The LED codes of AIX

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1. The real thing: Flashing Make
2. The three-digit LED Codes
3. LPAR-Bootcodes
The three-digit LED codes of AIX come from the time of ancient Microchannel-based RS / 6000 with three 7-segment displays; newer machines have a point more, but which is not used by AIX, there is a zero is displayed. Larger machines have a much longer field, where sometimes additional information are displayed. This article is all about the three-digit code AIX; displays everything in front of it (Exxx, …) is different from machine to machine and can be found in the corresponding manual.
1. The real thing: Flashing Make

Three flashing Make not be good: The machine is stopped and tried write off a dump. On machines with more than 4 digits (so) more digits are displayed behind the three Make:

1. A three-digit code (usually 102 = system downtime)
2. Another three-digit code, the information about the reason of the arrest (HW / SW) can give. The importance of such codes can be found in the corresponding section below
3. And a last three-digit code, which provides information about the success or failure in writing the dumps (=> 0C0 – 0C9 )

This additional information can also be at Maschinenmit identify only 3 or four digits: For this, the Reset button is pressed. After the first press appears the error code (1), after the second of the Dump Code (2).

2. The three-digit LED Codes

The following areas of LED codes knows AIX:
0C0 – 0C9
100 – 195
200 – 2E7
301 – 325
42C + 43C
500 – 5C6
600 – 6C8
700 – 7C6
800 – 8CC
900 – 99C
c00 – c99 (new)

In detail:

0C0 – 0C9

Display Description
0C0 A user-requested dump completed successfully
0C1 An I/O error occurred during the dump
0C2 A user-requested dump is in progress
0C4 The dump ran out of space
0C5 The dump failed due to an internal error
0C7 Progress indicator. Remote dump in progress
0C8 The dump device is disabled. The current system configuration does not designate a device for the requested dump
0C9 A system-initiated dump has started. Partial dump completed. If the value does not change, then the dump did not complete due to an unexpected error
0CC An error occurred dumping to the primary dump device, and we’ve switched over to the secondary dump device

100 – 195

Display Description
100 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test completed successfully. Control was passed to IPL ROM
101 Progress indicator. Initial built-in self-test started following system reset
102 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started following power-on reset
103 Built-in self-test could not determine the system model number
104 Built-in self-test could not find the common on-chip processor bus address
105 Built-in self-test could not read from the on-chip sequencer EPROM
106 Built-in self-test detected a module failure
111 On-chip sequencer stopped; BIST detected a module error. Follow the steps for a flashing 888
112 Checkstop occurred during built-in self-test. The system attempted to save the failure data associated with the checkstop into NVRAM but was unsuccessful
113 The built-in self-test checkstop count equals 3. The checkstop count is initialized to 0 whenever the system is turned on. When a checkstop occurs, the checkstop count is increased and a system restart begins automatically. If the system restart is successful, the operating system records the checkstop in the system error log and resets the checkstop count to 0. If three consecutive checkstops occur without a system restart completing successfully, the system halts.
120 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started cyclic redundancy-check character (CRC) check on the 8752 EPROM
121 Built-in self-test detected a bad CRC on the on-chip sequencer EPROM
122 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started CRC check on the on-chip sequencer EPROM
123 Built-in self-test detected a bad CRC on the on-chip sequencer NVRAM
124 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started CRC check on the on-chip sequencer NVRAM
125 Built-in self-test detected a bad CRC on the time-of-day NVRAM
126 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started CRC check on the time-of-day NVRAM
127 Built-in self-test detected a bad CRC on the 8752 EPROM
130 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test presence test started
140 Built-in self-test was unsuccessful. The system halts
142 Built-in self-test was unsuccessful. The system halts
143 Invalid memory configuration
144 Built-in self-test was unsuccessful. The system halts
151 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started array-initialization program test code
152 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started direct-current logic self-test (DCLST) test code
153 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started alternating-current logic self-test (ACLST) test code
154 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test started array self-test (AST) test code
160 The built-in self-test detected a missing Early Power-Off Warning (EPOW) connector
161 The Bump quick I/O tests failed
162 The JTAG tests failed. The system halts.
164 The built-in self-test encountered an error while reading low NVRAM. The system halts
165 The built-in self-test encountered an error while writing low NVRAM. The system halts.
166 The built-in self-test encountered an error while reading high NVRAM. The system halts
167 The built-in self-test encountered an error while writing high NVRAM. The system halts
168 The built-in self-test encountered an error while reading the serial input/output (SIO) register. The system halts
169 The built-in self-test encountered an error while writing the serial input/output (SIO) register. The system halts
180 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test checkstop logout in progress
182 The built-in self-test COP bus is not responding
185 Checkstop occurred during built-in self-test
186 System logic-generated checkstop (Model 250 only)
187 The built-in self-test was unable to identify the chip release level in the checkstop logout data. The system halts
195 Progress indicator. Built-in self-test checkstop logout completed. The system successfully saved checkstop failure data into NVRAM

