Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Nothing responds after these commands to start the console on this T5220

T5220 SP console is configured but when I run the start /SP/console and say yes to startup... nothing happens.... but i can type #. to get back to the prompt. What is preventing the console from com 


Nothing responds after these commands to start the console on this T5220. 
-> pwd 
Current default target: /SP 

-> start console 
Are you sure you want to start /SP/console (y/n)? y 
Serial console started. To stop, type #.

This may be a problem of the SP Firmware so please updated the Firmware to
the latest and reconfigure your SP.
Try this may help you.
I presume you hit "enter" after receiving the "Serial console started..." message. 
Try a CTRL-C if hitting "enter" doesn't work. It could be that the last person to use the console left it in a hung or temporarily hung state.
I tried that and it didn't help. I'm not sure why it's not responding. The network is configured correctly and I can log directly into the Service console and get the sc> prompt. But still nothing happens after hitting "enter" or cntl C.
Hi, 

below is the command to create one admin user and do the poweron from the
sc> prompt, no need to start?


create /SP/users/admin
Creating user...
Enter new password: ********
Enter new password again: ********
set /SP/users/admin roleƂ­ministrator
set /SP/users/admin cli_mode=alom
Everything was configured except for the cli_mode=alom and I changed that and tried to stop/start the console again but still no response? It just hangs without coming back with a login prompt. 

Is there another configuration file that I need to look at? 
Have you tried doing a 'reset' from the normal prompt or a 'resetsc' from the sc> prompt?
From another xterm window I logged onto the system and looked for console processes that were running. 

I found this process running and I killed it. When I killed this process, the login prompt came up in the other SC window BUT still I was unable to type into that window to login as root. 

root 20009 7 0 12:11:07 console 0:00 /usr/lib/saf/ttymon -g -d /dev/console -l console -m ldterm,ttcompat -h -p qugz 


Still confused> 
any chance you have a keyboard/mouse and monitor connected so that the output goes to the video out, rather than the sc?
from the sc> execute break 
sc> break -y 
do 2 to 3 time hope you will get ok prompt 
  > Hi, 

> First u have to check the any graphics card connected or not , if the 
> graphics are connected means u just check with monitor, because after given 
> the start or power-on the display will come on monitor which is connected 
> with Server.. u have graphics card in ur machine u can't get the login 
> screen in Serial console....... 
First u have to check the any graphics card connected or not , if the 
graphics are connected means u just check with monitor, because if the m u 
have graphics card in ur machine u can't get the login screen in Serial 
console....... 
would you please supply the output for the command "show /SP/network" 
Did you do a -> start /SYS 
This start a power on sequence 

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