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Dell PowerEdge VRTX Chassis Management
Controller Firmware
Event Message Reference Guide Version 1.0
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your computer.
CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the
problem.
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Contents
1 Introduction................................................................................................................................45
2 AMP Event Messages.............................................................................................................. 47
AMP0300.................................................................................................................................................................47
AMP0301.................................................................................................................................................................47
AMP0302.................................................................................................................................................................48
AMP0303.................................................................................................................................................................48
AMP0304.................................................................................................................................................................49
AMP0305.................................................................................................................................................................49
AMP0306.................................................................................................................................................................50
AMP0307.................................................................................................................................................................50
AMP0308.................................................................................................................................................................51
AMP0309.................................................................................................................................................................51
AMP0310.................................................................................................................................................................52
AMP0311.................................................................................................................................................................52
AMP0312.................................................................................................................................................................53
AMP0313.................................................................................................................................................................53
AMP0314.................................................................................................................................................................54
AMP0315.................................................................................................................................................................54
AMP0316.................................................................................................................................................................55
AMP0317.................................................................................................................................................................55
AMP0318.................................................................................................................................................................56
AMP0319.................................................................................................................................................................56
AMP0320.................................................................................................................................................................57
AMP0321.................................................................................................................................................................57
AMP0322.................................................................................................................................................................57
AMP0323.................................................................................................................................................................58
3 ASR Event Messages............................................................................................................... 59
ASR8500.................................................................................................................................................................. 59
ASR0000.................................................................................................................................................................. 59
ASR0001.................................................................................................................................................................. 60
ASR0002.................................................................................................................................................................. 60
ASR0003.................................................................................................................................................................. 61
ASR0008.................................................................................................................................................................. 61
ASR0009.................................................................................................................................................................. 62
ASR0100.................................................................................................................................................................. 62
ASR0101.................................................................................................................................................................. 63
ASR0102.................................................................................................................................................................. 63
ASR0103.................................................................................................................................................................. 63
ASR0104.................................................................................................................................................................. 64
ASR0105.................................................................................................................................................................. 64
ASR0106.................................................................................................................................................................. 65
ASR0107.................................................................................................................................................................. 65
ASR0108.................................................................................................................................................................. 66
4 BAT Event Messages............................................................................................................... 67
BAT1000.................................................................................................................................................................. 67
BAT1011.................................................................................................................................................................. 67
BAT1022.................................................................................................................................................................. 68
BAT1028.................................................................................................................................................................. 68
BAT1029.................................................................................................................................................................. 69
BAT1030.................................................................................................................................................................. 69
BAT1031.................................................................................................................................................................. 70
BAT1032.................................................................................................................................................................. 70
BAT1033.................................................................................................................................................................. 71
BAT1001.................................................................................................................................................................. 71
BAT1002.................................................................................................................................................................. 72
BAT1003.................................................................................................................................................................. 73
BAT1004.................................................................................................................................................................. 73
BAT1005.................................................................................................................................................................. 74
BAT1006.................................................................................................................................................................. 74
BAT1007.................................................................................................................................................................. 75
BAT1008.................................................................................................................................................................. 75
BAT1009.................................................................................................................................................................. 76
BAT1010.................................................................................................................................................................. 76
BAT1012.................................................................................................................................................................. 77
BAT1013.................................................................................................................................................................. 77
BAT1014.................................................................................................................................................................. 78
BAT1015.................................................................................................................................................................. 78
BAT1016.................................................................................................................................................................. 79
BAT1017.................................................................................................................................................................. 79
BAT1018.................................................................................................................................................................. 80
BAT1019.................................................................................................................................................................. 80
BAT1020.................................................................................................................................................................. 81
BAT1021.................................................................................................................................................................. 81
BAT1023.................................................................................................................................................................. 82
BAT1024.................................................................................................................................................................. 82
BAT1025.................................................................................................................................................................. 83
BAT1026.................................................................................................................................................................. 84
BAT1027.................................................................................................................................................................. 84
BAT1034.................................................................................................................................................................. 85
BAT0000.................................................................................................................................................................. 85
BAT0001.................................................................................................................................................................. 86
BAT0002.................................................................................................................................................................. 86
BAT0003.................................................................................................................................................................. 87
BAT0004.................................................................................................................................................................. 87
BAT0005.................................................................................................................................................................. 87
BAT0006.................................................................................................................................................................. 88
BAT0007.................................................................................................................................................................. 88
BAT0008.................................................................................................................................................................. 89
BAT0009.................................................................................................................................................................. 89
BAT0010.................................................................................................................................................................. 90
BAT0011.................................................................................................................................................................. 90
BAT0012.................................................................................................................................................................. 91
BAT0013.................................................................................................................................................................. 91
BAT0014.................................................................................................................................................................. 92
BAT0015.................................................................................................................................................................. 92
BAT0016.................................................................................................................................................................. 93
BAT0017.................................................................................................................................................................. 93
BAT0018.................................................................................................................................................................. 94
BAT0019.................................................................................................................................................................. 94
5 BOOT Event Messages.............................................................................................................97
BOOT8500................................................................................................................................................................97
6 CBL Event Messages................................................................................................................99
CBL8500...................................................................................................................................................................99
CBL8501...................................................................................................................................................................99
CBL0001.................................................................................................................................................................100
CBL0002.................................................................................................................................................................100
CBL0003.................................................................................................................................................................101
CBL0004.................................................................................................................................................................101
CBL0005.................................................................................................................................................................102
CBL0006.................................................................................................................................................................102
CBL0007.................................................................................................................................................................103
7 CMC Event Messages............................................................................................................ 105
CMC8501............................................................................................................................................................... 105
CMC8502............................................................................................................................................................... 105
CMC8503............................................................................................................................................................... 106
CMC8504............................................................................................................................................................... 106
CMC8505............................................................................................................................................................... 107
CMC8506............................................................................................................................................................... 107
CMC8507............................................................................................................................................................... 108
CMC8508............................................................................................................................................................... 108
CMC8509............................................................................................................................................................... 109
CMC8510............................................................................................................................................................... 109
CMC8511............................................................................................................................................................... 110
CMC8512............................................................................................................................................................... 111
CMC8513............................................................................................................................................................... 111
CMC8514............................................................................................................................................................... 112
CMC8516............................................................................................................................................................... 112
CMC8517............................................................................................................................................................... 113
CMC8518............................................................................................................................................................... 113
CMC8519............................................................................................................................................................... 114
CMC8520............................................................................................................................................................... 114
CMC8521............................................................................................................................................................... 115
CMC8522............................................................................................................................................................... 115
CMC8523............................................................................................................................................................... 116
CMC8524............................................................................................................................................................... 116
CMC8525............................................................................................................................................................... 117
CMC8526............................................................................................................................................................... 117
CMC8527............................................................................................................................................................... 118
CMC8528............................................................................................................................................................... 118
CMC8529............................................................................................................................................................... 119
CMC8531............................................................................................................................................................... 119
CMC8533............................................................................................................................................................... 120
CMC8534............................................................................................................................................................... 121
CMC8535............................................................................................................................................................... 121
CMC8538............................................................................................................................................................... 122
CMC8539............................................................................................................................................................... 122
CMC8540............................................................................................................................................................... 123
CMC8541............................................................................................................................................................... 123
CMC8542............................................................................................................................................................... 124
CMC8543............................................................................................................................................................... 124
CMC8545............................................................................................................................................................... 125
CMC8546............................................................................................................................................................... 125
CMC8547............................................................................................................................................................... 126
CMC8548............................................................................................................................................................... 126
CMC8550............................................................................................................................................................... 127
CMC8551............................................................................................................................................................... 127
CMC8553............................................................................................................................................................... 128
CMC8554............................................................................................................................................................... 128
CMC8555............................................................................................................................................................... 129
CMC8557............................................................................................................................................................... 129
CMC8558............................................................................................................................................................... 130
CMC8561............................................................................................................................................................... 130
CMC8562............................................................................................................................................................... 131
CMC8571............................................................................................................................................................... 131
CMC8572............................................................................................................................................................... 132
CMC8563............................................................................................................................................................... 132
CMC8564............................................................................................................................................................... 133
CMC8565............................................................................................................................................................... 133
CMC8566............................................................................................................................................................... 134
CMC8567............................................................................................................................................................... 134
CMC8568............................................................................................................................................................... 135
CMC8569............................................................................................................................................................... 135
CMC8570............................................................................................................................................................... 136
CMC8573............................................................................................................................................................... 136
8 CPU Event Messages............................................................................................................. 139
CPU0000................................................................................................................................................................ 139
CPU0016................................................................................................................................................................ 139
CPU0001................................................................................................................................................................ 140
CPU0002................................................................................................................................................................ 140
CPU0003................................................................................................................................................................ 141
CPU0004................................................................................................................................................................ 141
CPU0005................................................................................................................................................................ 142
CPU0021................................................................................................................................................................ 142
CPU0006................................................................................................................................................................ 143
CPU0007................................................................................................................................................................ 143
CPU0008................................................................................................................................................................ 144
CPU0024................................................................................................................................................................ 145
CPU0009................................................................................................................................................................ 145
CPU0025................................................................................................................................................................ 146
CPU0010................................................................................................................................................................ 146
CPU0800................................................................................................................................................................ 147
CPU0816................................................................................................................................................................ 147
CPU0801................................................................................................................................................................ 148
CPU0817................................................................................................................................................................ 148
CPU0802................................................................................................................................................................ 149
CPU0803................................................................................................................................................................ 149
CPU0819................................................................................................................................................................ 150
CPU0804................................................................................................................................................................ 150
CPU0805................................................................................................................................................................ 151
CPU0806................................................................................................................................................................ 151
CPU0822................................................................................................................................................................ 152
CPU0700................................................................................................................................................................ 153
CPU0701................................................................................................................................................................ 153
CPU0702................................................................................................................................................................ 154
CPU0703................................................................................................................................................................ 154
CPU0704................................................................................................................................................................ 155
CPU9000................................................................................................................................................................ 155
CPU0011................................................................................................................................................................ 156
CPU0012................................................................................................................................................................ 156
9 CPUA Event Messages...........................................................................................................159
CPUA0023..............................................................................................................................................................159
10 CTL Event Messages............................................................................................................ 161
CTL1...................................................................................................................................................................... 161
CTL2...................................................................................................................................................................... 161
CTL3...................................................................................................................................................................... 162
CTL4...................................................................................................................................................................... 162
CTL5...................................................................................................................................................................... 163
CTL6...................................................................................................................................................................... 163
CTL7...................................................................................................................................................................... 164
CTL8...................................................................................................................................................................... 164
CTL9...................................................................................................................................................................... 165
CTL10.....................................................................................................................................................................165
CTL11.....................................................................................................................................................................166
CTL12.....................................................................................................................................................................166
CTL13.....................................................................................................................................................................167
CTL14.....................................................................................................................................................................167
CTL16.....................................................................................................................................................................168
CTL17.....................................................................................................................................................................169
CTL18.....................................................................................................................................................................169
CTL19.....................................................................................................................................................................170
CTL20.....................................................................................................................................................................170
CTL21.....................................................................................................................................................................171
CTL22.....................................................................................................................................................................171
CTL23.....................................................................................................................................................................172
CTL24.....................................................................................................................................................................172
CTL25.....................................................................................................................................................................173
CTL26.....................................................................................................................................................................173
CTL27.....................................................................................................................................................................174
CTL28.....................................................................................................................................................................174
CTL29.....................................................................................................................................................................175
CTL30.....................................................................................................................................................................175
CTL31.....................................................................................................................................................................176
CTL32.....................................................................................................................................................................176
CTL33.....................................................................................................................................................................177
CTL34.....................................................................................................................................................................177
CTL35.....................................................................................................................................................................178
CTL36.....................................................................................................................................................................178
CTL37.....................................................................................................................................................................179
CTL38.....................................................................................................................................................................179
CTL39.....................................................................................................................................................................180
CTL40.....................................................................................................................................................................180
CTL41.....................................................................................................................................................................181
CTL42.....................................................................................................................................................................182
CTL43.....................................................................................................................................................................182
CTL44.....................................................................................................................................................................183
CTL45.....................................................................................................................................................................183
CTL46.....................................................................................................................................................................184
CTL47.....................................................................................................................................................................184
CTL48.....................................................................................................................................................................185
CTL49.....................................................................................................................................................................185
CTL50.....................................................................................................................................................................186
CTL51.....................................................................................................................................................................186
CTL52.....................................................................................................................................................................187
CTL53.....................................................................................................................................................................187
CTL54.....................................................................................................................................................................188
CTL55.....................................................................................................................................................................188
CTL56.....................................................................................................................................................................189
CTL57.....................................................................................................................................................................190
CTL58.....................................................................................................................................................................190
CTL59.....................................................................................................................................................................191
CTL60.....................................................................................................................................................................191
CTL61.....................................................................................................................................................................192
CTL62.....................................................................................................................................................................192
CTL63.....................................................................................................................................................................193
CTL64.....................................................................................................................................................................193
CTL65.....................................................................................................................................................................194
CTL66.....................................................................................................................................................................195
CTL67.....................................................................................................................................................................195
CTL68.....................................................................................................................................................................196
CTL69.....................................................................................................................................................................196
CTL70.....................................................................................................................................................................197
CTL71.....................................................................................................................................................................197
CTL72.....................................................................................................................................................................198
CTL73.....................................................................................................................................................................198
CTL74.....................................................................................................................................................................199
CTL75.....................................................................................................................................................................199
CTL78.....................................................................................................................................................................200
CTL77.....................................................................................................................................................................200
CTL76.....................................................................................................................................................................201
CTL79.....................................................................................................................................................................201
CTL80.....................................................................................................................................................................202
CTL81.....................................................................................................................................................................202
CTL82.....................................................................................................................................................................203
CTL83.....................................................................................................................................................................203
CTL84.....................................................................................................................................................................204
CTL85.....................................................................................................................................................................204
11 DKM Event Messages.......................................................................................................... 207
DKM1000...............................................................................................................................................................207
DKM1001...............................................................................................................................................................207
DKM1002...............................................................................................................................................................208
DKM1004...............................................................................................................................................................208
DKM1006...............................................................................................................................................................209
12 ENC Event Messages........................................................................................................... 211
ENC40....................................................................................................................................................................211
ENC1..................................................................................................................................................................... 211
ENC2..................................................................................................................................................................... 212
ENC3..................................................................................................................................................................... 212
ENC4..................................................................................................................................................................... 213
ENC5..................................................................................................................................................................... 213
ENC6..................................................................................................................................................................... 214
ENC7..................................................................................................................................................................... 215
ENC8..................................................................................................................................................................... 215
ENC9..................................................................................................................................................................... 216
ENC10....................................................................................................................................................................216
ENC11....................................................................................................................................................................217
ENC12....................................................................................................................................................................217
ENC13....................................................................................................................................................................218
ENC14....................................................................................................................................................................218
ENC15....................................................................................................................................................................219
ENC16....................................................................................................................................................................219
ENC17....................................................................................................................................................................220
ENC18....................................................................................................................................................................220
ENC19....................................................................................................................................................................221
ENC21....................................................................................................................................................................221
ENC22....................................................................................................................................................................222
ENC23....................................................................................................................................................................223
ENC24....................................................................................................................................................................223
ENC25....................................................................................................................................................................224
ENC26....................................................................................................................................................................224
ENC27....................................................................................................................................................................225
ENC28....................................................................................................................................................................225
ENC29....................................................................................................................................................................226
ENC30....................................................................................................................................................................226
ENC31....................................................................................................................................................................227
ENC32....................................................................................................................................................................227
ENC33....................................................................................................................................................................228
13 FAN Event Messages........................................................................................................... 229
FAN8500................................................................................................................................................................ 229
FAN8501................................................................................................................................................................ 229
FAN8502................................................................................................................................................................ 230
FAN1001................................................................................................................................................................ 230
FAN1002................................................................................................................................................................ 231
FAN1000................................................................................................................................................................ 231
FAN0000................................................................................................................................................................ 232
FAN0001................................................................................................................................................................ 232
FAN0002................................................................................................................................................................ 233
FAN0003................................................................................................................................................................ 233
FAN0004................................................................................................................................................................ 234
FAN0005................................................................................................................................................................ 234
FAN0006................................................................................................................................................................ 235
FAN0007................................................................................................................................................................ 235
FAN0008................................................................................................................................................................ 236
FAN0009................................................................................................................................................................ 236
FAN0010................................................................................................................................................................ 237
FAN0011................................................................................................................................................................ 237
FAN0013................................................................................................................................................................ 238
FAN0015................................................................................................................................................................ 238
FAN0017................................................................................................................................................................ 239
14 FCD Event Messages............................................................................................................241
FCD8500.................................................................................................................................................................241
FCD8501.................................................................................................................................................................241
FCD8503.................................................................................................................................................................242
FCD8504.................................................................................................................................................................242
FCD8505.................................................................................................................................................................243
FCD8531.................................................................................................................................................................243
15 HWC Event Messages..........................................................................................................245
HWC8502...............................................................................................................................................................245
HWC8501...............................................................................................................................................................245
HWC8503...............................................................................................................................................................246
HWC8504...............................................................................................................................................................246
HWC8505...............................................................................................................................................................247
HWC8506...............................................................................................................................................................247
HWC1001...............................................................................................................................................................248
HWC1000...............................................................................................................................................................248
HWC1002...............................................................................................................................................................249
HWC1003...............................................................................................................................................................249
HWC1005...............................................................................................................................................................250
HWC1004...............................................................................................................................................................250
HWC1006...............................................................................................................................................................251
HWC1007...............................................................................................................................................................251
HWC2000...............................................................................................................................................................252
HWC2001...............................................................................................................................................................252
HWC2002...............................................................................................................................................................253
HWC2003...............................................................................................................................................................253
HWC2004...............................................................................................................................................................254
HWC2005...............................................................................................................................................................254
HWC1009...............................................................................................................................................................255
HWC1008...............................................................................................................................................................255
HWC1010...............................................................................................................................................................256
HWC1011...............................................................................................................................................................256
HWC3000...............................................................................................................................................................257
HWC3001...............................................................................................................................................................257
HWC2006...............................................................................................................................................................258
HWC2007...............................................................................................................................................................258
HWC4000...............................................................................................................................................................259
HWC4001...............................................................................................................................................................259
HWC4002...............................................................................................................................................................260
HWC4003...............................................................................................................................................................260
HWC4010...............................................................................................................................................................261
HWC4011...............................................................................................................................................................261
HWC4012...............................................................................................................................................................262
HWC4013...............................................................................................................................................................262
HWC4014...............................................................................................................................................................263
HWC4015...............................................................................................................................................................263
HWC2008...............................................................................................................................................................263
HWC2009...............................................................................................................................................................264
HWC2010...............................................................................................................................................................265
HWC2011...............................................................................................................................................................265
HWC1013...............................................................................................................................................................265
HWC1012...............................................................................................................................................................266
HWC5000...............................................................................................................................................................266
HWC5001...............................................................................................................................................................267
HWC5002...............................................................................................................................................................267
HWC5003...............................................................................................................................................................268
HWC5004...............................................................................................................................................................268
HWC5006...............................................................................................................................................................269
HWC5008...............................................................................................................................................................270
HWC5010...............................................................................................................................................................270
HWC5012...............................................................................................................................................................271
HWC5014...............................................................................................................................................................271
HWC5030...............................................................................................................................................................272
HWC5031...............................................................................................................................................................272
HWC5032...............................................................................................................................................................273
HWC5033...............................................................................................................................................................273
HWC5034...............................................................................................................................................................274
HWC5036...............................................................................................................................................................274
HWC3002...............................................................................................................................................................275
HWC3003...............................................................................................................................................................275
HWC3004...............................................................................................................................................................276
HWC3005...............................................................................................................................................................276
HWC7000...............................................................................................................................................................277
HWC7002...............................................................................................................................................................277
HWC7004...............................................................................................................................................................278
HWC7006...............................................................................................................................................................278
HWC7008...............................................................................................................................................................279
HWC7010...............................................................................................................................................................279
HWC7012...............................................................................................................................................................280
HWC6000...............................................................................................................................................................280
HWC6001...............................................................................................................................................................281
HWC6002...............................................................................................................................................................281
HWC6003...............................................................................................................................................................282
HWC6004...............................................................................................................................................................282
HWC6005...............................................................................................................................................................283
HWC1015...............................................................................................................................................................283
HWC1014...............................................................................................................................................................284
HWC4016...............................................................................................................................................................284
HWC1100...............................................................................................................................................................285
HWC1101...............................................................................................................................................................285
HWC2012...............................................................................................................................................................286
HWC2013...............................................................................................................................................................287
HWC2014...............................................................................................................................................................287
HWC2015...............................................................................................................................................................288
HWC5035...............................................................................................................................................................288
HWC5037...............................................................................................................................................................289
HWC1201...............................................................................................................................................................289
HWC1200...............................................................................................................................................................290
16 IOV Event Messages.............................................................................................................291
IOV000................................................................................................................................................................... 291
IOV001................................................................................................................................................................... 291
IOV002................................................................................................................................................................... 292
IOV003................................................................................................................................................................... 292
IOV004................................................................................................................................................................... 293
IOV005................................................................................................................................................................... 293
IOV006................................................................................................................................................................... 294
IOV007................................................................................................................................................................... 294
IOV008................................................................................................................................................................... 295
IOV009................................................................................................................................................................... 295
IOV101................................................................................................................................................................... 295
IOV102................................................................................................................................................................... 296
IOV103................................................................................................................................................................... 297
IOV104................................................................................................................................................................... 297
IOV105................................................................................................................................................................... 298
IOV106................................................................................................................................................................... 298
IOV107................................................................................................................................................................... 299
IOV108................................................................................................................................................................... 300
IOV010................................................................................................................................................................... 300
IOV011................................................................................................................................................................... 301
IOV012................................................................................................................................................................... 301
IOV013................................................................................................................................................................... 302
IOV109................................................................................................................................................................... 302
IOV110................................................................................................................................................................... 302
IOV111................................................................................................................................................................... 303
IOV112................................................................................................................................................................... 303
IOV113................................................................................................................................................................... 304
IOV114................................................................................................................................................................... 304
IOV116................................................................................................................................................................... 305
IOV115................................................................................................................................................................... 305
IOV117................................................................................................................................................................... 306
IOV118................................................................................................................................................................... 307
IOV119................................................................................................................................................................... 307
IOV120................................................................................................................................................................... 308
IOV121................................................................................................................................................................... 308
IOV122................................................................................................................................................................... 309
IOV123................................................................................................................................................................... 309
IOV124................................................................................................................................................................... 310
IOV125................................................................................................................................................................... 310
IOV126................................................................................................................................................................... 311
IOV1001................................................................................................................................................................. 311
IOV1002................................................................................................................................................................. 312
IOV1003................................................................................................................................................................. 312
IOV1004................................................................................................................................................................. 313
IOV1005................................................................................................................................................................. 313
IOV1006................................................................................................................................................................. 314
IOV1007................................................................................................................................................................. 314
IOV1008................................................................................................................................................................. 315
IOV1009................................................................................................................................................................. 315
17 JCP Event Messages............................................................................................................317
JCP8501.................................................................................................................................................................317
JCP003.................................................................................................................................................................. 317
JCP004.................................................................................................................................................................. 318
JCP007.................................................................................................................................................................. 318
JCP008.................................................................................................................................................................. 319
JCP011.................................................................................................................................................................. 319
JCP012.................................................................................................................................................................. 320
JCP013.................................................................................................................................................................. 320
JCP014.................................................................................................................................................................. 321
JCP015.................................................................................................................................................................. 321
JCP016.................................................................................................................................................................. 322
JCP017.................................................................................................................................................................. 322
JCP022.................................................................................................................................................................. 323
JCP023.................................................................................................................................................................. 323
JCP009.................................................................................................................................................................. 324
18 LC Event Messages...............................................................................................................325
LC054.....................................................................................................................................................................325
LC055.....................................................................................................................................................................325
LC056.....................................................................................................................................................................326
LC057.....................................................................................................................................................................326
LC058.....................................................................................................................................................................327
LC059.....................................................................................................................................................................327
LC0100................................................................................................................................................................... 328
LC0101................................................................................................................................................................... 328
LC060.....................................................................................................................................................................329
LC061.....................................................................................................................................................................329
LC062.....................................................................................................................................................................329
LC063.....................................................................................................................................................................330
LC064.....................................................................................................................................................................330
19 LIC Event Messages............................................................................................................. 333
LIC501....................................................................................................................................................................333
LIC502....................................................................................................................................................................333
LIC503....................................................................................................................................................................334
LIC000....................................................................................................................................................................334
LIC001....................................................................................................................................................................335
LIC002....................................................................................................................................................................335
LIC003....................................................................................................................................................................336
LIC004....................................................................................................................................................................336
LIC005....................................................................................................................................................................337
LIC006....................................................................................................................................................................337
LIC007....................................................................................................................................................................338
LIC008....................................................................................................................................................................338
LIC009....................................................................................................................................................................339
LIC010....................................................................................................................................................................339
LIC011....................................................................................................................................................................340
LIC012....................................................................................................................................................................340
LIC013....................................................................................................................................................................341
LIC014....................................................................................................................................................................341
LIC015....................................................................................................................................................................342
LIC016....................................................................................................................................................................342
LIC017....................................................................................................................................................................343
LIC018....................................................................................................................................................................343
LIC019....................................................................................................................................................................344
LIC020....................................................................................................................................................................344
