We have seen problems such as a 'percieved' power supply problem that did
this. Additional information on line two of the lcd said something like "P02
  xxxxxxxx" where there was an SRC code listed that reported a power
failure. (HEY Not saying there have been zero PS prolems on the 820's..) In
this case an IPL (read M$ Fix) cleared the error but even without the IPL
there was no operational problem with the system.

  - L

Jim Franz wrote:

> We had the processor check lite come on today and stay on.
> No error in window, no message in sysopr, nothing noticeable
> in SST logs. S10 server at V4R5. October ptfs. Users called
> IBM but no answer yet.
> Any known problems?
> I am not on-site

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