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Unknown system restart reason code

Unknown system restart reason code

Unknown system restart reason code

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I need some help. Yesterday our Octel 350 unexpectedly restarted. I see in the status log when it rebooted, but I haven't been able to find the reason code. Any help would be appreciated. Status log posted below.

*** System Restarted
>>> INVESTIGATE SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT
00000   1CC09500 00000000 00002B5F 5BD40100   
00010   41623351 5BD40041 7EC64700            

Boot character:
41= 41 Booted with A (normal boot process)

Reason code
62= This code is unknown


Thanks.
Steve

RE: Unknown system restart reason code

This is the restart or reboot status code.  What errors do you have before this error?  That would probably give you more information.  

The 62 is probably a 60 and a 02.  60 means that the system could not write the dump record, and the 02 is a system interrupt error.  

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