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Brocade switch reporting high temperature and "overheating"

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Applies to

Brocade G620

Issue

One of the temperature sensors reports a high value

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  • Verified sensor status

/fabos/cliexec/sensorshow:
sensor  1: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 39 C
sensor  2: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 48 C
sensor  3: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 44 C
sensor  4: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 42 C
sensor  5: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 42 C
sensor  6: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 37 C
sensor  7: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 63 C
sensor  8: (Fan        ) is Ok,speed is 8141 RPM
sensor  9: (Fan        ) is Ok,speed is 8239 RPM
sensor 10: (Power Supply) is Faulty
sensor 11: (Power Supply) is Ok

  • The average temperature value of all the active sensors (in the above example all 7) should be averaged out

 

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