When doing the nagios audit, I noticed that there were a large number of pandss (about 80) that were listed as failed_pxe_booting and have been for quite some time. I tried forcing those to state "ok" to see if it had been some temporary communication issue with the imaging server, and a few of them recovered, but not many. If you look at http://mobile-imaging-002.p2.releng.scl1.mozilla.com/ui/lifeguard.html here's the list of the ones that are still reporting as failed_pxe_booting and need more investigation: panda-0040 panda-0045 panda-0046 panda-0047 panda-0050 panda-0051 panda-0090 panda-0098 panda-0101 panda-0103 panda-0111 panda-0114 panda-0130 panda-0138 panda-0144 panda-0176 panda-0180 panda-0182 panda-0184 panda-0185 panda-0195 panda-0200 panda-0207 panda-0209 panda-0238 panda-0249 panda-0255 panda-0261 panda-0296 panda-0345 panda-0346 panda-0352 panda-0386 panda-0392 panda-0394 panda-0404 panda-0409 panda-0413 panda-0429 panda-0445 panda-0447 panda-0479 panda-0482 panda-0484 panda-0486 panda-0496 panda-0500 panda-0510 panda-0515 panda-0517 panda-0530 panda-0534 panda-0535 panda-0555 panda-0575 panda-0576 panda-0601 panda-0616 panda-0622 panda-0628 panda-0661 panda-0684 panda-0701 panda-0722 panda-0743 panda-0745 panda-0764 panda-0773 panda-0805 panda-0826 panda-0857 panda-0885
ran out of SD cards, ordered 40 more through service now and should arrive tuesday. will probably need at least another 40 for spares.
Pandas have been recovered and are now in ready state. The following pandas are not physically in the chassis. Inventory still have them marked as production. panda-0479 panda-0482
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Decommissioned panda-0479 and panda-0482.
Product: mozilla.org → Infrastructure & Operations
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