olog:olog.json: Update OPAL skiboot errors to check on olog scan
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Deb McLemore Oct. 16, 2018, 3:37 p.m. UTC
This is a periodic refresh of the OPAL olog.json data which
is produced by running the generate-fwts-olog tool against
the skiboot source tree to update the conditions to test
for in the OPAL firmware stack using FWTS olog tests.

Signed-off-by: Deb McLemore <debmc@linux.ibm.com>
---
 data/olog.json | 942 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------------------------
 1 file changed, 459 insertions(+), 483 deletions(-)

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Colin Ian King Oct. 16, 2018, 3:40 p.m. UTC | #1
On 16/10/2018 16:37, Deb McLemore wrote:
> This is a periodic refresh of the OPAL olog.json data which
> is produced by running the generate-fwts-olog tool against
> the skiboot source tree to update the conditions to test
> for in the OPAL firmware stack using FWTS olog tests.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Deb McLemore <debmc@linux.ibm.com>
> ---
>  data/olog.json | 942 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------------------------
>  1 file changed, 459 insertions(+), 483 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/data/olog.json b/data/olog.json
> index 86892da..4bb626f 100644
> --- a/data/olog.json
> +++ b/data/olog.json
> @@ -1,786 +1,794 @@
>  {
>   "olog_error_warning_patterns": [
>    {
> -   "advice": "The NPU fence status did not update as expected. This could be the result of a firmware or hardware bug. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
> +   "advice": "Compatible secureboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCAPIFenceStatusTimeout",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "SecureBootNotCompatible",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Fence status for brick [0-9]+ stuck: expected 0x[0-9a-f]+, got 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "There was an error attempting to send a reset signal over I2C to the OpenCAPI device.",
> +   "advice": "Hash algorithm invalid, secureboot containers version 1 requires sha512. If you're running the latest POWER firmware, so probably there is a bug in the device tree received from hostboot.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCAPIDeviceResetFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Error writing I2C reset signal: [0-9]+"
> +   "label": "HashAlgoInvalid",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
> +   "pattern": "secureboot init FAILED, hash-algo=.* not supported"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OpenCAPI IRQ setup failed. This is probably a firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will be broken.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCAPIIRQAllocationFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Compatible CVC driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "CVCNotCompatible",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Couldn't allocate interrupts for NPU"
> +   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The OpenCAPI link training procedure failed. This indicates a hardware or firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will not be available on this link.",
> +   "advice": "STB_DEBUG should not be enabled in production. PCR read operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCAPILinkTrainingFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "STBPCRReadFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Link [0-9]+ on chip [0-9]+ failed to train"
> +   "pattern": "tpmCmdPcrRead() failed: tpm[0-9]+, alg=[0-9a-f]+, pcr[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCAPICannotCreatePHBSlot",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Cannot create PHB slot"
> +   "advice": "TPM node already registered. The same node is being registered twice or there is a tpm node duplicate in the device tree",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TPMAlreadyRegistered",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> +   "pattern": "tpm[0-9]+ already registered"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "NVLink not functional",
> +   "advice": "linux,sml-base property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "NPUisnInvalid",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMSmlBaseNotFound",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NPU[0-9]+: isn 0x[0-9a-f]+ not valid for this NPU"
> +   "pattern": "linux,sml-base property not found tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "linux,sml-size property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TPMSmlSizeNotFound",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
> +   "pattern": "linux,sml-size property not found, tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL failed to add the power-mgt device tree node. This could mean that firmware ran out of memory, or there's a bug somewhere.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "CreateDTPowerMgtNodeFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Hostboot creates and adds entries to the event log. The failed init function is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. If the hostboot TpmLogMgr code (or friends) has been updated, the changes need to be applied to skiboot as well.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TPMInitEventLogFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "creating dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt failed"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "An error condition occurred in sleep/winkle engines timer state machine. Dumping debug information to root-cause. OPAL/skiboot may be stuck on some operation that requires SLW timer state machine (e.g. core powersaving)",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "SLWRegisterDump",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
> -   "pattern": "SLW: Register state:"
> +   "pattern": "eventlog init failed: tpm[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The SLeep/Winkle Engine (SLW) failed to increment the generation number within our timeout period (it *should* have done so within ~10us, not >1ms. OPAL uses the SLW timer to schedule some operations, but can fall back to the (much less frequent OPAL poller, which although does not affect functionality, runs *much* less frequently. This could have the effect of slow I2C operations (for example). It may also mean that you *had* an increase in jitter, due to slow interactions with SLW. This error may also occur if the machine is connected to via soft FSI.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "SLWTimerStuck",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "TpmLogMgr failed to add a new event to the event log. TpmLogMgr is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TpmLogMgr code may have been updated. 2) Check that max event log size was not reached and log marshall executed with no error. Enabling the trace routines in trustedbootUtils.H may help.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "STBAddEventFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SLW: timer stuck, falling back to OPAL pollers. You will likely have slower I2C and may have experienced increased jitter."
> +   "pattern": ".* -> evLog[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ evType=0x[0-9a-f]+ rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "No GPU/NPU2 slot information was found. NVLink2 functionality will not work.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NPUNoPHBSlotLabel",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "PCR extend operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise, this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "STBPCRExtendFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NPU2: Cannot find GPU slot information"
> +   "pattern": ".* -> tpm[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU2 slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Compatible trustedboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TrustedBootNotCompatible",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NPU2: Cannot create PHB slot"
> +   "pattern": "trustedboot init FAILED, '.*' node not compatible."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL marked a Centaur (memory buffer) as offline due to CENTAUR_ERR_OFFLINE_THRESHOLD (10) consecutive errors on XSCOMs to this centaur. OPAL will now return OPAL_XSCOM_CTR_OFFLINED and not try any further XSCOMs. This is likely caused by some hardware issue or PRD recovery issue.",
> +   "advice": "This is a bug in the trustedboot_measure() caller, which is passing an unknown resource_id.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "CentaurOfflinedTooManyErrors",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredUnknown",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "CENTAUR: Offlined [0-9a-f]+ due to > [0-9]+ consecutive XSCOM errors. No more XSCOMs to this centaur."
> +   "pattern": "resource NOT MEASURED, resource_id=[0-9]+ unknown"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "xscom_read was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_read on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
> +   "advice": "This is a bug. The resource cannot be measured because it is not mapped to a PCR in the resources[] array.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "XSCOMReadInvalidPartID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ResourceNotMappedToPCR",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's not mapped to a PCR"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "xscom_write was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_write on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
> +   "advice": "This is a bug. The trustedboot_measure() caller provided a NULL container.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "XSCOMWriteInvalidPartID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredNull",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's null"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The HOMER base address for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a safe, low frequency. Power savings in CPU idle or CPU hotplug may be impacted.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidHomerBase",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadCmdReady",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ homer_base is not valid"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The pstate table for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a low, safe frequency. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling may not be functional.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTable",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteCmdReady",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ PState table is not valid"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The pstate table for the first chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates in this case.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTableDT",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "The command ready bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TPMCmdReadyTimeout",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: PState table is not valid"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.commandReady, delay > [0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P9. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion02",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadFifoStatus",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P9"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo status: mask [0-9a-f]+, expected [0-9a-f]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P8. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion90",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadDataAvail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P8"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.dataAvail, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates.",
> +   "advice": "The data avail bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCUnsupportedVersion",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMDataAvailBitTimeout",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Unsupported pstate table layout version [0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.dataAvail, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The min pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has not added pstates to device tree. This means that CPU Frequency management will not be functional in the host.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateLimits",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadBurstCount",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Invalid pstate limits. Pmin([0-9]+) > Pmax ([0-9]+)"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.burstCount, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The nominal pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has limited the nominal pstate to max pstate.",
> +   "advice": "The burstcount bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidNominalPState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMBurstCountTimeout",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Clipping nominal pstate([0-9]+) to Pmax([0-9]+)"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.burstCount, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The number of pstates is outside the valid range (currently <=1 or > 128 on p8, >255 on P9), so OPAL has not added pstates to the device tree. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateRange",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteFifo",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: OCC range is not valid; No of pstates = [0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Device tree node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found. OPAL didn't add pstate information to device tree. Probably a firmware bug.",
> +   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed, the TPM is not expecting more data. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCCDTNodeNotFound",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteFifoNotExpecting",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: write FIFO overflow, not expecting more data"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ. Per-chip pstate properties are not added to Device Tree.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCDTFailedNodeCreation",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteFifoLastByte",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ@[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo (last byte), count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "ENOMEM while allocating OCC load message. OCCs not started, consequently no power/frequency scaling will be functional.",
> +   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCCload_reqENOMEM",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteFifoExpecting",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Could not allocate occ_load_req"
> +   "pattern": "TPM: write FIFO overflow, expecting more data"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Invalid request for loading OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
> +   "advice": "The read from TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCLoadInvalidScope",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadFifoOverflow",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Load message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: overflow on fifo read, c=[0-9]+, bc=[0-9]+, bl=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Invalid request for resetting OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCResetInvalidScope",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadFifo",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Reset message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL had trouble creating the sensor nodes in the device tree as there was already one there. This indicates either the device tree from Hostboot already filled in sensors or an OPAL bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OPALSensorNodeExists",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "TPM device is not initialized. This indicates a bug in the tpm_transmit() caller",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "TPMDeviceNotInitialized",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SENSOR: node .* exists"
> +   "pattern": "TPM: tpm device not initialized"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Failed to update System Attention Indicator. Likely means some bug with OPAL interacting with FSP.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FSPSAIFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteGo",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Update SAI cmd failed [rc=[0-9]+]."
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.go, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory while trying to allocate an FSP message in SAI code path. This indicates an OPAL bug that caused OPAL to run out of memory.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SAIMallocFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReleaseTpm",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to release tpm, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Error in queueing message to FSP in SAI code path. Likely an OPAL bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SAIQueueFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL could not find an NVRAM partition on the system flash. Check that the system flash has a valid partition table, and that the firmware build process has added a NVRAM partition.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "NVRAMNoPartition",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
> +   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't parse ffs info for NVRAM"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Possibly an error on FSP side, OPAL failed to read state from FSP.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL Found multiple system flash. Since we've already found a system flash we are going to use that one but this ordering is not guaranteed so may change in future.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FSPSAIGetFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Read real SAI cmd failed [rc = 0x[0-9a-f]+]."
