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  1. =~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~= PuTTY log 2019.02.21 12:08:01 =~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=
  2.  
  3. Polling for SD card state change \
  4.  
  5.  
  6. U-Boot 2009.08-00088-g121cddc (Nov 17 2014 - 05:50:46) Avocent (0.0.3) EVB, Build: jenkins-idrac-yocto-release-505
  7.  
  8. CPU: SH-4A
  9. BOARD: R0P7757LC00xxRL (C0 step) board
  10. BOOT: Secure, HRK not generated
  11. DRAM:  240MB
  12.   (240MB of 256MB total DRAM is available on U-Boot)
  13. ENV:   Using primary env area.
  14. In:    serial
  15. Out:   serial
  16. Err:   serial
  17. PCIe:  Bridge loaded with 0x18000 bytes
  18. WDT2:  Booted Lower Vector, 'uboot1'
  19. sh_mmcif: 0, sh-sdhi: 1
  20. Net:   sh_eth.0, sh_g_eth.0
  21. INFO: 00:002 Start-up -to- util_idrac_main()
  22. INFO: 00:004 U-Boot 2009.08-00088-g121cddc (Nov 17 2014 - 05:50:46) Avocent (0.0.3) EVB
  23. INFO: 00:009 U-Boot checkin date(05-10-2013) Version(1.0.183)
  24. INFO: 00:006 iDRAC PPID <NULL>
  25. INFO: 00:002 SPI NOR init 4096 KiB AT25DF321A bus=0 cs=0, speed=1000000, mode=3
  26. INFO: 00:008 SH-4A Product: Major Ver=0x31  Minor Ver=0x14 C4 Little endian
  27.              Family=0x10    Major Ver=0x30  Minor Ver=0x0b
  28. PASS: 00:015 Dedicated monolithic mgmt NIC disabled
  29. INFO: 00:129 BCM54610 OUI=0x3fffff  Model=0x3f  Revision=0x0f PhyAddr=1
  30. INFO: 00:006 SD CARD: is not found
  31. INFO: 00:042 EMMC:   Device: sh_mmcif   Manufacturer ID: 90   OEM: 14a
  32.              Name: HYNIX   Tran Speed: 25000000   Rd Block Len: 512
  33.              MMC version 4.0   High Capacity: Yes   Capacity: 0
  34. INFO: 00:019 CPLD: Major Ver=0x1  Minor Ver=0x0  Maint Ver=0x4
  35.              Planar: Type=0x09  Rev=0x4  Rework=0x0  Scratch/PathRetry=0x0f
  36. PASS: 00:013 Coin cell detected good,  AD=0x3a2 low water=0x2c1
  37. PASS: 00:008 PCIe C0 Ver=0.15 MCTP en, CRC=0x8e9b6875 @0x8efbf954 cnt=0x18000
  38. INFO: 00:007 Init PCIe mailbox(PCIe 0xFFEE0150=0x40010000)
  39. INFO: 00:006 mode=normal
  40. INFO: 00:002 reset_cause=recover
  41. PASS: 00:005 Booted Lower Vector, 'uboot1' wdt2cnt=0
  42. INFO: 00:005 wdt0cnt=0
  43. PASS: 00:003 SMR0 no sermux env, default 0xd4
  44. INFO: 00:004 GRACR=0x3c HISEL=0x00 SIRQCR5_D=0x03 SIRQCR6_D=0x01 LADMSK0=0xff2
  45.              MRSTCR0=0xfedffe7f MRSTCR1=0xfff3ff0f MRSTCR2=0x7f80feff
  46.              BARMAP=0x1 BCR=0x85000000 NCER=0x01fc NCMCR=0x0006 NCCSR=0x0303
  47. PASS: 00:021 etherc0=90:B1:1C:54:43:89
  48.              getherc0=90:B1:1C:54:43:8A
  49. INFO: 00:008 Fan logic is not modified on Non-AC power up
  50. INFO: 00:052 Env and backup CRC'ed ok
  51. *** no text signature found ***
  52. INFO: 00:649 Sync eMMC/SPI NOR/Alternate u-boot images
  53. PASS: 00:077 Current u-boot1 1.0.183 verified with 'ubootN'
  54.              Trailer Struct - Missing start token, exp=0xc0de1111 rec=0x0
  55. FAIL: 00:214 Verify OS Images N: Kernel crc exp=0xca4431c0 rec=0x26c73dbc
  56.              blk_start=0x1 blk_size=0x1360 ENV bcnt=0x26b937
  57. FAIL: 00:013 Boot device=emmc  Boot partition1/N
  58.              Boot Path Retry:P1/N=3 P5/N-1=3  Recover
  59. INFO: 00:011 Sync eMMC/SPI NOR/Alternate u-boot images
  60. PASS: 00:075 Current u-boot1 1.0.183 verified with 'ubootN'
  61.              Trailer Struct - Missing start token, exp=0xc0de1111 rec=0x0
  62. FAIL: 00:212 Verify OS Images N: Kernel crc exp=0xca4431c0 rec=0x26c73dbc
  63.              blk_start=0x1 blk_size=0x1360 ENV bcnt=0x26b937
  64. FAIL: 00:013 Boot device=emmc  Boot partition1/N
  65.              Boot Path Retry:P1/N=3 P5/N-1=3  Recover
  66. INFO: 00:000 01:649
  67.  
  68.  
  69. WDT2: Disabled
  70.  
  71.  
  72. ######################################################################
  73. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  74. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  75. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  76. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  77. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  78. 3)  Insert SD card.
  79. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  80. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  81. ######################################################################
  82.  
  83. Polling for SD card state change \
  84. Polling for SD card state change |
  85. Polling for SD card state change /
  86. Polling for SD card state change -
  87.  
  88.  
  89. SD card state change, previous=0x780  new=0x7b0
  90.  
  91.  
  92. ######################################################################
  93. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  94. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  95. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  96. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  97. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  98. 3)  Insert SD card.
