on SCO reboot CPU error messages

Posted on 2006-05-23
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
Hello All,

We have Compaq Proline 7000 server running SCO OpenSever 5.0. When ever we reboot our server, I see these CPU error messages

" CPU4: logical unit=0, block=-2130706432, size=1, cmd=0xA2, status=0x10
CPU4: CMD_BLK: addr=C0146F64h csize=00000094h
CPU4: CMD HDR: unit=0 prior=0x00000000 ctrl=0x00000025
CPU4: REQ HDR: next=0 cmd=0x000000A2 ret_code=0x00000010
CPU4: PARAM: blknum=0x81000000 blkcnt=0x00000001 cnt=0x00000001 phys addr=0x00CCA000 virt addr = 0xC0CCA000 bytes=0x000000A0
CPU4: bp: EFEB6290
CPU2: NOTICE: ida0: slot 11: invalid request on dev 75/0 blk -2130706432
CPU2: logical unit=0, block=-2130706432, size=1, cmd=0xA4, status=0x10
CPU2: CMD_BLK: addr=C0146ACCh csize=00000094h
CPU2: CMD HDR: unit=0 prior=0x00000000 ctrl=0x00000025
CPU2: REQ HDR: next=0 cmd=0x000000A4 ret_code=0x00000010
CPU2: PARAM: blknum=0x81000000 blkcnt=0x00000001 cnt=0x00000001 phys addr=0x00CCA000 virt addr = 0xC0CCA000 bytes=0x00000080
CPU2: bp: EFEB6290
Mon May  1 16:28:02 2006
NOTICE: ida0: slot 11: invalid request on dev 75/0 blk -2130705920 logical unit=0, block=-2130705920, size=1, cmd=0xA0, status=0x10 "

I called HP for the support, they advised me these recommendations
 1.  Update the BIOS
 2. Go to the System Configuration Switch - set or clear the NVRAM

first one is I dont know how simple is that, you can advise me

second one looks easy for me, but I dont know how to do that

if any one can help in this.

I would appreciate your help.

Question by:z670193
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    Expert Comment

    First update your BIOS, see if can fix the problem.

    From my memory SCO 5.0.4 or old might have problem with P4 CPUs,
    if you are running SCO 5.0.4 or old, consider update to SCO 5.0.6 or
    newer. (or change the OS to Linux, SCO is getting out of the market !).

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