My original question:
What does the following console message means:?
"Clock board TOD does not match TOD on any IO board"
Answer from David,
SRDB ID: 14006
SYNOPSIS: Clock TOD does not match TOD on any IO boards after power cycle
After a power cycle of system, the following messages
is issued during the boot process:
"Clock TOD does not match TOD on any IO boards"
System continues to sucessfully boot.
Review the 3000/4000/5000/6000 SMCC Platform Notes regarding
the OpenBoot PROM "copy-clock-tod-to-io-boards" command.
This command will resolve the problem if the cause is that the
redundant NVRAM on an IO does not have a valid copy of the TOD.
The message was first noticed when the system was power cycled.
To fix this problem, install the FlashPROM update (OBP 3.2.3 version)
via patch 103346-02 (which will update the code in ALL FlashPROMs
on the cpu/memory and IO Boards (if not already at 3.2.3).
The first byte of the OBP checksum is kept in the TODC/NVRAM.
Because of a bug in the hardware, the first byte was getting zeroed out
This happens during the power cycle.
Workaround: run "copy-clock-tod-to-io-boards" OpenBoot before
booting the system, then install patch 103346-02 or above.
PRODUCT AREA: System Administration
SUNOS RELEASE: Solaris 2.5.1
HARDWARE: SS3000 Duraflame
Thanks to all.
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