foul1.nyi.freebsd.org has been down for a couple of days already.
We need to get that host online first.
I have tried to reboot it.
The machine is responding to power cycle commands over IPMI.
Get HPM.x Capabilities request failed, compcode = d3
Get Device ID command failed: 0xd3 Destination unavailable
Get Chassis Power Status failed: Destination unavailable
The BMC web interface is full of whining along the lines of:
CALLOUT_DEVICE_PATH=/sys/devices/platform/gpio-fsi/fsi0/slave@00:00/raw CALLOUT_ERRNO=0 _PID=22804
I toggled the power on the PDUs. No change.
Can you check the dmesg of the BMC itself?
Created attachment 228657 [details]
foul1 BMC dmesg
the dmesg output is similar to other Talos, there's nothing calling my attention.
The FSI error may be linked to power on issue. Bug  suggests FSI is important for host power on.
The only things I can suggest at this moment are:
1 - BMC reboot
2 - full power cycle
3 - reset firmware to factory defaults
4 - reinstall firmware
5 - return board to RaptorCS
comments from #talos-workstation @efnet:
"FSI is needed to release the SBE on P9"
"fsi is used quite a bit to power on the talos II, if it's broken it absolutely won't boot."
(In reply to Philip Paeps from comment #4)
Hi Philip. I work on upstream OpenBMC support for Power systems - is any chance you can post the journal output of a failed power-on in addition to the dmesg output you've already attached here?
For the records.
- Mainboard replaced.
- One CPU removed.
- NVMes of 512gb were replaced with new NVMes of 1TB.
foul1 is now building packages again.
(In reply to Danilo G. Baio from comment #8)
Sweet! Thanks (and thanks to whoever funded this).