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Warning Yellow Light on P series

Warning Yellow Light on P series

Can anyone tell me how to reset the warning light on (yellow !) on the front of a p series? I know you do it somewhere in smit etc.... We switched an outlet on one of the power supplies and now it is stuck on.



RE: Warning Yellow Light on P series


/usr/lpp/diagnostics/bin/usysfault -s normal


RE: Warning Yellow Light on P series

And a thank you from me too!

RE: Warning Yellow Light on P series

Quick note - an IBM CE told me that anytime the AIX errpt of a P series machine has an entry then this light comes on.

I also heard that if the bootlist has cd0 in it that this causes the light to come on; however I can't confirm that.

To check the bootlist for normal and service mode do this....

# bootlist -m both -o

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