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ibmnetu PCI Adap Operation Status
The operational status of this PCI adapter. unknown (1) : If there was problem determining the operational status of the adapter. not-configured (2) : If the adapter inserted in the slot is recognized but no router configuration exists. not-present (3) : If no adapter is currently inserted. does-not-apply (4) : If this adapter does not contain an operational state. enable-pending (5) : If commands have been issued to enable the adapter but have not been completed. enabled (6) : If commands have been successfully issued to enable the adapter. disable-pending (7) : If commands have been issued to disable the adapter but have not been completed. disabled (8) : If commands have been successfully issued to disable the adapter. not-initialized (9) : If the adapter has not completed its initialization. unknown-device (10) : If the adapter inserted in the slot can not be recognized. hardware-error (11) : If the adapter can not be used nor made ready to be used. not-powered (12) : If the adapter has had a problem obtaining power from its slot. diagnostics (13) : If the adapter is currently undergoing diagnostics. wrs-available (14) : If the adapter is currently configured and available for WAN restoral. mis-configured (15) : If the adapter is inserted in the slot but the router configuration is of a different type.
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