I'm not sure it will power up with no routerboards. If you want a pair I have them avail for $100 for the pair plus shipping
I'm sure bjornl probably meant to type MSC - the MMSC is usually used as a multi-module controller in a rack system.bjornl wrote:I solved the problem by changing the MMSC.
bjornl wrote:I had a similar problem with an Onyx2 deskside.
The click sound when powered on and "AC OK" LED lit, and the nothing.
I solved the problem by changing the MMSC. I had a spare lying around and tried to see what happened. After that everything started up as it should.
Is it possible there is a component in the MMSC that is aging, like a lithiumbattery? Maybe swapping a component could help, you just have to figure out which one
recondas wrote:If it does happen to be the MSC and you can't source one locally, I've still got a few around. You'd be welcome to one for postage.
You've probably already been there - done that, but if you had the power supply out to move the O2k, check that the white plug (on the power supply) hasn't been pushed out of position so that it doesn't make good contact with the mid-plane.
fieldframe wrote:I just sent 2x O2K PSUs for recycling... ... still, you'll get the node boards.
ramq wrote:I missed this thread since I'm not at home, but initially it sounded like the problem I had with my O2k PSU, but you solved the problem so it's not an issue any more.
I have a thread somewhere in the hardware section which covered the same scenario.
tesla wrote:It's really strange SGI use such crappy connectors on the psu
nekonoko wrote:The sled connector on the original Indigo tends to push in as well - I've had a lot of problems with those over the years.
Glad you got it running.tesla wrote:AND IT WORKS!!
tesla wrote:By the way Bjorn, hows your back today? My body feels like it's broken.
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