
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28438004 28438004
Explanation: Voltage drop detected on I/O processor
5 volt power supply.
Failing Item:
v FI01141
v STORIOA
28438005 28438005
Explanation: A recoverable IOP or cache adapter card
error occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
28438007 28438007
Explanation: A recoverable cache adapter card error
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28436081 • 28438007
318 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28438010 28438010
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28438011 28438011
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28438100 28438100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28438130 28438130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28438131 28438131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28438132 28438132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28438133 28438133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28438140 28438140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
28438141 28438141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
28438145 28438145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
28438146 28438146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28438150 28438150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
28438151 28438151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28438010 • 28438151
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28438155 28438155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28438156 28438156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28438157 28438157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28438200 28438200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28438300 28438300
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28438301 28438301
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28438400 28438400
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28439000 28439000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
28439001 28439001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
28439002 28439002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28439008 28439008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
28438155 • 28439008
320 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28439009 28439009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28439010 28439010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
28439011 28439011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
28439012 28439012
Explanation: IOP requires a cache adapter card but
cannot find it.
Response: The cache adapter card is missing or
broken.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP29
v CACHE
28439013 28439013
Explanation: The IOP and attached cache adapter card
are not compatible.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP19
28439020 28439020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
28439021 28439021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
28439022 28439022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28439023 28439023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28439024 28439024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28439025 28439025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
28439026 28439026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28439027 28439027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
28439028 28439028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28439009 • 28439028
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28439029 28439029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2843902F 2843902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 members. Use the 90xx entry
that occurred at the same time as this reference code as
the starting point for this problem.
28439030 28439030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
28439031 28439031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
28439040 28439040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
28439041 28439041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28439050 28439050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
28439051 28439051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
28439052 28439052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP28
28439053 28439053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28439054 28439054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28439081 28439081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
28439029 • 28439081
322 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28439082 28439082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28439090 28439090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28439091 28439091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28439092 28439092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
2843B3B1 2843B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2843B3B2 2843B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2843B3B3 2843B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2843B3B4 2843B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2843B3B5 2843B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2843B3B6 2843B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2843B3B7 2843B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2843B3B8 2843B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter Bridge error detected
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2843B3B9 2843B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
28439082 • 2843B3B9
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v IOP
2843B3E0 2843B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2843B3E1 2843B3E1
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2843B410 2843B410
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2843B411 2843B411
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2843B412 2843B412
Explanation: Tape/CD or disk bus interface error
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01107
v FI01140
v STORIOA
v DEVTERM
2843B935 2843B935
Explanation: Unknown hardware detected
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2843BE00 2843BE00
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
2843FF3D 2843FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2843FF6D 2843FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2843B3E0 • 2843FF6D
324 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2844) Reference codes
28440A17 28440A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28440A22 28440A22
Explanation: I/O processor detected a storage transfer
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2844102E 2844102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28441306 28441306
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v BACKPLN
28441307 28441307
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28441310 28441310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
28441317 28441317
Explanation: I/O processor card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates IOP, then replace
the IOP. If the Failing Item indicates SVCDOCS, then
do NOT replace the IOP. This is a recoverable error.
Perform the following:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28442200 28442200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28442201 28442201
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
28442202 28442202
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v FI00022
v FI01105
28443000 28443000
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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v FI01101
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28443001 28443001
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28443002 28443002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v FI01106
28443006 28443006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v FI01101
28443020 28443020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28443021 28443021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28443022 28443022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28443023 28443023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
28443080 28443080
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28443081 28443081
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28443084 28443084
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
28443001 • 28443084
326 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28443087 28443087
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The Licensed Internal Code could not
allocate resources on the I/O processor card.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOACNFG
v FI01104
28443100 28443100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28443101 28443101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28443102 28443102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28443103 28443103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
28443109 28443109
Explanation: I/O processor timed out a device
command
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28443110 28443110
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28443120 28443120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28443121 28443121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
28443087 • 28443121
(2844) Reference codes 327
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28443122 28443122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28443123 28443123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28443136 28443136
Explanation: The removable media device is assigned
elsewhere
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
28443140 28443140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
28443141 28443141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
28443142 28443142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
28443143 28443143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
28443150 28443150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28443151 28443151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28443200 28443200
Explanation: A tape/CD or disk device reported a
failure
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v IOP
v MEDIA
28443203 28443203
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28443205 28443205
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28443122 • 28443205
328 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28443215 28443215
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28443250 28443250
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Response: Perform a D-IPL and work on errors found
in the log.
Failing Item:
v USER
28443300 28443300
Explanation: Storage unit detected a media problem
Failing Item:
v IOPIP01
v MEDIA
v FI00121
v FI01141
28443400 28443400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Response: NOTE: If external devices are attached
check EXTSCSI and DEVTERM first.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
28443401 28443401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
28443501 28443501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28443600 28443600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28443601 28443601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28446070 28446070
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
28446071 28446071
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28446072 28446072
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28446073 28446073
Explanation: IPL device not ready
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI01105
v USER
28446075 28446075
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28446076 28446076
Explanation: I/O processor card detected media error
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v AJDGP01
v FI01105
28443215 • 28446076
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28446081 28446081
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28446082 28446082
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28446083 28446083
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28446085 28446085
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28446200 28446200
Explanation: A permanent IOA hardware error
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28446201 28446201
Explanation: IOA LID is not valid
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28446602 28446602
Explanation: An I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28448000 28448000
Explanation: A permanent IOP or cache adapter card
failure occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
28448002 28448002
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28448004 28448004
Explanation: Voltage drop detected on I/O processor
5 volt power supply.
Failing Item:
v FI01141
v STORIOA
28448005 28448005
Explanation: A recoverable IOP or cache adapter card
error occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
28448007 28448007
Explanation: A recoverable cache adapter card error
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28446081 • 28448007
330 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28448010 28448010
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28448011 28448011
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
28448100 28448100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28448130 28448130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28448131 28448131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28448132 28448132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28448133 28448133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
28448140 28448140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
28448141 28448141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
28448145 28448145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
28448146 28448146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
28448150 28448150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
28448151 28448151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28448010 • 28448151
(2844) Reference codes 331
28448155 28448155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28448156 28448156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
28448157 28448157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28448200 28448200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28448300 28448300
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28448301 28448301
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28448400 28448400
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28449000 28449000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
28449001 28449001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
28449002 28449002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28449008 28449008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
28448155 • 28449008
332 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28449009 28449009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28449010 28449010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
28449011 28449011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
28449012 28449012
Explanation: IOP requires a cache adapter card but
cannot find it.
Response: The cache adapter card is missing or
broken.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP29
v CACHE
28449013 28449013
Explanation: The IOP and attached cache adapter card
are not compatible.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP19
28449020 28449020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
28449021 28449021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
28449022 28449022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28449023 28449023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28449024 28449024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28449025 28449025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
28449026 28449026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
28449027 28449027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
28449028 28449028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28449009 • 28449028
(2844) Reference codes 333
28449029 28449029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2844902F 2844902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 members. Use the 90xx entry
that occurred at the same time as this reference code as
the starting point for this problem.
28449030 28449030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
28449031 28449031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
28449040 28449040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
28449041 28449041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28449050 28449050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
28449051 28449051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
28449052 28449052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP28
28449053 28449053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28449054 28449054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28449081 28449081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
28449029 • 28449081
334 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28449082 28449082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
28449090 28449090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28449091 28449091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28449092 28449092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
2844B3B1 2844B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2844B3B2 2844B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2844B3B3 2844B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2844B3B4 2844B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2844B3B5 2844B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2844B3B6 2844B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2844B3B7 2844B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2844B3B8 2844B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter Bridge error detected
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2844B3B9 2844B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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(2844) Reference codes 335
v IOP
2844B3E0 2844B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2844B3E1 2844B3E1
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2844B410 2844B410
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2844B411 2844B411
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
2844B412 2844B412
Explanation: Tape/CD or disk bus interface error
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01107
v FI01140
v STORIOA
v DEVTERM
2844B935 2844B935
Explanation: Unknown hardware detected
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2844BE00 2844BE00
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
2844FF3D 2844FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2844FF6D 2844FF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
2844B3E0 • 2844FF6D
336 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2847) Reference codes
28470A17 28470A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28470A22 28470A22
Explanation: I/O processor detected a storage transfer
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28471307 28471307
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28471310 28471310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
28473000 28473000
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v OPT_CLN
28473001 28473001
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28473002 28473002
Explanation: Addressed device is not responding
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v FCINTF
v OPT_CLN
28473006 28473006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28473080 28473080
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28473081 28473081
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28473084 28473084
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FCIOA
v MA_BRDG
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v OPT_CLN
28473087 28473087
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The Licensed Internal Code could not
allocate resources on the I/O processor card.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28473100 28473100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28473109 28473109
Explanation: I/O processor timed out a device
command
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28473120 28473120
Explanation: I/O processor detected a port failure
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
28473200 28473200
Explanation: A disk device reported a failure
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCIOA
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
28473501 28473501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28476070 28476070
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
28476071 28476071
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28476072 28476072
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28476075 28476075
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28476076 28476076
Explanation: I/O processor card detected media error
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
v AJDGP01
v FCDEV
28476081 28476081
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28473087 • 28476081
338 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28476082 28476082
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28476083 28476083
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28476085 28476085
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28476200 28476200
Explanation: A permanent IOA hardware error
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28476201 28476201
Explanation: IOA LID is not valid
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28478100 28478100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28478150 28478150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
28478155 28478155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28478156 28478156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
28478200 28478200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28478300 28478300
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
v OPT_CLN
28478301 28478301
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v OPT_CLN
28476082 • 28478301
(2847) Reference codes 339
2847B3B1 2847B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2847B3B2 2847B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2847B3B3 2847B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2847B3B4 2847B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2847B3B5 2847B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2847B3B6 2847B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2847B3B7 2847B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2847B3B8 2847B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter Bridge error detected
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2847B3E0 2847B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2847B3E1 2847B3E1
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2847B935 2847B935
Explanation: Unknown hardware detected
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v OPT_CLN
2847BE00 2847BE00
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FCIOA
v MA_BRDG
v OPT_CLN
2847B3B1 • 2847BE00
340 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2849) Reference codes
2849B904 2849B904
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
2849B930 2849B930
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00718
v FI00719
2849B931 2849B931
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2849B933 2849B933
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v AJDGP01
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342 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(284B) Reference codes
284B0A17 284B0A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
284B0A22 284B0A22
Explanation: I/O processor detected a storage transfer
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
284B102E 284B102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v FI01105
284B1306 284B1306
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v BACKPLN
284B1307 284B1307
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
284B1310 284B1310
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The I/O processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
284B1317 284B1317
Explanation: I/O processor card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates IOP, then replace
the IOP. If the Failing Item indicates SVCDOCS, then
do NOT replace the IOP. This is a recoverable error.
Perform the following:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B2200 284B2200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
284B2201 284B2201
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
284B2202 284B2202
Explanation: Removable media error during IPL
Failing Item:
v FI00022
v FI01105
284B3000 284B3000
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
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v FI01101
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
284B3001 284B3001
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
284B3002 284B3002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v FI01106
284B3006 284B3006
Explanation: System bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
v FI01101
284B3020 284B3020
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
284B3021 284B3021
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
284B3022 284B3022
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
284B3023 284B3023
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP17
v USER
v FI01107
v STORIOA
284B3080 284B3080
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
284B3081 284B3081
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
284B3084 284B3084
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
284B3001 • 284B3084
344 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
284B3087 284B3087
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Response: The Licensed Internal Code could not
allocate resources on the I/O processor card.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOACNFG
v FI01104
284B3100 284B3100
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 0.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
284B3101 284B3101
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 1.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
284B3102 284B3102
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 2.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
284B3103 284B3103
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Response: Error occurred on SCSI bus 3.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP13
v FI01107
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v DEVBPLN
284B3109 284B3109
Explanation: I/O processor timed out a device
command
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
284B3110 284B3110
Explanation: I/O processor card detected interface
error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
284B3120 284B3120
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 0 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B3121 284B3121
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 1 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
284B3087 • 284B3121
(284B) Reference codes 345
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B3122 284B3122
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 2 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B3123 284B3123
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
not operational
Response: A device was added to SCSI bus 3 of the
I/O Adapter and caused the bus to become not
operational. Remove the device.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B3136 284B3136
Explanation: The removable media device is assigned
elsewhere
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI01105
284B3140 284B3140
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 0 is now operational.
284B3141 284B3141
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 1 is now operational.
284B3142 284B3142
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3122 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 2 is now operational.
284B3143 284B3143
Explanation: I/O Processor detected that the bus is
now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3123 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since SCSI bus 3 is now operational.
284B3150 284B3150
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 0 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 0 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B3151 284B3151
Explanation: I/O processor detected a SCSI bus
configuration error
Response: Internal and external SCSI cables are
connected to SCSI bus 1 at the same time. Correct the
SCSI bus 1 configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B3200 284B3200
Explanation: A tape/CD or disk device reported a
failure
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v IOP
v MEDIA
284B3203 284B3203
Explanation: Disk media format bad
Failing Item:
v FI01105
284B3205 284B3205
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
284B3122 • 284B3205
346 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
284B3215 284B3215
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: Disk unit data may need to be reloaded,
but the disk unit does not need to be replaced.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
284B3250 284B3250
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Response: Perform a D-IPL and work on errors found
in the log.
Failing Item:
v USER
284B3300 284B3300
Explanation: Storage unit detected a media problem
Failing Item:
v IOPIP01
v MEDIA
v FI00121
v FI01141
284B3400 284B3400
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Response: NOTE: If external devices are attached
check EXTSCSI and DEVTERM first.
