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FAS8020 BIOS POST Failure(s) detected: SP IPMI failure. Abort AUTOBOOT

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Applies to

FAS8020

Issue

  • Both nodes shut down and fail to boot
  • Motherboards re-seated but nodes are held at LOADER prompt
  • Upon attempt to boot:

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Waiting for SP...
SP failure.Resetting SP from primary FW. This can take a few minutes
Waiting for SP...
SP failure.Resetting SP from backup FW. This can take a few minutes
Waiting for SP...
Failed torecover SP
IPMI PCI SlotControl failed.
IPMI:Getcontroller FRU inventory:failed
PhoenixSecureCore Tiano(TM)
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Build Date:12/02/2014
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*                   9.3                    *
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*          PHOENIX SC-T2009-2022           *
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CPU = 1Processor(s) Detected, Cores per Processor = 6
Intel(R) Xeon(R)CPU E5-2620 @ 2.00GHz
24576 MB SystemRAM Installed
256 KB L2 Cache
System BIOSshadowed
Video BIOSshadowed
USB Device:MICRON eUSB DISK
Boot Loaderversion 5.3
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BIOS POSTFailure(s) detected: SP IPMI failure. Abort AUTOBOOT
LOADER-A>

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