Question
I have Supermicro server 6026TT-BTF with X8DTT-F motherboard built-in. The following was noted in the IPMI interface. Can you let us know what may be causing this and how to solve the issue?



6 03/14/2014 02:57:52 +5VSB Voltage Upper Non-Critical - Going High - Deasserted

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4 03/14/2014 02:57:51 +5VSB Voltage Upper Non-Recoverable - Going High - Deasserted

3 03/14/2014 02:57:51 +5VSB Voltage Upper Non-Recoverable - Going High - Asserted

2 03/14/2014 02:57:51 +5VSB Voltage Upper Critical - Going High - Asserted

1 03/14/2014 02:57:50 +5VSB Voltage Upper Non-Critical - Going High - Asserted
Answer
If the issue is happening on just one node out of the four, and there is no sign of system stability issue then the power supply is working properly. The cause of the issue may be a reporting issue by the BMC which can by fixed by updating to the latest released IPMI Firmware and bios. You may also try resetting the BMC to factory default through the web interface or command line.
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FAQ ID Related Category / Keyword Date Posted Code
18313 Hardware Monitoring:
- IPMI
03/21/14 SV


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