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The correct tool to use for analysis is System Event Analyzer. IIRC.) So 800 is supposed to mean SIMM 0 is sick. Or, keep reading... If needed, I can try to supply data) Willem Willem GrootersOpenVMS Developer & System Manager 0 Kudos All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 22 REPLIES Volker Halle Honored Contributor [Founder] this contact form

The "machine check error code" is at offset 10 (hex) from the start of the frame which was 00108060 in this case. SYMPTOM:Environmental entries logged in error logs. SYSTEM job terminated at 24-SEP-2004 09:53:37.61Tells me something was VERY WRONG indeed.... I tried a 3000 600, and T MEM LLSC seems to work fine. look at this web-site

I found that T MEM LLSC always fails on this machine, though not always in the same way, and at a different address each time. I conclude that the model 300 does not correctly implement whatever LLSC is trying to check. So maybe Quote:>>> examine -b 00108070 will give the error code. System configuration did fulfill the power redundancy rules.Answer/Solution FIX:Requested user to check their power environment.

The MCHK ID in the middle of the memory test looks weird. Despite what the manual says, and what I posted previously, T MEM BCTP and T MEM ECC don't appear to exist on the model 300. and always ? DEC 3000/300 video specs? 11.

Then run DECevent to translate CLUE$ERRLOG.SYS and - assuming there is an errlog entry for the underlying hardware problem - post the translated errlog file as an attachment (or mail it User checked and corrected this problem and no further power related problem were logged since then. © Copyright 2015 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. I have the 3000 300 owner's guide, which is quite detailed. The other side of both SIMMs forms another bank.

Timestamp of occurrence 19-OCT-2013 15:38:50 Time since reboot 0 Day(s) 0:01:06 Host name VTXNY2 System Model AlphaServer ES40 Entry Type 113. Since you have an rrd43, are you booting from a CD? SYMPTOM:Output has been reduced for better readability.Cause CAUSE:Errorlog contains multiple environmental machine check related entries like: (Output has been reduced for better readability) . . Willem GrootersOpenVMS Developer & System Manager 0 Kudos Camiel Frequent Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎11-13-2005

Thanks,Volker. 0 Kudos Robert_Boyd Respected Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎10-28-2005 03:53 AM ‎10-28-2005 03:53 Does it pass the power-up tests? Item Needed: Looking For Case For DEC 3000-300 & 3000-500 4. Yes, I'm grasping at straws.

Once again, I wish someone could take a peek in the service manual and tell us what's going on here. -- Robert Deininger Top dec 3000 300 crashing weblink It failed, sort of like your machine is failing. I don't know where the various components are located. According to the DECevent V3.4 Release Notes, the 600au is not listed, but AlphaStation 600 and AlphaStation 533au2 are listed, so that's as near as you can get.You can download DECevent

The machine passes the power-up tests fine. Provide feedback Please rate the information on this page to help us improve our content. There should be commands like MEMTEST and MEM_EXER (or similar).It may be preferable to run tests at the lowest possible level, if hardware problems are to be troubleshooted.Volker. 0 Kudos Willem navigate here The rejuvenation isn't complete yet.) Quote:> My errors don't exactly match what you posted, but they're in the ballpark.

The PALcode handles the exception. After the server was rebooted, the user observed errors in the system errlog indicating a "CPU Double Error Halt" had occured. T-ERR-MEM _ FAILED status = 20 test Init addr - 00200044 ?? 800 MEM 0x0020 PAL code is V5.56 64 mb MEM So if the memory is faulty, can

You can use ELV or DIAG to select MEMORY error entries.

Or buy another 3000 300 and use the first for spare parts. But why that crashed the CPU reemains a mistory to me, since these were correctable.Hope you can tell more. Its been interesting. If you mix 16 and 64 MB kits, you have to put the big ones in first. - Hide quoted text -- Show quoted text -> -- > Robert Deininger

Mchk_Error_Code x0000 0206 Machine Check Logout Frame Error Code Value[31:0] x206 Environmental Fatal or Non-Fatal ES4X_Logout_Frame_System_Section Environ_QW_1_ES40 x0000 0000 0000 0000 TIG SMIR Register Environ_QW_2_ES40 x0000 0000 0000 0000 TIG CPUIR If it fails a test, it should at least tell you which part is sick. (Though that requires the secret decoder ring in some cases.) -- Robert Deininger Booted the machine - and after some time it crashed on machinecheck 215* Swapped processor: 600Mhz to (original) 500Mhz - but that didn't help* Removed one bank so have 384Mb, but http://edvinfo.com/machine-check/machine-check-error-usb-boot.html Willem GrootersOpenVMS Developer & System Manager 0 Kudos Volker Halle Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate

Maybe it really is an OS problem, not a memory/cache problem. Here are the results: Christof, I found an obscure note in the firmware update instructions. Quote:> > Test mem > > T-STS-MEM - LLSC Test : Addr 00200000 FWD Wr 0000000 > > MCHK ID: 14 Logout Frame address: 00108060 > > exc_addr: 000ED784 bui_stat: 00000050 The point is it worked well for weeks and more or less, all of a sudden, the problem appeared.I need to do some hardware maintenance shortly so clening would be a

If I'm wrong, beat me with a bent floppy. (got scars from being wrong) Top dec 3000 300 crashing by Paul Repachol » Sun, 14 Jan 2001 13:32:07 If do get any then take Volker Halle up on his offer to look at them - he has very extensive crash dump & error log analysis experience. In this case, it's very unlikely that you find useful machine check information, as the PALcode typically does not create a MCHK LOGOUT FRAME.You could try and locate the MCHK LOGOUT