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Can you help me to find out what is the problem?

We have a power p770 (9117-MMB) and just a single LPAR is having issues with "UNEXPECTED SYSTEM HALT"

We already upgrade the AIX 6.1 TL to 6100-09-04-1441 because the recomendation was to upgrade at least to TL 06 and as you can see, the upgrade is newer than the recomendation.

I attached some files, please can you guys take a look to see what should we do to figure out what is happening?

Thank you


AIX 6.1 is out of support, it ended in April 2017.
Your AIX TL/SP, TL09 SP04, was released 3 years ago, week 41 of 2014.
Why was TL06 recommended, was an APAR identified, if so which one?
You might find a fix in the last AIX 6.1 release, 6100-09-09 released in April 2017.
Or you could update to a supported version and then with a software maintenance agreement IBM will identify a fix or even write one for you.
Or you could check out how to do it your self@

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