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Javed Khan_1
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RP3410 Not powering on

Hi,

One of my RP3410 is not starting its System LED (Red and Blinking)

below are the error i am getting on SL

# Location|Alert| Encoded Field | Data Field | Keyword / Timestamp
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
47 BMC 2 0x2049B1256B020330 FFFF010B4F090300 Type-02 090b01 592641
06 Mar 2009 13:30:19
46 BMC *7 0x2049B1256A020320 00000607D6020300 Type-02 020706 132870
06 Mar 2009 13:30:18
45 BMC 2 0x2049B12560020310 0781A37000120300 Type-02 127003 1208323
06 Mar 2009 13:30:08
44 BMC 2 0x2049B12552020300 FFFF0103FDC00300 Type-02 c00301 12583681
06 Mar 2009 13:29:54
43 MP 0 2 0x5E800A7A00E002E0 0000000000000006 MP_SELFTEST_RESULT
00:00:15
42 BMC 2 0x20000000090202D0 FFFF056FFA220300 Type-02 226f05 2256645
00:00:09
41 BMC 2 0x20000000090202C0 FFFF0006D4020300 Type-02 020600 132608
00:00:09
40 BMC 2 0x20000000090202B0 FFFF000B4F090300 Type-02 090b00 592640
00:00:09
39 BMC 2 0x20000000090202A0 FFFF000945080300 Type-02 080900 526592
00:00:09


can some please tell me what error these messages means?

Javed
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Torsten.
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

The baseboard management controller is reporting an alert level 7 - serious.

Can you switch the logs to text mode please?


Means "not starting" not booting or not powering on?

Hope this helps!
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Javed Khan_1
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

Hi,

Here with info

Log Entry 33: 06 Mar 2009 13:27:59
Alert Level 7: Fatal
Keyword: Type-02 020706 132870
Voltage Fault
Logged by: Baseboard Management Controller;
Sensor: Voltage - Power Good
Data1: transition to Non-recoverable
0x2049B124DF020240 00000607D6020300
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Torsten.
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

There is a power problem somewhere. Does it power on? Maybe the power supply delivers a bad voltage ...

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Javed Khan_1
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

Hi,

system doesn't power on at all

Javed
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Mel Burslan
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

If you and I are to believe the MP controller log and assume that power supply is outputting good voltage, there is only one thing to blame which is the system's main board at the point it connects to the power supply.

Instead of wasting time here, trying to figure out the problem, you should call HP for hardware service if you have not done t already. This is not something you can self-repair.

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Torsten.
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

Sensor: Voltage - Power Good

This does NOT mean power is good, it is just the name of the reporting sensor.

Hope this helps!
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Dennis Handly
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

>Torsten: Sensor: Voltage - Power Good
>it is just the name of the reporting sensor.

Hmm, that's very confusing. Why not call it "Voltage Sensor"?
Javed Khan_1
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

Mel,

thanks for advice
I agree with your comment , if its hardware problem nothing much can be done.I am looking for exact component/part error from BMC error code so i can arrange replacement part from some other faulty system which is suffering from some other issue.

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Torsten.
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Re: RP3410 Not powering on

Previous server generations did talk in hex only - logs should be analyzed by experts.

Either the power supply it self (you have only one) or the system board is bad.

Another part is unlikely.

Hope this helps!
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