Failing Item:
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v DEVTERM
v FI01140
284B3401 284B3401
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
284B3501 284B3501
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
284B3600 284B3600
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
284B3601 284B3601
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
284B6070 284B6070
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
284B6071 284B6071
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
284B6072 284B6072
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
284B6073 284B6073
Explanation: IPL device not ready
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI01105
v USER
284B6075 284B6075
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
284B6076 284B6076
Explanation: I/O processor card detected media error
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v AJDGP01
v FI01105
284B3215 • 284B6076
(284B) Reference codes 347
284B6081 284B6081
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
284B6082 284B6082
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
284B6083 284B6083
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
284B6085 284B6085
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
284B6200 284B6200
Explanation: A permanent IOA hardware error
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
284B6201 284B6201
Explanation: IOA LID is not valid
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
284B6602 284B6602
Explanation: An I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
284B8000 284B8000
Explanation: A permanent IOP or cache adapter card
failure occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
284B8002 284B8002
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
284B8004 284B8004
Explanation: Voltage drop detected on I/O processor
5 volt power supply.
Failing Item:
v FI01141
v STORIOA
284B8005 284B8005
Explanation: A recoverable IOP or cache adapter card
error occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v CACHE
284B8007 284B8007
Explanation: A recoverable cache adapter card error
occurred.
Response: DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same
time. Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order
shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
284B6081 • 284B8007
348 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
284B8010 284B8010
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
284B8011 284B8011
Explanation: A permanent cache adapter card failure
occurred.
Response: The cache adapter card may be missing,
broken or incompatible.
DO NOT replace both FRUs at the same time.
Exchange the FRUs one at a time in the order shown.
Failing Item:
v CACHE
v STORIOA
284B8100 284B8100
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
284B8130 284B8130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 0. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
284B8131 284B8131
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 1. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
284B8132 284B8132
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 2. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
284B8133 284B8133
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: An error occurred on SCSI bus 3. No action
is required. This reference code is logged for
information only.
284B8140 284B8140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
284B8141 284B8141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
284B8145 284B8145
Explanation: A recoverable I/O processor error
occurred.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
284B8146 284B8146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
284B8150 284B8150
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
284B8151 284B8151
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
284B8010 • 284B8151
(284B) Reference codes 349
284B8155 284B8155
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
284B8156 284B8156
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v STORIOA
284B8157 284B8157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates I/O adapter, then
replace the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Perform the following for the
I/O processor that the I/O adapter is attached to:
1. If the I/O Processor is not operable and disk units
are attached, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the IOP. Other resources attached to the IOP may then
need to be Varied On.
2. If disk units are not attached, perform the VRYCFG
RESET(*YES) command to reset the IOP and Vary On
attached resources.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B8200 284B8200
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
284B8300 284B8300
Explanation: I/O processor card or Licensed Internal
Code error
Response: A microprocessor exception occurred on the
I/O processor.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
284B8301 284B8301
Explanation: Not valid condition in I/O Processor
Licensed Internal Code
Response: The Licensed Internal Code found a
condition that should not have occurred.
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
284B8400 284B8400
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
284B9000 284B9000
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
284B9001 284B9001
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device
configuration error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP33
284B9002 284B9002
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
284B9008 284B9008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices
Failing Item:
v IOPIP25
284B8155 • 284B9008
350 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
284B9009 284B9009
Explanation: Call your next level of support for
assistance
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B9010 284B9010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found
Failing Item:
v IOPIP31
284B9011 284B9011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached
Failing Item:
v IOPIP32
284B9012 284B9012
Explanation: IOP requires a cache adapter card but
cannot find it.
Response: The cache adapter card is missing or
broken.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP29
v CACHE
284B9013 284B9013
Explanation: The IOP and attached cache adapter card
are not compatible.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP19
284B9020 284B9020
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
284B9021 284B9021
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP20
284B9022 284B9022
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
284B9023 284B9023
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
284B9024 284B9024
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
284B9025 284B9025
Explanation: Disk unit is not supported at its physical
location.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
284B9026 284B9026
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP22
284B9027 284B9027
Explanation: Array not functional due to present
hardware configuration.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP34
284B9028 284B9028
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on IOP. Either
move all devices in an array to another IOP that
supports arrays, or stop an array on this IOP.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B9009 • 284B9028
(284B) Reference codes 351
284B9029 284B9029
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B902F 284B902F
Explanation: Array addendum Product Activity Log
entry
Response: This entry contains additional array
information for 90xx reference codes when the array
contains more than 10 members. Use the 90xx entry
that occurred at the same time as this reference code as
the starting point for this problem.
284B9030 284B9030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit
Failing Item:
v IOPIP21
284B9031 284B9031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
284B9040 284B9040
Explanation: Array protection temporarily suspended
Response: No action required. Protection will be
automatically restarted.
284B9041 284B9041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
284B9050 284B9050
Explanation: Required cache data cannot be located
for a disk unit.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP30
284B9051 284B9051
Explanation: IOP cache data exists for a missing or
failed device.
Response: If all configured units are missing, a 9054
reference code may appear in the product activity log.
If so, perform the action indicated for the 9054
reference code.
Otherwise, perform the procedure indicated in the
failing item list.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP27
284B9052 284B9052
Explanation: Cache data exists for device that has
been modified.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP28
284B9053 284B9053
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Take action on other IOP reference codes
which have surfaced.
If you cannot get to SST or DST, and cannot perform a
type A or B IPL, perform a type D IPL from removable
media. Look for Product Activity Log entries for other
IOP reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B9054 284B9054
Explanation: IOP resources not available due to
previous problems.
Response: Power off the system and remove all new
or replacement disk units. IPL the system to DST. If
you cannot perform a type A or B IPL, perform a type
D IPL from removable media.
Look for Product Activity Log entries for other IOP
reference codes and take action on them.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B9081 284B9081
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
284B9029 • 284B9081
352 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
284B9082 284B9082
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01105
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
284B9090 284B9090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B9091 284B9091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
has been detected.
Response: Re-IPL the system. If any reference codes
are surfaced, use the new reference code to resolve the
problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
284B9092 284B9092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v IOPIP26
284BB3B1 284BB3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
284BB3B2 284BB3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
284BB3B3 284BB3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
284BB3B4 284BB3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
284BB3B5 284BB3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
284BB3B6 284BB3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
284BB3B7 284BB3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
284BB3B8 284BB3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter Bridge error detected
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
284BB3B9 284BB3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
284B9082 • 284BB3B9
(284B) Reference codes 353
v IOP
284BB3E0 284BB3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
284BB3E1 284BB3E1
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
284BB410 284BB410
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
284BB411 284BB411
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
284BB412 284BB412
Explanation: Tape/CD or disk bus interface error
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOPIP16
v FI01107
v FI01140
v STORIOA
v DEVTERM
284BB935 284BB935
Explanation: Unknown hardware detected
Failing Item:
v FI01101
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
284BBE00 284BBE00
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v FI01104
v MA_BRDG
284BFF3D 284BFF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected recoverable error
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
284BFF6D 284BFF6D
Explanation: I/O processor detected a recoverable
system bus error
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
284BB3E0 • 284BFF6D
354 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2875) Reference codes
28751511 28751511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28751515 28751515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28751521 28751521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28751525 28751525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28753002 28753002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28753109 28753109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28757614 28757614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28757624 28757624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28757634 28757634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28757644 28757644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 355
28758404 28758404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
2875FFF4 2875FFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28758404 • 2875FFF4
356 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2876) Reference codes
28761511 28761511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28761515 28761515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28761521 28761521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28761525 28761525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28763002 28763002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28763109 28763109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28767614 28767614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28767624 28767624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28767634 28767634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28767644 28767644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 357
28768404 28768404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
2876FFF4 2876FFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28768404 • 2876FFF4
358 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2890) Reference codes
28900A17 28900A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDG301
v AJDGP01
28900A22 28900A22
Explanation: Adapter card storage error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28901307 28901307
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28901310 28901310
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Response: The INS processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28903000 28903000
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28903001 28903001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28903006 28903006
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
28903080 28903080
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28903081 28903081
Explanation: I/O adapter error; logged only.
28903084 28903084
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v IOA
v MA_BRDG
28903087 28903087
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v NTUSER
v IOA
28906070 28906070
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
28906071 28906071
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Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28906072 28906072
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28906075 28906075
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28906083 28906083
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28906085 28906085
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28906201 28906201
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28906202 28906202
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28906210 28906210
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28906221 28906221
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
28906222 28906222
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28906223 28906223
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28906224 28906224
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKIMG
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MEMORY
28906225 28906225
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
28906226 28906226
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
28906072 • 28906226
360 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v AS4NTDD
28906227 28906227
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28906228 28906228
Explanation: Windows initiated a warm boot
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28906501 28906501
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28906502 28906502
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28906530 28906530
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v NTOPSYS
28906531 28906531
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AS4NTDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
28906532 28906532
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
v AS4NTDD
28906533 28906533
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTOPSYS
v AS4NTDD
28906534 28906534
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v AS4NTDD
v AJDGP01
v NTOPSYS
28906535 28906535
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTDEVDR
v AJDGP01
28906538 28906538
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v NTOPSYS
28906539 28906539
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AS4NTDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
2890653A 2890653A
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
v AS4NTDD
28906227 • 2890653A
(2890) Reference codes 361
2890653B 2890653B
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTOPSYS
v AS4NTDD
2890653C 2890653C
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v AS4NTDD
v AJDGP01
v NTOPSYS
2890653D 2890653D
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTDEVDR
v AJDGP01
2890653F 2890653F
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTDEVDR
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
28906540 28906540
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28906541 28906541
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28906542 28906542
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error detected.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
v AJDGP01
28906543 28906543
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v NTVSCSI
28906580 28906580
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKIMG
v IOP
v AJDGP01
289065B0 289065B0
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTLANDD
v NTOPSYS
289065B1 289065B1
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTLANDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
289065B2 289065B2
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTDEVDR
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
28908301 28908301
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
2890653B • 28908301
362 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2890B3B1 2890B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3B2 2890B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3B3 2890B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3B4 2890B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3B5 2890B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3B6 2890B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3B7 2890B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3B8 2890B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter bridge error detected.
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2890B3B9 2890B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3E0 2890B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2890B3E1 2890B3E1
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2890B4B0 2890B4B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B4B1 2890B4B1
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MEMORY
2890B4B2 2890B4B2
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B4B3 2890B4B3
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v IOA
2890B4B4 2890B4B4
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B3B1 • 2890B4B4
(2890) Reference codes 363
v IOA
v MEMORY
2890B4B5 2890B4B5
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
2890B4B8 2890B4B8
Explanation: Adapter card storage error
Failing Item:
v MEMORY
v IOP
2890B4B9 2890B4B9
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
2890B4BC 2890B4BC
Explanation: I/O adapter error; logged only.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v IOA
2890B4BE 2890B4BE
Explanation: Adapter card storage error
Failing Item:
v MEMORY
v IOP
2890B904 2890B904
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
2890B935 2890B935
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2890B960 2890B960
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v IOA
2890B961 2890B961
Explanation: An error was detected on one of the
attached adapter cards.
Failing Item:
v IOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
2890BE00 2890BE00
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v IOA
v MA_BRDG
2890B4B5 • 2890BE00
364 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2892) Reference codes
28920A17 28920A17
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
v AJDG301
v AJDGP01
28920A22 28920A22
Explanation: Adapter card storage error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28921307 28921307
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28921310 28921310
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Response: The INS processor error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28921317 28921317
Explanation: I/O processor card error
Response: Display the Service Action Log entry for
this SRC. If the Failing Item indicates to replace
hardware, then replace hardware. If the Failing Item
indicates SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace hardware.
This is a recoverable error. If the resource is not
operable, use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL the
resource. Perform the VRYCFG command to Vary On
the NWSD.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
28923000 28923000
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28923001 28923001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28923006 28923006
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v ANYBUS
28923080 28923080
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28923081 28923081
Explanation: I/O adapter error; logged only.
28923084 28923084
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v IOA
v MA_BRDG
28923087 28923087
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
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v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v NTUSER
v IOA
28926070 28926070
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
28926071 28926071
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28926072 28926072
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28926075 28926075
Explanation: I/O adapter resource not available.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28926083 28926083
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28926085 28926085
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
28926201 28926201
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28926202 28926202
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28926204 28926204
Explanation: I/O adapter failure due to a thermal
condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
28926210 28926210
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
28926221 28926221
Explanation: I/O processor resource not available
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
28926222 28926222
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28926223 28926223
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28926070 • 28926223
366 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
28926224 28926224
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKIMG
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MEMORY
28926225 28926225
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
v IOP
28926226 28926226
Explanation: I/O processor card detected device error
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
v AS4NTDD
28926227 28926227
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28926228 28926228
Explanation: Windows initiated a warm boot
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28926501 28926501
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28926502 28926502
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
28926530 28926530
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v NTOPSYS
28926531 28926531
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AS4NTDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
28926532 28926532
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
v AS4NTDD
28926533 28926533
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTOPSYS
v AS4NTDD
28926534 28926534
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v AS4NTDD
v AJDGP01
v NTOPSYS
28926535 28926535
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
28926224 • 28926535
(2892) Reference codes 367
v NTDEVDR
v AJDGP01
28926538 28926538
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v NTOPSYS
28926539 28926539
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AS4NTDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
2892653A 2892653A
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v AJDGP01
v AS4NTDD
2892653B 2892653B
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTOPSYS
v AS4NTDD
2892653C 2892653C
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v AS4NTDD
v AJDGP01
v NTOPSYS
2892653D 2892653D
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTUSER
v NTDEVDR
v AJDGP01
2892653F 2892653F
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTDEVDR
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
28926540 28926540
Explanation: A Virtual SCSI error was detected.
Failing Item:
v NTVSCSI
v AJDGP01
v AJDG301
28926541 28926541
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
v AJDGP01
28926542 28926542
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error detected.
