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On this page i collected some Diagnostic LED numbers and codes for the IBM pSeries platform. Until the POWER5 based systems IBM provided an Operator Panel Display (LED display) on all system. Lately i noticed some new sytems withouth display. Maybe that is why there are less lists out there on the net then before?

Here are some converted lists to the ASCII format:

Note: If you looking for sollutions then another usefull reference could be the Redbook "SA38-0509-23" (the display codes are also listed in chapter 30 of this redbook).

RS/6000 Diagnostic LED numbers and codes:

  
Built-In Self-Test (BIST) Indicators
------------------------------------

100 BIST completed successfully; control was passed to IPL ROS.
101 BIST started following reset.
102 BIST started, following the system unit's power-on reset.
103 BIST could not determine the system model number.
104 Equipment conflict; BIST could not find the CBA.
105 BIST could not read from the OCS EPROM.
106 BIST failed: CBA not found
111 OCS stopped; BIST detected a module error.
112 A checkstop occurred during BIST; checkstop results could
    not be logged out.
113 Three checkstops have occurred.
120 BIST starting a CRC check on the 8752 EPROM.
121 BIST detected a bad CRC in the first 32K bytes of the OCS EPROM.
122 BIST started a CRC check on the first 32K bytes of the OCS
    EPROM.
123 BIST detected a bad CRC on the OCS area of NVRAM.
124 BIST started a CRC check on the OCS area of NVRAM.
125 BIST detected a bad CRC on the time-of-day area of NVRAM.
126 BIST started a CRC check on the time-of-day area of NVRAM.
127 BIST detected a bad CRC on the 8752 EPROM.
130 BIST presence test started.
140 Running BIST. (Box Manufacturing Mode Only)
142 Box manufacturing mode operation.
143 Invalid memory configuration.
144 Manufacturing test failure.
151 BIST started AIPGM test code.
152 BIST started DCLST test code.
153 BIST started ACLST test code.
154 BIST started AST test code.
160 Bad EPOW Signal/Power status signal.
161 BIST being conducted on BUMP I/O.
162 BIST being conducted on JTAG.
163 BIST being conducted on Direct I/O.
164 BIST being conducted on CPU.
165 BIST being conducted on DCB and Memory.
166 BIST being conducted on Interrupts.
170 BIST being conducted on Multi-Processors.
180 Logout in progress.
182 BIST COP bus not responding.
185 A checkstop condition occurred during the BIST.
186 System logic-generated checkstop (Model 250 only).
187 Graphics-generated checkstop (Model 250).
195 Checkstop logout complete
199 Generic SCSI backplane
888 BIST did not start.

