This message indicates that the measured PoE is at least 50 w higher than the configured value. The switch has either misconfigured PoE or an unauthorized powered device that is connected to the switch and is drawing a lot of PoE.
Out put for the commands sh power details and sh module all are attached.
The switch has no PoE devices on the specific blade.
since this is the case, perhaps you should look at the blade(s) as possible culprits at well.
are these errors appearing regularly or is this just the one instance you've seen these?
are your module(s) resetting due to these power issues? i see blade six came online and i'm wondering if you just inserted it or if it was online, then went offline and back online again.
if you can, remove blade six and see what type of symptoms and/or error messages you get. if you regularly see the errors and then they stop when you remove blade six, have the blade checked out or replaced for a test.
it seems you do have a power issue as your 'efficiency' is at 89; should be 100 in this case. (this with such little draw?)
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