All memory DIMMS have disabled status in prtdiag output (Doc ID 1531443.1)

Last updated on JULY 01, 2016

Applies to:

Solaris SPARC Operating System - Version 10 10/09 U8 and later
Sun Fire V1280 Server - Version All Versions and later
Sun Fire E6900 Server - Version All Versions and later
Sun Fire 4810 Server - Version All Versions and later
Sun Netra 1280 Server - Version All Versions and later
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)

Symptoms

All DIMMs are have a status of disabled in Fru Operational Status in prtdiag


============================== FRU Operational Status ==============================
-------------------------
Fru Operational Status:
-------------------------
Location        Status
-------------------------
PS0             okay
PS1             okay
PS2             okay
PS3             okay
FT0             okay
FT0/FAN3        okay
FT0/FAN0        okay
FT0/FAN1        okay
FT0/FAN2        okay
FT0/FAN4        okay
FT0/FAN5        okay
FT0/FAN6        okay
FT0/FAN7        okay
RP0             okay
RP2             okay
SB4             okay
SB4/P0          okay
SB4/P0/B0/D0    disabled
SB4/P0/B0/D1    disabled
SB4/P0/B0/D2    disabled
SB4/P0/B0/D3    disabled
SB4/P0/B1/D0    disabled
SB4/P0/B1/D1    disabled
SB4/P0/B1/D2    disabled
SB4/P0/B1/D3    disabled
SB4/P1          okay
SB4/P1/B0/D0    disabled
SB4/P1/B0/D1    disabled
SB4/P1/B0/D2    disabled
SB4/P1/B0/D3    disabled
SB4/P1/B1/D0    disabled
SB4/P1/B1/D1    disabled
SB4/P1/B1/D2    disabled
SB4/P1/B1/D3    disabled
SB4/P2          okay
SB4/P2/B0/D0    disabled
SB4/P2/B0/D1    disabled
SB4/P2/B0/D2    disabled
SB4/P2/B0/D3    disabled
SB4/P2/B1/D0    disabled
SB4/P2/B1/D1    disabled
SB4/P2/B1/D2    disabled
SB4/P2/B1/D3    disabled
SB4/P3          okay
SB4/P3/B0/D0    disabled
SB4/P3/B0/D1    disabled
SB4/P3/B0/D2    disabled
SB4/P3/B0/D3    disabled
SB4/P3/B1/D0    disabled
SB4/P3/B1/D1    disabled
SB4/P3/B1/D2    disabled
SB4/P3/B1/D3    disabled
IB6             okay
IB6/FAN0        okay
IB6/FAN1        okay

 

Also getting errors in messages file.

# grep picl /var/adm/messages*

messages:Nov 22 03:01:32 hostname picld[3433]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!
messages:Nov 22 03:20:25 hostname picld[7812]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!
messages:Nov 22 03:31:19 hostname picld[9654]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!
messages:Nov 22 03:32:11 hostname picld[9794]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!
messages:Nov 22 03:49:54 hostname picld[12768]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!
messages:Nov 22 03:50:08 hostname picld[12841]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!
messages:Nov 22 04:04:58 hostname picld[16172]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!
messages:Nov 22 04:05:03 hostname picld[16244]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!
messages:Nov 22 04:05:53 hostname picld[16474]: [ID 537930 daemon.error] SUNW_piclmemcfg init mc failed!

Cause

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