  99. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  100. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  101. ######################################################################
  102.  
  103.  
  104. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  105.  
  106.  
  107. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  108. reading /firmimg.d7
  109.  
  110. 95344358 bytes read
  111. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  112. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 16:525
  113.  
  114. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  115. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  116. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  117. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  118. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  119.                                                                                
  120. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  121. mmc write failed
  122.  
  123. util flash:
  124. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  125. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  126. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  127. Polling for SD card state change \
  128.  
  129.  
  130.  
  131. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x720
  132.  
  133.  
  134. ######################################################################
  135. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  136. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  137. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  138. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  139. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  140. 3)  Insert SD card.
  141. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  142. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  143. ######################################################################
  144.  
  145. sh-sdhi: Cmd(d'1) err
  146. sh-sdhi: cmdidx = 1
  147. Card did not respond to voltage select!
  148. Polling for SD card state change \
  149.  
  150. SD card state change, previous=0x720  new=0x788
  151.  
  152.  
  153. ######################################################################
  154. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  155. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  156. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  157. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  158. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  159. 3)  Insert SD card.
  160. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  161. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  162. ######################################################################
  163.  
  164. Polling for SD card state change \
  165. Polling for SD card state change |
  166.  
  167. SD card state change, previous=0x788  new=0x7b8
  168.  
  169.  
  170. ######################################################################
  171. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  172. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  173. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  174. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  175. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  176. 3)  Insert SD card.
  177. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  178. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  179. ######################################################################
  180.  
  181.  
  182. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  183.  
  184.  
  185. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  186. reading /firmimg.d7
  187.  
  188. 95344358 bytes read
  189. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  190. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 16:524
  191.  
  192. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  193. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  194. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  195. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  196. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  197.                                                                                
  198. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  199. mmc write failed
  200.  
  201. util flash:
  202. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  203. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  204. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  205. Polling for SD card state change \
  206. Polling for SD card state change |
  207. Polling for SD card state change /
  208. Polling for SD card state change -
  209. Polling for SD card state change \
  210. Polling for SD card state change |
  211. Polling for SD card state change /
  212. Polling for SD card state change -
  213. Polling for SD card state change \
  214. Polling for SD card state change |
  215. Polling for SD card state change /
  216. Polling for SD card state change -
  217. Polling for SD card state change \
  218. Polling for SD card state change |
  219. Polling for SD card state change /
  220. Polling for SD card state change -
  221. Polling for SD card state change \
  222.  
  223. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x720
  224.  
  225.  
  226. ######################################################################
  227. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  228. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  229. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  230. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  231. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  232. 3)  Insert SD card.
  233. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  234. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  235. ######################################################################
  236.  
  237.  
  238. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  239.  
  240.  
  241. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  242. mmc read failed
  243.  
  244. ** Can't read from device 1 **
  245.  
  246. ** Unable to use mmc 1:1 for fatload **
  247. UTIL RECOVER:ERROR:do_fat_fsload() failure
  248. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  249. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  250. Polling for SD card state change \
  251.  
  252. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  253.  
  254.  
  255. ######################################################################
  256. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  257. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  258. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  259. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  260. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  261. 3)  Insert SD card.
  262. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  263. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  264. ######################################################################
  265.  
  266. Polling for SD card state change \
  267. Polling for SD card state change |
  268. Polling for SD card state change /
  269. Polling for SD card state change -
  270. Polling for SD card state change \
  271. Polling for SD card state change |
  272. Polling for SD card state change /
  273. Polling for SD card state change -
  274. Polling for SD card state change \
  275. Polling for SD card state change |
  276. Polling for SD card state change /
  277. Polling for SD card state change -
  278. Polling for SD card state change \
  279.  
  280.  
  281. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  282.  
  283.  
  284. ######################################################################
  285. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  286. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  287. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  288. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  289. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  290. 3)  Insert SD card.
  291. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  292. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  293. ######################################################################
  294.  
  295.  
  296. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  297.  
  298.  
  299. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  300. reading /firmimg.d7
  301.  
  302. 56019170 bytes read
  303. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  304. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 09:735
  305.  
  306. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  307. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  308. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  309. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  310. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  311.                                                                                
  312. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  313. mmc write failed
  314.  
  315. util flash:
  316. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  317. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  318. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  319. Polling for SD card state change \
  320. Polling for SD card state change |
  321. Polling for SD card state change /
  322. Polling for SD card state change -
  323.  
  324.  
  325. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x708
  326.  
  327.  
  328. ######################################################################
  329. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  330. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  331. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  332. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  333. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  334. 3)  Insert SD card.
  335. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  336. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  337. ######################################################################
  338.  
  339. Polling for SD card state change \
  340. Polling for SD card state change |
  341. Polling for SD card state change /
  342. Polling for SD card state change -
  343.  
  344.  
  345. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  346.  
  347.  
  348. ######################################################################
  349. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  350. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  351. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  352. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  353. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  354. 3)  Insert SD card.
  355. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  356. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  357. ######################################################################
  358.  
  359. Polling for SD card state change \
  360.  
  361. SD card state change, previous=0x720  new=0x7a0
  362.  
  363.  
  364. ######################################################################
  365. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  366. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  367. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  368. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  369. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  370. 3)  Insert SD card.
  371. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  372. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  373. ######################################################################
  374.  
  375.  
  376. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  377.  
  378.  
  379. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  380. reading /firmimg.d7
  381.  
  382. 56023266 bytes read
  383. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  384. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 09:735
  385.  
  386. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  387. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  388. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  389. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  390. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  391.                                                                                
  392. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  393. mmc write failed
  394.  