> +   "label": "SystemFlashMultiple",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> +   "pattern": "FLASH: Attempted to register multiple system flash: .*"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory: OPAL bug.",
> +   "advice": "System flash isn't formatted as expected. This could mean several OPAL utilities do not function as expected. e.g. gard, pflash.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "NoFFS",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> +   "pattern": "FLASH: No ffs info; using raw device only"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "No system flash was found. Check for missing calls flash_register(...).",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FSPGetSAIMallocFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
> +   "label": "SystemFlashNotFound",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> +   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't load resource id:[0-9]+. No system flash found"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Failed to queue message to FSP: OPAL bug",
> +   "advice": "OPAL hit an assert(). During normal usage (even testing) we should never hit an assert. There are other code paths for controlled shutdown/panic in the event of catastrophic errors.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FSPGetSAIQueueFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "FailedAssert",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
> +   "pattern": "Assert fail: .*"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for FSP LED command. Likely an OPAL bug led to out of memory.",
> +   "advice": "opal_i2c_request was passed an invalid bus ID. This has likely come from the OS rather than OPAL and thus could indicate an OS bug rather than an OPAL bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "FSPLEDRequestMallocFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SPCN set command node allocation failed"
> +   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid 'bus_id' passed to the OPAL"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Inconsistent state between OPAL and FSP in code path for handling failure of fetching error log from FSP. Likely a bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogFetchFailureInconsistent",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL ran out of memory and this should never happen.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "I2CFailedAllocation",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "I2C: Failed to allocate 'i2c_request'"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. We expected there to be a pending read from FSP but the list was empty.",
> +   "advice": "i2c_request_send was passed an invalid bus ID. This indicates a bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogQueueInconsistent",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid bus_id=[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "We expected there to be an entry in the list of error logs for the error log we're fetching information for. There wasn't. This means there's a bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogInfoInconsistentState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL run out of memory and this should never happen.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "I2CAllocationFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "I2C: allocating i2c_request failed"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Inconsistent state while reading error log from FSP. Bug in OPAL and FSP interaction.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL will parse the Flattened Device Tree(FDT), which can be generated from different firmware sources. During expansion of FDT, OPAL observed a node assigned multiple times (a duplicate). This indicates either a Hostboot bug *OR*, more likely, a bug in the platform XML. Check the platform XML for duplicate IDs for this type of device. Because of this duplicate node, OPAL won't add the hardware device found with a duplicate node ID into DT, rendering the corresponding device not functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogReadInconsistentState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "DTHasDuplicateNodeID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "DT: Found duplicate node: .*"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Error in acknowledging heartbeat to FSP. This could mean the FSP has gone away or it may mean the FSP may kill us for missing too many heartbeats.",
> +   "advice": "HBRT triggered assert: you need to debug HBRT",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "FSPHeartbeatAckError",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "HBRTassert",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SURV: Heartbeat Acknowledgment error from FSP"
> +   "pattern": "HBRT: Assertion from hostservices"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. The state maintained by OPAL didn't match what the FSP sent.",
> +   "advice": "Firmware should have aborted boot",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "HBRTlidLoadFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "HBRT: LID Load failed"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "OPAL was called with a bad token. On POWER8 and earlier, Linux kernels had a bug where they wouldn't check if firmware supported particular OPAL calls before making them. It is, in fact, harmless for these cases. On systems newer than POWER8, this should never happen and indicates a kernel bug where OPAL_CHECK_TOKEN isn't being called where it should be.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogListInconsistent",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OPALBadToken",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "OPAL: Called with bad token [0-9]+ !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Bug in skiboot/FSP code for EPOW event handling",
> +   "advice": "Currently removing a poller is DANGEROUS and MUST NOT be done in production firmware.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "EPOWSignatureMismatch",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "UnsupportedOPALdelpoller",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Signature mismatch"
> +   "pattern": "WARNING: Unsupported opal_del_poller. Interesting locking issues, don't call this."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Queueing a message from OPAL to FSP failed. This is likely due to either an OPAL bug or the FSP going away.",
> +   "advice": "opal_run_pollers() was called with a lock held, which could lead to deadlock if not excessively lucky/careful.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "EPOWMessageQueueFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OPAL EPOW message queuing failed"
> +   "pattern": "Running pollers with lock held !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL doesn't know that the BMC supports PNOR access commands. This will be a bug in the OPAL support for this BMC.",
> +   "advice": "Your firmware is buggy, see the 64 messages complaining about opal_run_pollers with lock held.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "PNORAccessYeahButNoBut",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock64",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "PNOR BUG: access requested but BMC doesn't support request"
> +   "pattern": "opal_run_pollers with lock run 64 times, disabling warning."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "In negotiating PNOR access with BMC, we got an odd/invalid request from the BMC. Likely a bug in OPAL/BMC interaction.",
> +   "advice": "You are running in manufacturing mode. This mode should only be enabled in a factory during manufacturing.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "ManufacturingMode",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_MEDIUM",
> +   "pattern": "PLAT: Manufacturing mode ON"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but no tpm node was found under that xscom chip id. This is most certainly a hostboot bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "InvalidPNORAccessRequest",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "HDATNoTpmForChipId",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "invalid PNOR access requested: [0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": "TPM node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+ (HB bug)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Likely bug in what sent us the OCC reset.",
> +   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but the xscom node for the chip_id was not found. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SELUnknownOCCReset",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "HDATBadChipIdForTPM",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SEL message to reset an unknown OCC (sensor ID 0x[0-9a-f]+)"
> +   "pattern": "xscom node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Compatible secureboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> +   "advice": "HDAT described an invalid size for timebase, which means there's a disagreement between HDAT and OPAL. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SecureBootNotCompatible",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "HDATBadTimebaseSize",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
> +   "pattern": "HDAT: Bad timebase size [0-9]+ @ (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Hash algorithm invalid, secureboot containers version 1 requires sha512. If you're running the latest POWER firmware, so probably there is a bug in the device tree received from hostboot.",
> +   "advice": "The HOMER base address for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a safe, low frequency. Power savings in CPU idle or CPU hotplug may be impacted.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "HashAlgoInvalid",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
> -   "pattern": "secureboot init FAILED, hash-algo=.* not supported"
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidHomerBase",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ homer_base is not valid"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Compatible CVC driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> +   "advice": "The pstate table for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a low, safe frequency. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling may not be functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "CVCNotCompatible",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTable",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ PState table is not valid"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "STB_DEBUG should not be enabled in production. PCR read operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "STBPCRReadFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "The pstate table for the first chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates in this case.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTableDT",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "tpmCmdPcrRead() failed: tpm[0-9]+, alg=[0-9a-f]+, pcr[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: PState table is not valid"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "TPM node already registered. The same node is being registered twice or there is a tpm node duplicate in the device tree",
> +   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P9. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMAlreadyRegistered",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> -   "pattern": "tpm[0-9]+ already registered"
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion02",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P9"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "linux,sml-base property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
> +   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P8. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMSmlBaseNotFound",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion90",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "linux,sml-base property not found tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P8"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "linux,sml-size property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
> +   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMSmlSizeNotFound",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCUnsupportedVersion",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "linux,sml-size property not found, tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Unsupported pstate table layout version [0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Hostboot creates and adds entries to the event log. The failed init function is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. If the hostboot TpmLogMgr code (or friends) has been updated, the changes need to be applied to skiboot as well.",
> +   "advice": "The min pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has not added pstates to device tree. This means that CPU Frequency management will not be functional in the host.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMInitEventLogFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateLimits",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "eventlog init failed: tpm[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Invalid pstate limits. Pmin([0-9]+) > Pmax ([0-9]+)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "TpmLogMgr failed to add a new event to the event log. TpmLogMgr is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TpmLogMgr code may have been updated. 2) Check that max event log size was not reached and log marshall executed with no error. Enabling the trace routines in trustedbootUtils.H may help.",
> +   "advice": "The nominal pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has limited the nominal pstate to max pstate.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "STBAddEventFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidNominalPState",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* -> evLog[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ evType=0x[0-9a-f]+ rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Clipping nominal pstate([0-9]+) to Pmax([0-9]+)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "PCR extend operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise, this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
> +   "advice": "The number of pstates is outside the valid range (currently <=1 or > 128 on p8, >255 on P9), so OPAL has not added pstates to the device tree. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "STBPCRExtendFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateRange",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* -> tpm[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: OCC range is not valid; No of pstates = [0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Compatible trustedboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TrustedBootNotCompatible",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Device tree node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found. OPAL didn't add pstate information to device tree. Probably a firmware bug.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCCDTNodeNotFound",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "trustedboot init FAILED, '.*' node not compatible."
> +   "pattern": "OCC: dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "This is a bug in the trustedboot_measure() caller, which is passing an unknown resource_id.",
> +   "advice": "Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ. Per-chip pstate properties are not added to Device Tree.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredUnknown",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCDTFailedNodeCreation",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "resource NOT MEASURED, resource_id=[0-9]+ unknown"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ@[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "This is a bug. The resource cannot be measured because it is not mapped to a PCR in the resources[] array.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ResourceNotMappedToPCR",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "ENOMEM while allocating OCC load message. OCCs not started, consequently no power/frequency scaling will be functional.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCCload_reqENOMEM",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's not mapped to a PCR"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Could not allocate occ_load_req"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "This is a bug. The trustedboot_measure() caller provided a NULL container.",
> +   "advice": "Invalid request for loading OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredNull",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCLoadInvalidScope",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's null"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Load message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "Invalid request for resetting OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadCmdReady",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCResetInvalidScope",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Reset message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "The NPU fence status did not update as expected. This could be the result of a firmware or hardware bug. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteCmdReady",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCAPIFenceStatusTimeout",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCAPI: Fence status for brick [0-9]+ stuck: expected 0x[0-9a-f]+, got 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "OpenCAPI IRQ setup failed. This is probably a firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will be broken.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCAPIIRQAllocationFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCAPI: Couldn't allocate interrupts for NPU"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCAPICannotCreatePHBSlot",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCAPI: Cannot create PHB slot"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "OPAL failed to add the power-mgt device tree node. This could mean that firmware ran out of memory, or there's a bug somewhere.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "CreateDTPowerMgtNodeFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "creating dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt failed"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The command ready bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMCmdReadyTimeout",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.commandReady, delay > [0-9]+"
> +   "advice": "An error condition occurred in sleep/winkle engines timer state machine. Dumping debug information to root-cause. OPAL/skiboot may be stuck on some operation that requires SLW timer state machine (e.g. core powersaving)",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "SLWRegisterDump",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
> +   "pattern": "SLW: Register state:"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadFifoStatus",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "The SLeep/Winkle Engine (SLW) failed to increment the generation number within our timeout period (it *should* have done so within ~10us, not >1ms. OPAL uses the SLW timer to schedule some operations, but can fall back to the (much less frequent OPAL poller, which although does not affect functionality, runs *much* less frequently. This could have the effect of slow I2C operations (for example). It may also mean that you *had* an increase in jitter, due to slow interactions with SLW. This error may also occur if the machine is connected to via soft FSI.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "SLWTimerStuck",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo status: mask [0-9a-f]+, expected [0-9a-f]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "SLW: timer stuck, falling back to OPAL pollers. You will likely have slower I2C and may have experienced increased jitter."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "xscom_read was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_read on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadDataAvail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "XSCOMReadInvalidPartID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.dataAvail, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The data avail bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
> +   "advice": "xscom_write was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_write on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMDataAvailBitTimeout",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "XSCOMWriteInvalidPartID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.dataAvail, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadBurstCount",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "No GPU/NPU2 slot information was found. NVLink2 functionality will not work.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "NPUNoPHBSlotLabel",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.burstCount, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot find GPU slot information"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The burstcount bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMBurstCountTimeout",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU2 slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.burstCount, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "NVLink not functional",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteFifo",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "NPUisnInvalid",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NPU[0-9]+: isn 0x[0-9a-f]+ not valid for this NPU"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed, the TPM is not expecting more data. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
> +   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteFifoNotExpecting",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: write FIFO overflow, not expecting more data"
> +   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL marked a Centaur (memory buffer) as offline due to CENTAUR_ERR_OFFLINE_THRESHOLD (10) consecutive errors on XSCOMs to this centaur. OPAL will now return OPAL_XSCOM_CTR_OFFLINED and not try any further XSCOMs. This is likely caused by some hardware issue or PRD recovery issue.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteFifoLastByte",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "CentaurOfflinedTooManyErrors",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo (last byte), count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "CENTAUR: Offlined [0-9a-f]+ due to > [0-9]+ consecutive XSCOM errors. No more XSCOMs to this centaur."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL doesn't know that the BMC supports PNOR access commands. This will be a bug in the OPAL support for this BMC.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteFifoExpecting",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "PNORAccessYeahButNoBut",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "TPM: write FIFO overflow, expecting more data"
> +   "pattern": "PNOR BUG: access requested but BMC doesn't support request"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The read from TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
> +   "advice": "In negotiating PNOR access with BMC, we got an odd/invalid request from the BMC. Likely a bug in OPAL/BMC interaction.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadFifoOverflow",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "InvalidPNORAccessRequest",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: overflow on fifo read, c=[0-9]+, bc=[0-9]+, bl=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "invalid PNOR access requested: [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "Likely bug in what sent us the OCC reset.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadFifo",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "SELUnknownOCCReset",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "SEL message to reset an unknown OCC (sensor ID 0x[0-9a-f]+)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "TPM device is not initialized. This indicates a bug in the tpm_transmit() caller",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "TPMDeviceNotInitialized",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Failed to update System Attention Indicator. Likely means some bug with OPAL interacting with FSP.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "FSPSAIFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "TPM: tpm device not initialized"
> +   "pattern": "Update SAI cmd failed [rc=[0-9]+]."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory while trying to allocate an FSP message in SAI code path. This indicates an OPAL bug that caused OPAL to run out of memory.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteGo",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "SAIMallocFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.go, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "Error in queueing message to FSP in SAI code path. Likely an OPAL bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReleaseTpm",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "SAIQueueFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to release tpm, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "opal_i2c_request was passed an invalid bus ID. This has likely come from the OS rather than OPAL and thus could indicate an OS bug rather than an OPAL bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Possibly an error on FSP side, OPAL failed to read state from FSP.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "FSPSAIGetFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid 'bus_id' passed to the OPAL"
> +   "pattern": "Read real SAI cmd failed [rc = 0x[0-9a-f]+]."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL ran out of memory and this should never happen.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "I2CFailedAllocation",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory: OPAL bug.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "FSPGetSAIMallocFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "I2C: Failed to allocate 'i2c_request'"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "i2c_request_send was passed an invalid bus ID. This indicates a bug.",
> +   "advice": "Failed to queue message to FSP: OPAL bug",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "FSPGetSAIQueueFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid bus_id=[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL run out of memory and this should never happen.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for FSP LED command. Likely an OPAL bug led to out of memory.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "I2CAllocationFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "FSPLEDRequestMallocFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "I2C: i2c_alloc_req failed"
> +   "pattern": "SPCN set command node allocation failed"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "HBRT triggered assert: you need to debug HBRT",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "HBRTassert",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL had trouble creating the sensor nodes in the device tree as there was already one there. This indicates either the device tree from Hostboot already filled in sensors or an OPAL bug.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "OPALSensorNodeExists",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "HBRT: Assertion from hostservices"
> +   "pattern": "SENSOR: node .* exists"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Firmware should have aborted boot",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "HBRTlidLoadFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. The state maintained by OPAL didn't match what the FSP sent.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "ElogListInconsistent",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "HBRT: LID Load failed"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "You are running in manufacturing mode. This mode should only be enabled in a factory during manufacturing.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "ManufacturingMode",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_MEDIUM",
> -   "pattern": "PLAT: Manufacturing mode ON"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL could not find an NVRAM partition on the system flash. Check that the system flash has a valid partition table, and that the firmware build process has added a NVRAM partition.",
> +   "advice": "Bug in skiboot/FSP code for EPOW event handling",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NVRAMNoPartition",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "EPOWSignatureMismatch",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't parse ffs info for NVRAM"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "OPAL Found multiple system flash. Since we've already found a system flash we are going to use that one but this ordering is not guaranteed so may change in future.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SystemFlashMultiple",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> -   "pattern": "FLASH: Attempted to register multiple system flash: .*"
> +   "pattern": "Signature mismatch"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "System flash isn't formatted as expected. This could mean several OPAL utilities do not function as expected. e.g. gard, pflash.",
> +   "advice": "Queueing a message from OPAL to FSP failed. This is likely due to either an OPAL bug or the FSP going away.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NoFFS",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> -   "pattern": "FLASH: No ffs info; using raw device only"
> +   "label": "EPOWMessageQueueFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OPAL EPOW message queuing failed"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "No system flash was found. Check for missing calls flash_register(...).",
> +   "advice": "Inconsistent state between OPAL and FSP in code path for handling failure of fetching error log from FSP. Likely a bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SystemFlashNotFound",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> -   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't load resource id:[0-9]+. No system flash found"
> +   "label": "ElogFetchFailureInconsistent",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL was called with a bad token. On POWER8 and earlier, Linux kernels had a bug where they wouldn't check if firmware supported particular OPAL calls before making them. It is, in fact, harmless for these cases. On systems newer than POWER8, this should never happen and indicates a kernel bug where OPAL_CHECK_TOKEN isn't being called where it should be.",
> +   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. We expected there to be a pending read from FSP but the list was empty.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OPALBadToken",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ElogQueueInconsistent",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OPAL: Called with bad token [0-9]+ !"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Currently removing a poller is DANGEROUS and MUST NOT be done in production firmware.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "UnsupportedOPALdelpoller",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "We expected there to be an entry in the list of error logs for the error log we're fetching information for. There wasn't. This means there's a bug.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "ElogInfoInconsistentState",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "WARNING: Unsupported opal_del_poller. Interesting locking issues, don't call this."
