yes, a fan failure is logged on the hmc, at least on my 520 it does.

Best Regards,


On Sun, Mar 18, 2012 at 9:13 PM, Sam_L <lennon_s_j@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm wondering if critical messages (like this one) are also noticed by
the HMC and forwarded on by it.  Does the attention light get turned on
in situations like this?

Sam

On 3/18/2012 12:57 PM, CRPence wrote:
On 17-Mar-2012 15:01 , frank kolmann wrote:
The following is not a request it is a fyi.
If you knew this already, my apologies.

Sharing experiences can often be valuable... esp. of difficulties
encountered, because there is a good chance others might stumble there
as well. I just wish I had that /heads up/ way back when; long, long
ago. I am sure that others may [if only eventually] appreciate your
comments as an admonishment. So although not helpful to me... Thanks,
and IMO, certainly no apologies necessary.

I added my experience and my resolution, FWiW; following the
quoted\replied-to message.

Also some may reply why did I not read the manual, well I did, But
my understanding was completely different to what is implied QSYSMSG
does.

Are you under the impression that QSYSMSG gets all CRITICAL messages.
It is not so. The ONLY messages sent to QSYSMSG is what is listed in
an IBM manual. This makes QSYSMSG as useful as the proverbial .....

We set up a monitor on QSYSMSG think Ah Ha the Critical messages are
now monitored. But <<SNIP what seems s /critical/ issue\condition,
msgCPPEA56 and doc reference; though here is the corrected URL:>>
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v7r1m0/topic/rbam6/msmqu.htm

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