  395. util flash:
  396. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  397. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  398. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  399. Polling for SD card state change \
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  516. Polling for SD card state change |
  517. Polling for SD card state change /
  518. Polling for SD card state change -
  519. Polling for SD card state change \
  520. Polling for SD card state change |
  521. Polling for SD card state change /
  522. Polling for SD card state change -
  523. Polling for SD card state change \
  524. Polling for SD card state change |
  525. Polling for SD card state change /
  526. Polling for SD card state change -
  527. Polling for SD card state change \
  528. Polling for SD card state change |
  529. Polling for SD card state change /
  530. Polling for SD card state change -
  531. Polling for SD card state change \
  532. Polling for SD card state change |
  533. Polling for SD card state change /
  534. Polling for SD card state change -
  535. Polling for SD card state change \
  536. Polling for SD card state change |
  537. Polling for SD card state change /
  538. Polling for SD card state change -
  539. Polling for SD card state change \
  540. Polling for SD card state change |
  541. Polling for SD card state change /
  542. Polling for SD card state change -
  543. Polling for SD card state change \
  544. Polling for SD card state change |
  545. Polling for SD card state change /
  546. Polling for SD card state change -
  547. Polling for SD card state change \
  548. Polling for SD card state change |
  549. Polling for SD card state change /
  550. Polling for SD card state change -
  551. Polling for SD card state change \
  552. Polling for SD card state change |
  553. Polling for SD card state change /
  554. Polling for SD card state change -
  555. Polling for SD card state change \
  556. Polling for SD card state change |
  557. Polling for SD card state change /
  558. Polling for SD card state change -
  559. Polling for SD card state change \
  560. Polling for SD card state change |
  561. Polling for SD card state change /
  562. Polling for SD card state change -
  563. Polling for SD card state change \
  564. Polling for SD card state change |
  565. Polling for SD card state change /
  566. Polling for SD card state change -
  567. Polling for SD card state change \
  568. Polling for SD card state change |
  569. Polling for SD card state change /
  570. Polling for SD card state change -
  571. Polling for SD card state change \
  572. Polling for SD card state change |
  573. Polling for SD card state change /
  574. Polling for SD card state change -
  575. Polling for SD card state change \
  576. Polling for SD card state change |
  577. Polling for SD card state change /
  578. Polling for SD card state change -
  579. Polling for SD card state change \
  580. Polling for SD card state change |
  581. Polling for SD card state change /
  582. Polling for SD card state change -
  583. Polling for SD card state change \
  584. Polling for SD card state change |
  585. Polling for SD card state change /
  586. Polling for SD card state change -
  587. Polling for SD card state change \
  588. Polling for SD card state change |
  589. Polling for SD card state change /
  590. Polling for SD card state change -
  591. Polling for SD card state change \
  592. Polling for SD card state change |
  593. Polling for SD card state change /
  594. Polling for SD card state change -
  595. Polling for SD card state change \
  596. Polling for SD card state change |
  597. Polling for SD card state change /
  598. Polling for SD card state change -
  599. Polling for SD card state change \
  600. Polling for SD card state change |
  601. Polling for SD card state change /
  602. Polling for SD card state change -
  603. Polling for SD card state change \
  604. Polling for SD card state change |
  605. Polling for SD card state change /
  606. Polling for SD card state change -
  607. Polling for SD card state change \
  608. Polling for SD card state change |
  609. Polling for SD card state change /
  610. Polling for SD card state change -
  611. Polling for SD card state change \
  612. Polling for SD card state change |
  613. Polling for SD card state change /
  614. Polling for SD card state change -
  615. Polling for SD card state change \
  616. Polling for SD card state change |
  617. Polling for SD card state change /
  618. Polling for SD card state change -
  619. Polling for SD card state change \
  620. Polling for SD card state change |
  621. Polling for SD card state change /
  622. Polling for SD card state change -
  623. Polling for SD card state change \
  624. Polling for SD card state change |
  625. Polling for SD card state change /
  626. Polling for SD card state change -
  627. Polling for SD card state change \
  628. Polling for SD card state change |
  629. Polling for SD card state change /
  630. Polling for SD card state change -
  631. Polling for SD card state change \
  632. Polling for SD card state change |
  633. Polling for SD card state change /
  634. Polling for SD card state change -
  635. Polling for SD card state change \
  636. Polling for SD card state change |
  637. Polling for SD card state change /
  638. Polling for SD card state change -
  639. Polling for SD card state change \
  640. Polling for SD card state change |
  641. Polling for SD card state change /
  642. Polling for SD card state change -
  643. Polling for SD card state change \
  644. Polling for SD card state change |
  645. Polling for SD card state change /
  646. Polling for SD card state change -
  647. Polling for SD card state change \
  648. Polling for SD card state change |
  649. Polling for SD card state change /
  650. Polling for SD card state change -
  651. Polling for SD card state change \
  652. Polling for SD card state change |
  653. Polling for SD card state change /
  654. Polling for SD card state change -
  655. Polling for SD card state change \
  656. Polling for SD card state change |
  657. Polling for SD card state change /
  658. Polling for SD card state change -
  659. Polling for SD card state change \
  660. Polling for SD card state change |
  661. Polling for SD card state change /
  662. Polling for SD card state change -
  663. Polling for SD card state change \
  664. Polling for SD card state change |
  665. Polling for SD card state change /
  666. Polling for SD card state change -
  667. Polling for SD card state change \
  668. Polling for SD card state change |
  669. Polling for SD card state change /
  670. Polling for SD card state change -
  671. Polling for SD card state change \
  672. Polling for SD card state change |
  673. Polling for SD card state change /
  674. Polling for SD card state change -
  675. Polling for SD card state change \
  676. Polling for SD card state change |
  677. Polling for SD card state change /
  678. Polling for SD card state change -
  679. Polling for SD card state change \
  680. Polling for SD card state change |
  681. Polling for SD card state change /
  682. Polling for SD card state change -
  683. Polling for SD card state change \
  684. Polling for SD card state change |
  685. Polling for SD card state change /
  686. Polling for SD card state change -
  687. Polling for SD card state change \
  688. Polling for SD card state change |
  689. Polling for SD card state change /
  690. Polling for SD card state change -
  691. Polling for SD card state change \
  692. Polling for SD card state change |
  693. Polling for SD card state change /
  694. Polling for SD card state change -
  695. Polling for SD card state change \
  696. Polling for SD card state change |
  697. Polling for SD card state change /
  698. Polling for SD card state change -
  699. Polling for SD card state change \
  700. Polling for SD card state change |
  701. Polling for SD card state change /
  702. Polling for SD card state change -
  703. Polling for SD card state change \
  704. Polling for SD card state change |
  705. Polling for SD card state change /
  706. Polling for SD card state change -
  707. Polling for SD card state change \
  708. Polling for SD card state change |
  709. Polling for SD card state change /
  710. Polling for SD card state change -
  711. Polling for SD card state change \
  712. Polling for SD card state change |
  713. Polling for SD card state change /
  714. Polling for SD card state change -
  715. Polling for SD card state change \
  716. Polling for SD card state change |
  717. Polling for SD card state change /
  718. Polling for SD card state change -
  719. Polling for SD card state change \
