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BL 48Oc server not starting after shutting down

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  • smah98 Jan 31, 2009

    Thanks Misterixas,



    yes it uses UPS, and the output is tested for proper groundings and specifications.The power is redundant.

  • Misterixas May 11, 2010

    Well, your UPS is working OK, and you got the power you need. Does your server show any life signs? I mean is there any indication lighting? Do you hear ventilation movement when you try to start server?

  • Misterixas May 11, 2010

    Does it uses any UPS or is it connected straight to the mains socket on the wall?

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Browse to the server in question using the Insight display on the front of the blade enclosure. It will likely be red and flashing. See if this has any relevant information. It will usually tell you why a server is not booting.

If this doesn't help then try going into the Onboard Administrator for the enclosure and seeing if the diagnostics there help. This communicates with an independent processor on each server using a separate internal management network so you can generally get some good info even if the server is having issues.

Have you added servers or changed your power redundancy settings recently? Either of these could cause you to need additional power supplies if you aren't already full.

Another possibility if your enclosure is not completely full of fans or has one or more fans that are failed is that you are trying to put the server in a pair of slots that won't provide adequate cooling. The Insight Display should help you with this. If you have physically moved the server from one location to another then this is a very strong possiblity/

One last thing, if you are running on 110-120V power with a C7000 enclosure then you need to change to hi-line voltage as 110/120 is not supported and has limitations/issues. If it's a C3000 then you are OK with 110/120.

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