HPIPFTRAP-MIB

File: HPIPFTRAP-MIB.mib (566082 bytes)

Imported modules

RFC1155-SMI RFC1213-MIB RFC-1212
RFC-1215

Imported symbols

enterprises DisplayString OBJECT-TYPE
TRAP-TYPE

Defined Values

hp 1.3.6.1.4.1.11
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

nm 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.2
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

hpnsa 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.2.23
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

hpIpfE0Events 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.2.23.35
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

hpIpf02Events 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.2.23.45
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

hpIpfEvtDetailStr 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.2.23.35.1
This string provides a detailed description of the Event along with variable information.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

hpevtBadOsInitChecksum 5001
The OS has registered an OS_INIT vector, but is has not passed the checksum
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBadOsMcaChecksum 5002
The OS has registered an OS_MCA vector, but it has not passed the checksum
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootBmcFailed 5003
The BMC has failed testing and has been disabled.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellLaunchEfiFailure 5010
SFW failed to launch EFI
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellMonSelFailure 5011
Monarch selection has failed. Data: 0x11 = Calibration Failure 0x22 = Select Code Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellMonarchCollision 5013
Monarch Collision has occurred
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellVirtualizeEfiFailure 5023
SFW attempted to virtualize EFI and failed
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellVirtualizePalFailure 5025
SFW was unable to virtualize PAL
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellVirtualizeSalFailure 5027
SFW was unable to virtualize SAL
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellVirtualizeSalprocFailure 5028
SFW was unable to virtualize SALPROC
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuConfigFail 5030
SFW has failed initializing the CPU Struct. Data: Physical location of CPU that produced failure
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuEarlyConfigFail 5031
A CPU has failed early config.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuEarlyTestFail 5033
A CPU has failed early self test. Data: PAL Test State.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuFailed 5034
SFW has detected that a CPU has failed. Data: The Physical Location of the CPU that failed
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuLateTestFail 5036
SFW has determined a CPU or Memory has failed late test. This could be related to a CPU error or a Correctable Single Bit Memory error. Data: Physical location of CPU See Cause/Action.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuLateTestInsufficientMem 5037
The CPU late test has failed because of insufficient memory
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootEfiAllocateError 5040
Could not allocate memory for EFI image
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootEfiImageCorrupt 5041
EFI image is corrupted
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootEfiNotInFit 5042
EFI fit error
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootEfiNvmFail 5045
EFI NVM has failed testing. The cell or system will now halt.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootEfiRomBadSize 5048
EFI Image Error
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootEfiRomXsumError 5049
EFI Image Error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootExtIntNestLimitedExceeded 5050
The IVT interrupting nesting depth has been exceeded. This processor will be halted. Data: Number of the offending vector.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootExtIntNotServiced 5051
An external interrupt has been requested and not serviced. Data: Number of the vector
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootExtIntTaken 5052
An external interrupt has been taken. Data: Number of the vector taken.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFplFailed 5053
Access to the FPL has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootGetPsrFailure 5054
SFW was unable to read the CPU PSR. Data: Physical location of CPU
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootHaltCell 5055
SFW has halted the cell or system
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootIncompatiblePal 5056
SFW has determined that PAL is not compatible with the current processors.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootIncompatibleSlave 5057
SFW has determined that a slave processor is incompatible with the monarch. Data: Physical location of the incompatible processor.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootIntrptClearFailure 5058
Interrupt clear failed during cell config
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootIpmiEventFailed 5059
SFW has determined that an IPMI event failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootIvtOffset 5060
Data: interrupt vector table (IVT) Offset
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootLdbStateBad 5063
LDB state bad
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootLostContextInt 5064
Interrupt context was lost. Data: interrupt number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMinStateRegError 5065
Registering of the processor min state save area with PAL has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMonarchTimeout 5067
SFW has determined the monarch has timed out. SFW is deconfiguring the CPU. Data: Physical Location of CPU
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootNoPalBInFit 5069
A PAL_B FIT error has occurred
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootNoSalBInFit 5070
A SAL_B FIT error has occurred
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootNvmFail 5073
NVM has failed test. The system will halt
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOutOfRangeVector 5076
A interrupt vector has been requested out of the acceptable range. Data: Vector Number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPalCopyInfoError 5077
The PAL Copy Info call has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPalCopyPalError 5078
Error copying PAL to memory
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPalProcFailure 5079
A PAL Proc has failed. This will halt the processor. Data: Physical Location of CPU
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPlatConsoleDevFailed 5080
A console device has failed. Data: Physical Addr of device that failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPlatIntfcDevFailed 5081
A console device has failed. Data: Physical Addr of device that failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPlatScrBad 5082
Platform Scratch RAM has failed the test.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootRendezFailure 5083
A CPU has failed to enter rendezvous. Data: Local CPU Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSalExtractError 5084
SFW could not extract SAL_B from the ROM
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootScrFail 5085
Platform Scratch RAM has failed test.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSelFull 5087
IPMI SEL full
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSlaveNoFinalWakeupVector 5091
No wakeup vector registered for processor Data: Physical location of CPU
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSlaveRendezHandlerFail 5092
Slave Rendezvous handler has failed. Data: Physical Location of CPU
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSmbiosBuildError 5098
SFW failed to build the SMBIOS tables
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootTrapNestLimitedExceeded 5100
The trap nesting limit has been exceeded. Data: Vector Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootTrapNotServiced 5101
A trap has been requested and not serviced. Data: Vector Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootTrapTaken 5102
A trap has been taken. Data: Number of the vector taken.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootUnclearedInt 5103
At least one interrupt was not cleared. Data: The highest pending interrupt number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootUnexpectedExtIntPostRedirTable 5104
An unexpected external interrupt has occurred. Data: External Interrupt Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootUnexpectedIntPreRedirTable 5105
An interrupt has occurred before setting up the Interrupt Vector Table. Data: Interrupt Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootUnexpectedMca 5106
An unexpected MCA has occurred before MCAs are unmasked. Data: Local CPU Number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootUnexpectedTrapPostRedirTable 5107
An unexpected trap has occurred. The trap number is either invalid or the requested trap has not been registered. Data: Trap Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootUnknownFailure 5108
SFW has detected an unknown error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrorsPalFailure 5118
SFW has detected a PAL Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtExpMcNotRegistered 5119
Expected Machine Check Vector not registered
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInitInitiated 5121
This is the equivalent of a TOC event in the PA RISC Architecture. On IPF systems, this event is called an INIT. This event can be triggered by the 'tc' command from the MP, or from the button labeled 'TOC' :wor 'Transfer of Control' on the Management card or bezel of the system. There are also other causes of an INIT generated by software. Data: Local CPU Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoCheckLbaMissingErr 5123
An I/O host bridge is missing. Firmware will continue boot and display the following EFI warning, 'Unexpected hardware I/O configuration.' Data Field: Physical location of the missing I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoCheckNumSlotsErr 5124
Firmware detected an unexpected number of I/O slots connected to an I/O host bridge. Firmware display the following EFI warning message, 'Unexpected hardware I/O configuration.' Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoCheckRopeWidthErr 5125
Firmware found an I/O controller rope of unexpected width. Firmware will configure the I/O host bridge connected to the rope and display the following EFI warning message, 'Unexpected hardware I/O configuration.' Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge connected to the rope.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoCheckXtraLbaFoundErr 5127
Firmware found an unexpected I/O host bridge. Firmware will configure the I/O host bridge and display the following EFI warning message, 'Unexpected hardware I/O configuration.' Data Field: Physical location of the unexpected I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDllError 5130
An I/O host bridge's bus frequency DLL circuit failed. Firmware will deconfigure the failed I/O host bridge and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoHotPlugCtrlFailed 5131
An I/O host bridge's hot-plug controller has failed. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O host bridge and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoInvalidRopeBundle 5132
Firmware attempts to configure an I/O controller rope to an unsupported width. Firmware will deconfigure any I/O host bridge connected to the rope. Data Field: Physical location of the failed rope.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaClearErrFailed 5133
During I/O host bridge configuration, firmware found a persistent error condition. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O host bridge and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaResetError 5136
An I/O host bridge is inaccessible because an I/O controller rope reset failed to complete. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O host bridge and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoNotEnoughPowerError 5137
There is insufficient power. Firmware will not power on a hot-plug I/O slot. In addition, firmware will display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Date Field: Physical location of the I/O slot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPciMappingFailed 5138
Firmware encountered an unexpected error while attempting to configure an I/O host bridge's I/O devices. Firmware will continue boot but will not configure the I/O devices connected to the specified I/O host bridge. Such I/O devices will not be usable as console nor boot devices but might be usable by the O/S. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPciMappingTooBig 5139
The total resource requirement from the I/O devices connected to an I/O host bridge exceeds the resource limit of the I/O host bridge. Firmware will continue boot but will not configure the I/O devices connected to the specified I/O host bridge. In addition, firmware will display the following EFI warning message, 'Insufficient resources to assign to one or more I/O devices.' Such I/O devices will not be usable as console nor boot devices but might be usable by the O/S. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPciUnmappingFailed 5140
Firmware encountered an unexpected error while attempting to clear resource allocations on an I/O host bridge's I/O devices. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPcixcapSampleError 5141
An I/O host bridge failed to determine the appropriate PCI[X] mode and frequency (PCI, PCI-X 66 MHz, PCI-X 133 MHz, etc.) for its bus. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O host bridge and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the failed I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPmNotRespondingError 5142
Firmware is unable to access the power monitor. Firmware will assume that there is sufficient power and proceed to power on an I/O slot. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O slot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoRopeResetError 5143
An I/O controller rope reset did not complete within the expected time limit. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O host bridge attached to the rope. Data Field: Physical location of the deconfigured I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaClearErrFailed 5144
During I/O chipset configuration, firmware found a persistent error condition. Firmware will attempt to continue the boot. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O chipset.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSlotPowerDefaultError 5145
During boot, firmware has found a hot-plug I/O slot with an incorrect default power state. The slot power should be off by default. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O slot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSlotPowerOnError 5146
Firmware encountered an error while attempting to power on an I/O slot. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O slot and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the I/O slot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSlotStandbyPowerError 5147
An I/O slot's standby (Vaux) power has failed. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O slot and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the failed I/O slot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoUnknownPcixcapVal 5148
An I/O host bridge or hot-plug controller reported an illegal PCI[X] bus mode for its bus or slot, respectively. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O host bridge or I/O slot and display the following EFI warning, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the failed I/O host bridge or the failed I/O slot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoUnsupRopeFreq 5149
Firmware attempted to configure an I/O controller rope to an unsupported frequency. Firmware will deconfigure any I/O host bridge connected to the rope and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the failed rope.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoUnsupportedLba 5150
Firmware has found an unsupported I/O host bridge type. Firmware will deconfigure the I/O host bridge and display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcInitiated 5152
A Machine Check has been initiated
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMdtConstructAreaBad 5155
There has been a problem building the Memory Data Table (MDT).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMdtLmmioEntryNotFound 5156
There has been a problem building the Memory Data Table (MDT).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMdtPageZeroBad 5157
Memory page 0 was slated for deallocation in the PDT. EFI cannot launch with page 0 bad, so the system will halt.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMdtUnableToFindSpace 5158
There has been a problem building the Memory Data Table (MDT).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMediaFailure 5159
There has been a media failure.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemBibRegFailure 5160
Indicates that the chipset register test has failed. The data field contains the physical address of the failing register.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemCacheLine0WrRdFailed 5161
After FW's first access to main memory, FW detected that the CEC logged an error after reading back what was just written.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmLoadOrderErr 5171
A DIMM that is required to be loaded in order for this DIMM to function properly is not loaded, so FW will deallocate this DIMM. Currently, none of the platforms require any DIMMs to be loaded in order for this DIMM to work properly.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmSpdChecksum 5172
The DIMM specified by the physical location has an SPD EEPROM that has a bad checksum. The Data field is the physical location of the DIMM.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmSpdFatal 5173
Detected a error in DIMM SPD
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmTypeIncompatible 5174
A DIMM was installed whose DIMM type is not compatible with the current set of supported DIMMs for this platform.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmTypeMismatch 5175
The DIMM type of this DIMM is not the same as the other DIMMs in the same group. The group of DIMMs is deallocated. If this is the last active group of DIMMs in the system, the system is halted.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmTypeTableFull 5176
The DIMM type table is full
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDmtEntryNotFound 5179
An entry for the DIMM was not found in the DMT table. The data field contains the DMT entry that the caller wanted to find (in Dimm number format, which is 2 bytes, upper byte is the extender number, lower byte is the chip select of the rank caller is looking for.)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemEccMbeDataTstFailed 5180
The FW selftest of CEC multi-bit error (MBE) detection has failed. The upper 32 bits of the data field contain the Dword offset within the cacheline of the failed MBE detection. The lower 32 bits are split in two, and they contain the bit numbers within the Dword that were flipped in order to cause an MBE.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemEccMbeSignalTstFailed 5181
The FW selftest of CEC multi-bit error (MBE) signaling has failed. The upper 32 bits of the data field contain the Dword offset within the cacheline of the failed MBE detection. The lower 32 bits are split in two, and they contain the bit numbers within the Dword that were flipped in order to cause an MBE.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemEccSbeDataTstFailed 5182
The FW selftest of CEC single-bit error (SBE) detection has failed. The data field contains the bit within the Dword that was flipped that caused the CEC to not see an SBE.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemEccSbeEccTstFailed 5183
The FW selftest of CEC single-bit error (SBE) detection has failed. The data field contains the bit within the Dword that was flipped that caused the CEC to not see an SBE.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemEnoughMemFailed 5185
Memory FW detected errors below 1MB. FW will not allow boot in this case, so memory FW will reinterleave and retest.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemErrAddrNotInMbat 5186
Memory FW could not figure out which rank maps to the physical address specified in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemErrClearFail 5187
Memory FW was unable to clear the platform error logs on the CEC. The Datafield contains the error status of the CEC.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemErrLogFailedToClear 5189
Memory FW was unable to clear the platform error logs on the CEC. The Datafield contains the error status of the CEC.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemErrorRegClearFailure 5190
The Error registers in the CEC have failed to clear. The data field contains the error status of the CEC after the attempted clear.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemExtFatalLoadOrdErr 5191
A DIMM that is required to be loaded in order for this DIMM to function properly is not loaded, so FW will deallocate this DIMM. Currently, none of the platforms require any DIMMs to be loaded in order for this DIMM to work properly.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemFirmwareProb 5193
An error occurred that memory FW does not know how to handle.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemInterleaveCodeFailure 5199
The memory interleaving code failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemMainMemFailed 5202
FW was unable to create a memory configuration with no errors in low memory to hand off to EFI.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemMbeInRank 5204
A series of MEM_MBE_IN_RANK chassis code will be sent when an error is detected by firmware. The data fields will contain information on the error based on the data type as follows: Physical Location - location of dimm(s) in error; Physical Address - address affect by error; Syndrome - Firmware generated ECC syndrome that can be used to further isolate the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemMcRegFailure 5205
The chipset's memory controller failed the register test. The data field contains the address of the register that failed selftest.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemNoDimmsInstalled 5208
Memory Discovery could not detect any DIMMs installed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemNoMemFound 5209
FW could not continue because there are no valid memory ranks loaded.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemPdtDisabledHalt 5211
The PDT has been disabled, and FW found memory errors during selftest. This is a stopboot condition. Also, the PDT will never be disabled in customer systems, so this event should never be seen in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemPdtDisabledWarning 5212
An event indicating that the user has the PDT disabled on this boot. The PDT will never be disabled in customer systems, so this event should never be seen in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemPdtNvmErr 5214
Error writing entry into the PDT.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemPdtTableFull 5216
An attempt was made to add an entry to a full PDT. The entry is not added, and this event is sent.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemPlatformInitFailure 5218
Memory FW was unable to save or restore the original error configuration (including CEC error log and signal enable and CPU ECC detection). This event should never be seen in the field unless there is a FW problem
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemRankEntryNotFound 5219
The rank structure that corresponds to the rankID in the data field could not be found in the Rank table. The Data field is the rankID of the structure it is looking for. This error event should never be seen.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemTestExcessMcBits 5237
More than one error type was detected when only one error type was expected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemTestFwdProgBitsInvalid 5238
The forward progress bits that memory FW uses to track state are invalid. The data field is the fwd progress field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemTestStatusBitsInvalid 5244
The memory error status has bits set in it that indicate another non-memory error occurred. The data field contains the CEC's error status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemTestSummaryBitsInvalid 5245
The memory test summary bits are invalid. The data field is the test summary bits.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemUnexpectedMca 5248
Memory rank shadowing has been selected but is not supported by the revision of the memory controller.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemWarnDistributionCheckBypass 5250
The control bit to skip the DIMM distribution check is set and the DIMM distribution check was skipped. This bit should only be done in the factory and not in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemWarnLoadingOrderBypass 5252
The control bit to skip the DIMM loading order check is set and the DIMM loading order check was skipped. This bit should only be done in the factory and not in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemWarnLoopOnDestTest 5253
The control bit to loop on destructive memory test is set and the destructive memory tests are run continuously. This bit should only be done in the factory and not in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemWarnSetCheckBypass 5255
The control bit to skip the DIMM set check is set and the DIMM set check was skipped. This bit should only be done in the factory and not in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemWarnSpdBypass 5256
The control bit to skip the DIMM SPD check is set and the checking of the DIMM SPD was skipped. This bit should only be done in the factory and not in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemWarnUsingAltConfig 5257
The control bit to load an alternate memory configuration is set and an alternate memory configuration has been loaded. This bit should only be set in the factory and not in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOsInitNotRegistered 5260
The OS_INIT vector has not been registered
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOsMcaNotRegistered 5263
The OS_MCA vector has not been registered
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOsMcaUncorrectedMc 5264
An Uncorrected Machine Check has occurred
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhMiscRegFail 5266
A PDH register has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSalCheckUnknownFail 5268
The handler for SAL_CHECK has failed for an unknown reason.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSalInitUnknownFail 5270
The handler for SAL_INIT has failed for an unknown reason.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUndefinedSmcInterleaveErr 5278
Indicates that FW encountered a Fatal interleaving error. The data field contains the return status from the interleaving procedure call.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnexpectedRetToSalCheck 5279
Unexpected return to SAL_CHECK.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnexpectedRetToSalInit 5280
The SFW TOC vector (SAL_INIT) has been unexpectedly returned to.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFwInstalledCpuDegraded 5335
Firmware is adding a device tree node for a CPU that is degraded in functionality. The cpu should not be trusted and will not be active in the system.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdRendezTreeError 5354
Firmware was unable to locate a required element in the device tree and cannot create a partition. The resource that cannot be located is listed as an ansi string in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdCellConfigError 5359
The currently executing cell is not configured to be part of the cell set it is attempting to rendezvous with.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdRemoteCsrReadError 5360
The current cell could not read a remote cells CSR. The remote cell number is displayed in the data field. These cells will not be able to rendezvous.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdCellLateForRendez 5361
The currently executing cell arrived too late to rendezvous with the other cells described in the complex profile as cells it should rendezvous with.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdIncompatibleCpuTypes 5365
The currently executing cell detected CPUs that are incompatible with it to be installed on a cell that the current cell is trying to rendezvous with.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdCellLateLocalRendezSet 5366
The current cell was too slow creating the local rendezvous set and the other cells have left it behind. It will not be able to participate in the remainder of the rendezvous. The data field is unused, but the cell emitting this event is the one too late to rendezvous.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellNotInGlobalSet 5376
The reporting cell was not included in the final global set that was agreed upon. This means that another cell either could not reach the reporting cell or the reporting cell was too late arriving to a required state.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNoViableCoreCellInPd 5380
No cells in the PD can be a core cell. This is fatal.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrorPromotingCoreCell 5383
System Firmware was unable to notify utilities of the selected core cell number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricNoServiceProviders 5403
The fabric code is unable to find a service provider for a required banyan service.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricPortError 5404
The fabric port specified in the data field had an error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricReadError 5405
An error occurred reading a CSR. The CSR address is displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricWriteError 5406
Error writing to Fabric. CSR data in data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcSlicesHwVersionDiffer 5407
Incompatible crossbar slices are installed The data field is the two revisions reported by slice1 and slice0 of the CSR data. Bits [31:0] slice0 revision Bits [63:32] slice1 revision
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcSlicesInDiffLocation 5408
Crossbar slices are in different locations. The data field is the two locations reported by slice1 and slice0 of the CSR data.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMonarchTakeover 5411
A CPU has taken over as the monarch CPU.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDeadSram 5416
SRAM cannot be accessed on the cell board. Execution cannot continue.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDeadDillon 5417
The PDH Arbiter component/chip cannot be located or used.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDeadPdhHw 5418
A required piece of PDH bus hardware cannot be contacted.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPciBusMixedSpeeds 5419
The physical location of the PCI controller with mixed speeds is displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPciBusDepthExceeded 5420
During walking of the IO busses, the maximum depth was exceeded. This is a hardware configuration problem. The data field contains the physical location.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtlotimeout 5432
A Timeout occurred during RI initialization. The CSR is in the data field. The alert level will vary.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoBuswalkSuperio 5438
SuperIO has been detected in the PCI slot displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaCorrDataParityErr 5440
IO Link Software error was corrected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaFatalDataParityErr 5442
Parity error in Reg FIFO Internal parity error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaUncFunctionErr 5443
TLB Fetch timeout.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaFatalFunctionErr 5444
Link presence goes away, FE.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaFatalParityErr 5445
LBA to SBA parity error on command, rope will go fatal.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaFatalMapErr 5446
Access to invalid TLB entry Requesting rope fatal.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaFatalTimeoutErr 5447
Memory Fetch Timeout.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaInitErr 5448
An error was encountered when initing the rope number specified in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaCorrTimeoutErr 5449
LBA correctable timeout error was encountered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaUncFunctionErr 5450
LBA uncorrectable Function Error was encountered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaUncTimeoutErr 5451
LBA uncorrectable Timeout Error was encountered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaMiscUncErr 5452
Misc uncorrectable error discovered on LBA.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaUncParityErr 5453
LBA encountered an uncorrectable parity error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaMiscFatalErr 5454
LBA misc. Fatal Error encountered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaFatalFunctionErr 5455
LBA Fatal function error encountered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaFatalParityErr 5456
LBA Fatal Parity error encountered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLbaFatalTimeoutErr 5457
LBA Fatal timeout error encountered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDevAdapterMiscUncErr 5458
Misc Uncorrectable Error encountered on the card specified in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDevAdapterMiscFatalErr 5459
Misc fatal error was discovered on the PCI card specified in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmSpdExtendedChecksum 5464
The calculated and compared Checksums of the SPD EEPROM don't match.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOptsHdrCksumError 5467
The Options component encountered a header checksum error. The actual data is in the data field of the chassis code.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOptsDataCksumError 5468
The Options service data had a bad checksum. Actual data is in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemIntlvWaysMismatch 5473
Internal inconsistency in the interleave tables.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemUnintlvdMemory 5474
The CellInfoList is not null and was expected to be. There has been an error in interleaving.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemNoMemoryDesc 5478
Error in constructing the Memory Descriptor.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemUpdateLocalCellFailed 5479
Unable to update the local memory layout.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemPdtAddrNotFound 5483
A required address was not found within a mapped address in the PDT.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemPdtInstallFail 5485
Failure to install a partition level PDT. Errors prevented it.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnusableResource 5490
A critical resource that is required early in the initialization process either could not be found, or was unusable. The specific resource is specified in the data field as follows: Platform Parameters Component not found in FIT: 0xdead0001; SRAM_BASE not found in platform parms: 0xdead0002; SRAM_SIZE not found in Platform Parms: 0xdead0003; firmware framework not found in the fit: 0xdead0004; Framework Segment not usable: 0xdead0005; bad NVRAM: 0xdead0006; PDH Arbiter unusable: 0xdead0007; SRAM unusable: 0xdead0008; CPU unusable: 0xdead0009; Options Component Unusable: 0xdead000a; Real Time Clock unusable: DEAD_RTC; Unknown: 0xdead0086
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFwError 5491
An internal firmware error was encountered. This is usually caused by a bad parameter passed to a function, corrupt memory, corrupt malloc tables or something similar. The data field contains the IP address of the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramDataCmpError 5492
NVRAM failed with a data compare error. 3 chassis codes will be sent. The first one will have the expected data and the second the actual data and the third one will be the address.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramCrcError 5493
An NVRAM CRC Error was detected. There will always be 2 chassis codes sent. The first one will give the expected data and the second the actual data.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErm 5494
Get Error Response Mode has been called. The first 8 bytes of the response mode string are displayed in the data field and must be converted to ASCII from the hex values.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrorObtainingSemaphore 5496
The required semaphore could not be obtained due to errors. The data field contains the IP of the routine trying to obtain the semaphore. A request was placed for more NVRAM to be allocated but NVRAM was full.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramBlockRevMismatch 5498
The NVRAM block requested has an unexpected revision. This chassis code will be emitted in pairs. The first one will contain the expected revision number, the second will contain the actual revision number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramBlockNotFound 5499
The requested NVRAM block was not found. The ID that was not found is displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramBlockLocked 5500
The block id specified in the data field is locked.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramBlockUnlocked 5501
Firmware tried to unlock a NVRAM block that was already unlocked. Data field contains the block ID.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramHeaderNotFound 5502
The header in the NVRAM space was not found.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvmFreelistCorrupt 5503
The Freelist used vor Non-Volatile Memory allocation is corrpt.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtResetForReconfig 5505
System firmware has detected a condition that requires the cell to be reset for reconfiguration. The function has been called and is now executing. Data field contains the cell number being reset.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdRendezUtilityError 5507
During PD rendezvous, system firmware encountered a problem sending commands to the utilities system. This will prevent a fully functional PD from being created.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHalt 5509
System Firmware has determined that cell or system progress must be halted. The data field contains the Instruction Pointer of the function that called for the halt. The second instance of this code being emitted indicates the major state in system change. This code must be emitted in pairs.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDuiNoConsole 5510
The DUI (Developers User Interface) was entered, but there is no console available for the interface.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrorProcFailed 5511
During Error processing and reporting, an error was detected that prevented further processing of errors. The data field contains an ASCII message indicating the problem.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtReconfigResetFail 5514
System firmware is unable to complete the request to reset the cell for reconfiguration. Typically, are required step has not been performed yet or a needed resource is unavailable.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdErrorReachableSet 5515
The cell was not able to reach all the other cells in its configured set through the fabric. The data field contains the bitmask of actual cells that were reached.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoBridgeDepthExceeded 5518
Firmware detected a PCI-to-PCI bridge that exceeds the maximum supported bridge depth. Firmware will not configure I/O devices below the maximum bridge depth. Such I/O devices will not be usable as console nor boot devices but might be usable by the O/S. Data Field: PCI function address of the bridge that exceeded the maximum depth limit. Bits 24..31: segment number Bits 16..23: bus number Bits 11..15: device number Bits 8..10: function number Bits 0..7: reserved (0)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiConsoleDriverError 5521
Debugging event, not for release. This event is no longer used on Everest/xPeak systems but its event ID is still contained in the code base.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemTestCodeInPage0Corrupt 5525
This event is unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtRemoteCellStateUnknown 5527
The reporting cell read an unknown state from a remote cell. This chassis code will be emitted in pairs. The first one indicating the cell number in the data field and the second code indicating the state read in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMltplCoreCells 5528
The reporting Cell thinks that it should be the core cell but has discovered another cell in the same PD that thinks it should be the core cell. This is a serious problem.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUtilSendCommandError 5529
