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x3650 and IMM availability

x3650 and IMM availability

x3650 and IMM availability

(OP)
Hi,


I am new to this forum, so I would like to take the oopportunity to say a big HELLO to everyone!


I have enherited a small datacenter with 2 x3650 M4s.
One of them has a faulty PSU (LED lights), and I am wondering why no info was given.
I do not know whether the system has an IMM, but I would like to setup the system to recieve either mail (or otherwise) info when errors occurs on the servers HW.

Therefore:

Is it possible to check whether a x3650 have an IMM installed - or will I have to shut the server down and open it?


best regards,


Ken

RE: x3650 and IMM availability

I would start with the documentation from IBM or Lenovo...Start on page 139 in This book. And yes it has an IMM2.

RE: x3650 and IMM availability

(OP)
Hi rclark 250,


Many thanks for your answer.

The doc I already had, but I didnĀ“t know about the IMM.
My predecessor have apparantly not configured this - god knows why not ......

I will configure this ...

Again thanks for for your info!



best regards,

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