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Temperature problem

 
Erik Rivenes
Occasional Visitor

Temperature problem

I have a ML370 G3 that recived a 1610- Temperature violation error. My question is how hot does a server have to get inorder for this error message?
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Terry Hutchings
Honored Contributor

Re: Temperature problem

It's possible the server isn't running noticebly higher in temperature than others. There may be a system board problem in this server causing this.
The truth is out there, but I forgot the URL..
Erik Rivenes
Occasional Visitor

Re: Temperature problem

My server room runs hot. I'm trying to justify a new AC system. I've got spec's on operating temperatures, but I'd like to find a document that tells me at what point does the 1610- Temperature violation error occur.

Thanks
David Claypool
Honored Contributor

Re: Temperature problem

If you have the ProLiant Support Pack loaded (and if not, you should), you can browse to the Insight agent at http://servername:2301 and view thermal information under Environment. It will show you current temperature and the threshold setting. Sensors are calibrated by the designers to specifications based on the components they protect. Each one has an individual setting.