I've got a voodoo doll of your replacement CPU and I'll be sticking pins in it shortly! You should probably also book an exorcist and buy some gremlin repellent.Thanks for the supportive feedback, encouragements and for your patience as you watched me lose my mind the last few pages.
This is almost certainly due to the speed of one or more of your PWM fans dropping below the IPMI's LCR threshold - the good news is you can usually solve this by tweaking (lowering) the lower thresholds to stop the assert from happening. The IPMI log and web GUI should show you which fan(s) are causing the asserts and why, and the output of `ipmitool sensor` should give you a full run-down on what current fan rpm's are and what the upper and lower thresholds are currently set to.At the moment I hear the fans speed up and slow down every few seconds. I have the PWM fan wall plugged into FANA. I have alot of learning to do.
ipmitool sensor thresh FAN5 lower 400 400 400 ipmitool sensor thresh FAN6 lower 400 400 400
effrafax@wug:~$ ipmitool sensor | grep -i fan FAN1 | 900.000 | RPM | ok | 300.000 | 500.000 | 600.000 | 25300.000 | 25400.000 | 25500.000 FAN2 | 800.000 | RPM | ok | 300.000 | 500.000 | 600.000 | 25300.000 | 25400.000 | 25500.000 FAN3 | na | | na | na | na | na | na | na | na FAN4 | 700.000 | RPM | ok | 300.000 | 500.000 | 600.000 | 25300.000 | 25400.000 | 25500.000 FANA | na | | na | na | na | na | na | na | na