SUMMARY Sparc20 problem..

Mark Cohen markc at neo.binaryfaith.com
Mon Oct 8 01:49:09 EDT 2001


It appears that my hunch was right.. Its a bad CPU ... I tried re-seating
it but that didn't work. I took the other CPU and put it in the CPU0
position and all is well.. ('cept that Im running on one now.) :)

-Mark


On Sun, 7 Oct 2001, Mark Cohen wrote:

>
>
> Greetings,
>
> I've just moved my machines and upon rebooting my Sparc20 I got this
> message:
>
>
>     <<< CPU_00000000 on MBus Slot_00000000 >>>
>      ERROR : Address = 00000028,
>      exp[31:00] = ffffffff, obs[31:00] = dddfffff, xor[31:00] = 22200000
>      U-NUMBER : Suspect Viking Module
>
> -----
>
>
>
> Has anyone else seen this problem? There doesn't seem to be a Summary on
> this.
>
> I did find a post about this back from 99.
> Below is Will's origional post.
>
>
>
> ------
> Will Lowe -- Mon, 12 Jul 1999 18:01:34 +0200 (METDST)
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Hello everyone ... we've tried searching docs.sun.com for this,  but it's
> taking ~20 minutes to load a page ...
>
> We have 2 Sparcstation 20s which have recently been causing problems.
> Nothing happens on the console at boot,  so we've attached a serial cable
> and we're getting this from one:
>
>
>            SMCC SPARCstation 10/20 UP/MP POST version 3.1 (11/19/93)
>
>
> CPU_#0       TI, TMS390Z55(3.x)       1Mb External cache
>
> CPU_#1       ******* NOT installed *******
> CPU_#2       ******* NOT installed *******
> CPU_#3       ******* NOT installed *******
>
>
>            >>>>> Power On Self Test (POST) is running .... <<<<<
>
>
>
>     <<< CPU_00000000 on MBus Slot_00000000 >>>
>      ERROR : Address = 00000028,
>      exp[31:00] = ffffffff, obs[31:00] = dddfffff, xor[31:00] = 22200000
>      U-NUMBER : Suspect Viking Module
>
> the other machine halts at the prom prompt with "Watchdog Reset".  It
> fails to detect the TP ethernet device, and typing "boot" gives us
> "Watchdog Reset" again.
>
> 					Any clues?
>
> 						thanks,
>
>                      					Will
>
>
>
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