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Old 4006 power question

I have an old 4006 running catOS, I was playing with the power redundancy and noticed the following....

If I pull the power from  PS-1, and do a "show env pow", I see a fault alarm on PS1 (as expected) bu also a fan alarm on ps-3, but the fan on PS3 is OK.

If I reconnect PS-1, the PS1 fault alarm clears and the PS3 fan alarm clears.

Has anyone seen this before?

I'd appreciate any pointers.

Chris

Console> (enable) show env pow

PS1-Type          PS2-Type          PS3-Type
----------------- ----------------- -----------------
WS-X4008          WS-X4008          WS-X4008

PS1-Status PS2-Status PS3-Status PEM Installed PEM Powered
---------- ---------- ---------- ------------- -----------
ok         ok         ok         no           no

Power Budget is : 2 supplies

                    Total (Watts) Drawn (Watts) Remain (Watts)
                    ------------- ------------- --------------
System Power ( 12V)           750           460           290
Inline Power ( 51V)             0             0             0

Configured Default Inline Power allocation per port: 15.400 Watts (0.301 Amps)


Console> (enable)
Console> (enable) 2010 Jul 06 23:03:43 %SYS-2-PS_FAIL:

Power supply 1 failed

Console> (enable) show env pow

PS1-Type          PS2-Type          PS3-Type
----------------- ----------------- -----------------
WS-X4008          WS-X4008          WS-X4008

PS1-Status PS2-Status PS3-Status PEM Installed PEM Powered
---------- ---------- ---------- ------------- -----------
faulty     ok         ok         no           no

Power Budget is : 2 supplies

                    Total (Watts) Drawn (Watts) Remain (Watts)
                    ------------- ------------- --------------
System Power ( 12V)           750           460           290
Inline Power ( 51V)             0             0             0

Configured Default Inline Power allocation per port: 15.400 Watts (0.301 Amps)


Console> (enable) show env pow2010 Jul 06 23:03:58 %SYS-2-PS_NFANFAIL:

Power supply 1 failed or was turned off


show env pow

PS1-Type          PS2-Type          PS3-Type
----------------- ----------------- -----------------
WS-X4008          WS-X4008          WS-X4008

PS1-Status PS2-Status PS3-Status PEM Installed PEM Powered
---------- ---------- ---------- ------------- -----------
faulty     ok         fan failed no           no

Power Budget is : 2 supplies

                    Total (Watts) Drawn (Watts) Remain (Watts)
                    ------------- ------------- --------------
System Power ( 12V)           750           460           290
Inline Power ( 51V)             0             0             0

Configured Default Inline Power allocation per port: 15.400 Watts (0.301 Amps)


Console> (enable) 2010 Jul 06 23:04:14 %SYS-2-PS_FAIL:Power supply 1 failed


2010 Jul 06 23:04:19 %SYS-2-PS_OK:Power supply 1 okay


show env pow

PS1-Type          PS2-Type          PS3-Type
----------------- ----------------- -----------------
WS-X4008          WS-X4008          WS-X4008

PS1-Status PS2-Status PS3-Status PEM Installed PEM Powered
---------- ---------- ---------- ------------- -----------
ok         ok         ok         no           no

Power Budget is : 2 supplies

                    Total (Watts) Drawn (Watts) Remain (Watts)
                    ------------- ------------- --------------
System Power ( 12V)           750           460           290
Inline Power ( 51V)             0             0             0

Configured Default Inline Power allocation per port: 15.400 Watts (0.301 Amps)


Console> (enable)

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New Member

Re: Old 4006 power question

Fixed, it was the software.

I rolled back to an older image and the problem disapeared.

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