• Subject: RE: What is SRC 917B4300?
  • From: Kirk Goins <KirkG@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 14:21:13 -0700

Doug I'm REFing 
COVER Book Cover
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AS/400
9402/9404 Models 2xx Problem Analysis
Version 3
Document Number SY44-3941-01
Part Number 87G3266
 
below you give the SRCs and 11-2 is 917B "3400" all of your text says
"4300"

Here's the ref for 3400 thru B300, No 4300. Looking at the PIP18 and at
your refcodes
I'd say... It's pointing to the disk at 0010-0200 with a refcode of
FFF2(Motor Start Prob)
This is the 2nd disk from the right looking at the left side.




+----------+--------------------------------------+----------+----------
-
 3400      Failure in initialization of a        FI01105    90

           device task                           917x       10

                                                          

           Perform SDIOP-PIP18 in "Storage                

           Device I/O Processor Problem                   

           Isolation Procedures" in topic 4.9.            

+----------+--------------------------------------+----------+----------
-
 3500      I/O processor Licensed Internal Code  AJEDA00    95

           error                                 917x       05

+----------+--------------------------------------+----------+----------
-
 3501      I/O processor Licensed Internal Code  AJEDA00   100

           error                                          

+----------+--------------------------------------+----------+----------
-
 4002      I/O processor Licensed Internal Code  AJEFDA10   95

           error                                 917x       05

+----------+--------------------------------------+----------+----------
-
 4003      I/O processor Licensed Internal Code  AJEFDA21   95

           error                                 917x       05

+----------+--------------------------------------+----------+----------
-
 4030      Data decompression failure, I/O       MS7MEDA    50

           processor operational                 917x       50

+----------+--------------------------------------+----------+----------
-
 B300      A permanent I/O processor failure     917x       99

           occurred                              FI01104    01

+----------+--------------------------------------+----------+----------
-

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Kirk Goins
IBM Certified AS/400 Technical Solutions
Pacific Information Systems
503-290-2104
kirkg@pacinfosys.com
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: dhandy@isgroup.net [SMTP:dhandy@isgroup.net]
> Sent: Monday, October 11, 1999 10:36 AM
> To:   MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      Re: What is SRC 917B4300?
> 
> Kirk,
> 
> >I tried to looked up your code in my v3r1 hardware manual and I don't
> >see a 917x 4300. Can you double check the last 4 digits. Are there
> >really 4300?
> 
> Thanks for responding.  Yes, they really are 4300.  Here is the list
> of codes:
> 
> 11-2  917B 3400
> 12-2  0860 1160
> 13-2  0000 0010
> 14-2  0200 FFFF
> 15-2  917B 0001
> 16-2  FFFF FFFF
> 17-2  0000 FFF2
> 18-2  0000 0000
> 19-2  38B1 0000
> 
> That is if I try a normal IPL.  After posting the message, I tried a
> manual IPL and got a A600 5004 which is listed in my startup guide as
> a WS controller failure.  This happens shortly into the C6xx 4xxx
> series when you would expect the normal manual IPL screen.
> 
> Last Dec, Al Barsa posted a partial SRC table.  That shows C5yx xxxx
> as "LIC system hardware initialization" and C500 C92B as "Waiting for
> console device - error condition only if console not found".  I never
> see any C5xx xxxx appear during either a manual or normal IPL.
> 
> Watching the normal IPL closer, I realized it never displays the C9xx
> xxxx series either.  The most recent SRC displayed prior to the 917B
> 4300 is C600 4305 (and more than a dozen C6xx 4xxx precede it).  Al's
> list of C600 43xx codes ended with C600 4303 for "Temporarily applied
> PTFs have reached the static paging phase".  (Which was displayed
> prior to the C600 4305.)  
> 
> The 6141 is the only WS controller in the machine, and I have never
> used one as the system console before.  I *think* I have ProComm
> configured OK to use as a 3161 and attached to port 0 of the 6141.  I
>  tried various comm settings on a few of the 6141 ports.
> 
> To give a little more insight, this is a machine I bought off eBay.
> The main intent was to plunder the disk drives, and for what I paid, I
> could throw the rest out and still come out OK.  But I figured I might
> install a couple of old 6602's I had on the shelf and try and resell
> it to lower my costs even more.  I had no guarantee that OS/400 was
> even still on the machine.
> 
> If it is the 6141 controller which is bad, it can be replaced pretty
> cheap.  If there is much more to it, I can just forget it and plunder
> the parts.
> 
> Doug
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