LIC021....................................................................................................................................................................345
LIC201....................................................................................................................................................................345
LIC203....................................................................................................................................................................346
LIC206....................................................................................................................................................................346
LIC207....................................................................................................................................................................347
LIC208....................................................................................................................................................................347
LIC209....................................................................................................................................................................348
LIC210....................................................................................................................................................................348
LIC022....................................................................................................................................................................349
LIC212....................................................................................................................................................................349
LIC213....................................................................................................................................................................350
LIC900....................................................................................................................................................................350
LIC901....................................................................................................................................................................351
LIC902....................................................................................................................................................................351
LIC903....................................................................................................................................................................352
LIC904....................................................................................................................................................................352
LIC905....................................................................................................................................................................353
LIC906....................................................................................................................................................................353
LIC907....................................................................................................................................................................354
20 LNK Event Messages............................................................................................................355
LNK8500................................................................................................................................................................ 355
LNK8501................................................................................................................................................................ 355
LNK2700................................................................................................................................................................ 356
LNK2701................................................................................................................................................................ 356
21 LOG Event Messages............................................................................................................359
LOG004.................................................................................................................................................................. 359
LOG005.................................................................................................................................................................. 359
LOG300.................................................................................................................................................................. 360
LOG302.................................................................................................................................................................. 360
LOG303.................................................................................................................................................................. 361
LOG305.................................................................................................................................................................. 361
LOG007.................................................................................................................................................................. 361
22 MEM Event Messages......................................................................................................... 363
MEM8500.............................................................................................................................................................. 363
MEM8501.............................................................................................................................................................. 363
MEM8502.............................................................................................................................................................. 364
MEM0000.............................................................................................................................................................. 364
MEM0016.............................................................................................................................................................. 365
MEM0001.............................................................................................................................................................. 365
MEM0002.............................................................................................................................................................. 366
MEM0003.............................................................................................................................................................. 366
MEM0004.............................................................................................................................................................. 367
MEM0020.............................................................................................................................................................. 367
MEM0005.............................................................................................................................................................. 368
MEM0021.............................................................................................................................................................. 368
MEM0006.............................................................................................................................................................. 369
MEM0022.............................................................................................................................................................. 369
MEM0007.............................................................................................................................................................. 370
MEM0008.............................................................................................................................................................. 370
MEM0024.............................................................................................................................................................. 371
MEM0009.............................................................................................................................................................. 371
MEM0010.............................................................................................................................................................. 372
MEM1200.............................................................................................................................................................. 372
MEM1201.............................................................................................................................................................. 373
MEM1202.............................................................................................................................................................. 373
MEM1203.............................................................................................................................................................. 374
MEM1204.............................................................................................................................................................. 374
MEM1205.............................................................................................................................................................. 375
MEM1206.............................................................................................................................................................. 375
MEM1207.............................................................................................................................................................. 376
MEM1208.............................................................................................................................................................. 376
MEM1209.............................................................................................................................................................. 377
MEM0700.............................................................................................................................................................. 377
MEM0701.............................................................................................................................................................. 378
MEM0702.............................................................................................................................................................. 378
MEM8000.............................................................................................................................................................. 379
MEM8001.............................................................................................................................................................. 379
MEM7000.............................................................................................................................................................. 380
MEM7002.............................................................................................................................................................. 380
MEM0600.............................................................................................................................................................. 381
MEM0601.............................................................................................................................................................. 381
MEM1210.............................................................................................................................................................. 382
MEM1212.............................................................................................................................................................. 382
MEM1214.............................................................................................................................................................. 383
MEM1000.............................................................................................................................................................. 383
MEM1001.............................................................................................................................................................. 384
MEM1002.............................................................................................................................................................. 384
MEM1003.............................................................................................................................................................. 385
MEM1004.............................................................................................................................................................. 385
MEM1005.............................................................................................................................................................. 386
MEM1006.............................................................................................................................................................. 386
MEM1007.............................................................................................................................................................. 387
MEM1008.............................................................................................................................................................. 387
MEM1009.............................................................................................................................................................. 388
MEM1010.............................................................................................................................................................. 388
MEM1011.............................................................................................................................................................. 389
MEM1012.............................................................................................................................................................. 389
MEM1013.............................................................................................................................................................. 390
MEM1014.............................................................................................................................................................. 390
MEM1015.............................................................................................................................................................. 391
MEM1016.............................................................................................................................................................. 391
MEM1017.............................................................................................................................................................. 392
23 OSE Event Messages............................................................................................................393
OSE0000................................................................................................................................................................ 393
OSE0001................................................................................................................................................................ 393
OSE0002................................................................................................................................................................ 394
OSE0003................................................................................................................................................................ 394
OSE0004................................................................................................................................................................ 395
OSE0005................................................................................................................................................................ 395
OSE1000................................................................................................................................................................ 395
OSE1001................................................................................................................................................................ 396
OSE1002................................................................................................................................................................ 396
OSE1003................................................................................................................................................................ 397
OSE1004................................................................................................................................................................ 397
OSE1005................................................................................................................................................................ 398
OSE1006................................................................................................................................................................ 398
OSE1007................................................................................................................................................................ 399
OSE1008................................................................................................................................................................ 399
OSE1009................................................................................................................................................................ 400
OSE1010................................................................................................................................................................ 400
OSE1011................................................................................................................................................................ 400
OSE1012................................................................................................................................................................ 401
OSE1013................................................................................................................................................................ 401
24 PCI Event Messages.............................................................................................................403
PCI1300................................................................................................................................................................. 403
PCI1302................................................................................................................................................................. 403
PCI1304................................................................................................................................................................. 404
PCI1306................................................................................................................................................................. 404
PCI1308................................................................................................................................................................. 405
PCI1310................................................................................................................................................................. 405
PCI1312................................................................................................................................................................. 406
PCI1314................................................................................................................................................................. 406
PCI1316................................................................................................................................................................. 407
PCI1318................................................................................................................................................................. 408
PCI1320................................................................................................................................................................. 408
PCI1342................................................................................................................................................................. 409
PCI1344................................................................................................................................................................. 409
PCI1346................................................................................................................................................................. 410
PCI1348................................................................................................................................................................. 410
PCI1350................................................................................................................................................................. 411
PCI1354................................................................................................................................................................. 411
PCI1356................................................................................................................................................................. 412
PCI1358................................................................................................................................................................. 412
PCI1360................................................................................................................................................................. 413
PCI1322................................................................................................................................................................. 413
PCI1362................................................................................................................................................................. 414
PCI2000................................................................................................................................................................. 414
PCI2001................................................................................................................................................................. 415
PCI2002................................................................................................................................................................. 415
PCI2003................................................................................................................................................................. 416
PCI3000................................................................................................................................................................. 416
PCI3001................................................................................................................................................................. 417
PCI3002................................................................................................................................................................. 417
PCI3003................................................................................................................................................................. 418
PCI3004................................................................................................................................................................. 419
PCI3005................................................................................................................................................................. 419
PCI3006................................................................................................................................................................. 420
PCI3007................................................................................................................................................................. 420
PCI3008................................................................................................................................................................. 421
PCI3009................................................................................................................................................................. 421
PCI3010................................................................................................................................................................. 422
PCI3011................................................................................................................................................................. 422
PCI3012................................................................................................................................................................. 423
PCI3013................................................................................................................................................................. 423
PCI3014................................................................................................................................................................. 424
PCI3015................................................................................................................................................................. 424
PCI3016................................................................................................................................................................. 425
PCI3017................................................................................................................................................................. 425
25 PDR Event Messages........................................................................................................... 427
PDR1..................................................................................................................................................................... 427
PDR2..................................................................................................................................................................... 427
PDR3..................................................................................................................................................................... 428
PDR4..................................................................................................................................................................... 428
PDR5..................................................................................................................................................................... 429
PDR6..................................................................................................................................................................... 429
PDR7..................................................................................................................................................................... 430
PDR8..................................................................................................................................................................... 430
PDR9..................................................................................................................................................................... 431
PDR10....................................................................................................................................................................431
PDR11....................................................................................................................................................................432
PDR12....................................................................................................................................................................432
PDR13....................................................................................................................................................................433
PDR14....................................................................................................................................................................433
PDR15....................................................................................................................................................................434
PDR16....................................................................................................................................................................434
PDR17....................................................................................................................................................................435
PDR18....................................................................................................................................................................435
PDR19....................................................................................................................................................................436
PDR20....................................................................................................................................................................437
PDR21....................................................................................................................................................................437
PDR22....................................................................................................................................................................438
PDR23....................................................................................................................................................................438
PDR24....................................................................................................................................................................439
PDR25....................................................................................................................................................................439
PDR26....................................................................................................................................................................440
PDR27....................................................................................................................................................................441
PDR28....................................................................................................................................................................441
PDR29....................................................................................................................................................................442
PDR30....................................................................................................................................................................442
PDR31....................................................................................................................................................................443
PDR32....................................................................................................................................................................443
PDR33....................................................................................................................................................................444
PDR34....................................................................................................................................................................444
PDR35....................................................................................................................................................................445
PDR36....................................................................................................................................................................445
PDR37....................................................................................................................................................................446
PDR38....................................................................................................................................................................446
PDR39....................................................................................................................................................................447
PDR40....................................................................................................................................................................448
PDR41....................................................................................................................................................................448
PDR42....................................................................................................................................................................449
PDR43....................................................................................................................................................................449
PDR44....................................................................................................................................................................450
PDR46....................................................................................................................................................................450
PDR47....................................................................................................................................................................451
PDR48....................................................................................................................................................................451
PDR49....................................................................................................................................................................452
PDR50....................................................................................................................................................................452
PDR51....................................................................................................................................................................453
PDR52....................................................................................................................................................................453
PDR53....................................................................................................................................................................454
PDR54....................................................................................................................................................................454
PDR55....................................................................................................................................................................455
PDR56....................................................................................................................................................................455
PDR57....................................................................................................................................................................456
PDR58....................................................................................................................................................................457
PDR59....................................................................................................................................................................457
PDR60....................................................................................................................................................................458
PDR61....................................................................................................................................................................458
PDR62....................................................................................................................................................................459
PDR63....................................................................................................................................................................459
PDR64....................................................................................................................................................................460
PDR65....................................................................................................................................................................460
PDR66....................................................................................................................................................................461
PDR67....................................................................................................................................................................461
PDR68....................................................................................................................................................................462
PDR69....................................................................................................................................................................462
PDR70....................................................................................................................................................................463
PDR71....................................................................................................................................................................463
PDR72....................................................................................................................................................................464
PDR73....................................................................................................................................................................464
PDR74....................................................................................................................................................................465
PDR75....................................................................................................................................................................465
PDR76....................................................................................................................................................................466
PDR77....................................................................................................................................................................466
PDR78....................................................................................................................................................................467
PDR79....................................................................................................................................................................467
PDR81....................................................................................................................................................................468
PDR82....................................................................................................................................................................468
PDR83....................................................................................................................................................................469
PDR84....................................................................................................................................................................470
PDR85....................................................................................................................................................................470
PDR86....................................................................................................................................................................471
PDR87....................................................................................................................................................................471
PDR88....................................................................................................................................................................472
PDR93....................................................................................................................................................................472
PDR94....................................................................................................................................................................473
PDR95....................................................................................................................................................................473
PDR96....................................................................................................................................................................474
PDR97....................................................................................................................................................................474
PDR98....................................................................................................................................................................475
PDR100..................................................................................................................................................................475
PDR101..................................................................................................................................................................476
PDR9000................................................................................................................................................................ 476
PDR1100................................................................................................................................................................ 477
PDR1116................................................................................................................................................................ 477
PDR1101................................................................................................................................................................ 478
PDR1102................................................................................................................................................................ 478
PDR1117................................................................................................................................................................ 479
PDR1103................................................................................................................................................................ 480
PDR1119................................................................................................................................................................ 480
PDR1104................................................................................................................................................................ 481
PDR1120................................................................................................................................................................ 481
PDR1105................................................................................................................................................................ 482
PDR1121................................................................................................................................................................ 482
PDR1106................................................................................................................................................................ 483
PDR1122................................................................................................................................................................ 483
PDR1107................................................................................................................................................................ 484
PDR1123................................................................................................................................................................ 484
PDR1108................................................................................................................................................................ 485
PDR1000................................................................................................................................................................ 485
PDR1001................................................................................................................................................................ 486
PDR1016................................................................................................................................................................ 486
PDR1017................................................................................................................................................................ 487
PDR1002................................................................................................................................................................ 487
PDR1003................................................................................................................................................................ 488
PDR1019................................................................................................................................................................ 489
PDR1004................................................................................................................................................................ 489
PDR1020................................................................................................................................................................ 490
PDR1005................................................................................................................................................................ 490
PDR1021................................................................................................................................................................ 491
PDR1006................................................................................................................................................................ 491
PDR1022................................................................................................................................................................ 492
PDR1007................................................................................................................................................................ 492
PDR1023................................................................................................................................................................ 493
PDR1008................................................................................................................................................................ 493
PDR1024................................................................................................................................................................ 494
PDR1025................................................................................................................................................................ 494
26 PST Event Messages............................................................................................................497
PST0128.................................................................................................................................................................497
PST0129.................................................................................................................................................................497
PST0130.................................................................................................................................................................498
PST0131.................................................................................................................................................................498
PST0132.................................................................................................................................................................499
PST0133.................................................................................................................................................................499
PST0134.................................................................................................................................................................500
PST0135.................................................................................................................................................................500
PST0136.................................................................................................................................................................501
PST0137.................................................................................................................................................................501
PST0138.................................................................................................................................................................502
PST0139.................................................................................................................................................................502
PST0140.................................................................................................................................................................502
PST0141.................................................................................................................................................................503
PST0142.................................................................................................................................................................503
PST0143.................................................................................................................................................................504
PST0192.................................................................................................................................................................504
PST0193.................................................................................................................................................................505
PST0194.................................................................................................................................................................505
PST0195.................................................................................................................................................................506
PST0196.................................................................................................................................................................506
PST0254.................................................................................................................................................................507
PST0256.................................................................................................................................................................507
27 PSU Event Messages........................................................................................................... 509
PSU8501................................................................................................................................................................ 509
PSU8502................................................................................................................................................................ 509
PSU8503................................................................................................................................................................ 510
PSU8504................................................................................................................................................................ 510
PSU8505................................................................................................................................................................ 511
PSU8506................................................................................................................................................................ 511
PSU8507................................................................................................................................................................ 512
PSU8508................................................................................................................................................................ 512
PSU8510................................................................................................................................................................ 513
PSU8511................................................................................................................................................................ 513
PSU8512................................................................................................................................................................ 514
PSU8513................................................................................................................................................................ 514
PSU8515................................................................................................................................................................ 515
PSU8516................................................................................................................................................................ 515
PSU8517................................................................................................................................................................ 516
PSU8518................................................................................................................................................................ 516
PSU8519................................................................................................................................................................ 517
PSU8520................................................................................................................................................................ 517
PSU1000................................................................................................................................................................ 518
PSU1003................................................................................................................................................................ 518
PSU1010................................................................................................................................................................ 519
PSU1002................................................................................................................................................................ 519
PSU1004................................................................................................................................................................ 520
PSU1001................................................................................................................................................................ 520
PSU1007................................................................................................................................................................ 521
PSU0000................................................................................................................................................................ 521
PSU0001................................................................................................................................................................ 522
PSU0017................................................................................................................................................................ 522
PSU0002................................................................................................................................................................ 523
PSU0003................................................................................................................................................................ 523
PSU0019................................................................................................................................................................ 524
PSU0004................................................................................................................................................................ 525
PSU0005................................................................................................................................................................ 525
PSU0006................................................................................................................................................................ 526
PSU0022................................................................................................................................................................ 526
PSU0007................................................................................................................................................................ 527
PSU0023................................................................................................................................................................ 527
PSU0031................................................................................................................................................................ 528
PSU0046................................................................................................................................................................ 528
PSU0033................................................................................................................................................................ 529
PSU0034................................................................................................................................................................ 529
PSU0035................................................................................................................................................................ 530
PSU0036................................................................................................................................................................ 530
PSU0037................................................................................................................................................................ 531
PSU0076................................................................................................................................................................ 531
PSU0090................................................................................................................................................................ 532
PSU0900................................................................................................................................................................ 532
PSU0901................................................................................................................................................................ 533
PSU0902................................................................................................................................................................ 533
PSU0904................................................................................................................................................................ 534
PSU0906................................................................................................................................................................ 534
PSU0907................................................................................................................................................................ 535
PSU0908................................................................................................................................................................ 535
PSU0909................................................................................................................................................................ 536
PSU0910................................................................................................................................................................ 536
PSU0911................................................................................................................................................................ 537
PSU0912................................................................................................................................................................ 537
PSU0913................................................................................................................................................................ 538
PSU0914................................................................................................................................................................ 538
PSU0032................................................................................................................................................................ 539
PSU0077................................................................................................................................................................ 540
PSU0078................................................................................................................................................................ 540
PSU0080................................................................................................................................................................ 541
PSU0038................................................................................................................................................................ 541
PSU0039................................................................................................................................................................ 542
PSU0040................................................................................................................................................................ 542
PSU0041................................................................................................................................................................ 543
PSU0042................................................................................................................................................................ 543
PSU0043................................................................................................................................................................ 544
PSU0044................................................................................................................................................................ 544
PSU0045................................................................................................................................................................ 545
28 PSUA Event Messages.........................................................................................................547
PSUA0016..............................................................................................................................................................547
29 PWR Event Messages.......................................................................................................... 549
PWR8500...............................................................................................................................................................549
PWR8501...............................................................................................................................................................549
PWR8503...............................................................................................................................................................550
PWR8504...............................................................................................................................................................550
PWR8505...............................................................................................................................................................551
PWR8506...............................................................................................................................................................551
PWR8507...............................................................................................................................................................552
PWR8508...............................................................................................................................................................552
PWR8509...............................................................................................................................................................553
PWR8510...............................................................................................................................................................553
PWR8511...............................................................................................................................................................554
PWR8512...............................................................................................................................................................554
PWR8514...............................................................................................................................................................555
PWR8515...............................................................................................................................................................555
PWR8516...............................................................................................................................................................556
PWR8517...............................................................................................................................................................556
PWR8518...............................................................................................................................................................557
PWR8519...............................................................................................................................................................557
PWR8520...............................................................................................................................................................558
PWR8521...............................................................................................................................................................558
PWR8522...............................................................................................................................................................558
PWR8523...............................................................................................................................................................559
PWR8524...............................................................................................................................................................559
PWR8525...............................................................................................................................................................560
PWR8526...............................................................................................................................................................560
PWR8527...............................................................................................................................................................561
PWR8528...............................................................................................................................................................561
PWR8529...............................................................................................................................................................562
PWR8530...............................................................................................................................................................562
PWR8531...............................................................................................................................................................563
PWR8532...............................................................................................................................................................563
PWR8533...............................................................................................................................................................564
PWR8534...............................................................................................................................................................564
PWR8535...............................................................................................................................................................565
PWR8536...............................................................................................................................................................565
PWR8537...............................................................................................................................................................565
PWR8538...............................................................................................................................................................566
PWR8539...............................................................................................................................................................566
PWR8540...............................................................................................................................................................567
PWR8541...............................................................................................................................................................567
PWR8542...............................................................................................................................................................568
PWR8543...............................................................................................................................................................568
PWR8544...............................................................................................................................................................569
PWR8545...............................................................................................................................................................569
PWR8546...............................................................................................................................................................570
PWR8547...............................................................................................................................................................570
PWR8548...............................................................................................................................................................571
PWR8549...............................................................................................................................................................571
PWR8550...............................................................................................................................................................572
PWR8551...............................................................................................................................................................572
PWR8552...............................................................................................................................................................573
PWR8554...............................................................................................................................................................573
PWR8555...............................................................................................................................................................574
PWR8556...............................................................................................................................................................575
PWR8559...............................................................................................................................................................575
PWR8560...............................................................................................................................................................576
PWR8561...............................................................................................................................................................576
PWR8562...............................................................................................................................................................577
PWR8563...............................................................................................................................................................577
PWR8564...............................................................................................................................................................578
PWR8565...............................................................................................................................................................578
PWR8566...............................................................................................................................................................579
PWR8567...............................................................................................................................................................580
PWR8568...............................................................................................................................................................580
PWR8569...............................................................................................................................................................581
PWR8570...............................................................................................................................................................581
PWR8571...............................................................................................................................................................582
PWR8572...............................................................................................................................................................582
PWR8573...............................................................................................................................................................583
PWR8574...............................................................................................................................................................583
PWR8575...............................................................................................................................................................584
PWR8576...............................................................................................................................................................584
PWR8577...............................................................................................................................................................585
PWR8578...............................................................................................................................................................585
PWR8579...............................................................................................................................................................586
PWR8580...............................................................................................................................................................587
PWR8581...............................................................................................................................................................587
PWR8582...............................................................................................................................................................588
PWR8583...............................................................................................................................................................588
PWR8584...............................................................................................................................................................589
PWR8585...............................................................................................................................................................589
PWR8586...............................................................................................................................................................590
PWR8587...............................................................................................................................................................590
PWR8588...............................................................................................................................................................591
PWR8589...............................................................................................................................................................591
PWR8590...............................................................................................................................................................592
PWR8591...............................................................................................................................................................593
PWR8592...............................................................................................................................................................593
PWR8593...............................................................................................................................................................594
PWR8594...............................................................................................................................................................594
PWR8595...............................................................................................................................................................595
PWR8596...............................................................................................................................................................595
PWR8597...............................................................................................................................................................596
PWR8598...............................................................................................................................................................596
PWR8599...............................................................................................................................................................597
PWR8557...............................................................................................................................................................597
PWR8558...............................................................................................................................................................598
PWR8600...............................................................................................................................................................598
PWR1000...............................................................................................................................................................599
PWR1001...............................................................................................................................................................599
PWR1002...............................................................................................................................................................600
PWR1003...............................................................................................................................................................600
PWR1004...............................................................................................................................................................601
PWR1005...............................................................................................................................................................601
PWR1006...............................................................................................................................................................602
PWR1007...............................................................................................................................................................602
PWR1008...............................................................................................................................................................602
PWR0100...............................................................................................................................................................603
PWR0101...............................................................................................................................................................603
PWR0102...............................................................................................................................................................604
PWR0103...............................................................................................................................................................604
PWR0104...............................................................................................................................................................605
PWR0105...............................................................................................................................................................605
PWR0106...............................................................................................................................................................606
PWR0107...............................................................................................................................................................606
PWR0108...............................................................................................................................................................607
PWR0109...............................................................................................................................................................607
PWR2000...............................................................................................................................................................608
PWR2001...............................................................................................................................................................608
PWR2002...............................................................................................................................................................609
PWR2003...............................................................................................................................................................609
PWR2004...............................................................................................................................................................610
PWR2005...............................................................................................................................................................610
PWR2006...............................................................................................................................................................610
PWR2007...............................................................................................................................................................611
PWR2200...............................................................................................................................................................611
PWR2201...............................................................................................................................................................612
PWR2202...............................................................................................................................................................612
PWR2203...............................................................................................................................................................613
PWR2204...............................................................................................................................................................613
PWR2205...............................................................................................................................................................614
PWR2207...............................................................................................................................................................614
PWR2208...............................................................................................................................................................615
PWR2209...............................................................................................................................................................615
PWR2210...............................................................................................................................................................615
PWR2211...............................................................................................................................................................616
PWR2212...............................................................................................................................................................616
PWR1009...............................................................................................................................................................617
30 RAC Event Messages........................................................................................................... 619
RAC038..................................................................................................................................................................619
RAC039..................................................................................................................................................................619
RAC040..................................................................................................................................................................620
RAC041..................................................................................................................................................................620
RAC042..................................................................................................................................................................621
RAC043..................................................................................................................................................................621
RAC044..................................................................................................................................................................622
RAC045..................................................................................................................................................................622
RAC046..................................................................................................................................................................622
RAC047..................................................................................................................................................................623
RAC048..................................................................................................................................................................623
31 RDU Event Messages........................................................................................................... 625
RDU8500................................................................................................................................................................625
RDU8501................................................................................................................................................................625
RDU8502................................................................................................................................................................626
RDU8506................................................................................................................................................................626
RDU8507................................................................................................................................................................627
RDU8508................................................................................................................................................................627
RDU8509................................................................................................................................................................628
RDU8510................................................................................................................................................................628
RDU8511................................................................................................................................................................629
RDU8512................................................................................................................................................................630
RDU8513................................................................................................................................................................630
RDU8514................................................................................................................................................................631
RDU8515................................................................................................................................................................631
RDU8516................................................................................................................................................................632
RDU8517................................................................................................................................................................632
RDU8518................................................................................................................................................................633
RDU8519................................................................................................................................................................633
RDU8520................................................................................................................................................................634
RDU8521................................................................................................................................................................634
RDU8522................................................................................................................................................................635
RDU8523................................................................................................................................................................636
RDU8524................................................................................................................................................................636
RDU0001................................................................................................................................................................637
RDU0002................................................................................................................................................................637
RDU0003................................................................................................................................................................638
RDU0004................................................................................................................................................................638
