[Beowulf] Tips for diagnosing intermittent problems on a small cluster
Peter St. John
peter.st.john at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 09:23:35 PST 2007
I understood that sometimes the voltage from a fatigued (?),
overheated (?) PS may fail the mobo's bootup requirements (which can
be stricter re: voltage variations than running requirements) so
sometimes a PS has to cool down before the PC will reboot. So
particularly, sometimes a PC failing to reboot promptly is a symptom
of the PS not max healthy.
>... If the motherboard doesn't
> handle a reset properly it is not the power supply's fault.
> David Mathog
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