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Nelson Chamba
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boot machine from GSP

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Hi all,

 

My server failed to boot but i can access the GPS console how can bring the OS backup to live.

 

Best regards,

Nelson Chamba\

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Torsten.
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Re: boot machine from GSP

What server model?

 

Could you please capture the console during boot and post?


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Nelson Chamba
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Re: boot machine from GSP

Hi dear Torsten,

 

The server model is HP 9000 running HP-UX v11.00

 

regards,

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Robert_Jewell
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Re: boot machine from GSP

HP 9000 is a line of models and not very specific.  You say "GSP" that typically means a model from the A class, L class or N class (also known as rp2400, rp5400, and rp7400 series of models).

 

Are you at a GSP prompt or just attached to the console?   As previously requested, post what you see on the console (if anything).

 

-Bob

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Nelson Chamba
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Re: boot machine from GSP

Hi Robert,

 

It´s N4000 and I´m connected to the console. But the problem is solved now, I manager to boot it.

 

I typed CO and it started booting after certain time.

 

thanx and regards,

NC\

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xxf_1
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Re: boot machine from GSP

recovery disk is a good way to recover your OS

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