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If SPX86-8001-P2 occurs, the other DIMM in the same channel will be marked as failed with SPX86-8004-0D. (Doc ID 2443449.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 14, 2019

Applies to:

Sun Server X4-2 - Version All Versions and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

If SPX86-8001-P2 occurs, the other DIMM in the same channel will be marked as failed with SPX86-8004-0D.

Changes

This usually happens during a reboot

Example from event list:

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1441   Mon Sep  3 16:30:40 2018  IPMI      Log       minor   
       ID =  494 : 09/03/2018 : 16:30:40 : System Firmware Progress : SMI
       Handler : Primary CPU initialization : Asserted
1440   Mon Sep  3 16:30:39 2018  Fault     Fault     critical
       Fault detected at time = Mon Sep  3 16:30:39 2018. The suspect
       component: /SYS/MB/P1/D4 has fault.memory.intel.dimm.memtest-disable
       with probability=100. Refer to
       http://support.oracle.com/msg/SPX86-8004-0D for details.
1439   Mon Sep  3 16:30:39 2018  Fault     Fault     critical
       Fault detected at time = Mon Sep  3 16:30:39 2018. The suspect
       component: /SYS/MB/P1/D5 has
       fault.memory.intel.dimm.spd.checksum-invalid with probability=100. Refer
       to http://support.oracle.com/msg/SPX86-8001-P2 for details.
1438   Mon Sep  3 16:30:39 2018  IPMI      Log       minor   
       ID =  493 : 09/03/2018 : 16:30:39 : Memory : BIOS : Configuration Error:
       MRC warning Major 0x0B  : Asserted
1437   Mon Sep  3 16:30:39 2018  IPMI      Log       minor   
       ID =  492 : 09/03/2018 : 16:30:39 : Memory : BIOS : Configuration Error:
       MRC warning Major 0x81 Minor 0x01 : Asserted
1436   Mon Sep  3 16:29:48 2018  IPMI      Log       minor   
       ID =  491 : 09/03/2018 : 16:29:48 : System Firmware Progress : SMI
       Handler : Memory initialization : Asserted
1435   Mon Sep  3 16:29:44 2018  IPMI      Log       minor   
       ID =  490 : 09/03/2018 : 16:29:44 : System Firmware Progress : SMI
       Handler : Management controller initialization : Asserted

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Cause

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