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Amber LED still on after adding/replacing PCI card or slot reset

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Applies to

  • FAS8040

Issue

  • Following adding or replacing PCI card on FAS8040, node still has amber LED but no alerts showing.
  • Sometimes the PCI slot will reset with a correctable error, but amber LED still on.
  • Checking '::*> system controller fru led show' or 'SP> system fru led show all' shows no LED's on.

::*> system controller fru led show
Node                  FRU Type    Bay Slot State   Lit By
--------------------- ----------- --- ---- ------- -------
vmstor3
                      controller  A   1    off     -
                      pci         -   1    off     -
                      pci         -   2    off     -
                      pci         -   3    off     -
                      pci         -   4    off     -
                      batt-nv     -   1    off     -
                      boot        -   1    off     -
                      dimm-nv     -   1    off     -
                      dimm        -   1    off     -
                      dimm        -   2    off     -
                      dimm        -   3    off     -
                      dimm        -   4    off     -
vmstor4
                      controller  B   1    off     -
                      pci         -   1    off     -
                      pci         -   2    off     -
                      pci         -   3    off     -
                      pci         -   4    off     -
                      batt-nv     -   1    off     -
                      boot        -   1    off     -
                      dimm-nv     -   1    off     -
                      dimm        -   1    off     -
                      dimm        -   2    off     -
                      dimm        -   3    off     -
                      dimm        -   4    off     -
24 entries were displayed.

 

  • SP logs show 'PCI_SW_Riser_Err'

'SP-LATEST-IPMI'
PCI_SW0_Err      | 0x0        | discrete   | Deasserted | na        | na        | na        | na        
PCI_SW1_Err      | 0x0        | discrete   | Deasserted | na        | na        | na        | na        
PCI_SW_Riser_Err | 0x0        | discrete   | Asserted   | na        | na        | na        | na 

'SP-LATEST-SYSTEM-EVENT-LOG'
Record 2088: Thu Jan 01 00:00:56.296944 1970 [IPMI.notice]: e101 | 02 | EVT: 0300ffff | Fan_Override | Assertion Event, "State Deasserted"
Record 2089: Thu Jan 01 00:00:56.675375 1970 [IPMI.notice]: e201 | 02 | EVT: 0301ffff | Bat_Tca_Status | Assertion Event, "State Asserted"
Record 2090: Thu Jan 01 00:00:57.364629 1970 [IPMI.notice]: e301 | 02 | EVT: 6f01ffff | Partner_IO_Pre | Assertion Event, "Absent"
Record 2091: Thu Jan 01 00:00:57.859289 1970 [IPMI.notice]: e401 | 02 | EVT: 0301ffff | PCI_SW_Riser_Err | Assertion Event, "State Asserted"
Record 2092: Thu Jan 01 00:00:57.882961 1970 [IPMI.notice]: e501 | 02 | EVT: 0901ffff | Wrench_Port_Up | Assertion Event, "Device Enabled"
Record 2093: Thu Jan 01 00:00:57.906988 1970 [IPMI.notice]: e601 | 02 | EVT: 0900ffff | LkWrench_Port_Up | Assertion Event, "Device Disabled"

 

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