  720. Polling for SD card state change |
  721. Polling for SD card state change /
  722. Polling for SD card state change -
  723. Polling for SD card state change \
  724. Polling for SD card state change |
  725. Polling for SD card state change /
  726. Polling for SD card state change -
  727. Polling for SD card state change \
  728. Polling for SD card state change |
  729. Polling for SD card state change /
  730. Polling for SD card state change -
  731. Polling for SD card state change \
  732. Polling for SD card state change |
  733. Polling for SD card state change /
  734. Polling for SD card state change -
  735. Polling for SD card state change \
  736. Polling for SD card state change |
  737. Polling for SD card state change /
  738. Polling for SD card state change -
  739. Polling for SD card state change \
  740. Polling for SD card state change |
  741. Polling for SD card state change /
  742. Polling for SD card state change -
  743. Polling for SD card state change \
  744. Polling for SD card state change |
  745. Polling for SD card state change /
  746. Polling for SD card state change -
  747. Polling for SD card state change \
  748. Polling for SD card state change |
  749. Polling for SD card state change /
  750. Polling for SD card state change -
  751. Polling for SD card state change \
  752. Polling for SD card state change |
  753. Polling for SD card state change /
  754. Polling for SD card state change -
  755. Polling for SD card state change \
  756. Polling for SD card state change |
  757. Polling for SD card state change /
  758. Polling for SD card state change -
  759. Polling for SD card state change \
  760. Polling for SD card state change |
  761. Polling for SD card state change /
  762. Polling for SD card state change -
  763. Polling for SD card state change \
  764. Polling for SD card state change |
  765. Polling for SD card state change /
  766. Polling for SD card state change -
  767. Polling for SD card state change \
  768. Polling for SD card state change |
  769. Polling for SD card state change /
  770. Polling for SD card state change -
  771. Polling for SD card state change \
  772. Polling for SD card state change |
  773. Polling for SD card state change /
  774. Polling for SD card state change -
  775. Polling for SD card state change \
  776. Polling for SD card state change |
  777. Polling for SD card state change /
  778. Polling for SD card state change -
  779. Polling for SD card state change \
  780. Polling for SD card state change |
  781. Polling for SD card state change /
  782. Polling for SD card state change -
  783. Polling for SD card state change \
  784. Polling for SD card state change |
  785. Polling for SD card state change /
  786. Polling for SD card state change -
  787. Polling for SD card state change \
  788.  
  789. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  790.  
  791.  
  792. ######################################################################
  793. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  794. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  795. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  796. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  797. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  798. 3)  Insert SD card.
  799. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  800. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  801. ######################################################################
  802.  
  803.  
  804. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  805.  
  806.  
  807. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  808. reading /firmimg.d7
  809.  
  810. 56023266 bytes read
  811. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  812. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 09:736
  813.  
  814. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  815. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  816. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  817. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  818. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  819.                                                                                
  820. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  821. mmc write failed
  822.  
  823. util flash:
  824. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  825. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  826. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  827. Polling for SD card state change \
  828. Polling for SD card state change |
  829. Polling for SD card state change /
  830. Polling for SD card state change -
  831.  
  832. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x708
  833.  
  834.  
  835. ######################################################################
  836. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  837. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  838. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  839. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  840. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  841. 3)  Insert SD card.
  842. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  843. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  844. ######################################################################
  845.  
  846. Polling for SD card state change \
  847.  
  848.  
  849. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x7b8
  850.  
  851.  
  852. ######################################################################
  853. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  854. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  855. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  856. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  857. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  858. 3)  Insert SD card.
  859. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  860. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  861. ######################################################################
  862.  
  863. Polling for SD card state change \
  864. Polling for SD card state change |
  865. Polling for SD card state change /
  866. Polling for SD card state change -
  867. Polling for SD card state change \
  868. Polling for SD card state change |
  869. Polling for SD card state change /
  870. Polling for SD card state change -
  871. Polling for SD card state change \
  872. Polling for SD card state change |
  873. Polling for SD card state change /
  874. Polling for SD card state change -
  875. Polling for SD card state change \
  876. Polling for SD card state change |
  877. Polling for SD card state change /
  878. Polling for SD card state change -
  879. Polling for SD card state change \
  880. Polling for SD card state change |
  881.  
  882. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  883.  
  884.  
  885. ######################################################################
  886. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  887. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  888. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  889. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  890. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  891. 3)  Insert SD card.
  892. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  893. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  894. ######################################################################
  895.  
  896. Polling for SD card state change \
  897.  
  898.  
  899.  
  900. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  901.  
  902.  
  903. ######################################################################
  904. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  905. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  906. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  907. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  908. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  909. 3)  Insert SD card.
  910. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  911. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  912. ######################################################################
  913.  
  914. Polling for SD card state change \
  915.  
  916. SD card state change, previous=0x720  new=0x7a0
  917.  
  918.  
  919. ######################################################################
  920. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  921. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  922. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  923. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  924. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  925. 3)  Insert SD card.