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
v AJDGP01
28926543 28926543
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v NTOPSYS
v NTVSCSI
28926580 28926580
Explanation: A Windows fatal error occurred
Failing Item:
v DISKIMG
v IOP
v AJDGP01
289265B0 289265B0
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTLANDD
v NTOPSYS
28926538 • 289265B0
368 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
289265B1 289265B1
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTLANDD
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
289265B2 289265B2
Explanation: A HostLAN error was detected
Failing Item:
v NTDEVDR
v NTOPSYS
v AJDG301
28928301 28928301
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
2892B3B1 2892B3B1
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B3B2 2892B3B2
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B3B3 2892B3B3
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B3B4 2892B3B4
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B3B5 2892B3B5
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B3B6 2892B3B6
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B3B7 2892B3B7
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B3B8 2892B3B8
Explanation: Multi-adapter bridge error detected.
Failing Item:
v MA_BRDG
v IOP
2892B3B9 2892B3B9
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B3E0 2892B3E0
Explanation: I/O processor detected a fault condition
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2892B3E1 2892B3E1
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
289265B1 • 2892B3E1
(2892) Reference codes 369
2892B4B0 2892B4B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B4B1 2892B4B1
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOP
v MEMORY
2892B4B2 2892B4B2
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B4B3 2892B4B3
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v IOA
2892B4B4 2892B4B4
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOP
v IOA
v MEMORY
2892B4B5 2892B4B5
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
2892B4B8 2892B4B8
Explanation: Adapter card storage error
Failing Item:
v MEMORY
v IOP
2892B4B9 2892B4B9
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v IOP
2892B4BC 2892B4BC
Explanation: I/O adapter error; logged only.
Failing Item:
v IOP
v IOA
2892B4BE 2892B4BE
Explanation: Adapter card storage error
Failing Item:
v MEMORY
v IOP
2892B904 2892B904
Explanation: A permanent I/O processor failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
2892B935 2892B935
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v MA_BRDG
2892B960 2892B960
Explanation: I/O processor Licensed Internal Code
error
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v IOA
2892B961 2892B961
Explanation: An error was detected on one of the
attached adapter cards.
Failing Item:
v IOA
v IOP
v AJDGP01
2892B4B0 • 2892B961
370 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2892BE00 2892BE00
Explanation: An I/O adapter failure occurred.
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v IOP
v IOA
v MA_BRDG
2892BE00
(2892) Reference codes 371
372 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(28A6) Reference codes
28A61511 28A61511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28A61515 28A61515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28A61521 28A61521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28A61525 28A61525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28A63002 28A63002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28A63109 28A63109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28A67614 28A67614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28A67624 28A67624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28A67634 28A67634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28A67644 28A67644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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28A68404 28A68404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28A6FFF4 28A6FFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28A68404 • 28A6FFF4
374 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(28A8) Reference codes
28A81511 28A81511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28A81515 28A81515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28A81521 28A81521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28A81525 28A81525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
28A83002 28A83002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28A83109 28A83109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28A87614 28A87614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28A87624 28A87624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28A87634 28A87634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28A87644 28A87644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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28A88404 28A88404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28A8FFF4 28A8FFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
28A88404 • 28A8FFF4
376 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(28B9) Reference codes
28B91511 28B91511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28B91515 28B91515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28B91521 28B91521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28B91525 28B91525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28B93002 28B93002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28B93109 28B93109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28B97611 28B97611
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28B97614 28B97614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28B97621 28B97621
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28B97624 28B97624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28B97631 28B97631
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28B97634 28B97634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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28B98401 28B98401
Explanation: Removable media power fault
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
28B98404 28B98404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28B9FFF4 28B9FFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28B98401 • 28B9FFF4
378 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(28CB) Reference codes
28CB1511 28CB1511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28CB1515 28CB1515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28CB1521 28CB1521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28CB1525 28CB1525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28CB3002 28CB3002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28CB3109 28CB3109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28CB7611 28CB7611
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CB7614 28CB7614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CB7621 28CB7621
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CB7624 28CB7624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CB7631 28CB7631
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CB7634 28CB7634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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28CB8401 28CB8401
Explanation: Removable media power fault
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
28CB8404 28CB8404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28CBFFF4 28CBFFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28CB8401 • 28CBFFF4
380 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(28CC) Reference codes
28CC1511 28CC1511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28CC1515 28CC1515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28CC1521 28CC1521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28CC1525 28CC1525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DISKFAN
v FI01106
v DEVBPLN
28CC3002 28CC3002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28CC3109 28CC3109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28CC7611 28CC7611
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CC7614 28CC7614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CC7621 28CC7621
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CC7624 28CC7624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CC7631 28CC7631
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on redundant fan
3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
28CC7634 28CC7634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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28CC8401 28CC8401
Explanation: Removable media power fault
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
28CC8404 28CC8404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
28CCFFF4 28CCFFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01106
28CC8401 • 28CCFFF4
382 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(293C) Reference codes
293C1511 293C1511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
293C1515 293C1515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
293C1521 293C1521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
293C1525 293C1525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
293C3002 293C3002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
293C3109 293C3109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
293C7614 293C7614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
293C7624 293C7624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
293C7634 293C7634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
293C7644 293C7644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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293C8404 293C8404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
293CFFF4 293CFFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
293C8404 • 293CFFF4
384 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(293D) Reference codes
293D1511 293D1511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
293D1515 293D1515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
293D1521 293D1521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
293D1525 293D1525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
293D3002 293D3002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
293D3109 293D3109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
293D7614 293D7614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
293D7624 293D7624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
293D7634 293D7634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
293D7644 293D7644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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293D8404 293D8404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
293DFFF4 293DFFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
293D8404 • 293DFFF4
386 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(297D) Reference codes
297D1511 297D1511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
297D1515 297D1515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
297D1521 297D1521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
297D1525 297D1525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
297D3002 297D3002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
297D3109 297D3109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
297D7614 297D7614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
297D7624 297D7624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
297D7634 297D7634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
297D7644 297D7644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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297D8404 297D8404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
297DFFF4 297DFFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
297D8404 • 297DFFF4
388 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2A39) Reference codes
2A391511 2A391511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2A391515 2A391515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2A391521 2A391521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2A391525 2A391525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2A393002 2A393002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2A393109 2A393109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2A397614 2A397614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2A397624 2A397624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2A397634 2A397634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2A397644 2A397644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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2A398404 2A398404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
2A39FFF4 2A39FFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2A398404 • 2A39FFF4
390 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2B4C) Reference codes
2B4C1310 2B4C1310
Explanation: The I/O adapter resource not available.
Response: The I/O adapter error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
2B4C3000 2B4C3000
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2B4C3020 2B4C3020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2B4C3100 2B4C3100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2B4C3140 2B4C3140
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2B4C3202 2B4C3202
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error.
Response: The device is not supported in the current
configuration. An I/O processor might be required.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2B4C3400 2B4C3400
Explanation: Unknown resource error.
Response: For card type 2BE1 (feature RAID
enablement card for embedded IOA) read the
following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has three
physical parts:
1. The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
2. The RAID enablement card.
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3. The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
2B4C3401 2B4C3401
Explanation: Device backplane problem.
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
2B4C3405 2B4C3405
Explanation: An error occurred during task
initialization for a removable media device. This SRC is
logged when an error occurs and the removable media
device driver cannot determine the device type or
model.
Response: Perform the following:
v Check the Product Activity Log for other entries that
indicate interface problems and work those
problems.
v Check the device firmware level and apply the latest
PTFs.
v Check for LIC logs with major code 2E00. Contact
your next level of support with the information you
have gathered.
Problem determination: IPL the IOP to retry the
device identification process. If the error persists then
contact your service provider.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B4C34FF 2B4C34FF
Explanation: Format in progress.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
2B4C3601 2B4C3601
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2B4C4010 2B4C4010
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incorrect connection between cascaded
enclosures.
Failing Item:
v SIP3142
2B4C4020 2B4C4020
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Number of connections exceed I/O adapter
design limits.
Failing Item:
v SIP3143
2B4C4030 2B4C4030
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incorrect multipath connection.
Failing Item:
v SIP4144
2B4C4040 2B4C4040
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
I/O adapter and enclosure.
Failing Item:
v SIP4144
2B4C4041 2B4C4041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection.
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
2B4C4050 2B4C4050
Explanation: Enclosure does not support required
multipath function.
Failing Item:
v SIP3148
2B4C4060 2B4C4060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced.
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
2B4C3401 • 2B4C4060
392 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v SIP4153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
2B4C4061 2B4C4061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased.
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
2B4C4070 2B4C4070
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2B4C4100 2B4C4100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error.
Response: For card type 2BE1 (feature RAID
enablement card for embedded IOA) read the
following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has three
physical parts:
1. The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
2. The RAID enablement card.
3. The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SIP4152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01105
2B4C4101 2B4C4101
Explanation: Temporary device bus fabric error.
Failing Item:
v SIP4152
2B4C4110 2B4C4110
Explanation: Unsupported enclosure function
detected.
Failing Item:
v SIP3145
2B4C4150 2B4C4150
Explanation: I/O adapter detected PCI bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
2B4C4061 • 2B4C4150
(2B4C) Reference codes 393
v BACKPLN
v STORIOA
2B4C4160 2B4C4160
Explanation: I/O adapter detected and recovered a
PCI bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v BACKPLN
v STORIOA
2B4C70DD 2B4C70DD
Explanation: Disrupt device command completed
successfully.
2B4C8008 2B4C8008
Explanation: A permanent failure has occurred in the
cache battery pack or capacitive cache power card.
Response: Under a certain configuration, this SRC
may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card) read the following: When working the FRUs from
the serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has two
physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
2B4C4160 • 2B4C8008
394 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card) read
the following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapters (STORIOA) have two
physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
v STORIOA
v FEATCRD
2B4C8009 2B4C8009
Explanation: Impending failure in the cache battery
pack or capacitive cache power card.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
2B4C8100 2B4C8100
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2B4C8130 2B4C8130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2B4C8140 2B4C8140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2B4C8009 • 2B4C8140
(2B4C) Reference codes 395
2B4C8141 2B4C8141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error.
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2B4C8145 2B4C8145
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error.
Response: This error is logged against the storage
controller resource. Contact your next level of support
to determine the part number and location code of the
device.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C8146 2B4C8146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
2B4C8150 2B4C8150
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: Under a certain configuration, this SRC
may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2B4C8151 2B4C8151
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
2B4C8141 • 2B4C8151
396 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2B4C8155 2B4C8155
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2B4C8156 2B4C8156
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
2B4C8155 • 2B4C8156
(2B4C) Reference codes 397
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2B4C8157 2B4C8157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error.
Response: The FRU list in the Service Action Log will
vary based on the conditions this event was logged for.
Display the Service Action Log entry for this SRC. If
the Failing Item indicates an I/O adapter, then replace
the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Use Hardware Service Manager
to re-IPL the virtual I/O processor that is associated
with this I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the
virtual I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If you are replacing the I/O adapter and you are
working with one of the card types below, the adapter
has multiple physical parts. Choose the card type to
identify the physical parts of the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v STORIOA
2B4C8300 2B4C8300
Explanation: IOA hardware error or PCI bus error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
2B4C8157 • 2B4C8300
398 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
v PTFSRCH
2B4C8301 2B4C8301
Explanation: Not valid condition in Licensed Internal
Code.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2B4C8302 2B4C8302
Explanation: Missing Licensed Internal Code.
Response: Ensure that the code necessary to support
this I/O adapter is loaded.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
2B4C8301 • 2B4C8302
(2B4C) Reference codes 399
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v STORIOA
2B4C8400 2B4C8400
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B4C8404 2B4C8404
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2B4C9000 2B4C9000
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2B4C9001 2B4C9001
Explanation: Device configuration error.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C8400 • 2B4C9001
400 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2B4C9002 2B4C9002
Explanation: Device error.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C9008 2B4C9008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP3130
2B4C9010 2B4C9010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found.
Failing Item:
v SIP3120
2B4C9011 2B4C9011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C9020 2B4C9020
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2B4C9021 2B4C9021
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2B4C9022 2B4C9022
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2B4C9023 2B4C9023
Explanation: One or more array members not in
required physical locations.
Failing Item:
v SIP3112
2B4C9024 2B4C9024
Explanation: Array member physical location conflicts
with another array.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C9025 2B4C9025
Explanation: Incompatible device.
Response: An incompatible device is at the physical
location of the device which is causing the array to be
exposed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2B4C9026 2B4C9026
Explanation: Disk unit not found at required physical
location.
Response: A previously exposed disk unit in an array
was not found at the required physical location.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C9027 2B4C9027
Explanation: Array not functional due to parity out of
synchronization.
Response: Array is or would become exposed and
parity data is out of synchronization
Failing Item:
v SIP3113
2B4C9028 2B4C9028
Explanation: Maximum number of functional arrays
has been exceeded.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on this I/O
adapter. Either move all the devices in an array to
another I/O adapter that supports arrays, or stop an
array on this I/O adapter.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2B4C9029 2B4C9029
Explanation: Maximum number of functional array
members has been exceeded.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C9002 • 2B4C9029
(2B4C) Reference codes 401
2B4C9030 2B4C9030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2B4C9031 2B4C9031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array.
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
2B4C9032 2B4C9032
Explanation: A disk unit in an array is missing or
failed.
Response: The array is still protected, but the disk
unit should be replaced.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2B4C9040 2B4C9040
Explanation: Re-synchronization of array parity was
initiated.
Response: No action required.
2B4C9041 2B4C9041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors.
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C9042 2B4C9042
Explanation: Background parity check corrected errors
on disk unit.
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C9050 2B4C9050
Explanation: Required cache data not found for one or
more disk units.
