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Old 12-11-2012, 11:03 AM   #1
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Package power limit notifications & Core power limit notifications


Hi guys. I just loaded my first 6.3 RHEL server, and I noticed every time i go to the console, there are a TON of Package power limit notifications & Core power limit notifications up on the screen.
Does that mean I have power problems with this new server?
 
Old 12-12-2012, 01:00 AM   #2
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Could you post some examples; you should be able to find them also logged under /var/log
 
Old 12-12-2012, 07:48 AM   #3
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Here are the latest round of the messages

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Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Core power limit notification (total events = 423)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Core power limit notification (total events = 426)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Core power limit notification (total events = 423)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Core power limit notification (total events = 426)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Core power limit notification (total events = 419)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Core power limit notification (total events = 419)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Core power limit notification (total events = 397)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Core power limit notification (total events = 396)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Core power limit notification (total events = 389)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Core power limit notification (total events = 389)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Core power limit notification (total events = 388)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Core power limit notification (total events = 388)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Package power limit notification (total events = 390)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Package power limit notification (total events = 386)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Package power limit notification (total events = 390)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Package power limit notification (total events = 390)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Package power limit notification (total events = 390)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Package power limit notification (total events = 389)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Package power limit notification (total events = 389)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Package power limit notification (total events = 388)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Package power limit notification (total events = 387)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Package power limit notification (total events = 386)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Package power limit notification (total events = 386)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Package power limit notification (total events = 384)
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:03:09 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Package power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Core power limit notification (total events = 516)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Core power limit notification (total events = 516)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Core power limit notification (total events = 570)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Core power limit notification (total events = 570)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Core power limit notification (total events = 575)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Core power limit notification (total events = 575)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Core power limit notification (total events = 561)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Core power limit notification (total events = 562)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Core power limit notification (total events = 530)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Core power limit notification (total events = 531)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Core power limit notification (total events = 518)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Core power limit notification (total events = 518)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Package power limit notification (total events = 516)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Package power limit notification (total events = 514)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Package power limit notification (total events = 513)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Package power limit notification (total events = 520)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Package power limit notification (total events = 520)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Package power limit notification (total events = 520)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Package power limit notification (total events = 520)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Package power limit notification (total events = 520)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Package power limit notification (total events = 520)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Package power limit notification (total events = 519)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Package power limit notification (total events = 518)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Package power limit notification (total events = 516)
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:27:16 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Package power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Core power limit notification (total events = 785)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Core power limit notification (total events = 780)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Core power limit notification (total events = 780)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Core power limit notification (total events = 771)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Core power limit notification (total events = 770)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Core power limit notification (total events = 728)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Core power limit notification (total events = 729)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Core power limit notification (total events = 715)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Core power limit notification (total events = 715)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Core power limit notification (total events = 711)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Core power limit notification (total events = 712)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Core power limit notification (total events = 785)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Package power limit notification (total events = 711)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Package power limit notification (total events = 708)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Package power limit notification (total events = 716)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Package power limit notification (total events = 716)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Package power limit notification (total events = 714)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Package power limit notification (total events = 715)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Package power limit notification (total events = 712)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Package power limit notification (total events = 713)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Package power limit notification (total events = 711)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Package power limit notification (total events = 711)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Package power limit notification (total events = 717)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Package power limit notification (total events = 717)
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU1: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU15: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU3: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU17: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU5: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU19: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU7: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU9: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU21: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU23: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU11: Core power limit normal
Dec 11 20:47:30 ServerName kernel: CPU13: Package power limit normal
 
Old 12-12-2012, 06:08 PM   #4
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Could be a known bug https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=36182. As per there, you may be able to tweak BIOS settings (or not ..).
Check the type of chip you have.
 
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:35 PM   #5
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Thanks Chris, I'm going to add to the bug to see if i can help them solve it, I bet i'm in the same boat as these guys.
 
Old 12-12-2012, 06:56 PM   #6
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Good luck.
(not sure if this should be moved to Hardware ?)
 
Old 12-14-2012, 05:39 AM   #7
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Thanks. I'm not sure either where this really belongs at this point haha.
 
  


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