Regards Gonzalo Sotelo Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... RE: LPAR question. Continue to paragraph 4.1. c.
ss990816 Enhanced FRU isolation. When you have read the current firmware levels, you may exit SMS as directed on the menu screens. The next screen displays a warning that indicates you will not be able to return to the Base OS menu without rebooting. 5. With the key in Normal position (if it is a microchannel machine), shut down and reboot.
All rights reserved. Until the solution is available, please use the below instructions as a workaround to this issue. This may take up to ten minutes, depending on the configuration of the target system.
Please refer to your system user's or installation and service guide for specific IPL procedures related to your type and model of hardware. LPAR1 has within the IO draw, Group_128 added to its profile, which contains the ISA Bridge, NIC and SCSI Bus Controller. The download choices at that entry are: Desc (Instructions document) AIX (For downloading to an AIX system or workstation) DOS (For downloading to a Windows workstation) You will want a copy The disk was a mirrored copy and so would have rootvg filesystems on it.
error !20EE000B! The current System and Service Processor firmware levels can be found under the "Config" selection on the SMS main menu. The firmware update is complete. http://unix.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/ibm-aix-l/error-20ee000b-on-console-1478586 AIX commands are CASE (lower and upper) SENSITIVE, and must be entered exactly as shown, including the filenames.
If that works, then do the following: mount -a savebase bosboot -ad hdisk0 bootlist -m normal hdisk0 sync sync sync reboot If this does not work, you have little chance of Into the drive, insert diskette labeled, "Image: System (SST06012)FW for IBM 7026-H70" d. If the target system cannot boot AIX, skip to paragraph 220.127.116.11.2. 18.104.22.168.1 Diskette for AIX Command-Line Update Method The AIX command-line method applies the combined companion System and Service Processor firmware Edward1982 (TechnicalUser) (OP) 1 Dec 08 16:17 Thanks guys for the info.
It may also be due to a hardware problem with the boot disk in rootvg. http://unix.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/ibm-aix-l/error-20ee000b-p650-713993 RE: LPAR question. Two methods for reading the firmware levels are described below. hope this helps....
HTH,p5wizard RE: LPAR question. mksbcd -B -T "D" -f /dev/cd1 2. Please assist. This allows both the System and Service Processor firmware to be updated together and assures they companion levels.
on console Can we install mksysb of 5.2 from NIM installed on 5.3 Upgrade NIM Master Server from AIX 6.1 to 6.7 NIM Client Boot Hangs Restore NIM mksysb NIM ADM Talk With Other Members Be Notified Of ResponsesTo Your Posts Keyword Search One-Click Access To YourFavorite Forums Automated SignaturesOn Your Posts Best Of All, It's Free! Follow on-screen update steps as they are presented. Thanks, DSimmons Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving...
Avoid Potential Firmware Update Corruption Some firmware corruptions are recoverable in the field, and repeating the update will usually correct the problem. couldnt you create the missing filesystems on hdisk1 and get a restore performed? Added support for IBM 4-Port 10/100 Ethernet adapter Type 9-Z, Feature Code 4951.
It is essential that you monitor process output for the following processes and verify that the boot image placed on the media is not larger than "24576 512 byte blocks: - The firmware on the server is current, which is 3R080425. Added support to provide response to APR requests for Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) or other network processes that generate ARP requests during NIM operations. Boot your system from this media and go to the section of this document titled "AFTER BOOTING, HOW TO INSTALL" AFTER BOOTING, HOW TO INSTALL 1.
Toolbox.com is not affiliated with or endorsed by any company listed at this site. bootlist -m normal -o (shows what devices are currently in the bootlist) bootlist -m normal [hdisk#] 11. Skip to paragraph 4.2. 4.1 Using AIX to Read Currently Installed Firmware Levels To check the firmware levels, Enter: lscfg -vp | grep alterable This command will produce a This critter is going to take a little more research to solve, but I think the link Khalidaaa has sent has put me on the right path.
Contents 1.0 Systems Affected 2.0 Firmware Description and Revision History 3.0 Cautions and Important Notes 4.0 How to Determine Currently Installed Firmware Levels 4.1 Using AIX to Read Currently Installed Firmware Randy Goff replied Jun 11, 2007 While in recovery mode run bosboot -ad /dev/