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I need to find out what my Dell 2950 error I1912 Sel Full is ?
I just see I need to clear the system event log, I cleared the Windows 2008 sytem log so I am not sure what other log nees to be clearred.
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SEL is the System Event Logs - the Hardware Logs (or ESM Logs - Embedded Server Management) ... it can be cleared from the CTRL-E prompt during POST, from OMSA (OpenManage Server Administrator) in the OS, or through the DRAC.

Most likely means you have a bad memory DIMM.  Does the LCD have a memory SBE error?  What OS is installed?  Do you have OMSA installed?
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by:Vijay Pratap Singh
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Its server hardware logs clear it use this help article:

http://lifeofageekadmin.com/clearing-dell-logs/
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I use Dset tool. Lets you clear without interrupting service. Much easier than other stuff.
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"Much easier than other stuff."

I disagree.  Although DSET can also be used, it doesn't get any easier than hitting "Clear Log" in OMSA (if it is installed), and even if it's not installed, installing it is as easy as installing/running DSET.
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Dset is much smaller and doesn't run all the time like OMSA. But yeh if it's on there it's easy way to go.
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"doesn't run all the time like OMSA"

True, but today's hardware can take what few resources the DSM services use, plus, not using it has a price too - no hardware monitoring/interaction available.
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