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Entry  Mon Jul 10 09:49:02 2017, gautam, Update, General, All FEs down CDS_down_10Jul2017.png
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Message ID: 13104     Entry time: Mon Jul 10 11:20:20 2017     In reply to: 13103     Reply to this: 13106
Author: gautam 
Type: Update 
Category: General 
Subject: All FEs down 

I am unable to get FB to reboot to a working state. A hard reboot throws it into a loop of "Media Test Failure. Check Cable".

Jetstor RAID array is complaining about some power issues, the LCD display on the front reads "H/W Monitor", with the lower line cycling through "Power#1 Failed", "Power#2 Failed", and "UPS error". Going to 192.168.113.119 on a martian machine browser and looking at the "Hardware information" confirms that System Power #1 and #2 are "Failed", and that the UPS status is "AC power loss". So far I've been unable to find anything on the elog about how to handle this problem, I'll keep looking.


In fact, looks like this sort of problem has happened in the past. It seems one power supply failed back then, but now somehow two are down (but there is a third which is why the unit functions at all). The linked elog thread strongly advises against any sort of power cycling. 

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