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navin
Super Advisor

System Power

Hello ,
My one of my rx4640 server has flashing power supply light at the back of the server.

Frop MP console - i did rs and ps -on , here is the output .could you please some one let me know if you have come across this.
Thanks Much

[mp001568] MP:CM> rs


RS
-> SPU power is down.




[mp001568] MP:CM> ps


PS
System Power state: Off
Temperature : Normal


Power supplies State
-----------------------------------------------------------
Power Supply 0 Normal
Power Supply 1 Normal


Fans State
-----------------------------------------------------------
Fan 0 (System) Normal
Fan 1 (System) Normal
Fan 2 (Pwr) Normal


[mp001569] MP:CM> pc -on


PC -on


System will be powered on.
Confirm? (Y/[N]): y
y

-> System is being powered on.

-> Command successful.

[mp001568] MP:CM>
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Murat SULUHAN
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: System Power

Hi Navin

There is no error in the output

You must send us your system event logs
connect to mp
SL
SEL
A
(select warning for alarm level)
T
D and select Y

MP will dump to screen entire system event log.

Did you monitored your system after pc -on

Best Regards
Murat
Murat Suluhan
Srikanth Arunachalam
Trusted Contributor

Re: System Power

Hi,

Yes that is the normal behaviour. The LED should be flashing green light. You may always monitor the power state from the network console by giving the command "PS" and in the event you want to power cycle it you may user PS displays the power status and RS to reset system through RST signal.

Thanks,
Srikanth
navin
Super Advisor

Re: System Power

Yes i did rs and pc -on but still no power .
the power led's at the back of the server is flashing ...i feel that is not normal as my other same type of system has stable led for powers at the back
Thanks Much
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navin
Super Advisor

Re: System Power

I saw this in the mp console .

Log Entry 38: 03 Jan 2008 16:21:21
Alert Level 7: Fatal
Keyword: Type-02 257100 2453760
Missing FRU device - Power Pod 1
Logged by: Baseboard Management Controller;
Sensor: Entity Presence
0x20477D0B810202F0 FF0D807115250300
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Murat SULUHAN
Honored Contributor

Re: System Power

Hi

Power failure problem

You should contact with HP support

Murat
Murat Suluhan
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: System Power

Your system powers on and I guess some moments later it goes off.

Here is the problem:

Missing FRU device - Power Pod 1

I'm sure it is not really missing, but dead.

Open a call and let the support folks fix your system.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Torsten.
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Re: System Power

The power pod is directly mounted on the CPU module. You can check if the small cable is connected to the processor carrier.
If this is OK the module is probably dead and you need a new CPU module.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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