System board LEDs
The illustration in this section shows the LEDs on the system board.
|1 System error LED||2 System ID LED|
|3 DIMM error LEDs (32)||4 Fan error LEDs (8)|
|5 FPGA error LED||6 FPGA heartbeat LED|
|7 FPGA power LED||8 XCC heartbeat LED|
1 System error LED
When this yellow LED is lit, one or more LEDs elsewhere in the server might also be lit to direct you to the source of the error. For more information, see Rear view LEDs.
2 System ID LED
The blue system ID LED helps you visually locate the server. A system ID LED is also located on the front of the server. Each time you press the system ID button, the state of both the system ID LEDs changes. The LEDs can be changed to on, blinking, or off.
3 DIMM error LEDs
When a DIMM error LED is lit, it indicates that the corresponding memory module has failed.
4 Fan error LEDs
When a fan error LED is lit, it indicates that the corresponding system fan is operating slowly or has failed.
5 FPGA error LED
|On||Green||FPGA running image is test build image.|
|Off||None||No power faults occur.|
6 FPGA heartbeat LED
|On or Off||Green||FPGA does not work.|
|Blinking||Green||FPGA works normally.|
7 FPGA power LED
|On||Green||The FPGA power is on.|
8 XCC heartbeat LED
|On||Green||The XCC is not alive.|
|Blinking||Green||The XCC is alive.|
|Off||None||The XCC is not alive.|