Tip: If a service request number (SRN) or other reference code is displayed, suspect a loose adapter
or cable connection.
Note: If you received an SRN or any other reference code when you attempted to start the system,
contact your service provider for assistance.
8. If the terminal type is requested, select the Initialize Terminal option on the Function Selection
menu to initialize the operating system.
9. From the Function Selection menu, select Advanced Diagnostics Routines and press Enter.
10. From the Diagnostic Mode Selection menu, select System Verification and press Enter.
11. When the Advanced Diagnostic Selection menu appears, select All Resources, or test only the part
you replaced, and any devices that are attached to the part you replaced, by selecting the diagnostics
for the individual part and press Enter.
12. Did the Testing Complete, No trouble was found message appear?
v No: There is still a problem. Contact your service provider.
v Yes: Go to step 13.
13. If you changed the service processor or network settings, as instructed in previous procedures,
restore the settings to the value they had prior to servicing the system.
14. If the indicator lights are still on, follow these steps:
a. Select Identify and Attention Indicators from the Task Selection menu to turn off the system
attention and indicator lights and press Enter.
b. Select Set System Attention Indicator to NORMAL and press Enter.
c. Select Set All Identify Indicators to NORMAL and press Enter.
d. Choose Commit.
Note: This changes the system attention and identify indicators from the Fault state to the Normal
e. Exit to the command line.
Verifying an installed part or replaced part on a system or logical partition by
using Virtual I/O Server tools
If you installed or replaced a part, you might want to use the tools in Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) to verify
that the part is recognized by the system or logical partition.
Verifying an installed part by using VIOS:
You can verify the operation of an installed part by using the VIOS.
To verify an installed part, complete the following steps:
1. Log in as root user.
2. At the command line, type diagmenu and press Enter.
3. Select Advanced Diagnostics Routines and press Enter.
4. From the Diagnostic Mode Selection menu, select System Verification and press Enter.
5. When the Advanced Diagnostic Selection menu appears, do one of the following steps:
v To test a single resource, select the resource that you just installed from the list of resources and
v To test all the resources available to the operating system, select All Resources and press Enter.
6. Select Commit, and wait until the diagnostic programs run to completion, responding to any prompts
7. Did the diagnostics run to completion and display the message No trouble was found?
Power Systems: Chassis management card for the EMX0 PCIe Gen3 I/O expansion drawer