FQXSFIO0011M : A PCIe parity error has occurred on Bus [arg1] Device [arg2] Function [arg3]. The Vendor ID for the device is [arg4] and the Device ID is [arg5]. The Physical slot number is [arg6].

A PCIe parity error has occurred on Bus [arg1] Device [arg2] Function [arg3]. The Vendor ID for the device is [arg4] and the Device ID is [arg5]. The Physical slot number is [arg6].

Severity

Error

User Response

Complete the following steps:
  1. Check Lenovo support site for an applicable device driver, firmware update, revision of service information for this product or other information that applies to this error. Load new device driver and any required firmware updates.
  2. If this node and/or any attached cables were recently installed, moved, serviced or upgraded,
    1. Reseat Adapter and any attached cables.
    2. Reload Device Driver.
    3. If device is not recognized, reconfiguring slot to Gen1 or Gen2 may be required. Gen1/Gen2 settings can be configured via F1 Setup -> System Settings -> Devices and I/O Ports -> PCIe Gen1/Gen2/Gen3 Speed Selection, or the OneCLI utility.
    4. If a PCIe error has also been reported on a second slot within the same node, please ensure steps a, b, and c above are also performed for that adapter before proceeding.
  3. If problem persists, then remove Adapter Card for this slot. If system reboots successfully without the adapter, replace that card.
  4. If the system fails to reboot successfully, and a second slot within the same node has also logged a PCIe error, re-insert the adapter from the previous step and remove the second adapter. If system reboots successfully without the second adapter, replace that card.
  5. If problem persists, collect Service Data log.
  6. Contact Lenovo Support.