Question about HP Compaq ProLiant ML350 G5 Server
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the log says that the shutdown was unexpected, then I'd suspect a power outage at that time. If you're using a managed PDU, check to see if that outlet (or the whole pdu) is set to power cycle. If you have more then one power supply, I'd recommend plugging them into different pdu circuits. If you're pluged in to a UPS, suspect that the UPS is cycling and that there's no UPS management service running. If you're plugged into (yikes) the wall, suspect building power.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
The G5 Series is fairly new, if you're within warranty, call 1800-okCompaq.
Could be a bad cable, a bad monitor, or bad computer hardware. Any display at all or any beep codes?
On the back, the ml350 G5 will likely have an additional Network interface jack-- this may be labeled ILO. The ILO network connect allows you to use another PC on the same network to access this system (like a remote control via VNC or RDP) even if it won't power up--literally. Inside the ILO page, (you'll need the IP address of the ILO, the default account is administrator, and the default password is listed ona paper tag attached in the rear or on a sticker. If you can get into ILO via web browser: https://ipddress of ilo, you can check the Integrated log, which can shed some light on any failures.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Check your events log to eliminate software issues. From a hardware point of view the unit could be overheating causing ASR to kick in
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
At startup before OS is loaded you will be prompted to press F8 to enter system setup at this point press F8. This message only last a few second. If you didn't get it the first time reboot the system and pay attention to get this message.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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