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Techgoober (TechnicalUser) (OP)
30 Apr 08 14:40
I have an Avaya Definity G3 ver.11 and I cannot remember how to clear the Major/Minor alarm message!!!

Can anyone help?

Jeff
phoneguy55 (Programmer)
30 Apr 08 15:00
That's not specific enough.  Ever alarm will have a different way to fix it.  Run 'disp er' for active alarms and we'll go from there.
mikeydidit (IS/IT--Management)
30 Apr 08 15:01
Not sure what you mean by "Messages" Techgoober. If you mean the alarms you have you will need to look them up (Or post them) to get the test procedures.


start with "disp err"

and then "disp ala"

The wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand. The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat. You pull the tail in New York, and it meows in Los Angeles. The wireless is the same, only without the cat.

Albert Einstein


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captainnick666 (TechnicalUser)
30 Apr 08 15:04
are you seeing this from the command line & it tells you that you have a major alarm & to logoff???

if so do cha sys main, change Alarm Origination to OSS Numbers to none, then put it back to what it was.
 
Techgoober (TechnicalUser) (OP)
30 Apr 08 15:14
There are 3 pages of alarms and 3 pages of errors...

Errors- 513, 1537, 1, 769, 257, 1301, 2305, 1793

mostly 513 errors

Various alarms..

is this any help at all?
mikeydidit (IS/IT--Management)
30 Apr 08 15:20
On the "disp ala" make major "Y"  minor "Y" and warning "n" . that will help narrow down the real problems and eliminate things like unplugged digital sets.  

The wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand. The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat. You pull the tail in New York, and it meows in Los Angeles. The wireless is the same, only without the cat.

Albert Einstein


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Techgoober (TechnicalUser) (OP)
30 Apr 08 15:23
Port 01  Cabinet  alarm type  minor
Techgoober (TechnicalUser) (OP)
30 Apr 08 15:28
Here is the exact actual line from the switch (which wrapped down)

01         CABINET     y             MINOR               02/18/00:53 00/00/00:00
 
mikeydidit (IS/IT--Management)
30 Apr 08 15:40
Disp err post the error codes that it is logging against that cabinet.

also run "newterm" and post that.  

The wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand. The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat. You pull the tail in New York, and it meows in Los Angeles. The wireless is the same, only without the cat.

Albert Einstein


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Techgoober (TechnicalUser) (OP)
30 Apr 08 15:44
The error against the cabinet...

01        CABINET           1     0     09/09/13:54 04/30/14:34 255 0   3   a  y

And newterm response...

System: G3siV11    Software Version: R011i.01.2.065.3
mikeydidit (IS/IT--Management)
30 Apr 08 16:05
CABINET (Cabinet Sensors)
MO Name As
It Appears in
Alarm Log
Alarm
Level
Initial System
Technician
Command to Run (a) Full Name of MO
CABINET MAJOR test environment P Cabinet Sensors
CABINET MINOR(b) test environment P Cabinet Sensors


a. Where P is an appropriate port network number determined via the Port
field from the Alarm or Error Log.
b. If a minor alarm occurs for a variable speed fan, the fan should be
checked for a dirty filter. If the filter is not dirty, the fan should be replaced.
NOTE:
CABINET is valid only in a multicarrier cabinet system. For information
concerning single-carrier cabinet systems, refer to the DC-POWER
(Single-Carrier Cabinet Power) Maintenance documentation.
Each multicarrier cabinet is equipped either with six non-variable speed fans or
with six variable speed fans.
Non-Variable Speed (Standard) Fan Option. A non-variable speed (standard)
fan is indicated by one of the following Product Codes: "ED67077 G1," "ED67077
G2," or "ED67077 G3." Multicarrier cabinets with non-variable speed fans contain
a fan speed control unit known as the AHD1 circuit pack. This circuit pack is
designed to keep the temperature within the cabinet below 65 0C (149 0F). Air is
drawn in by the three fans located in the front of the cabinet. The air is channeled
upwards through a filter, then through carriers A, B, and C and out the top of the
cabinet. Air is drawn in by the three fans located in the back of the cabinet as
well. The air is channeled down through a filter, then through carriers D and E
and out the bottom of the cabinet. The AHD1 circuit pack monitors five of the six
temperature sensors located throughout the multicarrier cabinet, and it uses the
output of these sensors to adjust fan speed and to report air flow problems. The
Maintenance/Tape Processor in a Standard system PPN, the Duplication
Interface circuit pack, a PPN for a High or Critical Reliability system, and the EPN
Maintenance circuit pack in an EPN multicarrier cabinet system directly monitor
the sixth sensor (S1) to report temperature problems. The Cabinet Sensors
maintenance object represents the air flow and temperature problems reported
by the AHD1 circuit pack and by the Maintenance/Tape Processor, the
Duplication Interface circuit pack, or the EPN Maintenance circuit pack in the
multicarrier cabinet systems.
The fans and the AHD1 circuit pack obtain their power from the -48 volt DC
power supply of the 631 DB DC power unit in the A carrier. In a PPN cabinet for a
High or Critical Reliability system, the 631 DB DC power unit in the B carrier can
also provide power to the fans. The power goes from the power unit(s) to the
MO Name As
It Appears in
Alarm Log
Alarm
Level
Initial System
Technician
Command to Run (a) Full Name of MO
CABINET MAJOR test environment P Cabinet Sensors
CABINET MINOR(b) test environment P Cabinet Sensors

The wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand. The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat. You pull the tail in New York, and it meows in Los Angeles. The wireless is the same, only without the cat.

Albert Einstein


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Techgoober (TechnicalUser) (OP)
30 Apr 08 16:17
Ok, so that makes absolutely no sense to me...

This is a single cabinet installation..

does this mean I have a dirty filter or fan?

should I just clear it and see if it comes back?

if so, how do I clear it? (So the red lights shut off on the receptionists phone)
Mitch672 (Vendor)
30 Apr 08 16:28
Yes, clean your FAN, take it outside and blow out the dust bunnies (which probably resemble dust buffalo by now).

once you put the filter back in, try a "test alarms clear", see if the CABINET alarms goes away.

mitch
 

AVAYA Certified Specialist
 

mikeydidit (IS/IT--Management)
30 Apr 08 16:46
Also make sure they are running. It could be either or both.  

The wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand. The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat. You pull the tail in New York, and it meows in Los Angeles. The wireless is the same, only without the cat.

Albert Einstein


For the best response to a question, read FAQ690-6594: How to ask the best questions and site policies
 
 
 

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