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ESXi 4.1 reports high temperature on BL490c G7

Jannarong Poopirom
Occasional Contributor

ESXi 4.1 reports high temperature on BL490c G7

Hi all

I've just setup the blade system with ESXi 4.1.0, 348481 downloaded from HP. I opened the Configuration->Hardware->Health Status and saw that there's a warning.

It's under Temperature and the item names are "System Board 2 13-Chassis Exit -- Lower Non-Critical" which reports 78 Degree C.

The server is located in an air-con room which all other temperature are between 20 and 65 C.

I've check the iLO and maximum is 65 C for 09-IOH.

So, I wonder if there's anything wrong with the server or some mis-report.
2 REPLIES
Jan Soska
Honored Contributor

Re: ESXi 4.1 reports high temperature on BL490c G7

Hello,
as this is quite new hardware and ILO is not showing such high temperature, raise a case to HP support - probably needs fix.

Jan
NoisyAdam
Occasional Visitor

Re: ESXi 4.1 reports high temperature on BL490c G7

I am seeing 78C and 74C on two of our Proliant BL460c G7 on the "system board 2 13-chassis exit"

 

We are trying to determine if we have suitable air conditioning in the server room.

 

I have noticed that on the servers that are running SNMP monitoring as well as ICMP monitoring we are showing around 40C for the "system board 2 13-chassis exit".

 

I am wondering if there is a conversion issue with fahrenheit to celsius, that maybe the ILO temp output seems to be picking up?