I have a supermicro server, that stops at boot, with the message SYSTEM INITIALIZING with BA code at the right.
Most of the time, the “BA” postcode is memory-related. You can check with just 2 memory modules in slot 1A and the first memory slot on the second CPU. When your issue is gone in this setup, you can add memory 1 by 1 then you can check which DIMM module or DIMM slot gives the issue.
what is the procedure of upgrading BIOS of supermicro X10DRT-P motherboard
***** Important Notice ***** On X10 DP Grantley platforms, Supermicro introduces a jumper-free solution that places ME into the manufacturing mode. The user doesn't have to open the chassis to adjust the ME-related jumper on the motherboard any ...
supermicro ipmi default login not working
Beginning November 2019, Supermicro will begin implementing a new security feature for the BMC firmware stack on all new X10, X11, H11, H12, and all future generation Supermicro products. Supermicro will no longer use the default password “ADMIN” for ...
Server is getting Auto Shutdown
If the server gets auto shutdown frequently , then might be issue with the Server temperature[High].Kindly check the Server Environment Cooling System availability. Also ensure that the server fan air circulations are proper. Finally we have to apply ...
Server display not coming or Server not booting issue
Issue: No Display - Server Not Booting Cause: Motherboard Faulty Solution: Replace Motherboard Note: For detailed troubleshooting steps please go through the document attached.
Server Health Status showing Amber
If you see the Amber LED in the Server from indication portion,There might be the issue with Power Supply failure.Please check rear side of the server to check the Power supply status and replaced the faulty power Supply which shows the amber status.