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(X3850)light path diagnostic Panel displays "bd" and "34" co

(X3850)light path diagnostic Panel displays "bd" and "34" co

(X3850)light path diagnostic Panel displays "bd" and "34" co

Hi All,

I have X3850 Server,Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3(Same as RHEL 5.3) is installed over it, and Oracle Database 11g as part of Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1.3 is running over this system.

Today i was shocked after there was noisy sound coming from the processor.
as system was running very slowly. I checked the Light path Diagnostic panel there was nothing indicating.But there was code "bd" is there on the dispaly segment of LPD. even this code existed for sometime and it was changing to "34". However i tried to check what these codes stands for.
As LPD Manual indicate code "bd" as SMI initialization and there is nothing there for code "34".

Please help me to resolve the above issue ASAP. As this is production system.

Hope somebody would help me out...


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