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[b]Help DS1 cards locking up?[/b]

[b]Help DS1 cards locking up?[/b]

[b]Help DS1 cards locking up?[/b]

I have a G3 V8i. at my Backup Center and in the past couple of months the DS1 cards (2 total) have locked up and I don't knkow why.  The only thing I have been able to do to get them back is to reboot the system (reset system 4).  When the DS1s are locked up the below Alarms show up, once the system is rebooted they go away.


Any of this make sence to anyone else?


RE: [b]Help DS1 cards locking up?[/b]

I see I still haven't figured ou how to bold the subject line.

RE: [b]Help DS1 cards locking up?[/b]


The manual is a little older than your version but close enough to get started. It looks to me like you have a lot deeper problems than the DS1 packs. If this were my switch I would work my way down in the alarm and error logs to fix this. To me it looks like you are loosing the duplication link between your a and b processors.

If you need more help wading through these post and we will try to help. But start with the major alarms and error codes to try to resolve those first and those may fix the other problems you have in that system.  

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