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High temperature on CNA card

 
David1233
Occasional Contributor

High temperature on CNA card

Hi

 

I have below problem ,any person have solution for it?

 

 

Os: redhat 6.4

Server: Dl 380 g7 with Proliant server BIOS P67 07/02/2013

 

CNA card :Converged Network Adapters HP CN1000Q Dual Port Converged Network Adapter(BS668A)

http://www8.hp.com/us/en/products/adapters/product-detail.html?oid=5048908

 

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gsb_2
Regular Advisor

Re: High temperature on CNA card

Maybe switch slots from high profile to low profile or vice versa

 

 

Never seen an IO card with this high of memory requirement

 

NOTE: A minimum of two Gigabytes (2 GB) of server memory is required per each

adapter.

 

David1233
Occasional Contributor

Re: High temperature on CNA card

 

I  replaced place of CNA card on slots according with your suggest but still I have before problem.