  926. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  927. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  928. ######################################################################
  929.  
  930. Polling for SD card state change \
  931. Polling for SD card state change |
  932. Polling for SD card state change /
  933. Polling for SD card state change -
  934. Polling for SD card state change \
  935. Polling for SD card state change |
  936. Polling for SD card state change /
  937. Polling for SD card state change -
  938. Polling for SD card state change \
  939. Polling for SD card state change |
  940. Polling for SD card state change /
  941. Polling for SD card state change -
  942. Polling for SD card state change \
  943. Polling for SD card state change |
  944. Polling for SD card state change /
  945. Polling for SD card state change -
  946.  
  947. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x708
  948.  
  949.  
  950. ######################################################################
  951. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  952. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  953. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  954. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  955. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  956. 3)  Insert SD card.
  957. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  958. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  959. ######################################################################
  960.  
  961. Polling for SD card state change \
  962. Polling for SD card state change |
  963. Polling for SD card state change /
  964. Polling for SD card state change -
  965. Polling for SD card state change \
  966. Polling for SD card state change |
  967. Polling for SD card state change /
  968. Polling for SD card state change -
  969. Polling for SD card state change \
  970. Polling for SD card state change |
  971. Polling for SD card state change /
  972. Polling for SD card state change -
  973. Polling for SD card state change \
  974. Polling for SD card state change |
  975. Polling for SD card state change /
  976. Polling for SD card state change -
  977. Polling for SD card state change \
  978. Polling for SD card state change |
  979. Polling for SD card state change /
  980. Polling for SD card state change -
  981. Polling for SD card state change \
  982. Polling for SD card state change |
  983. Polling for SD card state change /
  984. Polling for SD card state change -
  985. Polling for SD card state change \
  986. Polling for SD card state change |
  987. Polling for SD card state change /
  988. Polling for SD card state change -
  989. Polling for SD card state change \
  990. Polling for SD card state change |
  991. Polling for SD card state change /
  992. Polling for SD card state change -
  993. Polling for SD card state change \
  994. Polling for SD card state change |
  995. Polling for SD card state change /
  996. Polling for SD card state change -
  997. Polling for SD card state change \
  998. Polling for SD card state change |
  999. Polling for SD card state change /
  1000. Polling for SD card state change -
  1001. Polling for SD card state change \
  1002. Polling for SD card state change |
  1003. Polling for SD card state change /
  1004. Polling for SD card state change -
  1005. Polling for SD card state change \
  1006. Polling for SD card state change |
  1007. Polling for SD card state change /
  1008. Polling for SD card state change -
  1009. Polling for SD card state change \
  1010. Polling for SD card state change |
  1011. Polling for SD card state change /
  1012. Polling for SD card state change -
  1013. Polling for SD card state change \
  1014. Polling for SD card state change |
  1015.  
  1016. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  1017.  
  1018.  
  1019. ######################################################################
  1020. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1021. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1022. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1023. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1024. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1025. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1026. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1027. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1028. ######################################################################
  1029.  
  1030. Polling for SD card state change \
  1031.  
  1032. SD card state change, previous=0x720  new=0x7a0
  1033.  
  1034.  
  1035. ######################################################################
  1036. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1037. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1038. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1039. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1040. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1041. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1042. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1043. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1044. ######################################################################
  1045.  
  1046. Polling for SD card state change \
  1047. Polling for SD card state change |
  1048. Polling for SD card state change /
  1049. Polling for SD card state change -
  1050. Polling for SD card state change \
  1051. Polling for SD card state change |
  1052. Polling for SD card state change /
  1053. Polling for SD card state change -
  1054. Polling for SD card state change \
  1055. Polling for SD card state change |
  1056.  
  1057. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1058.  
  1059.  
  1060. ######################################################################
  1061. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1062. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1063. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1064. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1065. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1066. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1067. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1068. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1069. ######################################################################
  1070.  
  1071. Polling for SD card state change \
  1072.  
  1073. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x7b8
  1074.  
  1075.  
  1076. ######################################################################
  1077. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1078. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1079. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1080. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1081. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1082. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1083. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1084. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1085. ######################################################################
  1086.  
  1087.  
  1088. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  1089.  
  1090.  
  1091. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  1092. reading /firmimg.d7
  1093.  
  1094. 62970598 bytes read
  1095. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  1096. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 10:935
  1097.  
  1098. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  1099. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  1100. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  1101. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  1102. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  1103.                                                                                
  1104. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  1105. mmc write failed
  1106.  
  1107. util flash:
  1108. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  1109. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  1110. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  1111. Polling for SD card state change \
  1112. Polling for SD card state change |
  1113. Polling for SD card state change /
  1114. Polling for SD card state change -
  1115. Polling for SD card state change \
  1116. Polling for SD card state change |
  1117. Polling for SD card state change /
  1118. Polling for SD card state change -
  1119. Polling for SD card state change \
  1120.  
  1121. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1122.  
  1123.  
  1124. ######################################################################
  1125. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1126. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1127. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1128. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1129. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1130. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1131. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1132. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1133. ######################################################################
  1134.  
  1135. Polling for SD card state change \
  1136. Polling for SD card state change |
  1137. Polling for SD card state change /
  1138. Polling for SD card state change -
  1139. Polling for SD card state change \
  1140.  
  1141.  
  1142. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  1143.  
  1144.  
  1145. ######################################################################
  1146. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1147. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1148. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1149. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1150. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1151. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1152. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1153. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1154. ######################################################################
  1155.  
  1156.  
  1157. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  1158.  
  1159.  
  1160. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  1161. reading /firmimg.d7
  1162.  
  1163. 95344358 bytes read
  1164. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  1165. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 16:524
  1166.  
  1167. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  1168. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  1169. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  1170. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  1171. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  1172.                                                                                
  1173. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  1174. mmc write failed
  1175.  
