Hardware Management/Hardware Fault Management
- Welcome to the OCP Hardware Fault Management Sub-project. This is a sub-project of the OCP Hardware Management Project
- This Project is open to the public and we welcome all those who would like to be involved.
- Disclaimer: Please do not submit any confidential information to the Project Community. All presentation materials, proposals, meeting minutes and/or supporting documents are published by OCP and are open to the public in accordance to OCP's Bylaws and IP Policy. This can be found on the OCP OCP Policies page. If you have any questions please contact OCP.
The Hardware Fault Management subproject’s goal is to address the Large scale data center pain-points in managing hardware faults effectively. Objective of the subproject: to define hardware fault management solution such that it
- Minimizes performance degradation - Reduces No Trouble Found (NTF) in RMA - Scales the solution across heterogeneous fleet
Activities of the sub-project include:
- Develop running list of pain-points related to HW fault handling in the fleet. Here is the link to the spreadsheet: OCP-PainpointList - Define key baseline hardware fault management requirements to address the above pain-points - Standardizing system behavior under hardware failures - Provide reference and guidance on system hardware failure management - Hardware Error reporting format Standardization.
- Participate in the discussion, mailing list: OCP-HWFaultMgt@OCP-All.groups.io Mailing List Info
- Participate in HW Fault Management sub-project meetings
- - OCP Calendar
- - Call Link
- - Regular meetings are held 8-9AM PDT on the last Friday of each month.
- - You can also dial in using your phone.
- - United States (Toll Free): 1 877 309 2073
- - United States: +1 (646) 749-3129
- - (Access Code: 865-768-677)
- Provide feedback and comments to working documents
Agendas and Minutes
Presentations & Other Documents
OCP2020 Global Virtual Summit presentation: Overview of HW Fault Management Sub-project
OCP2019 Regional Summit: Platform Hardware Error Handling Requirements for Large Scale Data Center