RDU0005................................................................................................................................................................638
RDU0011................................................................................................................................................................639
RDU0012................................................................................................................................................................639
RDU0013................................................................................................................................................................640
RDU0014................................................................................................................................................................640
RDU0015................................................................................................................................................................641
RDU0017................................................................................................................................................................641
RDU0030................................................................................................................................................................642
RDU0032................................................................................................................................................................642
RDU0019................................................................................................................................................................643
32 RED Event Messages............................................................................................................645
RED001.................................................................................................................................................................. 645
RED005.................................................................................................................................................................. 645
RED006.................................................................................................................................................................. 646
RED007.................................................................................................................................................................. 646
RED008.................................................................................................................................................................. 647
33 RFL Event Messages.............................................................................................................649
RFL2000................................................................................................................................................................. 649
RFL2002................................................................................................................................................................. 649
RFL2003................................................................................................................................................................. 650
RFL2004................................................................................................................................................................. 650
RFL2005................................................................................................................................................................. 651
RFL2006................................................................................................................................................................. 651
RFL2007................................................................................................................................................................. 652
RFL2008................................................................................................................................................................. 652
RFL2009................................................................................................................................................................. 653
34 RFLA Event Messages..........................................................................................................655
RFLA2001...............................................................................................................................................................655
35 RFM Event Messages...........................................................................................................657
RFM1018................................................................................................................................................................657
RFM1019................................................................................................................................................................657
RFM1020................................................................................................................................................................658
RFM1021................................................................................................................................................................658
RFM1022................................................................................................................................................................659
RFM1023................................................................................................................................................................659
RFM1024................................................................................................................................................................659
RFM1025................................................................................................................................................................660
RFM1026................................................................................................................................................................660
RFM1027................................................................................................................................................................661
RFM1028................................................................................................................................................................661
RFM1029................................................................................................................................................................662
RFM1030................................................................................................................................................................662
RFM1031................................................................................................................................................................663
RFM1032................................................................................................................................................................663
RFM1033................................................................................................................................................................664
RFM1034................................................................................................................................................................664
RFM1035................................................................................................................................................................664
36 RRDU Event Messages.........................................................................................................667
RRDU0001..............................................................................................................................................................667
RRDU0002..............................................................................................................................................................667
RRDU0003..............................................................................................................................................................668
RRDU0004..............................................................................................................................................................668
RRDU0005..............................................................................................................................................................669
37 SEC Event Messages............................................................................................................671
SEC0001.................................................................................................................................................................671
SEC0002.................................................................................................................................................................671
SEC0003.................................................................................................................................................................672
SEC0004.................................................................................................................................................................672
SEC0005.................................................................................................................................................................673
SEC0006.................................................................................................................................................................673
SEC0016.................................................................................................................................................................673
SEC0017.................................................................................................................................................................674
SEC0018.................................................................................................................................................................674
SEC0019.................................................................................................................................................................675
SEC0020.................................................................................................................................................................675
SEC0021.................................................................................................................................................................676
SEC0022.................................................................................................................................................................676
SEC0031.................................................................................................................................................................677
SEC0032.................................................................................................................................................................677
SEC0033.................................................................................................................................................................678
SEC0034.................................................................................................................................................................678
SEC0000.................................................................................................................................................................678
SEC0040.................................................................................................................................................................679
SEC0041.................................................................................................................................................................679
SEC0042.................................................................................................................................................................680
SEC0043.................................................................................................................................................................680
SEC0044.................................................................................................................................................................681
SEC0600.................................................................................................................................................................681
SEC0601.................................................................................................................................................................682
SEC0602.................................................................................................................................................................682
SEC0603.................................................................................................................................................................683
SEC0604.................................................................................................................................................................683
SEC0605.................................................................................................................................................................684
SEC0606.................................................................................................................................................................684
SEC0607.................................................................................................................................................................684
SEC0608.................................................................................................................................................................685
SEC0609.................................................................................................................................................................685
SEC0610.................................................................................................................................................................686
SEC0611.................................................................................................................................................................686
SEC0045.................................................................................................................................................................687
38 SEL Event Messages............................................................................................................ 689
SEL0002................................................................................................................................................................. 689
SEL0003................................................................................................................................................................. 689
SEL0004................................................................................................................................................................. 690
SEL0006................................................................................................................................................................. 690
SEL0007................................................................................................................................................................. 691
SEL0008................................................................................................................................................................. 691
SEL0010................................................................................................................................................................. 692
SEL0012................................................................................................................................................................. 692
SEL0013................................................................................................................................................................. 692
SEL1200................................................................................................................................................................. 693
SEL1202................................................................................................................................................................. 693
SEL1204................................................................................................................................................................. 694
SEL1205................................................................................................................................................................. 694
SEL1206................................................................................................................................................................. 695
SEL1207................................................................................................................................................................. 695
SEL1208................................................................................................................................................................. 696
SEL1209................................................................................................................................................................. 696
SEL1210................................................................................................................................................................. 697
SEL1211................................................................................................................................................................. 697
SEL1300................................................................................................................................................................. 697
SEL1301................................................................................................................................................................. 698
SEL1302................................................................................................................................................................. 698
SEL1303................................................................................................................................................................. 699
SEL1304................................................................................................................................................................. 699
SEL1305................................................................................................................................................................. 700
SEL1306................................................................................................................................................................. 700
SEL1307................................................................................................................................................................. 701
SEL1308................................................................................................................................................................. 701
SEL1309................................................................................................................................................................. 702
SEL1400................................................................................................................................................................. 702
SEL1402................................................................................................................................................................. 702
SEL1404................................................................................................................................................................. 703
SEL1406................................................................................................................................................................. 703
SEL9900................................................................................................................................................................. 704
SEL1506................................................................................................................................................................. 704
SEL1507................................................................................................................................................................. 705
SEL1508................................................................................................................................................................. 705
SEL1509................................................................................................................................................................. 706
SEL1510................................................................................................................................................................. 706
SEL1511................................................................................................................................................................. 707
SEL1500................................................................................................................................................................. 707
SEL1501................................................................................................................................................................. 708
SEL1502................................................................................................................................................................. 708
SEL1503................................................................................................................................................................. 709
SEL1504................................................................................................................................................................. 709
SEL9901................................................................................................................................................................. 710
SEL9902................................................................................................................................................................. 710
39 STOR Event Messages......................................................................................................... 713
STOR1................................................................................................................................................................... 713
STOR2................................................................................................................................................................... 713
STOR3................................................................................................................................................................... 714
STOR4................................................................................................................................................................... 714
STOR5................................................................................................................................................................... 715
STOR6................................................................................................................................................................... 715
STOR7................................................................................................................................................................... 716
STOR8................................................................................................................................................................... 716
STOR9................................................................................................................................................................... 717
STOR10..................................................................................................................................................................717
STOR11..................................................................................................................................................................718
STOR003................................................................................................................................................................718
STOR004................................................................................................................................................................719
STOR006................................................................................................................................................................719
STOR007................................................................................................................................................................720
STOR009................................................................................................................................................................720
STOR010................................................................................................................................................................721
STOR011................................................................................................................................................................721
STOR012................................................................................................................................................................722
STOR013................................................................................................................................................................722
STOR015................................................................................................................................................................722
STOR016................................................................................................................................................................723
STOR017................................................................................................................................................................723
STOR018................................................................................................................................................................724
STOR019................................................................................................................................................................724
STOR020................................................................................................................................................................725
STOR021................................................................................................................................................................725
STOR022................................................................................................................................................................726
STOR023................................................................................................................................................................726
STOR024................................................................................................................................................................727
STOR025................................................................................................................................................................727
STOR026................................................................................................................................................................728
STOR027................................................................................................................................................................728
STOR028................................................................................................................................................................728
STOR029................................................................................................................................................................729
STOR030................................................................................................................................................................729
STOR031................................................................................................................................................................730
STOR032................................................................................................................................................................730
STOR033................................................................................................................................................................731
STOR035................................................................................................................................................................731
STOR037................................................................................................................................................................732
STOR038................................................................................................................................................................732
STOR039................................................................................................................................................................733
STOR040................................................................................................................................................................733
STOR041................................................................................................................................................................734
STOR042................................................................................................................................................................734
STOR043................................................................................................................................................................735
STOR044................................................................................................................................................................735
STOR045................................................................................................................................................................736
STOR046................................................................................................................................................................736
STOR047................................................................................................................................................................737
STOR048................................................................................................................................................................737
STOR049................................................................................................................................................................738
STOR050................................................................................................................................................................738
STOR051................................................................................................................................................................739
STOR052................................................................................................................................................................739
STOR053................................................................................................................................................................740
STOR054................................................................................................................................................................740
STOR055................................................................................................................................................................740
STOR056................................................................................................................................................................741
STOR057................................................................................................................................................................741
STOR059................................................................................................................................................................742
STOR061................................................................................................................................................................742
STOR060................................................................................................................................................................743
STOR062................................................................................................................................................................743
STOR063................................................................................................................................................................744
STOR034................................................................................................................................................................744
40 SUP Event Messages........................................................................................................... 747
SUP001..................................................................................................................................................................747
SUP002..................................................................................................................................................................747
SUP005..................................................................................................................................................................748
SUP011..................................................................................................................................................................748
SUP015..................................................................................................................................................................749
SUP016..................................................................................................................................................................749
SUP017..................................................................................................................................................................749
SUP018..................................................................................................................................................................750
SUP020..................................................................................................................................................................750
SUP022..................................................................................................................................................................751
SUP023..................................................................................................................................................................751
41 SWC Event Messages.......................................................................................................... 753
SWC8533...............................................................................................................................................................753
SWC8534...............................................................................................................................................................753
SWC8535...............................................................................................................................................................754
SWC8536...............................................................................................................................................................754
SWC8537...............................................................................................................................................................755
SWC8538...............................................................................................................................................................755
SWC8539...............................................................................................................................................................756
SWC8540...............................................................................................................................................................756
SWC8500...............................................................................................................................................................757
SWC8501...............................................................................................................................................................757
SWC8502...............................................................................................................................................................758
SWC8503...............................................................................................................................................................758
SWC8504...............................................................................................................................................................759
SWC8505...............................................................................................................................................................759
SWC8506...............................................................................................................................................................760
SWC8507...............................................................................................................................................................760
SWC8508...............................................................................................................................................................761
SWC8509...............................................................................................................................................................761
SWC8510...............................................................................................................................................................762
SWC8511...............................................................................................................................................................763
SWC8512...............................................................................................................................................................763
SWC8513...............................................................................................................................................................764
SWC8514...............................................................................................................................................................764
SWC8515...............................................................................................................................................................765
SWC8516...............................................................................................................................................................765
SWC8517...............................................................................................................................................................766
SWC8518...............................................................................................................................................................766
SWC8519...............................................................................................................................................................767
SWC8520...............................................................................................................................................................767
SWC8521...............................................................................................................................................................768
SWC8522...............................................................................................................................................................769
SWC8523...............................................................................................................................................................769
SWC8524...............................................................................................................................................................770
SWC8525...............................................................................................................................................................770
SWC8526...............................................................................................................................................................771
SWC8527...............................................................................................................................................................771
SWC8528...............................................................................................................................................................772
SWC8529...............................................................................................................................................................772
SWC8530...............................................................................................................................................................773
SWC8531...............................................................................................................................................................773
SWC8532...............................................................................................................................................................774
SWC8600...............................................................................................................................................................775
SWC8601...............................................................................................................................................................775
SWC8602...............................................................................................................................................................776
SWC8603...............................................................................................................................................................776
SWC8604...............................................................................................................................................................777
SWC8605...............................................................................................................................................................777
SWC8606...............................................................................................................................................................778
SWC8607...............................................................................................................................................................778
SWC8608...............................................................................................................................................................779
SWC8609...............................................................................................................................................................779
SWC8610...............................................................................................................................................................780
SWC8611...............................................................................................................................................................781
SWC8612...............................................................................................................................................................781
SWC8613...............................................................................................................................................................782
SWC8614...............................................................................................................................................................782
SWC4004...............................................................................................................................................................783
SWC4005...............................................................................................................................................................783
SWC4006...............................................................................................................................................................784
SWC4007...............................................................................................................................................................784
SWC4008...............................................................................................................................................................785
SWC4009...............................................................................................................................................................785
SWC5000...............................................................................................................................................................786
SWC5001...............................................................................................................................................................786
SWC5002...............................................................................................................................................................787
42 SWU Event Messages..........................................................................................................789
SWU8500...............................................................................................................................................................789
SWU8501...............................................................................................................................................................789
SWU8502...............................................................................................................................................................790
SWU8503...............................................................................................................................................................790
SWU8504...............................................................................................................................................................791
SWU8505...............................................................................................................................................................791
SWU8506...............................................................................................................................................................792
SWU8513...............................................................................................................................................................792
SWU8514...............................................................................................................................................................793
SWU8515...............................................................................................................................................................793
SWU8516...............................................................................................................................................................794
SWU8517...............................................................................................................................................................795
SWU8518...............................................................................................................................................................795
SWU8519...............................................................................................................................................................796
SWU8520...............................................................................................................................................................796
SWU8521...............................................................................................................................................................797
SWU8522...............................................................................................................................................................797
SWU8523...............................................................................................................................................................798
SWU8524...............................................................................................................................................................798
SWU8525...............................................................................................................................................................799
SWU8526...............................................................................................................................................................799
SWU8527...............................................................................................................................................................800
SWU8528...............................................................................................................................................................800
SWU8529...............................................................................................................................................................801
SWU8530...............................................................................................................................................................801
SWU8531...............................................................................................................................................................802
SWU8532...............................................................................................................................................................802
SWU8533...............................................................................................................................................................803
SWU8534...............................................................................................................................................................803
SWU8535...............................................................................................................................................................804
SWU8536...............................................................................................................................................................804
SWU8537...............................................................................................................................................................805
SWU8538...............................................................................................................................................................805
SWU8540...............................................................................................................................................................806
SWU8541...............................................................................................................................................................806
SWU8542...............................................................................................................................................................807
SWU8543...............................................................................................................................................................807
SWU8544...............................................................................................................................................................808
SWU8545...............................................................................................................................................................808
SWU8546...............................................................................................................................................................809
SWU8547...............................................................................................................................................................809
SWU8548...............................................................................................................................................................810
SWU8549...............................................................................................................................................................810
SWU8550...............................................................................................................................................................811
SWU8551...............................................................................................................................................................811
SWU8552...............................................................................................................................................................812
SWU8553...............................................................................................................................................................812
SWU8554...............................................................................................................................................................812
SWU8555...............................................................................................................................................................813
SWU8556...............................................................................................................................................................813
43 SYS Event Messages............................................................................................................815
SYS001.................................................................................................................................................................. 815
SYS003.................................................................................................................................................................. 815
SYS004.................................................................................................................................................................. 816
SYS005.................................................................................................................................................................. 816
SYS006.................................................................................................................................................................. 817
SYS013.................................................................................................................................................................. 817
SYS014.................................................................................................................................................................. 818
44 TMP Event Messages...........................................................................................................819
TMP8500............................................................................................................................................................... 819
TMP8501............................................................................................................................................................... 819
TMP8502............................................................................................................................................................... 820
TMP1000............................................................................................................................................................... 820
TMP1001............................................................................................................................................................... 821
TMP1002............................................................................................................................................................... 821
TMP1003............................................................................................................................................................... 822
TMP5.....................................................................................................................................................................822
TMP6.....................................................................................................................................................................823
TMP7.....................................................................................................................................................................824
TMP0200............................................................................................................................................................... 824
TMP0201............................................................................................................................................................... 825
TMP0202............................................................................................................................................................... 825
TMP0203............................................................................................................................................................... 826
TMP0204............................................................................................................................................................... 826
TMP0205............................................................................................................................................................... 827
TMP0100............................................................................................................................................................... 827
TMP0101............................................................................................................................................................... 828
TMP0102............................................................................................................................................................... 828
TMP0103............................................................................................................................................................... 829
TMP0104............................................................................................................................................................... 829
TMP0105............................................................................................................................................................... 830
TMP0106............................................................................................................................................................... 830
TMP0107............................................................................................................................................................... 831
TMP0108............................................................................................................................................................... 831
TMP0109............................................................................................................................................................... 832
TMP0110............................................................................................................................................................... 832
TMP0111............................................................................................................................................................... 833
TMP0112............................................................................................................................................................... 833
TMP0113............................................................................................................................................................... 834
TMP0114............................................................................................................................................................... 834
TMP0115............................................................................................................................................................... 835
TMP0116............................................................................................................................................................... 835
TMP0117............................................................................................................................................................... 836
TMP0118............................................................................................................................................................... 836
TMP0119............................................................................................................................................................... 837
TMP0120............................................................................................................................................................... 837
TMP0121............................................................................................................................................................... 838
TMP0122............................................................................................................................................................... 838
TMP0123............................................................................................................................................................... 839
TMP0124............................................................................................................................................................... 839
TMP0125............................................................................................................................................................... 840
TMP0126............................................................................................................................................................... 840
TMP0127............................................................................................................................................................... 841
TMP0128............................................................................................................................................................... 841
TMP0129............................................................................................................................................................... 841
TMP0130............................................................................................................................................................... 842
TMP0131............................................................................................................................................................... 842
TMP0132............................................................................................................................................................... 843
TMP0133............................................................................................................................................................... 843
TMP0134............................................................................................................................................................... 844
TMP0135............................................................................................................................................................... 844
TMP0136............................................................................................................................................................... 845
TMP0137............................................................................................................................................................... 845
45 USR Event Messages........................................................................................................... 847
USR8500................................................................................................................................................................ 847
USR8501................................................................................................................................................................ 847
USR8502................................................................................................................................................................ 848
USR8503................................................................................................................................................................ 848
USR8504................................................................................................................................................................ 849
USR8505................................................................................................................................................................ 849
USR8506................................................................................................................................................................ 850
USR8507................................................................................................................................................................ 850
USR8508................................................................................................................................................................ 851
USR8509................................................................................................................................................................ 852
USR8510................................................................................................................................................................ 852
USR8511................................................................................................................................................................ 853
USR8512................................................................................................................................................................ 853
USR106..................................................................................................................................................................854
USR107..................................................................................................................................................................855
46 VDR Event Messages........................................................................................................... 857
VDR97....................................................................................................................................................................857
VDR1..................................................................................................................................................................... 857
VDR2..................................................................................................................................................................... 858
VDR3..................................................................................................................................................................... 858
VDR4..................................................................................................................................................................... 859
VDR5..................................................................................................................................................................... 859
VDR6..................................................................................................................................................................... 860
VDR7..................................................................................................................................................................... 860
VDR8..................................................................................................................................................................... 861
VDR9..................................................................................................................................................................... 862
VDR10....................................................................................................................................................................862
VDR11....................................................................................................................................................................863
VDR12....................................................................................................................................................................863
VDR13....................................................................................................................................................................864
VDR14....................................................................................................................................................................864
VDR15....................................................................................................................................................................865
VDR16....................................................................................................................................................................865
VDR17....................................................................................................................................................................866
VDR18....................................................................................................................................................................866
VDR19....................................................................................................................................................................867
VDR20....................................................................................................................................................................867
VDR21....................................................................................................................................................................868
VDR22....................................................................................................................................................................868
VDR23....................................................................................................................................................................869
VDR24....................................................................................................................................................................869
VDR25....................................................................................................................................................................870
VDR26....................................................................................................................................................................870
VDR27....................................................................................................................................................................871
VDR28....................................................................................................................................................................871
VDR29....................................................................................................................................................................872
VDR30....................................................................................................................................................................872
VDR31....................................................................................................................................................................873
VDR32....................................................................................................................................................................874
VDR33....................................................................................................................................................................874
VDR34....................................................................................................................................................................875
VDR35....................................................................................................................................................................875
VDR36....................................................................................................................................................................876
VDR37....................................................................................................................................................................876
VDR38....................................................................................................................................................................877
VDR39....................................................................................................................................................................877
VDR40....................................................................................................................................................................878
VDR41....................................................................................................................................................................878
VDR42....................................................................................................................................................................879
VDR43....................................................................................................................................................................879
VDR44....................................................................................................................................................................880
VDR45....................................................................................................................................................................880
VDR46....................................................................................................................................................................881
VDR47....................................................................................................................................................................881
VDR48....................................................................................................................................................................882
VDR49....................................................................................................................................................................882
VDR50....................................................................................................................................................................883
VDR51....................................................................................................................................................................884
VDR52....................................................................................................................................................................884
VDR53....................................................................................................................................................................885
VDR54....................................................................................................................................................................885
VDR55....................................................................................................................................................................886
VDR56....................................................................................................................................................................886
VDR91....................................................................................................................................................................887
VDR92....................................................................................................................................................................887
VDR57....................................................................................................................................................................888
VDR93....................................................................................................................................................................888
VDR94....................................................................................................................................................................889
VDR95....................................................................................................................................................................889
VDR96....................................................................................................................................................................890
VDR58....................................................................................................................................................................890
VDR59....................................................................................................................................................................891
47 VFL Event Messages.............................................................................................................893
VFL1001................................................................................................................................................................. 893
VFL1002................................................................................................................................................................. 893
VFL1003................................................................................................................................................................. 894
VFL1004................................................................................................................................................................. 894
VFL1005................................................................................................................................................................. 895
VFL1006................................................................................................................................................................. 895
VFL1007................................................................................................................................................................. 896
VFL1008................................................................................................................................................................. 896
VFL1009................................................................................................................................................................. 897
VFL1010................................................................................................................................................................. 897
VFL1011................................................................................................................................................................. 898
VFL1012................................................................................................................................................................. 898
VFL1013................................................................................................................................................................. 899
VFL1014................................................................................................................................................................. 899
VFL1015................................................................................................................................................................. 900
VFL1016................................................................................................................................................................. 900
VFL1017................................................................................................................................................................. 901
48 VFLA Event Messages..........................................................................................................903
VFLA1000...............................................................................................................................................................903
49 VLT Event Messages............................................................................................................ 905
VLT0300................................................................................................................................................................. 905
VLT0301................................................................................................................................................................. 905
VLT0302................................................................................................................................................................. 906
VLT0303................................................................................................................................................................. 906
VLT0304................................................................................................................................................................. 907
VLT0305................................................................................................................................................................. 908
VLT0200................................................................................................................................................................. 908
VLT0201................................................................................................................................................................. 909
VLT0202................................................................................................................................................................. 909
VLT0203................................................................................................................................................................. 910
VLT0204................................................................................................................................................................. 910
VLT0205................................................................................................................................................................. 911
VLT0206................................................................................................................................................................. 911
VLT0207................................................................................................................................................................. 912
VLT0208................................................................................................................................................................. 912
VLT0209................................................................................................................................................................. 913
VLT0210................................................................................................................................................................. 914
VLT0211................................................................................................................................................................. 914
VLT0212................................................................................................................................................................. 915
VLT0213................................................................................................................................................................. 915
VLT0214................................................................................................................................................................. 916
VLT0215................................................................................................................................................................. 916
VLT0216................................................................................................................................................................. 917
VLT0217................................................................................................................................................................. 917
VLT0218................................................................................................................................................................. 918
VLT0219................................................................................................................................................................. 918
VLT0220................................................................................................................................................................. 919
VLT0221................................................................................................................................................................. 919
VLT0222................................................................................................................................................................. 920
VLT0223................................................................................................................................................................. 920
VLT0100................................................................................................................................................................. 921
VLT0101................................................................................................................................................................. 922
VLT0102................................................................................................................................................................. 922
VLT0103................................................................................................................................................................. 923
VLT0104................................................................................................................................................................. 923
VLT0105................................................................................................................................................................. 924
VLT0224................................................................................................................................................................. 924
VLT0225................................................................................................................................................................. 925
VLT0226................................................................................................................................................................. 925
VLT0227................................................................................................................................................................. 926
VLT0228................................................................................................................................................................. 926
VLT0229................................................................................................................................................................. 927
VLT0230................................................................................................................................................................. 927
VLT0231................................................................................................................................................................. 928
VLT0232................................................................................................................................................................. 929
VLT0233................................................................................................................................................................. 929
VLT0234................................................................................................................................................................. 930
VLT0235................................................................................................................................................................. 930
1
Introduction
The Event Message Reference contains the error and event information generated by firmware and other agents that
monitor system components. These events might be logged, presented to the user on one of the system management
consoles, or both logged and displayed.
Each event consists of the following fields:
Message ID
Message
The unique alphanumeric identifier for the event. This identifier can be up to eight characters
long and consists of two parts:
Message ID
Prefix
Up to four alphabetic characters.
Message ID
Sequence
Up to four numeric digits.
The message text that is displayed to the user or logged as a result of the event.
If the message has variable content in it, the variable substitution is reflected by text in italics.
These substitution variables are described in the Arguments field of the event.
Arguments
Describes the values for any substitution variables appearing in the event message text.
If there is no variable content in the message, this field is omitted from the event description.
Detailed
Description
Additional information describing the event.
Recommended
Response Action
The recommended action to remedy the event described. The response action can vary based
on the specific platform.
Category
Dell Lifecycle Controller log filter used to select a subset of messages from different domains
or agents.
Subcategory
Additional filter to further subset the event.
Trap/EventID
The identification number used as the Trap ID for SNMP alert traps and as the Event ID when
the message is logged in operating system logs.
Severity
The classification of the event based on its impact to the platform or system. The severity can
be:
Severity 1 Critical
Indicates a catastrophic production problem that might severely
impact production systems or components, or systems are down or
not functioning.
Severity 2
Warning
Indicates a high-impact problem where a system or component is
disrupted but can remain productive and perform business-level
operations.
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Severity 3
Information
Indicates a medium-to-low impact problem that involves a partial or
noncritical loss of functionality; operations are impaired but can
continue to function.
LCD Message
The event message text that is displayed on the system's LCD.
Initial Default
Event messages result in event actions such as logging, SNMP or email alerts. Generally, the
event actions are configurable using the Dell iDRAC event action filtering feature. This item
describes the initial default and possible event actions for the message.
