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Any idea what this means? #217253 01/27/10 08:01 AM
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This is a minor alarm log from an XTS-MPB2 system. The customer rebooted it at 8:04 this morning, but said that the time on the displays showed that it was 6:27. This is exactly what it shows in this log as happening, but I'm wondering if anyone can tell what this means:

01/27 08:04 1999-Sys Restart 1 255 1009fa4c 00000000 10010000000000000000000000
000000
01/26 18:27 1030-Brd Absent 1 2 0000000d 00000003 18000000000000000000000000
000000
01/26 18:27 1030-Brd Absent 1 2 0000000c 00000003 13000000000000000000000000
000000
01/26 18:27 1030-Brd Absent 1 2 0000000b 00000003 12000000000000000000000000
000000
01/26 18:27 1030-Brd Absent 1 2 0000000a 00000003 11000000000000000000000000
000000
01/26 18:27 1030-Brd Absent 1 2 101ae7bc 101ae6c8 10000000000000000000000000
000000
01/26 18:27 3-Process T/O 6 0 00000000 00000000 00011019fef000000000000000
000000
01/26 18:26 3-Process T/O 6 0 101af29c 101af298 00011019fef00000000000000


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Re: Any idea what this means? #217254 01/27/10 08:11 AM
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Is this a 2 cabinet system?

Looks like maybe the cards in the second went out of service.

I says this because on the last set of numbers the first 2 numbers are card slots as i've always been told. 10, 11, 12, 13, 1800000000000.

Just a thought!

Re: Any idea what this means? #217255 01/27/10 09:50 AM
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It is actually a 3-cabinet system Gary. I've always thought it was the third and fourth digits in the last string that identified the card slot, but I may be wrong. I did think the same thing about the first two digits. My first thought was that it might be an LMU card/cable issue, but then that would have caused codes for the third cabinet to be displayed. I'm confused.


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Re: Any idea what this means? #217256 01/27/10 12:26 PM
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Yes very strange! not sure, did you try your luck with tech support?

Re: Any idea what this means? #217257 01/27/10 01:59 PM
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No, I figured I'd come here first. It is usually much faster, plus the issue can be shared amongst us in the future.


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Re: Any idea what this means? #217258 01/27/10 04:56 PM
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Why did the customer reboot the system?

The log looks like one that came out of a system I had a problem with. Spontaneous resets. I changed the cpu although I think that I could have reinitialized the first one and uploaded the database.


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Re: Any idea what this means? #217259 01/28/10 07:26 AM
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They rebooted it because it was locked up with the time display being 6:27. My guess is that the processor froze up at this point and they discovered it first thing the following morning.


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Re: Any idea what this means? #217260 01/28/10 08:21 AM
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Well, I wouldn't do anything unless it happens again, could have been caused by a power blip.


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Re: Any idea what this means? #217261 01/28/10 09:27 AM
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I agree with Derrick unless this is an ongoing occurence there? Maybe a proccesor or maybe a power issue? Its a weird one!!

Re: Any idea what this means? #217262 01/28/10 04:00 PM
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Just curious but does this system have a Pathfinder IS in it? Is so is auto reboot enabled on the Pathfinder and what time is it set for?


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