200 – 2E7

Display Description
200 The key mode switch is in the Secure position. It must be in the Normal position to load the operating system and in the Service position to load Diagnostics or AIX Install/Maintenance
201 Checkstop occurred during system restart. The system halts
202 Unexpected machine check interrupt
203 Unexpected data storage interrupt. The system halts
204 Unexpected instruction storage interrupt. The system halts
205 Unexpected external interrupt. The system halts
206 Unexpected alignment interrupt. The system halts
207 Unexpected program interrupt. The system halts
208 Machine check due to an L2 uncorrectable ECC. The system halts
209 Reserved. The system halts
20C Error detected in L2 cache (when LED persists for 5 seconds)
210 Unexpected switched virtual circuit (SVC) 1000 interrupt. The system halts
211 IPL ROM CRC miscompare occurred during system restart. The system halts
212 RAM Power-on self-test found processor to be bad. The system halts
213 RAM Power-on self-test failed. Memory cannot be configured because the system could not detect any good memory. The system halts
214 An I/O planar failure has been detected. The power status register, the time-of-day clock, or NVRAM on the I/O planar has failed. The system halts
215 Progress indicator. The level of voltage supplied to the system is too low to continue a system restart
216 Progress indicator. The IPL ROM code is being uncompressed into memory for execution
217 Progress indicator. The system has encountered the end of the boot devices list
218 Progress indicator. RAM power-on self-test is testing for 1MB of good memory
219 Progress indicator. RAM power-on self-test bit map is being generated
21C L2 cache not detected as part of systems configuration (when LED persists for 2 seconds)
220 Progress indicator. IPL control block is being initialized
221 NVRAM CRC miscompare occurred while loading the operating system with the key mode switch in Normal position. The system halts
222 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the standard I/O planar-attached devices specified in the NVRAM IPL devices list
223 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the SCSI-attached devices specified in the NVRAM boot devices list
224 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the 9333 High-Performance Disk Drive Subsystem devices specified in the NVRAM boot device list
225 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the bus-attached internal disk specified in the NVRAM boot devices list
226 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from Ethernet specified in the NVRAM boot devices list
227 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from Token-Ring specified in the NVRAM boot devices list
228 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart using the expansion code devices list, but cannot restart from any of the devices in the list
229 Progress indicator. Attempting Normal-mode system restart from devices in NVRAM boot devices list, but cannot restart from any of the devices in the list
22c Progress indicator. Attempting a normal mode IPL from FDDI specified in NVRAM IPL device list
230 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from Family 2 Feature ROM specified in the IPL ROM default devices list
231 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from Ethernet specified by selection from ROM menus
232 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the standard I/O planar-attached devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list
233 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the SCSI-attached devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list
234 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the 9333 High-Performance Disk Drive Subsystem devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list
235 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the bus-attached internal disk specified in the IPL ROM default device list
236 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the Ethernet specified in the IPL ROM default devices list
237 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the Token-Ring specified in the IPL ROM default devices list
238 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the Token-Ring specified by selection from ROM menus
239 Progress indicator. A Normal-mode menu selection failed to boot. If the system continues to run, either the device specified in the menu selection list is not a valid boot device, or there is a problem with the device in the list
23c Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode IPL from FDDI specified in IPL ROM device list
240 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Family 2 Feature ROM specified in the NVRAM boot devices list
241 Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from devices specified in NVRAM boot list
242 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the standard I/O planar-attached devices specified in the NVRAM boot device list
243 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the SCSI-attached devices specified in NVRAM boot device list
244 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the 9333 High-Performance Disk Drive Subsystem devices specified in the NVRAM boot device list
245 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the bus-attached internal disk specified in the NVRAM boot device list
246 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Ethernet specified in the NVRAM boot devices list
247 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Token-Ring specified in the NVRAM boot devices list
248 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart using the expansion code specified in the NVRAM boot devices list. If the system continues to run, either the NVRAM device list is empty, the devices specified in the list are not valid boot devices, or there is a problem with one of the devices in the list.
249 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from devices in NVRAM boot devices list, but cannot restart from any of the devices in the list
24C Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode IPL from FDDI specified in NVRAM IPL device list
250 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Family 2 Feature ROM specified in the IPL ROM default devices list
251 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from Ethernet specified by selection from ROM menus
252 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the standard I/O planar-attached devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list
253 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the SCSI-attached devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list
254 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the 9333 High-Performance Subsystem devices specified in the IPL ROM default device list
255 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the bus-attached internal disk specified in the IPL ROM default device list
256 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Ethernet specified in the IPL ROM default devices list
257 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from Token-Ring specified in the IPL ROM default devices list
258 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode system restart from the Token-Ring specified by selection from ROM menus
259 Progress indicator. Attempting a Service-mode IPL from FDDI specified by the operator
25C Progresss indicator. Attempting a Service-mode IPL from FDDI specified in IPL ROM device list
260 Progress indicator. Menus are being displayed on the local display or terminal connected to your system
261 The system waits for a response from an asynchronous terminal on serial port 1
262 The system waits for a response from an asynchronous keyboard on serial port 1
263 Progress indicator. Attempting a Normal-mode system restart from the Family 2 Feature ROM specified in the NVRAM boot devices list
269 Stalled state. Cannot boot system, end of boot list reached
270 Progress indicator. Ethernet/FDX 10 Mbps MC adapter power-on self-test is running
271 Progress indicator. Mouse and mouse port power-on self-test is running
272 Progress indicator. Tablet port power-on self-test is running
276 Progress indicator. A 10/100 Mbps Ethernet MC adapter power-on self-test is running
277 Progress indicator. Auto Token-Ring LAN streamer MC 32 adapter power-on self-test is running
278 Progress indicator. Video ROM scan power-on self-test is running
279 Progress indicator. FDDI power-on self-test is running
280 Progress indicator. 3Com Ethernet power-on self-test is running
281 Progress indicator. Keyboard power-on self-test is running
282 Progress indicator. Parallel port power-on self-test is running
283 Progress indicator. Serial port power-on self-test is running
284 Progress indicator. POWER Gt1 graphics adapter power-on self-test is running
285 Progress indicator. POWER Gt3 graphics adapter power-on self-test is running
286 Progress indicator. Token-Ring adapter power-on self-test is running
287 Progress indicator. Ethernet adapter power-on self-test is running
288 Progress indicator. Adapter card slots are being queried
289 Progress indicator. Gt0 POWER graphics adapter power-on self-test is running
290 Progress indicator. I/O planar test started
291 Progress indicator. Standard I/O planar power-on self-test is running
292 Progress indicator. Standard I/O planar power-on self-test is running
293 Progress indicator. Bus-attached internal disk power-on self-test is running
294 Progress indicator. TCW SIMM in slot J is bad. (IOCC POST is testing SIMMs.)
295 Progress indicator. Color Graphics Display power-on self-test is running
296 Progress indicator. Family 2 Feature ROM power-on self-test is running
297 System model number could not be determined. The system halts
298 Progress indicator. Attempting a warm system restart
299 Progress indicator. IPL ROM passed control to loaded code
2E6 Progress indicator. A PCI Ultra/Wide differential SCSI adapter is being configured
2e7 An undetermined PCI SCSI adapter is being configured
300 – 325
Display Description
301 Irrecoverable error. Flash Utility ROM test failed or checkstop occurred. The system halts
302 Flash Utility ROM is prompting user to move the keyswitch to Service position to select an optional Flash update
303 Flash Utility ROM is prompting the user to press the Reset button to initiate an optional Flash update
304 Progress indicator. I/O planar test started
305 Progress indicator. Standard I/O planar power-on self-test is running
306 Progress indicator. Attempting to load Flash update code from the standard I/O planar-attached device
307 System model number could not be determined. The system halts
308 Progress indicator. TCW memory is bad
309 Progress indicator. The Flash Utility ROM passed control to a Flash update boot image
311 IPL ROM CRC miscompare occurred during system restart. The system halts
312 RAM power-on self-test found processor to be bad. The system halts
313 RAM power-on self-test failed. Memory cannot be configured because the system could not detect any good memory. The system halts
314 An I/O planar failure has been detected. The power status register, the time-of-day clock, or NVRAM on the I/O planar has failed. The system halts
315 Progress indicator. The level of voltage supplied to the system is too low to continue a system restart. The system monitors the voltage level. When the voltage is correct, the system continues with its system restart
318 Progress indicator. RAM power-on self-test is testing for 1MB of good memory
319 Progress indicator. RAM power-on self-test bit map is being generated
322 CRC of Flash image on diskette failed. No Flash update performed
323 Progress indicator. Current Flash image is being erased
324 CRC of new Flash image failed after update was performed (Flash image is corrupted)
325 Progress indicator. Flash update successful and complete
42C + 43C

