X5-2 failed DBPs causing FMA fault ILOM-8000-30 (Doc ID 2186276.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 28, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Server X5-2 - Version All Versions and later
x86

Symptoms

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Time UUID msgid Severity
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2016-09-23/08:46:32 444aa9e3-b643-e195-ed15-e8ff6b40c902 ILOM-8000-30 Major

Problem Status : open
Diag Engine : fdd 1.0
System

System Component
Manufacturer : Oracle Corporation
Name : unknown
Part_Number : unknown
Serial_Number : unknown

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Suspect 1 of 1
Fault class : fault.chassis.tli.invalid
Certainty : 100%
Affects : /SYS
Status : faulted

FRU
Status : faulty
Location : /SYS
Manufacturer : Oracle Corporation
Name : unknown
Part_Number : unknown
Serial_Number : unknown
Chassis
Manufacturer : Oracle Corporation
Name : unknown
Part_Number : unknown
Serial_Number : unknown

Description : The Top Level Identification of the system cannot be
determined.

Response : The system will return UNKNOWN to Product identification
requests.

Impact : The Product part number and serial number, as well as other
important platform identification information, will be
unknown.

Action : Please refer to the associated reference document at
http://support.oracle.com/msg/ILOM-8000-30 for the latest
service procedures and policies regarding this diagnosis.

Changes

 Changing the MB, Disk Back Plane (DBP) or Power Supply 0 without following the replacement procedures can cause this issue.

 

Cause

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