Power-On Self-Test (POST) Indicators
------------------------------------

200 IPL attempted with keylock in the Secure position.
201 IPL ROM test failed or checkstop occurred (irrecoverable).
202 Unexpected machine check interrupt.
203 Unexpected data storage interrupt.
204 Unexpected instruction storage interrupt.
205 Unexpected external interrupt.
206 Unexpected alignment interrupt.
207 Unexpected program interrupt.
208 Unexpected floating point unavailable interrupt.
209 Unexpected SVC interrupt.
20c L2 cache POST error. (The display shows a solid 20c for 5
    seconds.)
210 Unexpected SVC interrupt.
211 IPL ROM CRC comparison error (irrecoverable).
212 RAM POST memory configuration error or no memory found
    (irrecoverable).
213 RAM POST failure (irrecoverable).
214 Power status register failed (irrecoverable).
215 A low voltage condition is present (irrecoverable).
216 IPL ROM code being uncompressed into memory.
217 End of boot list encountered.
218 RAM POST is looking for good memory.
219 RAM POST bit map is being generated.
21c L2 cache is not detected. (The display shows a solid 21c for
    2 seconds.)
220 IPL control block is being initialized.
221 NVRAM CRC comparison error during AIX IPL(key mode switch in
    Normal mode). Reset NVRAM by reaccomplishing IPL in Service mode.
    For systems with an internal, direct-bus-attached (DBA) disk, 
    IPL ROM attempted to perform an IPL from that disk before halting 
    with this operator panel display value.
222 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from Standard I/O
    planar-attached devices specified in NVRAM IPL Devices List.
223 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from SCSI-attached devices
    specified in NVRAM IPL Devices List.
224 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from 9333 subsystem device
    specified in NVRAM IPL Devices List.
225 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from 7012 DBA disk-attached
    devices specified in NVRAM IPL Devices List.
226 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from Ethernet specified in
    NVRAM IPL Devices List.
227 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from Token-Ring specified in
    NVRAM IPL Devices List.
228 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from NVRAM expansion code.
229 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from NVRAM IPL Devices List;
    cannot IPL from any of the listed devices, or there are no 
    valid entries in the Devices List.
22c Attempting a normal mode IPL from FDDI specified in NVRAM
    IPL device list.
230 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from adapter feature ROM
    specified in IPL ROM Device List.
231 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from Ethernet specified in IPL
    ROM Device List.
232 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from Standard I/O
    planar-attached devices specified in ROM Default Device List.
233 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from SCSI-attached devices
    specified in IPL ROM Default Device List.
234 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from 9333 subsystem device
    specified in IPL ROM Device List.
235 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from 7012 DBA disk-attached
    devices specified in IPL ROM Default Device List.
236 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from Ethernet specified in IPL
    ROM Default Device List.
237 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from Token-Ring specified in
    IPL ROM Default Device List.
238 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from Token-Ring specified by
    the operator.
239 System failed to IPL from the device chosen by the operator.
23c Attempting a normal mode IPL from FDDI specified in IPL ROM
    device list.
240 Attempting a Service mode IPL from adapter feature ROM.
241 Attempting a normal boot from devices specified in the NVRAM
    boot list.
242 Attempting a Service mode IPL from Standard I/O
    planar-attached devices specified in the NVRAM IPL Devices List.
243 Attempting a Service mode IPL from SCSI-attached devices
    specified in the NVRAM IPL Devices List.
244 Attempting a Service mode IPL from 9333 subsystem device
    specified in the NVRAM IPL Devices List.
245 Attempting a Service mode IPL from 7012 DBA disk-attached
    devices specified in the NVRAM IPL Devices List.
246 Attempting a Service mode IPL from Ethernet specified in the
    NVRAM IPL Devices List.
247 Attempting a Service mode IPL from Token-Ring specified in
    the NVRAM Device List.
248 Attempting a Service mode IPL from NVRAM expansion code.
249 Attempting a Service mode IPL from the NVRAM IPL Devices