The utilities system firmware component received an error response from the SINC in response to a command being sent. The exact error is displayed in the data field. Typically, this can occur when the SINC cannot talk to the MP.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUtilCellSlotError 5530
System Firmware issued the Retrieve Cell Slot State command to the Sync and got an error back. See related chassis code or the specifics of the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcCellRendezFailed 5546
This denotes the fact that all the cpus in the cell did not rendezvous.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcNoAccessToPd 5547
This chassis code indicates that the cell does not have any access to a PD.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcLossOfLockstep 5548
This indicates the cell would not be able to join the other cells in the PD level rendezvous. The data portion represents the cell id of the cell that incurred the loss of lockstep.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcPdCellRendezFailed 5550
This indicates that some of the cells did not show up during the PD level rendezvous.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcProcErrHalt 5556
This indicates that catastrophic errors have been found in the PIN block of the cell controller. The cell needs to be reset/ halt.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcCellMonarchTimeout 5557
This means that the cell monach cpu has not completed the assigned task within the timeout and hence it will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcPdCellMissedRendez 5558
This indicates that the cell is too late for the PD level rendezvous. And hence it will not join the other PD cells.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcPdMonarchTimeout 5559
This indicates the state where the PD monarch was not able to complete the task within a certain time. It failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtRemoteSetViewRootError 5560
System firmware on the Core cell was unable to update a slave cell with the location of the root of the partition tree. The CPU that was unable to be contacted is printed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCsrTestFailure 5566
Read test on a CSR failed and the CSR contents were not updated. This chassis code will be emitted in 3's, with the CSR Address, expected data, and actual data given.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemGetIcmInfoFailed 5567
This chassis code reports the failure in collecting the ICM parameters needed for the cell interleaving.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemGetCellInfoFailed 5568
This chassis code indicates that the cell interleaving routine could not get the information on the cell memory.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemUpdateCellGniFailed 5569
This chassis code is used to represent the failure in updating the GNI information of the cell with the CLM ( cell local memory) information obtained from the Complex Profile.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdMemAdjustMinZiFailed 5570
This represents the failure in adjusting the memory information with the minimum ZI requirements.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtStableProfileXsumError 5572
Complex Profile A (Stable Profile) stored checksum does not match the calculated checksum. The expected data and actual data are displayed in the 2 reporting event Ids.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDynamicProfileXsumError 5573
The Dynamic Complex Profile (Group B) stored checksum did not equal the calculated checksum. The Expected Data and Actual date are displayed in successive chassis codes.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPartitionProfileXsumError 5574
The stored value of the complex profile Group C does not match the calculated value. Expected data and actual data are stored in successive chassis codes.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtStableProfileSeqidInvalid 5575
The Complex Profile Group A sequence ID is invalid. Booting cannot continue. The actual data is in the chassis code data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDynamicProfileSeqidInvalid 5577
The Dynamic Complex Profile (Group B) sequence ID is invalid. The invalid Sequence ID is displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPartitionProfileSeqidInvalid 5578
The Group C Partition Complex Profile Sequence ID is invalid. The value read is displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiFwError 5579
An internal EFI firmware error was encountered. This is usually caused by a bad parameter passed to a function, corrupt memory, corrupt malloc, corrupt firmware tree or something similar. The data field contains the IP address of the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCmplxProfilePdNumMismatch 5580
The Complex Profile Group A PD assignment for this cell does not match the PD or Partition number in Group C of the complex profile. This is a fatal condition for the cell. The PD number from group A will be emitted first, followed by a subsequent code for the PD assigned in group C.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCmplxProfilePdNumInvalid 5581
The Partition (PD) assigned to this cell in the complex profile group A and C is larger than the maximum allowed number of PDs as specified by Group A.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortSm4Error 5583
Tried to obtain the port semaphore but GetPortSemaphore returned an ERROR. Could be a failed write to the port semaphore crossbar CSR or another cell owned the semaphore. Data field bits 32:63 contain the crossbar ID and bits 0:31 contain the port number for which the semaphore was being obtained.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortSm4NotReleased 5584
Currently owned the port semaphore but could not release the semaphore. Data field bits 32:63 contain the crossbar ID and bits 0:32 contain the port number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootBmcTokenUploadFailure 5594
There was an error reading from the BMC token when attempting to write to SAL NVM. This is a stop boot condition. Data: Lower 32 bits, BMC Token Number. Upper 32 bits, bmc return status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootNvmTokenAccessFailure 5595
The read from SAL NVM has failed. This is a stop boot condition. Data: The token number on which the read failed
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootBmcTokenDownloadError 5596
There was an error when trying to write to a BMC Token. This is a boot warning condition. Data: lower 32 bits are BMC token number, upper 32 bits is the status return from the BMC.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootErrorWritingFirstBootToken 5597
There has been an error writing the BMC_FIRST_BOOT token. This is a stop boot condition.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFruReadError 5598
The read of a FRU has failed. Data: Device ID of device that failed the FRU read.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFruXsumError 5599
The read of a FRU has failed the checksum test. Data: Device ID of device that failed the FRU read.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFruVersionError 5600
The read of a FRU has failed due to a version problem. Data: Device ID of device that failed the FRU read.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootRomRevToFitRevWarning 5601
A ROM Rev and FIT Rev do not match. Data: Code for what didn't match: 0x1 = PAL_A, 0x2 = PAL_B, 0x4 = SAL_A, 0x8 = ACPI, 0xA = EFI
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootRomRevToRevBlockWarning 5602
A ROM Rev and Rev Block do not match. Data: Code for what didn't match: 0x3 = PAL, 0x5 = SAL_A, 0x7 = SAL_B, 0x9 = ACPI, 0xB = EFI, 0xC = BMC
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPrimaryFitBad 5603
The FIT is bad.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSecondaryFitBad 5604
The FIT is bad.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPalARomWarning 5605
PAL_A_ROM has generated a warning.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPalBRomWarning 5606
PAL_B_ROM has generated a warning.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrorUpdatingGroupBProfile 5607
Firmware tried to default the Dynamic (Group B) complex profile and encountered an error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPciPerr 5617
An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus parity error. An I/O device (or host bridge) mastered a bus transaction and received a parity error response from the target. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O device (or host bridge).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPciSerr 5618
An I/O device (or host bridge) detected an internal error. An I/O device (or host bridge) detected a bus error. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O device (or host bridge).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoCheckLbaDeconfigErr 5619
Firmware has deconfigured an I/O host bridge due to an error (see earlier error event). Firmware will display the following EFI warning message, 'Failed I/O slot(s) deconfigured.' Data Field: Physical location of the deconfigured I/O host bridge.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrorUpdatingGroupCProfile 5621
Firmware tried to default the Partition (Group C) complex profile and encountered an error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellNotInAPd 5622
The Reporting Cell is not configured to be in a PD, according to Complex Profile Group A.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmThermalLoadOrderWarn 5623
DIMMs are not loaded on the extender in a thermally optimal way. Boot is still possible, but the DIMM arrangement should be changed to the loading order recommended in the users manual. The data field indicates the number of the extender with incorrectly loaded DIMMs.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellMajorityNotPresent 5626
Not enough cells made the Rendezvous for boot to continue. The rules are listed in the cause action section.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInitRendezvousSlavesFail 5638
SFW's INIT handler failed to rendezvous the processors.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcIoClearFail 5646
SFW's Machine Check Handler was unable to log or clear I/O error registers.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcPalCantEscalateToBerr 5655
Cannot escalate an MCA to BERR
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcPalCantEscalateToBinit 5656
Cannot escalate an MCA to BINIT.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcPalGetFeatFail 5657
SFW failed to get the feature set from PAL.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcPalRendFail 5658
PAL Failed to rendezvous the processors during a MCA.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcPalSetFeatFail 5659
SFW failed to get the feature set from PAL.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcRendezvousSlavesFail 5677
SFW's MCA Handler has failed to rendezvous all the slaves Data: Return from the rendezvous call.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcRendezBadVectRange 5679
A bad rendezvous vector has been registered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcRendezNoMonarch 5682
No Machine Check Monarch exists, exiting MC Rendezvous.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcRendezNoWakeup 5683
The OS has not registered a wake-up mechanism for rendezvous.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcRendezPalCantEscalate 5684
PAL call failed to set the BINIT escalation bit
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcRendezPalGetFeatFail 5685
The PAL call PAL_GET_FEATURES has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcRendezPalSetFeatFail 5686
The PAL call PAL_SET_FEATURES has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSalAbiFwError 5692
An internal SAL_ABI firmware error was encountered. This is usually caused by a bad parameter passed to a function, corrupt memory, corrupt malloc, corrupt firmware tree or something similar. The data field contains the IP address of the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemExtLoadOrdErr 5696
The Memory extenders have not been loaded in the correct order.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiEsiTableLengthErr 5698
The length field within the ESI (Extensible SAL Interface) table does not agree with the product of the entry_count field and the size of each entry. Data Field: computed value of the length based on entry_count and size of the entries.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiEsiTableChecksumErr 5700
The computed checksum for the ESI (Extensible SAL Interface) table is not zero as expected. EFI is halting. Data Field: the computed checksum.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiEsiTableUnsupportedEntryType 5701
EFI found an unsupported entry type within the ESI (Extensible SAL Interface) Table. Data Field: unknown type.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiGuidTooLarge 5704
EFI was attempting to output a GUID in the EFI_GUID_HALF1 and EFI_GUID_HALF2 events which was larger than 128 bits. The data field contains the actual length of the GUID in bytes.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiHalt 5708
EFI is halting. Look for the cause of the halt in preceding events. Data Field: the 'halt' (0x0F) major change in system state code.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemChipspareNotSupported 5711
This code will be sent when FW detects a rank installed in the system that doesn't support chipspare. The data field is used to indicate the rank that the x8 DIMMs are installed. It is in the format 0x00000000XDXCXBXA or 0x00000000YBYAXBXA where X and Y are the number of the rank.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiAssertError 5712
EFI has detected an internal error. The actual error is unspecified by this event. Examine previous events and console output for possible explanations.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiEfiBreakpoint 5713
EFI has executed the 'break' shell command. EFI is halting. The 'break' command is currently implemented as an infinite loop to halt EFI.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiHcdHostHung 5714
The EFI USB interrupt service has detected the host controller is hung. EFI is halting.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSalHandoffVerMismatch 5715
The EFI/SAL handoff structure's version does not match EFI expectations. EFI is halting. Look for EFI_SAL_HANDOFF_VER_EXPECTED to provide EFI's expected value. Data Field: Actual value of the version in the structure.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSalRtcServiceNotInit 5717
EFI is unable to obtain access to all the RTC (Real Time Clock) SAL services. This means that EFI is unable to fully interact with the RTC. EFI is halting. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSalTimerServiceNotInit 5718
EFI is unable to obtain access to all the SAL timer services. This means that EFI is unable to fully interact with the timer. EFI is halting. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSalStarttimerServiceNotInit 5719
EFI is unable to start the periodic timer. This timer interrupts EFI periodically to process time sensitive events. EFI is halting. Data Field: Return status for internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiNoIoPortSpaceRegionFound 5720
EFI did not find an I/O port space region in the MDT. EFI is halting.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiBreakpoint 5721
EFI reached an unimplemented section of code. EFI is halting. Data Field: Unique identifier indicating the location reached within the code.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSpeedyBootTokenNotRead 5722
EFI was unable to read the current speedy boot settings. The speedy boot settings are stored within the BMC. EFI will use a default value of 0 and continue booting. The speedy boot functionality is also accessed via the boot test EFI shell command and via the OS. These other accesses will likely fail. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function..
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSalCallbackAttempted 5723
A SAL Callback was attempted. This is not permitted. EFI is halting. Data Field: index of the function that was being called.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSalFreqBaseUnknown 5724
While attempting to calibrate the EFI stall timer, system firmware is unable to determine the frequency of the CPU interval timer. System firmware will assume 800 MHz for the purpose of the stall timer calibration and continue boot. Data Field: error status code (should be 0xFFFFFFFD).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSysEventAlreadyInit 5725
The EFI system events have already been initialized. This is unexpected. EFI is continuing. Data Field: the current value of the system event entry point.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSysEventCreateEventFail 5726
EFI was unable to create an internal virtualization event while initializing EFI's System Events (IPMI events). This internal event is not an IPMI event; rather it serves as a trigger for EFI to virtualize the System Event facility when going virtual. EFI will likely halt. Data Field: return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFpgaNodeInitError 5728
An error was detected while initializing the FPGA node and services associated with the PDH.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoconfigNodeInitError 5729
Firmware encountered an error when creating the ioconfig node as a child of the pdh node.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDillonPdhNodeInitError 5730
System firmware was unable to correctly set up the pdh arbiter node as a child of the pdh node, or was unable to locate and attach the pdh arbiter service to the node. The status is returned in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhPropertyError 5731
The PDH service was unable to either get or set the property specified in the data field as an ASCII message.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhAcpihwNodeError 5732
PDH encountered an error creating the ACPI Hardware Node in the device tree or installing its properties.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhIpmiNodeError 5733
The PDH service encountered an error while creating the ipmi node or adding properties to it. The status is in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpusNotCompatible 5734
Installed processors are not of compatible models or families
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCacheSizesInconsistant 5735
Processors with different cache sizes are installed
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSelectingNewMonarch 5737
SFW is selecting a new monarch processor due to compatibility problems.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMonSelSteppingsNoEqual 5738
The monarch stepping is not equal to the lowest installed CPU stepping.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuOverClocked 5740
A CPU's FSB frequency is overclocked. Data: Local CPU Number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuInfoRomAccessError 5741
There was an error reading the info ROM area of the CPU. Data: CPU Physical location
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPalANotExecuted 5742
PAL_A has not been executed and control has been transferred back to SAL_B.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPalBNotExecuted 5743
PAL_B has not been executed and control has been transferred back to SAL_B.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootProtoTypeCpuInstalled 5744
Data: Lower 32 bits have Local CPU Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFinalRendezWatchdogFail 5745
Data: Monarch's Local CPU Number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuSupplementalTestFailed 5746
Supplemental tests have been run on the cpus in the node and an error was encountered. If this event id is only emitted once, then the cpu detected that it failed on its own and the offending CPU id is in the data field. If the event is emitted three times, then the monarch CPU on the cell detected the error and the offending CPU id, expected data and actual data are reported in the data field of the three events.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricReadMbeError 5747
While reading a XBC CSR, a multi-bit error was found. Data field includes the CSR data that includes the error. A previous event, FABRIC_READ_ERROR, details the CSR address that failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricUnexpectedStatus 5749
The return value from a function was an unknown value. Data field is the unknown status that was returned.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSysidBmcWarning 5750
EFI queries the BMC on the system board for the status of a system ID. The BMC could not complete the request successfully or on time. Data Field: Internal EFI function status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSysidBmcReadError 5751
BMC reported a system ID status as inaccessible, reported invalid status or cannot return the current value of a system ID. Data Field: uuid status or internal EFI function status. System ID status: a 1 byte value 0 extended to 64bits: 0x00 -> primary and secondary values are valid 0x01 -> primary and secondary values are magic 0x02 -> primary and secondary values are inaccessible 0x04 -> primary and secondary values are invalid 0x08 -> primary and secondary values are null (UUID only) 0x10 -> primary and secondary values are different, value (primary or secondary) is valid 0x11 -> primary and secondary values are different, value (primary or secondary) is magic 0x12 -> primary and secondary values are different, value (primary or secondary) is inaccessible 0x14 -> primary and secondary values are different, value (primary or secondary) is invalid 0x18 -> primary and secondary values are different, value (primary or secondary) is null (UUID only)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSysidBmcWriteError 5752
Firmware tried to write a primary or secondary system ID as requested by the user during the boot sequence. The write failed. Data Field: Internal EFI function status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSysidInvalid 5753
The system ID(s) currently in the system is either invalid or, if the EFI_SYSID_BMC_WARNING, EFI_SYSID_BMC_READ_ERROR or EFI_SYSID_BMC_WRITE_ERROR events are also present, inaccessible to the system firmware. A stop boot condition will be generated and software license will probably be invalid. Data Field: 64-bit value. If preceded by 0xbad00000000000 the following valid values are possible: 0000 -> valid UUID (should never see this one) 0001 -> magic UUID 0002 -> inaccessible UUID 0004 -> invalid (bad CRC) UUID If zero, then one of the following conditions occurred: Invalid combination of primary and secondary system ID values User declined copying/entering system ID values when prompted by firmware All other values indicate failure during attempt to update system IDs.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiRtIvtEsiTableErr 5755
EFI is unable to find the SAL services for installing interrupt handlers. EFI was trying to install the run-time handlers that are required for normal EFI booting. EFI will be halting. Data Field: internal EFI function status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiRtIvtEsiQueryErr 5756
EFI is unable to find the SAL service to install run-time interrupt handlers. These handlers are required for normal EFI booting. EFI will be halting. Data Field: internal EFI function status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiBootIvtEsiTableErr 5757
EFI is unable to find the SAL services for installing interrupt handlers. EFI was trying to install the boot-time handlers that are required for normal EFI booting. EFI will be halting. Data Field: internal EFI function status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiBootIvtEsiQueryErr 5758
EFI is unable to find the SAL service to install boot-time interrupt handlers. These handlers are required for normal EFI booting. EFI will be halting. Data Field: internal EFI function status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUtilitiesParmListTooLarge 5760
Too many parameters were passed in a request for the utilities system to perform an operation. No more data is provided.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortPresenceError 5762
A crossbar port is expected to be present, but its presence detect bit is not set. Data field bits 32:43 contain the crossbar ID, bits 44:55 contain the port number for which the error occurred, and bits 0:31 contain the port status information.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortHwLinkError 5763
A crossbar port is expected to have its HW_LINK_OK bit set, but it is not. Data field bits 32:43 contain the crossbar ID, bits 44:55 contain the port number for which the error occurred, and bits 0:31 contain the port status information.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortFeError 5764
A connected crossbar port was found to have its FE bit set. Data field bits 32:43 contain the crossbar ID, bits 44:55 contain the port number for which the error occurred, and bits 0:31 contain the port status information.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXinLinkInitError 5766
There was an error while initializing the Cell Controller-Xbc interface. The data field contains the address of the Cell Controller CSR for which the error occurred.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXinLinkInitFailed 5767
The CC - XBC link failed to initialize.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiGetMfgModeNotInit 5768
EFI is unable to determine current system mode. The EFI/SAL interface is not initialized. This interface should have been initialized before now. This event indicates an internal EFI error. EFI will continue executing.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiBmcMfgModeInvalid 5769
The BMC has returned an invalid system mode. Data Field: the invalid mode. Expected values are 0 or 1.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiEnterMfgModeNotInit 5770
EFI is unable to specify a new system mode. The EFI/SAL interface point is not initialized. This interface should have been initialized before now. This event indicates an internal EFI error. EFI will continue executing in the current mode.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiExitMfgModeNotInit 5771
EFI is unable to enter normal system mode. The EFI/SAL interface is not initialized. This interface should have been initialized before now. This event indicates an internal EFI error. EFI will continue executing in the current mode.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiTaccessServiceNotInit 5772
EFI is unable to initialize part of the SAL/EFI interface. This crucial service provides access to certain BMC functionality such as the security system. EFI will halt. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtTreeNodeNotFound 5774
A needed tree node was not found. The data field contains the ASCII name of the tree node that was not found.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSystemStateRunningErr 5776
EFI is unable to modify the system state from 'booting' to 'running'. This is done as part of Exit Boot Services. The system will not be able to enter a sleep mode. Data Field: For errors, this data is zero. For warnings, this data indicates the current system state as: 0 Error 1 booting 2 running 3 attention 4 fault 5 booting + attention
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPalBusConfigIncompatible 5777
CPUBusConfigValue setting in options as been compared with what is reported by PAL as settable and CPUBusConfigValue is specifying at least one bit that is not supported by this version of PAL using the Get Processor Bus Dependent Configuration Features. This chassis code is emitted in pairs, the first data field contains the PAL expected values; the second data field contains the requested setting from options.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPalGetBusFeaturesFailed 5778
Firmware was unable to correctly issue the Get Processor Bus Dependent Configuration Features command.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmPairMismatch 5779
A pair of DIMMs installed in the system are mismatched, and that pair of DIMMs will not be used. The data field indicates which pair of DIMMs are mismatched in the format 0x000000000000XBXA where X is the number of the rank that is mismatched.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiPosseLibNotInit 5784
EFI is unable to initialize internal library. This collection of internal services is required for much of EFI's functionality. EFI is halting.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSecurityNotInit 5785
EFI is unable to initialize the security level. The privilege level of the system may or may not be Admin. It is likely certain EFI facilities will be unavailable. EFI will continue booting but security may be compromised. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSecInvalidSysmode 5786
EFI detected an invalid value for its internal privilege level. This value is stored within SAL. EFI will continue but system security may be compromised. Data Field: The invalid privilege level.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSecSetPassLevelErr 5787
EFI detected an invalid privilege level when setting a BMC password. Only the levels of Admin (0x30) and User (0x20) are permitted. Data Field: the invalid privilege level.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMdtBad 5788
SFW has determined that the Memory Data Table (MDT) table is invalid.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuBadCoreFixedRatio 5790
Processor has incompatible fixed core ratio. Data: Local CPU Number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootAllCpusSlatedForCompatDeconfig 5791
Data: A bitmask for which CPUs are slated to be deconfigured
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcReadRemoteRouteError 5793
An error occurred while reading a crossbar remote route table, or an unexpected/invalid value was read from the table. The data field consists of the crossbar ID (32:43), the port number of which the table was read (44:55), and the return status of the read call (0:32).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcReadNeighborInfoError 5794
An error occurred while trying to read the PORT[n]_NEIGHBOR_INFO crossbar CSR. The data field consists of the crossbar ID (32:43) and port number (44:55) for which the CSR was read.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmQuadMismatch 5795
A quad of DIMMs installed in the system are mismatched, and that quad of DIMMs will not be used. The data field indicates which quad of DIMMs are mismatched in the format 0x00000000XDXCXBXA where X is the number of the rank that is mismatched.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmFailed 5796
The DIMM at the physical location given by the data field had excessive errors and has been marked as 'FAILED' by firmware.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortOeError 5797
A XBC port was expected to be functional, but its OE bit was not set. The data field consists of the contents of the port_status CSR (0:31), the XBC number (32:43), and the port number (44:55).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortStatusError 5798
Unable to read the PORT_STATUS CSR for a XBC port. The data field consists of the contents of the PORT_STATUS CSR (0:31), the XBC number (32:43), and the port number (44:55).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortLandmined 5799
A XBC port was unexpectedly found to be landmined. The data field consists of the XBC number (32:43) and the port number (44:55).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdIncompatibleCpuSpeeds 5800
Reporting cell tried to rendezvous with a cell with processors that are running at a different speed. The data field lists the offending cell
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCellLinkNotInit 5802
The link between the local CC and the local XBC is unexpectedly not initialized. The data field is the XIN_LINK_STATE CC CSR value.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricInvalidXbcNum 5803
A value that was expected to be a XBC number was found to be an invalid XBC number. The data field is the invalid XBC number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricInvalidXbcPortNum 5804
A value that was expected to be a valid XBC port number was found to be invalid. The data field is the XBC number (33:44) and the invalid XBC port number (44:55).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUtilitiesLedParamError 5805
A bad parameter was passed to the utilities function that manipulates the LED on replaceable parts. The offending parameter is displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricUnexpectedNtype 5806
A neighbor type read from a XBC PORT_NEIGHBOR_INFO CSR was different than the expected neighbor type. This event is emitted twice, first with expected data and second with actual data. Data field 1: XBC number (43:32), XBC port number (55:44), expected type (31:0) Data field 2: XBC number (43:32), XBC port number (55:44), actual neighbor type (31:0).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricPortNotCc 5807
A XBC port number was unexpectedly found to not be a valid XBC-CC port. The data field consists of the XBC number (32:43) and the port number (44:55).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricPortNotXbc 5808
A XBC port was unexpectedly found to be an invalid XBC-XBC port. The data field consists of the XBC number (32:43) and the port number (44:55).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricUnexpectedNChip 5809
The XBC neighbor chip number does not match the expected value for this topology. The data field contains the expected neighbor chip number (32:63) and the actual neighbor chip number (0:31).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricUnexpectedNPort 5810
The XBC neighbor port number does not match the expected value for this topology. The data field contains the expected neighbor port number (32:63) and the actual neighbor port number (0:31).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootNvmWriteToBmcTokenFailure 5811
A write to a BMC token has failed. This is a boot warning condition. Data: Upper 32 bits, BMC failure return code. Lower 32 bits, BMC token number that failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUtilitiesLedError 5812
The utilities system reported an error while trying to carry out the command to turn on, flash or turn off the LED. The status returned by the command is displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDuplicateCpuIds 5813
2 cpus think that they have the same ID within the cell. Typically this would mean that PAL reported the same cpu id for more than 1 cpu on a bus. The cpuid is in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHp-uxCrashdumpStarted 5823
OS crashdump started (D700)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHp-uxHexFaultCode 5824
OS legacy PA hex fault code (Bxxx). Possible I/O error or system panic
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHp-uxDumpStatus 5825
A memory dump occurred on the system, or on one partition in a cellular system. The dump occurred due to either a non-recoverable error or by user request. EFxx is the OS dump status (the success/failure of the writing of the dump). EF00 = success (followed by either EF0A = successful dump with sync, or EF09 = successful dump without sync), EFFF = a general error, EFFE = dump path assertion failure, EFFD = no dump was taken by default, choice or failure, EFFC = dump was aborted by user.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSettingProcTimeoutFail 5827
SFW has failed to set the processor timeout value via a PAL call. Data: PAL call return value.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSecInitVerifyErr 5832
During EFI security initialization, the attempt to determine what privilege level a blank password provides, failed. Most likely this indicates the BMC has failed. EFI assumes that the BMC has failed and will attempt to continue booting. Some EFI functionality may be unavailable. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSecInitCloseErr 5833
As part of normal security initialization, EFI attempted to issue a close session to the BMC (I.e. force the BMC to GUEST mode). This attempt failed. EFI is unable to initialize the security system. EFI will continue but security may be compromised. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSecInitOpenErr 5834
As part of normal security initialization, EFI attempted to issue an open session to the BMC in order to raise the privilege level to the highest permitted by a blank password. This attempt failed. EFI is unable to initialize the security system. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSecInitWriteErr 5836
As part of normal security initialization, EFI attempted to record the current privilege level. This attempt failed. EFI is unable to initialize the security system. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiSecInitWriteDenied 5837
As part of normal security initialization, EFI attempted to record the current privilege level. This attempt failed with a privilege violation error. EFI is unable to initialize the security system. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHp-uxDumpWriteError 5853
OS dump, error writing image area to disk (E055)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrDeadlockResetDetected 5896
Early in bootstrap, the coherency controller (CC) registers are checked for Deadlock Recovery Reset. This chassis code indicates that CC logs will be stored to NVRAM.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemParityErr 6002
SFW detected a memory address parity error. The data field contains the physical location of DIMM that saw the parity error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmLoadOrdErr 6074
The loading order of the DIMMs is incorrect. The cell is halted.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemRefreshStartError 6146
Timeout Waiting for SDRAM parts to become ready - mem_status[0] Refresh Control Register
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemExtBaseboardIncompatible 6180
The version of Memory extender installed in the system has not been qualified to work with the version of the baseboard installed in the system.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricDifferentTopologies 6730
There is a fabric topology mismatch with the XBCs in the complex. Data Field: (Topology of XBC << 32) | Topology of destination XBC 0x00 Topology not yet determined 0x30 Domelight 0x40 U-Turn (Left cabinet) 0x41 U-Turn (Right cabinet) 0x42 Cross-Flex 0x43 U-Turn
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricInvalidXbc2XbcPort 6795
While routing the XBC to XBC ports, an invalid port was encountered. The data field is the crossbar number (32:43) and the port number (44:55).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricGetNeighborInfoError 7652
The XBC could not get neighbor information. Data Field: XBC # << 32 | internal port attempting to access neighbor
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcRoutingErrorState 7653
For the XBC being routed, routing has already been attempted, but an error occurred. Inspect chassis codes from other cells for more details regarding the nature of the problem. The data field consists of the XBC number (32:63)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNoNvmErrLogSpace 7655
This means that the error event log cannot be logged to the persistent storage. The data field gives the event type that was supposed to be logged.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortError 7657
An XBC port was found to have an unexpected error. The data field consists of the crossbar number (32:63) and the current port errors (0:31)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortRouteAround 7658
During fabric routing a port on a XBC was found in error or had been previously marked as in error. PDC will route around this XBC port. Data Field: XBC number (32:63) and external XBC port number (0:31)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcUnexpectedState 7660
Data field: the unexpected forward progress state (0:31) XBC number (32:44) Cell number (56:63)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcRoutingStateTimeout 7661
A crossbar was found to be in an unexpected forward progress state during fabric routing. This crossbar stayed in the unexpected state until Fabric Discovery timed out. Data field: unexpected forward progress (0:31) XBC number (32:44) Cell number (56:63)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcNeighborPortNotRoutable 7663
An XBC port was found that is not healthy. This indicates at least one of the following about the port: - Hardware link is not okay - Presence detect is false - Fatal error detected - SBE detected - LPE detected - Port landmined The data field of the chassis code indicates which port is unhealthy, as well as the fabric routing state before the problem was encountered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCcToXbcError 7664
The CC to XBC link is not viable.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRouteXbcError 7666
There was a problem performing remote routing on the local XBC. Chassis codes sent before this one may provide more details about the exact nature of the problem. The data field consists of the XBC number that failed routing (32:63)
TRAP-TYPE    


