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Méthode pour faire disparaître l'alarme en façade d'un serveur AIX (une fois le problème résolu)

Taper diag

<UIRGS35-root- /home/root > diag
DIAGNOSTIC OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS  VERSION 5.3.9.1                                801001


LICENSED MATERIAL and LICENSED INTERNAL CODE - PROPERTY OF IBM
(C) COPYRIGHTS BY IBM AND BY OTHERS 1982, 2008.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

These programs contain diagnostics, service aids, and tasks for
the system.  These procedures should be used whenever problems
with the system occur which have not been corrected by any
software application procedures available.

In general, the procedures will run automatically.  However,
sometimes you will be required to select options, inform the
system when to continue, and do simple tasks.

Several keys are used to control the procedures:
- The Enter key continues the procedure or performs an action.
- The Backspace key allows keying errors to be corrected.
- The cursor keys are used to select an option.

Press the F3 key to exit or press Enter to continue.

Valider en appuyant sur 'Enter'.

FUNCTION SELECTION                                                                801002


Move cursor to selection, then press Enter.

  Diagnostic Routines
    This selection will test the machine hardware. Wrap plugs and
    other advanced functions will not be used.
  Advanced Diagnostics Routines
    This selection will test the machine hardware. Wrap plugs and
    other advanced functions will be used.
  Task Selection (Diagnostics, Advanced Diagnostics, Service Aids, etc.)
    This selection will list the tasks supported by these procedures.
    Once a task is selected, a resource menu may be presented showing
    all resources supported by the task.
  Resource Selection
    This selection will list the resources in the system that are supported
    by these procedures. Once a resource is selected, a task menu will
    be presented showing all tasks that can be run on the resource(s).

Choisir "Task Selection (Diagnostics, Advanced Diagnostics, Service Aids, etc.)"

TASKS SELECTION LIST                                                      801004


From the list below, select a task by moving the cursor to
the task and pressing 'Enter'.
To list the resources for the task highlighted, press 'List'.

  Run Diagnostics
  Run Error Log Analysis
  Run Exercisers
  Display or Change Diagnostic Run Time Options

  Add Resource to Resource List
  Automatic Error Log Analysis and Notification
  Backup and Restore Media
  Certify Media
  Change Hardware Vital Product Data
  Configure Dials and Lpfkeys
  Configure Platform Processor Diagnostics
  Configure Reboot Policy
  Delete Resource from Resource List
  Disk Maintenance
  Display Configuration and Resource List
  Display Firmware Device Node Information
  Display Hardware Error Report
  Display Hardware Vital Product Data
  Display Multipath I/O (MPIO) Device Configuration
  Display Previous Diagnostic Results
  Display Resource Attributes
  Display Service Hints
  Display Software Product Data
  Display USB Devices
  Display or Change Bootlist
  Format Media
  Gather System Information
  Hot Plug Task
  Identify and Attention Indicators
  Load ISO Image to Flashdrive
  Log Repair Action
  Microcode Tasks
  Periodic Diagnostics
  RAID Array Manager
  SCSD Tape Drive Service Aids
  SSA Service Aids
    This selection provides tools for diagnosing and resolving
    problems on SSA attached devices.
  Update Disk Based Diagnostics
  Update and Manage System Flash


F1=Help             F4=List             F10=Exit            Enter
F3=Previous Menu

Choisir "Identify and Attention Indicators"

IDENTIFY AND ATTENTION INDICATORS                                         802930

Make selection(s), use Commit to continue.

  Set ALL Identify Indicators to NORMAL
  Set System Attention Indicator to NORMAL
A U789C.001.DQD0783
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C1
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C2
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C3
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C4
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C5
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C7
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C8
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C11
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C12
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C13
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C14
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C15
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C16
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C17
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P1-C18
  U789C.001.DQD0783-P2
  U789C.001.DQD0783-E1
  U789C.001.DQD0783-E2
  U789C.001.DQD0783-A1
  U789C.001.DQD0783-A2
  U789C.001.DQD0783-A3
  U789C.001.DQD0783-A4


F1=Help             F4=List             F7=Commit           F10=Exit
F3=Previous Menu

Les lignes avec un "A" correspondent aux alarmes.

Choisir "Set System Attention Indicator to NORMAL". A ce moment-là, un "+" se met devant :

+ Set System Attention Indicator to NORMAL

Appuyer sur "F7". Ensuite, aller sur chaque ligne en alarme, valider et appuyer sur F7. Le "A" devant les lignes en alarme doit disparaître.

Normalement, l'alarme en façade doit avoir disparu.