Thanks for the input. We ended up trying to reset the connections and
that worked.
I did do an FSP Dump and other than the embedded file name there really
wasn't much readable by a human.. but I thought I would try.

Thanks

On Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 6:46 PM, DrFranken <midrange@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

If the 'another HMC' was at a newer HMC was higher level then you'll need
to upgrade your current HMC to that level or newer to regain communication.
As to what that level might be I'm not certain there is a way to know.

Once a newer HMC is connected it can reformat the memory in the FSP to
that newer level and any older HMC is now unable to connect.

'Rule of thumb' is to upgrade HMC first and FSP's later. HMC's can
'always'(*) read older FSP code levels but not higher levels.

(*) Current big exception is HMC version 8.anything cannot communicate
with a POWER5 FSP.

- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis

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On 11/5/2015 5:13 PM, Kirk Goins wrote:

I need to Prove or Disprove someone connected another HMC with different
level code level to 2 different Managed Systems. Current HMC is running
7.7.8 and SP0. One of the systems is 9117-MMA with EM350_149. So FW and
HMC
levels are compatible. Is a way via ASMI or HMC CLI etc that I can query
the FSP and see what it is expecting for HMC Code level?

I have found several tips Googling HMC Version Mismatch. We are not
getting the REF code except Connecting with all Zeros.

Thanks

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