ibm-esxs st336605lc !#

Posted on 2007-11-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I receive this when my scsi drives spin up, on an ibm xseries350 using an adaptec AIC 7899. I have scoured the net and cannot find any documentation as to what this means. I have install debian etch successfully but still am curious as to what the '!#' means.

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is this displayed in the bios?  then a bios update can help

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by bios do you mean the scsi bios thats where it shows that when it boots and is spinning up the drives
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yes - provide some more info

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