PowerEdge SC 1435 Becoming Louder or Fans Go Haywire

Paul M. Dyer pmdyer at ctgcentral2.com
Fri Sep 24 09:42:07 CDT 2010


Hi Nick,

This is dset output from the SC1435 we have at the datacenter.   The RPMs are similar to what you are reporting.   I cannot hear anything from 1000 miles away, but everything seems to be fine.

Paul

  System Board FAN MOD 1A RPM  10200 RPM
  System Board FAN MOD 1C RPM  6750 RPM 
  System Board FAN MOD 1B RPM  9750 RPM 
  System Board FAN MOD 1D RPM  6750 RPM 
  System Board FAN MOD 2A RPM  10575 RPM
  System Board FAN MOD 2C RPM  6750 RPM 
  System Board FAN MOD 2B RPM  10425 RPM 
  System Board FAN MOD 2D RPM  6750 RPM 


----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Solin" <solin.nick at gmail.com>
To: linux-poweredge at dell.com
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2010 2:52:39 AM
Subject: Re: PowerEdge SC 1435 Becoming Louder or Fans Go Haywire

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.


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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)
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---------- 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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