Display Description
42C Progress indicator. Waiting for Interactive Maintenance Analysis Procedures (IMAP) request. The diagnostic program is checking to see if a CE laptop computer is attached to perform IMAPS
43C Progress indicator. Waiting for Interactive Maintenance Analysis Procedures (IMAP) connection
500 – 5C6

Display Description
500 Progress indicator. Querying standard I/O slot
501 Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 1
502 Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 2
503 Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 3
504 Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 4
505 Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 5
506 Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 6
507 Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 7
508 Progress indicator. Querying card in slot 8
510 Progress indicator. Starting device configuration
511 Progress indicator. Device configuration completed
512 Progress indicator. Restoring device configuration files from media
513 Progress indicator. Restoring BOS installation files from media
516 Progress indicator. Contacting server during network boot
517 Progress indicator. The / (root) and /usr file systems are being mounted.
518 Remote mount of the / (root) and /usr file systems during network boot did not complete successfully
520 Progress indicator. Bos configuration is running. If the system hangs, check for nfs permissions on the server
521 The /etc/inittab file has been incorrectly modified or is damaged. The system halts
522 The /etc/inittab file has been incorrectly modified or is damaged. The system halts
523 The /etc/objrepos file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts
524 The /etc/objrepos/Config_Rules file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts
525 The /etc/objrepos/CuDv file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts
526 The /etc/objrepos/CuDvDr file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts
527 You cannot run Phase 1 at this point. The /sbin/rc.boot file has probably been incorrectly modified or is damaged. The system halts
528 The /etc/objrepos/Config_Rules file has been incorrectly modified or is damaged, or a program specified in the file is missing. The system halts
529 There is a problem with the device containing the ODM database or the root file system is full. The system halts
530 The savebase command was unable to save information about the base customized devices onto the boot device during Phase 1 of system boot. The system halts
531 The /usr/lib/objrepos/PdAt file is missing or inaccessible. The system halts
532 The configuration manager ran out of memory. This error halts the system.
533 The configuration manager could not find a configure method for a device. The /usr/lib/objrepos/PdDv file might be incorrectly modified or damaged, or a program specified in the file is missing.
534 The configuration manager is unable to lock the ODM database. This error halts the system
535 A HIPPI diagnostics interface driver being is configured
536 The configuration manager encountered more than one sequence rule specified in the same phase. The /etc/objrepos/Config_Rules file might be damaged. This error halts the system.
537 The configuration manager encountered an error when starting the program in the sequence rule. The /etc/objrepos/Config_Rules file might be damaged. This error halts the system.
538 Progress indicator. The configuration manager is passing control to a configuration method
539 Progress indicator. The configuration method has ended and control has returned to the configuration manager
540 Progress indicator. Configuring child of IEEE-1284 parallel port
544 Progress indicator. An ECP peripheral configure method is executing
545 Progress indicator. A parallel port ECP device driver is being configured
546 IPL cannot continue due to error in customized database
547 Rebooting after error recovery. (LED 546 precedes this LED)
548 Restbase failure
549 Console could not be configured for the “Copy a System Dump” menu
550 Progress indicator. ATM LAN emulation device driver is being configured
551 Progress indicator. A varyon operation of the root volume group is in progress
552 The system is unable to varyon the root volume group. This error halts the system
553 Phase 1 boot is completed and the init command started: The /etc/inittab file has been incorrectly modified or is damaged
554 The IPL device could not be opened or a read failed (hardware not configured or missing). The system halts
555 Using the fsck -fp /dev/hd4 command on the root file system failed with a nonzero return code. The system halts
556 LVM subroutine error from ipl_varyon. The system halts
557 The root file system could not be mounted
558 Not enough memory is available to continue system restart
559 Less than 2MB of good memory are left for loading the AIX kernel. The system halts
560 An unsupported monitor is attached to the display adapter
561 Progress indicator. The TMSSA device is being identified or configured
565 Progress indicator. Configuring the MWAVE subsystem
566 Progress indicator. Configuring Namkan twinax commo card (5250 emulation)
567 Progress indicator. Configuring High-Performance Parallel Interface (HIPPI) device driver (fpdev)
568 Configuring High-Performance Parallel Interface (HIPPI) device driver (fphip)
569 Progress indicator. FCS SCSI protocol device is being configured
570 Progress indicator. A SCSI protocol device is being configured
571 HIPPI common functions driver is being configured
572 HIPPI IPI-3 master-mode driver is being configured
573 HIPPI IPI-3 slave-mode driver is being configured
574 HIPPI IPI-3 user-level interface driver is being configured
575 A 9570 disk-array driver is being configured
576 Generic async device driver is being configured
577 Generic SCSI device driver is being configured
578 Generic commo device driver is being configured
579 Device driver is being configured for a generic device
580 Progress indicator. A HIPPI-LE interface (IP) layer is being configured
581 Progress indicator. TCP/IP is being configured
582 Progress indicator. Token-Ring data link control (DLC) is being configured
583 Progress indicator. Ethernet data link control (DLC) is being configured
584 Progress indicator. IEEE Ethernet (802.3) data link control (DLC) is being configured
585 Progress indicator. SDLC (MPQP) data link control (DLC) is being configured
586 Progress indicator. QLLC (X.25) data link control (DLC) is being configured
587 Progress indicator. NETBIOS is being configured
588 Progress indicator. Bisync read-write (BSCRW) is being configured
589 SCSI target mode device is being configured
590 Progress indicator. Diskless remote paging device is being configured
591 Progress indicator. Logical Volume Manager device driver is being configured
592 Progress indicator. An HFT device driver is being configured
593 Progress indicator. SNA device driver is being configured
594 Asynchronous I/O is being defined or configured
595 X.31 pseudo device is being configured
596 SNA DLC/LAPE pseudo device is being configured
597 Outboard communication server (OCS) is being configured
598 OCS hosts is being configured during system reboot
599 Progress indicator. FDDI data link control (DLC) is being configured
5c0 Progress indicator. Streams-based hardware drive being configured
5c1 Progress indicator. Streams-based X.25 protocol stack being configured
5c2 Progress indicator. Streams-based X.25 COMIO emulator driver being configured
5c3 Progress indicator. Streams-based X.25 TCP/IP interface driver being configured
5c4 Progress indicator. FCS adapter device driver being configured
5c5 Progress indicator. SCB network device driver for FCS is being configured
5c6 Progress indicator. AIX SNA channel being configured
600 – 6C8
Display Description
600 Progress indicator. Starting network boot portion of /sbin/rc.boot
602 Configuring network parent devices