    List; cannot IPL from any of the listed devices, or there 
    are no valid entries in the Devices List.
24c Attempting a service mode IPL from FDDI specified in NVRAM
    IPL device list.
250 Attempting a Service mode IPL from adapter feature ROM
    specified in the IPL ROM Device List.
251 Attempting a Service mode IPL from Ethernet specified in the
    IPL ROM Default Device List.
252 Attempting a Service mode IPL from Standard I/O
    planar-attached devices specified in the ROM Default Device List.
253 Attempting a Service mode IPL from SCSI-attached devices
    specified in the IPL ROM Default Device List.
254 Attempting a Service mode IPL from 9333 subsystem device
    specified in the IPL ROM Devices List.
255 Attempting a Service mode IPL from 7012 DBA disk-attached
    devices specified in IPL ROM Default Device List.
256 Attempting a Service mode IPL from Ethernet specified in the
    IPL ROM Devices List.
257 Attempting a Service mode IPL from Token-Ring specified in
    the IPL ROM Devices List.
258 Attempting a Service mode IPL from Token-Ring specified by
    the operator.
259 Attempting a Service mode IPL from FDDI specified by the
    operator.
25c Attempting a service mode IPL from FDDI specified in IPL ROM
    device list.
260 Information is being displayed on the display console.
261 No supported local system display adapter was found.
262 Keyboard not detected as being connected to the system's
    keyboard port.
263 Attempting a Normal mode IPL from adapter feature ROM
    specified in the NVRAM Device List.
269 Stalled state - the system is unable to IPL.
270 Low Cost Ethernet Adapter (LCE) POST executing
271 Mouse and Mouse port POST.
272 Tablet Port POST.
276 10/100Mbps MCA Ethernet Adapter POST executing
277 Auto Token-Ring LANstreamer MC 32 Adapter.
278 Video ROM scan POST.
279 FDDI POST.
280 3com Ethernet POST.
281 Keyboard POST executing.
282 Parallel port POST executing.
283 Serial port POST executing.
284 POWER Gt1 graphics adapter POST executing.
285 POWER Gt3 graphics adapter POST executing.
286 Token-Ring adapter POST executing.
287 Ethernet adapter POST executing.
288 Adapter card slots being queried.
289 POWER GT0 Display Adapter POST.
290 IOCC POST error (irrecoverable).
291 Standard I/O POST running.
292 SCSI POST running.
293 7012 DBA disk POST running.
294 IOCC bad TCW memory module in slot location J being tested.
295 Graphics Display adapter POST, color or grayscale.
296 ROM scan POST.
297 System model number does not compare between OCS and ROS
    (irrecoverable).
298 Attempting a software IPL.
299 IPL ROM passed control to the loaded program code.
301 Flash Utility ROM test failed or checkstop occurred
    (irrecoverable
302 Flash Utility ROM: User prompt, move the key to the service
    position in order to perform an optional Flash Update. LED 302
    will only appear if the key switch is in the secure position. 
    This signals the user that a Flash Update may be initiated by
    moving the key switch to the service position. If the key is
    moved to the service position then LED 303 will be displayed, 
    this signals the user to press the Reset button and select 
    optional Flash Update.
303 Flash Utility ROM: User prompt, press the Reset button in
    order to perform an optional Flash Update. LED 3­2 will only 
    appear if the key switch is the secure position. This signals 
    the user that a Flash Update may be initiated by moving the
    key switch to the service position. If the key is moved to the
    service position LED 303 will be displayed, this signals the 
    user to press the Reset button and select optional Flash Update.
304 Flash Utility ROM IOCC POST error (irrecoverable).
305 Flash Utility ROM standard I/O POST running.
306 Flash Utility ROM is attempting IPL from Flash Update media
    device.
307 Flash Utility ROM system model number does not compare
    between OCS and ROM (irrecoverable).
308 Flash Utility ROM: IOCC TCW memory is being tested.
309 Flash Utility ROM passed control to a Flash Update Boot Image.
311 Flash Utility ROM CRC comparison error (irrecoverable).
312 Flash Utility ROM RAM POST memory configuration error or no
    memory found (irrecoverable).
313 Flash Utility ROM RAM POST failure (irrecoverable).
314 Flash Utility ROM Power status register failed (irrecoverable).
315 Flash Utility ROM detected a low voltage condition.
318 Flash Utility ROM RAM POST is looking for good memory.
319 Flash Utility ROM RAM POST bit map is being generated.
322 CRC error on media Flash Image. No Flash Update performed.
323 Current Flash Image is being erased.
324 CRC error on new Flash Image after Update was performed.
    (Flash Image is cor-rupted.)
325 Flash Update successful and complete.

