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Consumption current is greater than the upper critical threshold.

Got the following message from one of our Dell Server:

The system board Consumption current is greater than the upper warning threshold.
The system board Consumption current is greater than the upper critical threshold.

Server returned a The system board Consumption current is within range. a few seconds later.

Review of Dell's site makes it sound like a possible power supply failure. Have only seen this once. Thoughts on true severity of this problem?
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John

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Shaun Vermaak

How many power supplies in the server?
John

Power Supply should be replaced.
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