customer reported that the fan noise of the RH8100 V3 server was loud while the
health status indicator of the device was normal.
BMC logs. No BMC hardware alarm was reported.
the sensor information, which shows that fan modules 1, 2, and 3 run much
faster than fan modules 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. The speeds of fan modules 1, 2, and
3 are adjusted depending on the temperature of the air intake vent of the FMs.
However, the temperature is 18 °C, below the threshold.
the operation logs, which show that the FMs (compute modules, memory boards,
and FIO modules) are removed and then installed in the standby state after the server
is manually powered off. The RH8100 V3 server does not allow the FMs to be
removed and installed in the standby state. As a result, the fan speeds are
FMs (compute modules, memory boards, and FIO modules) are removed and then
installed when the server is in the standby state. As a result, the fan speeds
off the server and disconnect the power cables. After the indicators on the
front panel are off, connect the power cables. Then the BMC will adjust the fan
speeds based on the environment temperature and hardware status.
not hot swap servers or components that do not support hot swap.