Event Action
Filter
Describes additional configurable actions that are available for the event action for this
message. This information is presented in a table, and each entry has a value of TRUE or
FALSE to indicate its applicability.
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Filter Visibility
Event visible to iDRAC event filtering.
IPMI Alert
Event can generate an IMPI alert.
SNMP Alert
Event can generate an SNMP trap.
Email Alert
Event can generate an email alert.
LC Log
Event can generate a Dell Lifecycle Controller log entry.
LCD
Event is displayed on the system's LCD.
Power Off
Event can cause the system to power off.
Power Cycle
Event can cause the system to perform a power cycle.
Reset
Event can cause the system to perform a reset.
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AMP Event Messages
AMP0300
The system boardarg1current is less than the lower warning threshold.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2178
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0301
Message
Arguments
The system boardarg1current is less than the lower critical threshold.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
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Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
System board <name> current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0302
The system boardarg1current is greater than the upper warning threshold.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2178
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0303
Message
Arguments
The system boardarg1current is greater than the upper critical threshold.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
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Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
System board <name> current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0304
The system boardarg1current is outside of range.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
System board <name> current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0305
Message
Arguments
The system boardarg1current is within range.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
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SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2179
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0306
Disk drive bayarg1current is less than the lower warning threshold.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2178
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0307
Message
Arguments
Disk drive bayarg1current is less than the lower critical threshold.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
Disk drive bay <name> current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0308
Disk drive bayarg1current is greater than the upper warning threshold.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2178
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0309
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Disk drive bayarg1current is greater than the upper critical threshold.
•
arg1 = name
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
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Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
Disk drive bay <name> current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0310
Disk drive bayarg1current is outside of range.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
Disk drive bay <name> current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
AMP0311
Message
Arguments
52
Disk drive bayarg1current is within range.
•
arg1 = name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2179
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0312
Message
System level current is less than the lower warning threshold.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
AMP0313
Message
System level current is less than the lower critical threshold.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
System level current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
AMP0314
Message
System level current is greater than the upper warning threshold.
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
AMP0315
Message
System level current is greater than the upper critical threshold.
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
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Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
System level current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
AMP0316
Message
System level current is outside of range.
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
System level current is outside of range. Contact Support
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
AMP0317
Message
System level current is within range.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
AMP0318
Message
Chassis power level current is less than the lower warning threshold.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2178
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0319
Message
Chassis power level current is less than the lower critical threshold.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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TRUE
FALSE
AMP0320
Message
Chassis power level current is greater than the upper warning threshold.
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2178
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0321
Message
Chassis power level current is greater than the upper critical threshold.
Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
AMP0322
Message
Chassis power level current is outside of range.
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Detailed
Description
Product documentation contains information on correct configuration. The failure could also
be caused by a faulty component or related cabling. System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system power policy, check system logs for power related failures, and review system
configuration changes
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2177
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
AMP0323
Message
Chassis power level current is within range.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
AMP = Amperage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2179
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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TRUE
FALSE
3
ASR Event Messages
ASR8500
Message
Watchdog timer is disabled.
Detailed
Description
Watchdog timer is disabled. The watchdog timer is an internal mechanism used to monitor the
health of the Chassis Management Controller. The watchdog timer could be disabled as part of
a troubleshooting operation and can be enabled by restarting the Chassis Management
Controller.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0000
Message
The watchdog timer expired.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or potentially an application failed to communicate to the baseboard
management controller (BMC) within the timeout period.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0001
Message
The watchdog timer reset the system.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate to the baseboard management
controller (BMC) within the timeout period. The system was reset per the configured setting.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0002
Message
The watchdog timer powered off the system.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate to the baseboard management
controller (BMC). The system powered off per the configured setting.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
ASR0003
Message
The watchdog timer power cycled the system.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate to the baseboard management
controller (BMC). The system powered cycled per the configured setting.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0008
Message
The watchdog timer interrupt was initiated.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate to the baseboard management
controller (BMC) within the timeout period. The BMC invoked a system interrupt. (IPMI sensor
type code 23h - offset 00h)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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ASR0009
Message
The system returned from a watchdog timer event.
Detailed
Description
The system is communicating to the baseboard management controller (BMC).
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0100
Message
The BIOS watchdog timer reset the system.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate to the system board within the
timeout period. The system was reset per the configured setting. (IPMI sensor type code 23h
offset 01h event 3:0 - 2h)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
ASR0101
Message
The OS watchdog timer reset the system.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate within the timeout period.
System was reset. (IPMI sensor type code 23h offset 01 - event 3:0 - 3h if booting 4h if running)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0102
Message
The OS watchdog timer shutdown the system.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate within the timeout period. The
system was shutdown. (IPMI sensor type code 23h offset - 02h event 3:0 - 4h)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0103
Message
The OS watchdog timer powered down the system.
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Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate within the timeout period. The
system was powered down. (IPMI sensor type code 23h offset - 02h event 3:0 - 4h)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0104
Message
The OS watchdog timer powered cycle the system.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate within the timeout period. The
system was powered cycled. (IPMI sensor 23h offset - 03h event 3:0 - 4h)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0105
Message
The OS watchdog timer powered off the system.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to failed to communicate within the timeout
period. The system was powered off. (IPMI sensor type code 23h offset - 02h event 3:0 - 4h)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0106
Message
The OS watchdog timer expired.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to communicate within the timeout period. No
action was taken. (IPMI sensor type code 23h - offset 00h event 3:0 - 4h)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0107
Message
The OS watchdog timer pre-timeout interrupt was initiated.
Detailed
Description
The operating system or an application failed to respond to a pre-notification with-in the
timeout period. (IPMI sensor type code 11h - offset 07h)
Recommended
Response Action
Check the operating system, application, hardware, and system event log for exception events.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
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Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
ASR0108
Message
The system returned from an OS watchdog timer event.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
ASR = Auto Sys Reset
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
4
BAT Event Messages
BAT1000
Battery onarg1is missing.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller cannot communicate with the battery. The battery is absent or improperly
connected. A battery with a weak or depleted charge may also cause this message.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the device is present and then check the cables. See the storage hardware
documentation to verify cabling. In addition check the connection to the controller battery and
the battery health. A battery with a weak or depleted charge may cause this message.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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LCD
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1011
Message
Arguments
Battery onarg1is in warn only mode and requires reconditioning.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
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Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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FALSE
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TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1022
arg1battery recondition is completed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
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BAT1028
Message
Arguments
The battery voltage onarg1is low.
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller battery voltage is low. This may indicate that the battery is no longer protecting
the controller cache.
Recommended
Response Action
The battery needs to recharged. Wait 24 hours to see if the charge is restored.
Category
Storage
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SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1029
The battery onarg1can no longer recharge.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller battery cannot recharge. The battery may have already recharged the maximum
number of times or the battery charger may not be working.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4273
LCD Message
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TRUE
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FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1030
Message
Arguments
Thearg1battery charge level is normal.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
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Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
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TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1031
The battery temperature onarg1is above normal.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The room temperature may be too hot. In addition, the system fan may be degraded or failed.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the room temperature is normal and that fans are functioning properly. See the
storage hardware documentation for acceptable operating temperatures.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
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TRUE
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BAT1032
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
70
The battery temperature onarg1is normal.
•
arg1 = controller name
The battery temperature is within the normal operating range.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
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BAT1033
The battery onarg1was removed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller cannot communicate with the battery. Either the battery was removed, or the
contact point between the controller and the battery is degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure that the battery is present and properly connected. If the battery is present, wait for
a few minutes and re-check if the battery is detected. If the contact point between the battery
and the controller is degraded, you must replace the battery, the controller, or both. Refer to
the storage hardware documentation for information on how to safely access, or remove.
Contact technical support if the issue persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
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BAT1001
Message
Battery onarg1was replaced.
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Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
A controllers battery was replaced.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
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TRUE
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FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1002
The battery onarg1learn cycle has started.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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TRUE
FALSE
BAT1003
The battery onarg1learn cycle has completed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
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TRUE
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TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1004
Message
Arguments
The battery onarg1learn cycle has timed out.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller battery must be fully charged before the learn cycle can begin. The battery may
be unable to maintain a full charge causing the learn cycle to timeout. In addition, the battery
must be able to maintain cached data for a specified period of time in the event of a power
loss. For example, some batteries maintain cached data for 24 hours. If the battery is unable to
maintain cached data for the required period of time, then the Learn cycle will timeout.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the battery pack. The battery is unable to maintain a full charge.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1005
The battery onarg1learn cycle has been postponed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
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TRUE
FALSE
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TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1006
Message
Arguments
The battery onarg1learn cycle will start inarg2days.
•
•
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = arg
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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FALSE
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TRUE
FALSE
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TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1007
The battery onarg1learn cycle will start inarg2hours.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = arg
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
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TRUE
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TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1008
Message
Arguments
Write policy onarg1was changed to Write Through.
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller battery cannot maintain cached data for the required period of time. For
example, if the required period of time is 24 hours, then the battery cannot maintain cached
data for 24 hours.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the battery health is good. See the storage hardware documentation to verify battery
health. Contact technical support.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
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Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1009
Write policy onarg1was changed to Write Back.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller battery health has returned to normal.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
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TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1010
Message
Arguments
Battery onarg1requires reconditioning. Initiate a learn cycle.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
Battery is in warn only mode and requires reconditioning.
Recommended
Response Action
Start a learn cycle on the battery.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
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FALSE
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1012
Thearg1battery temperature is above normal.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
Diagnostic event for service to determine if there is an ambient temperature problem.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1013
Message
Arguments
Recharge count has exceeded the maximum limit for battery onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The battery cannot be recharged further.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the battery pack.
Category
Storage
77
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1014
arg1battery charge in-progress.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
Diagnostic event for service to determine if there is an ambient temperature problem.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1015
Message
Arguments
arg1battery charge process is interrupted.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
Diagnostic event for service to determine if there is an ambient temperature problem.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
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Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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TRUE
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TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1016
Thearg1battery learn mode has changed to Auto.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
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TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1017
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Thearg1battery learn mode has changed to Warn.
•
arg1 = Controller name
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
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Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
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TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1018
Battery onarg1is degraded.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The temperature of the battery is high. This may be due to the battery being charged.
Recommended
Response Action
If the battery is being charged, then charging the battery should be stopped until the battery
cools down and charging should be resumed. If this is not case, then some other condition
exists and should be investigated.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
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Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1019
Message
Arguments
80
Battery onarg1is charging.
•
arg1 = Controller name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1020
Thearg1battery is executing a learn cycle.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1021
Message
Arguments
The charge level for the battery onarg1is below the normal threshold.
•
arg1 = controller name
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Detailed
Description
The controller battery cannot maintain sufficient charge level to function properly or the
battery is discharging.
Recommended
Response Action
Check for other events related to the state of the battery. These may help determine the cause
of this event.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1023
The charge level for the battery onarg1is within normal limits.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The battery health has returned to normal.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
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TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1024
Message
Arguments
82
Errors detected with battery onarg1.
•
arg1 = controller name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The battery or the battery charger is not functioning properly. The battery may have an
inadequate charge.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4274
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT1025
arg1is unable to recover cached data from the Battery Backup Unit (BBU).
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller was unable to recover data from the cache. This may indicate data loss has
occurred.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the battery is charged and in good health. See the hardware documentation for
more information. When the battery charge is unacceptably low, the battery cannot maintain
cached data. Data loss may also have occurred, restoring data from backups may be needed.
Verify whether the battery has met its recharge limit. The battery may need to be recharged.
Contact technical support if the issue persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4273
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
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TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
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BAT1026
Thearg1has recovered cached data from the Battery Backup Unit (BBU).
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller has retrieved cached data.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1027
Message
Arguments
The battery onarg1completed a charge cycle.
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The battery successfully completed a charge cycle.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
84
FALSE
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT1034
The battery properties forarg1have changed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
One or more battery properties were modified.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4275
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT0000
Message
The system board battery is low.
Detailed
Description
System settings may be preserved if input power is not removed from the power supplies.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the system board battery at the next service window.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2226
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
85
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
BAT0001
Message
The system board battery is operating normally.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2227
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT0002
Message
The system board battery has failed.
Detailed
Description
System settings may be preserved if input power is not removed from the power supplies.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the system board battery.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2225
LCD Message
System board battery has failed. Check battery
Initial Default.
LC Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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TRUE
FALSE
BAT0003
Message
The system board battery is present.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2227
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT0004
Message
The system board battery is absent.
Detailed
Description
System settings may be preserved if input power is not removed from the power supplies.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the system board battery to confirm presence.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2225
LCD Message
System board battery is absent. Check battery
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
BAT0005
Message
The storage battery is low.
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Detailed
Description
The system has to remain powered on to charge the battery.
Recommended
Response Action
Allow the PERC RAID controller battery to charge. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0006
Message
The storage battery is operating normally.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0007
Message
The storage battery has failed.
Detailed
Description
The PERC RAID controller battery may have failed because of thermal exceptions.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Verify the PERC RAID controller battery installation. 2) Check the system logs for thermal
related issues.
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Storage battery has failed. Check battery.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0008
Message
The storage battery is present.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0009
Message
The storage battery is absent.
Detailed
Description
The PERC RAID controller battery may report absent due to disconnect or thermal exceptions.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Verify the PERC RAID controller battery installation. 2) If installed, reseat or reconnect the
battery and cables. 3) Check the system logs for thermal related issues.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
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Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Storage battery is absent. Check battery.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0010
The storage battery for disk drive bayarg1is low.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = bay
Detailed
Description
The system has to remain powered on to charge the battery.
Recommended
Response Action
Allow the PERC RAID controller battery for the associated bay to charge. If the issue persists,
contact technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact
method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0011
Message
Arguments
The storage battery for disk drive bayarg1is operating normally.
•
arg1 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the battery installation, check the system logs for thermal related issues.
Category
System Health
90
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0012
The storage battery for disk drive bayarg1has failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = bay
Detailed
Description
The PERC RAID controller battery may have failed because of thermal exceptions.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Verify the PERC RAID controller battery installation for the associated bay. 2) Check the
system logs for thermal related issues.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Battery for disk drive bay <bay> has failed. Check battery.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0013
Message
Arguments
The storage battery for disk drive bayarg1is present.
•
arg1 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0014
The storage battery for disk drive bayarg1is absent.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = bay
Detailed
Description
The PERC RAID controller battery may report absent due to disconnect or thermal exceptions.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Verify the PERC RAID controller battery installation for the associated bay. 2) If installed,
reseat or reconnect the battery and cables. 3) Check the system logs for thermal related
issues.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Battery for disk drive bay <bay> is absent. Check battery.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0015
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
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Thearg1battery is low.
•
arg1 = name
System settings may be preserved if input power is not removed from the power supplies.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the battery at the next service window.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0016
Thearg1battery is operating normally.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0017
Message
Arguments
Thearg1battery has failed.
•
arg1 = name
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Detailed
Description
System settings may be preserved if input power is not removed from the power supplies.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the battery.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
The <name> battery has failed. Check battery.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0018
Thearg1battery is present.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
BAT0019
Message
Arguments
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Thearg1battery is absent.
•
arg1 = name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
System settings may be preserved if input power is not removed from the power supplies.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the battery to confirm presence.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
BAT = Battery Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
The <name> battery is absent. Check battery.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
95
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BOOT Event Messages
BOOT8500
Unable to change the BIOS boot order for the Serverarg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
Unable to change the BIOS boot order for the server because of a broken communication
between the CMC and iDRAC, or iDRAC is rebooting.
Recommended
Response Action
Reset iDRAC or wait until iDRAC reboots, and retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
BOOT = BOOT Control
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
97
98
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CBL Event Messages
CBL8500
SAS cablearg1to expanderarg2is not connected.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = cable id
arg2 = expander id
Detailed
Description
SAS cables are not connected to the expander correctly.
Recommended
Response Action
Check whether or not the SAS cables are connected to the expander. Reconnect the cables
and rety the operation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CBL8501
Message
Arguments
SAS cablearg1is connected to the incorrect expander.
•
arg1 = cable id
Detailed
Description
The SAS cable identified in the message is not connected to the correct expander.
Recommended
Response Action
Reconnect the SAS cable to the correct expander and retry the operation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
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Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CBL0001
Backplanearg1power cable disconnected.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Bay ID
Detailed
Description
A backplane signal cable was detected, but the accompanying power cable was not present.
Recommended
Response Action
Check backplane configuration. Re-connect cable. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CBL0002
Message
Arguments
Backplanearg1signal cable disconnected.
•
arg1 = Bay ID
Detailed
Description
A backplane power cable was detected, but the accompanying signal cable was not present.
Recommended
Response Action
Check backplane configuration. Re-connect cable. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
100
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CBL0003
Backplanearg1connectorarg2disconnected. No cable detected.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Bay ID
arg2 = Connector Name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check backplane configuration. Re-connect cable. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2393
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CBL0004
Message
Arguments
Cablearg1is incorrectly connected to backplanearg2connectorarg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = Cable Name
arg2 = Bay ID
arg3 = Connector Name
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Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check backplane configuration. Re-connect cable. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CBL0005
Backplanearg1connectorarg2incorrectly connected to motherboard SATA controller.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Bay ID
arg2 = Connector Name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check backplane configuration. Re-connect cable. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CBL0006
Message
102
Multiple storage controllers are incorrectly connected to the same backplanearg1.
Arguments
•
arg1 = Bay ID
Detailed
Description
This is an unsupported backplane configuration.
Recommended
Response Action
Review product documentation. Check backplane configuration. If the issue persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CBL0007
Message
Arguments
Backplanearg1arg2cable and backplanearg3arg4cable are swapped.
•
•
•
•
arg1 = Bay ID
arg2 = Cable Name
arg3 = Bay ID
arg4 = Cable Name
Detailed
Description
The Backplane cables need to be connect to the correct Bays
Recommended
Response Action
Check backplane configuration. Re-connect cables to the correct Bay IDs. If the issue persists,
contact technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact
method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CBL = Cable
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
7
CMC Event Messages
CMC8501
Message
Chassis Group Leader has synchronized this members configuration.
Detailed
Description
Multi Chassis Management feature on CMC allows for pushing the lead chassis configuration
data to its members. This message appears in the members log when the configuration data is
successfully synchronized with the Chassis group leaders configuration data.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8502
Message
Unable to access the IPv6 information of the server.
Detailed
Description
CMC is unable to access the specified servers IPv6 information. Unable to display the specified
servers Launch iDRAC link on the CMC Web interface.
Recommended
Response Action
Enable IPv6 for the specified server using the CMC command line or CMC Web GUI interface,
so that the link to launch iDRAC is displayed on the CMC Web interface. For the command line
options or navigation for Web intereface, see the Trobleshooting section in the CMC Users
Guide.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8503
Message
Unable to access the IPv4 information of the server.
Detailed
Description
CMC is unable to access the IPv4 information for the specified server. Unable to display the
specified servers Launch iDRAC link on the CMC Web interface.
Recommended
Response Action
Enable IPv4 on the specified slots iDRAC via the CMC command line or Web GUI interface, for
the iDRACs launch point to show up on the CMC web GUI. For the command line options or
navigation for Web intereface, see the Trobleshooting section in the CMC Users Guide.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8504
Message
Arguments
Unable to access server:arg1, because the NIC is disabled on the identified server.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The NIC is disabled on the server identified in the message, and the CMC is unable to display
the link to launch the iDRAC web interface.
Recommended
Response Action
Enable the NIC on the server identified in the message using the CMC command line or CMC
Web interface, so that the link to launch iDRAC is displayed on the CMC Web interface. To
enable the NIC for DHCP using RACADM, enter "racadm setniccfg -m server-<slot number> -d"
where <slot number> is the server identifed in the message. To enable the NIC using the Web
interface, click Server Overview > select the identified server, go to Setup > select the Enable
LAN check box.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
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Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8505
Unable to access server:arg1because both IPv4 and IPv6 are disabled. NIC Enabled =arg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = slot number
arg2 = state
Detailed
Description
IPv4 and IPv6 are disabled on the specified server and the CMC is unable to display the link to
launch iDRAC web interface.
Recommended
Response Action
Enable IPv4 or IPv6 for the specified server using the CMC command line or CMC Web GUI
interface, so that the link to launch iDRAC is displayed on the CMC Web interface. To enable
the NIC for DHCP using RACADM, enter "racadm setniccfg -m server-<slot number> -d" where
<slot number> is the server identifed in the message. To enable the NIC using the Web
interface, click Server Overview > select the identified server, go to Setup > select the Enable
IPv4 check box and/or the Enable IPv6 check box.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8506
Message
A command to shut down the CMC was initiated.
Detailed
Description
A command to shut down the CMC was initiated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
107
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8507
Message
Extended Storage for primary CMC and secondary CMC synchronization is complete.
Detailed
Description
The Extended Storage feature synchronizes data from the primary CMC removable flash media
SD Card is synchronized with the secondary CMC removable flash media SD Card.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
8691
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8508
Message
Unable to synchronize the primary and secondary CMC removable flash media and the
Extended Storage feature is not available.
Detailed
Description
The Extended Storage feature is not activated if the removable flash media SD Card on the
secondary CMC is not functioning properly.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following and retry the operation: 1) In the CMC Web interface, go to Chassis Controller
> Flash Media > Configuration, and verify if the SD card on secondary CMC displays errors. 2) If
errors are displayed, execute the following racadm command: "racadm cmcchangover". 3)
Repair the removable flash media SD Card by selecting the Chassis Controller > Flash Media >
Configuration > Repair Active Controller Media in the CMC Web interface. Repairing is only
allowed on the SD card of the primary CMC. If the problem persists, replace the card.
Category
Audit
108
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8509
Unable to activate the extended storage feature on the secondary CMC:arg1. The feature will
be deactivated.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = cmc number
Detailed
Description
The extended storage feature is not activated if the media on the secondary CMC is no longer
functional.
Recommended
Response Action
Do one of the following, and retry the operation: 1) In the CMC Web interface, go to Chassis
Controller > Flash Media > Configuration and verify if the card on the secondary CMC displays
errors. 2) Do a failover and then reprovision the card from the same GUI page. Reprovisioning
is only allowed on the card of primary CMC. However, if both the options 1 and 2 fail, the card
may be no longer functional.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8689
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8510
Message
Arguments
Unable to activate the extended storage feature on the secondary CMC:arg1. The feature will
return to single CMC mode.
•
arg1 = cmc number
109
Detailed
Description
This happens during promotion of extended storage feature from single CMC to dual CMC. If
the media on Standby CMC is not healthy, this message is displayed and the feature returns to
single CMC state.
Recommended
Response Action
Do one of the following, and retry the operation: 1) In the CMC Web interface, go to Chassis
Controller > Flash Media > Configuration and verify if the card on the secondary CMC displays
some errors. 2) Do a failover and then reprovision the card from the same GUI page.
Reprovisioning is only allowed on the card of primary CMC. However, if both the options 1 and
2 fail, the card may be no longer functional.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8689
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8511
Message
Unable to synchronize the data in the Extended Storage removable flash media in the primary
and secondary CMCs.
Detailed
Description
The data on the Extended Storage removable flash media SD cards is not synchronized when
the CMC is unable to determine which card has the latest data.
Recommended
Response Action
Disable and then enable the Extended Storage feature. Using racadm, executure the following
commands: "racadm feature -d -c Extended Storage" to disable and then "racadm -a -c
Extended Storage" to enable the feature. NOTE: All the data on the removable flash media SD
card is erased when the feature is disabled.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8690
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
110
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8512
Message
The Extended Storage feature activation timed out. The feature is not active.
Detailed
Description
The Extended Storage feature is not activated if the removable flash media SD card on the
secondary CMC does not respond within 90 seconds after activation is initiated.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following and retry the operation: 1) In the CMC Web interface, go to Chassis Controller
> Flash Media > Configuration, and verify if the SD card on secondary CMC displays errors. 2) If
errors are displayed, execute the following racadm command: "racadm cmcchangover". 3)
Repair the removable flash media SD Card by selecting the Chassis Controller > Flash Media >
Configuration > Repair Active Controller Media in the CMC Web interface. Repairing is only
allowed on the SD card of the primary CMC. If the problem persists, replace the card.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8689
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8513
Message
The Extended Storage feature activation on the secondary CMC timed out. The feature is being
returned to single CMC mode.
Detailed
Description
The Extended Storage feaure activtion on the secondary CMC timed out. If the media on
Standby CMC doesnt respond within 90 seconds of confirming activation the feature returns to
single CMC mode.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following and retry the operation: 1) In the CMC Web interface, go to Chassis Controller
> Flash Media > Configuration, and verify if the SD card on secondary CMC displays errors. 2) If
errors are displayed, execute the following racadm command: "racadm cmcchangover". 3)
Repair the removable flash media SD Card by selecting the Chassis Controller > Flash Media >
Configuration > Repair Active Controller Media in the CMC Web interface. Repairing is only
allowed on the SD card of the primary CMC. If the problem persists, replace the card.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8690
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
111
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8514
Fabric mismatch is detected in the I/O Modulearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = iom slot name
Detailed
Description
This error may occur due to any of the following conditons 1) Invalid I/O Module and mezzanine
card configuration, where a newly installed I/O Modules fabric type and the resident
mezzanine cards fabric types do not match or are incompatible. 2) Invalid I/O Module and I/O
Module configuration, where a newly installed I/O Module has a different or incompatible
fabric type from an I/O Module already installed in the fabric.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to Chassis Management Controller Users Guide for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8516
Message
Arguments
The I/O Modulearg1did not boot within the expected time.
