Sun[TM] Fire 3800/4800/4810/6800/E2900/E4900/E6900/V1280 and Netra[TM] 1280/1290 Server: SepromContainer.writeOut: sun.serengeti.I2cException: verify error (Doc ID 1009648.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2017

Applies to:

Sun Netra 1290 Server - Version Not Applicable and later
Sun Netra 1280 Server - Version Not Applicable and later
Sun Fire V1280 Server - Version Not Applicable and later
Sun Fire 3800 Server - Version Not Applicable and later
Sun Fire E6900 Server - Version Not Applicable and later
All Platforms

Symptoms

 SepromContainer.writeOut: verify error message are logged by the system controller.

 

Typical messages:

Example 1

Apr 1 13:33:37 ospprod2 lw8: [ID 575994 kern.error] /N0/SB0/P2/B1/D1: SepromContainer.writeOut:
sun.serengeti.I2cException: verify error: offset=0200, expected=0x00, observed=0x4b

Example 2

May 17 08:07:16 kgebzdb_sc0 Platform.SC: [ID 921792 local0.error] SepromContainer.writeOut: verify
error: offset=0131 expected=c0 observed=be May 17 08:07:16 kgebzdb_sc0 Platform.SC: [ID 481526 local0.error] PS0: SepromContainer.writeOut:
sun.serengeti.I2cException: verify error: offset=0131 expected=c0 observed=be

Example 3

Jun 01 10:10:14 sf6800-1sc0 Platform.SC: [ID 266093 local0.warning] /N0/SB0/P3/B1/D3:
SepromPowerEvent record repaired: 0/0, 0/0
Jun 01 10:10:17 sf6800-1sc0 Platform.SC: [ID 825826 local0.error] SepromContainer.writeOut:
verify error: offset=0038, expected=0xc0, observed=0x00
Jun 01 10:10:17 sf6800-1sc0 Platform.SC: [ID 741626 local0.error] /N0/SB0/P3/B1/D3:
SepromContainer.writeOut: sun.serengeti.I2cException: verify error: offset=0038, expected=0xc0,
observed=0x00
Jun 01 10:10:19 sf6800-1sc0 Platform.SC: [ID 825826 local0.error] SepromContainer.writeOut:
verify error: offset=0038, expected=0xc0, observed=0x00
Jun 01 10:10:19 sf6800-1sc0 Platform.SC: [ID 741626 local0.error] /N0/SB0/P3/B1/D3:
SepromContainer.writeOut: sun.serengeti.I2cException: verify error: offset=0038, expected=0xc0,
observed=0x00

These messages may appear once, a few times, or at regular (4 hours FRU update cycle) intervals.

Cause

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