I don't think it's necessary to apply the firmware to the chassis again. If you go to the Firmware page, what's the status of the new server? Also you may want to update to FW 6.5.
thanks for your quick answer. You are right, I do not have to apply the firmware to the chassis again.
Speaking to our reseller this morning we noticed, that the new compute module is a MFS5520VIBR (not MFS5520VI as I wrote down). According to that I am applying firmware 6.1 (6.5 is not tested by our reseller yet) at the moment. I will post the result later on.
Hi, I have similar problem.... My SB5000.86B.10.10.0048 won't update to 22.214.171.12400317.20104 and I can't back to older firmware
Any ideas ???? :/
Do you mean your CMM firmware is already 126.96.36.19900317.20104 but your MFS5000SI BIOS version is still SB5000.86B.10.10.0048? What happens when you power on the MFS5000SI? Connect a monitor to see the output if possible, but don't press any key until the update completes... Also, grab a screenshot of the firmware page as well as the system diagnostic file would help...
It seems the MFS5000SI failed POST... If possible please check if CPU and memory works on a known good server... Also check the events and see if there're any errors related.
Has the compute module ever worked before? Or you just encounter this after applying the new firmware?
First the date/time seems not set correctly on your CMM. The latest log I saw is 3/27/2010.
Now for Server 2, it seems that it was removed from the chassis during the process of BMC update, which may cause BMC corruption:
199 2010-03-25 16:14:26 BMC Firmware Update Started Server 2 Info System Firmware Update Started: BMC BMC Firmware Update Started 3408 System Array ( [entity] => BMC ) 202 2010-03-25 16:16:44 Server 2 removed Server 2 Info IPMI A server was removed from server slot 2. Server removed Replace the Server Server 2 removed 1000 System Array ( [number] => 2 ) s:68:"Raw IPMI (hex): Gen:2000 Num:60 Type:c0 EDir:ef ED1:04 ED2:ff ED3:ff";
There are also FRB2 watchdog and processor error logged on Server 2. It may relate to the board, BIOS or CPU.
Then after an insertion of Server 2 at CMM timestamp 2010-03-26 16:46:27, Server 2 started generating "Component Unfit" error.
Please set correct date/time on the CMM and reboot. Once the CMM is up and running, insert Server 2 and see what happens. If you still get the "Component Unfit" error, try the jumpers one at a time: CMOS CLR, BMC Force Update, BIOS Bank Select. Move only one jumper and leave the others in default position.
If issue can't be resolved then you may need to get the server replaced.