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weird XR Fan issues

anazarenko
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Can anybody advise if it's hardware related?

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:45:23.168 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN_CLEAR : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 17)) has returned to a normal level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:46:16.884 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 17)) has reached MAJOR level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:46:43.747 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 16)) has reached MAJOR level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:47:10.609 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN_CLEAR : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 17)) has returned to a normal level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:47:37.469 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN_CLEAR : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 16)) has returned to a normal level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:48:31.187 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 16)) has reached MAJOR level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:48:58.049 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 17)) has reached MAJOR level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:49:24.914 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN_CLEAR : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 16)) has returned to a normal level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:49:51.777 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN_CLEAR : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 17)) has returned to a normal level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:50:45.492 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 17)) has reached MAJOR level.

RP/0/6/CPU0:Aug 16 16:51:12.358 : envmon_periodic[203]: %PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN : The fan array (Ps Fan(slot 16)) has reached MAJOR level.

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here you go:

RP/0/1/CPU0:ios#admin sh env fan last

Thu Aug 16 18:56:28.277 CEST

Note: prior interval measurements shown

0/24/*    host  AllFansOk      Ok

          host  FanPowerOk     Ok

          host  FanArrayOk     Ok

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Ivan Krimmel
Rising star
Rising star

Hi,

you gotta check:

admin sh env temperatures

admin sh env fan

also physical examination would be good - the air filters could got dust etc.

Cheers!

RP/0/0/CPU0:ios(admin)#sh environment fans  last

Thu Aug 16 18:47:29.110 UTC

Note: prior interval measurements shown

0/16/*    host  PowerFanOk     FAIL

          host  MainFanOk      FAIL

0/17/*    host  PowerFanOk     FAIL

          host  MainFanOk      FAIL

RP/0/0/CPU0:ios(admin)#sh environment  temperatures

Thu Aug 16 18:48:14.230 UTC

R/S/I   Modules Sensor          Temp. (deg C)

0/0/*     host  Inlet              36.5

          host  Hot                36.5

0/16/*    host  Inlet              31.0

          host  Hot                35.5

0/17/*    host  Inlet              29.5

          host  Hot                34.0

0/18/*    host  Inlet              24.0

          host  Hot                25.5

0/19/*    host  Inlet              26.5

          host  Hot                28.5

0/20/*    host  Inlet              25.0

          host  Hot                27.0

0/24/*    host  Inlet              31.0

0/26/*    host  Inlet              27.5

FAIL doesn't sound too good I must say, normally on a 12k with 4.x you should see FANs being rotating:

RP/0/5/CPU0:ios#admin sh env fan last

Thu Aug 16 12:14:51.076 CEST

Note: prior interval measurements shown

                 Fan 0       Fan 1       Fan 2

R/S/I            (rpm)       (rpm)       (rpm)

0/28/*            3036        3120        3171

I am running 3.9.1 on it.

here you go:

RP/0/1/CPU0:ios#admin sh env fan last

Thu Aug 16 18:56:28.277 CEST

Note: prior interval measurements shown

0/24/*    host  AllFansOk      Ok

          host  FanPowerOk     Ok

          host  FanArrayOk     Ok

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