messages in the ipmi sel

Vincent Hoffman-Kazlauskas vhoffman at names.co.uk
Tue Mar 6 06:10:14 CST 2012


On 06/03/2012 12:06, Vincent Hoffman-Kazlauskas wrote:
> Hi all,
>         Not really linux specific but there seems enough knowledge here
> for it to be a good place to ask.
> one of our dell R210s had this in the ipmi sel.
> (command run was ipmitool -I open sel list)
>
>   40 | 03/06/2012 | 08:21:44 | Processor #0x0d | Transition to
> Non-recoverable
>   41 | 03/06/2012 | 08:21:45 | Unknown #0x28 |
>   42 | 03/06/2012 | 08:21:45 | Unknown #0x28 |
>   43 | 03/06/2012 | 08:21:45 | Unknown #0x28 |
>   44 | 03/06/2012 | 08:21:45 | Unknown #0x28 |
>   45 | 03/06/2012 | 08:21:45 | Processor #0x09 | IERR | Asserted
>
> The documentation isnt too clear what this means (using
> http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/software/svradmin/6.5/en/MSG/HTML/msgch30.htm#wp1073101)
> I'm treating it as a suspect CPU at the moment but thought i'd ask if
> anyone can say what it actually means before we I put in a support call.

A quick update, a bit more reading lead me to run
# ipmitool -I open sel get 64
SEL Record ID          : 0040
 Record Type           : 02
 Timestamp             : 03/06/2012 08:21:44
 Generator ID          : 00b1
 EvM Revision          : 04
 Sensor Type           : Processor
 Sensor Number         : 0d
 Event Type            : Generic Discrete
 Event Direction       : Assertion Event
 Event Data (RAW)      : a60100
 Description           : Transition to Non-recoverable

Sensor ID              : CPU Machine Chk (0xd)
 Entity ID             : 34.1
 Sensor Type (Discrete): Processor
 Unable to read sensor: Device Not Present


I'm leaning more towards that support call I think

Thanks,
Vince
>
> Cheers
> Vince Hoffman
>
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