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Disk shelf DS460C is reporting UNDER-TEMPERATURE (UT) warning alerts

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DS460C Storage shelf


Disk shelf DS460C reports UT WARNING alerts and after a while the warning gets auto corrected
Fri Jan 14 12:16:38 KST [node: dsa_worker0: ses.status.temperatureWarning:alert]: DS460-12 (S/N XXXXXX)
shelf 20 on channel 0b temperature warning for Temperature sensor 2: non-critical status. 
Current temperature: 9 C (48 F). This module is on the rear of the shelf at the top middle inside of the PSU 1 inlet.
Fri Jan 14 12:16:47 KST [node: statd: monitor.shelf.warning:error]: Fault reported on disk 
storage shelf attached to channel 0b. Check fans, power supplies, disks, and temperature sensors.
Fri Jan 14 12:16:47 KST [node: statd: callhome.shlf.fault:error]: Call home for SHELF_FAULT
Temperature Sensors:
Element Status         Status Bytes  Status Descriptions
  1: OK                01,00,2A,00   
  2: NONCRITICAL       03,00,1D,01   UT WARNING
  3: OK                01,00,35,00   
  4: OK                01,00,32,00   
  5: OK                01,00,2B,00   
  6: OK                01,00,34,00   
  7: OK                01,00,31,00   
  8: OK                01,00,35,00   
  9: OK                01,00,33,00   

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