Pinned topic Chassis S: I/O Module 03 requires user attention.
I always have a problem with SAS/RAID Modules in a Chassis S.
Everytime when i put them into the Chassis, I get these Warnings:
I/O Module 03 requires user attention.
I/O Module 04 requires user attention.
The tips of IBM helps nothing.
I have no other errors.
Normaly the error stops when I reseat the I/O Module for several time, but sometimes the error doesn't stop.
I don't know what to do here, caus I have this error EVERYTIME!
Maybe you know this error and have an idea to solve it.
helios99 270002W6DB5 Posts
Re: Chassis S: I/O Module 03 requires user attention.2010-06-12T08:17:51ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Telnet to your RAID controller and issue this command -- "alert -get" without the quotes. You will see the cause of the error and be sure to get the code error number. Then using the manual installation of the controller go to troubleshooting and look for the error code that you have in your server and you can find the guide there.
Be sure to reply after you've done this.
aoreo 270002T5C35 Posts
Re: Chassis S: I/O Module 03 requires user attention.2010-10-12T15:04:27ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi, has anyone found a solution for this? I'm having the same issue and IBM Support has not been too useful.
I telnet to the IP of the switch module, and the "alert -get" command says illegal command.
Do I need to use putty? I am just telneting via Windows command line.
JacksonGranado 270003KVE74 Posts
Re: Chassis S: I/O Module 03 requires user attention.2011-03-28T14:35:19ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Man, i got the same error here,
i'm working in a project with 65 BC-S chassis,
almost all they got this errors.
The only way I found to fix it, is doing a mapping of some volume,
i create a pool~volume and map to the blade servers...
The ibm does not contains informations about it, but so far
this solve my problem.
jackR 27000725ME1 Post
Re: Chassis S: I/O Module 03 requires user attention.2014-03-04T18:56:11ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Thanks JacksonGranado for tip on creating pool, that solved the problem (Chassis S: I/O module 03/04 requires user attention. ) I was having.
The alert -get in the RSSM CLI was helpful getting other needed information and there was information about no available groups, but I had not made the connection. There was an errata with our RSSM about firmware mis-match that had we had to apply too.
Seems odd that a pool must be created during initial setup or that you are not instructed to do so as part of the setup.