I have a S2400GP2 mother board in a P4308xxMHEN chassis. The board is configured with dual E5-2430 CPUs. The two system fans in chassis run at 100% all the time (it's very loud).
Using the Active System Console, the fan section shows "No sensors found."
The fans are plugged into the SysFan 1 and SysFan2 headers. Am I missing a setting to get the motherboard to recognize the fans?
Thanks for your reply. I updated with the latest BIOS/firmware package (12/10/2012 - version 01.06.0002), but the fans still run constantly.
The firmware update says it was successful, however the sysinfo utility shows:
BIOS Version....... SE5C600.86B.01.06.0002
BMC Firmware Version:
Op Code....... 01.16
Boot Code.............. 01.14
ME Firmware Version:
Boot Code: 02.01.05.107
SDR version: SDR Package D.09
The Firmware package says that the FDUSDR should be 1.05. I've tried re-flashing, but the SDR version does not change. Is this correct or is there a way I can correct this?
Also, what sorts of errors should I look for in the SEL that might pertain to this. I did notice that there is nothing listed for the Chassis model number and serial number in the BIOS and in the sysinfo report.
Thanks for your help,
Chassi p/n and serial are vendor-informed data that you provide when you update FRU data.
As for the fans not detecting, run FRUSDR and update SDR data with all fans connected and the chassis intrusion sensor closed, see if it helps.