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SOFT PARITY ERROR IN LIM PROCESSOR MEMORY

SOFT PARITY ERROR IN LIM PROCESSOR MEMORY

(OP)
Hi all,

in my MD110 BC11 system i got a 111 SOFT PARITY ERROR IN LIM PROCESSOR MEMORY.

DATE TIME ALP NOIF UNIT EQU INF1 INF2
03MAR17 11:54:17 3 1 RMP 003-0-**-** 0 0
RDATE RTIME
03MAR17 11:54:17

What it means ? And what i can do ?

Thanks a lot, Michele

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RE: SOFT PARITY ERROR IN LIM PROCESSOR MEMORY

(OP)
Ok, googling around i followed this procedure:

http://www.pdn.ac.lk/doc/alex/20_15451-CNA103255Ue...

and i got:

<HIMDP;

DIAGNOSTICS FROM OPERATING SYSTEM

TIME DATE
09:37:03 06MAR17

NO INFORMATION STORED IN LIM 001, LAST HIREI: 12:52:46 22FEB17
NO INFORMATION STORED IN LIM 002, LAST HIREI: 12:52:47 22FEB17
DIAGNOSTICS FROM LIM 003, LAST HIREI: 12:52:47 22FEB17

TIME DATE ERROR CODE
07:35:12 06MAR17 H'41
INTER LIM SIGNAL LOST - MISMATCHING SEQUENCE NUMBER
BRANCHVALUE = 00005EFF
ENTER
SWSW B-LEVEL SIGNAL *************** (H'0000)
FROM ****** (H'000) EXE A IN LIM 013
TO ****** (H'000) EXE A IN LIM 003
NO DATA IN SIGNAL


TIME DATE ERROR CODE
11:54:33 03MAR17 H'14
JUMP TO ILLEGALSTATE
LOGICAL PROGRAM ERROR ADDRESS = 02014D28
BRANCHVALUE = 00000006
ENTER
SWSW B-LEVEL SIGNAL *************** (H'0000)
FROM PRP (H'004) EXE A IN LIM 003
TO FIP (H'04F) EXE A IN LIM 003
NUMBER OF DATA BYTES IN SIGNAL = 1
WITH 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
000 00

USER STACK DUMP
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
02 01 4D 0A 02 00 E8 42

TIME DATE ERROR CODE
11:54:18 03MAR17 H'52
SOFT PARITY ERROR
LOGICAL ERROR ADDRESS = 02069368
PHYSICAL ERROR ADDRESS = 0475B968

TIME DATE ERROR CODE
11:54:18 03MAR17 H'50
PARITY INTERRUPT
LOGICAL PROGRAM ERROR ADDRESS = 0880235C
LOGICAL ERROR ADDRESS = 02069368
PHYSICAL ERROR ADDRESS = 0475B968
ENTER
SWSW X-LEVEL SIGNAL MEMORYREADX (H'00D2)
FROM MCP (H'071) EXE A IN LIM 003
TO PRP (H'004) EXE A IN LIM 003
NUMBER OF DATA BYTES IN SIGNAL = 9
WITH 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
000 03 19 00 00 06 93 68 00 01


TIME DATE ERROR CODE
11:54:18 03MAR17 H'50
PARITY INTERRUPT
LOGICAL PROGRAM ERROR ADDRESS = 02000B22
LOGICAL ERROR ADDRESS = 02069368
PHYSICAL ERROR ADDRESS = 0475B968
ENTER
SWSW B-LEVEL SIGNAL *************** (H'0000)
FROM PRP (H'004) EXE A IN LIM 003
TO MCP (H'071) EXE A IN LIM 003
NUMBER OF DATA BYTES IN SIGNAL = 17
WITH 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
000 00 02 80 00 00 00 09 9A 00 00
010 09 9A 00 02 02 00 00

Learning arab language should be simpler smile

Michele

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RE: SOFT PARITY ERROR IN LIM PROCESSOR MEMORY

"Learning arab language should be simpler" Not true, I understand MD110 signals but Arabic is a mystery to me after years of exposure to it. I must admit that I put more effort into learning signalssmile

RE: SOFT PARITY ERROR IN LIM PROCESSOR MEMORY

Regarding your problem, ignore the HIMDP as the signals there are just indicators and the error codes point back to the fault handling for the 111 alarm. Follow the flow chart for the 111 alarm which you found on Google.

RE: SOFT PARITY ERROR IN LIM PROCESSOR MEMORY

(OP)
Thanks for your prompt reply. Following flow diagram, seems to be nothing dangerous. So, i clear errors log and waiting for another (hoping no) error. Luckly, there's no ext linked to that LIM.

Michele

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RE: SOFT PARITY ERROR IN LIM PROCESSOR MEMORY

Fingers crossed for a good result then smile

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