> An 888 reflects a system crash. A 103 error is most likely a hardware error.
> The last 2 sets of numbers are your SRN, you should consult your diagnostic guide
> to translate the SRN and also call your hardware service people.
The manual that refers to this is "Diagnostic Information for Microchannel Bus
Machines". An online copy can be found at:
> |> AIX'ers,
> |> I'm setting up a used J50 box. Not having done an AIX box before, I am
> |> RTFM'ing and not finding the following error that displays on the LED:
> |> 888-103-409-022
> |> I've searched the Diag Info manual and found errors starting with 887
> |> and 889, but no 888. I've also found no twelve digit errors.
> |> Since the 888 falls between sections on the MB and SCSI adapter, I
> |> checked the how both are seated and they appear to be OK.
> |> Add'l info: only 102 and 162 show on LED before 888 msg comes up and
> |> stays. 888 is flashing.
> |> Any ideas?
> |> Thanx,
> |> BV
> Phil Langerholc - DCS UNIX Systems Support
> IBM Global Services - Corporate Logistics Team, Poughkeepsie, NY
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