system auxiliary power redundancy operationally = non-redundant
system primary connector power limit = 10920.00 Watts (260.00 Amps @ 42V)
system auxiliary connector power limit = 10500.00 Watts (250.00 Amps @ 42V)
system primary power used = 2504.46 Watts (59.63 Amps @ 42V)
system auxiliary power used = 0 Watt
Our question is, what is expected to happen if for example, PS1 on SWITCH 1 (WS-CAC-6000W) fails. Is it a possible scenario that under the current configuration, that the other redundant PS2 on SWITCH1 will fail to deliver enough power to the modules on the the switch, causing a failover?
I have not tested this but yes it should fail to bring most of the modules.
When running in Redundant Mode, each power supply provides approximately 50% of its capacity to the chassis. In the event of a failure, the unaffected power supply will then provide 100% of its capacity and an alert will be generated. As there was enough to power the chassis ahead of time, there is no interruption to service in this configuration. This is also the default and recommended way to configure power supplies
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