Failing Item:
v SIP3131
2B4C9051 2B4C9051
Explanation: Cache data exists for one or more
missing or failed devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP3132
2B4C9052 2B4C9052
Explanation: Cache data exists for one or more
modified devices.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2B4C9054 2B4C9054
Explanation: IOA resources not available due to
previous problems.
Failing Item:
v SIP3121
2B4C9055 2B4C9055
Explanation: Write cache data is available for attached
storage IOA.
Response: No service action required.
2B4C9070 2B4C9070
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2B4C9071 2B4C9071
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary or remote
IOA is operational.
Response: No service action required.
2B4C9072 2B4C9072
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary or remote
IOA is non-operational.
Response: No service action required.
2B4C9030 • 2B4C9072
402 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2B4C9073 2B4C9073
Explanation: Multiple I/O adapters connected in a not
valid configuration.
Failing Item:
v SIP4140
2B4C9074 2B4C9074
Explanation: Multiple I/O adapters connected in a not
valid configuration.
Response: Multiple I/O adapters not capable of
similar functions or controlling the same set of devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP4141
2B4C9075 2B4C9075
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
between IOA and remote IOA.
Failing Item:
v SIP4149
2B4C9076 2B4C9076
Explanation: Missing auxiliary IOA or remote IOA.
Failing Item:
v SIP4147
2B4C9081 2B4C9081
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2B4C9082 2B4C9082
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
2B4C9073 • 2B4C9082
(2B4C) Reference codes 403
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2B4C9083 2B4C9083
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2B4C9084 2B4C9084
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2B4C9090 2B4C9090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the virtual I/O processor that is associated with this
I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the virtual
I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If any reference codes are surfaced, use the new
reference code to resolve the problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2B4C9091 2B4C9091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
detected.
Response: Use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the virtual I/O processor that is associated with this
I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the virtual
I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If any reference codes are surfaced, use the new
reference code to resolve the problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2B4C9092 2B4C9092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v SIP3134
2B4C9500 2B4C9500
Explanation: Internal program error in driver code.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B4C9903 2B4C9903
Explanation: Tape device information was logged.
Informational event, no service required.
2B4CC000 2B4CC000
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2B4CC402 2B4CC402
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: Ask your next level of support for
assistance.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B4CFF3D 2B4CFF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected a recoverable error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
2B4C9083 • 2B4CFF3D
404 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2B4CFF3D
(2B4C) Reference codes 405
406 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2B56) Reference codes
2B56A001 2B56A001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
2B56B9B0 2B56B9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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408 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2B57) Reference codes
2B57A001 2B57A001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
2B57B9B0 2B57B9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 409
410 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2B6C) Reference codes
2B6CB904 2B6CB904
Explanation: I/O Adapter Licensed Internal Code
failed
Failing Item:
v AJDGP01
v FI00719
2B6CB934 2B6CB934
Explanation: Incompatible hardware detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
2B6CB940 2B6CB940
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
v MA_BRDG
2B6CB941 2B6CB941
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
2B6CB942 2B6CB942
Explanation: One half of I/O adapter failed.
Failing Item:
v FI00719
v FI00718
v AJDGP01
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412 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2B74) Reference codes
2B74A001 2B74A001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
2B74B9B0 2B74B9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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414 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2B93) Reference codes
2B933020 2B933020
Explanation: Configuration error on port 0
Response: Too many devices have been configured on
port 0. Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2B933021 2B933021
Explanation: Configuration error on port 1
Response: Too many devices have been configured on
port 1. Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2B933100 2B933100
Explanation: Interface error on port 0
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B933101 2B933101
Explanation: Interface error on port 1
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B933120 2B933120
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 0.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
2B933121 2B933121
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 1.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
2B933140 2B933140
Explanation: Port 0 is now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
2B933141 2B933141
Explanation: Port 1 is now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
2B933400 2B933400
Explanation: Device error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B933405 2B933405
Explanation: An error occurred during task
initialization for a removable media device. This SRC is
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logged when an error occurs and the removable media
device driver cannot determine the device type or
model.
Response: Perform the following:
v Check the Product Activity Log for other entries that
indicate interface problems and work those
problems.
v Check the device firmware level and apply the latest
PTFs.
v Check for LIC logs with major code 2E00. Contact
your next level of support with the information you
have gathered.
Problem determination: IPL the IOP to retry the
device identification process. If the error persists then
contact your service provider.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B9334FF 2B9334FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be usable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
2B934150 2B934150
Explanation: I/O adapter detected PCI bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v BACKPLN
v FCIOA
2B938100 2B938100
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v FCIOA
2B938130 2B938130
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
on port 0
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
2B938131 2B938131
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
on port 1
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
2B938150 2B938150
Explanation: A permanent I/O adapter failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
2B938300 2B938300
Explanation: IOA hardware error or PCI bus error
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v PTFSRCH
v OPT_CLN
2B938301 2B938301
Explanation: Not valid condition in Licensed Internal
Code
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B938302 2B938302
Explanation: Missing Licensed Internal Code
Response: Ensure that the code necessary to support
this I/O adapter is loaded.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B939500 2B939500
Explanation: Internal program error in driver code.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B9334FF • 2B939500
416 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2B939903 2B939903
Explanation: Tape device information was logged.
Informational event, no service required.
2B93A001 2B93A001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
2B93B000 2B93B000
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2B93B402 2B93B402
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B93B9B0 2B93B9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
2B93C000 2B93C000
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2B93C402 2B93C402
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B939903 • 2B93C402
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418 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2B9B) Reference codes
2B9B3020 2B9B3020
Explanation: Configuration error on port 0
Response: Too many devices have been configured on
port 0. Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2B9B3021 2B9B3021
Explanation: Configuration error on port 1
Response: Too many devices have been configured on
port 1. Change the configuration.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2B9B3100 2B9B3100
Explanation: Interface error on port 0
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B9B3101 2B9B3101
Explanation: Interface error on port 1
Failing Item:
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B9B3120 2B9B3120
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 0.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
2B9B3121 2B9B3121
Explanation: An open port was detected on port 1.
Problem determination:
1. Check for a missing cable or wrap connector.
2. This error can occur when a shared device is being
moved from one LPAR to another LPAR and the
port was left open.
3. This error can occur if there is a port or link failure.
If you have eliminated the above possibilities
contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v FCPORT
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v OPT_CLN
2B9B3140 2B9B3140
Explanation: Port 0 is now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3120 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
2B9B3141 2B9B3141
Explanation: Port 1 is now operational
Response: This reference code and the 3121 reference
code that occurred before it require no service action,
since the port is now operational.
2B9B3400 2B9B3400
Explanation: Device error
Failing Item:
v FCDEV
v FCINTF
v ANYFC
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B9B3405 2B9B3405
Explanation: An error occurred during task
initialization for a removable media device. This SRC is
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logged when an error occurs and the removable media
device driver cannot determine the device type or
model.
Response: Perform the following:
v Check the Product Activity Log for other entries that
indicate interface problems and work those
problems.
v Check the device firmware level and apply the latest
PTFs.
v Check for LIC logs with major code 2E00. Contact
your next level of support with the information you
have gathered.
Problem determination: IPL the IOP to retry the
device identification process. If the error persists then
contact your service provider.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B9B34FF 2B9B34FF
Explanation: Format in progress
Response: The device indicated that a format is in
progress. When the format is complete, the device
should be usable. No action is required. This reference
code is logged for information only.
2B9B4150 2B9B4150
Explanation: I/O adapter detected PCI bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v BACKPLN
v FCIOA
2B9B8100 2B9B8100
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v FCIOA
2B9B8130 2B9B8130
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
on port 0
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
2B9B8131 2B9B8131
Explanation: Recovered Fibre Channel interface error
on port 1
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
2B9B8150 2B9B8150
Explanation: A permanent I/O adapter failure
occurred
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v OPT_CLN
2B9B8300 2B9B8300
Explanation: IOA hardware error or PCI bus error
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v ANYBRDG
v PTFSRCH
v OPT_CLN
2B9B8301 2B9B8301
Explanation: Not valid condition in Licensed Internal
Code
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B9B8302 2B9B8302
Explanation: Missing Licensed Internal Code
Response: Ensure that the code necessary to support
this I/O adapter is loaded.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v FCIOA
v OPT_CLN
2B9B9500 2B9B9500
Explanation: Internal program error in driver code.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B9B34FF • 2B9B9500
420 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2B9B9903 2B9B9903
Explanation: Tape device information was logged.
Informational event, no service required.
2B9BB000 2B9BB000
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2B9BB402 2B9BB402
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B9BC000 2B9BC000
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2B9BC402 2B9BC402
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2B9B9903 • 2B9BC402
(2B9B) Reference codes 421
422 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2BBE) Reference codes
2BBE1511 2BBE1511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BBE1515 2BBE1515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BBE1521 2BBE1521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BBE1525 2BBE1525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BBE3002 2BBE3002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BBE3109 2BBE3109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BBE7614 2BBE7614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BBE7624 2BBE7624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BBE7634 2BBE7634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BBE7644 2BBE7644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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2BBE8404 2BBE8404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
2BBEFFF4 2BBEFFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BBE8404 • 2BBEFFF4
424 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2BD6) Reference codes
2BD61511 2BD61511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BD61515 2BD61515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BD61521 2BD61521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BD61525 2BD61525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BD63002 2BD63002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BD63109 2BD63109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BD67614 2BD67614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BD67624 2BD67624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BD67634 2BD67634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BD67644 2BD67644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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2BD68404 2BD68404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
2BD6FFF4 2BD6FFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BD68404 • 2BD6FFF4
426 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2BD8) Reference codes
2BD81511 2BD81511
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 1
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BD81515 2BD81515
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 1
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BD81521 2BD81521
Explanation: A non-fatal error occurred on power
supply 2
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BD81525 2BD81525
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on power supply 2
Problem determination: This SRC can be the result of
a loss of utility power, battery back up or UPS power
to the I/O storage unit. The unit and power supply
that detected the problem are in the FRU list of the
serviceable event. Before starting a repair action for this
problem verify that utility power, BBU or UPS to the
unit was not interrupted at the time the SRC was
logged. If there was an interruption to power at about
the same time then no service is required and this
problem can be closed.
Failing Item:
v DISKPWR
v DEVBPLN
v SASEXP
2BD83002 2BD83002
Explanation: Addressed device backplane failed to
respond to selection
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BD83109 2BD83109
Explanation: I/O adapter timed out a device
backplane command
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BD87614 2BD87614
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 1
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BD87624 2BD87624
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 2
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BD87634 2BD87634
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 3
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
2BD87644 2BD87644
Explanation: A fatal error occurred on fan 4
Failing Item:
v DISKFAN
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2BD88404 2BD88404
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
2BD8FFF4 2BD8FFF4
Explanation: Device backplane problem
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v SASCABL
v STORIOA
v DEVBPLN
2BD88404 • 2BD8FFF4
428 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2BD9) Reference codes
2BD91310 2BD91310
Explanation: The I/O adapter resource not available.
Response: The I/O adapter error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
2BD93000 2BD93000
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BD93020 2BD93020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BD93100 2BD93100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BD93140 2BD93140
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BD93202 2BD93202
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error.
Response: The device is not supported in the current
configuration. An I/O processor might be required.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BD93400 2BD93400
Explanation: Unknown resource error.
Response: For card type 2BE1 (feature RAID
enablement card for embedded IOA) read the
following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has three
physical parts:
1. The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
2. The RAID enablement card.
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3. The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
2BD93401 2BD93401
Explanation: Device backplane problem.
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
2BD93405 2BD93405
Explanation: An error occurred during task
initialization for a removable media device. This SRC is
logged when an error occurs and the removable media
device driver cannot determine the device type or
model.
Response: Perform the following:
v Check the Product Activity Log for other entries that
indicate interface problems and work those
problems.
v Check the device firmware level and apply the latest
PTFs.
v Check for LIC logs with major code 2E00. Contact
your next level of support with the information you
have gathered.
Problem determination: IPL the IOP to retry the
device identification process. If the error persists then
contact your service provider.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BD934FF 2BD934FF
Explanation: Format in progress.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
2BD93601 2BD93601
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BD94010 2BD94010
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incorrect connection between cascaded
enclosures.
Failing Item:
v SIP3142
2BD94020 2BD94020
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Number of connections exceed I/O adapter
design limits.
Failing Item:
v SIP3143
2BD94030 2BD94030
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incorrect multipath connection.
Failing Item:
v SIP4144
2BD94040 2BD94040
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
I/O adapter and enclosure.
Failing Item:
v SIP4144
2BD94041 2BD94041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection.
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
2BD94050 2BD94050
Explanation: Enclosure does not support required
multipath function.
Failing Item:
v SIP3148
2BD94060 2BD94060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced.
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
2BD93401 • 2BD94060
430 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v SIP4153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
2BD94061 2BD94061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased.
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
2BD94070 2BD94070
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BD94100 2BD94100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error.
Response: For card type 2BE1 (feature RAID
enablement card for embedded IOA) read the
following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has three
physical parts:
1. The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
2. The RAID enablement card.
3. The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SIP4152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01105
2BD94101 2BD94101
Explanation: Temporary device bus fabric error.
Failing Item:
v SIP4152
2BD94110 2BD94110
Explanation: Unsupported enclosure function
detected.
Failing Item:
v SIP3145
2BD94150 2BD94150
Explanation: I/O adapter detected PCI bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
2BD94061 • 2BD94150
(2BD9) Reference codes 431
v BACKPLN
v STORIOA
2BD94160 2BD94160
Explanation: I/O adapter detected and recovered a
PCI bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v BACKPLN
v STORIOA
2BD970DD 2BD970DD
Explanation: Disrupt device command completed
successfully.
2BD98008 2BD98008
Explanation: A permanent failure has occurred in the
cache battery pack or capacitive cache power card.
