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ML350 GEN9
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and older

Hello i have a client that owns a Proliant ML350 gen9, it was working just fine without any issue.  Two weeks agos the speed of the fans started to spike from  25% to 80%.  The CPU temp is "cool" at about 40c,  the server is not dirty nor dusty.

We have updated the Bios to "2.74_07-21-2019"  yet the issue remains.

I did a quick search in this forums and i found a suggestion:

 

"

1. From the System Utilities screen, select System Configuration>BIOS/Platform Configuration (RBSU)>Advanced Options>Fan and Thermal Options>Thermal Configuration and press Enter.
2. Select a setting and press Enter.
a. Optimal Cooling
—Provides the most efficient solution by configuring fan speeds to the minimum required to provide adequate cooling.
3. Press F10."
 
Yet the fans still spikes to 80%
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HP Recommended

Hi:

 

HP split into two companies a few years ago.

 

HP supports PC's printers, tablets and calculators.

 

HP Enterprise (HPE) supports servers, switches, routers and tape drives.

 

You may also want to post your question on the HPE Community support forum -- ProLiant servers section...

 

https://community.hpe.com/t5/ProLiant-Servers-ML-DL-SL/bd-p/itrc-264#.Xg-dYEBFzGg

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HP Recommended

Hi:

 

HP split into two companies a few years ago.

 

HP supports PC's printers, tablets and calculators.

 

HP Enterprise (HPE) supports servers, switches, routers and tape drives.

 

You may also want to post your question on the HPE Community support forum -- ProLiant servers section...

 

https://community.hpe.com/t5/ProLiant-Servers-ML-DL-SL/bd-p/itrc-264#.Xg-dYEBFzGg

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