hpevtXbcSemaphoreTakeoverFailed 7669
After unlocking the XBC Global Semaphore for a takeover, this cell did not get the semaphore.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcForceUnlockSm4Timeout 7671
When a cell holds an XBC semaphore for an extended period of time, fabric will attempt to takeover the semaphore so that the rest of the cells will have access to it. Fabric will attempt to take the SM4 for a period of time. If it is unable to unlock the SM4 within the timeout period, it will send this chassis code and halt the cell. Data field: XBC number (32:63) and current owner (cell) of the semaphore (0:31)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcGetGlobalSm4Timeout 7673
During Fabric Discovery, the cell will wait until it gets the XBC's Global Semaphore. It waits for a very long time. This chassis code indicates that the wait has timed out.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcReleaseSm4Timeout 7674
The XBC Release Semaphore timeout is designed to fail last. The semaphore could not be released. Any other cell (even outside the PD) may be blocked because the XBC is a global resource. Data field: current semaphore owner (0:31) XBC number (32:43) port number (44:55) cell number (56:63)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMpBatteryFailure 7684
Management Processor Firmware detected improper data in NVRAM (bad checksums.) Either the NVRAM layout changed, or the Management Processor Battery may not be maintaining the data through A/C power cycles.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMpSoftwareError 7685
Management Processor Firmware detected a software error and is logging an event. The data represents data associated with the error seen.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMpI2cCommError 7686
An I2C Communication failure with the Baseboard Management Controller was detected. Without I2C communication, the system cannot be powered on/off or reset.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtRomCrcError 7690
A stored CRC value did not match the calculated CRC value for the specified address.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoIdentifyIoBpFailed 7718
See Summary.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuRevisionMismatch 7732
2 cpus in the system are reporting different revisions. This event will be emitted in groups of 3 with the two revisions reported in the first 2 data fields and the cpu number in the 3rd data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuFreqMismatch 7733
This chassis code will be emitted in pairs. 2 cpus are reporting that they are running at different frequencies. The two frequencies are reported in the data fields.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuOverclocked 7734
The rating for the cpu and the actual speed will be emitted in 2 sequential event data fields.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCmplxProfilIncoherent 7758
The complex profile is stored in NVRAM on the MP and each cell. All copies must match. For this error to be generated, not only is the MP's copy of the complex profile invalid, but not all of the cell's copies match.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDuplicateCabinet 7760
The MP detected 2 or more cabinets with the same cabinet number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIdCommandRequired 7767
The complex identification information in group A of the complex profile is invalid. The MP (Manageability Processor) command 'ID' must be run. The SSKEY hardware is required.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramBatteryFail 7771
The battery on the SBCH is below the safe threshold. The battery can be replaced online.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPartitionTimeoutReset 7773
The partition is being reset because its watchdog timer expired and automatic restart is enabled.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcWatchdogTimedOut 7774
The processor dependent hardware controller (PDHC) on the cell board had its watchdog timer expire. The PDHC will reset the watchdog as the main program runs. If the watchdog does not get reset within 7 seconds the timer will expire, resetting the PDHC.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAbortPowerupOth 7781
The Cabinet Power Up request was aborted due to ambient air over temperature.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAbortPwrupBps 7782
The power requirements for the cabinet exceeds the capabilities of the available Bulk Power Supplies. The PM3 section of the Utilities Subsystems keeps a tally of the power requirements for all installed entities in a cabinet. The power available from the Bulk Power Supplies does not meet the requirements of the installed entities, according to the Cabinet Power Tally.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAbortStartBlowr 7783
When given a power up request, the cabinet had to abort the start up due to less than the required number of Cabinet Blowers installed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAbortStartIofan 7784
When given a power up request, the cabinet had to abort the start up due to less than the required number of IO fans present.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAcDeleted 7786
The AC power connected to the PDCA (Power Distribution Control Assembly) was removed. The data field contains the physical location of the PDCA. The PDCA source that was deleted can be identified by the implementation dependent field (data byte 3) of the physical location: data byte[3]: 0 for PDCA 0, 1 for PDCA 1.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBlowrFail 7791
A cabinet main blower has failed. Depending on the number of blowers still operating, the cabinet may or may not shut down. View the Error Log entries to determine if the cabinet is operating. If many log entries call out entities powering off during the same time frame as this BLOWR_FAIL, the cabinet has probably shutdown. Carefully review the log for the first few events within the same time frame for the root cause of the problem. The GSP command, PS, will show a detailed power status for a cabinet. If the +48V LED on the Front Panel Board is not lit, power is not enabled to the cabinet. This is an indication the cabinet blowers have probably gone from N to N - 1 status requiring an immediate cabinet shutdown.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBpsFail48flt 7793
A 48 Volt DC Converter powered by the specified PDCA failed on the designated Bulk Power Supply. The PDCA powering the converter on the BPS that failed can be identified by the implementation dependent field (data byte 3) of the BPS' physical location: data byte[3]: 0 for PDCA 0, 1 for PDCA 1.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBpsFailFanflt 7795
The designated Bulk Power Supply is reporting its fan has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBpsFailOt 7796
The 48 Volt DC Converter powered by the specified PDCA in the designated Bulk Power Supply, is in over temp condition. The PDCA powering the converter on the BPS that failed can be identified by the activity status (last byte of chassis code): e = PDCA 1 f = PDCA 0
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBpsNotRedundant 7798
The number of functioning Bulk Power Supplies has decreased to where the Cabinet Power supplied (number of available Bulk Power Supplies times power output per each) minus the estimated Cabinet Power consumed is greater than 0, but less than the output of one Bulk Power Supply.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBpsOvervoltage 7799
The PM has detected the value of +48V power, as measured on the UGUY board, has exceeded an upper threshold.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBpsUndervoltage 7803
The PM has detected the value of +48V power, as measured on the UGUY board, has fallen below a lower threshold.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCabFanFail 7806
A cabinet fan has failed. Depending on the number of cabinet fans still operating, the cabinet may or may not shut down. View the Error Log entries to determine if the cabinet is operating.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHkpOvervoltage 7822
Housekeeping power has exceeded expected levels.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHkpUndervoltage 7823
Housekeeping power has fallen below expected levels.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIllegalBpsCfgOrPhaseFlt 7824
Through failures or reconfiguration, the BPS for the cabinet named are illegally configured. There must be a BPS connected to each phase of the power. Phase 1 feeds BPS slots 0 & 1, phase 2 feeds slots 2 & 3, and phase 3 feeds 4 & 5. There must be a BPS connected to each phase. If 4 BPS are installed in a cabinet in slots 0 - 3 and 4 & 5 were empty, this would be an illegal configuration. They should be installed in 0,1,2,and 4 or 0,1,3,and 5 or some combination thereof. The PDCA physical location determines which phase is configured incorrectly. Data Byte 3 (implementation dependent field) indicates the PDCA number used when the configuration error occurred:
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIllegalBpsid 7825
A Bulk Power Supply is reporting an unknown BPS ID. The Bulk Power Supply will not be powered up and added to the Power Available tally. If cabinet is not powered up, it will refuse to power up until this fault is corrected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInletOvertempHi 7827
The cabinet's Ambient Air Sensor detected a change in air temperature entering the over-temp-high range. The Cabinet will be shutting itself down to prevent component damage.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInletOvertempLo 7828
The cabinet's Ambient Air Sensor detected a change in air temperature crossing to the low range. The air temperature may be rising or falling. This is just a reporting of entering the over-temp-low range.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInletOvertempMid 7829
The cabinet's Ambient Air Sensor detected a change in air temperature crossing to the mid range. The air temperature may be rising or falling. This is just a reporting of entering the over-temp-mid range..
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIofanFail 7836
An IO Chassis cooling fan has failed. Depending on the number of fans still operating, the cabinet may or may not shut down. View Error Log entries to determine if the cabinet is operating. If many log entries call out entities powering off during the same time frame as this IOFAN_FAIL, the cabinet has probably shutdown. Carefully review the log for the first few events within the same time frame for the root cause of the problem. The Guardian Service Processor command, PS, will show a detailed power status for a cabinet. The +48V LED on the Front Panel Board not lit, power is not enabled to the cabinet, indicating the cabinet IO Chassis fans have probably gone from N to N - 1 status requiring an immediate cabinet shutdown.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPowerOverload 7842
This code is issued when the Cabinet Power supplied (number of Bulk Power Supplies times power output per each) minus the estimated Cabinet Power consumed drops below 0. Utilities firmware will not allow a cabinet in this state to power up (see ABORT_PWRUP_BPS). Utilities firmware will not shut down a cabinet in this state. However, there is a possibility of a cabinet brownout, making the cabinet unreliable.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtShutdownBlowr 7845
After a BLOWR_FAIL, there were N-1 blowers functioning. This is an illegal condition causing immediate cabinet shutdown to prevent component damage.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtShutdownIofan 7846
After a IOFAN_FAIL, there were N-1 fans functioning. This is an illegal condition causing immediate cabinet shutdown to prevent component damage.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXucFanFail 7849
One of two fans in the Utility chassis of the IO Expansion Cabinet has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCluWatchdogReset 7855
The Watchdog Timer checks for inactivity, or hung state, of the Cabinet Level Utilities (CLU) portion of the UGUY. During activity, the timer is continually reset. If the timer expires, it will automatically reset the CLU microprocessor. This will not affect running partitions.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEepromInvalidCksm 7856
An invalid checksum was received when reading the FRUID EEPROM for the device named in the chassis code. If this is a single error, the fault lies with the named FRU. If there are many INVALID_CKSM entries in the Event Log, there is probably a problem with the I2C bus.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHbpbBoardPowerFault 7858
One or more of the System Backplane Power Boards is reporting a DC Fault through the System Backplane Local Power Monitor. The physical location of the failing power board is in the Data Field of the event.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHiobEepromRdFail 7863
An attempt to read the EEPROM (FRUID) on the IO Backplane Board failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHiopbEepromRdFail 7864
An attempt to read the EEPROM (FRUID) on the IO Backplane Power Board failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHiopbLpmFltRdFail 7865
An attempt to read the Local Power Monitor Fault register on the IO Backplane Power Board failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHiopbOvertemp 7866
The Local Power Monitor of the named IO Chassis is reporting a Power Brick over temperature condition.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHiopbPowerFault 7867
The Local Power Monitor on the named IO Chassis has reported a power fault condition.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHiopbVoltMrgnFail 7871
The Local Power Monitor on the named IO Power Board failed to properly margin the power as commanded.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSbchEepromRdFail 7873
Either by command or as part of initialization, the data from a FRUID EEPROM failed a read command. This does not necessarily mean the FRU has failed, just that the FRUID data cannot be read.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUguyEepromRdFail 7874
Either by command or as part of initialization, the data from a FRUID EEPROM failed a read command. This does not necessarily mean the FRU has failed, just that the FRUID can't be read.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBkpEepromRdFail 7875
An attempt to read the EEPROM (FRUID) on the System Backplane failed
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBkpI2cRdFail 7877
A read command on the system backplane I2C bus failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBkpI2cWrFail 7878
A write command on the system backplane I2C bus failed. The type of command that failed can be identified by the activity status field (last byte) of the encoded field. B = RC Cable Configuration Register write C = Backplane Voltage Margin Register write 9 = Flex circuit configuration register write
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBkpPowerFault 7879
The Local Power Monitor on the named System Backplane has detected a power fault. The failing Backplane Power Board status is read from the Backplane LPM I2C interface register and the value is placed in the data field of the event (bits 15-8).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBkpVoltMrgnFail 7880
Margining voltage to the System Backplane has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtWriteFruDataFail 7891
An attempt to write data to the FRUID EEPROM by the MFG level MP command WF failed. The FRU handle of the failing FRUID is embedded in the two uppermost bytes of the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuFanFail 7892
The fan on a CPU is not operating in a manner that provides enough air flow to cool the processor
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuFanSlow 7893
The fan on a CPU is operating in a manner that provides enough air flow to cool the processor but is not at normal operation
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDnaFanFail 7894
The fan on a CC chip is not operating in a manner that provides enough air flow to cool the processor
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDnaFanSlow 7895
The fan on a CC chip is operating in a manner that provides enough air flow to cool the processor but is not at normal operation
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcToSysfwRevMismtch 7896
System FW and the PDHC have incompatible shared memory interface revisions. Data byte 0 is the PDHC's supported ICM revision number. Data byte 1 is System FW's supported ICM revision number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhCtrlrFwMismatch 7902
The MP checked the FW revision of the PDHC identified in the physical location data field and discovered that it did not recognize the revision as one that it has been qualed with. This is an unsupported configuration.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellPowerFault 7903
The local Power Monitor is reporting a fault with the named Cell Power Board. The data field of this event can be decoded as follows where a bit set in any of the status fields indicates a fault: data byte 0: (power_good << 1) | (power_fault) data byte 1: Cell Power Board converters status bits[0:2] - memory power bricks 0-2 status bits[3:5] - power i/f bus bricks 0-2 status bits[6:7] - JAB core power bricks 0-1 status data byte 2: Cell converters status bit 0 - clock power status bit 1 - cache power status bit 2 - link power status bit 3 - CC core power status bit 4 - FSB power status bit 5 - 48-V status data byte 3: CPU module converters status bit 0 - CPU module 0 core power status bit 2 - CPU module 1 core power status bit 4 - CPU module 2 core power status bit 6 - CPU module 3 core power status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuInitNodeError 7938
The CPU node retuned an error when calling its initialize node function. The specific status is displayed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuExecuteCmdError 7939
ExecuteCommand issues commands that execute on remote CPUs via IPI interrupts. If the command failed to execute, this event is printed and the data field contains the status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuCmdStateInvalid 7940
A remote CPU is in a state where it cannot receive and execute a new command. The current status of the CPU is provided in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuPalProcError 7948
An error was encountered when executing a PAL_PROC. This code will be emitted in pairs. The Proc INDEX will be in the data of the first chassis code. The status is in the second data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCpuLoadingError 7953
CPUs not loaded in correct order. Correct loading order is CPU 0, 1, 2, 3.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPersistantError 7963
The XBC logged a SBE or LPE after they should have been cleared. Either the clear failed, or a new error was logged immediately. Data field: XBC number (32:43), port number (44:55), port status information (0:31)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcLinkTestError 7964
The CC to XBC Link pattern test failed. Data Field: This event will be emitted three times 1st event: XBC number (32:43), port number (44:55) 2nd event: expected pattern (0:63) 3rd event: actual data read (0:63)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPltfrmStorageReadErr 7965
System firmware was unable to complete a platform storage read command from the utilities system. The exact status printed in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPltfrmStorageWriteErr 7966
System firmware was unable to complete a platform storage write command. The actual status is returned in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtTreeNodeErrorSequencer 7973
The Sequencer was unable to find the tree node it needed to complete an operation. The tree node is in the ASCII in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPartitionVariableError 7974
System firmware attempted to read a partition variable from the GSP and store it in options. An error was encountered during this process. The data field contains the partition variable element ID that was being processed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellRedundtPowerFault 7975
One or more power converters on the Cell or Cell Power Board has reported a fault. However, because of redundancy in the power system, the power to the Cell is still good. The data field contains detailed power fault location information that is specific to each platform.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPalProcConfigIncompatible 8009
CPUProcConfigValue setting in options as been compared with what is reported by PAL as settable and CPUProcConfigValue is specifying at least one bit that is not supported by this version of PAL using the Get Processor Dependent Features. This chassis code is emitted in pairs, the first data field contains the PAL expected values; the second data field contains the requested setting from options.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPalGetProcFeaturesFailed 8010
System firmware was unable to successfully issue the PAL_GET_PROC_FEATURES PAL proc. The data field is unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcCriticalDebug 8127
This event is a tool to aid in the debugging and testing of firmware.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCluUndefinedCase 8128
The CLU has encountered an undefined case in its control flow.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellVoltageMarginUnkn 8130
The Cell voltage margin settings do not match the Normal, +5%, or -5% values.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcAssertionFailed 8131
For debug purposes, many assumptions made by the PDHC developer(s) are checked at run-time. If this event log is seen, it indicates that the hardware or software is in an unknown state. For developer debug purposes, the data field describes where in the code that the error was detected. Data Bytes[0-1]: The line number within the source code file where the error was detected. Data Bytes[2-7]: The first 6 characters of the source code file name.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcFirmwareUnknownErr 8132
An unknown error has been detected by the PDHC firmware. For developer debug purposes, the data field describes where in the code that the error was detected. Data Bytes[0-1]: The line number within the source code file where the error was detected. Data Bytes[2-7]: The first 6 characters of the source code file name.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcI2cWriteFailed 8133
An attempt to write to a device on the PDHC's I2C bus has failed. The devices on the I2C bus are the Cell's FRU EEPROM, the Cell Power Board's FRU EEPROM, the voltage margining D-to-A converters, and, if they are accessible, the CPU Module Power Pods' FRU EEPROMs. The Data field information contains information that can identify the exact device that has failed. Refer to the Cell ERS for a mapping of I2C device addresses to devices. Data Bytes[0-1]: Reserved Data Bytes[2-3]: I2C Device Address Data Bytes[4-5]: Starting Word Address Data Bytes[6-7]: Size of attempted access (in bytes).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcI2cReadFailed 8134
An attempt to read from a device on the PDHC's I2C bus has failed. The devices on the I2C bus are the Cell's FRU EEPROM, the Cell Power Board's FRU EEPROM, the voltage margining D-to-A converters, and, if they are accessible, the CPU Module Power Pods' FRU EEPROMs. The Data field information contains information that can identify the exact device that has failed. Refer to the Cell ERS for a mapping of I2C device addresses to devices. Data Bytes[0-1]: Reserved Data Bytes[2-3]: I2C Device Address Data Bytes[4-5]: Starting Word Address Data Bytes[6-7]: Size of attempted access (in bytes).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcSmbusWriteFailed 8135
An attempt to write to a device on the PDHC's SM bus has failed. The devices on the SM bus are the CPU modules' FRU EEPROMs, the CPU modules' Processor Information ROMs, and the CPU modules' thermal sensors. The Data field information contains information that can identify the exact device that has failed. Refer to the Cell ERS for a mapping of SM Bus device addresses to devices. Data Bytes[0-1]: Reserved Data Bytes[2-3]: SM bus Device Address Data Bytes[4-5]: Starting Word Address Data Bytes[6-7]: Size of attempted access (in bytes).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcSmbusReadFailed 8136
An attempt to read from a device on the PDHC's SM bus has failed. The devices on the SM bus are the CPU modules' FRU EEPROMs, the CPU modules' Processor Information ROMs, and the CPU modules' thermal sensors. The Data field information contains information that can identify the exact device that has failed. Refer to the Cell ERS for a mapping of SM Bus device addresses to devices. Data Bytes[0-1]: Reserved Data Bytes[2-3]: SM bus Device Address Data Bytes[4-5]: Starting Word Address Data Bytes[6-7]: Size of attempted access (in bytes).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFrequencyProgramFailed 8137
The PDHC did not read valid frequency information from the CPU modules' or Cell's FRU EEPROMs, or the frequency registers would not update properly. Following this event, the Cell will not boot until the problem is corrected and Cell Power has been turned off, then on again, using the PE command.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwFlashUpdateError 8138
An error has occurred while updating System FW. More details about the update failure may be available as displayed by the Firmware Update Utility (FWUU).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcUnexpectedReset 8139
The PDHC firmware was reset for some unknown reason.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuTmpSensorSetupFail 8140
A hardware fault prevented the PDHC from configuring the thermal sensor(s) on one or more of the CPU modules. Following detection of this fault condition, the Cell will be prevented from booting until the Cell is powered 'off', then 'on', using the PE command.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuModuleThermalert 8141
A CPU module's temperature has exceed the high temperature threshold. As a result of this event, an irrevocable 2 minute timer will begin. At the end of 2 minutes, the offending CPU module will be powered off by the Cell hardware. The Cell must be powered off then on using the MP's PE command before the CPU module will be powered again.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcFlashUpdateError 8143
An error occurred while updating the PDHC firmware. More specific details of the update error may be displayed by the Firmware Update utility running on the MP.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellTypMismatchWSysfw 8147
The cell type (IPF or PA) does not match System FW type. The cell type is detected based on information stored in CPU modules' FRUID EEPROMs. The System FW type is determined based on data that is embedded in the System FW ROM image. This is checked each time Cell power transitions from off to on, and each time the System FW is updated. Following the detection of this mismatch, the Cell will not be allowed to boot until the problem has been resolved.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcPdhArbiterTimeout 8149
This event is emitted after the PDHC has waited longer than a maximum expected time for the PDH arbiter to grant it control of the PDH bus. The PDHC will continue waiting for control of the PDH bus until the arbiter grants it control, or the Cell is powered off using the MP's PE command. While waiting for the PDH bus, the PDHC will NOT perform its normal duties such as monitoring the Cell status, and passing messages from the system to the MP, and the PDHC heartbeat will not blink.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcGetSm4Timeout 8151
This event is emitted after the PDHC has waited longer than a maximum expected time to obtain control of the PDH bus semaphore. The PDHC will continue waiting for control of the PDH bus semaphore until System FW relinquishes control of the semaphore, or the Cell is powered off using the MP's PE command. While waiting for the PDH bus semaphore, the PDHC will NOT perform its normal duties such as monitoring the Cell status, and passing messages from the system to the MP, and the PDHC heartbeat will not blink. The data field contains debug data that may be useful for developers. Data_byte[0] = last value read from PDHC's address for the microSemaphore register. Data_byte[1] = boolean indicator (1=set,0=not_set) of whether the PDHC's flag is set. Data_byte[2] = boolean indicator (1=set,0=not_set) of whether the System FW's flag is set.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIpmiBmc2hostMsgFailure 8153
This event indicates that an error occurred while transmitting an IPMI message in the BMC2HOST direction. The data field contains more detailed information about the source of the error. Data Bytes 0 & 1 form a 16-bit IPMI error indicator that has the following values and meanings: 1 - IPMI_HOST_BUSY_TIMEOUT - The PDHC could not put a message in the BMC2HOST hardware message queue for over 10 seconds, so the pending message(s) were dropped. 2 - IPMI_INVALID_MSG_SIZE - The MP sent an IPMI message response that has an embedded size indicator that is less than 4 bytes or greater than the size of the message data. The poorly formed message response will be dropped. 3 - IPMI_BMC2HOST_Q_FULL - The BMC2HOST message queue in the PDHC is full, so a message response from the MP has been dropped.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEfiDebugLevelTokenErr 8154
EFI was unable to read the initial debug level from the BMC token. EFI will continue with an unknown value for the debug level. Data Field: Return status from internal EFI function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPortNotLandmined 8156
A XBC port was unexpectedly found to not be landmined. The data field consists of the XBC number (32:43) and the port number (44:55).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricValidateError 8159
The number of landmined XBC ports was not within the allowable range. There is a minimum number of landmined ports because some ports are always unused. There is a maximum number of landmined ports because there is a limit to the number of broken links allowed in a system. The data field shows the number of landmined ports found
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricISRInvalidBkp 8184
Data field contains the backplane type found. During Intra SKD Routing, the backplane type detected was either a Medel backplane or was unrecognized. The backplane could therefore not be routed. This is a firmware sanity check. Data Field: system type
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinWrZeroErrMaskError 8186
Prior to initializing the CC to XBC link, the XIN error mask should be zeroed out to prevent spurious errors from interfering with the link initialization. This write to zero out the error mask failed. Data Field: (cell << 56) | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCcPriModeRegRdStatus 8187
The Coherency Controller's (CC) XIN link did not initialize properly. The data field contains the return status from an attempted read of the CC Primary Error Mode CSR. (0 = SUCCESS)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCcPriModeRegRdData 8188
The Coherency Controller's (CC) XIN link did not initialize properly. The data field contains the data read from the CC Primary Error Mode CSR.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCcErrMaskRegRdStatus 8189
The Coherency Controller's (CC) XIN link did not initialize properly. The data field contains the return status from an attempted read of the CC Primary Error Mode CSR. (0 = SUCCESS)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCcErrMaskRegRdData 8190
The Coherency Controller's (CC) XIN link did not initialize properly. The data field contains the data read from the CC Error Mask CSR.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXingNeighborPortBad 8194
The neighbor's port connected to the link being crossed is not routable. This was the first attempt to cross the link, PDC will now look for another link it can cross. DATA: (xbcNum << 32 ) | (port << 44)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricISRRdFwdProgErr 8195
Fabric read error. Data field: (XBC number << 32 | return status)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricGetNeighborMaxLinksBroken 8198
Too many crossbar links are broken. Cell cannot boot, halting. Data field: XBC number << 32
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPmAssertionFailed 8199
For debug purposes, many assumptions made by the PM developer(s) are checked at run-time. If this event log is seen, it will either indicate that the hardware is in a unknown state that is not handled by the PM, or that a programming bug has been found. For developer debug purposes, the data field describes where in the code that the error was detected. Data Bytes[0-1]: The line number within the source code file where the error was detected. Data Bytes[2-7]: The first 6 characters of the source code file name.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPmFirmwareUnknownErr 8200
An unknown error has been detected by the PM firmware. For developer debug purposes, the data field describes where in the code that the error was detected. Data Bytes[0-1]: The line number within the source code file where the error was detected. Data Bytes[2-7]: The first 6 characters of the source code file name.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPmCriticalDebug 8202
This event is a tool to aid in the debugging and testing of firmware.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricLinkCorErrTestFailure 8205
Failed link testing to ensure that SBE and LPE errors are detected properly by the XBC. The XBC did not detect any errors. Data field indicates the return status: (1 = err detected, 0 = no err detected, -1 = XBC accesses failed)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInvalidCabinetNumber 8206
The data field contains the cabinet number that is invalid
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdIncompatibleFwRevs 8207
The cell indicated in the data field is at a different firmware revision than the reporting cell. This is determined by evaluating the checksums of the 2 rom images.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPmI2cWriteFailed 8212
An attempt to write to a device on the PM's I2C bus has failed. The Data field contains information that can identify the exact device that has failed. Refer to the UGUY ERS for a mapping of I2C device addresses to devices. Data Bytes[0-1]: Reserved Data Bytes[2-3]: I2C Device Address Data Bytes[4-5]: Starting Word Address Data Bytes[6-7]: Size of attempted access (in bytes).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPmI2cReadFailed 8214
An attempt to read from a device on the PM's I2C bus has failed. This event is only emitted when the PM is reading a BPS's. The Data field contains information that can identify the exact device that has failed. Refer to the UGUY ERS for a mapping of I2C device addresses to devices. Data Bytes[0-1]: Reserved Data Bytes[2-3]: I2C Device Address (to convert to BPS slot number subtract 1 and divide by 2) Data Bytes[4-5]: Starting Word Address Data Bytes[6-7]: Size of attempted access (in bytes).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellInfoError 8216
An error was encountered trying to obtain the data required for the cell information structure in ICM. The data field is an ASCII message that indicates the information that was not found.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSlaveConsoleSetupError 8218
An error was encountered establishing the slave cells use of the diva console.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtRegistryMoveToCoreCellError 8219
An error was encountered trying to relocate the registry on a slave cell to point to the core cells main memory structures.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtProfileGroupCCrcError 8220
The Calculated CRC for the group C Partition Profile did not match the stored value. The expected value and the actual value will be emitted in 2 sequential chassis codes.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcCoreCellSelectFail 8238
Not able to find a core cell in the PD during a global MCA error processing.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricAssertFabricUtils 8239
An unexpected error occurred while initializing the fabric. The firmware is not able to analyze this error. Clues to the cause of this error may be found in the IPMI forward progress log (FPL) either shortly before or after this log entry occurred. The FPL is available from the management processor using the 'sl' command. HP-UX also saves these logs in the /var/stm/logs/os directory, and they can be viewed using the slview utility.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSalPmiFwError 8240
An internal firmware error was encountered. This is usually caused by a bad parameter passed to a function, corrupt memory, corrupt malloc tables or something similar. The data field contains the IP address of the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOlaWrongNumberCells 8243
During the on line addition of a cell the partition adding the cell has determined inconsistent data as to which cell is being added. The cell addition will be aborted and the partition will resume execution without the new cell.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXbcRouteSourceCellPortErr 8257
An error occurred while reading the routing from the source cell's port on the source XBC. Data Field: (source cell << 56 | source XBC << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaCellIncompatible 8261
OLA cell cannot be added because it has resources that are not compatible with those already in the partition. Data field specifies the physical location of the cell which is incompatible and on which the OLA was attempted. The preceding chassis code or codes should already have been emitted specifying what the actual incompatibility was. The OLA cell will NOT be added to the partition, and the existing partition should not be affected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaCellDidNotReachRendezvous 8263
Root Cell attempted to OLA a cell which hung somewhere in the OLA process - the cell released from BIB but never made it to its final rendezvous state. Data field contains physical location of the hung OLA cell. The OLA cell will NOT be added to the partition, and the existing partition should not be affected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaCellStillAtBib 8264
Root cell attempted to OLA a cell that was never released from BIB. Data field contains the physical location of the cell that is being OLAD.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaCellUnexpectedCellState 8265
Partition attempted to OLA a cell in an unexpected Cell state. Data Field contains the unexpected cell state of the OLA cell. The OLA cell will NOT be added to the partition, and the existing partition should not be affected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaCellCantReachAliveCells 8267
Root cell will emit this chassis code indicating the OLA cell could reach all cells in the alive set of the existing partition. Data field will contain the physical location of the OLA cell. This chassis code should immediately follow a chassis code indicating exactly which cell the OLA cell could not reach. The OLA cell will not be added to the partition and the partition will be unaffected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMixedCpuCoreFreqInstalled 8269
CPU's of mixed maximum core frequencies are installed
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXinInitIntermittentFailure 8271
The Cell Controller-XBC link initialization is having an intermittent failure. The data field contains the number of initialization sequences that failed before being successful.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhErrClearOlaSteeringBit 8643
PDC failed clearing the OLA steering bit in the PDH FPGA microstatus register. Data field contains the physical location of the cell with the failure. This can only happen on an OLA cell and will cause that cell to reset and not to join the existing partition.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaFailedUpdatePdAddrMap 8645
The attempt to update the PD Addr Map to include OLA cell failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaFailedUpdatePdPdt 8646
Attempt to update the partition PDT with OLA cell PDT data has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaFailedUpdateCellMap 8647
Attempt to update the cell map to include the OLA Cell failed
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCc2XbcLinkInitFailed 8648
Fabric Discovery's final attempt to initialize the local cell's CC to Crossbar Chip (XBC) link has failed. This cell cannot talk to the fabric. Data: link init state bit read from the CC Link State register
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFwVirtualMappingError 8652
An internal firmware error was encountered. This is usually caused by a bad parameter passed to a function, corrupt memory, corrupt malloc tables or something similar. The data field contains the physical address that failed mapping to a virtual address
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinInitWriteErr 8676
Failure while writing the XBC CSR containing the link status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinInitReadErr 8677
Failure while reading the XBC CSR containing the link status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricLinkInitIntermittentFailure 8679
Fabric Discovery's attempt to initialize the local cell's CC to XBC link has failed. The link initialization sequence has an intermittent problem.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscPciInitnodeError 8690
An error was encountered while attempting to create and initialize a PCI device node
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscPciBusscanError 8691
An error was encountered while scanning the PCI bus
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscPciInitbridgeError 8692
An error was encountered while attempting to initialize a P2P bridge
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscPciIomapError 8693
Insufficient IO Port space to support the PCI card
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscPciMmiomapError 8694
Insufficient MMIO space to support the PCI card requirements
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscSbaInitnodeError 8709
An error was encountered while attempting to initialize the SBA node
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscSbaDiscoverError 8710
An error was encountered while attempting to discover SBA hardware
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscSbaResetError 8711
An error was encountered while attempting to reset the SBA
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscIolinkError 8712
An error was detected in the link between the CC and the I/O controller.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscCableError 8713
An SBA cable error has been detected
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscIoChassisPower 8714
Identified the cell number that is connected to the chassis.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaInitnodeError 8715
An error occurred while attempting to create or initialize an LBA node
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaWidthError 8716
An error was encountered while attempting to configure LBA rope bundling width
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaPhaseError 8717
error code
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaClearError 8718
An error occurred while attempting to clear an LBA error log register
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaLogError 8719
An error was encountered while attempting to generate LBA error logs
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaDiscoverError 8720
An error was encountered while attempting to discover LBA hardware
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaConfigError 8721
An error occurred while attempting to configure the LBA hardware
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaPciscanError 8722
An error was encountered while attempting to scan the PCI bus
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscLbaPciconfigError 8723
An error was encountered while attempting to configure PCI config space
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaCellErrAccessCmplxProfile 8745
The OLA cell failed accessing the complex profile. Cell will send Failed to OLA message back to partition and then reboot itself. Existing partition will not be affected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFwRelocMemErr 8747
A Firmware tries to find a main memory block large enough meeting alignment requirements.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaCellNotConfigInCmplxProfile 8752
Cell started OLA but is not configured in the complex profile of the partition. Cell will reboot to SINC_BIB. Existing partition will not be affected.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOptsNvmAllocError 8756
The Options service received an error when attempting to allocate an NVRAM storage block. Either an error was returned from the call, or the call returned successfully yet an invalid address was returned.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaUpdateRtcFailedOlaCell 8757
A failure occurred on the OLA cell during the attempt to synchronize its real time clock with the clock(s) in the existing partition. Data field contains physical location of OLA cell.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSalInfoTimeout 8758
Access to SAL error log procedure timed out because the log facility was busy processing a request from another CPU. Data field indicates the SAL procedure ID.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhIprNotClearedOnCell 8761
The PDH FPGA IPR is not cleared after a MAX_RD_CLR_IPR_TRIES on a cell. The Data Filed in the Cell number. See the next Chassis Code to see the MAX_RD_CLR_IPR_TRIES
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhIprClearAttempts 8762
Indicated the PDH FPGA IPR is not cleared after a number of PDC attempts. The Data Field contents the MAX_RD_CLR_IPR_TRIES. Please look at the previous Chassis Code to see the Cell number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootOlaUpdateRtcFailedExistingCell 8763
attempt to synchronize the Real-Time Clock of the OLA cell with the existing partition failed because the RTC on the core cell could not be read.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemIncompleteEchelon 8768
One or more dimms are missing from the echelon given in the data field. The dimms may not be installed or firmware was not able to detect the dimms.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRdPortStatePortInvalid 8771
The code that reads the port state (landmine vs. healthy) expects a XBC internal port number, it received bogus data. The port state cannot be read. Data Field: (port << 44) | (xbc num << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricWrPortStatePortInvalid 8772
The code that writes the port state (landmine vs. healthy) expects a XBC internal port number, it received bogus data. The port state cannot be read. Data Field: (port << 44) | (xbc num << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMainBpLpmFlt 8784
The main backplane is reporting the LPM status as fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoBpLpmFlt 8787
The IO backplane has reported a local power monitor fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCmplxProfileInitFailed 8797
System firmware was unable to default the complex profile
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPalSetProcFeaturesFailed 8798
Firmware call to set processor feature resulted in an error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtActiveLogNotFound 8806
This chassis code shows that the error log space in the NVRAM has not been allocated for the current error event. This will be emitted out whenever a error section is attempted to be logged without allocation of log space in NVRAM
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtReachedMaxErrorLogs 8807
This indicates that the error logs for a particular event type have reached the maximum allowed to be stored in the NVRAM. The event type is indicated in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOldNoCellToDelete 8814
System firmware has been invoked to perform a cell delete operation but no cell in the system appears to be ready for deletion.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBpsOvercurrent 8817
The bulk power supply is overcurrent
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBpsWarnOt 8818
Data: Bulk location.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErmOutOfHeap 8819
Error Response Mode code attempted a malloc of heap space that failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemDimmUnsupported 8821
The dimm in the physical location given by the data field is not supported on this platform. The dimm may not be supported by the hardware, or the dimm may not have been properly qualified for this platform.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOptsMallocError 8828
The OPTIONS component was unable to allocate NVRAM memory in order to store a non-volatile variable. The storage area for NVRAM options may be full, or there may be undetected corruption.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellHwDegraded 8837
A dimm or CPU has failed and is not operational for the system. This event is emitted prior to determining if the cell should be integrated into the Partition.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNotIntegratingCell 8839
A cpu or dimm error has been detected, and the Complex Profile, Cell Integration Table, Cell integration policy says to not integrate the cell into the PD. The data field is unused, but the cell that emitted this event is the one that did not get integrated.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoContextCorruptErr 8842
The IO error context is corrupt. This will impair IO error reporting.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoRopeFatal 8843
A rope went fatal from the SBA to the LBA. If all the ropes go fatal the IO subsystem is dead. Any I/O below the rope will not be accessible. The data field gives the physical location of the rope that went fatal. Some ROPE_FATAL conditions will not cause the system to go down. For Example, a rope that has gone fatal during an OLAR operation will only cause warnings to the user, not bring the partition down.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoBusFatal 8844
A PCI bus on the system is fatal. Any device on this bus is unavailable. Firmware was unable to complete card initialization due to an error. Data field contains physical location of failed bus.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoRopeUnitFatal 8845
One of the rope units in the SBA failed. If all of the rope units fail, then IO will not be available on this cell.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhFlashWriteEnableBitSetNowCleared 8851
The System Flash Write Enable bit is incorrectly set and now clearing by PDC. The Data field contains the value of PDH Miscellaneous Signal Register read before System Flash bit is cleared.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFirmwareInitError 8855
System firmware encountered an error while trying to perform an operation during system initialization. This event ID will always be emitted before an event ID that describes the status of the operation that failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcIncompleteCpuSet 8857
This means that all the cpus in the cell did not show up.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcIncompleteCellSet 8858
This means that all the cells did not rendezvous during the PD rendezvous. The data part will contain the Expected data and the actual mask of the cells that rendezvoused.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcTreeCheckFailed 8859
The FW tree sanity check failed during the MCA error processing.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcRegistryCheckFailed 8860
This means that the registry sanity check failed during MCA error handling.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcDuringOsMca 8861
This means that MCA occurred while OS_MCA was performing error recovery.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcMemDumpAbandon 8864
This means that memory dump will be abandoned due to work-around for CN2272. This happens when one of the Blocking timeout in the Processor input block of the Cell Controller occurs.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcFwTreeNotComplete 8865
The firmware tree is not complete and hence there will be no PD rendezvous.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAcpiConfigMismatch 8872
The firmware parameter that defines the ACPI configuration is inconsistent in at least one of the cells in the partition.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinErrOrderStatusClrFailed 8873
Writing the XIN_ERR_ORDER_STATUS register of the CC failed. This is some sort of a hardware failure. Data Field: return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricAssertFabricInit 8876
An unexpected error occurred while initializing the fabric. The firmware is not able to analyze this error. Clues to the cause of this error may be found in the IPMI forward progress log (FPL) either shortly before or after this log entry occurred. The FPL is available from the management processor using the 'sl' command. HP-UX also saves these logs in the /var/stm/logs/os directory, and they can be viewed using the slview utility.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInvalidPiromData 8877
A value read by the PDHC from a CPU module's Processor Information ROM was not within acceptable limits.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSettingFreqRatiosError 8882
An invalid parameter was specified when trying to set the cpu bus config register, cpu frequencies ratio field. Valid range is 0xe - 0x17
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOptsBlockCksumError 8883
The overhead structure of the OPTIONS block in NVRAM has a checksum error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricColaLocalCcLinkNotInit 8894
During a cell OLA, the link on the local cell failed to initialize. Data Field: (my cell << 32) | XIN Link State
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinInitDisableWrError 8895
An attempt to disable the fabric link failed because writing the CC CSR failed. Data Field: (cell << 56) | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinErrMaskUnknownBkp 8896
Could not determine the system type in order to write the appropriate error mask for the fabric link. Data Field: system type
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinWrErrMaskError 8897
Failed writing the XIN error mask for CC's fabric link. Data Field: (cell << 56) | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinRdErrMaskError 8898
Could not read the XIN Link error mask register. Data Field: (cell << 56) | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricInitCcLinkFailure 8900
The CC to CC link initialization sequence has failed. Data Field: link init status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtResetCommandError 8906
An error occurred while trying to notify the MP that a reset is about to occur (QPartitionReleaseBIB command). The status is in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricInitCcLinkDisableErr 8926
A fabric access error occurred while trying to disable the CC to CC link on a single cell Medel system. This cell will halt. Data field: error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricSetPortStateGetSm4Err 8930
While updating the Port State register, the cell could not get the XBC semaphore. Data field is: (Port Num << 44 | XBC num << 32 | return status). Where return status is: (0 Success; -1 Access Failure; -2 Semaphore Owned By Another, -3 Semaphore Already Owned; -4 XBC Key Contention)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricSetPortStateRlsSm4Err 8931
While updating the Port State register, the cell could not get the XBC semaphore. Data field is: (Port Num << 44 | XBC num << 32 | return status). Where return status is: (0 Success; -1 Generic Failure)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricAssertFabricErr 8936
An unexpected error occurred while initializing the fabric. The firmware is not able to analyze this error. Clues to the cause of this error may be found in the IPMI forward progress log (FPL) either shortly before or after this log entry occurred. The FPL is available from the management processor using the 'sl' command. HP-UX also saves these logs in the /var/stm/logs/os directory, and they can be viewed using the slview utility.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinLinkAlreadyInit 8939
While attempting to initialize the XIN link, it was found to already be initialized. A firmware assertion has failed. The link will not be re-initialized and processing should continue as normal. However, the system could be confused at this point.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNoCpuModulesFoundByPdhc 8940
The PDHC FW could not detect any CPU modules on its Cell board, so it is holding the Cell in reset.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuModCompatMismatch 8941
The Cell has been disabled by PDHC FW because the CPU modules are not compatible. Compatibility is determined based on data stored in the Scratch/FRUID EEPROM on each CPU module. The CPU module partition compatibility byte for each CPU module must be identical.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBadCpuModScratchCksum 8942
The Cell has been disabled because of invalid data in a CPU module Scratch EEPROM. PDHC FW checksums the FRUID data stored in each CPU module's Scratch EEPROM. If a checksum fails, the Cell is held in reset and will not boot. The data field identifies the CPU module that failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhBatteryLowWarning 8954
The battery voltage level is low for the cell. This indicates that the NVRAM will not be saved if the power is removed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRouteXbcCopyRoutingErr 8959
There was an error while copying the routing for the XBC to the local XBC port. The cell will reset. Data: (XBC port << 44) | (XBC num << 32) | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCopyRdBackFailed 8960
The read immediately after a write while copying routing registers failed. Data: whether or not the XBC Key was enabled
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRtgCompleteSm4RlsErr 8962
Failed to release a XBC Semaphore while marking each XBC in the complex to indicate that routing has completed. Data: (XBC num << 32) | return value
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRtgCompleteWrFwdPrgErr 8964
Writing this XBC's forward progress register failed. Data: (XBC num << 32) | return value
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRtgCompleteSm4AccessErr 8965
Failed to get a XBC Semaphore while marking each XBC in the complex to indicate that routing has completed. Skipping this XBC. Data: (XBC num << 32) | return value
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRtgCompleteTopologyErr 8966
Reading this XBC's topology register failed. Data Field: (xbc num << 32) | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRouteTraversableCc2CcErr 8968
Could not check the traversability between two cells on an XBCless platform. Data field: return status (1 = SUCCESS, 0 = FALSE, -1 = FAILURE)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricDataRouteTraversableCc2CcErr 8969
Could not check the traversability between two cells on an XBCless platform. Data field: return status (1 = SUCCESS, 0 = FALSE, -1 = FAILURE)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCc2ccTraverseLclXinRdErr 8970
While checking traversability of a 2 cell back to back system, there was an error reading the local cell's XIN block. Data Field: return status (1 or -1)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCc2ccTraverseRmtXinRdErr 8971
While checking traversability of a 2 cell back to back system, there was an error reading the local cell's XIN block. Data Field: return status (1 or -1)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCc2ccTraverseLclNotInit 8972
Could not traverse to the target cell. The XIN link is either not initialized, or is not connected to the target cell. However, the target cell is designated to be within the partition. Data Field: target cell << 56 | XIN link state register
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCc2ccTraverseRmtNotInit 8973
Could not traverse to the target cell. The XIN link is either not initialized, or is not connected to the target cell. However, the target cell is designated to be within the partition. Data Field: target cell << 56 | XIN link state register
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricDisableXinLinkReadErr 8974
Error reading the XIN_LINK_STATE register of the CC. This occurred while verifying that the link had been disabled. Data Field: cell being read << 56 | return status from the CSR read.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXinInitRetryReadErr 8975
Failure while reading the XBC CSR containing the link status. This occurred while attempting the retry process to get XBC to CC link initialized. Data Field: link init status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricAssertFabricCc 8976
An unexpected error occurred while initializing the fabric. The firmware is not able to analyze this error. Clues to the cause of this error may be found in the IPMI forward progress log (FPL) either shortly before or after this log entry occurred. The FPL is available from the management processor using the 'sl' command. HP-UX also saves these logs in the /var/stm/logs/os directory, and they can be viewed using the slview utility.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuRestricted 8979
The CPU that just completed self tests is functionally or performance restricted. The data field contains the Self Test State Parameter. The 2-bit state field (bits 1..0) can have the following values when this event is displayed: 01 - Performance Restricted - cpu still functions 10 - Functionally Restricted - cpu doesn't function properly
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhInvalidRtcCleared 8981
The RTC was found to be invalid and has been cleared
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtLstNotRun 8982
System firmware requested that Late Self Tests be run by PAL, but PAL returned that the tests did not actually run on the processor. The data field indicates the status word returned by PAL.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSetCellStateFabricFailure 8983
An attempt to update the cell state has failed due to a fabric crossbar failure. The cell number being updated in bits 63:56, while the traversable cell set (those cells connected to the fabric) is returned in bits 31:0
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootResetCellStateFailure 8984
Failed to reset a cell due to an error setting the cell's state. The cell will not be reset with the other cells in the PD. The cell number is reported in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemChipspareDeallocRank 9000
SFW has detected that a DRAM is failing on the DIMM specified by the physical location. The rank the failing DIMM is part of will be deallocated.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtClockFreqError 9019
Internal CPU clocks are not valid when compared with the real time clock. The data field contains the hex value of the elapsed time. If this value is off a small percentage from the expected value (which is given in the next chassis code), the event is emitted.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricColaInitTraversableErr 9020
Could not traverse the fabric to the cell being added. Data field: (chosen cell << 56) | return status, where -1 = failure
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricAttemptFocusedReroute 9021
A XBC port was found to be unhealthy on this reboot. This cell will attempt to route around it. Data field: (local Cell << 56) | (local internal Port << 44) | (local XBC << 32) | XBC internal port number being routed around.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCellRerouteNinfoErr 9022
Error getting the XBC port's expected neighbor from a firmware table. Data field: 0 (SUCCESS) or -1 (FAILURE)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootWakeCpuIsCpuDeconfigErr 9038
Either PDC is going to halt the cell or reset the partition because PDC was unable to access the PDH memory of either its local cell or another cell in the partition. The data field contains the error return value from PDC function IsHCellCpuDeconfig().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootWakeCpuGetCountersErr 9039
Either PDC is going to halt the cell or reset the partition because PDC was unable to access the PDH memory of either its local cell or another cell in the partition. The data field contains the error return value from PDC function SleepAndWakeupCountersGet().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootWakeCpuGetStructAddrErr 9040
Either PDC is going to halt the cell or reset the partition because PDC was unable to access the PDH memory of either its local cell or another cell in the partition. The data field contains the error return value from PDC function PdhGetHCellStructAddr().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCheckCpu4CompletionErr 9041
Either PDC is going to halt the cell or reset the partition because PDC was unable to access the PDH memory of either its local cell or another cell in the partition. The data field contains the error return value from PDC function HasCpuCompletedWakeupTask().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCheckCpuGetStructAddrErr 9042
Either PDC is going to halt the cell or reset the partition because PDC was unable to access the PDH memory of either its local cell or another cell in the partition. The data field contains the error return value from PDC function PdhGetHCellStructAddr().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtReconfigResetScheduled 9043
There is a need to reset the cell for reconfiguration, but it cannot be done yet because the cell has not reported at BIB. The Reset is being scheduled to be performed later.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtProfileWrongArchType 9045
When processing the complex profile, the an unexpected 'Architecture Type' was specified in the PA/IA Arch field. The actual data found is displayed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCheckCpuIsDeconfigErr 9046
While trying to determine whether or not a particular processor has completed the task for which it was awakened, PDC was unable to access the deconfig byte information about the target processor. A processor should always be able to access this data in PDH memory for any processor on its own cell and for any processor on a cell that is alive in the partition. Therefore, PDC is either going to halt the cell or reset the partition because of this problem. The data field contains the PDC error return status from IsHCellCpuDeconfig().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCheckCpuGetCountersErr 9047
While trying to determine whether or not a particular processor has completed the task for which it was awakened, PDC was unable to access the CPU's sleep and wakeup counters for the target processor. A processor should always be able to access this data in PDH memory for any processor on its own cell and for any processor on a cell that is alive in the partition. Therefore, PDC is either going to halt the cell or reset the partition because of this problem. The data field contains the PDC error return status from SleepAndWakeupCountersGet().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootPdMonarchRtnFromSwSetFpErr 9049
While trying to determine whether or not a particular processor has completed the task for which it was awakened, PDC was unable to access the CPU's forward progress state (i.e. PST state) for the target processor. A processor should always be able to access this data in PDH memory for any processor on its own cell and for any processor on a cell that is alive in the partition. Therefore, PDC is either going to halt the cell or reset the partition because of this problem. The data field contains the PDC error return status from CpuFpSet().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSlaveRtnFromFwSetFpErr 9051
While trying to determine whether or not a particular processor has completed the task for which it was awakened, PDC was unable to access the CPU's Forward Progress State (i.e. PST state) for the target processor. A processor should always be able to access this data in PDH memory for any processor on its own cell and for any processor on a cell that is alive in the partition. Therefore, PDC is either going to halt the cell or reset the partition because of this problem. The data field contains the PDC error return status from CpuFpSet().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootProblemBranchingToPgzLocation 9052
At a certain point in PDC boot, all of the processors in the partition except the PD monarch are put into a sleep, and they remain there until they are awakened by the PD monarch, at which time they read an architected location in Page Zero to find out where to branch to. This gives the OS a mechanism by which to bring processors under its control and have it executing OS code. This chassis log is sent if and when a problem is detected by PDC regarding the contents in the Page Zero location. This means that PDC cannot branch to the location logged in the Page Zero location. So, PDC sends this chassis log and then the processor returns to sleep. The data field is unused.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootBadCpuOrder 9084
The Data Field contains the value used to determine a valid order.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootSlpWakeCntrsStructAddrErr 9364
While trying to get the sleep counter and the wakeup counter for a particular processor, which is kept in a data structure in PDH memory, PDC was unable to determine the address to the data structure on the remote cell. PDC is supposed to be able to calculate addresses to anything in PDH memory on other cells in the partition. The data field contains the PDC error return status from a function called PdhGetHCellStructAddr().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootGetSleepTimeoutStructAddrErr 9365
Error occurred accessing a PDC data structure. Depending upon the situation the cell or entire partition will be reset. The data field contains the return status for the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveSlavesDispatcherAddrErr 9367
PDC is about to halt the cell because PDC was unable to determine the GNI address of the SlaveDispatcher function of PDC relocated to memory by PDC. The data field contains the error return value from the function GetGniCodeAddrFromRomCodeAddr().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveSlavesCheckSlaveErr 9368
PDC is about to halt the cell because at least one of the processors didn't complete the task for which they were awakened and then return to sleep. The data field contains an error return status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveSlavesFpSetAddrErr 9370
PDC is about to halt the cell because PDC was unable to determine the GNI address of the CpuFpSet() function of PDC relocated to memory by PDC. The data field contains the error return value from the function GetGniCodeAddrFromRomCodeAddr().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveSlavesFpSetErr 9371