Response: Under a certain configuration, this SRC
may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card) read the following: When working the FRUs from
the serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has two
physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
2BD94160 • 2BD98008
432 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card) read
the following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapters (STORIOA) have two
physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
v STORIOA
v FEATCRD
2BD98009 2BD98009
Explanation: Impending failure in the cache battery
pack or capacitive cache power card.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
2BD98100 2BD98100
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BD98130 2BD98130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BD98140 2BD98140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BD98009 • 2BD98140
(2BD9) Reference codes 433
2BD98141 2BD98141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error.
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2BD98145 2BD98145
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error.
Response: This error is logged against the storage
controller resource. Contact your next level of support
to determine the part number and location code of the
device.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD98146 2BD98146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
2BD98150 2BD98150
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: Under a certain configuration, this SRC
may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BD98151 2BD98151
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
2BD98141 • 2BD98151
434 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BD98155 2BD98155
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BD98156 2BD98156
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
2BD98155 • 2BD98156
(2BD9) Reference codes 435
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BD98157 2BD98157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error.
Response: The FRU list in the Service Action Log will
vary based on the conditions this event was logged for.
Display the Service Action Log entry for this SRC. If
the Failing Item indicates an I/O adapter, then replace
the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Use Hardware Service Manager
to re-IPL the virtual I/O processor that is associated
with this I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the
virtual I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If you are replacing the I/O adapter and you are
working with one of the card types below, the adapter
has multiple physical parts. Choose the card type to
identify the physical parts of the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v STORIOA
2BD98300 2BD98300
Explanation: IOA hardware error or PCI bus error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
2BD98157 • 2BD98300
436 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
v PTFSRCH
2BD98301 2BD98301
Explanation: Not valid condition in Licensed Internal
Code.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BD98302 2BD98302
Explanation: Missing Licensed Internal Code.
Response: Ensure that the code necessary to support
this I/O adapter is loaded.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
2BD98301 • 2BD98302
(2BD9) Reference codes 437
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v STORIOA
2BD98400 2BD98400
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BD98404 2BD98404
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BD99000 2BD99000
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BD99001 2BD99001
Explanation: Device configuration error.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD98400 • 2BD99001
438 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2BD99002 2BD99002
Explanation: Device error.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD99008 2BD99008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP3130
2BD99010 2BD99010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found.
Failing Item:
v SIP3120
2BD99011 2BD99011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD99020 2BD99020
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BD99021 2BD99021
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BD99022 2BD99022
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BD99023 2BD99023
Explanation: One or more array members not in
required physical locations.
Failing Item:
v SIP3112
2BD99024 2BD99024
Explanation: Array member physical location conflicts
with another array.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD99025 2BD99025
Explanation: Incompatible device.
Response: An incompatible device is at the physical
location of the device which is causing the array to be
exposed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BD99026 2BD99026
Explanation: Disk unit not found at required physical
location.
Response: A previously exposed disk unit in an array
was not found at the required physical location.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD99027 2BD99027
Explanation: Array not functional due to parity out of
synchronization.
Response: Array is or would become exposed and
parity data is out of synchronization
Failing Item:
v SIP3113
2BD99028 2BD99028
Explanation: Maximum number of functional arrays
has been exceeded.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on this I/O
adapter. Either move all the devices in an array to
another I/O adapter that supports arrays, or stop an
array on this I/O adapter.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BD99029 2BD99029
Explanation: Maximum number of functional array
members has been exceeded.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD99002 • 2BD99029
(2BD9) Reference codes 439
2BD99030 2BD99030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BD99031 2BD99031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array.
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
2BD99032 2BD99032
Explanation: A disk unit in an array is missing or
failed.
Response: The array is still protected, but the disk
unit should be replaced.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BD99040 2BD99040
Explanation: Re-synchronization of array parity was
initiated.
Response: No action required.
2BD99041 2BD99041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors.
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD99042 2BD99042
Explanation: Background parity check corrected errors
on disk unit.
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD99050 2BD99050
Explanation: Required cache data not found for one or
more disk units.
Failing Item:
v SIP3131
2BD99051 2BD99051
Explanation: Cache data exists for one or more
missing or failed devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP3132
2BD99052 2BD99052
Explanation: Cache data exists for one or more
modified devices.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BD99054 2BD99054
Explanation: IOA resources not available due to
previous problems.
Failing Item:
v SIP3121
2BD99055 2BD99055
Explanation: Write cache data is available for attached
storage IOA.
Response: No service action required.
2BD99070 2BD99070
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BD99071 2BD99071
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary or remote
IOA is operational.
Response: No service action required.
2BD99072 2BD99072
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary or remote
IOA is non-operational.
Response: No service action required.
2BD99030 • 2BD99072
440 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2BD99073 2BD99073
Explanation: Multiple I/O adapters connected in a not
valid configuration.
Failing Item:
v SIP4140
2BD99074 2BD99074
Explanation: Multiple I/O adapters connected in a not
valid configuration.
Response: Multiple I/O adapters not capable of
similar functions or controlling the same set of devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP4141
2BD99075 2BD99075
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
between IOA and remote IOA.
Failing Item:
v SIP4149
2BD99076 2BD99076
Explanation: Missing auxiliary IOA or remote IOA.
Failing Item:
v SIP4147
2BD99081 2BD99081
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BD99082 2BD99082
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
2BD99073 • 2BD99082
(2BD9) Reference codes 441
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BD99083 2BD99083
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BD99084 2BD99084
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BD99090 2BD99090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the virtual I/O processor that is associated with this
I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the virtual
I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If any reference codes are surfaced, use the new
reference code to resolve the problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BD99091 2BD99091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
detected.
Response: Use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the virtual I/O processor that is associated with this
I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the virtual
I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If any reference codes are surfaced, use the new
reference code to resolve the problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BD99092 2BD99092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v SIP3134
2BD99500 2BD99500
Explanation: Internal program error in driver code.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BD99903 2BD99903
Explanation: Tape device information was logged.
Informational event, no service required.
2BD9C000 2BD9C000
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2BD9C402 2BD9C402
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: Ask your next level of support for
assistance.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BD9FF3D 2BD9FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected a recoverable error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
2BD99083 • 2BD9FF3D
442 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BD9FF3D
(2BD9) Reference codes 443
444 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2BE0) Reference codes
2BE01310 2BE01310
Explanation: The I/O adapter resource not available.
Response: The I/O adapter error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
2BE03000 2BE03000
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BE03020 2BE03020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BE03100 2BE03100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BE03140 2BE03140
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE03202 2BE03202
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error.
Response: The device is not supported in the current
configuration. An I/O processor might be required.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BE03400 2BE03400
Explanation: Unknown resource error.
Response: For card type 2BE1 (feature RAID
enablement card for embedded IOA) read the
following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has three
physical parts:
1. The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
2. The RAID enablement card.
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3. The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
2BE03401 2BE03401
Explanation: Device backplane problem.
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
2BE03405 2BE03405
Explanation: An error occurred during task
initialization for a removable media device. This SRC is
logged when an error occurs and the removable media
device driver cannot determine the device type or
model.
Response: Perform the following:
v Check the Product Activity Log for other entries that
indicate interface problems and work those
problems.
v Check the device firmware level and apply the latest
PTFs.
v Check for LIC logs with major code 2E00. Contact
your next level of support with the information you
have gathered.
Problem determination: IPL the IOP to retry the
device identification process. If the error persists then
contact your service provider.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BE034FF 2BE034FF
Explanation: Format in progress.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
2BE03601 2BE03601
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE04010 2BE04010
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incorrect connection between cascaded
enclosures.
Failing Item:
v SIP3142
2BE04020 2BE04020
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Number of connections exceed I/O adapter
design limits.
Failing Item:
v SIP3143
2BE04030 2BE04030
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incorrect multipath connection.
Failing Item:
v SIP4144
2BE04040 2BE04040
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
I/O adapter and enclosure.
Failing Item:
v SIP4144
2BE04041 2BE04041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection.
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
2BE04050 2BE04050
Explanation: Enclosure does not support required
multipath function.
Failing Item:
v SIP3148
2BE04060 2BE04060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced.
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
2BE03401 • 2BE04060
446 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v SIP4153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
2BE04061 2BE04061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased.
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
2BE04070 2BE04070
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE04100 2BE04100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error.
Response: For card type 2BE1 (feature RAID
enablement card for embedded IOA) read the
following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has three
physical parts:
1. The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
2. The RAID enablement card.
3. The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SIP4152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01105
2BE04101 2BE04101
Explanation: Temporary device bus fabric error.
Failing Item:
v SIP4152
2BE04110 2BE04110
Explanation: Unsupported enclosure function
detected.
Failing Item:
v SIP3145
2BE04150 2BE04150
Explanation: I/O adapter detected PCI bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
2BE04061 • 2BE04150
(2BE0) Reference codes 447
v BACKPLN
v STORIOA
2BE04160 2BE04160
Explanation: I/O adapter detected and recovered a
PCI bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v BACKPLN
v STORIOA
2BE070DD 2BE070DD
Explanation: Disrupt device command completed
successfully.
2BE08008 2BE08008
Explanation: A permanent failure has occurred in the
cache battery pack or capacitive cache power card.
Response: Under a certain configuration, this SRC
may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card) read the following: When working the FRUs from
the serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has two
physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
2BE04160 • 2BE08008
448 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card) read
the following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapters (STORIOA) have two
physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
v STORIOA
v FEATCRD
2BE08009 2BE08009
Explanation: Impending failure in the cache battery
pack or capacitive cache power card.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
2BE08100 2BE08100
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE08130 2BE08130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BE08140 2BE08140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BE08009 • 2BE08140
(2BE0) Reference codes 449
2BE08141 2BE08141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error.
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2BE08145 2BE08145
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error.
Response: This error is logged against the storage
controller resource. Contact your next level of support
to determine the part number and location code of the
device.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE08146 2BE08146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
2BE08150 2BE08150
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: Under a certain configuration, this SRC
may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BE08151 2BE08151
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
2BE08141 • 2BE08151
450 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE08155 2BE08155
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE08156 2BE08156
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
2BE08155 • 2BE08156
(2BE0) Reference codes 451
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE08157 2BE08157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error.
Response: The FRU list in the Service Action Log will
vary based on the conditions this event was logged for.
Display the Service Action Log entry for this SRC. If
the Failing Item indicates an I/O adapter, then replace
the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Use Hardware Service Manager
to re-IPL the virtual I/O processor that is associated
with this I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the
virtual I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If you are replacing the I/O adapter and you are
working with one of the card types below, the adapter
has multiple physical parts. Choose the card type to
identify the physical parts of the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v STORIOA
2BE08300 2BE08300
Explanation: IOA hardware error or PCI bus error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
2BE08157 • 2BE08300
452 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
v PTFSRCH
2BE08301 2BE08301
Explanation: Not valid condition in Licensed Internal
Code.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE08302 2BE08302
Explanation: Missing Licensed Internal Code.
Response: Ensure that the code necessary to support
this I/O adapter is loaded.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
2BE08301 • 2BE08302
(2BE0) Reference codes 453
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v STORIOA
2BE08400 2BE08400
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BE08404 2BE08404
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE09000 2BE09000
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BE09001 2BE09001
Explanation: Device configuration error.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE08400 • 2BE09001
454 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2BE09002 2BE09002
Explanation: Device error.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE09008 2BE09008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP3130
2BE09010 2BE09010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found.
Failing Item:
v SIP3120
2BE09011 2BE09011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE09020 2BE09020
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BE09021 2BE09021
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BE09022 2BE09022
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BE09023 2BE09023
Explanation: One or more array members not in
required physical locations.
Failing Item:
v SIP3112
2BE09024 2BE09024
Explanation: Array member physical location conflicts
with another array.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE09025 2BE09025
Explanation: Incompatible device.
Response: An incompatible device is at the physical
location of the device which is causing the array to be
exposed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BE09026 2BE09026
Explanation: Disk unit not found at required physical
location.
Response: A previously exposed disk unit in an array
was not found at the required physical location.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE09027 2BE09027
Explanation: Array not functional due to parity out of
synchronization.
Response: Array is or would become exposed and
parity data is out of synchronization
Failing Item:
v SIP3113
2BE09028 2BE09028
Explanation: Maximum number of functional arrays
has been exceeded.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on this I/O
adapter. Either move all the devices in an array to
another I/O adapter that supports arrays, or stop an
array on this I/O adapter.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BE09029 2BE09029
Explanation: Maximum number of functional array
members has been exceeded.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE09002 • 2BE09029
(2BE0) Reference codes 455
2BE09030 2BE09030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BE09031 2BE09031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array.
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
2BE09032 2BE09032
Explanation: A disk unit in an array is missing or
failed.
Response: The array is still protected, but the disk
unit should be replaced.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BE09040 2BE09040
Explanation: Re-synchronization of array parity was
initiated.
Response: No action required.
2BE09041 2BE09041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors.
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE09042 2BE09042
Explanation: Background parity check corrected errors
on disk unit.
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE09050 2BE09050
Explanation: Required cache data not found for one or
more disk units.
Failing Item:
v SIP3131
2BE09051 2BE09051
Explanation: Cache data exists for one or more
missing or failed devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP3132
2BE09052 2BE09052
Explanation: Cache data exists for one or more
modified devices.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE09054 2BE09054
Explanation: IOA resources not available due to
previous problems.
Failing Item:
v SIP3121
2BE09055 2BE09055
Explanation: Write cache data is available for attached
storage IOA.
Response: No service action required.
2BE09070 2BE09070
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE09071 2BE09071
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary or remote
IOA is operational.
Response: No service action required.
2BE09072 2BE09072
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary or remote
IOA is non-operational.
Response: No service action required.
2BE09030 • 2BE09072
456 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2BE09073 2BE09073
Explanation: Multiple I/O adapters connected in a not
valid configuration.