•
arg1 = iom slot name
Detailed
Description
The I/O module may have taken more time to boot than was expected or the I/O module did not
boot.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the I/O Module is turned on using CMC Web Interface or RACADM CLI and retry the
operation. Otherwise, reinsert the I/O Module and retry the operation. If the problem persists,
contact technical support.
Category
System Health
112
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2546
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8517
A double height server is detected in slotarg1, however the server is not detected in the bottom
slot.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
A double height server is detected in slot specified in the message, however the server is not
detected in the bottom slot. This occurs if the server is not correctly inserted into the chassis.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove the server from the chassis, check for any broken or bent pins at the rear of the
server. If there is no damage, reinsert the server into the chassis.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8518
Message
Arguments
Detecting Double height server in slotarg1but the iDRAC in bottom slotarg2is also responding.
•
•
Detailed
Description
arg1 = slot number
arg2 = slot number
the Double height server identified in the message is detected in the top slot. However, the
bottom slot is also responding which should not occur if a double height server is inserted.
113
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Remove the server identified in the message. 2) Restart the CMC and wait
for the CMC to complete the start up process. 3) Reinsert the server identified in the message.
If the problem persists, contact your service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8519
The LOM riser FRU for slotarg1FRU IDarg2is not functioning.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = slot number
arg2 = fru id
Detailed
Description
FRU of the LOM riser specified in the message is not functioning or CMC is unable to read it.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC of the specified server or virtual reseat the server. 2) Reset
CMC and wait for a few minutes. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CMC8520
Message
Arguments
114
The FRU on serverarg1is not functioning.
•
arg1 = slot number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
FRU on the server specified in the message is not functioning or CMC is unable to read it.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC of the specified server or virtual reseat the server. 2) Reset
CMC and wait for a few minutes. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8521
The Mezz card 1 FRU for the serverarg1is not functioning.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Mezz card 1 FRU for the server specified in the message is not functioning or CMC is
unable to read it.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC of the specified server or virtual reseat the server. 2) Reset
CMC and wait for a few minutes. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8522
Message
Arguments
The Mezz card 2 FRU for the serverarg1is not functioning.
•
arg1 = slot number
115
Detailed
Description
The Mezz card 2 FRU for the server specified in the message is not functioning or CMC is
unable to read it.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC of the specified server or virtual reseat the server. 2) Reset
CMC and wait for a few minutes. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8523
The Mezz card 3 FRU for the serverarg1is not functioning.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Mezz card 3 FRU for the server specified in the message is not functioning or CMC is
unable to read it.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC of the specified server or virtual reseat the server. 2) Reset
CMC and wait for a few minutes. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CMC8524
Message
Arguments
116
The Mezz card 4 FRU for the serverarg1is not functioning.
•
arg1 = slot number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The Mezz card 4 FRU for the server specified in the message is not functioning or CMC is
unable to read it.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC of the specified server or virtual reseat the server. 2) Reset
CMC and wait for a few minutes. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8525
The FRU on the sleevearg1is not functioning.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The FRU on the sleeve specified in the message is not functioning or CMC is unable to read it.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC of the specified server or virtual reseat the server. 2) Reset
CMC and wait for a few minutes. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8526
Message
Arguments
Unable to retrieve the server-arg1CPU information.
•
arg1 = slot number
117
Detailed
Description
CMC is unable to obtain the CPU information from the server specified in the message. This
occurs if there is no communication between CMC and iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC. 2) Reset CMC. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8527
Unable to retrieve the server-arg1memory information.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
CMC is unable to obtain the memory information from the server specified in the message. This
occurs if there is no communication between CMC and iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Reset iDRAC. 2) Reset CMC. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2545
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CMC8528
Message
Arguments
118
Unable to make a link tuning check for server-arg1.
•
arg1 = slot number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
CMC is unable to obtain the link tuning information for the newly installed hardware (server,
Input Output Module, or Mezzanine card), or is unable to send the link tuning information to
iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure that the currently installed CMC firmware is the latest. Otherwise, update the CMC
with the latest CMC firmware and retry the operation.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2546
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8529
Unable to perform the requested action on the server-arg1, because of insufficient privileges.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The user account does not have sufficient privileges to perform the requested operation.
Server Administrator privilege is required to perform the requested action.
Recommended
Response Action
Use a different user account that has Server Administrator privilege, and retry the operation.
For more information, contact your system administrator or service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8531
Message
Unable to perform the requested action on the sleevearg1because of insufficient user
privileges.
119
Arguments
•
arg1 = sleeve number
Detailed
Description
The user account does not have sufficient privileges to perform virtual reseat operation on the
sleeve specified in the message. Server administration privilege is required to perform virtual
reseat operation.
Recommended
Response Action
Use a different user account that has server administration privileges, and retry the operation.
For more information, contact your administrator.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8533
Unable to read the FRU information, status =arg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = status value
Detailed
Description
Unable to read the header of the extended FRU information. This can occur if there is a
problem in the communication between the CMC and the server.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reinsert the server. The CMC will retry the read operation of the FRU information.
If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
120
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8534
Unable to turn on the serverarg1because the power requirement request exceeds the power
cap value.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
Unable to turn on the server specified in the message, because the available power is lesser
than the requested power.
Recommended
Response Action
In the CMC Web interface, verify the available power and server power requirements. If
sufficient power is available, retry the operation. Otherwise, increase the power cap value.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2546
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8535
Message
Arguments
Unable to turn on High Power Management for the serverarg1
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
Unable to turn on the server specified in the message because of an internal CMC error.
Recommended
Response Action
Reboot CMC and retry the operation. If the issue persists, reseat the server and retry the
operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8689
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
121
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8538
Message
Firmware version string is too long.
Detailed
Description
The length of the CMC firmware version to be sent in the message from local CMC to peer CMC
is too long. Under these conditions, CMC version in the message is displayed as 1.0.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8539
Message
Arguments
The CMCarg1is unable to logarg2event to the Hardware Log.
•
•
arg1 = slot id
arg2 = event message
Detailed
Description
CMC cannot log new events to Hardware Log if Hardware Log is full. Therefore, new events
are not written to the log unless older events are cleared. This issue also occurs if event
logging is disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Save the Hardware Log if required. 2) Clear the Hardware Log.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
122
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8540
The CMCarg1is turned on.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot id
Detailed
Description
The CMC specified in the message is turned on because of a CMC insertion or due to chassis
AC power on.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8541
Message
Arguments
The watchdog has reset the CMCarg1.
•
arg1 = slot id
Detailed
Description
The CMC specified in the message was reset by a watchdog event.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
123
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8542
The CMCarg1was restarted because of a manual reset.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot id
Detailed
Description
The CMC specified in the message was manually restarted.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8543
Message
Arguments
The CMCarg1has reset because the thermal threshold was exceeded.
•
arg1 = slot id
Detailed
Description
The CMC specified in the message has reset becaused of thermal issues.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Review the Hardware Log and check if there are fans that are not
functioning properly. 2) Replace the fans that are not functioning properly. 3) If all the fans are
functioning, check the chassis temperature in the CMC Web Interface or by using RACADM.
When the fans are functioning properly and the chassis temperature is too high, the ambient
air temperture is too high or the air inlets are not receiving sufficient air.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
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Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8545
Detected a missing process failover condition detected. Process =arg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = process name
Detailed
Description
A firmware error has occurred causing a CMC failover. The process identified in the message
was not detected. The CMC will restart automatically.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required. If multiple failovers occur, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8546
Message
Arguments
Issues identified witrh Processarg1. Failover condition detected
•
arg1 = process name
Detailed
Description
A firmware error has occurred in the internal firmware process identified in the message. This
condition will cause a CMC failover to occur. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required. A failover may result from this condition. If multiple failovers
occur, contact your service provicer.
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Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8547
Missing kernel modulearg1. Failover condition detected
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = module name
Detailed
Description
A firmware error occurred causing the failover. If this condition continues, a failover will result.
If multiple failovers occur, contact Service.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8548
Message
Unable to communicate with peer CMC.
Detailed
Description
The local CMC has lost network connection with peer CMC for more than the timeout duration.
The timeout duration is 25 seconds for primary CMC and five seconds for secondary CMC.
After detecting the error, failover is performed if secondary CMC is available, otherwise CMC is
reset.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure that the network cable is connected to the primary CMC. A Link loss was detected.
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Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8550
The chassis health isarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = health state
Detailed
Description
If the chassis health status changes, new status is logged. The possible states are Invalid,
Other, Unknown, Healthy, Non-critical, Critical, and Non-recoverable.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8551
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
The chassis health isarg1.
•
arg1 = health state
The message is dsiplayed if the chassis health is not OK (non-critical or critical). The message
after this message in the log indicates cause for the issue.
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Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8553
Message
An internal error occurred and a failover condition is detected.
Detailed
Description
An internal I2C hardware occurred and CMC initiated a failover to clear the hardware error. If
the issue persists, contact your service provider..
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8554
Message
An internal network error occurred.
Detailed
Description
An internal network error occurred. If none of the external sources have an issue, the CMC
may have a hardware issue. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Recommended
Response Action
Reseat the network cable and check the connectivity to the outbound switch.
Category
Audit
128
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8555
Message
An internal memory error has occurred and a failover condition is detected.
Detailed
Description
An internal memory error occurred affecting the configuration database and CMC has initiated
a failover . If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8557
Message
Arguments
The system health failover is requested. Codearg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The code number specified in the message is displayed after a firmware error occurs before a
failover .
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
129
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8558
Message
The system health is restored.
Detailed
Description
The system health has recovered from a failover condition.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8561
Message
Arguments
Unable to send the email toarg1after tryingarg2times.
•
•
arg1 = destination
arg2 = number
Detailed
Description
Unable to send the email alerts to the destination.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure to use a valid email address.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
130
FALSE
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8562
Message
The log is cleared.
Detailed
Description
The hardware log is cleared.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8571
Message
The coin cell battery in the primary CMC is not working.
Detailed
Description
The coin cell battery in the primary CMC is not working. The battery needs to be replaced.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the coin cell battery in the primary CMC.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8689
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
131
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8572
The coin cell battery in CMCarg1is not working.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot id
Detailed
Description
The coin cell battery in the CMC located in the slot specified in the message is not working.
The battery needs to be replaced.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the coin cell battery of the standby CMC
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8689
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CMC8563
Message
Arguments
The KVM is mapped to the server slotarg1.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The KVM is mapped to the server slot number specified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
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LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8564
Message
The KVM mapping feature is disabled.
Detailed
Description
The KVM is not mapped to any of the server slots.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8565
Message
Arguments
KVM mapping is enabled for the server slotarg1.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The KVM mapping is enabled for the server slot specified in the message. The KVM can not be
mapped to this server slot.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8566
KVM mapping is disabled for the server slotarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The KVM mapping is disabled for the server slot specified in the message. The KVM can not be
mapped to this server slot.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8567
Message
Arguments
The DVD drive is mapped to the server slotarg1.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The DVD drive is mapped to the server slot specified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
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LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8568
Message
The DVD drive mapping feature is disabled.
Detailed
Description
The DVD drive is disabled and is not mapped to any of the server slots.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8569
Message
Arguments
The server slotarg1is enabled for DVD drive mapping.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The server slot specified in the message is enabled for DVD drive mapping. The DVD drive can
be mapped to this server slot.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
135
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8570
The server slotarg1is disabled for DVD drive mapping.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The server slot specified in the message is disabled for DVD drive mapping. The DVD drive can
not be mapped to this server slot.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CMC8573
Message
Arguments
The chassis health isarg1.
•
arg1 = health state
Detailed
Description
The chassis health is critical or non-recoverable.
Recommended
Response Action
Review the Chassis log or the Chassis Management Controller(CMC) SEL log for the failure or
Export chassis log and SEL log and contact technical support .
Category
Audit
SubCategory
CMC = Chassis Management Controller
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
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LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
137
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CPU Event Messages
CPU0000
CPUarg1has an internal error (IERR).
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System event log and OS logs may indicate that the exception is external to the processor.
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Event Log and Operating System Logs. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> internal error (IERR). Contact Support
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0016
Message
Arguments
CPUarg1is operating correctly.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
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Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0001
CPUarg1has a thermal trip (over-temperature) event.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The processor temperature increased beyond the operational range. Thermal protection shut
down the processor. Factors external to the processor may have induced this exception.
Recommended
Response Action
Review logs for fan failures, replace failed fans. If no fan failures are detected, check inlet
temperature (if available) and reinstall processor heatsink.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> has a thermal trip. Check CPU heat sink
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0002
Message
Arguments
CPUarg1has failed the built-in self-test (BIST).
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
140
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0003
CPUarg1is stuck in POST.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Reduce system configuration to minimum memory and remove all PCI devices. If
system completes POST, update system BIOS. Re-install memory and PCI one component at a
time to meet the original configuration. 3) If the issue still persists, contact technical support.
Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0004
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
CPUarg1failed to initialize.
•
arg1 = number
None
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Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0005
CPUarg1configuration is unsupported.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System is unable to boot or may run in a degraded state.
Recommended
Response Action
Review product documentation for supported CPU configurations.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> configuration is unsupported. Check CPU or BIOS revision
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0021
Message
Arguments
142
CPUarg1is configured correctly.
•
arg1 = number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0006
Unrecoverable CPU complex error detected on CPUarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System is unable to boot or may run in a degraded state.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0007
Message
CPUarg1is present.
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Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0008
CPUarg1is disabled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System is unable to boot or may run in a degraded state.
Recommended
Response Action
if unexpected, check presence, and system setup (BIOS) configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
CPU0024
CPUarg1is enabled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0009
Message
Arguments
CPUarg1terminator is present.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
145
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0025
CPUarg1terminator is absent.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System is unable to boot or may run in a degraded state.
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence and reinstall the terminator.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0010
Message
Arguments
CPUarg1is throttled.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The CPU is throttled due to thermal or power conditions.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system logs for power or thermal exceptions.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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FALSE
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0800
CPUarg1voltage regulator module is present.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0816
Message
Arguments
CPUarg1voltage regulator module is absent.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded or the system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
if removal was unintended, check presence and re-install .
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
147
LCD Message
CPU <number> voltage regulator module absent. Check module
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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LCD
Power Off Power
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0801
CPUarg1voltage regulator module failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded or the system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> voltage regulator module failed. Reseat module
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0817
Message
Arguments
CPUarg1voltage regulator module is operating normally.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
148
FALSE
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0802
A predictive failure detected on CPUarg1voltage regulator module.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded or the system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0803
Message
Arguments
The power input for CPUarg1voltage regulator module is lost.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded or the system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Lost power input for CPU <number> voltage regulator module. Reseat module
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0819
The power input for CPUarg1voltage regulator module has been restored.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0804
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
150
The power input for CPUarg1voltage regulator module is outside of range.
•
arg1 = number
System performance may be degraded or the system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Power input for CPU <number> voltage regulator module is outside of range. Reseat module
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0805
The power input for CPUarg1voltage regulator module is outside of range, but it is attached to
the system.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded or the system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0806
Message
CPUarg1voltage regulator module is incorrectly configure.
151
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded or the system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Review product documentation for proper configuration and installation procedures.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> voltage regulator module incorrectly configure. Check configuration
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0822
CPUarg1voltage regulator module is configured correctly.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
CPU0700
CPUarg1initialization error detected.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System BIOS was unable to boot the processor.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 2) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 3) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> initialization error detected. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0701
Message
Arguments
CPUarg1protocol error detected.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System event log and OS logs may indicate that the exception is external to the processor.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Check system and operating system logs for exceptions. If no exceptions are found continue.
2) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 3) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 4) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> protocol error detected. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
153
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0702
Message
CPU bus parity error detected.
Detailed
Description
System event log and OS logs may indicate that the exception is external to the processor.
Recommended
Response Action
Check system and operating system logs for exceptions. If no exceptions found, remove input
power, reinstall the processor, then apply input power.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU bus parity error detected. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0703
Message
CPU bus initialization error detected.
Detailed
Description
System event log and OS logs may indicate that the exception is external to the processor.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Check system and operating system logs for exceptions. If no exceptions are found continue.
2) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 3) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 4) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU bus initialization error detected. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
154
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0704
CPUarg1machine check error detected.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System event log and OS logs may indicate that the exception is external to the processor.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Check system and operating system logs for exceptions. If no exceptions are found continue.
2) Turn system off and remove input power for one minute. Re-apply input power and turn
system on. 3) Make sure the processor is seated correctly. 4) If the issue still persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> machine check error detected. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU9000
Message
An OEM diagnostic event occurred.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
155
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0011
Uncorrectable Machine Check Exception detected on CPUarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None.
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Event Log and Operating System Logs. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Uncorrectable Machine Check Exception detected on CPU <number>. Contact Support
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CPU0012
Message
Arguments
Correctable Machine Check Exception detected on CPUarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None.
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Event Log and Operating System Logs. If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPU = Processor
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Correctable Machine Check Exception detected on CPU <number>. Check CPU
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Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
157
158
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CPUA Event Messages
CPUA0023
CPUarg1is absent
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Verify processor installation. If present, reseat the processor.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
CPUA = Proc Absent
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU <number> is absent. Check CPU
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
159
160
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CTL Event Messages
CTL1
Controller event log:arg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = message
Detailed
Description
This event is retrieved from the controller when iDRAC storage monitoring was not running.
Such events which are generated in the past are logged as informational severity.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL2
Message
Arguments
arg1rebuild rate has changed.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
You have changed the controller rebuild rate. This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
161
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL3
arg1alarm is enabled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
You have enabled the controller alarm. This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL4
Message
Arguments
arg1alarm is disabled.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
You have disabled the controller alarm. This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
162
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL5
Bad block replacement error onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
A portion of a physical disk is damaged. See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement,"
"Sense," or "Medium" Error for more information.
Recommended
Response Action
See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement," "Sense," or "Medium" Error for more
information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL6
Message
Arguments
Bad block sense error fromarg1
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
A portion of a physical disk is damaged. See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement,"
"Sense," or "Medium" Error for more information.
Recommended
Response Action
See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement," "Sense," or "Medium" Error for more
information.
Category
Storage
163
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL7
Bad block medium error onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
A portion of a physical disk is damaged. See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement,"
"Sense," or "Medium" Error for more information.
Recommended
Response Action
See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement," "Sense," or "Medium" Error for more
information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL8
Message
Arguments
Bad block extended sense error onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
A portion of a physical disk is damaged. See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement,"
"Sense," or "Medium" Error for more information.
Recommended
Response Action
See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement," "Sense," or "Medium" Error for more
information.
164
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL9
Bad block extended medium error onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
A portion of a physical disk is damaged. See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement,"
"Sense," or "Medium" Error for more information.
Recommended
Response Action
See Receive a "Bad Block" Alert with "Replacement," "Sense," or "Medium" Error for more
information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL10
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
arg1alarm has been tested.
•
arg1 = Controller name
The controller alarm test has run successfully. This alert is provided for informational
purposes.
165
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL11
Configuration onarg1was reset.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
A user operation to reset the controller configuration was performed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL12
Message
Arguments
An invalid SAS configuration has been detected onarg1. Details:arg2
•
•
166
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = error message
Detailed
Description
The controller and attached enclosures are not cabled correctly.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the storage hardware documentation for information on correct cabling
configurations.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL13
Thearg1cache has been discarded.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller has flushed the cache and all data in the cache has been lost. This may occur
when the system has memory or battery problems that cause the controller to distrust the
cache. Although user data may have been lost, this alert does not always indicate that relevant
or user data has been lost.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the battery and memory are functioning properly.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL14
Message
Single-bit ECC error limit exceeded on thearg1DIMM.
167
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller memory is malfunctioning.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the controller, contact Dell technical support at support.dell.com.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL16
None of thearg1properties are set.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
168
TRUE
FALSE
CTL17
arg1arg2is changed toarg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = Controller Name
arg2 = propertyname
arg3 = new value
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL18
Message
Arguments
Load Balance and Auto Copyback on Predictive Failure has changed forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
169
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL19
Abort CC on Error, Copyback, and Load Balance has changed forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL20
Message
Arguments
Copyback and Load Balance has changed forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
170
FALSE
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL21
Abort CC on Error and Load Balance has changed forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL22
Message
Arguments
Load Balance has changed forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
171
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL23
Copyback and Auto Copyback on Predictive Failure has changed forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL24
Message
Arguments
Abort CC on Error and Auto Copyback on Predictive Failure has changed forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
172
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL25
Auto Copyback on Predictive Failure has changed forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL26
Message
Arguments
Copyback and Abort CC on Error has changed forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
173
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL27
Thearg1alarm is silenced.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL28
Message
Arguments
The Background Initialization (BGI) rate has changed forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
174
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL29
The Patrol Read rate has changed forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL30
Message
Arguments
The Check Consistency rate has changed forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
175
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL31
Copyback is modified forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL32
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
176
Abort CC on Error is modified forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
FALSE
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL33
Thearg1debug log file has been exported.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL34
Message
Arguments
A foreign configuration was cleared onarg1.
•
arg1 = controller name
177
Detailed
Description
This is the result of a user operation.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL35
A foreign configuration was imported onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The operation to import foreign configuration (virtual disks, host spares, and so on) completed
successfully.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the foreign configuration was successfully imported by viewing the virtual disks and hot
spares. See the hardware documentation for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL36
Message
Arguments
178
The Patrol Read mode has changed forarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL37
A Patrol Read operation started forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
A patrol read operation was initiated by the controller or the user.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL38
Message
Arguments
The Patrol Read operation completed forarg1.
•
arg1 = controller name
179
Detailed
Description
The patrol read task ended.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL39
Thearg1reconstruct rate has changed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL40
Message
Arguments
180
Multi-bit ECC error onarg1DIMM.
•
arg1 = Controller name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
An error involving multiple bits has been encountered during a read or write operation. The
error correction algorithm recalculates parity data during read and write operations. If an error
involves only a single bit, it may be possible for the error correction algorithm to correct the
error and maintain parity data. An error involving multiple bits, however, generally indicates
data loss. In some cases, if the multi-bit error occurs during a read operation, then the data on
the disk may be ok. If the multi-bit error occurs during a write operation, then data loss has
occurred.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM). The DIMM is a part of the controller battery
pack. Refer to the storage hardware documentation for information on replacing the DIMM.
You may need to restore data from backup.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL41
Single-bit ECC error onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
An error involving a single bit has been encountered during a read or write operation. The error
correction algorithm has corrected this error.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
181
CTL42
Enclosure Management Module (EMM) hot plug is not supported onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
An attempt to hot plug an Enclosure Management Module (EMM) has been detected.
Recommended
Response Action
If the new enclosure and its device are not detected by the operating system, try restarting
your system to verify the newly attached enclosure and its sub-components are detected. See
the hardware documentation for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL43
Message
Arguments
Diagnostic messagearg1fromarg2
•
•
arg1 = args
arg2 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes. The text for this alert is generated by the
utility that ran the diagnostics and can vary depending on the situation.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
182
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL44
Diagnostic messagearg1fromarg2
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = message
arg2 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
A diagnostics test failed. The text for this message is generated by the tool that ran the
diagnostics and can vary depending on the situation.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the storage hardware documentation for more information on the diagnostic test.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL45
Message
Arguments
Single-bit ECC error onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM) is beginning to malfunction.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM) to avoid data loss or data corruption. The
DIMM is a part of the controller battery pack. Refer to hardware documentation for information
on replacing the DIMM.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
183
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL46
Single-bit ECC error. Thearg1DIMM is critically degraded.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM) is malfunctioning. Data loss or data corruption may
occur..
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the DIMM immediately to avoid data loss or data corruption. The DIMM is a part of the
controller battery pack. Refer to the storage hardware documentation for information on
replacing the DIMM.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL47
Message
Arguments
Single-bit ECC error onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM) is malfunctioning. Data loss or data corruption may
occur. The DIMM must be replaced immediately.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the DIMM immediately. The DIMM is a part of the controller battery pack. Refer to
your hardware documentation for information on replacing the DIMM.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
184
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL48
A foreign configuration was detected onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller has physical disks that were moved from another controller or have been
removed and replaced on the current configuration. These physical disks contain virtual disks
that were created on the current or other controller. See the storage hardware documentation
for Import Foreign Configuration and Clear Foreign Configuration for more information. Foreign
configuration is seen when a controller is replaced.
Recommended
Response Action
Import or clear the detected foreign configuration using a configuration tool or utility.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL49
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
The NVRAM has corrupted data onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
The NVRAM has corrupted data. This may occur after a power surge, a battery failure, or for
other reasons. The controller is reinitializing the NVRAM.
185
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required as the controller is taking the required corrective action.
However, If this message is generated often (such as during each reboot), then replace the
controller.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL50
Thearg1NVRAM has corrupt data.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The NVRAM has corrupt data. The controller is unable to correct the situation.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the controller.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL51
Message
Arguments
arg1SAS port report:arg2
•
•
186
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = message
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The text for this message is generated by the controller during runtime and can vary depending
on the situation.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure the SAS cables attached to the enclosure/backplane are attached securely. Refer
to the storage hardware documentation for more information on checking the cables. Contact
technical support if the issue persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL52
arg1SAS port report:arg2
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes. The text for this alert is generated by the
controller and can vary depending on the situation.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL53
Message
A controller hot plug has been detected.
187
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL54
arg1event log:arg2
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes. The text for this alert is generated by the
controller and can vary depending on the situation.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL55
Message
188
arg1event log:arg2
FALSE
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
The text for this alert is generated by the controller and can vary depending on the situation.
