PowerEdge SC 1435 Becoming Louder or Fans Go Haywire

Nick Solin solin.nick at gmail.com
Fri Sep 24 02:52:39 CDT 2010


These are some of the readings I took when my server decided to become
extremely loud. I took these no less than five minutes ago both within a 10
second interval. It has not calmed down yet. Are the two different
temperature readings for my two different processors?

Temp             | 20 degrees C      | ok
Temp             | 18 degrees C      | ok
Ambient Temp     | 26 degrees C      | ok
CMOS Battery     | 0x00              | ok
VCORE            | 0x01              | ok
VDDIO            | 0x01              | ok
VDDA             | 0x01              | ok
VTT              | 0x01              | ok
VCORE            | 0x01              | ok
VDDIO            | 0x01              | ok
VDDA             | 0x01              | ok
VTT              | 0x01              | ok
VDD 1.2V PG      | 0x01              | ok
Linear PG        | 0x01              | ok
FAN MOD 1A RPM   | 9450 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 1C RPM   | 7425 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 1B RPM   | 10125 RPM         | ok
FAN MOD 1D RPM   | 7650 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 2A RPM   | 9900 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 2C RPM   | 7425 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 2B RPM   | 9825 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 2D RPM   | 7200 RPM          | ok

And should my fans really be pushing 10,000?

Temp             | 22 degrees C      | ok
Temp             | 17 degrees C      | ok
Ambient Temp     | 26 degrees C      | ok
CMOS Battery     | 0x00              | ok
VCORE            | 0x01              | ok
VDDIO            | 0x01              | ok
VDDA             | 0x01              | ok
VTT              | 0x01              | ok
VCORE            | 0x01              | ok
VDDIO            | 0x01              | ok
VDDA             | 0x01              | ok
VTT              | 0x01              | ok
VDD 1.2V PG      | 0x01              | ok
Linear PG        | 0x01              | ok
FAN MOD 1A RPM   | 9525 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 1C RPM   | 7425 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 1B RPM   | 10050 RPM         | ok
FAN MOD 1D RPM   | 7650 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 2A RPM   | 9900 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 2C RPM   | 7350 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 2B RPM   | 9825 RPM          | ok
FAN MOD 2D RPM   | 7200 RPM          | ok

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On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 1:01 AM, Nick Solin <solin.nick at gmail.com> wrote:

> /facepalm, I had actually tried Dell, and did not think it would be as
> obvious as 'dell', knowing dell I expected some random word/numbers and
> letters located in some obscure area, thanks.
>
>
> // 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/");
>
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Cris Rhea <crhea at mayo.edu>
> Date: Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 2:09 PM
> Subject: Re: Linux-PowerEdge Digest, Vol 75, Issue 35
> To: solin.nick at gmail.com
>
>
> > Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2010 14:10:46 -0500
> > From: Nick Solin <solin.nick at gmail.com>
> > Subject: Re: PowerEdge SC 1435 Becoming Louder or Fans Go Haywire
> > To: "Paul M. Dyer" <pmdyer at ctgcentral2.com>
> > Cc: linux-poweredge at dell.com
> > Message-ID:
> >       <AANLkTikctA5Z_n0w+S1x1KTx6L=7ph6ourtVAWJsF8NS at mail.gmail.com>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>
> >
> > 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?
>
> "dell"
>
> --
>  Cristopher J. Rhea
>  Mayo Clinic - Research Computing Facility
>  200 First St SW, Rochester, MN 55905
>  crhea at Mayo.EDU
>  (507) 284-0587
>
>
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