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Sounds like a memory error.
Try the eeprom self tests.
Do or test-all at the eeprom prompt or boot with the key in the diag position.
I run the test-all command at the obdiag prompt and tall devices passed the test except the gpio@1,300600 which showed me failed status.
obdiag> test 9
ERROR : GPIO PORT1 DATA register
Error: /pci@8,700000/ebus@5/gpio@1,300600 selftest failed, return code = 1
selftest at /pci@8,700000/ebus@5/gpio@1,300600 (errors=1) ..........failed
Any idea please?
I'm guessing you don't have a support contract or you wouldnt be asking here.
I thought that test-all would test memory. But apparently it only test all IO devices.
So I guess you need the eeprom "post" command.
But the GPIO error is disturbing anyway.
I'm not sure what the GPIO device is. Maybe its a card you can remove. What cards do you have installed.
What does the eeprom devalias command show.
And if you have a LOM or SC. What does a showfru
I am very sorry that I am late to reply to what you asked me. I was like a busy.
The server has only VGA card installed. Unfortunately It doesnt have SC more over when I run reset-all command to get into the obdiag, the machine tunrned off but couldnt get in to the ok prompt again. It only displays a blank screen. The problem is getting worse...
So now I can't post the out put of the eeprom command....
Any more suggestion please..
She's dead jim, send it in for service.
If thats not an option, there are a couple of things you can try.
But their clutching at straws.
Pull out the vga card and try a serial console.
Swap the ram. The system handbook should tell you the specs of ram you need, or swap ram from a known good system.