I was just about to start swapping motherboards when I received the
following mail from Ray Trzaska (firstname.lastname@example.org), which solved the
problem. Thanks Ray, and also to those who wrote with other suggestions.
this is a good one, and had sun support claiming that they had never
seen this before, and then that something similar was seen in japan...
anyway it is a known problem with a simple fix , check the
upa-noprobe-list from OK prompt or eeprom command -
SRDB ID: 18357
SYNOPSIS: e450 only shows 3 out of 4 cpu's under psrinfo or prtdiag
e450 with 4 cpu's installed..
but psrinfo and/or prtdiag only show 3 of them
set the upa-noprobe-list to 0
at the OK prompt....
OK setenv upa-noprobe-list 0
That's it, all 4 cpu's should now show up with psrinfo or prtdiag.
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