  1176. util flash:
  1177. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  1178. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  1179. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  1180. Polling for SD card state change \
  1181. Polling for SD card state change |
  1182. Polling for SD card state change /
  1183. Polling for SD card state change -
  1184. Polling for SD card state change \
  1185. Polling for SD card state change |
  1186. Polling for SD card state change /
  1187. Polling for SD card state change -
  1188. Polling for SD card state change \
  1189. Polling for SD card state change |
  1190. Polling for SD card state change /
  1191. Polling for SD card state change -
  1192. Polling for SD card state change \
  1193.  
  1194. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x708
  1195.  
  1196.  
  1197. ######################################################################
  1198. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1199. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1200. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1201. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1202. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1203. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1204. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1205. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1206. ######################################################################
  1207.  
  1208. Polling for SD card state change \
  1209. Polling for SD card state change |
  1210. Polling for SD card state change /
  1211. Polling for SD card state change -
  1212. Polling for SD card state change \
  1213. Polling for SD card state change |
  1214.  
  1215.  
  1216. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  1217.  
  1218.  
  1219. ######################################################################
  1220. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1221. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1222. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1223. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1224. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1225. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1226. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1227. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1228. ######################################################################
  1229.  
  1230. Polling for SD card state change \
  1231. Polling for SD card state change |
  1232. Polling for SD card state change /
  1233. Polling for SD card state change -
  1234. Polling for SD card state change \
  1235. Polling for SD card state change |
  1236. Polling for SD card state change /
  1237. Polling for SD card state change -
  1238. Polling for SD card state change \
  1239. Polling for SD card state change |
  1240. Polling for SD card state change /
  1241. Polling for SD card state change -
  1242. Polling for SD card state change \
  1243. Polling for SD card state change |
  1244. Polling for SD card state change /
  1245. Polling for SD card state change -
  1246.  
  1247. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1248.  
  1249.  
  1250. ######################################################################
  1251. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1252. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1253. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1254. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1255. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1256. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1257. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1258. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1259. ######################################################################
  1260.  
  1261. Polling for SD card state change \
  1262. Polling for SD card state change |
  1263. Polling for SD card state change /
  1264. Polling for SD card state change -
  1265. Polling for SD card state change \
  1266.  
  1267. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x708
  1268.  
  1269.  
  1270. ######################################################################
  1271. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1272. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1273. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1274. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1275. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1276. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1277. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1278. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1279. ######################################################################
  1280.  
  1281. Polling for SD card state change \
  1282. Polling for SD card state change |
  1283. Polling for SD card state change /
  1284. Polling for SD card state change -
  1285. Polling for SD card state change \
  1286. Polling for SD card state change |
  1287. Polling for SD card state change /
  1288. Polling for SD card state change -
  1289. Polling for SD card state change \
  1290. Polling for SD card state change |
  1291. Polling for SD card state change /
  1292. Polling for SD card state change -
  1293. Polling for SD card state change \
  1294. Polling for SD card state change |
  1295. Polling for SD card state change /
  1296. Polling for SD card state change -
  1297. Polling for SD card state change \
  1298.  
  1299.  
  1300. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x7b8
  1301.  
  1302.  
  1303. ######################################################################
  1304. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1305. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1306. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1307. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1308. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1309. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1310. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1311. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1312. ######################################################################
  1313.  
  1314.  
  1315. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  1316.  
  1317.  
  1318. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  1319. reading /firmimg.d7
  1320.  
  1321. 95344358 bytes read
  1322. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  1323. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 16:539
  1324.  
  1325. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  1326. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  1327. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  1328. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  1329. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  1330.                                                                                
  1331. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  1332. mmc write failed
  1333.  
  1334. util flash:
  1335. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  1336. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  1337. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  1338. Polling for SD card state change \
  1339. Polling for SD card state change |
  1340. Polling for SD card state change /
  1341. Polling for SD card state change -
  1342. Polling for SD card state change \
  1343. Polling for SD card state change |
  1344. Polling for SD card state change /
  1345. Polling for SD card state change -
  1346. Polling for SD card state change \
  1347. Polling for SD card state change |
  1348. Polling for SD card state change /
  1349.  
  1350. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x708
  1351.  
  1352.  
  1353. ######################################################################
  1354. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1355. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1356. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1357. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1358. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1359. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1360. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1361. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1362. ######################################################################
  1363.  
  1364. Polling for SD card state change \
  1365. Polling for SD card state change |
  1366. Polling for SD card state change /
  1367. Polling for SD card state change -
  1368. Polling for SD card state change \
  1369. Polling for SD card state change |
  1370. Polling for SD card state change /
  1371. Polling for SD card state change -
  1372. Polling for SD card state change \
  1373. Polling for SD card state change |
  1374. Polling for SD card state change /
  1375. Polling for SD card state change -
  1376. Polling for SD card state change \
  1377. Polling for SD card state change |
  1378. Polling for SD card state change /
  1379. Polling for SD card state change -
  1380. Polling for SD card state change \
  1381. Polling for SD card state change |
  1382. Polling for SD card state change /
  1383. Polling for SD card state change -
  1384. Polling for SD card state change \
  1385. Polling for SD card state change |
  1386. Polling for SD card state change /
  1387. Polling for SD card state change -
  1388. Polling for SD card state change \
  1389. Polling for SD card state change |
  1390. Polling for SD card state change /
  1391. Polling for SD card state change -
  1392. Polling for SD card state change \
  1393. Polling for SD card state change |
  1394. Polling for SD card state change /
  1395. Polling for SD card state change -
  1396. Polling for SD card state change \
  1397. Polling for SD card state change |
  1398. Polling for SD card state change /
  1399. Polling for SD card state change -
  1400. Polling for SD card state change \
  1401. Polling for SD card state change |
  1402. Polling for SD card state change /
  1403. Polling for SD card state change -
  1404. Polling for SD card state change \
  1405. Polling for SD card state change |
  1406. Polling for SD card state change /
  1407. Polling for SD card state change -
  1408. Polling for SD card state change \
  1409. Polling for SD card state change |
  1410. Polling for SD card state change /
  1411.  
