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Warning Yellow Light on P seriesHelpful Member!(2) 

STF26 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
30 Mar 04 9:57
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.

Thanks

STF
Helpful Member!(2)  unixfreak (ISP)
30 Mar 04 10:12

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

Cheers
KenCunningham (TechnicalUser)
31 Mar 04 3:36
And a thank you from me too!
sallopez (MIS)
6 Apr 04 15:15
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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