Appendix E. Operator Panel Display Numbers
This appendix contains lists of the various numbers and characters that may be displayed in
the three-digit display. The numbers and characters are divided into two broad categories.
The first grouping is those that track power-on testing of the system unit; the second group
provides information about messages that follow a flashing 888 number.
To form an SRN from any steady number that occurs during system power-on test (PON or
POST), add 101- in front of the displayed number.
For more detailed explanations of three-digit display numbers, refer to the AIX Problem
Solving Guide and Reference .
Power-On (PON) Test Indicators
PON completed successfully; control was passed to IPL ROS.
PON started following Reset.
PON started following power-on Reset.
PON could not determine the system model number.
Equipment conflict; PON could not find the CBA.
PON could not read from the OCS EPROM.
PON failed: CBA not found
OCS stopped; PON detected a module error.
A checkstop occurred during PON; checkstop results could not be logged
Three checkstops have occurred.
PON starting a CRC check on the 8752 EPROM.
PON detected a bad CRC in the first 32K bytes of the OCS EPROM.
PON started a CRC check on the first 32K bytes of the OCS EPROM.
PON detected a bad CRC on the OCS area of NVRAM.
PON started a CRC check on the OCS area of NVRAM.
PON detected a bad CRC on the time-of-day area of NVRAM.
PON started a CRC check on the time-of-day area of NVRAM.
PON detected a bad CRC on the 8752 EPROM.
PON presence test started.
Running PON. (Box Manufacturing Mode Only)
Box manufacturing mode operation.
Invalid memory configuration.
Manufacturing test failure.
PON started AIPGM test code.
PON started DCLST test code.
PON started ACLST test code.
PON started AST test code.
Bad EPOW Signal/Power status signal.
PON being conducted on BUMP I/O
PON being conducted on JTAG
PON being conducted on Direct I/O
PON being conducted on CPU
PON being conducted on DCB and Memory
PON being conducted on Interrupts
PON being conducted on Multiprocessors
Logout in progress.
Operator Panel Display Numbers