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Recursion detected in opal_run_pollers(). This indicates a bug in OPAL where a poller ended up running pollers, which doesn't lead anywhere good.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OPALPollerRecursion",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Inconsistent state while reading error log from FSP. Bug in OPAL and FSP interaction.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "ElogReadInconsistentState",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OPAL: Poller recursion detected."
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "opal_run_pollers() was called with a lock held, which could lead to deadlock if not excessively lucky/careful.",
> +   "advice": "Error in acknowledging heartbeat to FSP. This could mean the FSP has gone away or it may mean the FSP may kill us for missing too many heartbeats.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "FSPHeartbeatAckError",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Running pollers with lock held !"
> +   "pattern": "SURV: Heartbeat Acknowledgment error from FSP"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Your firmware is buggy, see the 64 messages complaining about opal_run_pollers with lock held.",
> +   "advice": "AST BMC is likely to be non-functional when accessed from host.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock64",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "opal_run_pollers with lock run 64 times, disabling warning."
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "OPAL will parse the Flattened Device Tree(FDT), which can be generated from different firmware sources. During expansion of FDT, OPAL observed a node assigned multiple times (a duplicate). This indicates either a Hostboot bug *OR*, more likely, a bug in the platform XML. Check the platform XML for duplicate IDs for this type of device. Because of this duplicate node, OPAL won't add the hardware device found with a duplicate node ID into DT, rendering the corresponding device not functional.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "DTHasDuplicateNodeID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "DT: Found duplicate node: .*"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "OPAL hit an assert(). During normal usage (even testing) we should never hit an assert. There are other code paths for controlled shutdown/panic in the event of catastrophic errors.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FailedAssert",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ASTBMCFailedSetEnables",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Assert fail: .*"
> +   "pattern": "ASTBMC: failed to set enables"
>    },
>    {
>     "advice": "Device tree didn't contain enough information to correctly report back PCI inventory. Service processor is likely to be missing information about what hardware is physically present in the machine.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCIInventory",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "No chip device node for PHB[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -788,7 +796,7 @@
>     "advice": "More PCI inventory than we can send to service processor. The service processor will have an incomplete view of the world.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCIInventoryTooLarge",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Inventory ([0-9]+ bytes) too large"
>    },
> @@ -796,7 +804,7 @@
>     "advice": "Error communicating with service processor when sending PCI Inventory.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCIInventoryError",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Error [0-9]+ sending inventory"
>    },
> @@ -804,7 +812,7 @@
>     "advice": "On Firenze platforms, I2C is used to control power to PCI slots. Errors here mean we may be in trouble in regards to PCI slot power on/off.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCII2CError",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Error [0-9]+ from I2C request on slot [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -812,7 +820,7 @@
>     "advice": "Likely a coding error: invalid I2C request.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCII2CInvalid",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Invalid I2C request [0-9]+ on slot [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -820,7 +828,7 @@
>     "advice": "The Firenze platform uses I2C to control power to PCI slots. Something went wrong in the state machine controlling that. Slots may/may not have power.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCISlotI2CStateError",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Wrong state [0-9a-f]+ on slot [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -828,7 +836,7 @@
>     "advice": "Unexpected state in the FIRENZE PCI Slot state machine. This could mean PCI is not functioning correctly.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCISlotGPowerState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "[0-9a-f]+ GPOWER: Unexpected state [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -836,41 +844,9 @@
>     "advice": "Unexpected state in the FIRENZE PCI Slot state machine. This could mean PCI is not functioning correctly.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCISlotSPowerState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "[0-9a-f]+ SPOWER: Unexpected state [0-9a-f]+"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "AST BMC is likely to be non-functional when accessed from host.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "ASTBMCFailedSetEnables",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "ASTBMC: failed to set enables"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but no tpm node was found under that xscom chip id. This is most certainly a hostboot bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "HDATNoTpmForChipId",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "TPM node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+ (HB bug)"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but the xscom node for the chip_id was not found. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "HDATBadChipIdForTPM",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "xscom node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "HDAT described an invalid size for timebase, which means there's a disagreement between HDAT and OPAL. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "HDATBadTimebaseSize",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "HDAT: Bad timebase size [0-9]+ @ (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
>    }
>   ]
>  }
> 

Thanks for the update.

Acked-by: Colin Ian King <colin.king@canonical.com>
Alex Hung Oct. 17, 2018, 5:38 a.m. UTC | #2
On 2018-10-16 11:37 p.m., Deb McLemore wrote:
> This is a periodic refresh of the OPAL olog.json data which
> is produced by running the generate-fwts-olog tool against
> the skiboot source tree to update the conditions to test
> for in the OPAL firmware stack using FWTS olog tests.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Deb McLemore <debmc@linux.ibm.com>
> ---
>  data/olog.json | 942 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------------------------
>  1 file changed, 459 insertions(+), 483 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/data/olog.json b/data/olog.json
> index 86892da..4bb626f 100644
> --- a/data/olog.json
> +++ b/data/olog.json
> @@ -1,786 +1,794 @@
>  {
>   "olog_error_warning_patterns": [
>    {
> -   "advice": "The NPU fence status did not update as expected. This could be the result of a firmware or hardware bug. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
> +   "advice": "Compatible secureboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCAPIFenceStatusTimeout",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "SecureBootNotCompatible",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Fence status for brick [0-9]+ stuck: expected 0x[0-9a-f]+, got 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "There was an error attempting to send a reset signal over I2C to the OpenCAPI device.",
> +   "advice": "Hash algorithm invalid, secureboot containers version 1 requires sha512. If you're running the latest POWER firmware, so probably there is a bug in the device tree received from hostboot.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCAPIDeviceResetFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Error writing I2C reset signal: [0-9]+"
> +   "label": "HashAlgoInvalid",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
> +   "pattern": "secureboot init FAILED, hash-algo=.* not supported"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OpenCAPI IRQ setup failed. This is probably a firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will be broken.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCAPIIRQAllocationFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Compatible CVC driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "CVCNotCompatible",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Couldn't allocate interrupts for NPU"
> +   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The OpenCAPI link training procedure failed. This indicates a hardware or firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will not be available on this link.",
> +   "advice": "STB_DEBUG should not be enabled in production. PCR read operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCAPILinkTrainingFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "STBPCRReadFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Link [0-9]+ on chip [0-9]+ failed to train"
> +   "pattern": "tpmCmdPcrRead() failed: tpm[0-9]+, alg=[0-9a-f]+, pcr[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCAPICannotCreatePHBSlot",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCAPI: Cannot create PHB slot"
> +   "advice": "TPM node already registered. The same node is being registered twice or there is a tpm node duplicate in the device tree",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TPMAlreadyRegistered",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> +   "pattern": "tpm[0-9]+ already registered"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "NVLink not functional",
> +   "advice": "linux,sml-base property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "NPUisnInvalid",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMSmlBaseNotFound",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NPU[0-9]+: isn 0x[0-9a-f]+ not valid for this NPU"
> +   "pattern": "linux,sml-base property not found tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "linux,sml-size property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TPMSmlSizeNotFound",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
> +   "pattern": "linux,sml-size property not found, tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL failed to add the power-mgt device tree node. This could mean that firmware ran out of memory, or there's a bug somewhere.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "CreateDTPowerMgtNodeFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Hostboot creates and adds entries to the event log. The failed init function is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. If the hostboot TpmLogMgr code (or friends) has been updated, the changes need to be applied to skiboot as well.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TPMInitEventLogFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "creating dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt failed"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "An error condition occurred in sleep/winkle engines timer state machine. Dumping debug information to root-cause. OPAL/skiboot may be stuck on some operation that requires SLW timer state machine (e.g. core powersaving)",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "SLWRegisterDump",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
> -   "pattern": "SLW: Register state:"
> +   "pattern": "eventlog init failed: tpm[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The SLeep/Winkle Engine (SLW) failed to increment the generation number within our timeout period (it *should* have done so within ~10us, not >1ms. OPAL uses the SLW timer to schedule some operations, but can fall back to the (much less frequent OPAL poller, which although does not affect functionality, runs *much* less frequently. This could have the effect of slow I2C operations (for example). It may also mean that you *had* an increase in jitter, due to slow interactions with SLW. This error may also occur if the machine is connected to via soft FSI.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "SLWTimerStuck",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "TpmLogMgr failed to add a new event to the event log. TpmLogMgr is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TpmLogMgr code may have been updated. 2) Check that max event log size was not reached and log marshall executed with no error. Enabling the trace routines in trustedbootUtils.H may help.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "STBAddEventFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SLW: timer stuck, falling back to OPAL pollers. You will likely have slower I2C and may have experienced increased jitter."
> +   "pattern": ".* -> evLog[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ evType=0x[0-9a-f]+ rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "No GPU/NPU2 slot information was found. NVLink2 functionality will not work.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NPUNoPHBSlotLabel",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "PCR extend operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise, this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "STBPCRExtendFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NPU2: Cannot find GPU slot information"
> +   "pattern": ".* -> tpm[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU2 slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Compatible trustedboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TrustedBootNotCompatible",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NPU2: Cannot create PHB slot"
> +   "pattern": "trustedboot init FAILED, '.*' node not compatible."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL marked a Centaur (memory buffer) as offline due to CENTAUR_ERR_OFFLINE_THRESHOLD (10) consecutive errors on XSCOMs to this centaur. OPAL will now return OPAL_XSCOM_CTR_OFFLINED and not try any further XSCOMs. This is likely caused by some hardware issue or PRD recovery issue.",
> +   "advice": "This is a bug in the trustedboot_measure() caller, which is passing an unknown resource_id.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "CentaurOfflinedTooManyErrors",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredUnknown",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "CENTAUR: Offlined [0-9a-f]+ due to > [0-9]+ consecutive XSCOM errors. No more XSCOMs to this centaur."