Failing Item:
v SIP4140
2BE09074 2BE09074
Explanation: Multiple I/O adapters connected in a not
valid configuration.
Response: Multiple I/O adapters not capable of
similar functions or controlling the same set of devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP4141
2BE09075 2BE09075
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
between IOA and remote IOA.
Failing Item:
v SIP4149
2BE09076 2BE09076
Explanation: Missing auxiliary IOA or remote IOA.
Failing Item:
v SIP4147
2BE09081 2BE09081
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BE09082 2BE09082
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
2BE09073 • 2BE09082
(2BE0) Reference codes 457
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BE09083 2BE09083
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE09084 2BE09084
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE09090 2BE09090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the virtual I/O processor that is associated with this
I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the virtual
I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If any reference codes are surfaced, use the new
reference code to resolve the problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BE09091 2BE09091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
detected.
Response: Use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the virtual I/O processor that is associated with this
I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the virtual
I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If any reference codes are surfaced, use the new
reference code to resolve the problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BE09092 2BE09092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v SIP3134
2BE09500 2BE09500
Explanation: Internal program error in driver code.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BE09903 2BE09903
Explanation: Tape device information was logged.
Informational event, no service required.
2BE0C000 2BE0C000
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2BE0C402 2BE0C402
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: Ask your next level of support for
assistance.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BE0FF3D 2BE0FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected a recoverable error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
2BE09083 • 2BE0FF3D
458 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BE0FF3D
(2BE0) Reference codes 459
460 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2BE1) Reference codes
2BE11310 2BE11310
Explanation: The I/O adapter resource not available.
Response: The I/O adapter error log is being filled
faster than the errors are being reported to the system.
Check other errors reported to the system and correct
them.
2BE13000 2BE13000
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BE13020 2BE13020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BE13100 2BE13100
Explanation: Device bus interface error occurred.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BE13140 2BE13140
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE13202 2BE13202
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error.
Response: The device is not supported in the current
configuration. An I/O processor might be required.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BE13400 2BE13400
Explanation: Unknown resource error.
Response: For card type 2BE1 (feature RAID
enablement card for embedded IOA) read the
following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has three
physical parts:
1. The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
2. The RAID enablement card.
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3. The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
v FI02112
v STORIOA
v SASCABL
2BE13401 2BE13401
Explanation: Device backplane problem.
Failing Item:
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
2BE13405 2BE13405
Explanation: An error occurred during task
initialization for a removable media device. This SRC is
logged when an error occurs and the removable media
device driver cannot determine the device type or
model.
Response: Perform the following:
v Check the Product Activity Log for other entries that
indicate interface problems and work those
problems.
v Check the device firmware level and apply the latest
PTFs.
v Check for LIC logs with major code 2E00. Contact
your next level of support with the information you
have gathered.
Problem determination: IPL the IOP to retry the
device identification process. If the error persists then
contact your service provider.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BE134FF 2BE134FF
Explanation: Format in progress.
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
2BE13601 2BE13601
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE14010 2BE14010
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incorrect connection between cascaded
enclosures.
Failing Item:
v SIP3142
2BE14020 2BE14020
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Number of connections exceed I/O adapter
design limits.
Failing Item:
v SIP3143
2BE14030 2BE14030
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incorrect multipath connection.
Failing Item:
v SIP4144
2BE14040 2BE14040
Explanation: Configuration error.
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
I/O adapter and enclosure.
Failing Item:
v SIP4144
2BE14041 2BE14041
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection.
Response: Incomplete multipath connection between
device backplane and device.
Failing Item:
v SIP3146
2BE14050 2BE14050
Explanation: Enclosure does not support required
multipath function.
Failing Item:
v SIP3148
2BE14060 2BE14060
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level reduced.
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has
failed.
Failing Item:
2BE13401 • 2BE14060
462 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
v SIP4153
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
2BE14061 2BE14061
Explanation: Multipath redundancy level increased.
Response: A redundant disk unit connection has been
restored. No service action is required.
2BE14070 2BE14070
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE14100 2BE14100
Explanation: Device bus fabric error.
Response: For card type 2BE1 (feature RAID
enablement card for embedded IOA) read the
following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has three
physical parts:
1. The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
2. The RAID enablement card.
3. The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SIP4152
v SASCABL
v SASEXP
v DEVBPLN
v STORIOA
v FI01105
2BE14101 2BE14101
Explanation: Temporary device bus fabric error.
Failing Item:
v SIP4152
2BE14110 2BE14110
Explanation: Unsupported enclosure function
detected.
Failing Item:
v SIP3145
2BE14150 2BE14150
Explanation: I/O adapter detected PCI bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
2BE14061 • 2BE14150
(2BE1) Reference codes 463
v BACKPLN
v STORIOA
2BE14160 2BE14160
Explanation: I/O adapter detected and recovered a
PCI bus error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v BACKPLN
v STORIOA
2BE170DD 2BE170DD
Explanation: Disrupt device command completed
successfully.
2BE18008 2BE18008
Explanation: A permanent failure has occurred in the
cache battery pack or capacitive cache power card.
Response: Under a certain configuration, this SRC
may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card) read the following: When working the FRUs from
the serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has two
physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
2BE14160 • 2BE18008
464 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card) read
the following: When working the FRUs from the
serviceable event or the failing item list here, the
embedded storage adapters (STORIOA) have two
physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
v STORIOA
v FEATCRD
2BE18009 2BE18009
Explanation: Impending failure in the cache battery
pack or capacitive cache power card.
Failing Item:
v CACHBAT
2BE18100 2BE18100
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE18130 2BE18130
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BE18140 2BE18140
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device bus
error.
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v SIP4150
2BE18009 • 2BE18140
(2BE1) Reference codes 465
2BE18141 2BE18141
Explanation: IOA detected recoverable device error.
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2BE18145 2BE18145
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error.
Response: This error is logged against the storage
controller resource. Contact your next level of support
to determine the part number and location code of the
device.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE18146 2BE18146
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
2BE18150 2BE18150
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: Under a certain configuration, this SRC
may not represent an error that requires a service
action. Depending on the configuration of the system,
the Storage IOA may have been altered and/or the
Storage IOA Cache may have been disabled to allow
attachment of OEM Storage that emulates a Load
Source drive. If this is the case, this error will be posted
each time the IOA is IPLed and it can be ignored.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BE18151 2BE18151
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
2BE18141 • 2BE18151
466 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE18155 2BE18155
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE18156 2BE18156
Explanation: A permanent failure occurred.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
2BE18155 • 2BE18156
(2BE1) Reference codes 467
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE18157 2BE18157
Explanation: I/O adapter card error.
Response: The FRU list in the Service Action Log will
vary based on the conditions this event was logged for.
Display the Service Action Log entry for this SRC. If
the Failing Item indicates an I/O adapter, then replace
the I/O adapter. If the Failing Item indicates
SVCDOCS, then do NOT replace the I/O adapter. This
is a recoverable error. Use Hardware Service Manager
to re-IPL the virtual I/O processor that is associated
with this I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the
virtual I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If you are replacing the I/O adapter and you are
working with one of the card types below, the adapter
has multiple physical parts. Choose the card type to
identify the physical parts of the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v STORIOA
2BE18300 2BE18300
Explanation: IOA hardware error or PCI bus error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
2BE18157 • 2BE18300
468 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
v PTFSRCH
2BE18301 2BE18301
Explanation: Not valid condition in Licensed Internal
Code.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v STORIOA
2BE18302 2BE18302
Explanation: Missing Licensed Internal Code.
Response: Ensure that the code necessary to support
this I/O adapter is loaded.
If you are working with one of the card types below,
the adapter has multiple physical parts. Choose the
card type to identify the physical parts of the storage
adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
2BE18301 • 2BE18302
(2BE1) Reference codes 469
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
v STORIOA
2BE18400 2BE18400
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BE18404 2BE18404
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE19000 2BE19000
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BE19001 2BE19001
Explanation: Device configuration error.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE18400 • 2BE19001
470 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2BE19002 2BE19002
Explanation: Device error.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE19008 2BE19008
Explanation: I/O card does not support functions
expected by devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP3130
2BE19010 2BE19010
Explanation: Cache data associated with attached
devices cannot be found.
Failing Item:
v SIP3120
2BE19011 2BE19011
Explanation: Cache data belongs to devices other than
those attached.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE19020 2BE19020
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BE19021 2BE19021
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BE19022 2BE19022
Explanation: Two or more disk units missing from
RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
Failing Item:
v SIP3111
2BE19023 2BE19023
Explanation: One or more array members not in
required physical locations.
Failing Item:
v SIP3112
2BE19024 2BE19024
Explanation: Array member physical location conflicts
with another array.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE19025 2BE19025
Explanation: Incompatible device.
Response: An incompatible device is at the physical
location of the device which is causing the array to be
exposed.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BE19026 2BE19026
Explanation: Disk unit not found at required physical
location.
Response: A previously exposed disk unit in an array
was not found at the required physical location.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE19027 2BE19027
Explanation: Array not functional due to parity out of
synchronization.
Response: Array is or would become exposed and
parity data is out of synchronization
Failing Item:
v SIP3113
2BE19028 2BE19028
Explanation: Maximum number of functional arrays
has been exceeded.
Response: Reduce the number of arrays on this I/O
adapter. Either move all the devices in an array to
another I/O adapter that supports arrays, or stop an
array on this I/O adapter.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BE19029 2BE19029
Explanation: Maximum number of functional array
members has been exceeded.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE19002 • 2BE19029
(2BE1) Reference codes 471
2BE19030 2BE19030
Explanation: Array no longer protected due to
missing or failed disk unit.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BE19031 2BE19031
Explanation: Automatic rebuild initiated for array.
Response: Either a previous rebuild was interrupted
and was automatically restarted, or a hot spare disk
unit was used to automatically rebuild the array. Look
for other reference codes and take action on them.
2BE19032 2BE19032
Explanation: A disk unit in an array is missing or
failed.
Response: The array is still protected, but the disk
unit should be replaced.
Failing Item:
v SIP3110
v FI02112
2BE19040 2BE19040
Explanation: Re-synchronization of array parity was
initiated.
Response: No action required.
2BE19041 2BE19041
Explanation: Background array parity check detected
and corrected errors.
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE19042 2BE19042
Explanation: Background parity check corrected errors
on disk unit.
Response: Call your next level of support to report
the problem.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE19050 2BE19050
Explanation: Required cache data not found for one or
more disk units.
Failing Item:
v SIP3131
2BE19051 2BE19051
Explanation: Cache data exists for one or more
missing or failed devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP3132
2BE19052 2BE19052
Explanation: Cache data exists for one or more
modified devices.
Response: Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v NEXTLVL
2BE19054 2BE19054
Explanation: IOA resources not available due to
previous problems.
Failing Item:
v SIP3121
2BE19055 2BE19055
Explanation: Write cache data is available for attached
storage IOA.
Response: No service action required.
2BE19070 2BE19070
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE19071 2BE19071
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary or remote
IOA is operational.
Response: No service action required.
2BE19072 2BE19072
Explanation: Link from IOA to auxiliary or remote
IOA is non-operational.
Response: No service action required.
2BE19030 • 2BE19072
472 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
2BE19073 2BE19073
Explanation: Multiple I/O adapters connected in a not
valid configuration.
Failing Item:
v SIP4140
2BE19074 2BE19074
Explanation: Multiple I/O adapters connected in a not
valid configuration.
Response: Multiple I/O adapters not capable of
similar functions or controlling the same set of devices.
Failing Item:
v SIP4141
2BE19075 2BE19075
Explanation: Incomplete multipath connection
between IOA and remote IOA.
Failing Item:
v SIP4149
2BE19076 2BE19076
Explanation: Missing auxiliary IOA or remote IOA.
Failing Item:
v SIP4147
2BE19081 2BE19081
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BE19082 2BE19082
Explanation: Device error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
2BE19073 • 2BE19082
(2BE1) Reference codes 473
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v FI01105
v STORIOA
2BE19083 2BE19083
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE19084 2BE19084
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
2BE19090 2BE19090
Explanation: Disk unit has been modified after the
last known status.
Response: Use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the virtual I/O processor that is associated with this
I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the virtual
I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If any reference codes are surfaced, use the new
reference code to resolve the problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BE19091 2BE19091
Explanation: Incorrect hardware configuration change
detected.
Response: Use Hardware Service Manager to re-IPL
the virtual I/O processor that is associated with this
I/O adapter. Other resources attached to the virtual
I/O processor may then need to be Varied On.
If any reference codes are surfaced, use the new
reference code to resolve the problem.
If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
2BE19092 2BE19092
Explanation: Disk unit requires initialization before
use.
Failing Item:
v SIP3134
2BE19500 2BE19500
Explanation: Internal program error in driver code.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BE19903 2BE19903
Explanation: Tape device information was logged.
Informational event, no service required.
2BE1C000 2BE1C000
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
Response: No action is required. This reference code
is logged for information only.
2BE1C402 2BE1C402
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error.
Response: Ask your next level of support for
assistance.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
2BE1FF3D 2BE1FF3D
Explanation: I/O adapter detected a recoverable error.
Response: If you are working with one of the card
types below, the adapter has multiple physical parts.
2BE19083 • 2BE1FF3D
474 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
Choose the card type to identify the physical parts of
the storage adapter.
Card type 2BE1 (feature RAID enablement card for
embedded IOA) read the following: When working the
FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item list
here, the embedded storage adapter (STORIOA) has
three physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The RAID enablement card.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CB (embedded IOA with 2BCF battery
card for embedded IOA) read the following: When
working the FRUs from the serviceable event or the
failing item list here, the embedded storage adapter
(STORIOA) has two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the I/O
backplane.
v The Battery charger and carrier card.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location codes of
the FRUs if they are not listed in the serviceable event
or if you are working the failing item list here.