603 /usr/lib/methods/defsys, /usr/lib/methods/cfgsys, or /usr/lib/methods/cfgbus failed
604 Configuring physical network boot device
605 Configuration of physical network boot device failed
606 Running /usr/sbin/ifconfig on logical network boot device
607 /usr/sbin/ifconfig failed
608 Attempting to retrieve the client.info file with tftp. Note that a flashing 608 indicates multiple attempt(s) to retrieve the client_info file are occurring.
609
The /tftpboot/clienthostname.sbinfo file does not have read permission for other.
The /tftpboot/clienthostname.sbinfo file does not exist.
The IP Address entries in the /etc/bootptab file are incorrect.
PCI-based systems cannot have leading zeros in any of the ipaddresses listed on the SMS Menu.
A correct example of the Client IPaddress would be: 9.19.145.165
An incorrect example of the Client IPaddress would be: 009.019.145.165
You are booting a PCI-based system over the network from a server on the same subnet.
60C Progress indicator. A 1.4GB IDE Disk Drive is being identified or configured
610 The /etc/exports file either does not have the correct permissions for the client to mount /usr or does not have any entry for /usr
611 The /etc/exports file either does not have the correct permissions for the client to mount /usr or does not have any entry for /usr
612 Accessing remote files; unconfiguring network boot device
614 Configuring local paging devices
615 Configuration of a local paging device failed
616 Converting from diskless to dataless configuration
617 Diskless to dataless configuration failed
618 Configuring remote (NFS) paging devices
619 Configuration of a remote (NFS) paging device failed
61C Progress indicator. A 2.1GB IDE Disk Drive is being identified or configured
620 Updating special device files and ODM in permanent filesystem with data from boot RAM filesystem
622 Boot process configuring for operating system installation
625 Creating a directory for local NIM mount points
62C Progress indicator. A 3.0GB IDE Disk Drive is being identified or configured
63c Progress indicator. A IDE CD-ROM Drive is being identified or configured
650 Progress indicator. Configuring a supported IBM SCSI disk drive
658 Progress indicator. PCI Fibre Channel Disk Subsystem Controller being identified or configured
659 Progress indicator. 2102 Fibre Channel Disk Subsystem Controller Drawer being identified or configured
660 Progress indicator. 2102 Fibre Channel Disk Array being identified or configured
662 Progress indicator. Integrated Ultra2 SCSI Controller being identified or configured
663 Progress indicator. ARTIC960 RxD PCI Adapter is being identified or configured
664 Progress indicator. 32x (MAX) SCSI-2 CD-ROM drive is being identified or configured
666 The /usr filesystem has not been exported on the server with root permissions for the client
669 Progress indicator. PCI Gigabit Ethernet Adapter is being identified or configured
674 Progress indicator. ESCON Channel PCI Adapter is being identified or configured
677 Progress indicator. PCI Fiber Channel Arbitrated Loop Adapter is being identified or configured
678 Progress indicator. 12GB 4mm Tape Drive is being identified or configured
679 Progress indicator. 4.5GB SCSI Disk Drive is being identified or configured
680 Progress indicator. Micro-Channel Adapter (MCA) Graphics Adapter is being identified or configured
682 Progress indicator. 12X – 20X SCSI CD-ROM Drive is being identified or configured
683 Progress indicator. A 2105 Device is being identified or configured
684 Progress indicator. A 16-port RAN RS-422 for a 128-port adapter is being identified or configured
685 Progress indicator. A POWER GXT120P Graphics PCI Adapter is being identified or configured
686 Progress indicator. An 8-port PCI Asynchronous Adapter is being identified or congigured
687 Progress indicator. A 128-port PCI Asynchronous Adapter is being identified or configured
689 Progress indicator. A 4.5GB Ultra-SCSI SE Disk Drive is being identified or configured
690 Progress indicator. A 9.1GB Ultra-SCSI SE Disk Drive is being identified or configured
691 Progress indicator. A Turboways 25Mbps ATM PCI Adapter is being identified or configured
692 Progress indicator. A DLT-7000 Drive is being identified or configured.
693 Progress indicator. An ISDN PCI Basic Rate Adapter is being identified or configured
694 Progress indicator. An ISDN MCA Basic Rate Adapter is being identified or configured
695 Progress indicator. An X.25 PCI Coprocessor Adapter is being identified or configured
696 Progress indicator. A Single Mode 8MB PCI ATM Adapter is being identified or configured
697 Progress indicator. A Multi Mode 1MB PCI ATM Adapter is being identified or configured
698 Progress indicator. A UTP 1MB PCI ATM Adapter is being identified or configured
699 Progress indicator. A 10/100Mbs PCI Ethernet Adapter is being identified or configured
6C8 Progress indicator. A display device driver is being identified or configured
700 – 7C6
Display Description
77C Progress indicator. A 1.0 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive being identified or configured
700 Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 8-bit SCSI disk drive being identified or configured
701 Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
702 Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
703 Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB 8-bit SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
704 Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
705 Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
706 Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
707 Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
708 Progress indicator. An L2 cache is being identified or configured
710 Progress indicator. A POWER GXT150M graphics adapter is being identified and configured
711 Progress indicator. An unknown adapter is being identified or configured
712 Progress indicator. Graphic slot bus configuration is executing
713 The IBM ARTIC960 device is being configured
714 The configuration method for a video capture adapter is being run
715 The Ultimedia Services audio adapter is being configured
716 Progress indicator. System memory is being configured
717 The Ethernet High-Performance LAN adapter is being configured
718 Progress indicator. A GXT500/GXT500D display adapter is being configured
720 The configuration method for an unknown read/write optical drive type is being run
721 Progress indicator. An unknown disk or SCSI device is being identified or configured
722 Progress indicator. An unknown disk is being identified or configured
723 Progress indicator. An unknown CD-ROM or SCSI device driver is being identified or configured
724 Progress indicator. An unknown tape is being identified or configured
725 Progress indicator. An unknown display is being identified or configured
726 Progress indicator. An unknown input device is being identified or configured
727 Progress indicator. An asynchronous device is being identified or configured
728 Progress indicator. A parallel printer is being identified or configured
729 Progress indicator. An unknown parallel device is being identified or configured
730 Progress indicator. An unknown diskette drive type is being identified or configured
731 Progress indicator. A PTY is being identified or configured
732 An unknown SCSI initiator type is being configured
733 Progress indicator. A 7 GB tape drive is being identified or configured
734 Progress indicator. The multimedia SCSI CD-ROM is being identified or configured
735 Progress indicator. A 540 MB SCSI disk drive is being configured
736 Progress indicator. A PS/2 keyboard is being configured
741 Progress indicator. The 1080 MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
742 Progress indicator. A PCI Ethernet device driver is being identified or configured
743 Progress indicator. An IsoFDD adapter is being identified or configured