PDC is about to halt the cell because one or more of the slaves were unable to change their CPU FP state in PDH memory on the local cell. The data field contains an error return status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveCellMonarchsStructAddrErr 9372
PDC was trying to move the cell monarchs on each of the non-core cells into the Dispatcher, but in order to do that, the PD monarch needs to be able to read the CPU number of the cell monarch on each of the non-core cells, which is kept in a data structure on each of the cells. PDC was unable to get the address to the CELL_CPU_STATE structure in PDH memory in a cell in the partition. The data field is the error return status from the PDC function called PdhGetHCellStructAddr().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveCellMonarchsCheckSlaveErr 9373
PDC is about to reset the partition because at least one of the processors didn't complete the task for which they were awakened and then return to sleep. The data field contains the error return status from the PDC function CheckSingleSlave().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveCellMonarchsFpSetAddrErr 9375
PDC is about to reset the partition because it is unable to determine the GNI address for the CpuFpSet() function for one or more of the cells in the partition. The data field contains the error return status from GetGniCodeAddrFromRomCodeAddr().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveCellMonarchsFpSetErr 9376
PDC is about to reset the partition because one or more of the processors were unable to successfully modify their CPU FP State (aka their PST state). The data field contains the error return status from the CpuFpSet() function.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootDualCoreInitFail 9379
MX2 initialization failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootDeconfigCpuModulePair 9380
A cpu that is attached to a cpu that is slated for deconfiguration is being deconfigured as well.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootVirtualizeDualCoreRegistersFail 9382
FW failed to virtualize the mx2 interposer.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootVirtualizeDualCoreInterposerFail 9383
FW has failed to virtualize the mx2 interposer.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootInstallPmiHandlerFailed 9385
Installation of the FW PMI handler has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcCellIncompatable 9388
Cell and or cpus have failed compatibility checks.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcPdhNotAvailable 9389
PDH space not available after release from reset.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcMponFailed 9390
MPON failed to release.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcDillonResetFailed 9391
Dillon failed to reset.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhcDmdClockFailed 9392
DMD clock is not running.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAllCpusDeconfOnCell 9394
All possible CPUs on a cell have been scheduled for deconfiguration.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricLogRoutingRdErr 9403
A read error occurred while dumping the XBC port routing registers during boot. This cell will attempt fabricless boot. Data field: (XBC port << 48) | (XBC num << 32) | error status reg
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricLinkRendezDisableErr 9412
After cell rendezvous for a 2 cell Medel, only one cell made it into the partition. Disabling the link failed. The cell will reset for reconfig. Data Field: return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAcDeletedA0 9417
Power is no longer being supplied to input A0 on the cabinet specified in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAcDeletedA1 9418
Power is no longer being supplied to input A1 on the cabinet specified in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAcDeletedB0 9419
Power is no longer being supplied to input B0 on the cabinet specified in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAcDeletedB1 9420
Power is no longer being supplied to input B1 on the cabinet specified in the data field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCc2CcLinkDisableErr 9428
Failed to disable the XIN link init CSR on a XBCless system. Cell will halt. Data field: return status (0 = SUCCESS, -1 = FAILURE), -1 is expected for this event.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricISREarlyCopyRoutingErr 9430
Error writing the XBC port's routing registers. The cell will reboot. Data Field: XBC port << 44 | XBC num << 32 | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricClrLinkInitBitErrMaskRd 9431
Could not read the XIN error mask register on the CC. Data Field: cell number and return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricClrLinkInitBitErrMaskWr 9432
Could not write the XIN error mask register on the CC. Data Field: cell number and return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricPortPairRdPstatusErr 9433
While testing link traversability, a XBC CSR could not be read. Data Field: Port Number << 44 | XBC Number << 32 | return value
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPdhBatteryPowerLow 9438
The Battery-Low interrupt was signaled in the Interrupt Pending Register in Dillon (PDH) by the hardware. PDHC is merely reporting the problem.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNoHandoffToOsMca 9440
This means that the system FW MCA handler is not going to handoff to the OS_MCA handler.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootRtnFromSwCantGetCounters 9441
When returning from other software, like when returning from ISL, PDC is trying to make sure that all of the slave processors in the partition are asleep; however, this event ID indicates that we were unable to access PDH memory of a cell that is supposed to be part of our partition. The data field contains the error return status from a function called SleepAndWakeupCountersGet().
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootRtnFromSwCpuNotAsleep 9442
When returning to PDC from other software, like returning from ISL, PDC tries to verify that all the slave processors are in the expected state (i.e. that all slave processors are asleep); however, this event ID indicates that at least one processor active in the partition was not asleep. So, PDC is going to reset the partition. The data field of this Event ID is the global CPU number of the first CPU in the partition not found in the expected state.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootDeconfigAbsentCantSetCpuState 9445
PDC could not access one of its own data structures on the local cell. The cell will be halted. The data field contains the return status from the PDC function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramBlockTableCorrupt 9448
The NVRAM-based descriptor for System Firmware NVRAM blocks is corrupt.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootMoveSlavesSetTimeoutErr 9450
The cell will be reset because it was unable to access PDH memory on its own cell. While trying to move all the slave processors on the cell to the 'late boot sleep', the monarch tried to write the sleep timeout to PDH memory on its own cell, but encountered an error in doing so. The data field contains a PDC return status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootReconfigAllCpus 9460
All CPUs have been determined to be manually deconfigured in NVM during boot. This may only happen when switching from single core CPU deconfiguration to multi-core CPU deconfiguration in product qualification testing. As a recovery, NVM settings have been changed to reconfigure all CPUs.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootGetNumcoresFailure 9461
A failure has occurred trying to determine the number of CPU cores per module. Depending upon the situation, either the cell will be halted or the entire partition will be reset.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRmtRoutePortTopoErr 9465
While writing the remote routing, the local XBC could not be accessed to determine the topology. Look for additional chassis codes to determine what will happen as a result of this failure. Data field: return status, either SUCCESS (0) or (-1)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCellRerouteFailure 9466
Failed to route around a broken link on cell reboot. Data Field: PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRdFailedLinksError 9468
Could not read the XBC register that contains the number of links that are currently broken on the complex. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricWrFailedLinksRdError 9469
Could not read the XBC register that contains the number of links that are currently broken on the complex. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricWrFailedLinksWrError 9470
Could not write the XBC register that contains the number of links that are currently broken on the complex. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricIncFailedLinksRdError 9471
Could not read the XBC register that contains the number of links that are currently broken on the complex. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricIncFailedLinksWrError 9472
Could not write the XBC register that contains the number of links that are currently broken on the complex. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricIncFailedLinksHitLimit 9473
Too many broken crossbar links were found. This cell will have no connectivity to other cells in the complex. It will attempt a fabricless boot, except in a few configurations. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | number of broken links
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRtgCompleteRdFldLinksErr 9474
Could not read the XBC register that contains the number of links that are currently broken on the complex. Data Field: PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRtgCompleteWrFldLinksErr 9475
Could not write the XBC register that contains the number of links that are currently broken on the complex. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCellRerouteRdXbcErr 9476
Could not read the XBC register that marks the ports that have been routed around. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCellRerouteNbrNotReachable 9477
The PIOB route to the remote XBC was not traversable. The cell will halt. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricCellRerouteSm4RlsErr 9479
Could not release the remote XBC's semaphore. Cell will halt. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRmtRoutePortBcastWrErr 9480
Failed to complete a broadcast write to an XBC. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRmtRoutePortRdErr 9481
Failed to complete a read to the built-in port of a XBC. Data Field: (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRmtRoutePortWrErr 9482
Failed to complete a write to the local cell's port of the XBC. Data Field: (XBC Port << 44) | (XBC Num << 32) | PDC return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoLinkSubsystemFailed 9484
The link between the CC and SBA failed meaning that I/O is not available to the reporting cell.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoSbaSubsystemFailed 9485
An error was detected in the SBA and the reporting cell has no I/O.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoErrengineError 9486
The structured exception handling within the system firmware failed during I/O initialization.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscEeMallocErr 9487
There is not enough malloc resources for the I/O structure exception handling. I/O on the reported cell is not available.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscEeCreatetreeErr 9488
Error creating the structure for housing the I/O structured exception handling services and data. I/O is lost on the reporting cell.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscEeAttachserviceErr 9489
Unable to bind the I/O structure exception handling to the internal data structures.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscEeInitErr 9490
Error detected while initializing the I/O structure exception handling services.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscEeInitializationErr 9491
Error initializing the I/O structure exception handling data structures.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscEeContextErr 9492
The structured I/O exception handling data structures have an error. All I/O on the reporting cell is not available.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscCreateSbaNodeErr 9493
While setting up the internal SBA data and service an error was detected. All I/O for the reporting cell is not available.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscSbaAttachserviceErr 9494
An error attaching firmware services to the internal structures was detected. All I/O on the reporting cell is not available.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscSbaInitnodeErr 9495
System firmware detected an error initializing internal SBA data structures and services. This is usually an error with unavailable resources.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDiscSbaUnknownErr 9496
The SBA type is unknown to the system firmware. The I/O on the reporting cell is not available.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoDeviceMissing 9497
An expected I/O device cannot be detected by the system firmware.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricRmtRoutePortBadReroute 9498
Too many broken links! The XBC port route around failed because the route-around port was bad too. Data field: (XBC port << 44) | (XBC num << 32) | port state
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAgtPredictMemFail 9652
ECC (Error Checking and Correcting) memory is designed to detect and correct single-bit errors that occasionally occur in computer systems. This memory module is currently correcting many single bit errors.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtWinAgtLockedProperty 9653
Server Agents SNMP branch is not responding due to a portion of the IPMI Management Subsystem being locked by another entity.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIoPciPowerOverloadErr 9658
A non-hot plug I/O slot's power consumption increases the total I/O power consumption beyond the supported limit. Firmware will display the following EFI error message, 'I/O configuration exceeds power limit' and disallow O/S boot. Data Field: Physical location of the I/O slot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemSbeSeedingEnabled 9659
This is a warning that the system is running in a degraded mode. It will only be emitted in MFG mode when Memory SBE Seeding is enabled. This is only for testing of SBE seeding for LAB and possibly MFG use ONLY. It should NEVER be seen in the field.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricWrFailedLinksTopoErr 9661
Read failure while writing the number of failed links to the XBC. Data Field: Return Status (SUCCESS = 0, FAILURE = -1)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootErrInitGroupCPaFields 9663
PDC could not access a complex profile. The partition will be reset because the available complex profile is not valid. Data field contains the return status from the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricAssertFabricHop 9666
An unexpected error occurred while initializing the fabric. The firmware is not able to analyze this error. Clues to the cause of this error may be found in the IPMI forward progress log (FPL) either shortly before or after this log entry occurred. The FPL is available from the management processor using the 'sl' command. HP-UX also saves these logs in the /var/stm/logs/os directory, and they can be viewed using the slview utility.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFailedReadingProfileCInIcm 9668
PDC could not access a complex profile. The partition will be reset. Data field contains the return status from the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricHaltLinkDisableErr 9670
Before attempting a fabricless boot, the cell's link to the fabric should be disabled to provide isolation and stability. The link could not be disabled, so the cell will halt.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootGetSpiromGetSiblingErr 9674
Configuration information on the processor was invalid. The cell will be halted. Data field contains the return value from the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuClockRatioMismatch 9678
The clock ratio that the processor is running at does not match the clock ratio that manageability is reporting.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootStopBootOverride 9681
The user has manually bypassed a stop boot condition (caused by an error during boot) and continued to boot an O/S. The system might experience unpredictable failures.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVgaBiosRelocFail 9682
Firmware was unable to relocate the VGA BIOS to the hardcoded VGA BIOS region in main memory (physical address range 0xc0000 - 0xdffff). VGA routing has been disabled by firmware. No VGA device will be accessible on this boot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCompMatrixXsumError 9685
The component compatibility matrix stored in NVRAM and used by system firmware has a checksum error. The stored value does not equal the calculated value. The data field will contain first the expected value, and the subsequent code will contain the actual data.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootGetDefaultRdrsFailed 9695
PDC could not read an internal CPU register. The partition will be reset. Data field is the return status from the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootGetCurrentRdrsFailed 9696
PDC could not read an internal CPU register. The partition will be reset. Data field is the return status from the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootReadPrefetchFailed 9697
PDC failed reading a value out of its own copy of the internal CPU register settings. Data field is a status return indicating the type of failure.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootReadZlcoFailed 9698
PDC failed reading a value out of its own copy of the internal CPU register settings. Data field is a status return indicating the type of failure.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootUpdateZlcoAndPrefetchFailed 9700
PDC attempted to update CPU registers to match their respective settings in the complex profile, but a failure was returned from the call to accomplish the update. Data field contains the failure.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootErrorReadingZlcoFlagInPdProfile 9701
PDC could not access a complex profile. The partition will be reset.. Data field contains the return status from the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFindCoreCellCmplxProfileAcErr 9706
PDC could not access a complex profile. The cell will be reset. Data field contains the return status from the function that encountered the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFindCoreCellConfigSelectErr 9707
Could not find a potential core cell for the partition in the configured set. This cell will reset for reconfiguration. Data Field: return status from failing function
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellLclCantFindViable 9708
The potential core cell was not viable (i.e. no core I/O, etc). This cell will reset for reconfiguration. Data Field: bit mask of cells that made the rendezvous set
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootCellRmtCantFindViable 9709
The potential core cell was not viable (i.e. no core I/O, etc). This cell will reset for reconfiguration. Data Field: bit mask of cells that made the rendezvous set
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFindCoreCellNotInRendez 9710
The potential core cell did not rendezvous with the rest of the partition. This cell cannot talk to the selected core cell. This cell will reset for reconfiguration. Data Field: bit mask of cells that made the rendezvous set
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFindCoreCellLclNotViable 9711
The local cell is disconnected from the rest of the system due to the main backplane configuration. While the partition is only configured to contain a single cell, the local cell is not a viable core cell. The cell will reset for reconfiguration. Data Field: bit mask of cells that made the rendezvous set
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootFindCoreCellFabriclessPdErr 9712
This cell has booted without the main backplane, probably due to prior main backplane errors. The partition it is in is configured with 3 or more cells. The combination of these two configurations is not allowed. The cell will reset for reconfiguration. Data Field: configured set
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtRtcAccessError 9719
While validating the internal RTC data the data is read twice and compared. If the comparison fails to match the read is performed again up a maximum of 50 times. If we cannot get a match in 50 retries we issue this event.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootAccessCellArchErr 9727
PDC attempts to make sure that all of the cells in a partition are installed in the same processor architecture. PDC failed to read the architecture for another cell. PDC will reset all of the cells in the partition when this error is detected. The data field contains the physical location of the cell reporting the event.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcLogSizeErr 9740
The buffer size passed in to the XBC error logging routine through SAL_GET_STATE_INFO, SAL_CLEAR_STATE_INFO, or MCA logging is too small for the XBC error log Data field consists of: XBC number (32:43)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcLogClearErr 9741
System firmware was unable to clear an XBC error. The data field contains: XBC number (32:43) port number (44:55) error type (0:31)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscPciLogError 9744
Error encountered while collecting PCI error logs. The result is some or all PCI error logs will be unavailable.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIodiscSbaLogError 9745
Error encountered while collecting SBA error logs. The result is some or all SBA error logs will be unavailable.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcInitMaxRetries 9746
During fabric initialization, if a crossbar is found to be in an unexpected state, the number of retries is incremented. If the number of retries exceeds the maximum, then something is wrong and there is no way to initialize the fabric. Data field: number of retries (0:31), crossbar number (32:63)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtWinAgtPredictMemFailWarning 9750
ECC (Error Checking and Correcting) memory is designed to detect and correct single-bit errors that occasionally occur in computer systems. This memory module is currently correcting many single bit errors.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtWinAgtPredictMemFailCritical 9751
ECC (Error Checking and Correcting) memory is designed to detect and correct single-bit errors that occasionally occur in computer systems. This memory module is currently correcting many single bit errors.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPciFatalRopeParityErr 9753
A error occurred on the bus connecting the PCI card to the system bus.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPciFatalBusError 9754
A PCI card has been marked as 'fatal' by the operating system due to a bus error. The LBA has been isolated by the operating system due to an error which occurred in a device(s) connected to that LBA.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPciFatalDeviceError 9755
A PCI card has been marked as 'fatal' by the operating system due to a device error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootErrorReadingFirstBootToken 9768
Firmware tried to read the first boot token an got a failure. The data field contains the token number that FW tried to read. This is a stop boot condition
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBootNonPaCellDetected 9769
monarch PA cell has detected that a cell it is attempting to rendezvous into its PD is not a PA cell and is thus incompatible.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricErrorsXbcClearWrErr 9774
A XBC error could not be cleared due to a write failure. The data field indicates the type of error: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricErrorsXbcClearRdGlblErr 9775
Failed to read the XBC Global CSR Error Status register. Data Field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricErrorsXbcClrLoSevErr 9776
The XBC CSR Low Severity error was not cleared or more errors remain. Data Field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | contents of the XBC CSR Error Status Register
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricErrorsXbcClrHiSevErr 9777
The XBC CSR High Severity error was not cleared or more errors remain. Data Field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | contents of the XBC CSR Error Status Register
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricErrorsXbcClearRdPortErr 9778
Failed to read the XBC Port Error Status register. Data Field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricErrsCsrLogClrRdSlicesErr 9780
Failed to read the XBC Global CSR Error Status register. Data Field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricErrsCsrLogClrCopyBlk0Err 9781
Firmware failed to copy the XBC CSR Error symbol 01 registers into a data structure on the stack. Data Field: address where the register contents are being copied
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricErrsCsrLogClrCopyBlk2Err 9782
Firmware failed to copy the XBC CSR Error symbol 23 registers into a data structure on the stack. Data Field: address where the register contents are being copied
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXbcLoStateResetErr 9783
Firmware was unable to reset the XBC CSR Low Severity error log state. Data Field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricClrXbcSym01Failure 9784
The XBC Low Severity error logs were not cleared. Data Field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | number of failed clear attempts
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricClrXbcIsLoCsrErrErr 9785
Reading the XBC CSR Error Status register failed. Data field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricClrXbcRdLoLogStateErr 9786
Failed to read a XBC Global scratch register that indicates if new, unlogged errors have been encountered. Data field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXbcHiStateResetErr 9787
Firmware was unable to reset the XBC CSR Low Severity error log state. Data Field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricClrXbcIsHiCsrErrErr 9788
Reading the XBC CSR Error Status register failed. Data field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricClrXbcRdHiLogStateErr 9789
Failed to read a XBC Global scratch register that indicates if new, unlogged errors have been encountered. Data field: (XBC Port Num << 56) | (XBC Num << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPlatformCacheHashingError 9801
An error occurred while enabling hashing in the platform cache. The data field contains the status.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabricXbcWriteableInvalidCsr 9827
A write to an invalid XBC CSR address was attempted. The write will not be allowed. The severity of this result will be determined by the calling function. Data Field: XBC CSR address that was attempted
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMcCellsLostConnection 9832
It indicates loss of cell connectivity in the partition during a global MCA processing.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBuildErrCellDevTree 9849
Error status of building the cell-level firmware device tree
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgFsbInit 9867
An error has occurred during CPU FSB interface initialization. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuParams 9868
An error has occurred while obtaining CPU parameters from the CPU abstraction layer. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuIcache 9869
An error occurred while getting CPU icache parameters from the CPU abstraction layer. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured if this error occurs during system boot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuDcache 9870
An error occurred while obtaining CPU dcache parameters from the CPU abstraction layer. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured if error occurs during system boot.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuCacheState 9871
An error occurred while initializing the CPU cache to a known state. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuCacheMonitor 9872
An error occurred while enabling CPU cache error monitoring. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuMca 9873
An error occurred while enabling some machine error check traps on a CPU. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuDisableMca 9874
An error occurred while disabling marching error check traps on a CPU. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuSelfTest 9875
An error occurred during the serialized CPU late selftests. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuL2Cache 9876
An error occurred while enabling the CPU L2 shared cache. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuDefValue 9877
An error while getting default values for programmable CPU internal registers from the CPU abstraction layer. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuInReg 9878
An error occurred while getting an address for a CPU internal register within a buffer from the CPU abstraction layer. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgCpuProgReg 9879
An error occurred while programming CPU internal registers with final configuration values. The datafield contains a 32-bit error number and 32-bits of additional error information. The CPU will be deconfigured.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNoMemSelfTest 9896
There was not enough error free memory in the system to run the late selftests.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellLatchOpen 10060
The left cell ejector on the specified cell is open.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDcnfgRightCellLatch 10061
The right ejector latch on the specified cell board is open.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellLatchSensorBad 10062
The optical emitters on the cell latch sensors are not functioning.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVrmVltFault 10063
The specified vrm is reporting a fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVrmTempFlt 10064
The specified vrm is reporting a fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVrmFlt 10065
The specified rail is reporting a fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVrmIoVltFlt 10068
The specified pci vrm is reporting a voltage fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPwrBrickVltFlt 10069
The specified pci power brick is reporting a voltage fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVrmBkPlaneTempFlt 10070
The specified vrm is reporting a temperature fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBkPlanePwrBrickTempFlt 10071
The specified pci power brick is reporting a temperature fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBkPlanVrmRailFlt 10072
The specified vrm rail is reporting a fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBkPlanePwrBrkFlt 10073
The specified pci brick is reporting a fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBkPlaneVrmVltFlt 10103
The specified system backplane vrm is reporting a module voltage fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBkPlaneVrmTempFlt 10104
The specified system backplane vrm is reporting a temperature fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBkPlaneFlt 10105
The specified system backplane rail is reporting a fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMstrMpFailed 10115
The master mp has failed. The slave has taken over management of the cabinet.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramAlloc 10116
The NVRAM service was unable to satisfy an NVRAM allocation request.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtRtcTimeReg 10132
The RTC seems to not be updating its internal time registers. The cell cannot boot without the RTC.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPAAFltMx2 10159
An uncorrectable Power Aware Architecture (PAA) fault has occurred on the MX2 module and PAA firmware has halted. The system will continue to run without PAA firmware.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAPIopenLnkLocCell 10209
fabric API is about to open the a link going out of the local cell
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCSRreadUnsuccessTimeOut 10272
An Arches fabric CSR read was unsuccessful because of a timeout.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCSRWriteUnsuccess 10273
An Arches fabric CSR write was unsuccessful
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDataErrEncount 10343
The event data details the error return status from Phase3BackToBackPrep. Internal debug only, this refers to an unexpected firmware error or data corruption.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtConfigMaxMemory 10351
The maximum memory supported by this system has been exceeded. The data field contains the amount of memory supported by the system.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailDelBadPort 10357
Failed to delete a bad port while routing the fabric. Data field indicates return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailDelBadEdge 10358
failed to delete an edge that was found to be bad during routing
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCommandMemBuf 10361
A command to the memory buffer chip failed to complete.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnsupprtArflsCsrRouteTravsble 10375
The Arches Fabric function ArfIsCsrRouteTraversable was called for a back-to-back system. This is unsupported, ArfIsCsrRouteTraversable should only be called for systems with crossbars. No data.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInvalidPortToTravsble 10376
An invalid port number was given as an input to an Arches Fabric Traversability function. The port is expected to be an internal XBC num (8-15), but the actual port was not. Data field: (XBC number << 32) | (port number << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnbleRdXBCPortNghbr 10377
Unable to read XBC port neighbor information. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCPortUnexpctNghbrChip 10378
XBC port with an unexpected neighbor chip type. Data field: (expected chip type) | (actual chip type << 16) | (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCPortHaveUnxpctNghbrID 10379
An XBC port was found to have an unexpected neighbor ID. Data field: (expected NID) | (actual NID << 16) | (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCHaveUnexpctNghbrPrtConn 10380
An XBC was found to have an unexpected neighbor port connection. Data field: (expected port) | (actual port << 16) | (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDataNotFndEdgLst 10381
The expected data was not found in the Arches Fabric expected edge list. Data field is unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCPrtUnxpctNgbrChip 10382
An XBC port has an unexpected neighbor chip type. Data field: neighbor type found, bits [7:0], other bits unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCtoXBCLnkDwn 10384
A previously good XBC-XBC link was found to be down. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCprtFndErrTravsbl 10385
An XBC port was found to have a Fatal Error during traversability test. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnblRdLnkCelFabCSR 10386
Unable to read the local cell's LINK_SEL_FABRIC CSR Data field: unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUblRdXBCrouteTbl 10387
