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FAQ-In Which Cases Is the Alarm 'EEPROM Failure' Generated on the ME60

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  61 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
In which cases is the alarm "EEPROM Failure" generated on the ME60? 
 Level             Date                 Time                Info
Error            09-02-04       16:12:30       SlotID11,EEPROM7 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:12:28       SlotID11,EEPROM6 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:12:25       SlotID11,EEPROM5 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:12:23       SlotID11,EEPROM4 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:12:20       SlotID11,EEPROM3 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:12:17       SlotID11,EEPROM2 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:10:43       SlotID10,EEPROM7 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:10:34       SlotID10,EEPROM5 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:10:31       SlotID10,EEPROM4 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:10:24       SlotID10,EEPROM2 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:09:52       SlotID9,EEPROM2 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:09:43       SlotID9,EEPROM4 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:09:40       SlotID9,EEPROM5 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:09:21       SlotID9,EEPROM7 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:05:22       SlotID1,EEPROM5 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:05:19       SlotID1,EEPROM4 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:05:16       SlotID1,EEPROM3 failure
Error            09-02-04       16:05:13       SlotID1,EEPROM2 failure
Alarm Information

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Handling Process
A:
An EEPROM is used to store the manufacture information of boards, and not all addresses in the EEPROM contain the manufacture information of the boards. When the disp boardinfo slotid x eeprom y command is used to read the manufacture information of boards, the alarm "eeprom failure or no exist" is generated if no address in the EEPROM contains the manufacture information of boards.1. For an SFU, only address 0 in the EEPROM contains the manufacture information of boards. If address 0 does not contain any manufacture information of boards, the alarm is generated when the disp boardinfo slotid x eeprom y command is run to read the manufacture information of boards.
2. For an LPU, only addresses 0, 1, 6, and 7 in the EEPROM contain the manufacture information of boards. The alarm is generated when the disp boardinfo slotid x eeprom y command is used to read the manufacture information of boards contained in addresses 2, 3, 4, and 5.
3. For an SRU, only addresses 0, 1, 3, and 6 in the EEPROM contain the manufacture information of boards. The alarm is generated when the disp boardinfo slotid x eeprom y command is used to read the manufacture information of boards contained in addresses 2, 4, 5, and 7.
When the SMU is registered, the alarm cannot be restored or deleted even if the information in the EEPROM is invalid. After the LPU is registered again after being reset, the alarm information on the SMU can be cleared. 
 In this case, the alarm cannot be deleted through the related command. To clear the alarm, reset the board. 
Root Cause
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Suggestions

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