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"Incorrect BIOS setting" warnings related to CPU after adding H610S node into an Element cluster

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Applies to

  • H610S
  • Element versions 12.2 and lower

Issue

After adding an H610S node into a cluster, one of the following "Incorrect BIOS setting" warnings is logged:

  • CPU_MODEL_01 should be == Intel (R) Xeon (R) Gold 5120 CPU 2.20GHz but is Intel (R) Xeon (R) Gold 5120T CPU @ 2.20GHz
  • CPU_MODEL_01 should be == Intel (R) Xeon (R) Gold 5120 CPU 2.20GHz but is Intel (R) Xeon (R) Silver 4126 CPU @ 2.10GHz

The following faults may also be logged:

  • CPU_THREADS_01 should be == 28 but is 32
  • CPU_CORES_ENABLED_01 should be == 14 but is 16
  • CPU_CORES_01 should be == 14 but is 16
  • CPU_THREADS_00 should be == 28 but is 32
  • CPU_CORES_ENABLED_00 should be == 14 but is 16
  • CPU_CORES_00 should be == 14 but is 16

Note that depending on the version of Element, the above mentioned warnings may be logged under error code nodeHardwareFault  or hardwareConfigMismatch.

 

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