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Lenovo S3200 Setup Manual: Isolating A Host-side Connection Fault; Host-side Connection Troubleshooting Featuring Cnc Ports; Host-side Connection Troubleshooting Featuring Sas Host Ports; Isolating A Controller Module Expansion Port Connection Fault

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Yes, at a blink 1:1 rate - 1 Hz, and the controller
does not boot.
Yes, at a blink 1:1 rate - 1 Hz, and the controller
boots.
Table 17 Diagnostics LED status: Rear panel "Cache Status" (Continued)
NOTE: See also

Isolating a host-side connection fault

For additional information, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage
Products.

Host-side connection troubleshooting featuring CNC ports

For additional information, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage
Products.

Host-side connection troubleshooting featuring SAS host ports

For additional information, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage
Products.

Isolating a controller module expansion port connection fault

For additional information, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage
Products.

Resolving voltage and temperature warnings

1. Check that all of the fans are working by making sure the Voltage/Fan Fault/Service Required LED on
each power supply module is off, or by using the SMC to check enclosure health status.
In the lower corner of the footer, overall health status of the enclosure is indicated by a health status
icon. For more information, point to the System tab and select View System to see the System panel.
You can select Front, Rear, and Table views on the System panel. If you hover over a component, its
associated metadata and health status displays onscreen.
See
Options available for performing basic steps
and alternatives for monitoring enclosure health.
2. Make sure that all modules are fully seated in their slots and that their latches are locked.
3. Make sure that no slots are left open for more than two minutes.
If you need to replace a module, leave the old module in place until you have the replacement or use a
blank module to fill the slot. Leaving a slot open negatively affects the airflow and can cause the
enclosure to overheat.
4. Try replacing each power supply one at a time.
5. Replace the controller modules one at a time.
6. Replace SFPs one at a time.
Cache Status LED details
Actions
You may need to replace the controller module.
The system is in self-refresh mode. If the problem persists, replace
the controller module.
on page 69.
on page 46 for a description of health status icons
Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide
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