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superdome2 alert V1P8_CPU1_VRM_5: Fault, whare the vrm ? on cpu or on blade?

 
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superdome2 alert V1P8_CPU1_VRM_5: Fault, whare the vrm ? on cpu or on blade?

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All Data - Thu Jul 27 20:20:09 2017
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                FRU Type: Superdome Cell Blade
                Location: 0x0100FF05FFFFFF94  enclosure1/blade5
               Timestamp: Sat Jul 22 12:55:37 2017
        Indictment State: Indicted
Requested Deconfig State: Configured
  Current Deconfig State: Configured

--- Install History 1 ---
        Discovery: Discovery
        Timestamp: Tue Nov 29 10:19:19 2011
       Serial Num: SGH514318W
    Parent Serial: SGH5141AE3
         Part Num: AM255A
   Spare Part Num: AH342-67001
  Manufacturer ID: HP
     Product Name: CB900s i2
 Board Serial Num: MYJ14004CG

--- Action - Indict ---
         Event No: 3022
         Provider: CPTIndicationProvider
           Reason: Voltage Regulator Module (VRM) not producing power to a CPU.
      Description: A Voltage Regulator Module (VRM) reports that it is not generating power.  This has most likely resulted in the crash of any partition using the associated processor or its memory.  The partition can most likely be rebooted and can include this blade, but the processor and associated memory will not be available
        Bundle ID: 0x315000000000104E
         Alert ID: 8302220170722125538
  - Indicted / Acquitted -
  Type Timestamp                 Entity       Reason
   Ind Sat Jul 22 12:55:37 2017  CAE          See reason above.
  ---
  - SubFru Isolation -
        - Blade -
        - CPU Power Subsystem -
        -------------------------------
            V1P8_CPU1_VRM_5: Fault
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superdome2 alert  V1P8_CPU1_VRM_5: Fault, whare the vrm ? on cpu or on blade?

solution is replace cpu or blade?

 

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Bill Hassell
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Re: superdome2 alert V1P8_CPU1_VRM_5: Fault, whare the vrm ? on cpu or on blade?

The VRM is not a replaceable part. The CPU is probably OK so you'll need a new blade and move CPUs, memory, etc to the new board. In the original Superdome boards, VRMs were small modules sitting next to the CPUs.



Bill Hassell, sysadmin