Archived - Xserve: Status Light Overview
This document provides an overview of the Xserve status lights, what the lights indicate, and what action is appropriate.
This article has been archived and is no longer updated by Apple.
The Xserve's status lights are shown in the figure and table below.
Figure 1 Location of Xserve status lights.
|Power||White||On and OK|
|Security Lock||Yellow||Lock is engaged|
|System Identifier||Yellow||Indicates that someone has toggled it on or that the server has a hardware issue; check the server monitor application for more information.|
(lower LED is built-in;
Upper LED is network card)
|No light||No connection|
|System Activity||Blue||Two rows of eight LEDs: on servers with one processor, rows of lights work in tandem; on dual-processor servers, rows operate independently of each other.|
|Green||Powered and running|
|Yellow||Warning condition; check the server monitor application for more information.|
|Red||Urgent issue or failure; check the server monitor application for more information.|
|No light||Drive can be removed|
|Flashing blue||Disk activity; do not remove drive|
Last Modified: Feb 19, 2012