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rp5470 CPU failures in recent weeks.

 
Tim Sanko
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rp5470 CPU failures in recent weeks.

Are there any other sites that are having a rash of CPU failures?

We had two within a week. They were 750 MHZ if you could supply recent failures , speed, date, I'd appreciate it.
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Ted Buis
Honored Contributor

Re: rp5470 CPU failures in recent weeks.

You may want to check your environmentals, voltage, noise spikes, temperature, or even your power supplies in the rp5470s. You don't mention if the two failures were in the same system, or how many systems you have or if you have them on a UPS or other power conditioning. Many failures in the same box could point to something else (like the power supplies, fan failures) as the root cause.
Mom 6
The Real MD
Valued Contributor

Re: rp5470 CPU failures in recent weeks.

Its definately worth monitoring your environment like temperature, voltage, humidity. Not forgetting of course who has got access to the machine, is it in a secure environment. Does the cleaner unplug it in the evening sort of thing.

check the syslog.log file for excessive lbolt errors.

If its on support or under warranty get the whole thing replaced.

Regards

Martin.