744 Progress indicator. A Power Management chip is being configured
745 Progress indicator. A 16 GB 4mm Tape Auto Loader is being configured
746 Progress indicator. A PCI Fast/Wide Single-Ended SCSI I/O adapter is being identified or configured
747 Progress indicator. A PCI Fast/Wide Differential SCSI I/O adapter is being identified or configured
748 Progress indicator. An MCA/CHRP systems keyboard/mouse adapter is being configured
749 Progress indicator. 7331 model 205 tape library is being configured
74C Progress indicator. An ISA bus Token Ring adapter is being configured
750 Progress indicator. A PCI Auto LANstreamer Token Ring adapter is being configured
751 Progress indicator. A PCI RAID adapter is being configured
754 Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB FastWide SCSI SE disk drive is being configured
755 Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB Fast/Wide SCSI SE disk drive is being configured
756 Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB Fast/Wide SCSI SE disk drive is being configured
757 Progress indicator. A 13 GB 1/4 inch tape drive is being configured
758 Progress indicator. A 540 MB SCSI drive is being configured
759 Progress indicator. A 1080 MB SCSI disk is being configured
75C Progress indicator. An ISA bus Ethernet adapter is being configured
760 Progress indicator. The SCSI adapter function of the LSA card is being configured
761 Progress indicator. The Ethernet adapter function of the LSA card is being configured
772 Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB Fast/Wide (F/W) SCSI SE disk drive is being identified or configured
773 Progress indicator. A 9.1 GB Fast/Wide (F/W) SCSI SE disk drive is being identified or configured
774 Progress indicator. A 9.1 GB SCSI Differential disk drive is being configured
775 Progress indicator. An MVP PCI power graphics adapter is being configured
776 Progress indicator. An MVP PCI power graphics adapter is being configured
777 Progress indicator. A 10/100 Mbps PCI Ethernet device driver is being identified or configured
779 Progress indicator. A 3D PCI graphics adapter is being configured
77C Progress indicator. A 1 GB 16 bit SE SCSI disk drive is being configured
780 Progress indicator. An X.25 Interface co-processor adapter, ISA bus is being configured
781 Progress indicator. A 4-port multiprotocol communications controller, ISA bus is being configured
782 Progress indicator. A 1.2 GB hardfile is being configured
783 Progress indicator. A 4mm DDS-2 Tape Autoloader is being configured
784 Progress indicator. A 2160 MB SCSI disk drive is being configured
785 Progress indicator. An ISA 8-port EIA 232/RS 422 adapter is being configured
786 Progress indicator. A GXT250P/GXT255P graphic adapter is being configured
787 Progress indicator. A GXT500P/GXT550P graphics adapter is being configured
788 Progress indicator. An Ultimedia video capture adapter is being configured
789 Progress indicator. A 2.6 GB external optical drive is being configured
790 Progress indicator. A multi-bus integrated Ethernet adapter is being configured
791 Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured
792 Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured
793 Progress indicator. A 9.1 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured
794 Progress indicator. A 10/100 Mbps Ethernet PX MCA device driver is being identified or configured
795 Progress indicator. A SysKonnect PCI FDDI adapter is being configured
796 Progress indicator. A SysKonnect MCA FDDI adapter is being configured
797 Progress indicator. A Turboways 155 UTP ATM adapter is being configured
798 Progress indicator. A Turboways 155 MPEG ATM adapter is being configured
799 Progress indicator. A 2-port WAN adapter is being configured
7C1 Progress indicator. A business audio subsystem is being configured
7C2 Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB SCSI-2 disk drive is being configured
7C4 Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB SCSI-2 disk drive is being configured
7C6 Progress indicator. A 4.4 GB SCSI-2 disk drive is being configured
800 – 8CC
Display Description
800 Progress indicator. A Turboways 155 ATM adapter is being configured
803 Progress indicator. The 7336 Tape Library robotics is being configured
804 Progress indicator. An 8X CD ROM drive is being configured
806 Progress indicator. A GXT800 graphics adapter is being configured
807 Progress indicator. A SCSI enclosure is being configured
808 Progress indicator. System Interface Full (SIF) configuration
80C Progress indicator. The SSA adapter is being identified or configured
811 Progress indicator. Processor complex is being identified or configured, or standard input/output being configured
812 Progress indicator. System memory is being identified or configured
813 Progress indicator. Battery for time-of-day and NVRAM or system I/O control logic is being identified or configured
814 Progress indicator. NVRAM is being identified or configured
815 Progress indicator. Floating-point processor is being identified or configured
816 Progress indicator. Operator-panel logic is being identified or configured
817 Progress indicator. Time-of-day logic is being identified or configured
819 Progress indicator. Graphics input device adapter is being identified or configured
81C Progress indicator. The Power Suite graphics adapter is being identified or configured
820 Interprocessor related testing
821 Progress indicator. Standard keyboard adapter is being identified or configured
823 Progress indicator. Standard mouse adapter is being identified or configured
824 Progress indicator. Standard tablet adapter is being identified or configured
825 Progress indicator. Standard speaker adapter is being identified or configured
826 Progress indicator. Serial port 1 adapter is being identified or configured
827 Progress indicator. Parallel port adapter is being identified or configured
828 Progress indicator. Standard diskette adapter is being identified or configured
829 Progress indicator. Multimode fiber 1 MB PCI ATM adapter is being configured
82C Progress indicator. The Power Wave graphics adapter is being identified or configured
830 Progress indicator. 8-port asynch adapter, EIA-232, ISA bus is being configured
831 Progress indicator. Serial port 2 is being identified or configured
834 Progress indicator. 64-port asynchronous controller is being identified or configured
835 Progress indicator. 16-port asynchronous concentrator is being identified or configured
836 Progress indicator. 128-port asynchronous controller is being identified or configured
837 Progress indicator. 16-port remote async node is being identified or configured
838 Progress indicator. Network Terminal Accelerator adapter is being identified or configured
839 Progress indicator. 7318 Serial Communications Server being configured
83C Progress indicator. SP2 high performance switch (HPS) adapter is being identified or configured in the SP2 node
840 Progress indicator. A PCI Ultra/Wide SCSI adapter is being configured
841 Progress indicator. 8-port asynchronous adapter (EIA-232) is being identified or configured
842 Progress indicator. 8-port asynchronous adapter (EIA-422A) is being identified or configured
843 Progress indicator. 8-port asynchronous adapter (MIL-STD) is being identified or configured
844 Progress indicator. The 7135 RADian Array disk drive subsystem controller is being identified or configured
845 Progress indicator. The 7135 RADian Array disk drive subsystem drawer being identified or configured
846 Progress indicator. A RADiant Array SCSI 1.3 GB disk drive is being configured
847 Progress indicator. 16-port asynchronous adapter (EIA-232) is being identified or configured
848 Progress indicator. 16-port asynchronous adapter (EIA-422) is being identified or configured
849 Progress indicator. X.25 communications adapter is being identified or configured
850 Progress indicator. Token-Ring network adapter is being identified or configured
