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I have an urgent request for the Barebone SYS-6017R-N3RF4+. Is there a utility support in Linux OS that could light up the drive LED on the front drives identification?
I have two X9DRI-F that constantly show the warning light in front "i" information LED. Both board boot up just fine, can access BIOS and IPMI and load windows,but the warning light is constantly on.
Bios is 3.0a; Ipmi: 3.15; The chassis we were using are SC836E26 and SC745TQ Chassis. I have checked the IPMI logs and there is no entries listed except for Chassis intrusion. I have also reset IPMI and reset to Factory defaults, but does fix the problem.
The solid LED on the backplane doesn't turn on when I connect my SATA3 hard drive to my SC833T-653B chassis.
I purchased a Supermicro X9DRD-7LN4F-JBOD, all on-board NIC’S ports are working correctly. But the NIC’S LED yellow (Activity) and red (orange) link. Shouldn’t the Link LED should be amber LED when it connects to Gigabit connection?
Why does your SGPIO have 3 pins only while the spec is 4 pins on X9DBL-3F?
When using SAS3 RAID controllers (3008, 3108) with the CBL-SAST-0556 miniSAS HD to 4 SATA with sideband cable connecting to TQ direct connect backplanes, the drive locate LED does not function.
When I was trying to run megacli command PDlocate to blink the LED on SATA hard drive tray in SYS-F617R2-R72+, I found the status/fail LED is not blinking, and the activity blue LED is solid on instead. Is it a bug and how should I fix it?
What is the meaning of LE6 on X10SLM+-F?
We are installing a new X9SAE motherboard. Where do we plug in the SATA drive activity LED cables?
I saw C7Z87 has CATERR_LED on the manual, but it does not have description for it. What is it for?
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