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After T4-1B motherboard replacement start /SYS fails with "The blade is powered off. Power on the blade before attempting a connection. " and cannot logon via single sign-on or network (Doc ID 1912544.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 05, 2017

Applies to:

Sun Blade 6000 System - Version All Versions and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
T4-1B Motherboard (MB) was replaced due to voltage faults

Blade was reinserted into chassis

Symptoms

 From the CMM :

 

-> cd /CH/BL4
/CH/BL4

-> start SYS
The blade is powered off. Power on the blade before attempting a connection.

-> cd SP/cli
/CH/BL4/SP/cli

-> start
Are you sure you want to start /CH/BL4/SP/cli (y/n)? y
start: Can't use Single Sign On for /CH/BL4/SP/cli
start: Property /CH/BL4/SP/cli/user needs to be set in order to connect to the target
SP
start: Failed to start /CH/BL4/SP/cli


With the previous MB Single Sign-On worked fine


faultmgmtsp> fmadm faulty
------------------- ------------------------------------ -------------- --------
Time UUID msgid Severity
------------------- ------------------------------------ -------------- --------
2014-07-28/22:40:49 78dde1a2-41dd-6e6d-da1a-e78ffae9ca93 SPX86-8000-1D Critical

Fault class : fault.chassis.device.fail

 

FRU : /CH/BL4
(Part Number: 7050464)
(Serial Number: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)

 

Description : A device necessary to support a configuration has failed.

 

Response : The service required LED on the chassis will be illuminated.

 

Impact : The chassis may be powered down.

 

Action : Please refer to the associated reference document at
http://www.sun.com/msg/SPX86-8000-1D for the latest service
procedures and policies regarding this diagnosis.


 



Changes

 MB in the blade was replaced

Cause

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