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TALVASSON
Frequent Advisor

Send alerts for hot temperature

hey
i had a C7000
i search but i didn't found where i can parameter a alert(via mail) if the temperature is upper than ...
is it possible
thanks
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Ali
HPE Pro

Re: Send alerts for hot temperature

Hi TALVASSON,

You can use onboard administrator to configure email alerts.

Onboard Administrator performs configuration steps for the enclosure, enables run-time management and configuration of the enclosure components, and informs you
of problems within the enclosure through email, SNMP, or the Insight Display.

The option is called AlertMail.
Check page 93 for alertmail configuration within ONboard administrator
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00705292/c00705292.pdf


Hope this helps,



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Aftab
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TALVASSON
Frequent Advisor

Re: Send alerts for hot temperature

hey
thanks for your reply
it is already done on my C7000, but i wanted to know if i can specify specific parameters for the alarm, for example for different temperature

i didn't found, so i mean it is not possible but i want to be sure

nicolas
Steinemann
Occasional Advisor
Solution

Re: Send alerts for hot temperature

Hi Talvasson,
you can verify the current temperature readings at Device Bay -> Device Bay Information -> Status; table "Temperature Sensors".
The orange and red marks are the threshold for every temperature sensor. For good reasons HP makes it impossible to play around with these values.
If you experience high temperature values try this: In the BIOS of new blades (G6) you can switch between "Optimal cooling" (default) and "Increased Cooling". The later will cause a speed-up of enclosure fans.

Regards,
Daniel