GE LIGHTSPEED PLUS 4 SLICE
September 17, 2019 10:45
G.E LIGHTSPEED PLUS 4 SLICE OC INITIALIZING. Please wait encountered any ideas?
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re: GE LIGHTSPEED PLUS 4 SLICE
September 19, 2019 09:58
You might want to perform a Reset Image DB, if there is a DB issue the system will not boot to applications.
September 19, 2019 10:02
If the system won't boot to the applications level perform a "Reset Image DB"
September 19, 2019 10:09
In most cases it means the recon unit isnt booting up properly. It may be a issue with your raw data drives. You can try running "reconfig" from root user with database regeneration selected, ( stop the unit from starting applications to do this). While it is running watch the activity in the shell. You should see it testing the raw data drives at some point. It should list the drives (ie.. STxxxxx), you can tell what type drives you have from this. Watch to see if both drives pass testing and are formatted with out failures. If not you probably have one or possibly both raw data drives bad. I could help you more if I knew what console configuration you have and software Rev. it's running on. send me an e-mail if you need further help.
re: re: GE LIGHTSPEED PLUS 4 SLICE
September 29, 2019 04:30
Thank you for the assistance, As of now still the machine won't proceed to scan area. Application software starting is running but after the OC INITIALIZING PLEASE WAIT the console automatically shutdown,
I have this message
Host:STC Proc: Contrl Error: 184516
File: AXitest.c 1.14 Line: 116
Function: No System Function Reported
Scan:0/0/0 Type: None/Unknown
Exception Level: Pri/ Soft Time: 977 Log Series: 2
the CPU was reset by the CPU watchdog.
Info: Watchdog timeout may have been cause by either a hardware or software error. No further analysis is possible.
Host: rmcctu Proc: fwmgr
File: FwControl.c Line:474
Function: No system function reported
Scan Type: Not scanning Scan:0/0/0
Scan Seq Id: 0 Invalid CF message received 7427
re: re: re: GE LIGHTSPEED PLUS 4 SLICE
September 30, 2019 01:33
As of now we found-out MVME POWER SUPPLY DEFECTIVE.
Actual output 5.10vdc, 12.44vdc , 4.95vdc MVME SPECIFICATION IS 5VDC, 12VDC, 12VDC
Power supply subject for replacement.
Thank you very much
That seems to indicate a problem initializing the STC, possibly dealing with the axial control test. It's hard to say for sure. I would boot the system and stop the applications from starting. Open a shell and check your communications from the oc. Ping the stc, etc, and obcr. you should be able to get a response from each of them. If not go after the one that is failing. The oc serial comm goes through the LAN switch to the data converter onto a 50 ohm coax cable to the stc, and etc at the gantry. The table controler(etc) has the terminator built into the coax connector at the etc board. Make sure all your coax connections are good. Check your stc power supplies. Reseat the stc, axial control, ans lscom boards. Recheck your error logs for any other clues of failing sub systems. The first few are usually the important ones, after that its mostly due to earlier failures.
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