> +   "pattern": "resource NOT MEASURED, resource_id=[0-9]+ unknown"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "xscom_read was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_read on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
> +   "advice": "This is a bug. The resource cannot be measured because it is not mapped to a PCR in the resources[] array.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "XSCOMReadInvalidPartID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ResourceNotMappedToPCR",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's not mapped to a PCR"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "xscom_write was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_write on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
> +   "advice": "This is a bug. The trustedboot_measure() caller provided a NULL container.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "XSCOMWriteInvalidPartID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredNull",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's null"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The HOMER base address for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a safe, low frequency. Power savings in CPU idle or CPU hotplug may be impacted.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidHomerBase",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadCmdReady",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ homer_base is not valid"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The pstate table for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a low, safe frequency. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling may not be functional.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTable",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteCmdReady",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ PState table is not valid"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The pstate table for the first chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates in this case.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTableDT",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "The command ready bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "TPMCmdReadyTimeout",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: PState table is not valid"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.commandReady, delay > [0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P9. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion02",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadFifoStatus",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P9"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo status: mask [0-9a-f]+, expected [0-9a-f]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P8. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion90",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadDataAvail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P8"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.dataAvail, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates.",
> +   "advice": "The data avail bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCUnsupportedVersion",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMDataAvailBitTimeout",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Unsupported pstate table layout version [0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.dataAvail, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The min pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has not added pstates to device tree. This means that CPU Frequency management will not be functional in the host.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateLimits",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadBurstCount",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Invalid pstate limits. Pmin([0-9]+) > Pmax ([0-9]+)"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.burstCount, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The nominal pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has limited the nominal pstate to max pstate.",
> +   "advice": "The burstcount bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidNominalPState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMBurstCountTimeout",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Clipping nominal pstate([0-9]+) to Pmax([0-9]+)"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.burstCount, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The number of pstates is outside the valid range (currently <=1 or > 128 on p8, >255 on P9), so OPAL has not added pstates to the device tree. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateRange",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteFifo",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: OCC range is not valid; No of pstates = [0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Device tree node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found. OPAL didn't add pstate information to device tree. Probably a firmware bug.",
> +   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed, the TPM is not expecting more data. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCCDTNodeNotFound",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteFifoNotExpecting",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: write FIFO overflow, not expecting more data"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ. Per-chip pstate properties are not added to Device Tree.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCDTFailedNodeCreation",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteFifoLastByte",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ@[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo (last byte), count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "ENOMEM while allocating OCC load message. OCCs not started, consequently no power/frequency scaling will be functional.",
> +   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OCCload_reqENOMEM",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteFifoExpecting",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Could not allocate occ_load_req"
> +   "pattern": "TPM: write FIFO overflow, expecting more data"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Invalid request for loading OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
> +   "advice": "The read from TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCLoadInvalidScope",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadFifoOverflow",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Load message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: overflow on fifo read, c=[0-9]+, bc=[0-9]+, bl=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Invalid request for resetting OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OCCResetInvalidScope",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReadFifo",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OCC: Reset message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL had trouble creating the sensor nodes in the device tree as there was already one there. This indicates either the device tree from Hostboot already filled in sensors or an OPAL bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OPALSensorNodeExists",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "TPM device is not initialized. This indicates a bug in the tpm_transmit() caller",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "TPMDeviceNotInitialized",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SENSOR: node .* exists"
> +   "pattern": "TPM: tpm device not initialized"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Failed to update System Attention Indicator. Likely means some bug with OPAL interacting with FSP.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FSPSAIFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMWriteGo",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Update SAI cmd failed [rc=[0-9]+]."
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.go, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory while trying to allocate an FSP message in SAI code path. This indicates an OPAL bug that caused OPAL to run out of memory.",
> +   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SAIMallocFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "TPMReleaseTpm",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
> +   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to release tpm, rc=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Error in queueing message to FSP in SAI code path. Likely an OPAL bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SAIQueueFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL could not find an NVRAM partition on the system flash. Check that the system flash has a valid partition table, and that the firmware build process has added a NVRAM partition.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "NVRAMNoPartition",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
> +   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't parse ffs info for NVRAM"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Possibly an error on FSP side, OPAL failed to read state from FSP.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL Found multiple system flash. Since we've already found a system flash we are going to use that one but this ordering is not guaranteed so may change in future.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FSPSAIGetFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Read real SAI cmd failed [rc = 0x[0-9a-f]+]."
> +   "label": "SystemFlashMultiple",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> +   "pattern": "FLASH: Attempted to register multiple system flash: .*"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory: OPAL bug.",
> +   "advice": "System flash isn't formatted as expected. This could mean several OPAL utilities do not function as expected. e.g. gard, pflash.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "NoFFS",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> +   "pattern": "FLASH: No ffs info; using raw device only"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "No system flash was found. Check for missing calls flash_register(...).",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FSPGetSAIMallocFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
> +   "label": "SystemFlashNotFound",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> +   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't load resource id:[0-9]+. No system flash found"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Failed to queue message to FSP: OPAL bug",
> +   "advice": "OPAL hit an assert(). During normal usage (even testing) we should never hit an assert. There are other code paths for controlled shutdown/panic in the event of catastrophic errors.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FSPGetSAIQueueFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "FailedAssert",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
> +   "pattern": "Assert fail: .*"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for FSP LED command. Likely an OPAL bug led to out of memory.",
> +   "advice": "opal_i2c_request was passed an invalid bus ID. This has likely come from the OS rather than OPAL and thus could indicate an OS bug rather than an OPAL bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "FSPLEDRequestMallocFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SPCN set command node allocation failed"
> +   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid 'bus_id' passed to the OPAL"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Inconsistent state between OPAL and FSP in code path for handling failure of fetching error log from FSP. Likely a bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogFetchFailureInconsistent",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL ran out of memory and this should never happen.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "I2CFailedAllocation",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "I2C: Failed to allocate 'i2c_request'"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. We expected there to be a pending read from FSP but the list was empty.",
> +   "advice": "i2c_request_send was passed an invalid bus ID. This indicates a bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogQueueInconsistent",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid bus_id=[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "We expected there to be an entry in the list of error logs for the error log we're fetching information for. There wasn't. This means there's a bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogInfoInconsistentState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL run out of memory and this should never happen.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "I2CAllocationFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "I2C: allocating i2c_request failed"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Inconsistent state while reading error log from FSP. Bug in OPAL and FSP interaction.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL will parse the Flattened Device Tree(FDT), which can be generated from different firmware sources. During expansion of FDT, OPAL observed a node assigned multiple times (a duplicate). This indicates either a Hostboot bug *OR*, more likely, a bug in the platform XML. Check the platform XML for duplicate IDs for this type of device. Because of this duplicate node, OPAL won't add the hardware device found with a duplicate node ID into DT, rendering the corresponding device not functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogReadInconsistentState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "DTHasDuplicateNodeID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "DT: Found duplicate node: .*"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Error in acknowledging heartbeat to FSP. This could mean the FSP has gone away or it may mean the FSP may kill us for missing too many heartbeats.",
> +   "advice": "HBRT triggered assert: you need to debug HBRT",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "FSPHeartbeatAckError",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "HBRTassert",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SURV: Heartbeat Acknowledgment error from FSP"
> +   "pattern": "HBRT: Assertion from hostservices"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. The state maintained by OPAL didn't match what the FSP sent.",
> +   "advice": "Firmware should have aborted boot",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "HBRTlidLoadFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "HBRT: LID Load failed"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "OPAL was called with a bad token. On POWER8 and earlier, Linux kernels had a bug where they wouldn't check if firmware supported particular OPAL calls before making them. It is, in fact, harmless for these cases. On systems newer than POWER8, this should never happen and indicates a kernel bug where OPAL_CHECK_TOKEN isn't being called where it should be.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ElogListInconsistent",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OPALBadToken",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
> +   "pattern": "OPAL: Called with bad token [0-9]+ !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Bug in skiboot/FSP code for EPOW event handling",
> +   "advice": "Currently removing a poller is DANGEROUS and MUST NOT be done in production firmware.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "EPOWSignatureMismatch",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "UnsupportedOPALdelpoller",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Signature mismatch"
> +   "pattern": "WARNING: Unsupported opal_del_poller. Interesting locking issues, don't call this."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Queueing a message from OPAL to FSP failed. This is likely due to either an OPAL bug or the FSP going away.",
> +   "advice": "opal_run_pollers() was called with a lock held, which could lead to deadlock if not excessively lucky/careful.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "EPOWMessageQueueFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OPAL EPOW message queuing failed"
> +   "pattern": "Running pollers with lock held !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL doesn't know that the BMC supports PNOR access commands. This will be a bug in the OPAL support for this BMC.",
> +   "advice": "Your firmware is buggy, see the 64 messages complaining about opal_run_pollers with lock held.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "PNORAccessYeahButNoBut",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock64",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "PNOR BUG: access requested but BMC doesn't support request"
> +   "pattern": "opal_run_pollers with lock run 64 times, disabling warning."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "In negotiating PNOR access with BMC, we got an odd/invalid request from the BMC. Likely a bug in OPAL/BMC interaction.",
> +   "advice": "You are running in manufacturing mode. This mode should only be enabled in a factory during manufacturing.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "ManufacturingMode",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_MEDIUM",
> +   "pattern": "PLAT: Manufacturing mode ON"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but no tpm node was found under that xscom chip id. This is most certainly a hostboot bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "InvalidPNORAccessRequest",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "HDATNoTpmForChipId",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "invalid PNOR access requested: [0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": "TPM node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+ (HB bug)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Likely bug in what sent us the OCC reset.",
> +   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but the xscom node for the chip_id was not found. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SELUnknownOCCReset",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "HDATBadChipIdForTPM",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "SEL message to reset an unknown OCC (sensor ID 0x[0-9a-f]+)"
> +   "pattern": "xscom node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Compatible secureboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> +   "advice": "HDAT described an invalid size for timebase, which means there's a disagreement between HDAT and OPAL. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SecureBootNotCompatible",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "HDATBadTimebaseSize",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
> +   "pattern": "HDAT: Bad timebase size [0-9]+ @ (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Hash algorithm invalid, secureboot containers version 1 requires sha512. If you're running the latest POWER firmware, so probably there is a bug in the device tree received from hostboot.",
> +   "advice": "The HOMER base address for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a safe, low frequency. Power savings in CPU idle or CPU hotplug may be impacted.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "HashAlgoInvalid",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
> -   "pattern": "secureboot init FAILED, hash-algo=.* not supported"
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidHomerBase",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ homer_base is not valid"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Compatible CVC driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> +   "advice": "The pstate table for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a low, safe frequency. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling may not be functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "CVCNotCompatible",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTable",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ PState table is not valid"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "STB_DEBUG should not be enabled in production. PCR read operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "STBPCRReadFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "The pstate table for the first chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates in this case.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTableDT",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "tpmCmdPcrRead() failed: tpm[0-9]+, alg=[0-9a-f]+, pcr[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: PState table is not valid"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "TPM node already registered. The same node is being registered twice or there is a tpm node duplicate in the device tree",
> +   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P9. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMAlreadyRegistered",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> -   "pattern": "tpm[0-9]+ already registered"
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion02",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P9"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "linux,sml-base property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
> +   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P8. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMSmlBaseNotFound",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion90",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "linux,sml-base property not found tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P8"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "linux,sml-size property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
> +   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMSmlSizeNotFound",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCUnsupportedVersion",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "linux,sml-size property not found, tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Unsupported pstate table layout version [0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Hostboot creates and adds entries to the event log. The failed init function is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. If the hostboot TpmLogMgr code (or friends) has been updated, the changes need to be applied to skiboot as well.",
> +   "advice": "The min pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has not added pstates to device tree. This means that CPU Frequency management will not be functional in the host.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMInitEventLogFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateLimits",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "eventlog init failed: tpm[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Invalid pstate limits. Pmin([0-9]+) > Pmax ([0-9]+)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "TpmLogMgr failed to add a new event to the event log. TpmLogMgr is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TpmLogMgr code may have been updated. 2) Check that max event log size was not reached and log marshall executed with no error. Enabling the trace routines in trustedbootUtils.H may help.",
> +   "advice": "The nominal pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has limited the nominal pstate to max pstate.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "STBAddEventFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidNominalPState",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* -> evLog[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ evType=0x[0-9a-f]+ rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Clipping nominal pstate([0-9]+) to Pmax([0-9]+)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "PCR extend operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise, this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
> +   "advice": "The number of pstates is outside the valid range (currently <=1 or > 128 on p8, >255 on P9), so OPAL has not added pstates to the device tree. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "STBPCRExtendFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateRange",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* -> tpm[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: OCC range is not valid; No of pstates = [0-9]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Compatible trustedboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TrustedBootNotCompatible",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Device tree node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found. OPAL didn't add pstate information to device tree. Probably a firmware bug.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCCDTNodeNotFound",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "trustedboot init FAILED, '.*' node not compatible."