Configuration Program Indicators
--------------------------------

500 Querying Standard I/O slot.
501 Querying card in Slot 1.
502 Querying card in Slot 2.
503 Querying card in Slot 3.
504 Querying card in Slot 4.
505 Querying card in Slot 5.
506 Querying card in Slot 6.
507 Querying card in Slot 7.
508 Querying card in Slot 8.
510 Starting device configuration.
511 Device configuration completed.
512 Restoring device configuration files from media.
513 Restoring basic operating system installation files from media.
516 Contacting server during network boot.
517 Mounting client remote file system during network IPL.
518 Remote mount of the root and /usr file systems failed during
    network boot.
520 Bus configuration running.
521 /etc/init invoked cfgmgr with invalid options; /etc/init has
    been corrupted or incor-rectly modified (irrecoverable error).
522 The configuration manager has been invoked with conflicting
    options (irrecoverable error).
523 The configuration manager is unable to access the ODM
    database (irrecoverable error).
524 The configuration manager is unable to access the
    config.rules object in the ODM database (irrecoverable error).
525 The configuration manager is unable to get data from a
    customized device object in the ODM database (irrecoverable error).
526 The configuration manager is unable to get data from a
    customized device driver object in the ODM database ( irrecoverable 
    error).
527 The configuration manager was invoked with the phase 1 flag;
    running phase 1 at this point is not permitted (irrecoverable error).
528 The configuration manager cannot find sequence rule, or no
    program name was specified in the ODM database (irrecoverable error).
529 The configuration manager is unable to update ODM data
    (irrecoverable error).
530 The program savebase returned an error.
531 The configuration manager is unable to access the PdAt
    object class (irrecoverable error).
532 There is not enough memory to continue (malloc failure);
    irrecoverable error.
533 The configuration manager could not find a configure method
    for a device.
534 The configuration manager is unable to acquire database lock
    (irrecoverable error).
535 HIPPI diagnostics interface driver being configured.
536 The configuration manager encountered more than one sequence
    rule specified in the same phase (irrecoverable error).
537 The configuration manager encountered an error when invoking
    the program in the sequence rule.
538 The configuration manager is going to invoke a configuration
    method.
539 The configuration method has terminated, and control has
    returned to the configura-tion manager.
551 IPL vary-on is running.
552 IPL varyon failed.
553 IPL phase 1 is complete.
554 The boot device could not be opened or read, or unable to
    define NFS swap device during network boot.
555 An ODM error occurred when trying to varyon the rootvg, or
    unable to create an NFS swap device during network boot.
556 Logical Volume Manager encountered error during IPL vary-on.
557 The root filesystem will not mount.
558 There is not enough memory to continue the system IPL.
559 Less than 2 M bytes of good memory are available to load the
    AIX kernel.
570 Virtual SCSI devices being configured.
571 HIPPI common function device driver being configured.
572 HIPPI IPI-3 master transport driver being configured.
573 HIPPI IPI-3 slave transport driver being configured.
574 HIPPI IPI-3 transport services user interface device driver
    being configured.
575 A 9570 disk-array driver is being configured.
576 Generic async device driver being configured.
577 Generic SCSI device driver being configured.
578 Generic commo device driver being configured.
579 Device driver being configured for a generic device.
580 HIPPI TCPIP network interface driver being configured.
581 Configuring TCP/IP.
582 Configuring Token-Ring data link control.
583 Configuring an Ethernet data link control.
584 Configuring an IEEE Ethernet data link control.
585 Configuring an SDLC MPQP data link control.
586 Configuring a QLLC X.25 data link control.
587 Configuring a NETBIOS.
588 Configuring a Bisync Read-Write (BSCRW).
589 SCSI target mode device being configured.
590 Diskless remote paging device being configured.
591 Configuring an LVM device driver.
592 Configuring an HFT device driver.
593 Configuring SNA device drivers.
594 Asynchronous I/O being defined or configured.
595 X.31 pseudo-device being configured.
596 SNA DLC/LAPE pseudo-device being configured.
597 OCS software being configured.
598 OCS hosts being configured during system reboot.
599 Configuring FDDI data link control.
5c0 Streams-based hardware drive being configured.
5c1 Streams-based X.25 protocol being configured.
5c2 Streams-based X.25 COMIO emulator driver being configured.
5c3 Streams-based X.25 TCP/IP interface driver being configured.
5c4 FCS adapter device driver being configured.
5c5 SCB network device driver for FCS is being configured.
5c6 AIX SNA channel being configured.
600 Starting network boot portion of /sbin/rc.boot
602 Configuring network parent devices.
603 /usr/lib/methods/defsys, /usr/lib/methods/cfgsys, or
    /usr/lib/methods/cfgbus failed.
604 Configuring physical network boot device.
605 Configuration of physical network boot device failed.
606 Running /usr/sbin/ifconfig on logical network boot device.
607 /usr/sbin/ifconfig failed.
608 Attempting to retrieve the client.info file with tftp.Note
    that a flashing 608 indicates multiple attempt(s) to retrieve 
    the client_info file are occurring.
609 The client.info file does not exist or it is zero length.
610 Attempting remote mount of NFS file system.
611 Remote mount of the NFS file system failed.
612 Accessing remote files; unconfiguring network boot device.
614 Configuring local paging devices.
615 Configuration of a local paging device failed.
616 Converting from diskless to dataless configuration.
617 Diskless to dataless configuration failed.
618 Configuring remote (NFS) paging devices.
619 Configuration of a remote (NFS) paging device failed.
620 Updating special device files and ODM in permanent
    filesystem with data from boot RAM filesystem.
622 Boot process configuring for operating system installation.
650 IBM SCSD disk drive being configured
668 25MB ATM MCA Adapter being configured
680 POWER GXT800M Graphics Adapter