851 T1/J1 Portmaster adapter is being identified or configured
852 Progress indicator. Ethernet adapter is being identified or configured
853 Progress indicator. A SCSI D I/O controller is being identified or configured
854 Progress indicator. 3270 connection is being identified or configured
855 Progress indicator. 4-port multiprotocol adapter is being identified or configured
856 Progress indicator. A POWER RADian device driver is being configured
857 Progress indicator. F-serial link adapter (FSLA) is being identified or configured
858 Progress indicator. 5085/86/88 adapter is being identified or configured
859 Progress indicator. FDDI adapter is being identified or configured
85C Progress indicator. Token-Ring High-Performance LAN adapter is being identified or configured
860 Progress indicator. A twin tail adapter being identified or configured
861 Progress indicator. Serial optical channel converter is being identified or configured
862 Progress indicator. 370 Parallel Channel adapter is being identified or configured
863 Progress indicator. A MAP adapter is being configured
864 Progress indicator. A serial channel adapter is being identified or configured
865 Progress indicator. ESCON channel adapter is being identified or configured
866 Progress indicator. SCSI adapter is being identified or configured
867 Progress indicator. Asynchronous expansion adapter is being identified or configured
868 Progress indicator. Integrated SCSI adapter is being identified or configured
869 Progress indicator. SCSI adapter is being identified or configured
870 Progress indicator. Serial disk adapter is being identified or configured
871 Progress indicator. Graphics subsystem adapter is being identified or configured
872 Progress indicator. Grayscale graphics adapter is being identified or configured
873 Progress indicator. A graphics display adapter is being identified or configured
874 Progress indicator. Color graphics adapter is being identified or configured
875 Vendor generic communication adapter being configured
876 Progress indicator. 8-bit color graphics processor is being identified or configured
877 Progress indicator. The POWER Gt3 or POWER Gt4 graphics adapter is being identified or configured
878 Progress indicator. The POWER Gt4 graphics process card is being identified or configured
880 Progress indicator. The POWER Gt1 graphics adapter is being identified or configured
881 Channel attached printer adapter
882 Serial attached printer adapter
883 Japan SCSI-2 disk drive support
884 3117 scanner adapter
885 3118 scanner adapter
886 3119 scanner adapter
887 Progress indicator. Integrated Ethernet adapter is being identified or configured
888 Unexpected system halt (=> 1.)
889 Progress indicator. SCSI adapter is being identified or configured
890 Progress indicator. The SCSI-2 Fast/Wide Adapter/A or SCSI-2 Differential Fast/Wide Adapter/A is being identified or configured
891 Progress indicator. Vendor SCSI adapter is being identified or configured
892 Progress indicator. Vendor display adapter is being identified or configured
893 Progress indicator. Vendor LAN adapter is being identified or configured
894 Progress indicator. Vendor async/communications adapter is being identified or configured
895 Progress indicator. Vendor IEEE 488 adapter is being identified or configured
896 Progress indicator. Vendor VME bus adapter is being identified, or configured
897 Progress indicator. The System/370 Channel Emulator/A adapter is being identified or configured
898 Progress indicator. The POWER Gt1x graphics adapter is being identified or configured
899 Progress indicator. 3490E Tape Drive, Models C11 and C22, is being identified or configured
89C Progress indicator. A multimedia SCSI CD-ROM is being identified or configured
8C0 Progress indicator. Coral chip IDE ports are being configured
8C2 Progress indicator. An IDE CD ROM XA 2x is being configured
8C3 Progress indicator. A 270 MB IDE disk drive is being configured
8C4 Progress indicator. A 360 MB IDE disk drive is being configured
8C5 Progress indicator. A 540 MB IDE disk drive being configured
8C6 Progress indicator. A 720 MB IDE disk drive is being configured
8C7 Progress indicator. A 1 GB IDE disk drive is being configured
8CC Progress indicator. A WDC AC1270OF 270 MB IDE disk drive is being configured
900 – 99C
Display Description
900 Progress indicator. A POWER GXT110P graphics adapter is being configured
901 Progress indicator. Vendor SCSI device is being identified or configured
902 Progress indicator. Vendor display is being identified or configured
903 Progress indicator. Vendor asynchronous device is being identified or configured
904 Progress indicator. Vendor parallel device is being identified or configured
905 Progress indicator. Vendor device is being identified or configured
906 Progress indicator. An IBM Premier Speech Recognition adapter I being configured
907 Progress indicator. An IBM Premier Speech Recognitions adapter II being configured
908 Progress indicator. A POWER GXT1000 graphics adapter subsystem is being identified or configured
909 Progress indicator. A SCSI-2 Disk Drive LAN SCSI/adapter (LSA) is being configured
90C Progress indicator. A DALA-3420 420 MB IDE disk is being configured
910 Progress indicator. A 1/4 GB Fibre Channel/266 Standard adapter is being identified or configured
911 Progress indicator. A Fibre Channel/1063 adapter short wave is being configured
912 Progress indicator. 2GB SCSI differential disk drive is being identified or configured
913 Progress indicator. 1GB SCSI differential disk drive is being identified or configured
914 Progress indicator. 56-bit 8-mm differential-ended tape drive is being identified or configured
915 Progress indicator. 4GB 4-mm tape drive is being identified or configured
916 Progress indicator. Vendor tape adapter (non-SCSI tape adapter) is being identified or configured
917 Progress indicator. 2.0GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
918 Progress indicator. 2GB 16-bit single-ended SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
919 Progress indicator. A multimedia audio adapter is being identified or configured
91C, running Progress indicator. A 4mm 2 GB tape drive is being configured
920 Progress indicator. Bridge box is being identified or configured
921 Progress indicator. 101-key keyboard is being identified or configured
922 Progress indicator. 102-key keyboard is being identified or configured
923 Progress indicator. Kanji keyboard is being identified or configured
924 Progress indicator. Two-button mouse is being identified or configured
925 Progress indicator. Three-button mouse is being identified or configured
926 Progress indicator. Tablet 5083 Model 21 is being identified or configured
927 Progress indicator. Tablet 5083 Model 22 is being identified or configured
928 Progress indicator. Standard speaker is being identified or configured
929 Progress indicator. Dials are being identified or configured
92C Progress indicator. A DALA-3540 540 MB IDE disk is being configured
930 Progress indicator. Lighted programmable function keyboard (LPFK) is being identified or configured
931 Progress indicator. Internet Protocol router is being identified or configured
932 Progress indicator. An Internet Protocol (IP) router is being identified or configured
933 Progress indicator. Asynchronous planar is being identified or configured
934 Progress indicator. Asynchronous expansion drawer is being identified or configured
935 Progress indicator. 3.5-inch diskette drive is being identified or configured
936 Progress indicator. 5.25-inch diskette drive is being identified or configured
937 An HIPPI adapter is being configured
93C Progress indicator. A DPEA-30540 540 MB IDE disk is being configured
941 Progress indicator. A 6180 plotter is being identified or configured
942 Progress indicator. POWER GXT graphics adapter is being identified or configured