Unable to read the XBC route table. Data field: (route index) | (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCLnkNotConnCSRTravsbl 10388
An XBC link was found to be not connected while testing CSR traffic traversability. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrRdAlrecAlbIdCsr 10389
Error reading Skyline ALREC_ALB_ID CSR Data field: (Skyline port) | (Cell number << 56)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCirRoutFndTstXbcCsr 10390
A circular route was found while testing XBC CSR traffic traversability. Data field: (target XBC << 32) | (cellNum << 56)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCRdErrAlrecAlbIdCsr 10391
Error reading ALREC_ALB_ID CSR for an XBC port. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBC-XBCPrtHavInvldChipCnn 10392
An XBC-XBC port had an invalid chip type connection. Data field: (expected chip type) | (actual chip type << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtArflsXbcRotTravrsblCalBakToBak 10393
ArfIsXbcRouteTraversable was called on a back-to-back system which is an improper use of the function. Data field: unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXBCToXBClnkFndFatErr 10394
In ArfIsXbcRouteTraversable, an XBC-XBC link was found to have fatal errors. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablRdXbcRotTblEnblMskCsr 10395
Unable to read the XBC ROUTE_TABLE_ENABLE_MASK CSR. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrRdXbcRotTablCsr 10396
Error reading an XBC ROUTE_TABLE CSR. Data field: route index | (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPrtErrRdAlrecAlbIDCsr 10397
Error reading ALB ALREC_ALB_ID CSR for an XBC port. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPrtFndUnxpctNgbrChip 10398
An XBC port was found with an unexpected neighbor chip. Data field: expected chip type | (actual chip type << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCelPrtPairNotFndGrphDat 10401
A cell/port pair was not found in the expected graph data. Data field: (cellNum << 32) | CC portNum
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtArchFabFndLocCelLnkNotConn 10402
Arches Fabric Traversability code unexpectedly found the local cell link not connected. Data field: linkState (0 = connected, 1 = link pending, 2 = not connected, -1 = error)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcErrRdRoutCsr 10403
Error reading the ROUTEx CSR on the XBC. Data field: route index | (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcUnablRdAlrecAlbIdCsr 10404
Unable to read the ALB ALREC_ALB_ID CSR for an XBC port. Data field: (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtXbcPrtHasUnxpctNgbrChptype 10405
An XBC port has an unexpected neighbor chip type. Data field: expected neighbor chip type | (actual neighbor chip type << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCelToCelLnkHasUnxpctNgbrChpType 10406
A Cell-Cell link has an unexpected neighbor chip type. Data field: expected neighbor chip type | (actual neighbor chip type << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCelPrtPairNotExstGrphDat 10407
The cell/port pair does not exist in the Arches Fabric expected graph data. Data field: CC port | (cellNum << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCelToCelLnkConnUnxpctNgbrPrt 10408
A Cell-Cell link is connected to an unexpected neighbor port. Data field: expected neighbor port | (actual neighbor port << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCelToCelLnkConnUnxpctCel 10409
A Cell-Cell link is connected to an unexpected cell. Data field: expected neighbor ID | (actual neighbor ID << 16) | (target cell << 32) | (local cell << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEFIDrvrFailLoad 10412
An EFI Driver may be corrupt.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVmRetErrNonCohTbl 10413
VM_FindAllRoutes returned an unexpected error during Non-Coherent table setup. Data field: (return value) | (source cell << 32) | (target cell << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNctTblWrtGlobLnkSelNonCohFail 10414
In SetupNCTable, a write to the GLOBAL_LINK_SEL_NONCOH CSR failed. Data field: (data written to CSR) | (actual CSR data read << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNctTblFailArfPhs3 10415
SetupNCTable failed in ArfPhase3. Data field: cell set passed in to SetupNCTable
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPostRndevzFailPrepBckToBckSys 10427
A failure occurred while prepping a back-to-back system for post-rendezvous Arches Fabric setup. Data field: return value from Phase4BackToBackPrep
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtArfPhs4UnablSetNonCohLnk 10429
ArfPhase4 was unable to set up the Non-Coherent link select to at least one cell in its alive/gsm sharing set. Data field: bitmap of unreachable cells
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablSetNonCohRout 10431
Unable to set the Non-Coherent route. Data field: (sourceCell << 32) | (cell set passed in to SetupNCTable)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnableSetCohRoutCel 10432
Unable to setup the Coherent route table for a cell in our partition. Data field: (sourceCell << 32) | (cell set passed in to SetupCohTable)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrWrtXbcRoutTblEnblMskCsr 10435
Error writing the XBC ROUTE_TABLE_ENABLE_MASK CSR. Data field: (route set to disable) | (xbcNum << 32) | (xbc port << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVertxRetUnxpctErrNonCohTbl 10436
The Arches Fabric vertex module returned an unexpected error during Non-Coherent table setup. Data field: (return value) | (sourceCell << 32) | (dest cell << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtWrtSkyGlobLnkSelCohFail 10439
A write to a Skyline Global LINK_SEL_COHx CSR failed. Data field: cell number of the Skyline that failed, bits [7:0]. Other bits unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablWrtXbcPrtCsr 10475
Unable to write the XBC port scratch CSR with the routing state. Data field: (routing state) | (xbcNum << 32) | (portNum << 48)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwUnAccesComplxProf 10481
Couldn't get the configured set during Fabric Init
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwDetctErrFabInit 10482
Error while running the Arches Fabric API part of Fabric Init.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwDetctFailFabInit 10483
Failure while running the Fabric API part of Fabric Init.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwDetctErrFabOptimz 10487
An error was encountered while running the Fabric API to optimize the fabric.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInPwrUPSFail 10489
Input power to the specified UPS has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUpsRestored 10490
Input power to the specified UPS has been restored.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUpsExhausted 10495
The system is being powered down as UPS power is exhausted.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSALFailRedzvsProcs 10509
During SAL Machine Check handling, SAL fail to round up all the processor entering SAL Machine check handler.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSALFailClrCECLog 10510
Sal failed to clear the CEC logs during Machine check handling. The data field return an ASCII name of the CEC that failed to clear.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwUnAccesXBCSemphr 10516
An error occurred while getting the XBC semaphore.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwDetctErrRelXBCGlobSemphr 10518
An error occurred while releasing the XBC Global Semaphore.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwDetctErrOwnXBCGlobSemphr 10519
An error occurred while checking the owner of the XBC Global Semaphore.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrFormXbcSemphrAddr 10520
An error occurred while forming the XBC semaphore address. Data Field: (xbc << 32) | (cell << 56)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrRdXbcGlobSemphr 10521
Error reading the XBC Global Semaphore. Data Field: (cell num << 56) | (xbc << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailGetXbcGlobSemphrAddr 10523
Failure to get the XBC Global Semaphore address. Data Field: (cell num << 56) | (xbc << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailWrtXbcGlobSemphr 10524
Failed to write the XBC Global Semaphore. Data Field: (cell num << 56) | (xbc << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailRdXbcGlobSemphr 10528
Failed to read the XBC Global Semaphore. Data Field: (cell num << 56) | (xbc << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailGetAddrXbcGlobSemphr 10529
Failed to get the address of the XBC Global Semaphore. Data Field: (cell num << 56) | (xbc << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailWrtXbcGlobSemphrAfrRls 10530
Failed to write the XBC Global Semaphore. Data Field: (cell num << 56) | (xbc << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailRelXbcGlobSemphr 10532
Failed to release the XBC Global Semaphore. Data Field: (cell num << 56) | (xbc << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabPhsExeInvlOrdr 10534
Fabric phases have been executed in an invalid order
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabPhsExeInvlOrdrDatExpctPhs 10535
Fabric phases have been executed in an invalid order. Data field indicates the expected phase.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailGetAddrXbcToXbcLnk 10558
Failed to get an address when opening XBC to XBC links. Data field is return value from GetAlbAddrBlk function. Internal debug only.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailOpnFabLnk 10559
Failed to open a fabric link. Data field: [31:0] - error status from OpenFabricLink [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrWrtXbcRetRout 10560
Error when writing the XBC return route. Data field: [31:0] - error status from WriteRouteReg [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrEnblXbcRetRout 10561
Error enabling the XBC return route. Data field: [31:0] - error status from WriteRouteEnable [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailDisprsRoutAcrssLnk 10564
failed to disperse the routes across links. Data field: [31:0] - error status from GetDispersedOutboundPort [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrSetXbcToXbcLnkRoutX 10565
Error setting up XBC-XBC link for routing across it. Data field: [31:0] - error status from SetupXbcToXbcLinks [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrRoutRemtside 10566
Error while routing the remote side of a route. Data field: [31:0] - error status from RouteRemoteXbcPort [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number [59:52] - Destination cell number:
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrGetAddrRoutRemtXbc 10567
Error getting address while routing the remote XBC. Data field: [31:0] - error status from GetAlbAddrBlk [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrGetNgbrInfo 10568
Error getting the neighbor info. Data field: [31:0] - error status from AlbGetNeighborInfo [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrFindShrtRout 10569
Error finding the shortest route. Most likely a firmware error or data corruption. Data field: [31:0] - error status from VM_FindShortestRoute [39:32] - Destination XBC ID [59:52] - Destination Cell number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrWrtRemtXbcRoutReg 10570
error writing the remote XBC routing register. Data field: [31:0] - error status from WriteRouteReg [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number [59:52] - Destination cell number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrEnblRoutRemtXbc 10571
error enabling the routes on the remote XBC. Data field: [31:0] - error status from WriteRouteEnable [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number [59:52] - Destination cell number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrWrtRoutRegLocXbc 10572
Error writing the routing register on the local XBC. Data field: [31:0] - error status from WriteRouteReg [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrWrtLocXbcRoutRegRchRemtCel 10573
Error writing the local XBC routing registers to reach a remote cell. Data field: [31:0] - error status from WriteRouteReg [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrEnblLocXbcRout 10574
Error enabling the local XBC routes. Data field: [31:0] - error status from WriteRouteEnable [39:32] - XBC ID [51:44] - XBC port number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSynGrphFailPhs4 10617
SynchGraphs() failed during Arches Fabric Phase 4. Data field: return value from SynchGraphs()
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVmVertxFailSyncGrph 10619
VM_DeleteVertex() failed in SynchGraphs(). Data field: (vertex id << 32) | (vertex type << 56) | (return value from VM_DeleteVertex())
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVmEdgFailFncSyncGrph 10620
VM_DeleteEdge() failed in the Arches Fabric function SynchGraphs(). Data field:(vertex id1 << 32) | (vertex port1 << 48) | (vertex type1 << 56) | (vertex id2 << 0) | (vertex port2 << 16) | (vertex type2 << 24)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnexpctErrCalVertxMod 10621
Unexpected error when calling an Arches Fabric vertex module function. Data field: return value from vertex module function
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnexpctRetVertxModCopCelGrph 10622
Unexpected return from an Arches Fabric vertex module function while copying a cell's graph. Data field: return value from vertex module function
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtChecksumPdtFailed 10623
The checksum update for the PDT has failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtChecksumNvmBad 10625
The checksum in the memory area of NVM is bad. Memory NVM will be cleared.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtChecksumCalcFailed 10626
Checksum calculation failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSalandBmcTokenBad 10628
The BMC copy and SAL copy of the token specified in the data field has been initialized from the default value for the token due to an IPMI error and SAL NVM error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBkPlaneCable 10629
Detected incompatibility between the cell board and the I/O backplane and/or I/O backplane cables.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFparUnusable 10698
The fPar identified by the event detail will be unusable. Other events may preceded this event which will help to diagnose the failure. A possible cause is that the system exhausted unused NVRAM.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFWoutOfNvram 10702
Firmware is out of NVRAM and cannot built the ILM memory slice device map
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramCPUCorrupt 10703
The NVRAM for the CPU map is corrupt and cannot be trusted. It appears that there are more CPUs in the map than the size of the map can hold.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramIOCorrupt 10704
The NVRAM for the IO device ownership map is corrupt and cannot be trusted. It appears that there are more IO devices in the map than the size of the map can hold.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNvramLocMemCorrupt 10705
The NVRAM for the cell local memory map is corrupt and cannot be trusted. It appears that there are more memory slices in the map than the size of the map can hold.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFWInconsistExist 10706
An internal firmware inconsistency exists or the server exhausted its internal resources and is unable to create an fPars EFI ownership variable for a CPU device in the partition. Either of these conditions is fatal.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFWUnableCreatefParsIO 10707
An internal firmware inconsistency exists or the server exhausted its internal resources and is unable to create an fPars EFI ownership variable for an IO device in the partition. Either of these conditions is fatal.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFWUnableCreatefParsCLM 10708
An internal firmware inconsistency exists or the server exhausted its internal resources and is unable to create an fPars EFI ownership variable for a CLM device in the partition. Either of these conditions is fatal.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFWOutOfNvram 10771
Firmware has run out of NVRAM and cannot create the needed variable(s)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFWLbaReconfigFail 10772
The call to the IOC firmware component method 'LbaReconfig' failed, probably a low-level hardware error. The fPar BSP is identified in bits 63..32 of the event detail, the fPar owning this CPU and LBA is identified in bits 31..16 and the number of the Rope is identified in bits 15..0.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuModuleBadConfig 10779
The CPU modules have been installed in an illegal configuration on the cell board.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuInvalidTerminator 10780
An invalid CPU terminator card is installed on the cell board. The data field indicates the physical location of the offending socket.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInvocationSoftResetCode 10793
Invocation of the soft reset code from an interrupt or similar vector, or improper locking/releasing of semaphores.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDataSm4SelfReset 10794
Data field is count of cpus held by the sm4 which issues the event (and is trying to reset itself). Indicates invocation of the SoftResetCpu code from an interrupt or similar vector where the processor was modifying critical resources, or improper locking/releasing of semaphores.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtfParsfailRelseResrce 10795
A reset of an fPar discovered that an fPar failed to release critical resources within a reasonable time.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPFMManyErrors 10814
Significant numbers of corrected memory errors have been detected on the memory subsystem
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPFMOverTempProc 10822
Over-temperature condition detected on a processor
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPFMCacheErrorProc 10823
Cache errors detected on a processor
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPFMCorrecErrorCache 10824
Corrected errors detected in the cache portion of the memory for a processor module
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPFMCorrErrSysBus 10825
Corrected errors detected on the system bus for a processor module
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPFMCorrErrProcBus 10826
Corrected errors detected on the processor bus for a processor module
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPFMErrTagMemProc 10827
Corrected errors detected in the tag portion of the memory for a processor module
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtfParsNotEnableBoot 10830
fPars-mode EFI variable is set to enable fPars operation but no fPars are actually enabled to boot. So the server boots in hard partition mode.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtfParsNotRecveOwnShip 10832
An fPar was directed to reset using the ESIT DirectedfParResetAndMigrate() service but the target (recipient) fPar of the resources is in a state that cannot receive ownership of these resources.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFWErrSetNvramVal 10833
Firmware error setting the NVRAM value of preferred-bsp for the vPars monitor. The partition will boot using the PD monarch, but the value of preferred-bsp may not match this CPU.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablWrtXbcPrtRoutTblEnblMsk 10842
Unable to write to an XBC port ROUTE_TABLE_ENABLE_MASK CSR in Arches Fabric Phase3. Data field: (XBC port << 48) | (XBC ID < 32) | (route)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtProcessIntrptUnRecoverble 10853
An unrecoverable processor interrupt occurred. IPF firmware owned the processor interrupt vector table (IVT) at the time of the interrupt.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSBASetDevMaskFail 10871
SBA call to LBA SetDeviceMask method fails.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtLBASlotDevScanErr 10927
LBA slot device scan error
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInadequateMemTofPar 10936
There is none (or inadequate) memory slice resource assigned to the fPar so it cannot boot its instance. The fPar will be disabled (enter a spinloop) because it cannot boot, or if in vPars mode will return control to the monitor.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailCollVertxInfo 10937
Couldn't collect vertex information during Fabric Info call. Data Field: return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailCollVertxFabInfoCall 10938
Couldn't collect the vertices during the Fabric Info call. Data Field: number of vertices returned
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailFndEdgeProcCall 10939
Couldn't find all the edges during a procedure call. Data Field: return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailFndEdgProcCall 10940
Couldn't find an appropriate number of edges during a procedure call. Data Field: the number of edges found
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtManyEdgEncntProcCall 10941
Too many edges were encountered during a procedure call. Data Field: link count
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailGetAddrProcCall 10943
Failed to get an address during a procedure call. Data Field: return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnexpctStatEncntProcCall 10944
An unexpected state was encountered during a procedure call. Data Field: state returned
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablGetLnkHlthStatProcCall 10945
Unable to get the link health state during a procedure call. Data Field: (cell num << 56) | (port << 44) | (xbc << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabDatFailCrcChk 10946
The fabric data failed a CRC check. Data Field: (xbc port << 44 ) | (xbc << 32) | return status)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVmCollVertcFailUnexpct 11032
VM_CollectVertices failed unexpectedly. Could possibly be a data corruption problem. Data field: (cell number << 56) | (return value from VM_CollectVertices)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablGenAlbArfSetCsr 11033
Unable to generate an ALB address in Arches Fabric ArfSetDefaultCSRs() function. Data field:(cell number << 56) | (port number << 48) | (xbc ID < 32) | (return value)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSetDefCsrFailUnexpct 11034
SetDefaultCSRs function failed unexpectedly. Arches Fabric was unable to set XBC CSRs to default values. Data field: return value from SetDefaultCSRs
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEncntErrRout 11038
A problem was encountered while routing which prevented an appropriate route from being chosen. Data Field: Destination Cell << 56 | XBC Port << 44 | XBC # << 32 | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEncntErrRoutFab 11039
An error was encountered while routing the fabric. This error prevents an appropriate route from being selected. Data Field: Destination Cell << 56 | XBC Port << 44 | XBC # << 32 | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrEncntRoutFabPrvntRoutSel 11040
An error was encountered while routing the fabric. This error prevents an appropriate route from being selected. Data Field: Destination Cell << 56 | XBC Port << 44 | XBC # << 32 | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInvlPrtRetRoutXbcCcLnk 11041
An invalid port number was returned when selecting a route for the XBC-CC link. Data Field: (destination cell 56) | (xbc port 44) | (xbc # 32) | port selected
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrEncntRoutFabPrvntRoutSelSw 11042
An error was encountered while routing the fabric. This error prevents an appropriate route from being selected. Data Field: Destination Cell << 56 | XBC Port << 44 | XBC # << 32 | switch fabric
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSecndFlshNotProgrmValidImg 11052
The second flash part is not programmed with a valid image
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBckPlnPwr1p2LDOFault 11452
System backplane power has reported a 1.2v LDO fault. The data field contains the physical location of the fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBckPlnPwr2p5LDOFault 11454
System backplane power has reported a 2.5v LDO fault. The data field contains the physical location of the fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBckPlnPwr3p3HseFault 11456
System backplane power has reported a 3.3v house keeping power fault. The data field contains the physical location of the fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBckPlnPwr12Fault 11459
System backplane power has reported a 12v power fault. The data field contains the physical location of the fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBckPlnPwr3p3Fault 11461
System backplane power has reported a 3.3v power fault. The data field contains the physical location of the fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBckPlnPwr1p5Fault 11463
System backplane power has reported a 1.5v power fault. The data field contains the physical location of the fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysBckPlnPwr2p5Fault 11465
System backplane power has reported a 2.5v power fault. The data field contains the physical location of the fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPwrRailPrvInsuffPwrToBckPln 11467
One or more power rails is providing insufficient power to the backplane.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtRcsNoProvClkBckPln 11468
Clock fault for clocks supplied from the Redundant Clock Source (RCS) board to the system backplane. RCS board is no longer providing clocks to the backplane. The data field contains the physical location of the RCS.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHsoFaultOrRemv 11471
Clock fault for clocks supplied from the Hot Swap Oscillator (HSO) board to the system backplane. HSO has reported a fault or has been removed. The data field contains the physical location of the HSO.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtOpClkNoMtchRcsHso 11478
The operational clock frequencies do not match between the Redundant Clock Source (RCS) and the Hot Swap Oscillator (HSO). The data field contains the physical location of the HSO.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtClkMrgnBckPlnFail 11479
The clock margin of the system backplane failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHsoNoRedund 11481
System backplane Hot Swap Oscillator (HSO) boards are NOT redundant.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtHsoInsuff 11482
System backplane Hot Swap Oscillator (HSO) boards are insufficient.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailRdRcsHso 11483
Failure reading Redundant Clock Source (RCS) or Hot Swap Oscillator HSO boards EEPROM. Data field contains the physical location of the device.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailWrtRcsHso 11484
Failure writing Redundant Clock Source (RCS) or Hot Swap Oscillator HSO boards EEPROM. Data field contains the physical location of the device
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailRdRpm 11485
Failure reading the Reset and Power Monitors (RPM) EEPROM. Data field contains the physical location of the device.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailWrtRpm 11486
Failure writing the Reset and Power Monitors (RPM) EEPROM. Datafield contains the physical location of the device
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailRdOsp 11487
Failure reading the Onboard System Programmers (OSP) EEPROM. Datafield contains the physical location of the device
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailWrtOsp 11488
Failure writing the Onboard System Programmers (OSP) EEPROM. Datafield contains physical location of the device
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSbsFaultStrt 11489
Serial Bit Stream (SBS) fault on startup. An SBS fault results in the MOAB's not being configured correctly.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailRdIObckPlnLpm 11495
Failure reading IO backplane LPM. Datafield contains the physical location of the device.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailWrtIOBckPlnLpm 11496
Failure writing IO backplane LPM. Datafield contains physical location of device.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysSoftViolateWellBhaveRule 11515
The system software violated one of the 'well-behavedness' rules of soft partitions and tried to call a firmware procedure within the firmware instance of a sibling. This is an access violation and firmware rejects the call
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAlbInitPrepUnablRdAlrecConfig 11521
AlbInitPrep was unable to read the ALREC_CONFIG CSR to determine whether the link is up or not. Data field: unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtfParIsDisbleFrmBoot 11529
The fPar whose ID is identified in the event detail is disabled from booting because it has no bootable, healthy CPU. It may not own any CPU or the CPUs it owns are Unhealthy (or deconfigured)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtfParNotInstantiateFW 11530
Non-critical event announces that an fPar is enabled to boot but has inadequate memory resources to instantiate the firmware for the fPar. The configuration is modified to disable but not delete this fPar.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtfParNotHaveIOResrc 11531
The fPar has been enabled to boot, and contains at least one CPU and adequate memory but has not been given any IO resources. The soft partition (fPar) may therefore only boot as far as the EFI shell. It must be reconfigured and reset before it may boot an operating system.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCPUsDeconfig 11537
All CPUs were scheduled to be deconfigured
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCPUsReconfig 11538
All CPUs have been auto reconfigured
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIOBckPln33VFail 11566
IO Backplane 3.3V power fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBckPln5VFail 11567
IO Backplane 5.0V power fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIOBckPlnNeg12VFail 11568
IO Backplane -12V power fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIOBckPln12VFail 11569
IO Backplane +12V power fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIOBckPln15VTempFail 11575
IO Backplane 1.5V temperature fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIOBckPln33VTempFail 11576
IO Backplane 3.3V temperature fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIOBckPlnNeg12VTempFail 11578
IO Backplane -12.0V temperature fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtIOBckPln12VTempFail 11579
IO Backplane +12.0V temperature fault
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtLocCelUnablClrLnkOffBit 11580
The local cell was unable to clear the link_off bit on at least one CC-CC link. Data field: return value of Phase3BackToBackPrep()
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtArfOlaPreRendezUnablRchCel 11581
ArfOLAPreRendez() was unable to reach the added cell. Data field: bitmap of unreachable cells
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnexpctErrSetNctTbl 11582
An unexpected error occurred in SetupNCTable(). Data field: return value from SetupNCTable()
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtPhs4UnexpctFail 11583
Phase4BackToBackPrep() unexpectedly failed. Data field: return value of Phase4BackToBackPrep()
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablSyncGrphCell 11584
Data field: (master cell number << 56) | (bitmap of cells to synch)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBitMapUnrchCel 11585
Data field: bitmap of unreachable cells.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtRetValNctCohTbl 11586
Data field: return value from SetupNCTable() or SetupCohTable()
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtArfRoutEnblRetErrLocCel 11597
Data field: (local cell number << 56) | (bitmap of routes to enable)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtArfRoutDisRetErrOla 11598
Data field: (bitmap of cells << 32) | (bitmap of routes to disable)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtArfRoutDisRetErrArfPhs4 11599
Data field: (bitmap of source cells << 32) | (bitmap of routes to disable)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemAlloctFail 11603
Memory allocation failed. The data is the size of the memory block which could not be allocated.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemLockFail 11604
Memory locking failed. The data is the size of the memory block which could not be locked.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMinProcReqMoreThanAvail 11605
The minimum number of processors required is more than the number available. The data is the number of available processors.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVMNotHandlGuestOSPerf 11607
The guest operating system performed an operation which could not be handled by the virtual machine. The virtual machine could not continue running the guest so it stopped.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtKernlDrvFailLckMem 11696
Kernel driver failed to lock memory
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMMIOmapFndInfoInTble 11700
The code which initializes the MMIO/IOP map found that the table already contained information.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtAttmptAddPCImoreThanAllow 11702
An attempt was made to add a PCI bus with a number greater than the maximum allowed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCPUConfigNotSupprt 11703
The configured CPU generation is not supported
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtISAUARTcreatWithoutDatStrct 11705
An ISA UART was created without a data structure. A PCI UART structure exists
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtTCGETorIOCTLFail 11706
A TCGETS or TCSETS IOCTL failed. The errno status will be in a subsequent event.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtStatCallPMANFail 11707
A stat call on the PMAN failed. The next event contains the failure errno.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVMDrvNotOpen 11708
The virtual machine driver could not be opened
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVMDrvNotCreatVM 11709
The virtual machine driver could not create a virtual machine
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNotAbleCreatNodeForComm 11710
Could not create a file system node for communication between the vmm driver and the virtual machine. The next event contains the error from the Unix system call.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVMNotOpen 11711
The vm device was created but cannot be opened
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVMDrvNotLoad 11712
The virtual machine driver has not been loaded
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCreatThreadPMANFail 11718
An attempt to create a thread on the PMAN has failed. The next event contains the Unix error number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVMDrvUnableCommVM 11719
VM Driver was unable to communicate with virtual machine
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtConfigUnableToRd 11720
The configuration file could not be read
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMemAllocFWTblFail 11721
Memory allocation for a firmware table has failed. The data contains the name of the firmware table.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDrvUnableBldMapTbl 11723
Driver was unable to build map tables
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtVMRebootFail 11724
Reboot failed. The virtual machine will exit.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSetIntlCohTblRetErr 11775
Data field: (cell set << 32) | (return value from SetupInitialCohTables())
TRAP-TYPE    