689 4.5GB Ultra SCSI Single Ended Disk Drive being configured
690 9.1GB Ultra SCSI Single Ended Disk Drive being configured
694 Eicon ISDN DIVA MCA Adapter for PowerPC Systems
700 Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 8-bit SCSI disk drive being
    identified or configured.
701 Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being
    identified or configured.
702 Progress indicator. A 1.1 GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk
    drive is being identified or configured.
703 Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB 8-bit SCSI disk drive is being
    identified or configured.
704 Progress indicator. A 2.2 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being
    identified or configured.
705 The configuration method for the 2.2 GB 16-bit differential
    SCSI disk drive is being run. If an irrecoverable error occurs, 
    the system halts.
706 Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive is being
    identified or configured.
707 Progress indicator. A 4.5 GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk
    drive is being identified or configured.
708 Progress indicator. A L2 cache is being identified or
    configured.
710 POWER GXT150M graphics adapter being identified or configured.
711 Unknown adapter being identified or configured.
712 Graphics slot bus configuration is executing.
713 The IBM ARTIC960 device is being configured.
714 A video capture adapter is being configured.
715 The Ultimedia Services audio adapter is being configured.
    This LED displays briefly on the panel.
717 TP Ethernet Adapter being configured.
718 GXT500 Graphics Adapter being configured.
720 Unknown read/write optical drive type being configured.
721 Unknown disk or SCSI device being identified or configured.
722 Unknown disk being identified or configured.
723 Unknown CD-ROM being identified or configured.
724 Unknown tape drive being identified or configured.
725 Unknown display adapter being identified or configured.
726 Unknown input device being identified or configured.
727 Unknown async device being identified or configured.
728 Parallel printer being identified or configured.
729 Unknown parallel device being identified or configured.
730 Unknown diskette drive being identified or configured.
731 PTY being identified or configured.
732 Unknown SCSI initiator type being configured.
733 7GB 8mm tape drive being configured.
734 4x SCSI-2 640MB CD-ROM Drive
741 1080MB SCSI Disk Drive
745 16GB 4mm Tape Auto Loader
748 MCA keyboard/mouse adapter being configured.
749 7331 Model 205 Tape Library
754 1.1GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive being configured.
755 2.2GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive being configured.
756 4.5GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive being configured.
757 External 13GB 1.5M/s 1/4 inch tape being configured.
772 4.5GB SCSI F/W Disk Drive
773 9.1GB SCSI F/W Disk Drive
774 9.1GB External SCSI Disk Drive
77c Progress indicator. A 1.0 GB 16-bit SCSI disk drive being
    identified or configured.
783 4mm DDS-2 Tape Autoloader
789 2.6GB External Optical Drive
794 10/100MB Ethernet PX MC Adapter
797 Turboways 155 UTP/STP ATM Adapter being identified or
    configured.
798 Video streamer adapter being identified or configured.
800 Turboways 155 MMF ATM Adapter being identified or configured.
803 7336 Tape Library Robotics being configured
804 8x Speed SCSI-2 CD ROM drive being configured
807 SCSI Device Enclosure being configured
808 System Interface Full (SIF) configuration process
80c SSA 4-Port Adapter being identified or configured.
811 Processor complex being identified or configured.
812 Memory being identified or configured.
813 Battery for time-of-day, NVRAM, and so on being identified
    or configured, or system I/O control logic being identified or 
    configured.
814 NVRAM being identified or configured.
815 Floating-point processor test
816 Operator panel logic being identified or configured.
817 Time-of-day logic being identified or configured.
819 Graphics input device adapter being identified or configured.
821 Standard keyboard adapter being identified or configured.
823 Standard mouse adapter being identified or configured.
824 Standard tablet adapter being identified or configured.
825 Standard speaker adapter being identified or configured.
826 Serial Port 1 adapter being identified or configured.
827 Parallel port adapter being identified or configured.
828 Standard diskette adapter being identified or configured.
831 3151 adapter being identified or configured, or Serial Port
    2 being identified or con-figured.
834 64-port async controller being identified or configured.
835 16-port async concentrator being identified or configured.
836 128-port async controller being identified or configured.
837 16-port remote async node being identified or configured.
838 Network Terminal Accelerator Adapter being identified or
    configured.
839 7318 Serial Communications Server being configured.
841 8-port async adapter (EIA-232) being identified or configured.
842 8-port async adapter (EIA-422A) being identified or configured.
843 8-port async adapter (MIL-STD 188) being identified or
    configured.
844 7135 RAIDiant Array disk drive subsystem controller being
    identified or configured.
845 7135 RAIDiant Array disk drive subsystem drawer being
    identified or configured.
846 RAIDiant Array SCSI 1.3GB Disk Drive
847 16-port serial adapter (EIA-232) being identified or configured.
848 16-port serial adapter (EIA-422) being identified or configured.
849 X.25 Interface Co-Processor/2 adapter being identified or
    configured.
850 Token-Ring network adapter being identified or configured.
851 T1/J1 Portmaster adapter being identified or configured.
852 Ethernet adapter being identified or configured.
854 3270 Host Connection Program/6000 connection being
    identified or configured.
855 Portmaster Adapter/A being identified or configured.
857 FSLA adapter being identified or configured.
858 5085/5086/5088 adapter being identified or configured.
859 FDDI adapter being identified or configured.
85c Progress indicator. Token-Ring High-Performance LAN adapter
    is being identified or configured.
861 Optical adapter being identified or configured.
862 Block Multiplexer Channel Adapter being identified or
    configured.
865 ESCON Channel Adapter or emulator being identified or
    configured.