  1412. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  1413.  
  1414.  
  1415. ######################################################################
  1416. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1417. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1418. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1419. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1420. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1421. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1422. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1423. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1424. ######################################################################
  1425.  
  1426. Polling for SD card state change \
  1427. Polling for SD card state change |
  1428. Polling for SD card state change /
  1429. Polling for SD card state change -
  1430. Polling for SD card state change \
  1431. Polling for SD card state change |
  1432. Polling for SD card state change /
  1433. Polling for SD card state change -
  1434. Polling for SD card state change \
  1435. Polling for SD card state change |
  1436. Polling for SD card state change /
  1437. Polling for SD card state change -
  1438. Polling for SD card state change \
  1439. Polling for SD card state change |
  1440. Polling for SD card state change /
  1441. Polling for SD card state change -
  1442. Polling for SD card state change \
  1443. Polling for SD card state change |
  1444. Polling for SD card state change /
  1445. Polling for SD card state change -
  1446. Polling for SD card state change \
  1447. Polling for SD card state change |
  1448. Polling for SD card state change /
  1449. Polling for SD card state change -
  1450. Polling for SD card state change \
  1451. Polling for SD card state change |
  1452. Polling for SD card state change /
  1453. Polling for SD card state change -
  1454. Polling for SD card state change \
  1455. Polling for SD card state change |
  1456. Polling for SD card state change /
  1457. Polling for SD card state change -
  1458. Polling for SD card state change \
  1459. Polling for SD card state change |
  1460. Polling for SD card state change /
  1461. Polling for SD card state change -
  1462. Polling for SD card state change \
  1463.  
  1464. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1465.  
  1466.  
  1467. ######################################################################
  1468. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1469. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1470. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1471. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1472. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1473. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1474. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1475. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1476. ######################################################################
  1477.  
  1478. Polling for SD card state change \
  1479. Polling for SD card state change |
  1480. Polling for SD card state change /
  1481. Polling for SD card state change -
  1482. Polling for SD card state change \
  1483. Polling for SD card state change |
  1484. Polling for SD card state change /
  1485. Polling for SD card state change -
  1486. Polling for SD card state change \
  1487. Polling for SD card state change |
  1488. Polling for SD card state change /
  1489. Polling for SD card state change -
  1490. Polling for SD card state change \
  1491. Polling for SD card state change |
  1492. Polling for SD card state change /
  1493. Polling for SD card state change -
  1494. Polling for SD card state change \
  1495.  
  1496. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1497.  
  1498.  
  1499. ######################################################################
  1500. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1501. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1502. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1503. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1504. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1505. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1506. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1507. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1508. ######################################################################
  1509.  
  1510. Polling for SD card state change \
  1511. Polling for SD card state change |
  1512. Polling for SD card state change /
  1513. Polling for SD card state change -
  1514. Polling for SD card state change \
  1515. Polling for SD card state change |
  1516. Polling for SD card state change /
  1517. Polling for SD card state change -
  1518. Polling for SD card state change \
  1519. Polling for SD card state change |
  1520. Polling for SD card state change /
  1521. Polling for SD card state change -
  1522. Polling for SD card state change \
  1523. Polling for SD card state change |
  1524. Polling for SD card state change /
  1525. Polling for SD card state change -
  1526. Polling for SD card state change \
  1527. Polling for SD card state change |
  1528. Polling for SD card state change /
  1529. Polling for SD card state change -
  1530. Polling for SD card state change \
  1531. Polling for SD card state change |
  1532. Polling for SD card state change /
  1533. Polling for SD card state change -
  1534. Polling for SD card state change \
  1535. Polling for SD card state change |
  1536. Polling for SD card state change /
  1537. Polling for SD card state change -
  1538. Polling for SD card state change \
  1539.  
  1540. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  1541.  
  1542.  
  1543. ######################################################################
  1544. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1545. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1546. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1547. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1548. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1549. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1550. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1551. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1552. ######################################################################
  1553.  
  1554.  
  1555. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  1556.  
  1557.  
  1558. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  1559. reading /firmimg.d7
  1560.  
  1561. 63064294 bytes read
  1562. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  1563. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 10:955
  1564.  
  1565. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  1566. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  1567. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  1568. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  1569. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  1570.                                                                                
  1571. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  1572. mmc write failed
  1573.  
  1574. util flash:
  1575. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  1576. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  1577. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  1578. Polling for SD card state change \
  1579.  
  1580.  
  1581. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1582.  
  1583.  
  1584. ######################################################################
  1585. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1586. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1587. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1588. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1589. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1590. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1591. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1592. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1593. ######################################################################
  1594.  
  1595. Polling for SD card state change \
  1596.  
  1597.  
  1598.  
  1599. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  1600.  
  1601.  
  1602. ######################################################################
  1603. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1604. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1605. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1606. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1607. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1608. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1609. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1610. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1611. ######################################################################
  1612.  
  1613. sh-sdhi: Cmd(d'1) err
  1614. sh-sdhi: cmdidx = 1
  1615. Card did not respond to voltage select!
  1616. Polling for SD card state change \
  1617.  
  1618. SD card state change, previous=0x720  new=0x7a0
  1619.  
  1620.  
  1621. ######################################################################
  1622. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1623. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1624. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1625. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1626. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1627. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1628. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1629. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1630. ######################################################################
  1631.  
  1632.  
  1633. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  1634.  
  1635.  
  1636. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  1637. reading /firmimg.d7
  1638.  
  1639. 4959856 bytes read
  1640. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  1641. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 00:902
  1642.  
  1643. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  1644. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  1645. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  1646. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  1647. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  1648.                                                                                
  1649. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  1650. mmc write failed
  1651.  
