I am getting this fan speed , is that abnormal :
Fan speed (rpm) and run time (in hours) :
FAN0 FAN1 FAN2 FAN3 FAN4 FAN5
12960 12600 12300 12330 12570 11850
0/FT0/* (Run Time)
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
12960 12990 0 13050 13020 0
0/FT1/* (Run Time)
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
When you have 1 fan not spinning its good to pull the fantray out, check if the fan is spinning or not (will continue for 10 or 30s normally and if failed may spin a little due to the other fans or not at all). If the fan is not spinning then we can try reinserting the fantray to see if it spins up or an RMA might be needed.
System automatically adjusting the speed of individual FANs if some fail to provide adequate cooling.
Please proceed with fan tray 2 reseat as Sam suggested to see if all fans will start working. If not - RMA this fan tray.
One question is whether this is a new install, or if this chassis has been running for a while with lower fan speeds, and then this is a new issue.
If this has been in place with lower fan speeds, then it sounds like a fan tray issue.
If this is a new install, and the fans appear to run high, you can check your altitude setting:
admin show environment altitude
The default is 1800m. The altitude setting adjusts the fan speeds to compensate for air density issues at higher altitudes. It can be adjusted through the "admin" configuration console.
It also might be worth reviewing this post on a 9922 that was experiencing high card temperatures:
Have you checked the fan trays for fans not spinning, as Sam suggested?
This is new installation . Looks like the fan tray issue. We change the fan tray, and the speed is now at :
Fan speed (rpm) and run time (in hours) : FAN0 FAN1 FAN2 FAN3 FAN4 FAN5 0/FT0/* (Speed) 8340 8310 8280 8280 8400 8310 0/FT0/* (Run Time) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0/FT1/* (Speed) 8370 8310 8280 8280 8370 8370 0/FT1/* (Run Time) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Environment Temperature now is :
0/RSP0/* host die_CPU 34.0 host die_FabArbiter0 45.0 host die_FabArbiter1 47.0 host die_FIA 44.0 host die_FabSwitch0 45.0 host die_FabSwitch1 45.0 host temp_u275 28.0 host temp_u276 37.7 host temp_u278 39.6 host temp_u277 35.5 host temp_u279 40.5 host temp_u280 52.4 host temp_u281 39.5 host temp_u282 53.9 host Inlet0 28.0 host Hotspot0 37.7 0/0/* host die_NP0 67.0 host die_NP1 64.0 host die_NP2 61.5 host die_NP3 53.0 host die_NP4 60.0 host die_NP5 60.0 host die_NP6 65.0 host die_NP7 63.5 host die_FIA0 53.5 host die_FIA1 51.0 host die_FIA2 58.5 host die_FIA3 59.0 host die_FabSwitch 60.0 host db_np_0 55.8 host db_np_1 52.6 host db_skt_0 48.5 host db_inlet 41.8 host bb_inlet 35.8 host bb_hotspot_0 50.2 host bb_exhoust_0 57.6 host bb_exhoust_1 49.8 host bb_hotspot_1 46.1 host Inlet0 35.8 host Hotspot0 50.2
It shall be normal right .
That does look a lot better.
Here is the datasheet list for the ASR 9000. The datasheets relative to your hardware will give you the nominal operating temperatures.