> +   "pattern": "OCC: dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "This is a bug in the trustedboot_measure() caller, which is passing an unknown resource_id.",
> +   "advice": "Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ. Per-chip pstate properties are not added to Device Tree.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredUnknown",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCDTFailedNodeCreation",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "resource NOT MEASURED, resource_id=[0-9]+ unknown"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ@[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "This is a bug. The resource cannot be measured because it is not mapped to a PCR in the resources[] array.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ResourceNotMappedToPCR",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "ENOMEM while allocating OCC load message. OCCs not started, consequently no power/frequency scaling will be functional.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCCload_reqENOMEM",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's not mapped to a PCR"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Could not allocate occ_load_req"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "This is a bug. The trustedboot_measure() caller provided a NULL container.",
> +   "advice": "Invalid request for loading OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredNull",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCLoadInvalidScope",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's null"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Load message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "Invalid request for resetting OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadCmdReady",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCCResetInvalidScope",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "OCC: Reset message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "The NPU fence status did not update as expected. This could be the result of a firmware or hardware bug. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteCmdReady",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "OCAPIFenceStatusTimeout",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCAPI: Fence status for brick [0-9]+ stuck: expected 0x[0-9a-f]+, got 0x[0-9a-f]+"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "OpenCAPI IRQ setup failed. This is probably a firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will be broken.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCAPIIRQAllocationFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCAPI: Couldn't allocate interrupts for NPU"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "OCAPICannotCreatePHBSlot",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OCAPI: Cannot create PHB slot"
> +  },
> +  {
> +   "advice": "OPAL failed to add the power-mgt device tree node. This could mean that firmware ran out of memory, or there's a bug somewhere.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "CreateDTPowerMgtNodeFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "creating dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt failed"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The command ready bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMCmdReadyTimeout",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.commandReady, delay > [0-9]+"
> +   "advice": "An error condition occurred in sleep/winkle engines timer state machine. Dumping debug information to root-cause. OPAL/skiboot may be stuck on some operation that requires SLW timer state machine (e.g. core powersaving)",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "SLWRegisterDump",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
> +   "pattern": "SLW: Register state:"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadFifoStatus",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "The SLeep/Winkle Engine (SLW) failed to increment the generation number within our timeout period (it *should* have done so within ~10us, not >1ms. OPAL uses the SLW timer to schedule some operations, but can fall back to the (much less frequent OPAL poller, which although does not affect functionality, runs *much* less frequently. This could have the effect of slow I2C operations (for example). It may also mean that you *had* an increase in jitter, due to slow interactions with SLW. This error may also occur if the machine is connected to via soft FSI.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "SLWTimerStuck",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo status: mask [0-9a-f]+, expected [0-9a-f]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "SLW: timer stuck, falling back to OPAL pollers. You will likely have slower I2C and may have experienced increased jitter."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "xscom_read was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_read on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadDataAvail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "XSCOMReadInvalidPartID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.dataAvail, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The data avail bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
> +   "advice": "xscom_write was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_write on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMDataAvailBitTimeout",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "XSCOMWriteInvalidPartID",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.dataAvail, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadBurstCount",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "No GPU/NPU2 slot information was found. NVLink2 functionality will not work.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "NPUNoPHBSlotLabel",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.burstCount, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot find GPU slot information"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The burstcount bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMBurstCountTimeout",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU2 slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
> +   "compare_mode": "string",
> +   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.burstCount, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "NVLink not functional",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteFifo",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "NPUisnInvalid",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "NPU[0-9]+: isn 0x[0-9a-f]+ not valid for this NPU"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed, the TPM is not expecting more data. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
> +   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteFifoNotExpecting",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: write FIFO overflow, not expecting more data"
> +   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL marked a Centaur (memory buffer) as offline due to CENTAUR_ERR_OFFLINE_THRESHOLD (10) consecutive errors on XSCOMs to this centaur. OPAL will now return OPAL_XSCOM_CTR_OFFLINED and not try any further XSCOMs. This is likely caused by some hardware issue or PRD recovery issue.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteFifoLastByte",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "CentaurOfflinedTooManyErrors",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo (last byte), count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "CENTAUR: Offlined [0-9a-f]+ due to > [0-9]+ consecutive XSCOM errors. No more XSCOMs to this centaur."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL doesn't know that the BMC supports PNOR access commands. This will be a bug in the OPAL support for this BMC.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteFifoExpecting",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "PNORAccessYeahButNoBut",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "TPM: write FIFO overflow, expecting more data"
> +   "pattern": "PNOR BUG: access requested but BMC doesn't support request"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "The read from TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
> +   "advice": "In negotiating PNOR access with BMC, we got an odd/invalid request from the BMC. Likely a bug in OPAL/BMC interaction.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadFifoOverflow",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "InvalidPNORAccessRequest",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: overflow on fifo read, c=[0-9]+, bc=[0-9]+, bl=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "invalid PNOR access requested: [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "Likely bug in what sent us the OCC reset.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReadFifo",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "SELUnknownOCCReset",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": "SEL message to reset an unknown OCC (sensor ID 0x[0-9a-f]+)"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "TPM device is not initialized. This indicates a bug in the tpm_transmit() caller",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "TPMDeviceNotInitialized",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Failed to update System Attention Indicator. Likely means some bug with OPAL interacting with FSP.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "FSPSAIFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "TPM: tpm device not initialized"
> +   "pattern": "Update SAI cmd failed [rc=[0-9]+]."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory while trying to allocate an FSP message in SAI code path. This indicates an OPAL bug that caused OPAL to run out of memory.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMWriteGo",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "SAIMallocFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.go, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
> +   "advice": "Error in queueing message to FSP in SAI code path. Likely an OPAL bug.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "TPMReleaseTpm",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "SAIQueueFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to release tpm, rc=[0-9]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "opal_i2c_request was passed an invalid bus ID. This has likely come from the OS rather than OPAL and thus could indicate an OS bug rather than an OPAL bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Possibly an error on FSP side, OPAL failed to read state from FSP.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "FSPSAIGetFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid 'bus_id' passed to the OPAL"
> +   "pattern": "Read real SAI cmd failed [rc = 0x[0-9a-f]+]."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL ran out of memory and this should never happen.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "I2CFailedAllocation",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory: OPAL bug.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "FSPGetSAIMallocFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "I2C: Failed to allocate 'i2c_request'"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "i2c_request_send was passed an invalid bus ID. This indicates a bug.",
> +   "advice": "Failed to queue message to FSP: OPAL bug",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "FSPGetSAIQueueFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid bus_id=[0-9a-f]+"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL run out of memory and this should never happen.",
> +   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for FSP LED command. Likely an OPAL bug led to out of memory.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "I2CAllocationFailed",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "FSPLEDRequestMallocFail",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "I2C: i2c_alloc_req failed"
> +   "pattern": "SPCN set command node allocation failed"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "HBRT triggered assert: you need to debug HBRT",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "HBRTassert",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "OPAL had trouble creating the sensor nodes in the device tree as there was already one there. This indicates either the device tree from Hostboot already filled in sensors or an OPAL bug.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "OPALSensorNodeExists",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "HBRT: Assertion from hostservices"
> +   "pattern": "SENSOR: node .* exists"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Firmware should have aborted boot",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "HBRTlidLoadFail",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. The state maintained by OPAL didn't match what the FSP sent.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "ElogListInconsistent",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "HBRT: LID Load failed"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "You are running in manufacturing mode. This mode should only be enabled in a factory during manufacturing.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "ManufacturingMode",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_MEDIUM",
> -   "pattern": "PLAT: Manufacturing mode ON"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL could not find an NVRAM partition on the system flash. Check that the system flash has a valid partition table, and that the firmware build process has added a NVRAM partition.",
> +   "advice": "Bug in skiboot/FSP code for EPOW event handling",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NVRAMNoPartition",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "EPOWSignatureMismatch",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't parse ffs info for NVRAM"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "OPAL Found multiple system flash. Since we've already found a system flash we are going to use that one but this ordering is not guaranteed so may change in future.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SystemFlashMultiple",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> -   "pattern": "FLASH: Attempted to register multiple system flash: .*"
> +   "pattern": "Signature mismatch"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "System flash isn't formatted as expected. This could mean several OPAL utilities do not function as expected. e.g. gard, pflash.",
> +   "advice": "Queueing a message from OPAL to FSP failed. This is likely due to either an OPAL bug or the FSP going away.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "NoFFS",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> -   "pattern": "FLASH: No ffs info; using raw device only"
> +   "label": "EPOWMessageQueueFailed",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": "OPAL EPOW message queuing failed"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "No system flash was found. Check for missing calls flash_register(...).",
> +   "advice": "Inconsistent state between OPAL and FSP in code path for handling failure of fetching error log from FSP. Likely a bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "SystemFlashNotFound",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
> -   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't load resource id:[0-9]+. No system flash found"
> +   "label": "ElogFetchFailureInconsistent",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
> +   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "OPAL was called with a bad token. On POWER8 and earlier, Linux kernels had a bug where they wouldn't check if firmware supported particular OPAL calls before making them. It is, in fact, harmless for these cases. On systems newer than POWER8, this should never happen and indicates a kernel bug where OPAL_CHECK_TOKEN isn't being called where it should be.",
> +   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. We expected there to be a pending read from FSP but the list was empty.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "OPALBadToken",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ElogQueueInconsistent",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OPAL: Called with bad token [0-9]+ !"
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Currently removing a poller is DANGEROUS and MUST NOT be done in production firmware.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "UnsupportedOPALdelpoller",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "We expected there to be an entry in the list of error logs for the error log we're fetching information for. There wasn't. This means there's a bug.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "ElogInfoInconsistentState",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "WARNING: Unsupported opal_del_poller. Interesting locking issues, don't call this."
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Recursion detected in opal_run_pollers(). This indicates a bug in OPAL where a poller ended up running pollers, which doesn't lead anywhere good.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OPALPollerRecursion",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "advice": "Inconsistent state while reading error log from FSP. Bug in OPAL and FSP interaction.",
> +   "compare_mode": "regex",
> +   "label": "ElogReadInconsistentState",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "OPAL: Poller recursion detected."
> +   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "opal_run_pollers() was called with a lock held, which could lead to deadlock if not excessively lucky/careful.",
> +   "advice": "Error in acknowledging heartbeat to FSP. This could mean the FSP has gone away or it may mean the FSP may kill us for missing too many heartbeats.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "FSPHeartbeatAckError",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Running pollers with lock held !"
> +   "pattern": "SURV: Heartbeat Acknowledgment error from FSP"
>    },
>    {
> -   "advice": "Your firmware is buggy, see the 64 messages complaining about opal_run_pollers with lock held.",
> +   "advice": "AST BMC is likely to be non-functional when accessed from host.",
>     "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock64",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "opal_run_pollers with lock run 64 times, disabling warning."
