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Hi

Has anybody faced anything similar about the warnings attached? Unfortunately the server is in a remote location and i cannot access it physically. The server rebooted with core dumb ESX screen. The server is a Lenovo x3650 M5.

Shall i assume that the warnings have to do with the raid controller card? I cant find anything related in the internet.

Thanks
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Is it possible to see what the errors actually are. If you can click the arrow and expand the message text that might shed some light on a very ambiguous request.

A error on a raid controller could mean the controller is faulty, say flat cache battery.
A error with a disk. say your raid array is degraded

very very ambiguous.
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You need to look at the diagnostics on the server, and maybe configure IMM as per this link

https://akbaraji.wordpress.com/2012/10/07/setup-alert-in-imm-integrated-management-module-for-ibm-server-x3650-m3/

PSOD are generally caused by failed hardware, outdated firmware, we would recommend checking and upgrading all firmwares.
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Do you require any further assistance from Experts, to close and select an Answer in this question?

Otherwise I will close it.

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We eventually replaced the server
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Many thanks
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