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Management Processor on Blade 2 appears unresponsive

srayfay
Valued Contributor

Management Processor on Blade 2 appears unresponsive

Hello,

 

I have a weird errors on my MP servers hosting by a BladeSyetem HP C7000

syslog from iLO2 says :

 

Sep 30 18:09:45 OA: Management Processor on Blade 2 appears unresponsive.
Oct 6 04:58:26 OA: Management Processor on Blade 1 appears unresponsive.
Oct 12 13:28:05 OA: Management Processor on Blade 4 appears unresponsive.

 

 

OA-001F296C1B8B> SHOW SERVER STATUS ALL
Blade #1 Status:
Power: On
Current Wattage used: 492
Internal Health: Failed
System Health: OK
Unit Identification LED: On
Virtual Fan: 33%
Diagnostic Status:
Internal Data OK
Management Processor Failed
I/O Configuration OK
Power OK
Cooling OK
Device Failure OK
Device Degraded OK
Blade #2 Status:
Power: On
Current Wattage used: 295
Internal Health: Failed
System Health: OK
Unit Identification LED: On
Virtual Fan: 33%
Diagnostic Status:
Internal Data OK
Management Processor Failed
I/O Configuration OK
Power OK
Cooling OK
Device Failure OK
Device Degraded OK
Blade #3 Status:
Power: On
Current Wattage used: 272
Internal Health: OK
System Health: OK
Unit Identification LED: Off
Virtual Fan: 33%
Diagnostic Status:
Internal Data OK
Management Processor OK
I/O Configuration OK
Power OK
Cooling OK
Device Failure OK
Device Degraded OK
Blade #4 Status:
Power: On
Current Wattage used: 280
Internal Health: Failed
System Health: OK
Unit Identification LED: On
Virtual Fan: 33%
Diagnostic Status:
Internal Data OK
Management Processor Failed
I/O Configuration OK
Power OK
Cooling OK
Device Failure OK
Device Degraded OK

 

 

 

If I reset my iLO, does it mean that my server (HPUX 11v3) will reboot ?

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moved ffrom HP-UX > System Administration to HP BladeSystem Server Blades - HP Forums Moderator

Regards
2 REPLIES
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Management Processor on Blade 2 appears unresponsive

>If I reset my iLO, does it mean that my server (HP-UX 11v3) will reboot?

 

No, they should be separate computers.

sahir_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: Management Processor on Blade 2 appears unresponsive

 

ILO reset doesnt affect OS. Please open a case with HP to investigate on MP errors.

 

Sahir