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "OPAL will parse the Flattened Device Tree(FDT), which can be generated from different firmware sources. During expansion of FDT, OPAL observed a node assigned multiple times (a duplicate). This indicates either a Hostboot bug *OR*, more likely, a bug in the platform XML. Check the platform XML for duplicate IDs for this type of device. Because of this duplicate node, OPAL won't add the hardware device found with a duplicate node ID into DT, rendering the corresponding device not functional.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "DTHasDuplicateNodeID",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "DT: Found duplicate node: .*"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "OPAL hit an assert(). During normal usage (even testing) we should never hit an assert. There are other code paths for controlled shutdown/panic in the event of catastrophic errors.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "FailedAssert",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "label": "ASTBMCFailedSetEnables",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "Assert fail: .*"
> +   "pattern": "ASTBMC: failed to set enables"
>    },
>    {
>     "advice": "Device tree didn't contain enough information to correctly report back PCI inventory. Service processor is likely to be missing information about what hardware is physically present in the machine.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCIInventory",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "No chip device node for PHB[0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -788,7 +796,7 @@
>     "advice": "More PCI inventory than we can send to service processor. The service processor will have an incomplete view of the world.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCIInventoryTooLarge",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Inventory ([0-9]+ bytes) too large"
>    },
> @@ -796,7 +804,7 @@
>     "advice": "Error communicating with service processor when sending PCI Inventory.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCIInventoryError",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Error [0-9]+ sending inventory"
>    },
> @@ -804,7 +812,7 @@
>     "advice": "On Firenze platforms, I2C is used to control power to PCI slots. Errors here mean we may be in trouble in regards to PCI slot power on/off.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCII2CError",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Error [0-9]+ from I2C request on slot [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -812,7 +820,7 @@
>     "advice": "Likely a coding error: invalid I2C request.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCII2CInvalid",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Invalid I2C request [0-9]+ on slot [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -820,7 +828,7 @@
>     "advice": "The Firenze platform uses I2C to control power to PCI slots. Something went wrong in the state machine controlling that. Slots may/may not have power.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCISlotI2CStateError",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "Wrong state [0-9a-f]+ on slot [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -828,7 +836,7 @@
>     "advice": "Unexpected state in the FIRENZE PCI Slot state machine. This could mean PCI is not functioning correctly.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCISlotGPowerState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "[0-9a-f]+ GPOWER: Unexpected state [0-9a-f]+"
>    },
> @@ -836,41 +844,9 @@
>     "advice": "Unexpected state in the FIRENZE PCI Slot state machine. This could mean PCI is not functioning correctly.",
>     "compare_mode": "regex",
>     "label": "FirenzePCISlotSPowerState",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> +   "last_tag": "v6.1",
>     "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
>     "pattern": "[0-9a-f]+ SPOWER: Unexpected state [0-9a-f]+"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "AST BMC is likely to be non-functional when accessed from host.",
> -   "compare_mode": "string",
> -   "label": "ASTBMCFailedSetEnables",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "ASTBMC: failed to set enables"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but no tpm node was found under that xscom chip id. This is most certainly a hostboot bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "HDATNoTpmForChipId",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "TPM node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+ (HB bug)"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but the xscom node for the chip_id was not found. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "HDATBadChipIdForTPM",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "xscom node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+"
> -  },
> -  {
> -   "advice": "HDAT described an invalid size for timebase, which means there's a disagreement between HDAT and OPAL. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
> -   "compare_mode": "regex",
> -   "label": "HDATBadTimebaseSize",
> -   "last_tag": "v5.10",
> -   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
> -   "pattern": "HDAT: Bad timebase size [0-9]+ @ (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
>    }
>   ]
>  }
> 




Acked-by: Alex Hung <alex.hung@canonical.com>

Patch
diff mbox series

diff --git a/data/olog.json b/data/olog.json
index 86892da..4bb626f 100644
--- a/data/olog.json
+++ b/data/olog.json
@@ -1,786 +1,794 @@ 
 {
  "olog_error_warning_patterns": [
   {
-   "advice": "The NPU fence status did not update as expected. This could be the result of a firmware or hardware bug. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
+   "advice": "Compatible secureboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCAPIFenceStatusTimeout",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "SecureBootNotCompatible",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCAPI: Fence status for brick [0-9]+ stuck: expected 0x[0-9a-f]+, got 0x[0-9a-f]+"
+   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "There was an error attempting to send a reset signal over I2C to the OpenCAPI device.",
+   "advice": "Hash algorithm invalid, secureboot containers version 1 requires sha512. If you're running the latest POWER firmware, so probably there is a bug in the device tree received from hostboot.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCAPIDeviceResetFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCAPI: Error writing I2C reset signal: [0-9]+"
+   "label": "HashAlgoInvalid",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
+   "pattern": "secureboot init FAILED, hash-algo=.* not supported"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OpenCAPI IRQ setup failed. This is probably a firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will be broken.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "OCAPIIRQAllocationFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Compatible CVC driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "CVCNotCompatible",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCAPI: Couldn't allocate interrupts for NPU"
+   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The OpenCAPI link training procedure failed. This indicates a hardware or firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will not be available on this link.",
+   "advice": "STB_DEBUG should not be enabled in production. PCR read operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCAPILinkTrainingFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "STBPCRReadFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCAPI: Link [0-9]+ on chip [0-9]+ failed to train"
+   "pattern": "tpmCmdPcrRead() failed: tpm[0-9]+, alg=[0-9a-f]+, pcr[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "OCAPICannotCreatePHBSlot",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCAPI: Cannot create PHB slot"
+   "advice": "TPM node already registered. The same node is being registered twice or there is a tpm node duplicate in the device tree",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "TPMAlreadyRegistered",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
+   "pattern": "tpm[0-9]+ already registered"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "NVLink not functional",
+   "advice": "linux,sml-base property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "NPUisnInvalid",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMSmlBaseNotFound",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NPU[0-9]+: isn 0x[0-9a-f]+ not valid for this NPU"
+   "pattern": "linux,sml-base property not found tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "linux,sml-size property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "TPMSmlSizeNotFound",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
+   "pattern": "linux,sml-size property not found, tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL failed to add the power-mgt device tree node. This could mean that firmware ran out of memory, or there's a bug somewhere.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "CreateDTPowerMgtNodeFail",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Hostboot creates and adds entries to the event log. The failed init function is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. If the hostboot TpmLogMgr code (or friends) has been updated, the changes need to be applied to skiboot as well.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "TPMInitEventLogFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "creating dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt failed"
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "An error condition occurred in sleep/winkle engines timer state machine. Dumping debug information to root-cause. OPAL/skiboot may be stuck on some operation that requires SLW timer state machine (e.g. core powersaving)",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "SLWRegisterDump",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
-   "pattern": "SLW: Register state:"
+   "pattern": "eventlog init failed: tpm[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The SLeep/Winkle Engine (SLW) failed to increment the generation number within our timeout period (it *should* have done so within ~10us, not >1ms. OPAL uses the SLW timer to schedule some operations, but can fall back to the (much less frequent OPAL poller, which although does not affect functionality, runs *much* less frequently. This could have the effect of slow I2C operations (for example). It may also mean that you *had* an increase in jitter, due to slow interactions with SLW. This error may also occur if the machine is connected to via soft FSI.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "SLWTimerStuck",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "TpmLogMgr failed to add a new event to the event log. TpmLogMgr is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TpmLogMgr code may have been updated. 2) Check that max event log size was not reached and log marshall executed with no error. Enabling the trace routines in trustedbootUtils.H may help.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "STBAddEventFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "SLW: timer stuck, falling back to OPAL pollers. You will likely have slower I2C and may have experienced increased jitter."
+   "pattern": ".* -> evLog[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ evType=0x[0-9a-f]+ rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "No GPU/NPU2 slot information was found. NVLink2 functionality will not work.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "NPUNoPHBSlotLabel",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "PCR extend operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise, this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "STBPCRExtendFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NPU2: Cannot find GPU slot information"
+   "pattern": ".* -> tpm[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU2 slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Compatible trustedboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "TrustedBootNotCompatible",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NPU2: Cannot create PHB slot"
+   "pattern": "trustedboot init FAILED, '.*' node not compatible."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL marked a Centaur (memory buffer) as offline due to CENTAUR_ERR_OFFLINE_THRESHOLD (10) consecutive errors on XSCOMs to this centaur. OPAL will now return OPAL_XSCOM_CTR_OFFLINED and not try any further XSCOMs. This is likely caused by some hardware issue or PRD recovery issue.",
+   "advice": "This is a bug in the trustedboot_measure() caller, which is passing an unknown resource_id.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "CentaurOfflinedTooManyErrors",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredUnknown",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "CENTAUR: Offlined [0-9a-f]+ due to > [0-9]+ consecutive XSCOM errors. No more XSCOMs to this centaur."
+   "pattern": "resource NOT MEASURED, resource_id=[0-9]+ unknown"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "xscom_read was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_read on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
+   "advice": "This is a bug. The resource cannot be measured because it is not mapped to a PCR in the resources[] array.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "XSCOMReadInvalidPartID",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "ResourceNotMappedToPCR",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
+   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's not mapped to a PCR"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "xscom_write was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_write on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
+   "advice": "This is a bug. The trustedboot_measure() caller provided a NULL container.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "XSCOMWriteInvalidPartID",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredNull",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
+   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's null"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The HOMER base address for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a safe, low frequency. Power savings in CPU idle or CPU hotplug may be impacted.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCInvalidHomerBase",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMReadCmdReady",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ homer_base is not valid"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The pstate table for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a low, safe frequency. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling may not be functional.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTable",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMWriteCmdReady",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ PState table is not valid"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The pstate table for the first chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates in this case.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTableDT",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "The command ready bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "TPMCmdReadyTimeout",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: PState table is not valid"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.commandReady, delay > [0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P9. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion02",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMReadFifoStatus",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P9"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo status: mask [0-9a-f]+, expected [0-9a-f]+, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P8. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion90",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMReadDataAvail",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P8"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.dataAvail, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates.",
+   "advice": "The data avail bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCUnsupportedVersion",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMDataAvailBitTimeout",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Unsupported pstate table layout version [0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.dataAvail, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The min pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has not added pstates to device tree. This means that CPU Frequency management will not be functional in the host.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateLimits",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMReadBurstCount",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Invalid pstate limits. Pmin([0-9]+) > Pmax ([0-9]+)"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.burstCount, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The nominal pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has limited the nominal pstate to max pstate.",
+   "advice": "The burstcount bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCInvalidNominalPState",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMBurstCountTimeout",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Clipping nominal pstate([0-9]+) to Pmax([0-9]+)"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.burstCount, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The number of pstates is outside the valid range (currently <=1 or > 128 on p8, >255 on P9), so OPAL has not added pstates to the device tree. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateRange",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMWriteFifo",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: OCC range is not valid; No of pstates = [0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Device tree node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found. OPAL didn't add pstate information to device tree. Probably a firmware bug.",
+   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed, the TPM is not expecting more data. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "OCCDTNodeNotFound",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMWriteFifoNotExpecting",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: write FIFO overflow, not expecting more data"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ. Per-chip pstate properties are not added to Device Tree.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCDTFailedNodeCreation",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMWriteFifoLastByte",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ@[0-9a-f]+"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo (last byte), count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "ENOMEM while allocating OCC load message. OCCs not started, consequently no power/frequency scaling will be functional.",
+   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "OCCload_reqENOMEM",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMWriteFifoExpecting",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Could not allocate occ_load_req"
+   "pattern": "TPM: write FIFO overflow, expecting more data"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Invalid request for loading OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
+   "advice": "The read from TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCLoadInvalidScope",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMReadFifoOverflow",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Load message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: overflow on fifo read, c=[0-9]+, bc=[0-9]+, bl=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Invalid request for resetting OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OCCResetInvalidScope",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMReadFifo",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OCC: Reset message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL had trouble creating the sensor nodes in the device tree as there was already one there. This indicates either the device tree from Hostboot already filled in sensors or an OPAL bug.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OPALSensorNodeExists",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "TPM device is not initialized. This indicates a bug in the tpm_transmit() caller",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "TPMDeviceNotInitialized",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "SENSOR: node .* exists"
+   "pattern": "TPM: tpm device not initialized"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Failed to update System Attention Indicator. Likely means some bug with OPAL interacting with FSP.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "FSPSAIFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMWriteGo",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "Update SAI cmd failed [rc=[0-9]+]."
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.go, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory while trying to allocate an FSP message in SAI code path. This indicates an OPAL bug that caused OPAL to run out of memory.",
+   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "SAIMallocFail",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "TPMReleaseTpm",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
+   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to release tpm, rc=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Error in queueing message to FSP in SAI code path. Likely an OPAL bug.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "SAIQueueFail",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "OPAL could not find an NVRAM partition on the system flash. Check that the system flash has a valid partition table, and that the firmware build process has added a NVRAM partition.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "NVRAMNoPartition",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
+   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't parse ffs info for NVRAM"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Possibly an error on FSP side, OPAL failed to read state from FSP.",
+   "advice": "OPAL Found multiple system flash. Since we've already found a system flash we are going to use that one but this ordering is not guaranteed so may change in future.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "FSPSAIGetFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "Read real SAI cmd failed [rc = 0x[0-9a-f]+]."