This text is from events in the controller event log that were generated while Storage
Management was not running.
Recommended
Response Action
If there is a problem, review the controller event log and the Server Administrator alert log for
significant events or alerts that may assist in diagnosing the problem. Verify the health of the
storage components. See the hardware documentation for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL56
Message
Arguments
arg1event log:arg2
•
•
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
The text for this alert is generated by the controller and can vary depending on the situation.
This text is from events in the controller event log that were generated while Storage
Management was not running.
Recommended
Response Action
See the hardware documentation for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
189
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL57
The factory default settings were restored onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller Name
Detailed
Description
The controller was reset to factory default configuration settings.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL58
Message
Arguments
arg1SAS SMP communications errorarg2
•
•
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
The text for this alert is generated by the firmware and can vary depending on the situation.
The reference to SMP in this text refers to SAS Management Protocol.
Recommended
Response Action
There may be a SAS topology error. See the hardware documentation for information on
correct SAS topology configurations. There may be problems with the cables such as a loose
connection or an invalid cabling configuration. See the Cables Attached Correctly section for
more information on checking the cables. See the hardware documentation for information on
correct cabling configurations. Verify that the firmware version is supported.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
190
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL59
arg1SAS expander error:arg2
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
There may be a problem with the enclosure. Verify the health of the enclosure and its
components. To verify the health of the enclosure, select the enclosure object in the tree view.
The Health sub-tab displays a red X or yellow exclamation point for enclosure components that
are failed or degraded. See the enclosure documentation for more information.
Recommended
Response Action
There may be a problem with the enclosure. Verify the health of the enclosure and its
components. To verify the health of the enclosure, select the enclosure object in the tree view.
The Health sub-tab displays a red X or yellow exclamation mark for enclosure components that
are failed or degraded. See the enclosure documentation for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL60
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
A user has discarded data from thearg1cache.
•
arg1 = Controller name
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
191
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL61
Physical disks found missing from configuration during boot time onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller has detected a change in the storage configuration between since its last shut
down. This can generally happen if some configured physical disks are removed from the
system when the system was shutdown.
Recommended
Response Action
Shut down the system. Re-insert the removed physical disks and re-start the system.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL62
Message
Arguments
arg1onarg2has missing drives and will go offline at boot.
•
•
192
arg1 = VD names
arg2 = Controller name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
Physical disk(s) have been removed from a virtual disk. The virtual disk will be in Failed state
during the next system reboot. This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL63
Previous configuration was found completely missing during time boot onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller is unable to retrieve storage configuration saved during last shut down. This can
generally happen if some configured physical disks are removed from the system when the
system was shutdown.
Recommended
Response Action
Shut down the system. Re-insert the removed physical disks and re-start the system.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL64
Message
Attempted to import Unsupported Virtual Disk type RAIDarg1onarg2.
193
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = args
arg2 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL65
Attempted to import Unsupported Virtual Disk type RAIDarg1onarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = args
arg2 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
194
TRUE
FALSE
CTL66
Attempted to import Unsupported Virtual Disk type RAIDarg1onarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = args
arg2 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL67
Message
Arguments
Attempted to import Virtual Disk with missing span onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
195
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL68
Attempted to import Virtual Disk with missing Physical Disk onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL69
Message
Arguments
Attempted to import virtual disk with outdated physical disk information onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
196
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL70
Attempted to import an orphan drive onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL71
Message
Arguments
Attempted to import an incompatible Physical Disk onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
197
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL72
The foreign configuration overflow has occurred onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
There is too much foreign configuration data to be imported in one attempt.
Recommended
Response Action
Import these foreign configurations in multiple attempts.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL73
Message
Arguments
Foreign configuration is imported only partially. Some configurations failed to import onarg1.
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
198
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL74
Preserved cache detected onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller has preserved data in the cache from a virtual disk, which it can no longer
locate. No data loss has occurred as the controller is saving these operations in its cache.
Recommended
Response Action
Check for the existence of a foreign configuration and import if any. Check that enclosures are
cabled correctly.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL75
Message
Arguments
Preserved cache discarded onarg1.
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller cache was discarded by the user. Data may have been lost or corrupted.
Recommended
Response Action
If data was corrupted or lost, restore the data to the disk from a backup copy.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
199
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL78
Firmware imagearg1is flashing onarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = args
arg2 = Controller Name
Detailed
Description
This alert message occurs if controller firmware is flashed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL77
Message
Arguments
Flash of new firmware image(s) completed onarg1
•
arg1 = Controller Name
Detailed
Description
This alert message occurs if controller firmware is flashed successfully.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
200
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL76
A configuration command could not be committed to disk onarg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller encountered errors while applying the configuration on the physical disks. The
configuration command applied has not taken effect.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the failed configuration command or try with a different set of physical disks. Contact
technical support if the problem persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL79
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Controller inarg1is not supported and will not be powered on.
•
arg1 = controller slot
This controller does not support features required for this chassis. This controller will not be
powered on to prevent data loss.
201
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the controller with a supported controller.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL80
arg1experienced the following warning during startup:arg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = controller name
arg2 = controller message
Detailed
Description
The controller experienced a problem during statup. The message from the controller is
recorded in the Lifecycle Log.
Recommended
Response Action
For the list of possible remedies for this warning, see Troubleshooting section in the Dell
Shared PowerEdge RAID Controller (SPERC8) documentation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL81
Message
Arguments
arg1has entered safe mode with limited functionality due toarg2
•
•
202
arg1 = Controller name
arg2 = controller message
Detailed
Description
The controller experienced a problem during statup. The message from the controller is
recorded in the Lifecycle Log.
Recommended
Response Action
For the list of possible remedies for this warning, see Troubleshooting section in the Dell
Shared PowerEdge RAID Controller (SPERC8) documentation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL82
arg1is functioning normally.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller is opperating normally.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LCD;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
CTL83
Message
Arguments
Communication witharg1has been lost.
•
arg1 = controller name
203
Detailed
Description
The management controller cannot communicate with the storage controller. This may be due
to a loss of functionality in the PCIe subsystem, a failure in the storage controller, or a failure of
the management controller.
Recommended
Response Action
Restart the system. If the controller does not come back online after a restart contact your
service provider.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
CTL84
arg1is running an unsupported firmware version.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Controller Name
Detailed
Description
The firmware on the controller is not supported by this version of the CMC. This may result in
degraded functionality.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the CMC Firmware to the latest version available or revert the controller firmware to a
previous version.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
CTL85
Message
204
arg1is operating at less than optimal bandwidth.
FALSE
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller experienced a PCIe training error and is operating at less than full bandwith.
Users may notice a reduction in storage perforumance until this is corrected.
Recommended
Response Action
Powercycle the chassis. If the controller does not report optimal speed after the powercycle
contact your service provider.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
CTL = Storage Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
205
206
11
DKM Event Messages
DKM1000
Message
A network problem detected. Cannot contact key management server.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check for network connectivity. Review network, server, and client configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
DKM = Dell Key Mngr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
DKM1001
Message
The key management service is operating correctly.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
DKM = Dell Key Mngr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
207
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
DKM1002
Message
Key management server certificate problem detected.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check server configuration and certificates
Category
System Health
SubCategory
DKM = Dell Key Mngr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
DKM1004
Message
The key management server received a bad request.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check for network connectivity. Review network, server, and client configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
DKM = Dell Key Mngr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
208
FALSE
FALSE
DKM1006
Message
Key management server error detected.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review server error logs for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
DKM = Dell Key Mngr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Key management server error. Check configuration
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
209
210
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ENC Event Messages
ENC40
A new enclosure was detected onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = controller name
Detailed
Description
The controller detected a new enclosure. This is due either to a hot plug of an enclosure, or a
power state change of an enclosure. In addition, this message is generated if the daisy chain
order of the enclosures changes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC1
Message
Arguments
arg1was inserted.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Management Module Name
Detailed
Description
An Enclosure Management Module (EMM) has failed is inserted into the enclosure.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
211
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC2
arg1was removed..
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Management Module Name
Detailed
Description
An Enclosure Management Module (EMM) was removed.
Recommended
Response Action
Reinsert the Enclosure Management Module (EMM). See the storage hardware documentation
for information on replacing the EMM.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC3
Message
Arguments
arg1is shutdown.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
The physical disk enclosure is either hotter or cooler than the maximum or minimum allowable
temperature range.
Recommended
Response Action
Check for factors that may cause overheating or excessive cooling. For example, verify that the
enclosure fan is working. You should also check the thermostat settings and examine whether
the enclosure is located near a heat source. Make sure the enclosure has enough ventilation
and that the room temperature is not too hot or too cold. Refer to the enclosure documentation
for more diagnostic information.
212
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC4
arg1firmware mismatch.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
The firmware on the EMM modules is not the same version. It is required that both modules
have the same version of the firmware. This alert may be caused when you attempt to insert an
EMM module that has a different firmware version than an existing module.
Recommended
Response Action
Download the same version of the firmware to both EMM modules.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4338
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC5
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Redundancy onarg1is degraded
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
One or more of the enclosure components has failed. For example, a fan or power supply may
have failed. Although the enclosure is currently operational, the failure of additional
components could cause the enclosure to fail.
213
Recommended
Response Action
Identify and replace the failed component. To identify the failed component, select the
enclosure in the tree view and click the Health subtab. Any failed component will be identified
with a red X on the enclosures Health subtab. Alternatively, you can select the Storage object
and click the Health subtab. The controller status displayed on the Health subtab indicates
whether a controller has a failed or degraded component. See the enclosure documentation
for information on replacing enclosure components and for other diagnostic information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4338
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC6
Message
Arguments
Communication timeout onarg1.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
The controller is unable to communicate with an enclosure. There are several reasons for
communication loss. For example, there may be a bad or loose cable. An unusual amount of I/O
may also interrupt communication with the enclosure. In addition, communication loss may be
caused by software, hardware, or firmware problems, bad or failed power supplies, and
enclosure shutdown.
Recommended
Response Action
Check for problems with the cables. See the Cables attached correctly section for more
information on checking the cables. You should also check to see if the enclosure has
degraded or failed components. To do this, select the enclosure object in the tree view and
click the Health subtab. The Health subtab displays the status of the enclosure components.
Verify that the controller has the supported driver and firmware versions installed and that
each Enclosure Management Modules (EMMs) are running the same version of supported
firmware.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4338
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
214
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC7
Thearg1alarm was enabled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
You have enabled the enclosure alarm. This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC8
Message
Arguments
Thearg1alarm was disabled.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
You have disabled the enclosure alarm.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
215
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC9
Thearg1asset tag was changed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
You have changed the enclosure asset tag. This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC10
Message
Arguments
Thearg1asset name was changed.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
You have changed the enclosure asset name. This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
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LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC11
Thearg1service tag was changed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
An enclosure service tag was changed. In most circumstances, this service tag should only be
changed by Dell support.
Recommended
Response Action
Ensure that the service tag was changed under authorized circumstances.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC12
Message
Arguments
Communication resumed onarg1.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
Communication with an enclosure has been restored. This alert is provided for informational
purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
217
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC13
Unsupported configuration detected onarg1.arg2arg3
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
arg2 = EMM0 1
arg3 = EMM1 2
Detailed
Description
An unsupported configuration was detected. The SCSI rate of the Enclosure Management
Modules (EMMs) are not the same.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace one of the EMMs with the matching SCSI rate EMM.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4338
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC14
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
218
The number of enclosures connected onarg1has exceeded the maximum limit supported by the
controller.
•
arg1 = controller name
There are too many enclosures attached to the controller port. When the enclosure limit is
exceeded, the controller loses contact with all enclosures attached to the port. This is an
unsupported configuration.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove the extra enclosures. Refer to the storage hardware documentation for maximum
number of enclosures that can be connected.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
ENC15
An enclosure blink operation has initiated onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC16
Message
Arguments
An enclosure blink has ceased onarg1.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
219
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC17
An Enclosure Management Module (EMM) has been discovered onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
ENC18
Message
Arguments
220
Communication witharg1was lost.
•
arg1 = enclosure name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The controller has lost communication with an Enclosure Management Module (EMM). The
cables may be loose or defective.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure the cables are attached securely. See the storage hardware documentation for
more information on checking the cables. Reboot the system.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC19
arg1has failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Management Module Name
Detailed
Description
An Enclosure Management Module (EMM) has failed. The failure may be caused by a loss of
power to the EMM. The EMM self-test may also have identified a failure. There may also be a
firmware problem or a multi-bit error.
Recommended
Response Action
Reseat the Enclosure Management Module (EMM). See the storage hardware documentation
for information on replacing the EMM. Replace the EMM. Contact technical support if the issue
persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC21
Message
arg1has been removed.
221
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure elements name
Detailed
Description
A device has been removed and the system is no longer functioning in optimal condition.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the device.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC22
Thearg1has a bad sensorarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
The enclosure has a bad sensor. The enclosure sensors monitor the fan speeds, temperature
probes, and so on.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the storage hardware documentation for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4338
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
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TRUE
FALSE
ENC23
arg1Bad PHYarg2
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
There is a problem with a physical connection or PHY.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact the Dell Technical Support at support.dell.com.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC24
Message
Arguments
Communication witharg1is intermittent.
•
arg1 = enclosure name
Detailed
Description
The controller is not receiving a consistent response from the enclosure. There could be a
firmware problem or an invalid cabling configuration. If the cables are too long, they degrade
the signal.
Recommended
Response Action
Power down all enclosures attached to the system and reboot . If the problem persists,
upgrade the firmware to the latest supported version. Verify the cable configuration is valid.
See the storage hardware documentation for valid cabling configurations.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
223
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC25
arg1has a hardware error.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = enclosure name
Detailed
Description
The enclosure or an enclosure component is in a Failed or Degraded state.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the health of the enclosure and its components. See the storage hardware
documentation for more information. Contact technical support.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC26
Message
Arguments
arg1is not responding.
•
arg1 = enclosure name
Detailed
Description
The enclosure or an enclosure component is in a Failed or Degraded state. It is not responding
to storage management commands or there is a connectivity problem between the controller
and enclosure.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the health of the enclosure and its components. See the hardware documentation to for
more information. Contact technical support.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4337
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
224
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC27
SAS or SATA mixing of physical disks is not supported within thearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
The enclosure cannot support both SAS and SATA physical disks. Physical disks may be
disabled. This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC28
Message
Arguments
Enclosure Management Module (EMM) firmware version mismatch detected inarg1.arg2arg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = enclosure name
arg2 = EMM 0 version
arg3 = EMM 1 version
Detailed
Description
The firmware on the EMM modules is not the same version. Both modules must have the same
firmware version. This message is caused when you attempt to insert an EMM module that has
a different firmware version than an existing module.
Recommended
Response Action
Upgrade to the same version of the firmware on both EMM modules.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
225
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4338
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
ENC29
arg1temperature has returned to normal.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
ENC30
Message
Arguments
arg1firmware download is in-progress.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
226
FALSE
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC31
Firmware download onarg1has failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
The system was unable to download firmware to the enclosure. The controller may have lost
communication with the enclosure. There may have been problems with the data transfer or
the download media may be corrupt.
Recommended
Response Action
Attempt to download the enclosure firmware again. If problems continue, verify that the
controller can communicate with the enclosure. Make sure that the enclosure is powered ON.
Refer to the storage hardware documentation for information on checking the cables.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4338
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC32
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Storage Enclosure Processor (SEP) forarg1has been rebooted.
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
The SEP has been rebooted as part of the firmware download operation and will be unavailable
until the operation completes.
227
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
ENC33
Redundancy onarg1is normal.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Enclosure Name
Detailed
Description
Data redundancy has been restored to an enclosure that previously suffered a loss of
redundancy.
Recommended
Response Action
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
ENC = Storage Enclosr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4339
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
228
TRUE
FALSE
13
FAN Event Messages
FAN8500
Message
Enhanced Cooling Mode is Enabled
Detailed
Description
Enabling Enhanced Cooling Mode will provide increased airflow capability to the blades by
increasing the maximum allowable blower speed at the cost of increased power consumption.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FAN8501
Message
Enhanced Cooling Mode is Disabled
Detailed
Description
Disabling Enhanced Cooling Mode allows for reduced power consumption by reducing the
maximum speed of the blowers while still providing sufficient blade airflow.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
229
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FAN8502
The blowerarg1is not detected, because it may not be operating optimally. Check for the
availability of latest CMC firmware.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
The current CMC firmware did not detect the blower identified in the message. To resolve the
issue, update the firmware. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure that CMC is using the latest firmware, and then retry the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FAN1001
Message
Arguments
arg1has been inserted.
•
arg1 = Fan Sensor Name
Detailed
Description
The enclosure detected that a fan was inserted.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4203
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
230
FALSE
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FAN1002
arg1has failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Fan Sensor Name
Detailed
Description
The enclosure detected that a fan has failed and the enclosure is no longer functioning in
optimal condition..
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4201
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FAN1000
Message
Arguments
arg1was removed.
•
arg1 = Fan Sensor Name
Detailed
Description
The enclosure detected that a fan was removed and the enclosure is no longer functioning in
optimal condition..
Recommended
Response Action
Re-insert the fan into the enclosure. Contact technical support if the issue persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4201
231
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FAN0000
Fanarg1RPM is less than the lower warning threshold.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fan is not performing optimally. The fan may be installed improperly or may be failing.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the fan at the next scheduled service window. If the issue persists,
contact technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact
method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2154
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FAN0001
Message
Arguments
Fanarg1RPM is less than the lower critical threshold.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fan is not performing optimally. The fan may be installed improperly or may be failing.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the fan. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer to the
product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
232
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2153
LCD Message
Fan <number> RPM is outside of range. Check fan.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FAN0002
Fanarg1RPM is greater than the upper warning threshold.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fan is not performing optimally. The fan may be installed improperly or may be failing.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the fan at the next scheduled service window. If the issue persists,
contact technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact
method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2154
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FAN0003
Message
Arguments
Fanarg1RPM is greater than the upper critical threshold.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fan is not performing optimally. The fan may be installed improperly or may be failing.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the fan. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer to the
product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2153
LCD Message
Fan <number> RPM is outside of range. Check fan.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FAN0004
Fanarg1RPM is outside of range.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fan is not performing optimally. The fan may be installed improperly or may be failing.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the fan. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer to the
product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2153
LCD Message
Fan <number> RPM is outside of range. Check fan.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FAN0005
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
234
Fanarg1RPM is within range.
•
None
arg1 = number
FALSE
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2155
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FAN0006
Fanarg1is removed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fan may be required for optimal performance.
Recommended
Response Action
If unintentional, install a fan.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2153
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FAN0007
Message
Arguments
Fanarg1was inserted.
•
arg1 = number
235
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2155
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FAN0008
Fanarg1is present.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2155
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FAN0009
Message
Arguments
236
Fanarg1is absent.
•
arg1 = number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The fan may be required for optimal performance.
Recommended
Response Action
If unintentional, install a fan.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2153
LCD Message
Fan <number> is absent. Check Fan.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FAN0010
Fanarg1is disabled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fan may be required for optimal performance.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FAN0011
Message
Arguments
Fanarg1is enabled.
•
arg1 = number
237
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FAN0013
arg1RPM is less than the lower critical threshold.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
The cooling device is not performing optimally. The cooling device may be installed improperly
or may be failing.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the cooling device. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer
to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2153
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FAN0015
Message
Arguments
238
arg1RPM is greater than the upper critical threshold.
•
arg1 = name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The cooling device is not performing optimally. The cooling device may be installed improperly
or may be failing.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the cooling device. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer
to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2153
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FAN0017
arg1RPM is within range.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
FAN = Fan Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2155
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
239
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FCD Event Messages
FCD8500
Unable to apply thearg1configuration. The affected servers (slotarg2) are not turned off.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = configuration name
arg2 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The server specified in the message must be turned off or the server slot must be empty before
changing the FlexAddress configuration.
Recommended
Response Action
Turn off the server and retry the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FCD = Feature Card
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FCD8501
Message
Arguments
The feature is deactivated:arg1.
•
arg1 = feature name
Detailed
Description
The FlexAddress, FlexAddress+ or extended storage feature is deactivated. Turn chassis off
and remove the feature card.
Recommended
Response Action
Turn chassis off and remove the feature card.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FCD = Feature Card
241
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FCD8503
The feature is activated in the chassis:arg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = feature name
Detailed
Description
Chassis already has the feature identified in the message activated. Only one instance of a
feature can be activated at a time. If the feature must be activated on the new card, it must be
deactivated before activating.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FCD = Feature Card
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FCD8504
Message
The feature was previously activated on another chassis.
Detailed
Description
The card was installed installed and activated on another chassis. To use this card, it must be
deactivated (uninstalled) on the other chassis.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove the card and install it on the chassis where the feature is activated. To use this card
on a different chassis, it must be deactivated (uninstalled) on the chassis where it is activated
before activating it on the desired chassis.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FCD = Feature Card
242
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FCD8505
Message
The features cannot be deactivated when the chassis is turned on.
Detailed
Description
Features cannot be be deactivated when the chassis is turned on.
Recommended
Response Action
Turn off the chassis via the Web interface or RACADM command line interface before
deactivating the feature. To turn off the chassis using Racadm type "racadm chassisaction -m
chassis powerdown". To deactivate the feature using RACADM, type "racadm <feature> -d"
where <feature> is the name of the feature to be deactivated.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FCD = Feature Card
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FCD8531
Message
Arguments
Unable to activate thearg1. The chassis service tag is unavailable.
•
arg1 = feature name
Detailed
Description
THe CMC is not responding. The chassis has the factory-programmed service tag.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
FCD = Feature Card
243
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
244
FALSE
FALSE
15
HWC Event Messages
HWC8502
Message
The KVM interconnect is connected.
Detailed
Description
The KVM cable is connected.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC8501
Message
The KVM interconnect is not connected or is improperly connected.
Detailed
Description
The cable may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
245
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC8503
Message
The control panel is online
Detailed
Description
The control panel is available
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC8504
Message
Cannot communicate with control panel.
Detailed
Description
The control panel is unavailable
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to the
product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
246
TRUE
FALSE
HWC8505
Control panel firmware updatearg1complete
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = version
Detailed
Description
The control panel firmware has been updated
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC8506
Message
Unable to update control panel firmware
Detailed
Description
Control panel firmware update operation was not successful. The firmware Image file could
not be transferred.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to the
product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
247
HWC1001
Thearg1is absent.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
The absent device may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be
degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install or reconnect the hardware.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
The <name> is absent. Check hardware
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1000
Message
Arguments
Thearg1is present.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
248
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1002
Thearg1is disabled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
If device disabled unexpectedly, re-enable device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1003
Message
Arguments
Thearg1is enabled.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
249
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1005
Message
The storage adapter is absent.
Detailed
Description
The storage adapter may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be
degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Install storage adapter.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
The storage adapter is absent. Check hardware
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1004
Message
The storage adapter is present.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
250
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1006
Message
The storage adapter is disabled.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
If adapter disabled unexpectedly, re-enable the storage adapter.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1007
Message
The storage adapter is enabled.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
251
HWC2000
Thearg1cable or interconnect is connected.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC2001
Message
Arguments
Thearg1cable or interconnect is not connected or is improperly connected.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
The cable may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
The <name> cable or interconnect failure. Check connection
Initial Default.
LC Log
252
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC2002
The storagearg1cable or interconnect is connected.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC2003
Message
Arguments
The storagearg1cable is not connected, or is improperly connected.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
The cable may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
Storage <name> cable or interconnect failure. Check connection
253
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC2004
The system boardarg1cable or interconnect is connected.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC2005
Message
Arguments
The system boardarg1cable or interconnect is not connected, or is improperly connected.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
The cable may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
254
LCD Message
System board <name> cable or interconnect failure. Check connection
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC1009
Message
The backplane is absent.
Detailed
Description
The backplane may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
If removal was unintended, check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
The backplane is absent. Check hardware
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1008
Message
The backplane is present.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
255
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1010
Message
The backplane is disabled.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
If disabled unexpectedly, re-enable backplane.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1011
Message
The backplane is enabled.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
256
FALSE
FALSE
HWC3000
Thearg1is removed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
The removed device may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be
degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
If removal was unintended, check presence, then re-install or reconnect
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC3001
Message
Arguments
Thearg1is inserted.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
257
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC2006
Thearg1is not installed correctly.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
The device may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
<name> is not installed correctly. Check connection
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC2007
Message
Arguments
Thearg1is installed correctly.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
258
FALSE
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4000
Message
A hardware incompatibility detected between BMC/iDRAC firmware and CPU.
Detailed
Description
A hardware incompatibility was detected between BMC/iDRAC firmware and Processor(s). An
iDRAC or BMC firmware update is needed.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the BMC/iDRAC firmware. If the problem persists, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Incompatibility between BMC/iDRAC firmware and CPU. Update firmware
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4001
Message
A hardware incompatibility was corrected between BMC/iDRAC firmware and CPU.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
259
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4002
Message
A hardware incompatibility detected between BMC/iDRAC firmware and other hardware.
Detailed
Description
A hardware incompatibility was detected between BMC/iDRAC firmware and other hardware.
An iDRAC or BMC firmware update is needed.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the BMC/iDRAC firmware. If the problem persists, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4003
Message
A hardware incompatibility was corrected between BMC/iDRAC firmware and other hardware.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
260
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4010
Hardware successfully updated for mezzanine cardarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4011
Message
Arguments
Hardware unsuccessfully updated for mezzanine cardarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence, re-install or reconnect, then re-attempt the update. If the problem persists,
contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
261
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4012
Message
Hardware successfully updated for embedded NIC.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4013
Message
Hardware unsuccessfully updated for embedded NIC.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence, re-install or reconnect, then re-attempt the update. If the problem persists,
contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
262
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4014
Message
Link Tuning data successfully updated.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC4015
Message
Link Tuning error detected.