Card type 57CF (embedded IOAs on DASD backplane
with 2BC2 dual battery charger and carrier card for the
embedded IOAs) read the following: When working
the FRUs from the serviceable event or the failing item
list here, the embedded storage adapters (STORIOA)
have two physical parts:
v The embedded storage adapter on the DASD
backplane.
v The dual battery charger and carrier card. To
determine which battery is connected to which
embedded IOA use the bus number of the IOA with
symbolic FRU CACHBAT.
See symbolic FRU FEATCRD for the location code of
the dual battery charger and carrier card if it is not
listed in the serviceable event or if you are working the
failing item list here.
Failing Item:
v STORIOA
v ANYBRDG
2BE1FF3D
(2BE1) Reference codes 475
476 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2BF3) Reference codes
2BF3A001 2BF3A001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
2BF3B9B0 2BF3B9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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478 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2BF4) Reference codes
2BF4A001 2BF4A001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
2BF4B9B0 2BF4B9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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480 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2C4C) Reference codes
2C4CA001 2C4CA001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
2C4CB9B0 2C4CB9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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482 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(2C4D) Reference codes
2C4DA001 2C4DA001
Explanation: I/O adapter Licensed Internal Code error
detected
Failing Item:
v AJDG301
2C4DB9B0 2C4DB9B0
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v IOA
v AJDG301
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484 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(3494) Reference codes
A tape or tape library device failure occurred.
Note: Use this table to handle reference codes that might be displayed during a type D IPL to install the
operating system. If you are not performing a type D IPL of the operating system, consult any error logs
that you find in the serviceable event view. If you cannot locate an error log in the serviceable event view
that corresponds with the failure, run a verification test for the tape unit.
1. Verify that the device has power.
2. Check the 3494 Library Manager console for error indications. Refer to the 3494 service information to
resolve any error indications.
3. Attempt the failing operation again.
4. Does the operation complete successfully?
Yes: The problem has been corrected. This ends the procedure.
No: Look at the 4 rightmost characters of the Data display for Function 11, which represents the
unit reference code. Find the unit reference code in the following table.
34942301 34942301
Explanation: Library device failure
Response: Library attachment facility equipment
check.
Use the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Maintenance
Information and follow the procedures for analyzing a
"LIBRARY PROBLEM - NO ERROR MESSAGE."
Failing Item:
v LIB3494
34942303 34942303
Explanation: Library device failure
Response: Device control unit and library manager
Licensed Internal Code are incompatible.
Use the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Maintenance
Information and follow the procedures for analyzing a
"LIBRARY PROBLEM - NO ERROR MESSAGE."
Failing Item:
v LIB3494
34942306 34942306
Explanation: Library device failure
Response: Library vision failure.
Use the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Maintenance
Information and follow the procedures for analyzing a
"LIBRARY PROBLEM - NO ERROR MESSAGE."
Failing Item:
v LIB3494
34942307 34942307
Explanation: Library device failure
Response: Library vision failure.
Use the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Maintenance
Information and follow the procedures for analyzing a
"LIBRARY PROBLEM - NO ERROR MESSAGE."
Failing Item:
v LIB3494
34942308 34942308
Explanation: Library device failure
Response: Library manager equipment check.
Use the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Maintenance
Information and follow the procedures for analyzing a
"LIBRARY MANAGER HARDWARE PROBLEM"
Failing Item:
v LIB3494
34942309 34942309
Explanation: Library device failure
Response: Library equipment check.
Use the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Maintenance
Information and follow the procedures for analyzing a
"LIBRARY PROBLEM - NO ERROR MESSAGE."
Failing Item:
v LIB3494
34942310 34942310
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Explanation: Library device requires operator
intervention
Response: Put the library into pause mode and
perform the intervention indicated on the library
manager console.
34942311 34942311
Explanation: Library device requires operator
intervention
Response: Put the library into pause mode and
perform the intervention indicated on the library
manager console.
34942319 34942319
Explanation: Tape unit failure
Response: Use the tape unit service information to
analyze the failure.
Failing Item:
v FI00851
34942321 34942321
Explanation: Library enclosure environmental alert
was detected.
Response: Use the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver
Maintenance Information and follow the procedures for
analyzing a "LIBRARY PROBLEM - NO ERROR
MESSAGE."
Failing Item:
v LIB3494
34942311 • 34942321
486 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(3580) Reference codes
A tape or tape library device failure occurred.
Note: Use this table to handle reference codes that might be displayed during a type D IPL to install the
operating system. If you are not performing a type D IPL of the operating system, consult any error logs
found in the serviceable event view. If you cannot locate an error log in the serviceable event view that
corresponds with the failure, run a verification test for the tape unit.
1. Verify that the device has power.
2. Check the device for any error indications. Refer to the device service information to resolve any error
indications.
3. Clean the recording head in the tape device.
4. Attempt the failing operation again. Does the operation complete successfully?
Yes: You have corrected the problem. This ends the procedure.
No: Look at the 8 rightmost characters of the Data display for Function 11, which represent the
reference code. Find the reference code in the following list.
35803000 35803000
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI01112
35803202 35803202
Explanation: Tape unit configuration error
Response: Before exchanging any parts, verify that the
following condition is not present:
v The attached device type or model is only supported
on an I/O adapter that is attached to an I/O
processor.
Failing Item:
v TAPCNFG
v FI00871
35803400 35803400
Explanation: Device error has occurred
Failing Item:
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
v FI00871
v FI01103
v FI01106
35809020 35809020
Explanation: Tape unit configuration error
Response: Before exchanging any parts, verify that the
following conditions are not present:
v Tape and DASD devices attached to an I/O
Processor that does not support Tape and Dasd
devices at the same time.
v An unsupported device type or model is attached.
Failing Item:
v TAPCNFG
v FI00871
v PTFSRCH
35809100 35809100
Explanation: Interface error detected by system or by
tape unit
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the signal cable is seated correctly, and
that there are no bent or damaged pins on the cable.
2. For a SCSI attached device ensure that a
terminating plug is attached to the device end of
the cable.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35809101 35809101
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Explanation: Fibre Channel interface error detected
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the Fibre Channel cable is correctly
connected to the ports.
2. Clean the Fibre Channel connectors.
3. If there is a switch or hub attached, verify that it is
operational.
4. If there is a gateway device attached, refer to the
gateway device service documentation for
additional problem analysis procedures.
5. refer to the tape device service documentation for
additional problem analysis procedures.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v FCCABLE
35809102 35809102
Explanation: Gateway device detected a SCSI interface
error
Response: Use the gateway device service
documentation to analyze the problem.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FCGATE
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35809103 35809103
Explanation: Interface error detected by system or by
tape unit
Response: If the attached device is an external tape
device, do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the SAS cable is correctly connected to
the ports.
2. Ensure that the device has power.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v SASCABL
35809104 35809104
Explanation: Interface error detected by system or by
tape unit
Response: If the attached device is an external tape
device, do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the USB cable is correctly connected to
the ports.
2. Ensure that the device has power.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v USB_DEV
v USB_IOA
v USB_CBL
35809200 35809200
Explanation: Tape unit is not responding
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the device is powered on.
2. Ensure that the signal cable is seated correctly, and
that there are no bent or damaged pins on the cable.
3. For a SCSI attached device ensure that a
terminating plug is attached to the device end of
the SCSI cable.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35809201 35809201
Explanation: Tape unit command timeout
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the device is powered on.
2. If an interposer is required, make sure that it is
connected between the I/O processor and the SCSI
cable.
3. Ensure that the signal cable is seated correctly, and
that there are no bent or damaged pins on the SCSI
cable.
4. Ensure that a terminating plug is attached to the
device end of the SCSI cable.
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488 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
5. If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual
I/O Server partition it may be necessary to reset the
virtual IOP to recover from the error.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
v MEDIA
35809202 35809202
Explanation: Tape unit failed after Licensed Internal
Code was loaded
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the device is powered on.
2. If an interposer is required, make sure that it is
connected between the I/O processor and the SCSI
cable.
3. Ensure that the SCSI cable is seated correctly, and
that there are no bent or damaged pins on the SCSI
cable.
4. Ensure that a terminating plug is attached to the
device end of the SCSI cable.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35809210 35809210
Explanation: Illegal or unsupported tape unit response
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v PTFSRCH
35809211 35809211
Explanation: Gateway device detected a bus protocol
error
Response: Use the gateway device service
documentation to analyze the problem.
Failing Item:
v FCGATE
v FCIOA
v FI00871
v ANYFC
v FCCABLE
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35809220 35809220
Explanation: Hardware configuration change detected
Response: The tape device or tape library device has
reported a configuration change that requires the I/O
processor to be reset. Reset the I/O processor before
using the device.
35809300 35809300
Explanation: Tape unit failure
Failing Item:
v FI00871
35809301 35809301
Explanation: Tape device failure, redundancy lost
Response: The tape unit detected a hardware failure
that does not prevent the tape unit from completing the
current operation.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
35809302 35809302
Explanation: Tape device failure or media error
Response: The tape unit detected a failure that may
be caused by a hardware failure or a media error.
Refer to the tape unit service information for possible
information on diagnositic tests that can be run to
isolate between hardware and media failures.
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI00871
35809303 35809303
Explanation: Gateway device failure
Response: Use the gateway device service
documenation to analyze the problem.
Failing Item:
v FCGATE
35809304 35809304
Explanation: Tape unit failure
Response: Before exchanging any parts, do the
following:
1. Ensure that the EKM/TKLM server is operational
and properly configured.
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(3580) Reference codes 489
2. Ensure that the mounted cartridge is in the
EKM/TKLM server database.
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI00871
35809310 35809310
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code for the tape unit
is not correct
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v FI00871
35809320 35809320
Explanation: Tape device Licensed Internal Code
failure
Failing Item:
v FI00130
v FI00871
35809321 35809321
Explanation: Gateway device Licensed Internal Code
error
Response: Use the gateway device service
documenation to analyze the problem.
Failing Item:
v FCCODE
35809350 35809350
Explanation: Tape unit detected a read or write error
on tape medium
Response: A permanent read or write error occurred.
Clean the tape unit and retry the operation.
If cleaning the tape unit does not correct the problem,
exchange the tape media.
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v TAPCLN
v FI00871
35809351 35809351
Explanation: Tape with excessive error rate was
mounted in tape device.
Response: The tape unit detected that the mounted
tape cartridge has a history of excessive read and write
errors. It is recommended that you exchange the tape
cartridge.
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v TAPCLN
v FI00871
35809355 35809355
Explanation: The data format is incorrect; the tape
cannot be read
Response: The tape unit has detected that the data
format on the tape media is not supported or that the
tape media is defective. Do the following before
exchanging any parts:
1. Initialize the tape to a different format.
2. Clean the tape unit.
If the operation continues to fail, use a different tape
cartridge.
Failing Item:
v USER
v MEDIA
v TAPCLN
v FI00871
35809500 35809500
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Response: If the system is operational, perform a
dump of the I/O processor data.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
35809501 35809501
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
35809800 35809800
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35809801 35809801
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35809310 • 35809801
490 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
35809802 35809802
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35809803 35809803
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35809804 35809804
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35809805 35809805
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35809806 35809806
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35809810 35809810
Explanation: Problem analysis has determined a part
should be replaced.
Response: This reference code is used for ending
Online Problem Analysis with a list of failing items.
(Information Only)
35809899 35809899
Explanation: Problem analysis completed, the problem
has been corrected.
Response: This reference code is used for ending
Online Problem Analysis when no problem was found
or the problem was corrected.
35809900 35809900
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code for tape unit was
not upgraded
Response: The I/O processor loading of Licensed
Internal Code (LIC) to the programmable tape unit was
not completed.
The tape unit will continue to operate with the
previous LIC. You may do either of the following:
v Wait for next IPL when the system will attempt to
load the LIC for the tape drive again.
v Perform TUPIP04 to reset the IOP and the tape unit.
When the IOP is reset, if the device has the wrong
level of LIC, the IOP will attempt to load the new
LIC.
Failing Item:
v USER
35809901 35809901
Explanation: Tape performance statistics logged
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35809902 35809902
Explanation: An IOP dump was initiated
Response: No action required.
35809903 35809903
Explanation: Tape device information logged
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
3580FFF6 3580FFF6
Explanation: Tape volume statistics logged (no action
required)
35809802 • 3580FFF6
(3580) Reference codes 491
492 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(3592) Reference codes
A tape or tape library device failure occurred.
Note: Use this table to handle reference codes that might be displayed during a type D IPL to install the
operating system. If you are not performing a type D IPL of the operating system, consult any error logs
found in the serviceable event view. If you cannot locate an error log in the serviceable event view that
corresponds with the failure, run a verification test for the tape unit.
1. Verify that the device has power.
2. Check the device for any error indications. Refer to the device service information to resolve any error
indications.
3. Clean the recording head in the tape device.
4. Attempt the failing operation again. Does the operation complete successfully?
Yes: You have corrected the problem. This ends the procedure.
No: Look at the 8 rightmost characters of the Data display for Function 11, which represent the
reference code. Find the reference code in the following list.
35923000 35923000
Explanation: I/O adapter hardware error detected
Failing Item:
v FI01112
35923202 35923202
Explanation: Tape unit configuration error
Response: Before exchanging any parts, verify that the
following condition is not present:
v The attached device type or model is only supported
on an I/O adapter that is attached to an I/O
processor.
Failing Item:
v TAPCNFG
v FI00871
35923400 35923400
Explanation: Device error has occurred
Failing Item:
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
v FI00871
v FI01103
v FI01106
35929020 35929020
Explanation: Tape unit configuration error
Response: Before exchanging any parts, verify that the
following conditions are not present:
v Tape and DASD devices attached to an I/O
Processor that does not support Tape and Dasd
devices at the same time.
v An unsupported device type or model is attached.
