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System is halt and can't boot OS

How to fixing this probelm?
I have a probelm when installing aruba controller 7210. Power status is off and can't boot OS, command appears on the controller when i use console are :
 

Stage 1 Loader 1.0.2.0 (build 43722)
Built: 2014-05-13 at 10:07:14

Secure Boot Enabled on the Processor

Initialized I2C0 Controller.
Initialized I2C1 Controller.
SPD Rev:0x12 DIMM:0 Type:2 Speed:800MHz #Rank:1
DDR3: Node 0 Channel 0 Mem size = 2048 MB UDIMM
SPD Rev:0x12 DIMM:0 Type:2 Speed:800MHz #Rank:1
DDR3: Node 0 Channel 1 Mem size = 2048 MB UDIMM
SPD Rev:0x12 DIMM:0 Type:2 Speed:800MHz #Rank:1
DDR3: Node 0 Channel 2 Mem size = 2048 MB UDIMM
SPD Rev:0x12 DIMM:0 Type:2 Speed:800MHz #Rank:1
DDR3: Node 0 Channel 3 Mem size = 2048 MB UDIMM
Ref Clk @133MHz
DDR3: Node 0 DRAM frequency 800 MHz
DDR3: Node 0 CPU frequency 800 MHz
mtb_ps:125 clock:1250 trc:39 trcd:11 trp:11
AP3:A0CFFF0 ODTP1:10000
Board DDR VDD set to 1.5V.
N:0 CH:0 additional rdlvl rdly:1
N:0 Ch:0 m:32 s:32 R OK.
Rank:0 HW WLVL Passed Mask:1FF
AP3:A0CFFF0 ODTP1:10000
n:0 ch:0 RTT WR:0200
===N:0 Ch:0 m:32 s:32 RW OK.
Starting address/cmd align [4T..3T]
N:0 CH:0 SR ADDR/CMD:(B:00 E:5D 00) 2E
N:0 CH:0 MR ADDR/CMD:(00 7F 00) 3F
n:0 ch:0 addr mode:4T OK
N:0 CH:0 MR ADDR/CMD:(00 7F 00) 3F
n:0 ch:0 addr mode:3T OK
n:0 ch:0 addr mode:3T OK
Node:0 Ch:0 TGE Set Memory:2048 MB value:FF FF -- PASS
Node:0 Ch:0 TGE Set Memory:2048 MB value:FF 00 -- PASS
Node:0 Ch:0 TGE Set Memory:2048 MB value:AA 55 -- PASS
Node:0 Ch:0 TGE Set Memory:2048 MB value:00 00 -- PASS
mtb_ps:125 clock:1250 trc:39 trcd:11 trp:11
AP3:A0CFFF0 ODTP1:10000
Board DDR VDD set to 1.5V.
N:0 CH:1 additional rdlvl rdly:1
N:0 Ch:1 m:32 s:32 R OK.
Rank:0 HW WLVL Passed Mask:1FF
AP3:A0CFFF0 ODTP1:10000
n:0 ch:1 RTT WR:0200
===N:0 Ch:1 m:32 s:32 RW OK.
Starting address/cmd align [4T..3T]
N:0 CH:1 SR ADDR/CMD:(B:00 E:5E 00) 2F
N:0 CH:1 MR ADDR/CMD:(00 7F 00) 3F
n:0 ch:1 addr mode:4T OK
N:0 CH:1 MR ADDR/CMD:(00 7F 00) 3F
n:0 ch:1 addr mode:3T OK
n:0 ch:1 addr mode:3T OK
Node:0 Ch:1 TGE Set Memory:2048 MB value:FF FF -- FAIL
Node:0 Ch:1 TGE Set Memory:2048 MB value:FF 00 -- FAIL
Node:0 Ch:1 TGE Set Memory:2048 MB value:AA 55 -- FAIL
Node:0 Ch:1 TGE Set Memory:2048 MB value:00 00 -- FAIL

XLOAD ERROR:-1

Exception Error :
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EPC(CP0 No.14) : 0x00000000 (Failed Address)
Status(CP0 No.12) : 0x740000c4
Cause(CP0 No.13) : 0x40008078
TI(Internal Timer Interrupt)
IP7-0(Interrupt Pending) : 0x80
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
---------------
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
---------------
ExcCode(Exception Code) : 30
EPC(14) : 0x9fc0e220
BadVAddr(8) : 0x00000000
EBase(15.1) : 0x80000000
IntCtl(12.1) : 0xf8000000
EIRR(9.6) : 0x0000000000000080
CasheErr(27) : 0x00000000
ECC(26) : 0x00000000
ErrorEPC(30) : 0x9fc00750

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HALT HERE

Re: System is halt and can't boot OS

open a TAC case it will the quickest way to resolution
Pasquale Monardo | Senior Network Solutions Consultant
ACDX #420 | ACMP
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Re: System is halt and can't boot OS

let us know the outcome
Pasquale Monardo | Senior Network Solutions Consultant
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Re: System is halt and can't boot OS

Hi all, 

i just meet this error and i would like to ask got any solution about this error.I just upgrade firmware then reboot the contoller then system is halt....please help..thx

Guru Elite

Re: System is halt and can't boot OS

That is typically a hardware issue that should be addressed by TAC.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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New Contributor

Re: System is halt and can't boot OS

Hi,I just upgrade controller firmware Aruba os 6.4.4.3 to 6.4.4.9 only also
can make hardware faulty? Or got any reason to make hardware faulty?
Guru Elite

Re: System is halt and can't boot OS

Not that I know of, but TAC should be able to resolve it.  We would only be able to guess what has happened here...



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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