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    Maintaining the JATP700 Power Supply

    The JATP700 appliances ship with redundant AC power supply modules. If one power supply fails, the second power supply takes over for the entire power load.

    Note: The JATP700 appliance also supports optional DC power supply modules if you need DC power.

    To maintain the power supplies, follow these guidelines:

    • Ensure that the power and grounding cables for DC power supplies are arranged so that they do not obstruct access to other components.
    • Routinely check the power LED on the power supply module. If the LED status is green, the power supply is functioning normally.
    • Periodically inspect the site to ensure that the power cables connected to the JATP700 appliance are securely in place and moisture is not accumulating near the appliance.

    To monitor the power supply modules, execute the following commands:

    • To enable IPMI and boot, use # chkconfig ipmi on
    • To start IPMI service, use service ipmi start
    • To load IPMI driver, use modprobe ipmi_devintf

      For example, the following load driver is displayed:

      [user@host ~]# lsmod |grep ipmi
      ipmi_devintf 7729 Ø

    • For the IPMI hardware status, use # ipmitool sdr

    Modified: 2018-02-06