866 SCSI adapter being identified or configured.
867 Async expansion adapter being identified or configured.
868 SCSI adapter being identified or configured.
869 SCSI adapter being identified or configured.
870 Serial disk drive adapter being identified or configured.
871 Graphics subsystem adapter being identified or configured.
872 Grayscale graphics adapter being identified or configured.
874 Color graphics adapter being identified or configured.
875 Vendor generic communication adapter being configured.
876 8-bit color graphics processor being identified or configured.
877 POWER Gt3/POWER Gt4 being identified or configured.
878 POWER Gt4 graphics processor card being configured.
879 24-bit color graphics card, MEV2
880 POWER Gt1 adapter being identified or configured.
887 Integrated Ethernet adapter being identified or configured.
889 SCSI adapter being identified or configured.
890 SCSI-2 Differential Fast/Wide and Single-Ended Fast/Wide
    Adapter/A.
891 Vendor SCSI adapter being identified or configured.
892 Vendor display adapter being identified or configured.
893 Vendor LAN adapter being identified or configured.
894 Vendor async/communications adapter being identified or
    configured.
895 Vendor IEEE 488 adapter being identified or configured.
896 Vendor VME bus adapter being identified or configured.
897 S/370 Channel Emulator adapter being identified or configured.
898 POWER Gt1x graphics adapter being identified or configured.
899 3490 attached tape drive being identified or configured.
89c Progress indicator. A multimedia SCSI CD-ROM is being
    identified or configured.
901 Vendor SCSI device being identified or configured.
902 Vendor display device being identified or configured.
903 Vendor async device being identified or configured.
904 Vendor parallel device being identified or configured.
905 Vendor other device being identified or configured.
908 POWER GXT1000 Graphics subsystem being identified or configured.
910 1/4GB Fibre Channel/266 Standard Adapter being identified or
    configured.
911 Fibre Channel/1063 Adapter Short Wave
912 2.0GB SCSI-2 differential disk drive being identified or
    configured.
913 1.0GB differential disk drive being identified or configured.
914 5GB 8 mm differential tape drive being identified or configured.
915 4GB 4 mm tape drive being identified or configured.
916 Non-SCSI vendor tape adapter being identified or configured.
917 Progress indicator. 2.0GB 16-bit differential SCSI disk
    drive is being identified or configured.
918 Progress indicator. 2GB 16-bit single-ended SCSI disk drive
    is being identified or configured.
920 Bridge Box being identified or configured.
921 101 keyboard being identified or configured.
922 102 keyboard being identified or configured.
923 Kanji keyboard being identified or configured.
924 Two-button mouse being identified or configured.
925 Three-button mouse being identified or configured.
926 5083 tablet being identified or configured.
927 5083 tablet being identified or configured.
928 Standard speaker being identified or configured.
929 Dials being identified or configured.
930 Lighted program function keys (LPFK) being identified or
    configured.
931 IP router being identified or configured.
933 Async planar being identified or configured.
934 Async expansion drawer being identified or configured.
935 3.5-inch diskette drive being identified or configured.
936 5.25-inch diskette drive being identified or configured.
937 An HIPPI adapter is being configured.
942 POWER GXT 100 graphics adapter being identified or configured.
943 Progress indicator. 3480 and 3490 control units attached to
    a System/370 Channel Emulator/A adapter are being identified or 
    configured.
944 100MB ATM adapter being identified or configured
945 1.0GB SCSI differential disk drive being identified or
    configured.
946 Serial port 3 adapter is being identified or configured.
947 Progress indicator. A 730MB SCSI disk drive is being configured.
948 Portable disk drive being identified or configured.
949 Unknown direct bus-attach device being identified or configured.
950 Missing SCSI device being identified or configured.
951 670MB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
952 355MB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
953 320MB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
954 400MB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
955 857MB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
956 670MB SCSI disk drive electronics card being identified or
    configured.
957 120MB DBA disk drive being identified or configured.
958 160 MB DBA disk drive being identified or configured.
959 160MB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
960 1.37GB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
964 Internal 20GB 8mm tape drive identified or configured.
968 1.0GB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
970 Half-inch, 9-track tape drive being identified or configured.
971 150MB 1/4-inch tape drive being identified or configured.
972 2.3GB 8 mm SCSI tape drive being identified or configured.
973 Other SCSI tape drive being identified or configured.
974 CD-ROM drive being identified or configured.
975 Progress indicator. An optical disk drive is being
    identified or configured.
977 M-Audio Capture and Playback Adapter being identified or
    configured.
981 540MB SCSI-2 single-ended disk drive being identified or
    configured.
984 1GB 8-bit disk drive being identified or configured.
985 M-Video Capture Adapter being identified or configured.
986 2.4GB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
987 Progress indicator. Enhanced SCSI CD-ROM drive is being
    identified or configured.
989 200MB SCSI disk drive being identified or configured.
990 2.0GB SCSI-2 single-ended disk drive being identified or
    configured.
991 525MB 1/4-inch cartridge tape drive being identified or
    configured.
994 5GB 8 mm tape drive being identified or configured.
995 1.2GB 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive being identified or
    configured.
996 Progress indicator. Single-port, multi-protocol
    communications adapter is being identified or configured.
997 FDDI adapter being identified or configured.
998 2.0GB4 mm tape drive being identified or configured.
999 7137 or 3514 Disk Array Subsystem being configured.
D81 T2 Ethernet Adapter being configured.

