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Excessive heating problem in ProLiant DL380 gen 9 and 7

 
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Excessive heating problem in ProLiant DL380 gen 9 and 7

its been long time and heating problem is not getting resolved, can anyone tell Inlet and exhaust temperature sensors name in Proliant DL380 gen 9 and 7 and when to reboot it?

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Re: Excessive heating problem in ProLiant DL380 gen 9 and 7

Hello 

Please login to ILO webconsole and navigate to sytem information >> Temperatures . You will see a list of temperature sensors along with its readings, which includes P/S inlet sensors and system exhaust sensors. 

Whenever there is a tempeature reading which is exceeding a caution/critical threshold , there will be a system event recorded on IML logs. Please contact HPE support will these logs for further diagnosis. 

Regards,

Shwetha 

I am an HPE Employee