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Dell R320 server on centos

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Is there a way on Dell R320 (two power supplies and hardware RAID-1) on centos to get a message that a power supply is failing or that one of the hardware RAID disks is failing?
Sure there is the front panel - but no-one is there ...

Is that reported to linux/centos some way? (This is my first R320)

posted May 23, 2013 by anonymous

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You can use IPMI if the machine has it. That way you get a consistent method to get many errors from the machine.

answer May 23, 2013 by anonymous
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you should certainly have a DRAC in that machine. Look for the network port
with a wrench below/above it. DRAC is similar to HP ILO or IBM MMI

answer May 23, 2013 by anonymous
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How about installing dell omsa and using check_openmanage with nagios?

answer May 23, 2013 by anonymous
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