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rudokop
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hpqmgmt flooding event log

Hello, recently hpqmgmt started to flood my system event log with the message: "Sensor 11 is missing. Reading Flags = 40 ".
I've tryed to google it but no luck at all.
Is there any solution to this situation?
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kris rombauts
Honored Contributor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

if you perform an update to :


- your ILO firmware to v1.78
- the system mgmt driver to v1.11.1.0
- your server or blade BIOS to latest
version


then this issue should be resolved. All these updates can be found on hp.com.

It is highly advised to perform these updates because there are some conditions that cause server hangs/reboots.


HTH


Kris

rudokop
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Thank you for your answer.
My server is ml150 g6
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodNameId=3884324&prodTypeId=15351&prodSeriesId=3884323&swLang=13&taskId=135&swEnvOID=1005
As if I'm looking right there is nothing with version v1.11.1.0 there
kris rombauts
Honored Contributor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

you're right, the info i provided was for ml/dl 3xx/5xx and blade blades, sorry.

But you could try to update the system management driver for your model of server or look out for newer version in the future as it seems just new.

Not sure what sensor 11 is in this model of server.



rudokop
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Is there any way to know what's "Sensor 11" in this server?
Charles Steinberg
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Did you ever find a solution to this problem?
I also have a ML150G6.

I had issues using the HP CD, in that When some ofthe HP software installed, the machine would not boot. I don't know which ones, as they were rolled into the install.

But I am stuck with this "
Sensor 11 is missing. Reading Flags = 40 "

any ideas are helpful.
ing. Marco Dalponte
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Same problem on same machine.
I've tried everything but until now no results.
I'll inform you if I succeed.
LANDRIEU_1
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Exactly the same problem here.
I think i have the latest drivers/firmware.
rudokop
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

no solution found yet

any reaction from HP ?
rooibos
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

I have the same problem on my dl180 G6 and Windows 2008
Sensor 9b is missing. Reading Flags = 40
Mick Kang
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

I am also having same issue.
Sensor 11 is missing. Reading Flags = 40
in system event logs.

I have Windows 2003 server standard SP2 on ML150 G6

HP, any solutions????
CraigR_2
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

I'm also seeing the "Sensor 9b missing. Reading Flags = 40" on a DL180 G6 running Windows Server 2003 R2
HP replaced motherboard but didn't fix problem.
jlawrence
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

I'm also seeing the "Sensor 9b missing. Reading Flags = 40" on a DL180 G6 running Windows Server 2008 SP2
wdoser
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Same event 57 errors here on two DL180G6 Servers running Win2008 SP2 x64: "Sensor 9b missing. Reading Flags = 40"

I temporarily fixed this problem by deinstalling the hpqmgmt.sys driver.
CraigR_2
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

wdoser, how did you disable the hpqmgmt driver?
wdoser
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Open the device manager and navigate to the system devices, there you will find an entry for "HP System Management driver". Right click on it and choose "deinstall", this will remove hpqmgmt.sys
Daniel Arrieta
Frequent Advisor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Seems that this issue is currently under investigation by HP.

The Servers should have the following versions installed:

1.BIOS to the latest version - HP 2009.04.01 (15 Apr 2009).
2.Lights out firmware : 4.0.3b
3.Lights out 100 driver Version 1.0.0.0
4.HP insight Agents 8.22

Spartan300
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Also getting sensor 9b entries in the log every 10 minutes. This is on a brand new DL180 G6, running windows 2003 r2 standard, and fully pacthed with the latest drivers.

Any news from HP with this one???
Daniel Arrieta
Frequent Advisor
Solution

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log


Ok, any of you guys out there with the error:

Sensor 11 is missing. Reading flags=40
Event ID 57 & Source HPQMGMT

should attempt to install this Bios release and monitor if the errors still show up, rember this requires a restart in order to work.

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=15351&prodSeriesId=3884323&prodNameId=3884324&swEnvOID=1005&swLang=13&mode=2&taskId=135&swItem=MTX-b7aaf51954c44735b47248bb48
JValentine
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Hi Daniel,

I just applied this update to my ML150 G6. The errors are gone. Thank you for your response!

Regards,
Joe
s Hachey
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Hello Daniel,
This patch has also fixed my event log flooding with the above eror message on my Proliant ML160 G6. thank you.
Daniel Arrieta
Frequent Advisor
RocketHP
Occasional Advisor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

DL180G6, The situation with updated bios Version: 2009.07.28 (17 Aug 2009) has not improved, what it is possible to make still?
Flooding systems proceeds :(
Daniel Arrieta
Frequent Advisor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

RocketHP,

Have you opened an HP case on this?

Marco Aroldi
Occasional Visitor

Re: hpqmgmt flooding event log

Dl180 G6:
Bios updated but still flooding.
Sensor 9b is missing. Reading Flags = 40
No case opened