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Need to determine defective power supply from GSP power failure logs

 
administratorccs
Occasional Contributor

Need to determine defective power supply from GSP power failure logs

Hi all,
I have some entries like below in GSP logs of my RP7410 server:

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log entry#: 59
System Name: Sys1
Alert Level: 6
Source:4= Power
Source Detail: 1=AC mains SourceID+ FF
Problem detali:9= power off

caller activity: 4=monitor status:F
caller subactivity:04= low voltage power supply

Reporting entity type:2=power monitor reporting entity ID:00

0x0020006941FF404F 00000000 00000000 type 0= Data field unused
0X5920086941FF404F 00006B04 001062A30 type 11
**********************************************

The server has three redundant power supplies.
Please help me to determine which of them is defective.

Thank you.
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Torsten.
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Re: Need to determine defective power supply from GSP power failure logs

Hi,

run the "ps" command from the MP and select "T" for the cabinet to see the current status.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Andrew Rutter
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Re: Need to determine defective power supply from GSP power failure logs

hi,

Along with what torsten has said, check this HP doc about failed power supplies

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=c00519570&jumpid=em_EL_Alerts/US/Apr06_ALL/Alerts

Aslo are you sure its a RP7410? they only have 2 bulk power supplies

http://www.nasi.com/pdfs/hp7410technical.pdf

Andy
administratorccs
Occasional Contributor

Re: Need to determine defective power supply from GSP power failure logs

Hi all,
Thank you for your replies.
From MP I find no problem with current status of power supply.
I check in the logs and there are many entries like I have described showing that from time to time the power supply gives a lower voltage than what expected. As I do not have any power fluctuation logged from my environment power monitoring system (which monitors the power output of the main UPS), I suspect that the problem be with the power supply inside the server.
So I want to know from these logs which is the power supply that has this problem.
Is there any way to determine that from the logs or I have to replace both power supplies?


Thank you.