hpBootStblStoreFlashErr 11780
Stable store read or write to flash failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpBootStblStoreNvMErr 11783
Error reading or writing the stable store NVM area
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFWDetectilleglMemConfig 11784
SFW has detected an illegal memory config using 4GB DIMMs. The system will be halted
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSFWFailAllotNVM 11788
SFW component NVM space is not big enough to store all it data. Check the ASCII data field to determine which component caused the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSFWFailAllotSCRRAM 11789
SFW component does not allocate enough SCR ram space to store it data.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSetIntlCohRetErrArfPhs3 11797
Data field: cell set [63:32], return value [31:0]
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrWrtErrMskAlrecAlTran 11807
Data field: cell ID [63:56], port num [55:44], XBC ID [43:32]
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFwUnexpctIntrnlErrVertx 11840
Data field: vType1 [63:56] | vPort1 [55:48] | vId1 [47:32] | vType2 [31:24] | vPort2 [23:16] | vId2 [15:0]
TRAP-TYPE    

hpOsUnsupportedWmixedCpuRevs 11850
The OS being booted is not supported in a partition containing a mix of processor stepping revisions.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFwUnexpctErrSetLnk 11851
Data field: vType1 [63:56] | vPort1 [55:48] | vId1 [47:32] | vType2 [31:24] | vPort2 [23:16] | vId2 [15:0]
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFwUnbleWrtSkyGlobLnkSelCoh 11863
Data field: cell num [63:56] | link sel coh CSR (0 or 1) [0:0]
TRAP-TYPE    

