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Jairo Campana
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Led Attention in my server

Hi, I have server model l1000-36 and L2000-36 and my led attention this blink:
Intro GSP: CTRL + B
GSP>SL
Activity /incoming...obtaing this log:
but not that meant it has:
Log Entry#0
System NAME:unintialized
date: 12/05/2003 time:09:54
alert level: 5=boot posible,environmental problem exists
source: 6 =platform
source detail :1=cabinet source id:0
problem datail: 1= inlet overtemp
caller activity e= sytem warning status :0
caller subactivity:00=implementation dependent

0x00e0000516100e000 0000000 00000type 0=data field unused
0x58e008546100e000 00005656 05093614 type 11=timestamp 12/05/2003 09:54

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no exist boot :
sgc1.wornx > who -r
. run-level 3 Oct 9 12:35 3 0 S

to my it seems to me that it is a temperature alert

howto clean this warning and led blink atention





legionx
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Robert-Jan Goossens
Honored Contributor

Re: Led Attention in my server

Hi,

As soon as you read all the errors in the GSG >> sl logs the led will stop blinking.

overtemp on both servers ??

HTH,
Robert-Jan
Pete Randall
Outstanding Contributor

Re: Led Attention in my server

I've never dealt with a temperature alert, but most alerts that cause the LED to blink will clear once the log has been reviewed. Have you exited the GSP yet?


Pete

Pete
Robert-Jan Goossens
Honored Contributor

Re: Led Attention in my server

GSG should be GSP typo

0 points please
Jairo Campana
Trusted Contributor

Re: Led Attention in my server

no but the other alarms do not show anything serious
legionx
Jairo Campana
Trusted Contributor

Re: Led Attention in my server

hahaha 0 point for robert and for write : TYPO for type.
legionx
Jairo Campana
Trusted Contributor

Re: Led Attention in my server

ok my led blink in ambar and power green fault green:
so, there was a systeminterruption that did not take the system down

action:
check chassis error logs to determine probable cause
check sentine logs to determine probable cause
ok , my problem is temperature.

problem datail: 1= inlet overtemp
overtemp

thanks for all
legionx
Hemanth Gurunath Basrur
Honored Contributor

Re: Led Attention in my server

Hello Jairo,

From the message, I infer that it is a temperature alert.

Refer to this link for info:

http://h20015.www2.hp.com/hub_search/document.jhtml?lc=en&docName=c00044876

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=lpn12084

These links may give you an idea.

HTH.

Regards,
Hemanth
Robert-Jan Goossens
Honored Contributor

Re: Led Attention in my server

Dont think you have to be alarmed if the temp in the room is ok, just keep your eye on the server and the computer room.

Regards and a good weekend (:-)