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(SNMP) Power Rdedundancy Lost (6032) and Fan Removed (6039)

ehuang
Super Advisor

(SNMP) Power Rdedundancy Lost (6032) and Fan Removed (6039)

It is a DL180 G6, from time to time, I am getting a whole bunch of faulty alerts:

(SNMP) Fan Removed (6039)
(SNMP) Power Supply Removed (6034)
(SNMP) Power Redundancy Lost (6032)

The BIOS and iLO-100 firmware are pretty much up to date. Please help cause these faulty alerts drive me insane!

Much appreciated your help.
5 REPLIES
Jan Soska
Honored Contributor

Re: (SNMP) Power Rdedundancy Lost (6032) and Fan Removed (6039)

sorry for question, but are you sure alarms are faulty? Have you tried to reseat "failing" components?

Jan
ehuang
Super Advisor

Re: (SNMP) Power Rdedundancy Lost (6032) and Fan Removed (6039)

I am sure they are faulty. It is located remotely so I can't really check it out by myself. Funny thing is, another DL180 G6 at another location, sends over the same alarms to my HP SIM as well. Coincident? I don't think so.
Jan Soska
Honored Contributor

Re: (SNMP) Power Rdedundancy Lost (6032) and Fan Removed (6039)

ahh, coincidents... have you seen Matrix movie... :)

try raising a call to HP, could by serious bug.

Jan
ehuang
Super Advisor

Re: (SNMP) Power Rdedundancy Lost (6032) and Fan Removed (6039)

yeah, opened a case now. HP suggested to run SmartStart to collect some data ...
VSC
Occasional Visitor

Re: (SNMP) Power Rdedundancy Lost (6032) and Fan Removed (6039)

I am running into same issue with several of our DL 160 G6 servers. Latest BIOS and all hardware components seem to be working fine. Were you able to resolve this issue with HP? I would appreciate if you could share the resolution.

 

Thanks