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Mornng all, i keep getting a message after the system boots. All is well for 1 min then i get the following message 'a system reboot has been initaited by the management processor' any ideas?

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) earned 125 total points
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This could be a problem with the IPMI driver.

I would update ALL firmware using the latest HP Firmware DVD.
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- iLO Firmware first - then ROMPAQ the servers BIOS itself :)
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please can you confirm what type of hardware your using I have seen something from hp regarding that which suggests a bios update
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It happened after a HP engineer repalaced the motherboard on friday. Its a HP Dl370 G6, although its now showing on the console screen ML
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Normally, our HP Engineers, make sure that the motherboard is left with the same running firmwares as the original failed unit.

Update ALL Firmwares from the Firmwares DVD.
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typically he didnt leave a disk.
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well its still under warranty isn't get back to hp the system is not running properly
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upgraded to esx 4.1 fixed the issue
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