hpOsBootDisabledWmixedCpuKeys 11870
The OS suitable for booting in this mode does not support booting in the current configuration due to the existence of cpus of differing revisions.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFwErrUpdtLnk 11885
System firmware experienced an error while updating the link sel value. Data field indicates return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFabUnablGenSkyCsrAddr 11904
Fabric was unable to generate a Skyline CSR address Data field: cell number [63:56] and return value from address function [31:0]
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFwUnablGenSkyCsrAdrr 11905
Firmware was unable to generate a Skyline CSR address. Data field: cell number [63:56] | return value [31:0]
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNoOSBootRendez 11932
Target CPU receives wakeup interrupt to join the OS but the OS_BOOT_RENDEZ entry point is invalid or none-existent
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtChksmFailOSBootRendez 11933
The entry point for OS_BOOT_RENDEZ exists, but fails the checksum test performed by firmware
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFWCallPalCopyInfoFail 11960
The System Firmware call to PAL_COPY_INFO failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFWCallPalCopyPalFail 11961
The System Firmware call to PAL_COPY_PAL failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFWCallPalCacFlusFail 11962
The System Firmware call to PAL_CACHE_FLUSH failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellNotInit 11964
Cell on line add/delete is not initialized and cannot be used.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFPARsCompBroke 11966
In FPARs mode, cell on line add/delete depends on functionality in the FPARs component. This is either broken or missing.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFailGetFPARsSemphr 11967
Cell on line add/delete in FPARs mode failed to get the FPARs semaphore.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMorThnOneProcCallCell 11968
More than one processor from an FPAR called into cell on line add/delete
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFPARsProcFailRendez 11969
All FPARs processors failed to rendezvous during a cell on line add/delete op
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtEncntUnexptErrOLA 11970
Unable to setup Skyline LINK_SEL_COHx CSRs on the running partition to the newly added cell. Data field: cell set [63:32] | return val [31:0]
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMCAOccPriorPreMCA 11971
This indicates an MCA happening before a previous MCA was not completely handled.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMCAInitEvtProc 11972
This indicates an MCA event happening before a previous INIT event was not completely processed.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablFndBadEdg 11974
Firmware was unable to find a bad edge in an untraversable route. Data Field: (destCell << 56 | port num < 44 | xbc num << 32 | return status)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnknEntityDrwPwrBus 11989
Some entity that is not known to the firmware, is drawing power from the bus bars.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSoftPartNotBoot 12001
Rebooting the partition to nPars because a soft partition could not be booted.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablRotArndBrkLnk 12008
Firmware was unable to find a replacement route for the broken link. Data field contains: port << 44, chip id << 32, and number of attempts to find an alternate route
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablSetAPERLock 12013
Data field details the cell that failed to set its bit
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUncorrtMemEccErrOccr 12017
Indicates that an uncorrectable ECC error has been encountered, and gives the physical location of the DIMM that had the error.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrRetrvCrssbarLnk 12025
System firmware experienced an error while retrieving the expected neighbor fabric chip for distributing traffic over crossbarl inks. Data Field: (xbc port # << 44) | (xbc # << 32) | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablRdCrssbar 12028
Could not read crossbar neighbor information during routing. Data Field: (xbc port << 44) | (xbc << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnablEstbshCrssbar 12029
Could not establish route for local crossbar during route around routing. Data Field: (xbc port << 44) | (xbc << 32) | error status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtNoRoutLocCrssBar 12047
An invalid TPM has been detected in the system and is being use. Security might be compromised. Data field unused.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInvalidTPM 12048
Invalid or unsupported TPM detected in the system. TPM is disabled. Data filed unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtTPMFailInit 12049
Firmware cannot initialize the TPM. TPM related security feature are disabled Data field unused
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCpuTempExceedHiThres 12050
A CPU module's temperature has exceed the high temperature threshold or a CPU power module fault has occurred. As a result of this event, the CPU has been inhibited. The Cell must be powered off then on using the MP's PE command before the CPU module will be powered again.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSFWDetErrStablStorFlsh 12069
An error occurred while writing to stable store flash. Data field is unused.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtInlckOpenPCIPwr 12091
PCI interlock has been opened with PCI slot power on. The datafield can be decoded as follows (where byte 0 is the rightmost byte): byte offset 2:PCI slot number byte offset 5: IO Chassis number byte offset 6: IO Bay number byte offset 7: Cabinet number
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFaltDetDropRegIO 12101
The specified low dropout regulator on the IO backplane is reporting a fault. The specified power rail is reporting a fault. The number in the slot field of the physical location is the rail number that caused the fault. Rails are: 4 = LDO 2.5v for Esca 0, 5 = LDO 2.5v for Esca 1, 1.5v, 7 = Other backplane 2.5v, 8 = Other backplane 1.2v
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFaltDetDropRegManBckPlne 12102
The specified low dropout regulator on the main backplane is reporting a fault. The number in the slot field of the physical location is the rail number that caused the fault. Rails are: 0 = SysBP xb0 1.5v, 1 = SysBp xb1 1.5v, 2 = SysBp switched 3.3v, 3 = SysBp LDO xb0 2.5v, 4 = SysBp xb1 LDO 2.5v, 5 = SysBp LDO 1.5v br0, 6 = SysBp LDO 1.5v br1
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFaltDetHotswpCoreIO 12103
The hot swap controller for the specified core IO is reporting fault.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrRetrvCrssbarChipNmbr 12109
An error occurred while retrieving the crossbar chip number. Data Field: cell number << 56 | port number << 44 | return status
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtCellNotCfgCLMMode 12119
For most workloads, the system performance may be degraded if CLM mode is not enabled for all of the cells in a partition. Windows Server 2003 contains additional support to optimize for CLM systems, increasing the performance compared to an interleaved configuration.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevttDoblDramInvoke 12120
Corrected memory errors have been detected. Double DRAM chip sparing events have been invoked.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrCrssbarCrctByHW 12121
A error occurred in the crossbar controller and was corrected by the hardware.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrCrssChipBckPln 12127
A platform error was detected by the firmware/hardware, and corrected by using a spare channel. The error occurred between the crossbar chips on the backplane(s).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtErrCeLLIO 12128
A platform error was detected by the firmware/hardware, and corrected by using a spare channel. The error occurred between the cell controller and the IO controller.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMltPltFrmErrCellBckPln 12129
Multiple platform errors were detected and corrected by the firmware/hardware. The errors occurred between the cell controller and the backplane.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMultPltFrmErrCrssChpBckPln 12130
Multiple platform errors were detected and corrected by the firmware/hardware. The errors occurred between the crossbar chips on the backplane(s).
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMultPltFrmErrCeLLIO 12131
Multiple platform errors were detected and corrected by the firmware/hardware. The errors occurred between the cell controller and the IO controller.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtServIDNotMatchCab 12132
The server identification information does not match the cabinet type. The server will not power on until this condition is resolved.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDupDimNumDetect 12135
Duplicate DIMM serial numbers have been detected. Data field gives physical location of DIMM. Check for other events specifying other DIMMs with same serial number.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMPLostUPS 12143
The MP has lost communications with the UPS via SNMP over the LAN
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtMPGainLanCommUPS 12144
The MP lan communications with the UPS have been restored.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnrecovProcIFAinterptInFW 12149
An unrecoverable processor interrupt occurred while in IPF firmware. The data value is the processor IFA.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtUnrecovProcISRinterptInFW 12150
An unrecoverable processor interrupt occurred while in IPF firmware. The event data is the processor ISR.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtDblChipSpareInvoked 12153
System firmware has detected and corrected memory errors. Double chip sparing has been invoked to help mitigate this condition.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtExtClkCablRemvFrmCPUCab 12155
External clock cable has been removed from the CPU cabinet. The data field contains the physical location of the cabinet.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFabEncntLnkErr 12156
System Fabric encountered a link error after opening up the fabric link
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFatErrOnCelToFabPrt44I32I1 12157
Fatal errors are present on a cell's link to the fabric. Data Field: (crossbar port << 44) | (crossbar << 32) | 1
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysFWgetFabProblm 12159
System firmware encountered fabric problems. Data Field: (crossbar port << 44) | (crossbar << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtFatErrCelLnkToFabPrt44I32 12160
Fatal errors are present on a cell's link to the fabric. Data Field: (crossbar port << 44) | (crossbar << 32)
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysOSRecovFrmPCIErrL1 12161
A PCI error occurred, but the OS recovered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysOSRecovFrmPCIErrL2 12162
A PCI error occurred, but the operating system recovered.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtSysOSRecovFrmPCIErrL5 12163
A PCI error occurred, but the operating system recovered
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtReqPwrOnDenied 12164
The request to power on, either via MP user interface, power button, or other, was denied by the Onboard Administrator.
TRAP-TYPE    

hpevtBladeFrcPWon 12165
The blade has been forced to power-on, either via the MP user interface or the power button. The blade did not negotiate with the Onboard Administrator to insure that there was sufficient power for this action.
TRAP-TYPE