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Unexpected node reboot reporting "Multiple bit error address 8xxxxxxx"

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Applies to

AFF A250


  • Unexpected node reboot with BMC syslog output example: 
2021-04-30T02:51:28.812572 00:00 localhost kernel: kernel - - [581600.980000] Multiple bit error address 8c96a038 -
2021-04-30T02:51:29.852344 00:00 localhost kernel: kernel - - [581602.010000] Multiple bit error address 8c96a038 -
2021-04-30T02:51:35.079281 00:00 localhost shutdown[2271]: shutdown 2271 - shutting down for system reboot -
  • EMS messages from partner, example:
Fri Apr 30 05:14:25 +0200 [node_name2: spmgrd: sp.heartbeat.stopped:error]: Have not received a IPMI heartbeat from the Service Processor (SP) in last 600 seconds.
Fri Apr 30 05:14:25 +0200 [node_name2: spmgrd: callhome.sp.hbt.missed:notice]: Call home for SP HBT MISSED
Fri Apr 30 05:25:58 +0200 [node_name2: spmgrd: callhome.sp.hbt.stopped:alert]: Call home for SP HBT STOPPED


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