I will advise you to update the bios, bmc and sdr firmware to the latest one using a USB Dos Bootable Pen Drive.
How to make a Bootable USB: http://gocoding.com/page.php?al=bootflashdos
Please read the read me how to update the bios and bmc.
- Copy all system update files to a bootable USB Disk-on-key device
- Verify processor(s) and memory DIMMs are installed in the system
- Plug in AC power cord
- Wait until Status LED stops blinking red/green (~30 seconds)
- Insert bootable USB Disk-on-Key into USB Port (Front or Rear)
- Power on system using "Power" button on Control Panel
At a DOS prompt update to BMC Firmware by running BMC65.BAT batch file
At a DOS prompt, Update the FRUSDR data by running the FSL48.BAT batch file.
At a DOS prompt, update the system BIOS by running BIOS98.BAT batch file.
Other than this, next steps will be to verify the sel log using the System Event Log Viewer and verify the release notes of the firmware if there is anything mentionned.
Hope these are useful, Let us know how it goes.If not fixed, post the sel log here.
I will try that but I have read all bios information on S5000PAL_DOS_Package_98_65_48.zip (bios,fal, bmc) but nothing is related with my situation.
By the way is there a way to remotely turn amber to green on the front of the board? ( a command tool or with ipmi). By the way above messages that I have sent was already taken from SEL (using ipmitool sel elist)
I dont think there is any tool that can turn amber light to green. The status led is an indicator that helps you to know that there is something with the integration like hardware failure, fan headers wrongly connected, system fan running at high speed etc.
Anyway, you can check with Edward and Kamalanathan.
All the best,
The amber LED will go green, once there are no more errors in the SEL.
Re-running the FRU just ensures that the board has the correct expectations for the baseboard voltage (the errors you're seeing).
If you've re-run the latest package, and the error persists in the SEL, you may have to look at why your power supply isn't providing enough