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Re: Ambient Temperature Shutdown



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FYI only... Some reference information:

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/systems/topic/iphdx/sa76-0089.pdf
Various Ambient Temperature SRC listed.
"11007203 Ambient temperature exceeded limit
Servicer Response:
The system will shut down in 15 minutes. Follow
instructions for the items listed in the FRU List."

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/systems/topic/areb7/ambtemp.htm
"Is the room temperature less than 35 degrees C or 95 degrees F?"

Regards, Chuck

ChadB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
One additional question... does anyone know what ambient temperature
level triggers the message?

Looking for some more advice or past experiences here...

We had an cooling related event sometime over the weekend and things finally got hot enough for our development box early yesterday
morning. It threw two CPPEA5A messages to QSYSOPR before shutting
down suddenly (messages sent at 6:47 and then 7:04). Behind the
scenes, it was logging a 11007203 SRC code, which means that the
ambient temp is too high and shutdown will occur in 15 minutes. The
system was down before 15 minutes elapsed after the second message,
though.

In conjunction with the first CPPEA5A and 11007203 messages, the
system also threw a CPF1816 about the utility power failing. Our UPS
is in a different room unaffected by the system room cooling, etc.

We are monitoring and notifying pagers for the utility power failed/restored/etc. type events, but the ambient temp message is a
new concern. What i'm wondering is, when a CPPEA5A occurs, is the
CPF1816 utility power message always sent also? There was really no
other explanation for the CPF1816 unless it was 'triggered' by the
CPPEA5A...

The system handled things well coming back up and threw one more
warning 11007201 message before issuing the 11007202 that things were
back within normal ambient temp range, but it has been a pretty messy
morning.

Is anyone more familiar with the ambient temperature based events?
Is anyone monitoring for such events?





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