+   "label": "SystemFlashMultiple",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
+   "pattern": "FLASH: Attempted to register multiple system flash: .*"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory: OPAL bug.",
+   "advice": "System flash isn't formatted as expected. This could mean several OPAL utilities do not function as expected. e.g. gard, pflash.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "NoFFS",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
+   "pattern": "FLASH: No ffs info; using raw device only"
+  },
+  {
+   "advice": "No system flash was found. Check for missing calls flash_register(...).",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "FSPGetSAIMallocFail",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
+   "label": "SystemFlashNotFound",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
+   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't load resource id:[0-9]+. No system flash found"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Failed to queue message to FSP: OPAL bug",
+   "advice": "OPAL hit an assert(). During normal usage (even testing) we should never hit an assert. There are other code paths for controlled shutdown/panic in the event of catastrophic errors.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "FSPGetSAIQueueFail",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "FailedAssert",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
+   "pattern": "Assert fail: .*"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for FSP LED command. Likely an OPAL bug led to out of memory.",
+   "advice": "opal_i2c_request was passed an invalid bus ID. This has likely come from the OS rather than OPAL and thus could indicate an OS bug rather than an OPAL bug.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "FSPLEDRequestMallocFail",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "SPCN set command node allocation failed"
+   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid 'bus_id' passed to the OPAL"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Inconsistent state between OPAL and FSP in code path for handling failure of fetching error log from FSP. Likely a bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "ElogFetchFailureInconsistent",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL ran out of memory and this should never happen.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "I2CFailedAllocation",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
+   "pattern": "I2C: Failed to allocate 'i2c_request'"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. We expected there to be a pending read from FSP but the list was empty.",
+   "advice": "i2c_request_send was passed an invalid bus ID. This indicates a bug.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "ElogQueueInconsistent",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
+   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid bus_id=[0-9a-f]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "We expected there to be an entry in the list of error logs for the error log we're fetching information for. There wasn't. This means there's a bug.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "ElogInfoInconsistentState",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL run out of memory and this should never happen.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "I2CAllocationFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
+   "pattern": "I2C: allocating i2c_request failed"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Inconsistent state while reading error log from FSP. Bug in OPAL and FSP interaction.",
+   "advice": "OPAL will parse the Flattened Device Tree(FDT), which can be generated from different firmware sources. During expansion of FDT, OPAL observed a node assigned multiple times (a duplicate). This indicates either a Hostboot bug *OR*, more likely, a bug in the platform XML. Check the platform XML for duplicate IDs for this type of device. Because of this duplicate node, OPAL won't add the hardware device found with a duplicate node ID into DT, rendering the corresponding device not functional.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "ElogReadInconsistentState",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "DTHasDuplicateNodeID",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
+   "pattern": "DT: Found duplicate node: .*"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Error in acknowledging heartbeat to FSP. This could mean the FSP has gone away or it may mean the FSP may kill us for missing too many heartbeats.",
+   "advice": "HBRT triggered assert: you need to debug HBRT",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "FSPHeartbeatAckError",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "HBRTassert",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "SURV: Heartbeat Acknowledgment error from FSP"
+   "pattern": "HBRT: Assertion from hostservices"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. The state maintained by OPAL didn't match what the FSP sent.",
+   "advice": "Firmware should have aborted boot",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "HBRTlidLoadFail",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
+   "pattern": "HBRT: LID Load failed"
+  },
+  {
+   "advice": "OPAL was called with a bad token. On POWER8 and earlier, Linux kernels had a bug where they wouldn't check if firmware supported particular OPAL calls before making them. It is, in fact, harmless for these cases. On systems newer than POWER8, this should never happen and indicates a kernel bug where OPAL_CHECK_TOKEN isn't being called where it should be.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "ElogListInconsistent",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OPALBadToken",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
+   "pattern": "OPAL: Called with bad token [0-9]+ !"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Bug in skiboot/FSP code for EPOW event handling",
+   "advice": "Currently removing a poller is DANGEROUS and MUST NOT be done in production firmware.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "EPOWSignatureMismatch",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "UnsupportedOPALdelpoller",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "Signature mismatch"
+   "pattern": "WARNING: Unsupported opal_del_poller. Interesting locking issues, don't call this."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Queueing a message from OPAL to FSP failed. This is likely due to either an OPAL bug or the FSP going away.",
+   "advice": "opal_run_pollers() was called with a lock held, which could lead to deadlock if not excessively lucky/careful.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "EPOWMessageQueueFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OPAL EPOW message queuing failed"
+   "pattern": "Running pollers with lock held !"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL doesn't know that the BMC supports PNOR access commands. This will be a bug in the OPAL support for this BMC.",
+   "advice": "Your firmware is buggy, see the 64 messages complaining about opal_run_pollers with lock held.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "PNORAccessYeahButNoBut",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock64",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "PNOR BUG: access requested but BMC doesn't support request"
+   "pattern": "opal_run_pollers with lock run 64 times, disabling warning."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "In negotiating PNOR access with BMC, we got an odd/invalid request from the BMC. Likely a bug in OPAL/BMC interaction.",
+   "advice": "You are running in manufacturing mode. This mode should only be enabled in a factory during manufacturing.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "ManufacturingMode",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_MEDIUM",
+   "pattern": "PLAT: Manufacturing mode ON"
+  },
+  {
+   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but no tpm node was found under that xscom chip id. This is most certainly a hostboot bug.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "InvalidPNORAccessRequest",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "HDATNoTpmForChipId",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "invalid PNOR access requested: [0-9a-f]+"
+   "pattern": "TPM node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+ (HB bug)"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Likely bug in what sent us the OCC reset.",
+   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but the xscom node for the chip_id was not found. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "SELUnknownOCCReset",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "HDATBadChipIdForTPM",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "SEL message to reset an unknown OCC (sensor ID 0x[0-9a-f]+)"
+   "pattern": "xscom node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Compatible secureboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
+   "advice": "HDAT described an invalid size for timebase, which means there's a disagreement between HDAT and OPAL. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "SecureBootNotCompatible",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "HDATBadTimebaseSize",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
+   "pattern": "HDAT: Bad timebase size [0-9]+ @ (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Hash algorithm invalid, secureboot containers version 1 requires sha512. If you're running the latest POWER firmware, so probably there is a bug in the device tree received from hostboot.",
+   "advice": "The HOMER base address for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a safe, low frequency. Power savings in CPU idle or CPU hotplug may be impacted.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "HashAlgoInvalid",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
-   "pattern": "secureboot init FAILED, hash-algo=.* not supported"
+   "label": "OCCInvalidHomerBase",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
+   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ homer_base is not valid"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Compatible CVC driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
+   "advice": "The pstate table for a chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional. CPU may be set to a low, safe frequency. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling may not be functional.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "CVCNotCompatible",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTable",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".* FAILED, /ibm,secureboot not compatible."
+   "pattern": "OCC: Chip: [0-9a-f]+ PState table is not valid"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "STB_DEBUG should not be enabled in production. PCR read operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "STBPCRReadFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "The pstate table for the first chip was not valid. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates in this case.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateTableDT",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "tpmCmdPcrRead() failed: tpm[0-9]+, alg=[0-9a-f]+, pcr[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "OCC: PState table is not valid"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "TPM node already registered. The same node is being registered twice or there is a tpm node duplicate in the device tree",
+   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P9. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMAlreadyRegistered",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
-   "pattern": "tpm[0-9]+ already registered"
+   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion02",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
+   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P9"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "linux,sml-base property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
+   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported in P8. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as frequency and pstate-ids are not added to DT.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMSmlBaseNotFound",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCInvalidVersion90",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "linux,sml-base property not found tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
+   "pattern": "OCC: Version [0-9a-f]+ is not supported in P8"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "linux,sml-size property not found. This indicates a Hostboot bug if the property really doesn't exist in the tpm node.",
+   "advice": "The PState table layout version is not supported. So OPAL will not parse the PState table. CPU frequency scaling will not be functional as OPAL doesn't populate the device tree with pstates.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMSmlSizeNotFound",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCUnsupportedVersion",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "linux,sml-size property not found, tpm node (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
+   "pattern": "OCC: Unsupported pstate table layout version [0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Hostboot creates and adds entries to the event log. The failed init function is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. If the hostboot TpmLogMgr code (or friends) has been updated, the changes need to be applied to skiboot as well.",
+   "advice": "The min pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has not added pstates to device tree. This means that CPU Frequency management will not be functional in the host.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMInitEventLogFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateLimits",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "eventlog init failed: tpm[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "OCC: Invalid pstate limits. Pmin([0-9]+) > Pmax ([0-9]+)"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "TpmLogMgr failed to add a new event to the event log. TpmLogMgr is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TpmLogMgr code may have been updated. 2) Check that max event log size was not reached and log marshall executed with no error. Enabling the trace routines in trustedbootUtils.H may help.",
+   "advice": "The nominal pstate is greater than the max pstate, this could be due to corrupted/invalid data in OCC-OPAL shared memory region. So OPAL has limited the nominal pstate to max pstate.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "STBAddEventFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCInvalidNominalPState",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".* -> evLog[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ evType=0x[0-9a-f]+ rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "OCC: Clipping nominal pstate([0-9]+) to Pmax([0-9]+)"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "PCR extend operation failed. This TSS implementation is part of hostboot, but the source code is shared with skiboot. 1) The hostboot TSS may have been updated. 2) This may be caused by the short I2C timeout and can be fixed by increasing the timeout. Otherwise, this indicates a bug in the TSS or the TPM device driver. Each one has local debug macros that can help.",
+   "advice": "The number of pstates is outside the valid range (currently <=1 or > 128 on p8, >255 on P9), so OPAL has not added pstates to the device tree. This means that OCC (On Chip Controller) will be non-functional. This means that CPU idle states and CPU frequency scaling will not be functional.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "STBPCRExtendFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCInvalidPStateRange",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".* -> tpm[0-9]+ FAILED: pcr[0-9]+ rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "OCC: OCC range is not valid; No of pstates = [0-9]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Compatible trustedboot driver not found. Probably, hostboot/mambo/skiboot has updated the /ibm,secureboot/compatible without adding a driver that supports it.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TrustedBootNotCompatible",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Device tree node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found. OPAL didn't add pstate information to device tree. Probably a firmware bug.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "OCCDTNodeNotFound",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "trustedboot init FAILED, '.*' node not compatible."
+   "pattern": "OCC: dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt not found"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "This is a bug in the trustedboot_measure() caller, which is passing an unknown resource_id.",
+   "advice": "Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ. Per-chip pstate properties are not added to Device Tree.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredUnknown",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCDTFailedNodeCreation",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "resource NOT MEASURED, resource_id=[0-9]+ unknown"
+   "pattern": "OCC: Failed to create /ibm,opal/power-mgt/occ@[0-9a-f]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "This is a bug. The resource cannot be measured because it is not mapped to a PCR in the resources[] array.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "ResourceNotMappedToPCR",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "ENOMEM while allocating OCC load message. OCCs not started, consequently no power/frequency scaling will be functional.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "OCCload_reqENOMEM",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's not mapped to a PCR"
+   "pattern": "OCC: Could not allocate occ_load_req"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "This is a bug. The trustedboot_measure() caller provided a NULL container.",
+   "advice": "Invalid request for loading OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "ResourceNotMeasuredNull",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCLoadInvalidScope",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": ".* NOT MEASURED, it's null"
+   "pattern": "OCC: Load message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
+   "advice": "Invalid request for resetting OCCs. Power and frequency management not functional",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMReadCmdReady",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCCResetInvalidScope",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "OCC: Reset message with invalid scope 0x[0-9a-f]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
+   "advice": "The NPU fence status did not update as expected. This could be the result of a firmware or hardware bug. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMWriteCmdReady",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "OCAPIFenceStatusTimeout",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
+   "pattern": "OCAPI: Fence status for brick [0-9]+ stuck: expected 0x[0-9a-f]+, got 0x[0-9a-f]+"
+  },
+  {
+   "advice": "OpenCAPI IRQ setup failed. This is probably a firmware bug. OpenCAPI functionality will be broken.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "OCAPIIRQAllocationFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
+   "pattern": "OCAPI: Couldn't allocate interrupts for NPU"
+  },
+  {
+   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. OpenCAPI functionality could be broken.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "OCAPICannotCreatePHBSlot",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
+   "pattern": "OCAPI: Cannot create PHB slot"
+  },
+  {
+   "advice": "OPAL failed to add the power-mgt device tree node. This could mean that firmware ran out of memory, or there's a bug somewhere.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "CreateDTPowerMgtNodeFail",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.commandReady, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "creating dt node /ibm,opal/power-mgt failed"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The command ready bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMCmdReadyTimeout",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.commandReady, delay > [0-9]+"
+   "advice": "An error condition occurred in sleep/winkle engines timer state machine. Dumping debug information to root-cause. OPAL/skiboot may be stuck on some operation that requires SLW timer state machine (e.g. core powersaving)",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "SLWRegisterDump",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_LOW",
+   "pattern": "SLW: Register state:"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMReadFifoStatus",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "The SLeep/Winkle Engine (SLW) failed to increment the generation number within our timeout period (it *should* have done so within ~10us, not >1ms. OPAL uses the SLW timer to schedule some operations, but can fall back to the (much less frequent OPAL poller, which although does not affect functionality, runs *much* less frequently. This could have the effect of slow I2C operations (for example). It may also mean that you *had* an increase in jitter, due to slow interactions with SLW. This error may also occur if the machine is connected to via soft FSI.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "SLWTimerStuck",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo status: mask [0-9a-f]+, expected [0-9a-f]+, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "SLW: timer stuck, falling back to OPAL pollers. You will likely have slower I2C and may have experienced increased jitter."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
+   "advice": "xscom_read was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_read on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMReadDataAvail",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "XSCOMReadInvalidPartID",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.dataAvail, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The data avail bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
+   "advice": "xscom_write was called with an invalid partid. There's likely a bug somewhere in the stack that's causing someone to try an xscom_write on something that isn't a processor, Centaur or EX chiplet.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMDataAvailBitTimeout",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "XSCOMWriteInvalidPartID",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.dataAvail, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": ".*: invalid XSCOM partid 0x[0-9a-f]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMReadBurstCount",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "No GPU/NPU2 slot information was found. NVLink2 functionality will not work.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "NPUNoPHBSlotLabel",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read sts.burstCount, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot find GPU slot information"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The burstcount bit of the tpm status register is taking longer to be settled. Either the wait time need to be increased or the TPM device is not functional.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMBurstCountTimeout",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU2 slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
+   "compare_mode": "string",
+   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: timeout on sts.burstCount, delay=[0-9]+/[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
+   "advice": "NVLink not functional",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMWriteFifo",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "NPUisnInvalid",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "NPU[0-9]+: isn 0x[0-9a-f]+ not valid for this NPU"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed, the TPM is not expecting more data. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
+   "advice": "Firmware probably ran out of memory creating NPU slot. NVLink functionality could be broken.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "TPMWriteFifoNotExpecting",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "NPUCannotCreatePHBSlot",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: write FIFO overflow, not expecting more data"
+   "pattern": "NPU: Cannot create PHB slot"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
+   "advice": "OPAL marked a Centaur (memory buffer) as offline due to CENTAUR_ERR_OFFLINE_THRESHOLD (10) consecutive errors on XSCOMs to this centaur. OPAL will now return OPAL_XSCOM_CTR_OFFLINED and not try any further XSCOMs. This is likely caused by some hardware issue or PRD recovery issue.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMWriteFifoLastByte",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "CentaurOfflinedTooManyErrors",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write fifo (last byte), count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "CENTAUR: Offlined [0-9a-f]+ due to > [0-9]+ consecutive XSCOM errors. No more XSCOMs to this centaur."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The write to the TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
+   "advice": "OPAL doesn't know that the BMC supports PNOR access commands. This will be a bug in the OPAL support for this BMC.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "TPMWriteFifoExpecting",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "PNORAccessYeahButNoBut",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "TPM: write FIFO overflow, expecting more data"
+   "pattern": "PNOR BUG: access requested but BMC doesn't support request"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "The read from TPM FIFO overflowed. It is expecting more data even though we think we are done. This indicates a bug in the TPM device driver.",
+   "advice": "In negotiating PNOR access with BMC, we got an odd/invalid request from the BMC. Likely a bug in OPAL/BMC interaction.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMReadFifoOverflow",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "InvalidPNORAccessRequest",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: overflow on fifo read, c=[0-9]+, bc=[0-9]+, bl=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "invalid PNOR access requested: [0-9a-f]+"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
+   "advice": "Likely bug in what sent us the OCC reset.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMReadFifo",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "SELUnknownOCCReset",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to read fifo, count=[0-9]+, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": "SEL message to reset an unknown OCC (sensor ID 0x[0-9a-f]+)"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "TPM device is not initialized. This indicates a bug in the tpm_transmit() caller",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "TPMDeviceNotInitialized",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Failed to update System Attention Indicator. Likely means some bug with OPAL interacting with FSP.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "FSPSAIFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "TPM: tpm device not initialized"
+   "pattern": "Update SAI cmd failed [rc=[0-9]+]."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
+   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory while trying to allocate an FSP message in SAI code path. This indicates an OPAL bug that caused OPAL to run out of memory.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMWriteGo",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "SAIMallocFail",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to write sts.go, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Either the tpm device or the tpm-i2c interface doesn't seem to be working properly. Check the return code (rc) for further details.",
+   "advice": "Error in queueing message to FSP in SAI code path. Likely an OPAL bug.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "TPMReleaseTpm",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "SAIQueueFail",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "NUVOTON: fail to release tpm, rc=[0-9]+"
+   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "opal_i2c_request was passed an invalid bus ID. This has likely come from the OS rather than OPAL and thus could indicate an OS bug rather than an OPAL bug.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Possibly an error on FSP side, OPAL failed to read state from FSP.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "FSPSAIGetFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid 'bus_id' passed to the OPAL"
+   "pattern": "Read real SAI cmd failed [rc = 0x[0-9a-f]+]."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL ran out of memory and this should never happen.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "I2CFailedAllocation",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "OPAL ran out of memory: OPAL bug.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "FSPGetSAIMallocFail",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "I2C: Failed to allocate 'i2c_request'"
+   "pattern": ".*: Memory allocation failed."