  1652. util flash:
  1653. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  1654. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  1655. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  1656. Polling for SD card state change \
  1657. Polling for SD card state change |
  1658. Polling for SD card state change /
  1659. Polling for SD card state change -
  1660. Polling for SD card state change \
  1661. Polling for SD card state change |
  1662. Polling for SD card state change /
  1663. Polling for SD card state change -
  1664. Polling for SD card state change \
  1665. Polling for SD card state change |
  1666. Polling for SD card state change /
  1667. Polling for SD card state change -
  1668.  
  1669. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1670.  
  1671.  
  1672. ######################################################################
  1673. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1674. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1675. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1676. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1677. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1678. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1679. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1680. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1681. ######################################################################
  1682.  
  1683. Polling for SD card state change \
  1684.  
  1685.  
  1686.  
  1687. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  1688.  
  1689.  
  1690. ######################################################################
  1691. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1692. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1693. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1694. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1695. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1696. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1697. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1698. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1699. ######################################################################
  1700.  
  1701. sh-sdhi: Cmd(d'1) err
  1702. sh-sdhi: cmdidx = 1
  1703. Card did not respond to voltage select!
  1704. Polling for SD card state change \
  1705. Polling for SD card state change |
  1706. Polling for SD card state change /
  1707. Polling for SD card state change -
  1708. Polling for SD card state change \
  1709. Polling for SD card state change |
  1710. Polling for SD card state change /
  1711. Polling for SD card state change -
  1712.  
  1713. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1714.  
  1715.  
  1716. ######################################################################
  1717. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1718. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1719. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1720. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1721. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1722. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1723. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1724. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1725. ######################################################################
  1726.  
  1727. Polling for SD card state change \
  1728.  
  1729.  
  1730.  
  1731. SD card state change, previous=0x7a0  new=0x788
  1732.  
  1733.  
  1734. ######################################################################
  1735. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1736. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1737. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1738. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1739. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1740. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1741. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1742. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1743. ######################################################################
  1744.  
  1745. Polling for SD card state change \
  1746.  
  1747.  
  1748.  
  1749. SD card state change, previous=0x708  new=0x788
  1750.  
  1751.  
  1752. ######################################################################
  1753. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1754. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1755. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1756. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1757. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1758. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1759. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1760. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1761. ######################################################################
  1762.  
  1763.  
  1764. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  1765.  
  1766.  
  1767. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  1768. reading /firmimg.d7
  1769.  
  1770. 109270246 bytes read
  1771. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  1772. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 18:918
  1773.  
  1774. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  1775. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  1776. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  1777. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  1778. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  1779.                                                                                
  1780. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  1781. mmc write failed
  1782.  
  1783. util flash:
  1784. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  1785. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  1786. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  1787. Polling for SD card state change \
  1788.  
  1789.  
  1790. SD card state change, previous=0x600  new=0x680
  1791.  
  1792.  
  1793. ######################################################################
  1794. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1795. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1796. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1797. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1798. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1799. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1800. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1801. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1802. ######################################################################
  1803.  
  1804. Polling for SD card state change \
  1805. Polling for SD card state change |
  1806. Polling for SD card state change /
  1807. Polling for SD card state change -
  1808. Polling for SD card state change \
  1809. Polling for SD card state change |
  1810. Polling for SD card state change /
  1811. Polling for SD card state change -
  1812. Polling for SD card state change \
  1813. Polling for SD card state change |
  1814. Polling for SD card state change /
  1815. Polling for SD card state change -
  1816. Polling for SD card state change \
  1817. Polling for SD card state change |
  1818. Polling for SD card state change /
  1819. Polling for SD card state change -
  1820. Polling for SD card state change \
  1821. Polling for SD card state change |
  1822. Polling for SD card state change /
  1823. Polling for SD card state change -
  1824. Polling for SD card state change \
  1825. Polling for SD card state change |
  1826. Polling for SD card state change /
  1827. Polling for SD card state change -
  1828.  
  1829. SD card state change, previous=0x6a0  new=0x688
  1830.  
  1831.  
  1832. ######################################################################
  1833. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1834. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1835. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1836. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1837. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1838. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1839. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1840. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1841. ######################################################################
  1842.  
  1843. Polling for SD card state change \
  1844. Polling for SD card state change |
  1845.  
  1846. SD card state change, previous=0x688  new=0x6b8
  1847.  
  1848.  
  1849. ######################################################################
  1850. ** No bootable iDRAC image is found **
  1851. ** (System Health & ID LED is flashing amber at ~1/2 second rate).
  1852. To Recover iDRAC via an SD card.
  1853. 1)  Format SD using FAT on a Windows box or EXT3 using Linux.
  1854. 2)  Copy 'firmimg.d7' to root path.
  1855. 3)  Insert SD card.
  1856. 4)  System Health & ID button solid amber durning recover.
  1857. 5)  Both boot paths are flashed.
  1858. ######################################################################
  1859.  
  1860.  
  1861. Found '/firmimg.d7' in 'FAT' file system
  1862.  
  1863.  
  1864. UTIL RECOVER:Transport:sd  TargetMMC:EMMC  File:/firmimg.d7
  1865. reading /firmimg.d7
  1866.  
  1867. 109270246 bytes read
  1868. UTIL RECOVER:SD load passed from FAT fs.
  1869. UTIL RECOVER:Transport time [sec:mil]: 18:918
  1870.  
  1871. Clear OS images in partition/s.
  1872. Clear kernelN, rootfsN, ubootN
  1873. 'EMMC' blk size=[0x200][512]  Erase to 0xffffffff
  1874. Mem buf size=[0x06000000][100663296]  Total bytes=[0x08000000][134217728]
  1875. blocks[0x1:0x40001][1:262145]
  1876.                                                                                
  1877. Blocks [0x1:0x30000] Buf[0x88000000]..fill buffer..erase/write
  1878. mmc write failed
  1879.  
  1880. util flash:
  1881. Failure writing blocks [1:196609] RC=0xffffffac
  1882. /nRecover returned failure, RC=0xffffffff
  1883. Firmimg.d7 might be bad.
  1884. Polling for SD card state change \
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