Detailed
Description
CMC has old firmware and does not recognize the new device which has requested link tuning
information. After updating the firmware the CMC will recognize the device.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the CMC firmware. If the problem persists, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC2008
Message
A fabric mismatch detected for mezzanine cardarg1.
263
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fabric type for the IOM and mezzanine cards must match. Once an IOM or mezzanine card
is inserted into the chassis, the fabric type is then set for the CMC and the CMC will ensure that
all subsequent IOMs and mezzanine cards match.
Recommended
Response Action
Check chassis fabric type in CMC GUI and compare to the type of IOM or mezzanine card.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC2009
Mezzanine cardarg1is installed correctly.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
264
FALSE
FALSE
HWC2010
Message
The riser board cable or interconnect is connected.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC2011
Message
The riser board cable or interconnect is not connected, or is improperly connected.
Detailed
Description
The riser blade cable may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be
degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Riser board cable or interconnect failure. Check connection
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1013
Message
The USB cable is absent.
265
Detailed
Description
The USB cable may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
If removal was unintended, check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
The USB cable is absent. Check cable
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1012
Message
The USB cable is present.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC5000
Message
Arguments
266
arg1is online.
•
arg1 = name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC5001
arg1is offline.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
If unexpected, check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5002
Message
Arguments
A fabric mismatch detected onarg1.
•
arg1 = name
267
Detailed
Description
The fabric type for the IOM and mezzanine cards must match. Once an IOM or mezzanine card
is inserted into the chassis, the fabric type is then set for the CMC and the CMC will ensure that
all subsequent IOMs and mezzanine cards match.
Recommended
Response Action
Check chassis fabric type in CMC GUI and compare to the type of IOM or mezzanine card.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC5003
arg1is operating correctly.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC5004
Message
268
A link tuning failure detected onarg1.
FALSE
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
CMC has old firmware and does not recognize the new device which has requested link tuning
information. After updating the firmware the CMC will recognize the device.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the CMC firmware. If the problem persists, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5006
A failure is detected onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
269
HWC5008
Console is not available for thearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC5010
Message
Arguments
arg1cannot detect any hosts.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
270
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC5012
On screen display (OSCAR) is not functional for thearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC5014
Message
Arguments
arg1is not functional and is powered off.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
271
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC5030
IO modulearg1is online.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5031
Message
Arguments
IO modulearg1is offline.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The CMC has powered off the IOM.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
272
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5032
A fabric mismatch detected on IO modulearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The fabric type for IOMs on the same chassis fabric must match.
Recommended
Response Action
Check chassis fabric type in CMC GUI and compare to the type of both IOMs.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5033
Message
Arguments
IO modulearg1is operating correctly.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
273
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5034
A link tuning failure detected on IO modulearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Link tuning table not supported for this IO modular.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the CMC firmware. If the problem persists, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5036
Message
Arguments
A failure is detected on IO modulearg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The IOM module performance may be impact.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
274
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC3002
Serverarg1is removed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
If removal was unintended, check presence, then re-insert
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC3003
Message
Arguments
Serverarg1was inserted.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
275
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC3004
IO modulearg1is removed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
If removal was unintended, check presence, then re-insert
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC3005
Message
Arguments
IO modulearg1was inserted.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
276
FALSE
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC7000
Serverarg1health changed to a normal state.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC7002
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Serverarg1health changed to a warning state from a normal state.
•
arg1 = number
Server <number> health changed to a warning state from a normal state.
277
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Log or front panel for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC7004
Serverarg1health changed to a critical state from either a normal or warning state.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Server <number> health changed to a critical state from either a normal or warning state.
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Log or front panel for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC7006
Message
Arguments
278
Serverarg1health changed to a non-recoverable state from a less severe state.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Server <number> health changed to a non-recoverable state from a less severe state.
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Log or front panel for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC7008
Serverarg1health changed to a warning state from more severe state.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Server <number> health changed to a warning state from more severe state.
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Log or front panel for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC7010
Message
Arguments
Serverarg1health changed to a critical state from a non-recoverable state.
•
arg1 = number
279
Detailed
Description
Server <number> health changed to a critical state from a non-recoverable state.
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Log or front panel for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC7012
Serverarg1health changed to a non-recoverable state.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Server <number> health changed to a non-recoverable state.
Recommended
Response Action
Review System Log or front panel for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC6000
Message
Arguments
280
Thearg1controller is offline.
•
arg1 = name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
Information and status from the controller is unavailable.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to the
product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2330
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC6001
Thearg1controller is online.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC6002
Message
Arguments
Thearg1controller is stuck in boot mode.
•
arg1 = name
281
Detailed
Description
Information and status from the controller is unavailable.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to the
product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC6003
Thearg1controller is booting.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC6004
Message
Arguments
282
Cannot communicate witharg1controller.
•
arg1 = name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
Information and status from the controller is unavailable.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to the
product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC6005
Communications restored forarg1controller.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC1015
Message
Arguments
The mezzanine cardarg1is absent.
•
arg1 = number
283
Detailed
Description
The mezzanine card may be necessary for proper operation. System functionality may be
degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
If removal was unintended, check presence, then re-install or reconnect.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1014
The mezzanine cardarg1is present.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC4016
Message
Arguments
284
Hardware incompatibility detected with mezzanine cardarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The system has detected a mezzanine card that is not supported on this system.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Review system documentation for supported mezzanine cards. 2) Replace mezzanine card
with a supported mezzanine card.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
HWC1100
Thearg1was installed in slotarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = name
arg2 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC1101
Message
Thearg1is removed from slotarg2.
285
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = name
arg2 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC2012
A fabric mismatch detected on fabricarg1with server in slotarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = name
arg2 = number
Detailed
Description
The fabric type on the server does not matach that of the IO module.
Recommended
Response Action
Check chassis fabric type in CMC GUI and compare to the type of IOM or mezzanine card.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
286
TRUE
FALSE
HWC2013
Fabric mismatch corrected on fabricarg1with server in slotarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = name
arg2 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC2014
Message
Arguments
A hardware misconfiguration detected onarg1.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure the hardware is installed correctly. Refer to the product documentation for correct
configuration and installation procedures.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
A hardware misconfiguration detected on <name>. Check hardware
Initial Default.
LC Log
287
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC2015
Thearg1is configured correctly.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5035
Message
Arguments
An over-temperature event detected on I/O modulearg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The I/O module over heated.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Make sure fans are installed and working correctly. 2) Check the
temperature sensor status for the chassis and make sure it is within the chassis operating
temperature range. 3) Reseat the I/O module to clear the over-temperature condition. If the
problem persists, contact the service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
288
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC5037
I/O modulearg1failed to boot.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The firmware on the I/O module did not boot. The problem may be because the I/O module is
not inserted correctly.
Recommended
Response Action
Reseat I/O module. If problem persists, contact the service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
HWC1201
Message
Arguments
Thearg1was removed from slotarg2.
•
•
arg1 = name
arg2 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
289
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2329
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
HWC1200
Thearg1was inserted in slotarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = name
arg2 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
HWC = Hardware Config
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2331
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
290
TRUE
FALSE
16
IOV Event Messages
IOV000
Message
Successfully completed the operation.
Detailed
Description
This operation was successful.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV001
Message
The operation contains an invalid request or argument.
Detailed
Description
The operation or operation parameter sent to the Chassis Manager is invalid or not supported.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to Chassis Manager product documentation to determine the
contact method for the service provider.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
291
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV002
Message
Unable to create or allocate the required resources.
Detailed
Description
The error occurs because of the following reasons: 1) The chassis manager is unable to
allocate required resources. 2) The chassis manager or chassis infrastructure firmware is
rolled back to an older version. 3) There is an internal communications problem between
chassis components.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure the firmware for the various chassis components are compatible with each other. If
the firmware has been rolled back to a previous version, this error may occur. If this is the case
power down chassis; issue a racadm wipe command; power up chassis. If not the case power
cycle the chassis. If the problem persists, contact technical suport.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV003
Message
Unable to manage the device located in the PCIe slot specified in the operation.
Detailed
Description
A PCIe device error was detected that does not allow the assignment, unassignment, or the
turning off of the device. The errors can be caused by incorrect PCIe device installation. Only
Dell approved adapters are supported.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure that supported adapters are used and installed correctly in the PCIe slots.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
292
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV004
Message
Unable to turn on PCIe device.
Detailed
Description
The chassis manager is unable to turn on the PCIe device because of one of the following
reasons: 1) PCIe device is not supported, 2) The device is not properly inserted in the slot, 3)
The device is not functioning properly, or 4) The device power requirements exceed the power
available for the slot.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure a supported PCIe device is used and that it is properly inserted in the PCIe slot. For
a list of supported devices, contact the service provider.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV005
Message
Chassis manager not ready to proccess commands.
Detailed
Description
In order for Chassis to execute most of its command the chassis must be powered on.
Recommended
Response Action
Power on chassis and retry the command.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
293
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV006
Message
Incorrect IOV component firmware version.
Detailed
Description
The IOV subsystem is comprised of several entities whose firmware versions must be of the
same group. User should not update indiviual IOV ssystem sub-components.
Recommended
Response Action
Upload the latest firmware version
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV007
Message
Chassis manager unable to allocate power of one or more PCIE adapters.
Detailed
Description
For each adapter assigned to server power is allocatted when the server is powered on. If the
only portion of the need power is availiable the Chassis manager will not power on servers
associated adapters.
Recommended
Response Action
Power off one or more blades thereby freeing power
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
294
FALSE
FALSE
IOV008
Message
Chassis manager was unable to put PCIe subsystem into factory mode
Detailed
Description
Chassis manager was unable to put PCIe subsystem into factory mode
Recommended
Response Action
Retry command
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV009
Message
Chassis manager unable to reset to factory default or pre-factory defaults.
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager only executes this function when the chassis is powered down.
Recommended
Response Action
Power down chassis and retry command
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV101
Message
PCIE devicearg1inserted inarg2arg3.
295
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = device name
arg2 = slot type
arg3 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager has detected the presence of an adapter card in a slot not previously
occupied.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
10747
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV102
Message
Arguments
PCIE devicearg1removed fromarg2arg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = device name
arg2 = slot type
arg3 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager has detected the removal of an adapter card from a specific slot.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
10747
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
296
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV103
PCIE devicearg1inarg2arg3replaced by PCIE devicearg4,
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
•
arg1 = device name
arg2 = slot type
arg3 = slot number
arg4 = device name
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager has detected the insertion of an adapter card into a slot previously
occuppied.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
10747
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LCD;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV104
Message
Arguments
Chassis manager unable to allocatearg1WATTS for server-arg2s PCIE adapters.
•
•
arg1 = number of WATTS
arg2 = server slot number
Detailed
Description
For each adapter assigned to server power is allocatted when the server is powered on. If the
only portion of the needed power is availiable the Chassis manager will not power on servers
associated adapters.
Recommended
Response Action
Increase power cap or add additional power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
297
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2554
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LCD;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV105
Unable to manage PCIE devicearg1located inarg2arg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = device name
arg2 = slot type
arg3 = slot number
Detailed
Description
An error by the IOV slot management detected an error which may prevent the physical
assignment/unassignment or power off of a slot. The errors may be caused by PCIE training
timeouts or false hot plug signals. Only Dell approved adapters are supported.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure that supported adapters are used and installed correctly in the PCIe slot.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2554
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LCD;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
IOV106
Message
Arguments
Unable to power on PCIe devicearg1inarg2arg3.
•
•
•
298
arg1 = device name
arg2 = slot type
arg3 = slot number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager is unable to power on adapter. Possible reasons for power failures are:
1. Adapter not a approved by Dell and therefore not within require specifications 2. Adpater not
fully inserted in the slot 3. Auxiliary power cable not connected (applicable to slot 1 - 3 only) 4,
Adapter is damaged
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure a supported PCIe device is used and that it is properly inserted in the PCIe slot. For
a list of supported devices, contact the service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2554
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LCD;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV107
PCIe slotarg1adapterarg2removed while powered on.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = adapter slot number
arg2 = device ID
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager has detected the removal of a PCIe adapter card which was assigned to
a powered on server.
Recommended
Response Action
Power down the affected server(s) and then power on the server(s). Note: OS reboot will not
correct this issue.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2553
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LCD;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
299
IOV108
Power fault detected on PCIE devicearg1inarg2arg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = device name
arg2 = slot type
arg3 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager detected a power fault in an adapter after the adapter was powered on.
A power fauilt may be caused a damaged adapter or an adapter whose power requirements
exceed the maximum power limits of the slot.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure a supported PCIe device is used and that it is properly inserted in the PCIe slot. For
a list of supported devices, contact the service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2554
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LCD;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV010
Message
A license is required to assign more than 2 PCIE slots to a server.
Detailed
Description
Non-licensed systems are only allowed two slots per server.
Recommended
Response Action
Import license which allows assignments of more than 2 PCIE slot per server.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
300
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV011
Message
To assign or unassign all affected servers must be powered down.
Detailed
Description
All affected servers must be powered down before an assign or unassign action can be
performed.
Recommended
Response Action
Power down affected server(s).
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV012
Message
A license is required to assign VA to non-default server.
Detailed
Description
Non-licensed system default VA 1-4 assignements to servers 1-4 respectivley.
Recommended
Response Action
Import license which allows customer to assign a PERC VA to any server.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
301
IOV013
Message
A server may only be assigned one and only one VA.
Detailed
Description
A server may not have more than one VA assigned.
Recommended
Response Action
Unassign the current VA assignement.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV109
Message
An error condition associated with the PCIe slot is cleared.
Detailed
Description
An error condition associated with the PCIe slot is cleared.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LCD
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV110
Message
302
Successfully updated chassis infrastructure firmware.
FALSE
Detailed
Description
Successfully updated chassis infrastructure firmware.
Recommended
Response Action
No resposne action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV111
Message
Unable to update chassis infrastructure firmware.
Detailed
Description
Failed to update chassis infrastructure firmware.
Recommended
Response Action
Try updating again.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV112
Message
Chassis infrastructure firmware is corrupted.
Detailed
Description
Chassis infrastructure firmware is corrupted.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the chassis infrastructure firmware.
303
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2553
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
IOV113
Message
Chassis infrastructure firmware recovered.
Detailed
Description
Chassis infrastructure firmware recovered.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LCD;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV114
Message
Arguments
arg1arg2assigned to server-arg3.
•
•
•
Detailed
Description
304
arg1 = PCIE Slot/PERC VA
arg2 = slot/VA number
arg3 = server numer
A PCIE Slot or PERC Virtual Adapter has been assigned to a server
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
10747
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV116
PCIE AUX power cablearg1.disconnected while powered on.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = cable number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager detected a power fault in an PCIE AUX power cable after the adapter
was powered on. A power fauilt may be caused by loose cable connection to the adapter or
btween the cable and the AUX cable harness.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure a AUX power cable is fully plugged into card and AUX cable harness.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2554
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV115
Message
Arguments
Unable to allocatearg1WATTS for discovery of PCIE adapters
•
arg1 = watts
305
Detailed
Description
The discovery process for PCIE adapters was unable to allocate the power required to power
on the PCIE adapters
Recommended
Response Action
Raise power cap or add power supply
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
10746
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV117
arg1arg2.unassigned from server-arg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = PCIE Slot/PERC VA
arg2 = slot/VA number
arg3 = server numer
Detailed
Description
A PCIE Slot or PERC Virtual Adapter has been unassigned from a server
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
10747
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
306
TRUE
FALSE
IOV118
IOV Fabricarg1is down
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = Fabric ID
Detailed
Description
IOV Fabric B or C is not up.
Recommended
Response Action
Power cycle the chassis
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2553
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV119
Message
Arguments
arg1PCIe card module with a PCIe card is discovered in PCIe slotarg2
•
•
arg1 = x8/x16
arg2 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager has discovered the presence of a PCIe card module with a PCIe card in it
in a slot identified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
10747
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
307
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV120
arg1PCIe card module without a PCIe card is discovered in PCIe slotarg2
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = x8/x16
arg2 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager has discovered the presence of a PCIe card module without a PCIe card
in it in a slot identified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
10747
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
IOV121
Message
Arguments
PCIE card module is not discovered in PCIe slotarg1
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
PCIE card module is not discovered in the specified slot.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
10747
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
308
FALSE
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
IOV122
Power fault detected on PCIe device in PCIe slotarg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
To be updated
Recommended
Response Action
To be updated
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2554
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV123
Message
Arguments
VAUX failure detected on PCIe device in PCIe slotarg1
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
To be updated
Recommended
Response Action
To be updated
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2554
309
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV124
Power fault cleared on PCIe device in PCIe slotarg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The previously occured power fault on the PCIe device is cleared.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2555
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV125
Message
Arguments
VAUX failure cleared on PCIe device in PCIe slotarg1
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The previously occured VAUX failure on the PCIe device is cleared.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
310
Trap/EventID
2555
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV126
Message
Unable to communicate with PCIe subsystem
Detailed
Description
The Chassis manager is not able to communicate with the PCIE subsystem to configure the
PCIE slot mapping.
Recommended
Response Action
AC cycle the chassis. If the issue persists after AC cycle, contact the service provider.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2553
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
IOV1001
Message
The requested operation was successfully executed.
Detailed
Description
The requested operation was successfully executed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
311
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV1002
Message
The operation was not successful.
Detailed
Description
The operation did not complete successfully due to an exception from the instrumentation
layer.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation. If the issue persists, reset CMC and retry the operation when the CMC has
completed restarting. The CMC may take 2 to 3 minutes to complete restarting.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV1003
Message
Arguments
Missing required parameterarg1.
•
arg1 = parameter name
Detailed
Description
One or more parameters identified in the message required for the method are missing.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the Dell Chassis PCI Management Profile document and provide the required
parameter.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
312
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV1004
Message
Too many slots provided as parameters to Assign and UnAssign Servers methods.
Detailed
Description
The parameters for the method identified in the message are not passed correctly.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the Dell Chassis PCI Management Profile document and provide the required
parameters.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV1005
Message
Arguments
Invalid slot FQDDarg1.
•
arg1 = FQDD value
Detailed
Description
The FQDD (Fully Qualified Device Descriptor) entered for the operation does not map to any
instance of the DCIM_ChassisPCISlot class.
Recommended
Response Action
Perform the Enumerate operation on the DCIM_ChassisPCISlot class to determine the the
correct FQDD value for the required slot. Retry the operation with the correct FQDD value.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
313
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV1006
Message
Invalid PCI slot or Server slot.
Detailed
Description
The PCI slot or Server slot FQDD (Fully Qualified Device Descriptor) values entered for the
operation are not valid.
Recommended
Response Action
Perform the Enumerate operation on the DCIM_ChassisPCISlot class and
DCIM_BladeServerView class to get the correct FQDD values for the PCIe slot and Server slot.
Retry the operation with the correct FQDD values.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV1007
Message
Unable to assign a PCIe slot.
Detailed
Description
The IOV slot management subsystem detected an error which may prevent the physical
assigment/unassignment or turning off of a PCIe slot. The errors can be caused by PCIe
training timeouts or false hot plug signals. Only Dell-approved adapters are supported.
Recommended
Response Action
Insert only Dell supported adaptor cards into system PCIe slots and make sure they are fully
inserted. Retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
314
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV1008
Invalid Virtual Adapter FQDDarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = FQDD value
Detailed
Description
The FQDD (Fully Qualified Device Descriptior) value entered operation does not map to any
DCIM_ChassisVAView class instance representing Virtual Adapters.
Recommended
Response Action
Perfform an Enumerate operation on the DCIM_ChassisVAView class to get the correct FQDD
for the Virtual Adaper. Retry the operation with the correct FQDD value.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
IOV1009
Message
Mismatch in Slot or Virtual Adapter FQDD and Server Slot FQDD count.
Detailed
Description
The FQDD pairs identified in the messages do not match in the required method input
parameters.
Recommended
Response Action
Provide a valid pair of FQDDs. Please refer to the Dell Chassis PCI Management Profile
document for the required parameter definitions.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
IOV = IO Virtualization
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
315
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
316
FALSE
FALSE
17
JCP Event Messages
JCP8501
Job ID:arg1. CMC sentarg2ofarg3arg4profilesarg5arg6properties to the server (Service
Tag:arg7) in the slotarg8.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
arg1 = job ID
arg2 = number of applied settings
arg3 = number of available settings
arg4 = profile name
arg5 = profile type
arg6 = info_str
arg7 = service tag
arg8 = slot number
Detailed
Description
This job information message occurs if some configuration stored in the profile are not
applicable to the target server.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP003
Message
Job failed.
Detailed
Description
An iDRAC reboot caused a failure of the scheduled jobs.
317
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the update and schedule the update job.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP004
Message
Time elapsed - Job Failed.
Detailed
Description
The jobs time window expired and the job failed to complete
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the action and increase the time window so that the job can complete.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP007
Message
Job successfully completed.
Detailed
Description
The submitted job completed successfully.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
318
FALSE
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP008
Message
Job completed with errors.
Detailed
Description
Multiple attributes were set in the operation but some set attribute actions were not
successful. For example, setting an attribute that is not valid for the component being
configured,
Recommended
Response Action
Examine the results of the configuration job in the Lifecycle Log for the source of the errors.
Modify the settings as necessary and resubmit the job.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP011
Message
Arguments
Invalid parameter value forarg1
•
arg1 = parameter
Detailed
Description
The value provided for the specified parameter is invalid and must be corrected for the invoked
method to complete successfully.
Recommended
Response Action
To provide the correct value for the specified parameter, see Lifecycle Controller-Remote
Services documentation. Retry the operation requested with corrected value.
Category
Configuration
319
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP012
Message
The operation failed due to an internal iDRAC error.
Detailed
Description
The requested operation requires memory or file space allocation. The operation failed due to
lack of memory or file space in the iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation. If the problem continiues, reset iDRAC and retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP013
Message
Arguments
Missing parameter(s)arg1
•
arg1 = parameters
Detailed
Description
One or more required input parameters needed for the operation are missing.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the documentation for the operation being attempted and provide valid values for the
identified parameters.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
320
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP014
Message
Maximum jobs per queue exceeded.
Detailed
Description
The number of jobs specified in the SetupJobQueue request combined with the existing job
count contains more jobs IDs than the maximum number of jobs supported by the system (256).
Completed jobs are automatically deleted if they are older than the delete on completion
timeout setting.
Recommended
Response Action
Reduce the number of jobs specified in the operation or reduce the existing job count before
retrying the operation. Perform one of the following to reduce the job count: 1) Delete one or
more jobs and retry the operation. 2) Wait until existing jobs have an elapsed time since
completion that is greater than the delete on completion timeout setting and are automatically
deleted. 3) Change the delete on completion timeout setting to a smaller value so that
completed jobs are automatically deleted sooner.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP015
Message
A running job cannot be deleted.
Detailed
Description
The job is currently executing and cannot be deleted. The job needs to finish running, whether
successful or not, before it can be deleted.
Recommended
Response Action
Wait for the job to have a completed job status. Retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
321
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
JCP016
Message
Invalid UntilTime value. A minimum of 12 minutes is required.
Detailed
Description
The UntilTime input parameter for the job or job queue creation must be at least 12 minutes
after the value specified in the StartTime parameter.
Recommended
Response Action
Set the UntilTime at least 12 minutes after StartTime and retry.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP017
Message
Job creation request unsuccessful. Maximum number of jobs reached.
Detailed
Description
The current job count has reached the maximum value supported. No more jobs are created
until the number of jobs on the system is reduced. Completed jobs are automatically deleted if
they are older than the DeleteOnCompletionTimeout setting.
Recommended
Response Action
Perform one of the following to reduce the job count: 1) Delete one or more jobs and retry the
operation. 2) Wait until existing jobs have an elapsed time since completion that is greater than
the delete on completion timeout setting and are automatically deleted. 3) Change the delete
on completion timeout setting to a smaller value so that completed jobs are automatically
deleted sooner.
Category
Configuration
322
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
JCP022
Invalid Job IDarg1for scheduling or deletion operation.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = jobid number
Detailed
Description
An invalid Job ID was provided as input for a scheduling or deletion operation. The Job ID
indicated in the message does not match an existing Job on the target system.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the job ID value by enumerating job instances and validating that the Job ID value is
correct for the job being scheduled or deleted. Retry the operation with the correct Job ID
value.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
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JCP023
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Duplicate Job IDarg1.
•
arg1 = jobid number
One of the job ID values specified as input to the operation is a duplicate. The duplicated Job
ID is indicated in the message.
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Recommended
Response Action
One of the job ID values specified as input is duplicated. Remove the duplicated Job ID from
the operation input parameters and retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
JCP009
Message
Scheduled job was cancelled.
Detailed
Description
Scheduled jobs were deleted as a result of a cancel job request. The job cancellation request
is manually or programmatically initiated. Lifecycle Controller enters Recovery mode when
unrecoverable and persistent errors occur.
Recommended
Response Action
If the job was not cancelled manually, then Lifecycle Controller may be in Recovery mode. To
verify or change Recovery mode, use F2 Setup to select iDRAC Configuration then Lifecycle
Controller Settings.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
JCP = Job Control
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
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LC Event Messages
LC054
Message
Unable to write to the network share.
