a. Press Enter.
b. Select the Task Selection option.
Note: If the terminal type is not defined, you are prompted to define it before you can proceed.
c. Select the Log Repair option.
d. Select the resource associated with the repair action:
v If the repair action was reseating a cable or adapter, select the resource associated with that
v If the resource associated with your repair action is not displayed on the Resource List, select
e. Click Commit after you make your selection.
35. Exit from diagnostics in this partition and return to the AIX command prompt.
36. Have all the partitions in the list of Axx partitions you began recording in step 14 on page 45 been
v Yes: Continue with the next step.
v No: Go to step 32 on page 46 to process the next partition in the list you recorded in step 14 on
37. If the system attention LED is still on, turn off the LED as described in "Activating and deactivating
LEDs." This completes the repair. Return the system to the customer.
Note: If, during the processing of the list of open service action events, some service action events
remained open, further service actions might be required to complete the repair.
Activating and deactivating LEDs
You can use these procedures to activate or deactivate light-emitting diodes (LEDs) by using the
management console or the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI).
The system attention LED is activated when an error that requires a service action is detected, but a fault
LED is not activated. Such errors can include errors that generate a system reference code (SRC) or a
service request number (SRN). On systems that support fault LEDs, a fault LED is activated for many
problems that can be isolated to a specific hardware component. However, for some problems that
require a service action, a fault LED might not be activated even if a problem can be isolated to a specific
hardware component. For those problems, the system attention LED is activated instead.
For IBM Power Systems
or verify a part that you are servicing. The error and identify function (amber) LED indicates an error
and corresponds to the location code in the system reference code (SRC). The LED is activated and
Additionally, the following procedures can also be used to activate and deactivate LEDs.
v "Deactivating a system attention LED or partition LED by using the management console" on page 48
v "Activating or deactivating an identify LED by using the management console" on page 49
v "Deactivating a system attention LED or logical partition LED by using the Advanced System
Management Interface" on page 50
v "Activating or deactivating an identify LED by using the Advanced System Management Interface" on
servers that contain the POWER8
Common procedures for removing or replacing the chassis management card
processor, the LEDs can be used to identify