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RH5885H V3 Server LCD V100R003 User Guide 04

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Viewing the Statuses and Alarms of Components

Viewing the Statuses and Alarms of Components

Procedure

  1. On the LCD screen, tap the Status tab.

    The Status tab is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-1.

    Figure 4-1 Status tab

    NOTE:
    • Post Code indicates the status of server port 80.
    • SN indicates the serial number of the server.

    Components are classified into different categories on the Status tab. Tap any component category to enter the component information tab and view the statuses of all components in this category.

  2. Choose a component category as required and view the status information.

    NOTE:

    The status and alarm severity for components are indicated by icons of different colors. For details, see Icon Description in Functions.

    Category

    Description

    Board

    Contains the statuses and alarms of boards and daughter cards.

    1. Tap Board.

      The Board tab is displayed.

    2. View the statuses and alarms of boards and daughter cards.

    CPU

    Contains the statuses and alarms of CPUs.

    1. Tap CPU.

      The CPU tab is displayed.

    2. View the statuses and alarms of CPUs.

    Memory

    Contains the statuses and alarms of memory.

    1. Tap Memory.

      The Memory tab is displayed.

    2. View the statuses and alarms of DIMMs.
    3. The memory card MemRiser1 is used as an example. When you tap MemRiser1, the MemRiser1 tab is displayed.
    4. View the statuses and alarms of each DIMM on the memory card.

    HDD

    Contains the statuses and alarms of hard disks.

    1. Tap HDD.

      The HDD tab is displayed.

    2. View the statuses and alarms of hard disks.

    PS

    Contains the statuses and alarms of power supply units (PSUs).

    1. Tap PS.

      The PS tab is displayed.

    2. View the statuses and alarms of PSUs.

    FAN

    Contains the statuses and alarms of fans.

    1. Tap FAN.

      The FAN tab is displayed.

    2. View the statuses and alarms of fans.

    RAID controller card

    Contains the statuses and alarms of Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) controller cards.

    1. Tap RAID Card.

      The RAID Card tab is displayed.

    2. View the statuses and alarms of RAID controller cards.

    PCIe

    Contains the statuses and alarms of PCIe cards.

    1. Tap PCIe.

      The PCIe tab is displayed.

    2. View the statuses and alarms of PCIe cards.

    TEMP

    Contains the temperatures of each server component.

    1. Tap TEMP.

      The TEMP tab is displayed.

    2. View the alarms for the temperature status of each server component.

      If the component temperature is normal, the following message is displayed on the TEMP tab:

    Device in health state.
    NOTE:

    Tap > to expand the information area to view details about the alarm.

    VRD

    Contains the voltage alarms of the mainboard, hard disk backplane, riser cards, memory card, and real-time clock (RTC) battery.

    1. Tap VRD.

      The VRD tab is displayed.

      NOTE:

      VRD is an abbreviation for Voltage Regulator Down.

    2. View the voltage alarms of the components.

      If the component voltage is normal, the following message is displayed on the VRD tab:

    Device in health state.
    NOTE:

    Tap > to expand the information area to view details about the alarm.

    Link

    Contain the connection statuses of internal cables in the server.

    1. Tap Link.

      The Link tab is displayed.

    2. View the connection statuses of the cables.

      If the cables are connected properly, the following message is displayed on the Link tab:

    Device in health state.
    NOTE:

    Tap > to expand the information area to view details about the alarm.

    Others

    Contains alarms of other components.

    1. Tap Others.

      The Others tab is displayed.

    2. View alarms of other components.

      If the components are operating properly, the following message is displayed on the Others tab:

    Device in health state.
    NOTE:

    Tap > to expand the information area to view details about the alarm.

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