Diagnostic Load Progress Indicators
-----------------------------------

Note: When a lowercase c is listed, it displays in the lower
half of the seven-segment
character position.

c00 AIX Install/Maintenance loaded successfully.
c01 Insert the first diagnostic diskette.
c02 Diskettes inserted out of sequence.
c03 The wrong diskette is in diskette drive.
c04 The loading stopped with a nonrecoverable error.
c05 A diskette error occurred.
c06 The rc.boot configuration shell script is unable to
    determine type of boot.
c07 Insert the next diagnostic diskette.
c08 RAM file system started incorrectly.
c09 The diskette drive is reading or writing a diskette.
c20 An unexpected halt occurred, and the system is configured to
    enter the kernel debug program instead of entering a system dump.
c21 The ifconfig command was unable to configure the network for
    the client network host.
c22 The tftp command was unable to read client's ClientHostName
    info file during a client network boot.
c24 Unable to read client's ClientHostName.info file during a
    client network boot.
c25 Client did not mount remote miniroot during network install.
c26 Client did not mount the /usr file system during the network
    boot.
c29 The system was unable to configure the network device.
c31 Select the console display for the diagnostics. To select No
    console display, set the key mode switch to Normal then to Service. 
    The diagnostic programs will then load and run the diagnostics 
    automatically.
c32 A direct-attached display (HFT) was selected.
c33 A tty terminal attached to serial ports S1 or S2 was selected.
c34 A file was selected. The console messages store in a file.
c40 Configuration files are being restored.
c41 Could not determine the boot type or device.
c42 Extracting data files from diskette.
c43 Cannot access the boot/install tape.
c44 Initializing installation database with target disk information.
c45 Cannot configure the console.
c46 Normal installation processing.
c47 Could not create a physical volume identifier (PVID) on disk.
c48 Prompting you for input.
c49 Could not create or form the JFS log.
c50 Creating root volume group on target disks.
c51 No paging devices were found.
c52 Changing from RAM environment to disk environment.
c53 Not enough space in the /tmp directory to do a preservation
    installation.
c54 Installing either BOS or additional packages.
c55 Could not remove the specified logical volume in a
    preservation installation.
c56 Running user-defined customization.
c57 Failure to restore BOS.
c58 Displaying message to turn the key.
c59 Could not copy either device special files, device ODM, or
    volume group information from RAM to disk.
c61 Failed to create the boot image.
c62 Loading platform dependent debug files
c63 Loading platform dependent data files
c64 Failed to load platform dependent data files
c70 Problem Mounting diagnostic CDROM disc
c99 Diagnostics have completed. This code is only used when
    there is no console.

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