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Extracted from the XServeXserve User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Just so you know, this Button/Light thing, are on both sides of the Xserve.

Extracted from the XServe User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Just so you know, this Button/Light thing, are on both sides of the Xserve.

Extracted from the Xserve User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Just so you know, this Button/Light thing, are on both sides of the Xserve.

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Extracted from the XServe User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Just so that you know. This, this Button/Light thing, are on both sides of the Xserve.

Extracted from the XServe User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Just so that you know. This Button/Light thing, are on both sides of the Xserve.

Extracted from the XServe User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Just so you know, this Button/Light thing, are on both sides of the Xserve.

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Extracted from the XServe User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Just so that you know. This Button/Light thing, are on both sides of the Xserve.

Extracted from the XServe User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Extracted from the XServe User Guide:

System identifier button and light: The yellow system identifier light flashes if a problem is detected. You can also turn it on or off manually by pressing the button, or turn it on remotely using Server Monitor. This indicator is useful for locating a particular unit in a rack with more than one Xserve. A second system identifier button and light are on the back of the Xserve.

So, a yellow light indicates an error. You should check the Server Monitor or the /var/log tab in the Applications/Utilites/Console application.

Just so that you know. This Button/Light thing, are on both sides of the Xserve.

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