943 Progress indicator. 3480 and 3490 control units attached to a System/370 Channel Emulator/A adapter are being identified or configured
944 Progress indicator. A 100 MB ATM adapter is being configured
945 Progress indicator. 1GB16-bit differential SCSI disk drive is being configured
946 Serial port 3 adapter is being identified or configured
947 Progress indicator. A 730MB SCSI disk drive is being configured
948 Progress indicator. Portable disk drive is being identified or configured
949 Progress indicator. Unknown direct bus-attached disk drive is being identified or configured
94c Progress indicator. A WDC AC2540H 540 MB IDE disk is being configured
950 Progress indicator. Unknown SCSI options are being identified or configured
951 Progress indicator. 670MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
952 Progress indicator. 355MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
953 Progress indicator. 320MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
954 Progress indicator. 400MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
955 Progress indicator. 857MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
956 Progress indicator. 670MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
957 Progress indicator. Bus-attached disk drive is being identified or configured
958 Progress indicator. 160MB (bus-attached) disk drive is being identified or configured
959 Progress indicator. 160MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
95C Progress indicator. A WDC AC2700H 730 MB IDE disk is being configured
960 Progress indicator. A 1.37GB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
961 Progress indicator. A 2-port serial adapter is being configured
962 Progress indicator. An Ethernet adapter is being configured
964 Progress indicator. A 20 GB 8mm tape drive is being configured
965 Progress indicator. A token-ring adapter is being configured
966 Progress indicator. A digital to analog video decoder adapter is being configured
967 Progress indicator. An Xpoint Ethernet adapter is being configured
968 Progress indicator. 1GB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
96C Progress indicator. A DPEA-30810 810 MB IDE disk is being configured
970 Progress indicator. 0.5-inch 9-track tape drive is being identified or configured
971 Progress indicator. 150MB 0.25-inch tape drive is being identified or configured
972 Progress indicator. 8-mm SCSI tape drive is being identified or configured
973 Progress indicator. Unknown SCSI tape drive is being identified or configured
974 Progress indicator. CD-ROM drive is being identified or configured
975 Progress indicator. An optical disk drive is being identified or configured
976 Progress indicator. An RS/6000 SCSI I/O control initiator is being configured
977 Progress indicator. An audio capture and playback adapter is being identified or configured
978 Progress indicator. An IEEE 4888 adapter is being identified or configured
979 Progress indicator. A 7246 SBS Frame Buffer adapter is being configured
97C Progress indicator. A DPEA-301080 1080 MB IDE disk drive is being configured
980 Progress indicator. A TBO-IBM switching network interface adapter is being configured
981 Progress indicator. 540MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
982 Progress indicator. A graphics visualization server adapter is being configured
983 Progress indicator. An XGA graphics adapter is being identified or configured
984 Progress indicator. A 1 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured
985 Progress indicator. An M-video capture adapter is being identified or configured
986 Progress indicator. 1.2GB SCSI disk drive (in 2.4GB disk unit) is being identified or configured
987 Progress indicator. Enhanced SCSI CD-ROM drive is being identified or configured
988 Progress indicator. A FDDI adapter is being configured
989 Progress indicator. 200MB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
98C Progress indicator. A WDC AC31000H 2083 IDE disk drive is being identifed or configured
990 Progress indicator. 2.0GB SCSI disk drive is being identified or configured
991 525MB 1/4-inch cartridge tape drive is being identified or configured
992 Progress indicator. A 4755 Crytographic adapter is being configured
993 Progress indicator. A Raven file server product is being configured
994 Progress indicator. 8-mm tape drive is being identified or configured
995 Progress indicator. 1/2-inch 1.2GB tape drive is being identified or configured
996 Progress indicator. Single-port, multi-protocol communications adapter is being identified or configured
997 Progress indicator. Twisted-pair FDDI adapter is being identified or configured
998 Progress indicator. A 4-mm tape drive is being identified or configured
999 Progress indicator. A 7137 or 3514 Disk Array Subsystem is being configured
99C Progress indicator. A 2 GB SCSI disk drive is being configured
C00 – c99
Display Description
C00 AIX Install/Maintenance loaded successfully
C01 Insert the first diagnostic diskette
C02 Diskettes inserted out of sequence
C03 The wrong diskette is in diskette drive
C04 The loading stopped with a nonrecoverable error
C05 A diskette error occurred
C06 The rc.boot configuration shell script is unable to determine type of boot
C07 Insert the next diagnostic diskette
C08 RAM file system started incorrectly
c09 The diskette drive is reading or writing a diskette
C20 An unexpected halt occurred, and the system is configured to enter the kernel debug program instead of entering a system dump
C21 The ifconfig command was unable to configure the network for the client network host
C22 The tftp command was unable to read client’s ClientHostName info file during a client network boot
C24 Unable to read client’s ClientHostName.info file during a client network boot
C25 Client did not mount remote miniroot during network install
C26 Client did not mount the /usr file system during the network boot
c29 The system was unable to configure the network device
C31 Select the console display for the diagnostics. To select No console display, set the key mode switch to Normal then to Service. The diagnostic programs will then load and run the diagnostics automatically
c32 A direct-attached display (HFT) was selected
c33 A tty terminal attached to serial ports S1 or S2 was selected
C34 A file was selected. The console messages store in a file
C40 Configuration files are being restored
c41 Could not determine the boot type or device
C42 Extracting data files from diskette
c43 Cannot access the boot/install tape
C44 Initializing installation database with target disk information
C45 Cannot configure the console
C46 Normal installation processing
C47 Could not create a physical volume identifier (PVID) on disk
C48 Prompting you for input
c49 Could not create or form the JFS log
C50 Creating root volume group on target disks
c51 No paging devices were found
C52 Changing from RAM environment to disk environment
c53 Not enough space in the /tmp directory to do a preservation installation
C54 Installing either BOS or additional packages
c55 Could not remove the specified logical volume in a preservation installation
C56 Running user-defined customization
c57 Failure to restore BOS
C58 Displaying message to turn the key
c59 Could not copy either device special files, device ODM, or volume group information from RAM to disk
c61 Failed to create the boot image
C62 Loading platform dependent debug files
C63 Loading platform dependent data files
C64 Failed to load platform dependent data files
C70 Problem Mounting diagnostic CDROM disc
c99 Diagnostics have completed. This code is only used when there is no console
3. bootcode logical partitions (LPARs)
Display Description
D200A100 Received MSD SP™ attention
D200A110 Received CPM SP attention
D200A120 Received LL SP attention
D200A130 Received RPA end-of-life event
D200A200 Begin partition power down. SRC word 3 contains the reason for the power off.
SRC word 3 power down reasons

