0 Replies Latest reply: Oct 26, 2011 3:41 AM by 861085 RSS

    SUN FIRE X4200 M2 server not starting

    861085
      Hi,

      The server shutdown, and now we can't get it to start. From the SP I have tried to stop/star, reset and powercycle, but I get no output from the sp console:

      -> stop -force /SYS
      Are you sure you want to immediately stop /SYS (y/n)? y
      Stopping /SYS immediately

      -> start /SYS
      Are you sure you want to start /SYS (y/n)? y
      Starting /SYS

      -> ls

      /SYS
      Targets:
      .......
      product_manufacturer = SUN MICROSYSTEMS
           power_state = On

      The serial console just hangs, server no starting:

      -> start /SP/console
      Are you sure you want to start /SP/console (y/n)? y

      Serial console started. To stop, type ESC (


      If you check out the event log:

      -> show /SP/logs/event/list

      /SP/logs/event/list
      Targets:

      Properties:

      Commands:
           cd
           show

      ID Date/Time Class Type Severity
      ----- ------------------------ -------- -------- --------
      15 Wed Oct 26 10:21:30 2011 IPMI Log critical
      ID = a : 10/26/2011 : 10:21:30 : Power Supply : ps0.pwrok : State Asse
      rted
      14 Wed Oct 26 10:21:28 2011 IPMI Log critical
      ID = 9 : 10/26/2011 : 10:21:28 : System ACPI Power State : sys.acpi :
      S0/G0: working
      13 Wed Oct 26 10:21:27 2011 Audit Log minor
      root : Set : object = /SYS/power_state : value = on : success
      12 Wed Oct 26 10:21:27 2011 IPMI Log critical
      ID = 8 : 10/26/2011 : 10:21:27 : Power Supply : ps1.pwrok : State Asse
      rted
      11 Wed Oct 26 10:21:26 2011 Audit Log minor
      KCS Command : Set ACPI Power State : system power state = no change : dev
      ice power state = no change : success
      10 Wed Oct 26 10:21:04 2011 IPMI Log critical
      ID = 7 : 10/26/2011 : 10:21:04 : Power Supply : ps0.pwrok : State Deas
      serted
      9 Wed Oct 26 10:21:02 2011 IPMI Log critical
      ID = 6 : 10/26/2011 : 10:21:02 : System ACPI Power State : sys.acpi :
      S5/G2: soft-off
      8 Wed Oct 26 10:21:01 2011 IPMI Log critical
      ID = 5 : 10/26/2011 : 10:21:01 : Power Supply : ps1.pwrok : State Deas
      serted
      7 Wed Oct 26 10:21:00 2011 Audit Log minor
      root : Set : object = /SYS/power_state : value = off : success
      6 Wed Oct 26 10:20:56 2011 Audit Log minor
      KCS Command : Set ACPI Power State : system power state = no change : dev
      ice power state = no change : success
      1 Wed Oct 26 10:12:36 2011 Audit Log minor
      admin : Set : object = /logs/event/clear : value = true : success


      What can be the problem, PSU ?

      - /SYS/PSU_FAULT     On
      -     /SYS/TEMP_FAULT     Off
      -     /SYS/FAN_FAULT     Off