PowerEdge SC 1435 Becoming Louder or Fans Go Haywire

Paul M. Dyer pmdyer at ctgcentral2.com
Mon Sep 13 15:10:43 CDT 2010

Hi Nick,

You could download the DSET utility from the dell website.   DSET can be run w/o installation.   The DSET report gives you plenty of info that can help to find out if there is a bad fan plus any other hardware problems.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Solin" <solin.nick at gmail.com>
To: linux-poweredge at dell.com
Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2010 11:45:11 PM
Subject: PowerEdge SC 1435 Becoming Louder or Fans Go Haywire

Hello all,

I'm fairly sure that in the past few weeks my PowerEdge SC 1435's fans
have become a lot louder. and when it is not louder, then it will switch
between having a very low serene hum to a very high-pitched annoying
acceleration of the fans, Does anyone know how I might investigate or
take control of the fans to stop them from going haywire?

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