[rescue] seaking of SGI's - IP25 woes
koehler at shaw.ca
Thu Mar 18 15:35:36 CST 2004
All good suggestions. I dont have the machine in front of me right now, but it dies with something like "Cannot find slice 3 on IP25 in slot 9. Removing CPU xx. System halted" and IRIX grinds to a halt, but restarts just fine. I should mention that this is a fairly loaded machine (32xR10000) and generates a lot of heat. Keeps my basement warm in the winter. Replacing the IP25 board is the easiest, but also the most expensive option. Funny how that works. Ill get the exact messages, check the logs, etc, and repost.
Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Home of the SART Observatory
----- Original Message -----
From: Dan Duncan <dand at pcisys.net>
Date: Thursday, March 18, 2004 3:03 pm
Subject: Re: [rescue] seaking of SGI's - IP25 woes
> On Thu, 18 Mar 2004, Geoff Koehler wrote:
> > on, one of the CPU's dies. I've taken out the board and looked
> at it,
> > but it doesnt "look" any different. The heatsink on the CPU in
> question> does not seem loose or unseated. It stikes me as a heat-
> related> failure, but Ive moved it to a different slot and it
> doesnt make any
> Could the cpu not be making good thermal contact with the heatsink?
> If it can be taken off, maybe reapply some heatsink grease?
> # Dan Duncan (kd4igw) dand at pcisys.net http://pcisys.net/~dand
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