   },
   {
-   "advice": "i2c_request_send was passed an invalid bus ID. This indicates a bug.",
+   "advice": "Failed to queue message to FSP: OPAL bug",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "I2CInvalidBusID",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "FSPGetSAIQueueFail",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "I2C: Invalid bus_id=[0-9a-f]+"
+   "pattern": ".*: Failed to queue the message"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for an i2c_request. This points to an OPAL bug as OPAL run out of memory and this should never happen.",
+   "advice": "OPAL failed to allocate memory for FSP LED command. Likely an OPAL bug led to out of memory.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "I2CAllocationFailed",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "FSPLEDRequestMallocFail",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "I2C: i2c_alloc_req failed"
+   "pattern": "SPCN set command node allocation failed"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "HBRT triggered assert: you need to debug HBRT",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "HBRTassert",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "OPAL had trouble creating the sensor nodes in the device tree as there was already one there. This indicates either the device tree from Hostboot already filled in sensors or an OPAL bug.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "OPALSensorNodeExists",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "HBRT: Assertion from hostservices"
+   "pattern": "SENSOR: node .* exists"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Firmware should have aborted boot",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "HBRTlidLoadFail",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. The state maintained by OPAL didn't match what the FSP sent.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "ElogListInconsistent",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "HBRT: LID Load failed"
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "You are running in manufacturing mode. This mode should only be enabled in a factory during manufacturing.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "ManufacturingMode",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_MEDIUM",
-   "pattern": "PLAT: Manufacturing mode ON"
+   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL could not find an NVRAM partition on the system flash. Check that the system flash has a valid partition table, and that the firmware build process has added a NVRAM partition.",
+   "advice": "Bug in skiboot/FSP code for EPOW event handling",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "NVRAMNoPartition",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "EPOWSignatureMismatch",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't parse ffs info for NVRAM"
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "OPAL Found multiple system flash. Since we've already found a system flash we are going to use that one but this ordering is not guaranteed so may change in future.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "SystemFlashMultiple",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
-   "pattern": "FLASH: Attempted to register multiple system flash: .*"
+   "pattern": "Signature mismatch"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "System flash isn't formatted as expected. This could mean several OPAL utilities do not function as expected. e.g. gard, pflash.",
+   "advice": "Queueing a message from OPAL to FSP failed. This is likely due to either an OPAL bug or the FSP going away.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "NoFFS",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
-   "pattern": "FLASH: No ffs info; using raw device only"
+   "label": "EPOWMessageQueueFailed",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
+   "pattern": "OPAL EPOW message queuing failed"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "No system flash was found. Check for missing calls flash_register(...).",
+   "advice": "Inconsistent state between OPAL and FSP in code path for handling failure of fetching error log from FSP. Likely a bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "SystemFlashNotFound",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_HIGH",
-   "pattern": "FLASH: Can't load resource id:[0-9]+. No system flash found"
+   "label": "ElogFetchFailureInconsistent",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
+   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
+   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "OPAL was called with a bad token. On POWER8 and earlier, Linux kernels had a bug where they wouldn't check if firmware supported particular OPAL calls before making them. It is, in fact, harmless for these cases. On systems newer than POWER8, this should never happen and indicates a kernel bug where OPAL_CHECK_TOKEN isn't being called where it should be.",
+   "advice": "Bug in interaction between FSP and OPAL. We expected there to be a pending read from FSP but the list was empty.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "OPALBadToken",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "ElogQueueInconsistent",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OPAL: Called with bad token [0-9]+ !"
+   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Currently removing a poller is DANGEROUS and MUST NOT be done in production firmware.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "UnsupportedOPALdelpoller",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "We expected there to be an entry in the list of error logs for the error log we're fetching information for. There wasn't. This means there's a bug.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "ElogInfoInconsistentState",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "WARNING: Unsupported opal_del_poller. Interesting locking issues, don't call this."
+   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Recursion detected in opal_run_pollers(). This indicates a bug in OPAL where a poller ended up running pollers, which doesn't lead anywhere good.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "OPALPollerRecursion",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "advice": "Inconsistent state while reading error log from FSP. Bug in OPAL and FSP interaction.",
+   "compare_mode": "regex",
+   "label": "ElogReadInconsistentState",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "OPAL: Poller recursion detected."
+   "pattern": ".*: Inconsistent internal list state !"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "opal_run_pollers() was called with a lock held, which could lead to deadlock if not excessively lucky/careful.",
+   "advice": "Error in acknowledging heartbeat to FSP. This could mean the FSP has gone away or it may mean the FSP may kill us for missing too many heartbeats.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "FSPHeartbeatAckError",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "Running pollers with lock held !"
+   "pattern": "SURV: Heartbeat Acknowledgment error from FSP"
   },
   {
-   "advice": "Your firmware is buggy, see the 64 messages complaining about opal_run_pollers with lock held.",
+   "advice": "AST BMC is likely to be non-functional when accessed from host.",
    "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "OPALPollerWithLock64",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "opal_run_pollers with lock run 64 times, disabling warning."
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "OPAL will parse the Flattened Device Tree(FDT), which can be generated from different firmware sources. During expansion of FDT, OPAL observed a node assigned multiple times (a duplicate). This indicates either a Hostboot bug *OR*, more likely, a bug in the platform XML. Check the platform XML for duplicate IDs for this type of device. Because of this duplicate node, OPAL won't add the hardware device found with a duplicate node ID into DT, rendering the corresponding device not functional.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "DTHasDuplicateNodeID",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "DT: Found duplicate node: .*"
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "OPAL hit an assert(). During normal usage (even testing) we should never hit an assert. There are other code paths for controlled shutdown/panic in the event of catastrophic errors.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "FailedAssert",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "label": "ASTBMCFailedSetEnables",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "Assert fail: .*"
+   "pattern": "ASTBMC: failed to set enables"
   },
   {
    "advice": "Device tree didn't contain enough information to correctly report back PCI inventory. Service processor is likely to be missing information about what hardware is physically present in the machine.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
    "label": "FirenzePCIInventory",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
    "pattern": "No chip device node for PHB[0-9a-f]+"
   },
@@ -788,7 +796,7 @@ 
    "advice": "More PCI inventory than we can send to service processor. The service processor will have an incomplete view of the world.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
    "label": "FirenzePCIInventoryTooLarge",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
    "pattern": "Inventory ([0-9]+ bytes) too large"
   },
@@ -796,7 +804,7 @@ 
    "advice": "Error communicating with service processor when sending PCI Inventory.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
    "label": "FirenzePCIInventoryError",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
    "pattern": "Error [0-9]+ sending inventory"
   },
@@ -804,7 +812,7 @@ 
    "advice": "On Firenze platforms, I2C is used to control power to PCI slots. Errors here mean we may be in trouble in regards to PCI slot power on/off.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
    "label": "FirenzePCII2CError",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
    "pattern": "Error [0-9]+ from I2C request on slot [0-9a-f]+"
   },
@@ -812,7 +820,7 @@ 
    "advice": "Likely a coding error: invalid I2C request.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
    "label": "FirenzePCII2CInvalid",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
    "pattern": "Invalid I2C request [0-9]+ on slot [0-9a-f]+"
   },
@@ -820,7 +828,7 @@ 
    "advice": "The Firenze platform uses I2C to control power to PCI slots. Something went wrong in the state machine controlling that. Slots may/may not have power.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
    "label": "FirenzePCISlotI2CStateError",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
    "pattern": "Wrong state [0-9a-f]+ on slot [0-9a-f]+"
   },
@@ -828,7 +836,7 @@ 
    "advice": "Unexpected state in the FIRENZE PCI Slot state machine. This could mean PCI is not functioning correctly.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
    "label": "FirenzePCISlotGPowerState",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
    "pattern": "[0-9a-f]+ GPOWER: Unexpected state [0-9a-f]+"
   },
@@ -836,41 +844,9 @@ 
    "advice": "Unexpected state in the FIRENZE PCI Slot state machine. This could mean PCI is not functioning correctly.",
    "compare_mode": "regex",
    "label": "FirenzePCISlotSPowerState",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
+   "last_tag": "v6.1",
    "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
    "pattern": "[0-9a-f]+ SPOWER: Unexpected state [0-9a-f]+"
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "AST BMC is likely to be non-functional when accessed from host.",
-   "compare_mode": "string",
-   "label": "ASTBMCFailedSetEnables",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "ASTBMC: failed to set enables"
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but no tpm node was found under that xscom chip id. This is most certainly a hostboot bug.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "HDATNoTpmForChipId",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "TPM node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+ (HB bug)"
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "HDAT secureboot_tpm_info structure described a chip id, but the xscom node for the chip_id was not found. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "HDATBadChipIdForTPM",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "xscom node not found for chip_id=[0-9]+"
-  },
-  {
-   "advice": "HDAT described an invalid size for timebase, which means there's a disagreement between HDAT and OPAL. This is most certainly a firmware bug.",
-   "compare_mode": "regex",
-   "label": "HDATBadTimebaseSize",
-   "last_tag": "v5.10",
-   "log_level": "LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL",
-   "pattern": "HDAT: Bad timebase size [0-9]+ @ (0x[0-9a-f]+|nil)"
   }
  ]
 }