Failing Item:
v TAPCNFG
v FI00871
v PTFSRCH
35929100 35929100
Explanation: Interface error detected by system or by
tape unit
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the signal cable is seated correctly, and
that there are no bent or damaged pins on the cable.
2. For a SCSI attached device ensure that a
terminating plug is attached to the device end of
the cable.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35929101 35929101
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Explanation: Fibre Channel interface error detected
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the Fibre Channel cable is correctly
connected to the ports.
2. Clean the Fibre Channel connectors.
3. If there is a switch or hub attached, verify that it is
operational.
4. If there is a gateway device attached, refer to the
gateway device service documentation for
additional problem analysis procedures.
5. refer to the tape device service documentation for
additional problem analysis procedures.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v FCIOA
v FCDEV
v FCCABLE
35929102 35929102
Explanation: Gateway device detected a SCSI interface
error
Response: Use the gateway device service
documentation to analyze the problem.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FCGATE
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35929103 35929103
Explanation: Interface error detected by system or by
tape unit
Response: If the attached device is an external tape
device, do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the SAS cable is correctly connected to
the ports.
2. Ensure that the device has power.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v SASCABL
35929104 35929104
Explanation: Interface error detected by system or by
tape unit
Response: If the attached device is an external tape
device, do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the USB cable is correctly connected to
the ports.
2. Ensure that the device has power.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v USB_DEV
v USB_IOA
v USB_CBL
35929200 35929200
Explanation: Tape unit is not responding
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the device is powered on.
2. Ensure that the signal cable is seated correctly, and
that there are no bent or damaged pins on the cable.
3. For a SCSI attached device ensure that a
terminating plug is attached to the device end of
the SCSI cable.
If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual I/O
Server partition refer to Troubleshooting the Virtual
I/O Server to determine the parts to replace.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35929201 35929201
Explanation: Tape unit command timeout
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the device is powered on.
2. If an interposer is required, make sure that it is
connected between the I/O processor and the SCSI
cable.
3. Ensure that the signal cable is seated correctly, and
that there are no bent or damaged pins on the SCSI
cable.
4. Ensure that a terminating plug is attached to the
device end of the SCSI cable.
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5. If the attached tape device is owned by a Virtual
I/O Server partition it may be necessary to reset the
virtual IOP to recover from the error.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
v MEDIA
35929202 35929202
Explanation: Tape unit failed after Licensed Internal
Code was loaded
Response: If the attached device is an external device,
do the following before exchanging any parts:
1. Ensure that the device is powered on.
2. If an interposer is required, make sure that it is
connected between the I/O processor and the SCSI
cable.
3. Ensure that the SCSI cable is seated correctly, and
that there are no bent or damaged pins on the SCSI
cable.
4. Ensure that a terminating plug is attached to the
device end of the SCSI cable.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35929210 35929210
Explanation: Illegal or unsupported tape unit response
Failing Item:
v FI00871
v FI01112
v PTFSRCH
35929211 35929211
Explanation: Gateway device detected a bus protocol
error
Response: Use the gateway device service
documentation to analyze the problem.
Failing Item:
v FCGATE
v FCIOA
v FI00871
v ANYFC
v FCCABLE
v FI00872
v DEVTERM
35929220 35929220
Explanation: Hardware configuration change detected
Response: The tape device or tape library device has
reported a configuration change that requires the I/O
processor to be reset. Reset the I/O processor before
using the device.
35929300 35929300
Explanation: Tape unit failure
Failing Item:
v FI00871
35929301 35929301
Explanation: Tape device failure, redundancy lost
Response: The tape unit detected a hardware failure
that does not prevent the tape unit from completing the
current operation.
Failing Item:
v FI00871
35929302 35929302
Explanation: Tape device failure or media error
Response: The tape unit detected a failure that may
be caused by a hardware failure or a media error.
Refer to the tape unit service information for possible
information on diagnositic tests that can be run to
isolate between hardware and media failures.
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v FI00871
35929303 35929303
Explanation: Gateway device failure
Response: Use the gateway device service
documenation to analyze the problem.
Failing Item:
v FCGATE
35929304 35929304
Explanation: Tape unit failure
Response: Before exchanging any parts, do the
following:
1. Ensure that the EKM/TKLM server is operational
and properly configured.
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2. Ensure that the mounted cartridge is in the
EKM/TKLM server database.
Failing Item:
v USER
v FI00871
35929310 35929310
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code for the tape unit
is not correct
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
v FI00871
35929320 35929320
Explanation: Tape device Licensed Internal Code
failure
Failing Item:
v FI00130
v FI00871
35929321 35929321
Explanation: Gateway device Licensed Internal Code
error
Response: Use the gateway device service
documenation to analyze the problem.
Failing Item:
v FCCODE
35929350 35929350
Explanation: Tape unit detected a read or write error
on tape medium
Response: A permanent read or write error occurred.
Clean the tape unit and retry the operation.
If cleaning the tape unit does not correct the problem,
exchange the tape media.
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v TAPCLN
v FI00871
35929351 35929351
Explanation: Tape with excessive error rate was
mounted in tape device.
Response: The tape unit detected that the mounted
tape cartridge has a history of excessive read and write
errors. It is recommended that you exchange the tape
cartridge.
Failing Item:
v MEDIA
v TAPCLN
v FI00871
35929355 35929355
Explanation: The data format is incorrect; the tape
cannot be read
Response: The tape unit has detected that the data
format on the tape media is not supported or that the
tape media is defective. Do the following before
exchanging any parts:
1. Initialize the tape to a different format.
2. Clean the tape unit.
If the operation continues to fail, use a different tape
cartridge.
Failing Item:
v USER
v MEDIA
v TAPCLN
v FI00871
35929500 35929500
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Response: If the system is operational, perform a
dump of the I/O processor data.
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
35929501 35929501
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code error
Failing Item:
v PTFSRCH
35929800 35929800
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35929801 35929801
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35929310 • 35929801
496 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
35929802 35929802
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35929803 35929803
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35929804 35929804
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35929805 35929805
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35929806 35929806
Explanation: System successfully recovered from
temporary I/O error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35929810 35929810
Explanation: Problem analysis has determined a part
should be replaced.
Response: This reference code is used for ending
Online Problem Analysis with a list of failing items.
(Information Only)
35929899 35929899
Explanation: Problem analysis completed, the problem
has been corrected.
Response: This reference code is used for ending
Online Problem Analysis when no problem was found
or the problem was corrected.
35929900 35929900
Explanation: Licensed Internal Code for tape unit was
not upgraded
Response: The I/O processor loading of Licensed
Internal Code (LIC) to the programmable tape unit was
not completed.
The tape unit will continue to operate with the
previous LIC. You may do either of the following:
v Wait for next IPL when the system will attempt to
load the LIC for the tape drive again.
v Perform TUPIP04 to reset the IOP and the tape unit.
When the IOP is reset, if the device has the wrong
level of LIC, the IOP will attempt to load the new
LIC.
Failing Item:
v USER
35929901 35929901
Explanation: Tape performance statistics logged
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
35929902 35929902
Explanation: An IOP dump was initiated
Response: No action required.
35929903 35929903
Explanation: Tape device information logged
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
3592FFF6 3592FFF6
Explanation: Tape volume statistics logged (no action
required)
35929802 • 3592FFF6
(3592) Reference codes 497
498 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(4320) Reference codes
4320102E 4320102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43203002 43203002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
v FI01140
43203010 43203010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
43203020 43203020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error
Response: If an MES is being installed, verify the
configuration.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v FI01106
v STORIOA
v FI01140
43203029 43203029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
43203100 43203100
Explanation: Tape/optical or disk bus interface error
occurred
Response:
Failing Item:
v DSKIP03
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
43203109 43203109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
43203110 43203110
Explanation: Disk bus interface error occurred
Response:
Failing Item:
v DSKIP03
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
v FI01106
v FI01140
43203130 43203130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
43203131 43203131
Explanation: Device or IOA Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device does not support a needed
attribute and is running with degraded performance.
Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 499
43207000 43207000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43207001 43207001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43207003 43207003
Explanation: Device format error
Response: If the disk has not been formatted by the
system, initialize and format the disk. See Work with
disk unit recovery.
43207004 43207004
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
432070DD 432070DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
4320FFF2 4320FFF2
Explanation: Disk motor problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4320FFF3 4320FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4320FFF4 4320FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
4320FFF5 4320FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4320FFF6 4320FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4320FFF7 4320FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4320FFF8 4320FFF8
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4320FFF9 4320FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4320FFFA 4320FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
43207000 • 4320FFFA
500 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v BACKPLN
4320FFFB 4320FFFB
Explanation: SCSI bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
4320FFFE 4320FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
4320FFFB • 4320FFFE
(4320) Reference codes 501
502 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(4322) Reference codes
4322102E 4322102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43223002 43223002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
v FI01140
43223010 43223010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
43223020 43223020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error
Response: If an MES is being installed, verify the
configuration.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v FI01106
v STORIOA
v FI01140
43223029 43223029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
43223100 43223100
Explanation: Tape/optical or disk bus interface error
occurred
Response:
Failing Item:
v DSKIP03
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
43223109 43223109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
43223110 43223110
Explanation: Disk bus interface error occurred
Response:
Failing Item:
v DSKIP03
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
v FI01106
v FI01140
43223130 43223130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
43223131 43223131
Explanation: Device or IOA Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device does not support a needed
attribute and is running with degraded performance.
Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 503
43227000 43227000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43227001 43227001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43227003 43227003
Explanation: Device format error
Response: If the disk has not been formatted by the
system, initialize and format the disk. See Work with
disk unit recovery.
43227004 43227004
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
432270DD 432270DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
4322FFF2 4322FFF2
Explanation: Disk motor problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4322FFF3 4322FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4322FFF4 4322FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
4322FFF5 4322FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4322FFF6 4322FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4322FFF7 4322FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4322FFF8 4322FFF8
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4322FFF9 4322FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4322FFFA 4322FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
43227000 • 4322FFFA
504 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v BACKPLN
4322FFFB 4322FFFB
Explanation: SCSI bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
4322FFFE 4322FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
4322FFFB • 4322FFFE
(4322) Reference codes 505
506 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(4323) Reference codes
4323102E 4323102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43233002 43233002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
v FI01140
43233010 43233010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
43233020 43233020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error
Response: If an MES is being installed, verify the
configuration.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v FI01106
v STORIOA
v FI01140
43233029 43233029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
43233100 43233100
Explanation: Tape/optical or disk bus interface error
occurred
Response:
Failing Item:
v DSKIP03
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
43233109 43233109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
43233110 43233110
Explanation: Disk bus interface error occurred
Response:
Failing Item:
v DSKIP03
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
v FI01106
v FI01140
43233130 43233130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
43233131 43233131
Explanation: Device or IOA Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device does not support a needed
attribute and is running with degraded performance.
Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 507
43237000 43237000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43237001 43237001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43237003 43237003
Explanation: Device format error
Response: If the disk has not been formatted by the
system, initialize and format the disk. See Work with
disk unit recovery.
43237004 43237004
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
432370DD 432370DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
4323FFF2 4323FFF2
Explanation: Disk motor problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4323FFF3 4323FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4323FFF4 4323FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
4323FFF5 4323FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4323FFF6 4323FFF6
Explanation: Disk device detected recoverable error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4323FFF7 4323FFF7
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4323FFF8 4323FFF8
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4323FFF9 4323FFF9
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4323FFFA 4323FFFA
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
43237000 • 4323FFFA
508 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
v BACKPLN
4323FFFB 4323FFFB
Explanation: SCSI bus reset occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
4323FFFE 4323FFFE
Explanation: Temporary disk bus error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
4323FFFB • 4323FFFE
(4323) Reference codes 509
510 System reference codes (1xxx - Axxx)
(4325) Reference codes
4325102E 4325102E
Explanation: Out of alternate sectors for disk storage
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43253002 43253002
Explanation: Addressed device failed to respond to
selection
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v BACKPLN
v FI01106
v FI01140
43253010 43253010
Explanation: Disk device returned wrong response to
IOA
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01140
v FI01141
43253020 43253020
Explanation: Storage subsystem configuration error
Response: If an MES is being installed, verify the
configuration.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v FI01106
v STORIOA
v FI01140
43253029 43253029
Explanation: A device replacement has occurred
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
43253100 43253100
Explanation: Tape/optical or disk bus interface error
occurred
Response:
Failing Item:
v DSKIP03
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
43253109 43253109
Explanation: IOA timed out a disk command
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
v FI01106
v FI01140
43253110 43253110
Explanation: Disk bus interface error occurred
Response:
Failing Item:
v DSKIP03
v STORIOA
v DISKDRV
v FI01106
v FI01140
43253130 43253130
Explanation: Device Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device is not supported with the level
of code currently on the system. Contact your next
level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
43253131 43253131
Explanation: Device or IOA Licensed Internal Code
Response: The device does not support a needed
attribute and is running with degraded performance.
Contact your next level of support.
Failing Item:
v SVCDOCS
© Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2013 511
43257000 43257000
Explanation: Disk sector read error
Response: No action required. This reference code is
logged for information only.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43257001 43257001
Explanation: Temporary disk data error
Response: If this event appears in a serviceable event
view, work with the failing item list found there. If this
event does not appear in a serviceable event view, no
service action is required.
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
43257003 43257003
Explanation: Device format error
Response: If the disk has not been formatted by the
system, initialize and format the disk. See Work with
disk unit recovery.
43257004 43257004
Explanation: System log entry only. No service action
required.
432570DD 432570DD
Explanation: System log entry only, no service action
required
4325FFF2 4325FFF2
Explanation: Disk motor problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4325FFF3 4325FFF3
Explanation: Disk media format not valid
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
4325FFF4 4325FFF4
Explanation: Disk device problem
Failing Item:
v DISKDRV
v STORIOA
4325FFF5 4325FFF5
Explanation: Disk sector rea