1: White button power down (also known as delayed power off)
2: Partition requested power down
3: Partition requested end of life
4: System wide shutdown
5: Attention link loader
6: Attention MSD
7: Panel function 3 requested
8: Panel function 8 requested
9: Panel function 22 requested
A: Panel function 34 requested
D200B050 Begin transfer slot locks to VSP
D200B05F End transfer slot locks to VSP
D200B060 Begin transfer VIO slot locks to VSP
D200B06F End transfer VIO slot locks to VSP
D200B070 Begin reset slots
D200B077 Waiting for reset slots
D200B07F End reset slots
D200B080 Begin reset VIO slots
D200B08F End reset VIO slots
D200B090 Begin soft POR slots
D200B097 Waiting soft POR slots
D200B09F End soft POR slots
D200B100 Sending Hypervisor™ reset
D200B1FF Hypervisor reset successfully sent
D200B200 Begin forced LP reset (after the 1 second timeout)
D200B210 Send CSP/FSP soft processor reset command (word 3 processor ID, word 4 thread ID)
D200B2FF End forced LP reset
D200B300 Closing Hypervisor events paths
D200B310 Deactivating panel functions
D200B3FF Hypervisor reset complete successfully
D200C100 Sending Hypervisor I/O reset
D200C1FF Hypervisor I/O reset sent successfully
D200C200 Deallocating events
D200C2FF Hypervisor I/O reset complete successfully
D200D100 Removing partition configuration resources
D200D1FF Partition resources removed successfully
D200E050 Begin power off slots
D200E057 Waiting power off slots
D200E05F End power off slots
D200E060 Begin power off VIO slots
D200E06F End power off VIO slots
D200E080 Begin release slot locks
D200E08F End release slot locks
D200E090 Begin release VIO slot locks
D200E09F End release VIO slot locks
D200E0A0 Begin unassociate of system ports
D200E0A8 Unassociate system ports from an RPA partition
D200E0AF End unassociate of system ports
D200E100 Power off SPCN racks
D200E110 Issuing a rack power off command
D200E120 Rack power off command complete successfully
D200E1FF SPCN racks powered off phase complete

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