Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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Error: “Power Supply Failure detected” erroneously reported by LOM

LOM firmware 3.39 is needed to properly address multiple power supplies for correct status monitoring.

1. Verify that the external status LED of each power supply shows as green.

2. On ADC MPX, verify output from the “stat system” command reports as NORMAL for each expected power supply. On an example ADC MPX with two power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NOT SUPPORTEDPower supply 4 status NOT SUPPORTED

On ADC MPX with four power supplies, the output is as follows:

> stat system detail | grep -i powerPower supply 1 status NORMALPower supply 2 status NORMALPower supply 3 status NORMALPower supply 4 status NORMAL

3. Once the power supply status is verified, check to see if the LOM firmware version is lower/older than version 3.39 by using the ipmitool from the UNIX shell.

Note: On ADC SDX, login as “root” in order to use the ipmitool executable successfully.

Example syntax for checking the firmware version:

> ipmitool mc info | grep -i firmwareFirmware Revision : 3.21

If the reported firmware is lower/older than 3.39, then a LOM firmware upgrade is necessary for the LOM dashboard to properly report power supply status.

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