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Sounds like you might have a bad memory DIMM.1 person found this helpful
From the OS level, FMA should report the problem and what action to take:
# fmadm faulty
Thank you for the reply. I ran the command but it didnt tell me anything.
I think there is a way to display memory diagnostics from the PROM level but
I'm not sure what it is from your hardware. The .asr interface comes to mind
but you might have to check the netra 240 doc to know for sure.
Run a max diag POST by changing the below OBP variables and power cycle the server.1 person found this helpful
or run below command to run max diag POST without changing variables.
ok>post max max
During POST it will throw the J numbers of the faulted memory. Replace the same. Seems ur server is having only one bank which consists of two memory.
Thanks to all those who responded to this question. You inputs where helpful. I should have done A+. I figured out the issue and now understand that a dimm is a memory. Studied fault management and was able to figure out that one of my cpu's was retired.
you have to replace the dimm on the board0.