PowerEdge SC 1435 Becoming Louder or Fans Go Haywire

Nick Solin solin.nick at gmail.com
Sun Sep 19 14:10:46 CDT 2010


When I try to access the DSET report by unzipping it, it asks me for a
password for each file. At no point during its scan did it ask for a
password, how do I find out what it is?

// Signature
using System; using Twitter; using Blog;
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string alias = "PatPeter";
string[,] languages = new string[4,6];
languages[0] = {"TI-BASIC","HTML/CSS","EventScripts Shell","PHP"}; // Fluent
(in order from earliest learned to latest)
languages[1] = {"Java","Shell","C#","C/C++","JavaScript"}; // Advanced (in
order from most advanced to least)
languages[2] = {"SourcePawn","MySQL/MSSQL","Batch","Visual Basic"}; //
Intermediate (in order from most known to least)
languages[3] = {"Python","Perl"}; // Learning
Twitter tNickSolin = new Twitter("http://twitter.com/NickSolin");
Blog bNickSolin = new Blog("http://nicksolin..com/");



On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 6:13 PM, Nick Solin <solin.nick at gmail.com> wrote:

> @Tim Connors: I clean out my server's heat sink and fans every weekend,
> which is why I was concerned when I would open my box, it would look fine
> (no accumulated dust), and still the fan speed and noise would fluctuate to
> an extreme extent.
>
> @Paul M. Dyer: Thanks, I'll try it out.
>
>
> // Signature
> using System; using Twitter; using Blog;
> string name = "Nicholas Solin";
> string alias = "PatPeter";
> string[,] languages = new string[4,6];
> languages[0] = {"TI-BASIC","HTML/CSS","EventScripts Shell","PHP"}; //
> Fluent (in order from earliest learned to latest)
> languages[1] = {"Java","Shell","C#","C/C++","JavaScript"}; // Advanced (in
> order from most advanced to least)
> languages[2] = {"SourcePawn","MySQL/MSSQL","Batch","Visual Basic"}; //
> Intermediate (in order from most known to least)
> languages[3] = {"Python","Perl"}; // Learning
>
> Twitter tNickSolin = new Twitter("http://twitter.com/NickSolin");
> Blog bNickSolin = new Blog("http://nicksolin..com/");
>
>
>
> On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 3:10 PM, Paul M. Dyer <pmdyer at ctgcentral2.com>wrote:
>
>> 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.
>>
>> Paul
>>
>> ----- 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?
>>
>> // Signature
>> using System; using Twitter; using Blog;
>> string name = "Nicholas Solin";
>> string alias = "PatPeter";
>> string[,] languages = new string[4,6];
>> languages[0] = {"TI-BASIC","HTML/CSS","EventScripts Shell"}; // Fluent
>> (in order from earliest learned to latest)
>> languages[1] = {"Java","PHP","Shell","C#","C++","JavaScript"}; //
>> Advanced (in order from most advanced to least)
>> languages[2] = {"SourcePawn","MySQL/MSSQL","Batch"}; // Intermediate (in
>> order from most known to least)
>> languages[3] = {"Python","Visual Basic"}; // Learning
>> Twitter tNickSolin = new Twitter(" http://twitter.com/NickSolin ");
>> Blog bNickSolin = new Blog(" http://nicksolin..com/ ");
>>
>>
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