The diagnostics panel provides controls, connectors, and LEDs.
|1 USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) connector
|2 USB 2.0 connector with XClarity Controller management
|3 Power button with power status LED
|4 Network activity LED (for OCP 3.0 Ethernet adapter)
|5 System ID button with system ID LED
|6 System error LED
1 USB 2.0 connector with XClarity Controller management
If the connector is set for USB 2.0 function, you can attach a device that requires a USB 2.0 connection, such as a keyboard, a mouse, or a USB storage device.
If the connector is set for XClarity Controller management function, you can attach a mobile device installed with the application to run XClarity Controller event logs.
If the connector is set to have both functions, you can press the system ID button for three seconds to switch between the two functions.
2 USB 3.2 Gen 1 connector (5Gbps)
Used to attach a device that requires a USB 2.0 or 3.2 connection, such as a keyboard, a mouse, or a USB storage device.
3 Power button with power status LED
|The server is on and running.
|Slow blinking (about one flash per second)
|The server is off and is ready to be powered on (standby state).
|Fast blinking (about four flashes per second)
|The server is off, but the XClarity Controller is initializing, and the server is not ready to be powered on.
|There is no ac power applied to the server.
4 Network activity LED
When an OCP 3.0 Ethernet adapter is installed, the network activity LED on the front I/O assembly helps you identify the network connectivity and activity.
|The server is connected to a network.
|The network is connected and active.
|The server is disconnected from the network.
5 System ID button with system ID LED
Use this system ID button and the blue system ID LED to visually locate the server. A system ID LED is also located on the rear 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.
If the XClarity Controller USB connector is set to have both the USB 2.0 function and XClarity Controller management function, you can press the system ID button for three seconds to switch between the two functions.
6 System error LED
The system error LED provides basic diagnostic functions for your server. If the system error LED is lit, one or more LEDs elsewhere in the server might also be lit to direct you to the source of the error.
|An error has been detected on the server. Causes might include but are not limited to the following errors:
|Check the event log to determine the exact cause of the error.
Alternatively, follow the light path diagnostics to determine if additional LEDs are lit that will direct you to identify the cause of the error.
|The server is off or the server is on and is working correctly.