Detailed
Description
The network share may be read-only or it may not have sufficient space for the export
operation..
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the network share is not read-only and has sufficient space for exporting, then retry the
operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LC055
Message
Operation failed due to invalid attribute array.
Detailed
Description
The operation failed because the number of AttributeName input parameters provided to the
method exceeded the number of attributes available in iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation with an input parameter array that matches the available attributes in
iDRAC.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
325
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FALSE
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FALSE
LC056
Message
AttributeName and AttributeValue count mismatch.
Detailed
Description
The name value pairs in the input parameter arrays do not match in the input.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation with a valid (AttributeName, AttributeValue) pair.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
LC057
Message
Invalid AttributeName parameter value.
Detailed
Description
The attribute name provided is not valid for the current method.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation with a valid AttributeName parameter value.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
LC058
Invalid AttributeValue parameter value for corresponding AttributeName value,arg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = AttributeName
Detailed
Description
The attribute value specified in the AttributeValue array is not valid for the corresponding
specified attribute.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation with a valid attribute value for the corresponding specified attribute.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
LC059
Message
Arguments
Cannot set read only attribute specified in AttributeNamearg1.
•
arg1 = parameter
Detailed
Description
The attribute specified is read only and the value cannot be changed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
327
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LC0100
Message
Lifecycle Controller has entered Recovery mode.
Detailed
Description
A persistent error has occurred while carrying out a Lifecycle Controller operation. This
situation causes Lifecycle Controller to enter Recovery mode. Any remote jobs pending
execution were cancelled.
Recommended
Response Action
To verify or change Recovery mode, use F2 Setup, select iDRAC Configuration, and select
Lifecycle Controller Settings. Updating Lifecycle Controller clears the Recovery mode.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LC0101
Message
Lifecycle Controller action was cancelled by a user.
Detailed
Description
A user cancelled Lifecycle Controller actions. Any remote jobs pending execution were
cancelled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
LC060
Message
Lifecycle controller is currently not ready to take provisioning requests
Detailed
Description
Lifecycle controller is currently performing tasks and another task cannot be scheduled until
the previous task finishes.
Recommended
Response Action
Wait until Lifecycle controller finishes performing current tasks and host system to finish POST.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LC061
Message
Lifecycle controller is ready to take provisioning requests
Detailed
Description
Jobs, invoke methods, enumerates can now be performed on Lifecycle controller. Lifecycle
controller is ready to take provisioning requests.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LC062
Message
Export or Import server profile operation is already running.
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Detailed
Description
Export or Import server profile operation is already running. The operation may take a few
minutes to compete.
Recommended
Response Action
To retry the operation, wait for a few minutes.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LC063
Message
Cannot create new jobs until the existing running jobs are completed or deleted.
Detailed
Description
All jobs must be completed before creating a new job.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry after all the existing jobs are completed or deleted.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
LC064
Message
Arguments
The value exceeds the maximum length ofarg1characters forarg2.
•
•
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arg1 = max parameter length
arg2 = parameter name
Detailed
Description
The maximum number of characters allowed for the parameter is displayed.
Recommended
Response Action
Reduce the number of characters to the maximum length allowed for this parameter.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LC = Lifecycle Contr
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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LIC Event Messages
LIC501
Message
A required license is missing or expired.
Detailed
Description
The attempted action requires a valid license for certain advanced features installed in the
system but the required license is missing or expired.
Recommended
Response Action
Obtain an appropriate license then try again. If the problem persists, contact technical support.
Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method that is convenient for you.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC502
Message
Features not available.
Detailed
Description
The attempted features are not available in the system.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
LIC503
Message
Unable to complete the current operation. The currently installed license does not support the
following features:arg1.
Arguments
•
arg1 = licensable features
Detailed
Description
The currently installed license does not support the feature for the requested operation. The
operation requires a valid license to enable specific features in the system. Since the required
license is missing or expired, the features that are being accessed during the operation are
disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
Acquire and install the license to enable the required feature, and retry the operation. If the
problem persists, contact technical support or see product documentation for more
information.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC000
Message
The License Manager action succeeded.
Detailed
Description
This command was successful.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
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FALSE
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
LIC001
Message
The License Manager command parameter used is invalid.
Detailed
Description
The command or command parameters passed to License Manager is invalid. This is an
internal error indicative of memory corruption. Under normal circumstances this error should
not occur.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC002
Message
License Manager is unable to allocate the required resources at startup.
Detailed
Description
The error may occur when License Manager: 1) Is unable to allocate system resources. 2)
Determines one or more files is incompatible with the current firmware version. This occurs
when an older firmware version has been uploaded to a system that was previously running a
newer firmware version. If this occurs, the current internal License Manager files are deleted
and new ones are created, which align with the firmware version. A license reimport may be
required. NOTE: All import, delete, export, view license commands are blocked until this issue
is resolved.
Recommended
Response Action
If the firmware has been rolled back to a previous version, this error may occur. All previously
installed licenses must be re-imported. If this is not the case, contact technical support.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
335
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC003
Message
License Manager was unable to create and/or allocate the required resources.
Detailed
Description
System resources may be unavailable at the time command is issued.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer to your product
documentation to choose the contact method that is convenient for you.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC004
Message
An internal system error has occurred.
Detailed
Description
This error condition is reported when one of the following conditions occur: 1) Operating
system detected a file error (for example, bad CRC, bad sector) when reading/writing a license
manager file. The error could indicate bad or corrupt FLASH device. 2) License Manager
detected an internal memory data corruption. 3) The command or command parameters
passed to License Manager is invalid. This is an internal error showing memory corruption.
Under normal circumstances this error should not occur. 4) When exporting a license file,
License Manager was unable to allocate the temporary space required for the transfer of the
file.
Recommended
Response Action
Contact technical support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method
that is convenient for you.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
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Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC005
Message
Import failed: The maximum number of licenses are installed.
Detailed
Description
The maximum number of installed licenses has been reached.
Recommended
Response Action
Delete one of the currently installed licenses and retry the import.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC006
Message
The license has expired.
Detailed
Description
The license end date has been reached.
Recommended
Response Action
Obtain a replacement license and import it.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC007
Message
Invalid entry: Object does not exist or cannot be found.
Detailed
Description
Each License Manager object has a unique identifier by which it may be accessed. If the user
supplied identifier is outside the acceptable range or the object no longer exists in the system,
then this error is returned. Most common identifiers are the license entitlement identifier, the
device Fully Qualified Device Descriptor, or the import transaction identifier assigned to a
license when imported.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue this command with correct License Manager object identifier.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC008
Message
The license binding ID does not match the device unique identifier.
Detailed
Description
All bound perpetual licenses contain the unique identifier of a specific device. The unique
identifier binds a license to the device. For example, iDRACs unique identifier is the service tag.
Recommended
Response Action
Obtain a new license file with the correct unique identifier for the device. To use this license,
import to the device with the correct unique identifier.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC009
Message
The license upgrade was unsuccessful.
Detailed
Description
An upgrade license carries specific information about the license it is replacing. If that
information does not match, then the license import is aborted.
Recommended
Response Action
Obtain a new license file with the correct upgrade information.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC010
Message
Import failed: This license is not for the specified device.
Detailed
Description
A license is not imported to the iDRAC when one of the following conditions exists: 1) The
license is not for the iDRAC. 2) The target system may not be upgraded to the product class
specified by the license (for example, user may not upgrade from an express product class to
an enterprise product class).
Recommended
Response Action
Verify this system may be upgraded to the product class specified by the license. If this system
cannot be upgraded to the product class specified, obtain a new license file.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC011
Message
A non-evaluation license cannot be replaced with an evaluation license.
Detailed
Description
License Manager does not allow the replacement of a non-evaluation license with an
evaluation license.
Recommended
Response Action
To replace a non-evaluation license, first delete the non-evaluation license, then import the
evaluation license.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC012
Message
The license file does not exist.
Detailed
Description
This error may occur if: 1) The license was deleted by another user. 2) The license that is being
imported may have been deleted from the temporary storage before the import operation
completed. 3) At start-up, License Manager does not find the license assigned to the device.
This may occur if a power outage occurs before a license delete operation completes.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-import the license.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
340
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC013
Message
These license features are not supported by this firmware version.
Detailed
Description
The license includes features not supported in this firmware release.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the firmware to the latest version.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC014
Message
Multiple backup or restore operations have been simultaneously attempted on the License
Manager database.
Detailed
Description
An attempt to lock the License Manager database for Lifecycle Controller backup or restore
occurred when the License Manager database was already locked. This may occur when two
or more users attempt to do a backup or restore operation simultaneously.
Recommended
Response Action
Repeat the Lifecycle Controller backup or restore operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
341
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC015
Message
The License Manager database restore operation failed.
Detailed
Description
This error occurs when the Lifecycle Controller restore operation is interrupted before it
completes. This can occur due to a power outage or when a system is rebooted before the
operation is completed.
Recommended
Response Action
Repeat the Lifecycle Controller restore operation. If the problem persists, contact technical
support. Refer to your product documentation to choose the contact method that is convenient
for you.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC016
Message
The feature dependencies of the license are not met.
Detailed
Description
The license includes features that are dependent upon additional licensed features not
included in this license. These licensed features are not activated until license(s) with the
dependent licensed features are imported to the system.
Recommended
Response Action
Import the license(s) that meet the license features dependencies.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
342
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC017
Message
The license file is corrupted, has not been unzipped, or is not a valid license file.
Detailed
Description
This error can occur when the license file: 1) Signature is not valid. 2) Data is not in the correct
format. 3) Missing needed data. 4) Contains unknown data. 5) Has not been unzipped.
Recommended
Response Action
Download the license file, unzip and import the license.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC018
Message
The license is already imported.
Detailed
Description
The license is already imported on the system and does not need to be reimported.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
343
LIC019
Message
A leased license may not be imported prior to its start date.
Detailed
Description
A leased license may not be imported prior to the actual start date of the license.
Recommended
Response Action
Import the license on or after the license start date.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC020
Message
Import failed: End User License Agreement (EULA) import upgrade warning.
Detailed
Description
Importing an upgrade license without a base license is not allowed, as it may be a violation of
the license EULA agreement. If the base license was deleted, the system allows the user to
override the warning by invoking the import override option.
Recommended
Response Action
If the base license was deleted, override the warning by invoking the import override option.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
LIC021
Message
Import failed: The features contained in the evaluation license are already licensed.
Detailed
Description
All the features in the evaluation license are currently licensed in the system. The license is not
imported as it would duplicate existing and active licensed features.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove the license(s) that contain the license set from the evaluation license.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC201
Message
Arguments
Licensearg1assigned to devicearg2expires inarg3days.
•
•
•
arg1 = entitlement ID
arg2 = device name
arg3 = number of days
Detailed
Description
This license is going to expire. An expired license could result in the loss of functionality that is
specific to the features supported by the license.
Recommended
Response Action
Purchase a new license to prevent interruption of licensed features.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
345
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC203
The licensearg1has encountered an error.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = entitlement ID
Detailed
Description
Signature verification failed due to an error in the saved license file.
Recommended
Response Action
Delete and re-import the license file.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8513
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
LIC206
Message
Arguments
EULA warning: Importing licensearg1may violate the End-User License Agreement.
•
arg1 = entitlement ID
Detailed
Description
The license was imported after the user overrode EULA warning.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove the license if the import violates the EULA.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8514
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
346
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
LIC207
Licensearg1on devicearg2has expired.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = entitlement ID
arg2 = device name
Detailed
Description
The license has expired. This could result in the loss of functionality that is specific to the
features supported by the license.
Recommended
Response Action
Obtain and import a replacement license.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8514
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
LIC208
Message
Arguments
Licensearg1imported to devicearg2successfully.
•
•
arg1 = entitlement ID
arg2 = device name
Detailed
Description
A license was successfully imported.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
347
Trap/EventID
8515
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
LIC209
Licensearg1exported from devicearg2successfully.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = entitlement ID
arg2 = device name
Detailed
Description
A license was successfully exported.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
8515
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
LIC210
Message
Arguments
Licensearg1deleted from devicearg2successfully.
•
•
arg1 = entitlement ID
arg2 = device name
Detailed
Description
A license was successfully deleted.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
348
FALSE
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
8515
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
LIC022
Message
License Manager database locked due to ongoing backup and restore operation.
Detailed
Description
License Manager database is locked while a backup and restore operation is in progress.
License import/export/delete operations are not allowed but a user can view license
information.
Recommended
Response Action
Wait until the backup or restore operation completes and try again.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC212
Message
The CMC features are changed.
Detailed
Description
The features are updated because the license was imported or deleted, or the license has
expired.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
349
Trap/EventID
8515
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
LIC213
Message
A system error was detected during License Manager startup.
Detailed
Description
This error can occur when: 1) License Manager fails to load due to lack of system resources.
Recommended
Response Action
Reset CMC
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8513
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
LIC900
Message
The command was successful.
Detailed
Description
The operation was successful.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
350
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC901
Invalid parameter value forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = parameter
Detailed
Description
The value provided for the specified parameter is invalid.
Recommended
Response Action
To provide the correct value for the specified parameter, see Lifecycle Controller-Remote
Services documentation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC902
Message
Resource allocation failure.
Detailed
Description
Unable to allocate the resource due to lack of memory or file space in iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Reset iDRAC and retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
351
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC903
Missing parametersarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = parameters
Detailed
Description
One or more parameters were not specified for the invoked method.
Recommended
Response Action
To provide the correct parameters, see Lifecycle Controller-Remote Services documentation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC904
Message
Could not connect to network share.
Detailed
Description
The network share is not accessible from iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the network share connection and retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
352
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC905
Message
The LicenseName value cannot exceed 64 characters.
Detailed
Description
The LicenseName value is greater than the allowed max length of 64.
Recommended
Response Action
Correct the length of the LicenseName value and retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LIC906
Message
License file is not accessible on the network share.
Detailed
Description
The license file is not present or accessible from the network share location.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the license file is located on the network share and file access permissions are correct,
then retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
353
LIC907
Message
Unable to perform the operation due to an unknown error in iDRAC.
Detailed
Description
The operation failed to execute due to an unknown error in iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation. If this fails, reset iDRAC.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LIC = Licensing
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
354
FALSE
FALSE
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LNK Event Messages
LNK8500
Network link to servers in slotarg1IOMarg2portarg3is down
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = slot id
arg2 = iom id
arg3 = port id
Detailed
Description
Internal sled network connection is down
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-insert the sled
Category
System Health
SubCategory
LNK = Link Status
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2249
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
LNK8501
Message
Arguments
Network link to servers in slotarg1IOMarg2portarg3is up
•
•
•
arg1 = slot id
arg2 = iom id
arg3 = port id
Detailed
Description
Internal sled network connection is up
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
355
Category
System Health
SubCategory
LNK = Link Status
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2251
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
LNK2700
Thearg1network link is down.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
CMC has lost network connection.
Recommended
Response Action
Check network cable and network connections.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
LNK = Link Status
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2249
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
LNK2701
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
356
Thearg1network link is up.
•
None
arg1 = name
FALSE
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
LNK = Link Status
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2251
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
357
358
21
LOG Event Messages
LOG004
Message
Resource allocation failure.
Detailed
Description
The operation failed due to lack of memory or file space in iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Reset iDRAC and retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LOG = Log event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LOG005
Message
Cannot perform the operation due to an unknown error in iDRAC.
Detailed
Description
The operation failed to run due to an unknown error in iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the action. If this fails, reset iDRAC.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LOG = Log event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
359
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LOG300
Message
The system recovered from Chassis Log file corruption.
Detailed
Description
The system recovered from Chassis Log file corruption. Some log entries may not be
recovered.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LOG = Log event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LOG302
Message
The Chassis Log file header is corrupted.
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Log file header is corrupted. The Chassis Log will be recreated and all current log
entries will not be preserved.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LOG = Log event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
360
FALSE
FALSE
LOG303
Message
Unable to archive the Chassis Log file.
Detailed
Description
Unable to rename current Chassis Log file during archive operation. Some log entries may be
lost.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LOG = Log event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LOG305
Message
The Chassis Log file was cleared.
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Log file was cleared as a result of clear log operation.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
LOG = Log event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
LOG007
Message
The previous log entry was repeatedarg1times.
361
Arguments
•
arg1 = log entry count
Detailed
Description
This message is generated after a series of sequential duplicate events. Log entry count is the
number of times the previous message was repeated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
LOG = Log event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
362
FALSE
FALSE
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MEM Event Messages
MEM8500
Message
Low memory condition detected.
Detailed
Description
A low memory condition was detected. If this condition continues, a failover or a reset may
occur. If multiple resets occur, contact your service provider.
Recommended
Response Action
If multiple resets occur, contact Service.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM8501
Message
Arguments
Low memory warning,arg1KB,arg2KB.
•
•
arg1 = total memory size
arg2 = threshold value
Detailed
Description
A low memory condition was detected. If this condition continues, a failover or a reset may
occur.
Recommended
Response Action
If multiple resets occur, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
363
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM8502
Message
ECC Memory error rate failover condition detected.
Detailed
Description
An ECC memory condition was detected on the primary CMC and a failover was initiated.
Recommended
Response Action
Reseat the primary CMC and initiate a failover back to the primary CMC. If the problem persists
and multiple failovers occur, contact your service provider. .
Category
Audit
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0000
Message
Arguments
Persistent correctable memory errors detected on a memory device at location(s)arg1.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory is operational. This is an early indicator of a possible future uncorrectable error.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
364
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0016
Memory device at location(s)arg1is operating correctly.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0001
Message
Arguments
Multi-bit memory errors detected on a memory device at location(s)arg1.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory has encountered a uncorrectable error. System performance may be degraded.
The operating system and/or applications may fail as a result.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
365
LCD Message
Multi-bit memory error on <location>. Reseat memory
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0002
Parity memory errors detected on a memory device at locationarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory is operational. This is an early indicator of a possible future uncorrectable error.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0003
Message
Arguments
Stuck bit memory error detected on a memory device at locationarg1.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory is operational. This is an early indicator of a possible future uncorrectable error.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
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Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0004
Memory device at locationarg1is disabled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be seated correctly, misconfigured, or has failed. Memory size is
reduced.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. Review product documentation for supported memory
configurations. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0020
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1is enabled.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
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Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0005
Persistent correctable memory error limit reached for a memory device at location(s)arg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory is operational. This is an early indicator of a possible future uncorrectable error.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Persistent correctable memory error limit reached for <location>. Reseat memory.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0021
Message
Arguments
Persistent correctable memory error limit reset for a memory device at locationarg1.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
368
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0006
Memory device at locationarg1is present.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0022
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1is absent.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be seated correctly, misconfigured, or has failed. Memory size is
reduced.
Recommended
Response Action
If unexpected, check presence, then re-install.
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0007
Unsupported memory configuration; check memory device at locationarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be seated correctly, misconfigured, or has failed. Memory size is
reduced.
Recommended
Response Action
Review product documentation for supported memory configurations
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Unsupported memory configuration. Check memory <location>.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0008
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
370
Memory device at locationarg1is spare memory.
•
None
arg1 = location
FALSE
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0024
Memory device at locationarg1is no longer spare memory.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0009
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1is throttled.
•
arg1 = location
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Detailed
Description
System performance is degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
If unexpected, review system logs for power or thermal exceptions.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0010
Memory device at locationarg1is over heating.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
System performance is degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
If unexpected, review system logs for power or thermal exceptions.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory device <location> is over heating. Check fans
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1200
Message
372
Memory RAID is redundant.
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1201
Memory RAID redundancy is lost. Check memory device at location(s)arg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory RAID lost on <location>. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1202
Message
Arguments
Memory RAID redundancy is degraded. Check memory device at location(s)arg1.
•
arg1 = location
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Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1203
Message
Memory is not redundant.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1204
Message
Memory mirror is redundant.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
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FALSE
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1205
Memory mirror redundancy is lost. Check memory device at location(s)arg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be seated correctly, misconfigured, or has failed.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system logs for memory exceptions. Re-install memory at location <location>
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory mirror lost on <location>. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1206
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Memory mirror redundancy is degraded. Check memory device at locationarg1.
•
arg1 = location
The memory may not be seated correctly, misconfigured, or has failed.
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Recommended
Response Action
Review system logs for memory exceptions. Re-install memory at location <location>
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1207
Message
Memory spare is redundant.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1208
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
376
Memory spare redundancy is lost. Check memory device at locationarg1.
•
arg1 = location
The assigned spare is no longer available.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system logs for memory exceptions. Re-install memory at location <location>
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory spared lost on <location>. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1209
Memory spare redundancy is degraded. Check memory device at locationarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0700
Message
Arguments
The persistent correctable memory error rate is at normal levels for a memory device at
locationarg1.
•
arg1 = location
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Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0701
Correctable memory error rate exceeded forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be operational. This an early indicator of a possible future uncorrectable
error.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0702
Message
Arguments
378
Correctable memory error rate exceeded forarg1.
•
arg1 = location
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be operational. This an early indicator of a possible future uncorrectable
error.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Correctable memory error rate exceeded for <location>. Reseat memory.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM8000
Correctable memory error logging disabled for a memory device at locationarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
Errors are being corrected but no longer logged.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system logs for memory exceptions. Re-install memory at location <location>
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
SBE log disabled on <location>. Reseat memory
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM8001
Message
Arguments
Persistent correctable memory error logging enabled for a memory device at locationarg1.
•
arg1 = location
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Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM7000
Message
The memory riser mismatch was corrected.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM7002
Message
A hardware mismatch detected for memory riser.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review product documentation for proper memory riser installation and configuration
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Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory riser mismatch detected. Check memory riser
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0600
Memory device was added at locationarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM0601
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Memory device is removed from locationarg1.
•
arg1 = location
None
381
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1210
Message
Memory is redundant.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1212
Message
Memory redundancy is lost.
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be seated correctly, misconfigured, or has failed.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system logs for memory exceptions. Re-install memory at location <location>
Category
System Health
382
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1214
Message
Memory redundancy is degraded.
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be seated correctly, misconfigured, or has failed.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system logs for memory exceptions. Re-install memory at location <location>
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1000
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1transition to a running state.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
383
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1001
Memory device at locationarg1failed to transition to a running state.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory device <location> failed to transition to a running state. Reseat memory
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1002
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1is in test.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
384
FALSE
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1003
Memory device at locationarg1failed to transition to in test.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1004
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1is powered off.
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
385
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1005
Memory device at locationarg1failed to power off.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Re-attempt memory removal process
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1006
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
386
Memory device at locationarg1is online.
•
None
arg1 = location
FALSE
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1007
Memory device at locationarg1failed to transition to online.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Re-attempt memory removal process
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1008
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1is offline.
•
arg1 = location
387
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1009
Memory device at locationarg1failed to transition to offline.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Re-attempt memory removal process
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1010
Message
Arguments
388
Memory device at locationarg1is off-duty.
•
arg1 = location
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1011
Memory device at locationarg1is on-duty.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1012
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1is in a degraded state.
•
arg1 = location
389
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1013
Memory device at locationarg1is in a full state.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1014
Message
Arguments
390
Memory device at locationarg1is in a power save state.
•
arg1 = location
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1015
Memory device at locationarg1is in a power active state.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1016
Message
Arguments
Memory device at locationarg1is not installed correctly.
•
arg1 = location
391
Detailed
Description
The memory may not be seated correctly, misconfigured, or has failed. Memory size is
reduced.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install the memory component. If the problem continues, contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory <location> is not installed correctly. Re-install
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
MEM1017
Memory device at locationarg1is installed correctly.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = location
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
MEM = Memory
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
392
FALSE
FALSE
23
OSE Event Messages
OSE0000
Message
A critical stop occurred during OS load.
Detailed
Description
The system halted due to an exception during operating system load or operating system
initialization.
Recommended
Response Action
Review operating system logs and system video for additional information
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE0001
Message
A runtime critical stop occurred.
Detailed
Description
The system halted due to an exception while the operating system was running. This is a kernel
panic or bug check event.
Recommended
Response Action
Review operating system logs and system video for additional information
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
393
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE0002
Message
An OS graceful stop occurred.
Detailed
Description
(IPMI sensor type 20h - offset 02h).
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE0003
Message
An OS graceful shut-down occurred.
Detailed
Description
(IPMI sensor type 20h - offset 03h).
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
394
FALSE
FALSE
OSE0004
Message
A soft shut-down initiated by platform event filter.
Detailed
Description
A separate exception or status condition shutdown the operating system. (IPMI sensor type
20h - offset 04h).
Recommended
Response Action
Review system event log for platform events capable of shutting the system down.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE0005
Message
Agent is not responding.
Detailed
Description
Graceful shutdown request to an agent via the BMC did not occur due to a system hardware or
software exception.
Recommended
Response Action
review operating system logs and system video for additional information
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1000
Message
A: boot completed.
395
Detailed
Description
The system OS has successfully booted from A:
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1001
Message
Failed to boot from A.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
review system boot configuration and boot media. Verify the media in a: is bootable. See
system video for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1002
Message
C: boot completed.
Detailed
Description
The system OS has successfully booted from C:
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
396
FALSE
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1003
Message
Failed to boot from C.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system boot configuration and boot media. Verify the media in C: is bootable. See
system video for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1004
Message
PXE boot completed.
Detailed
Description
The system OS has successfully booted from the PXE server.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
397
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1005
Message
PXE boot failed.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system boot configuration, local PXE configuration, and PXE server configuration
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1006
Message
Diagnostic boot completed.
Detailed
Description
The system has successfully booted to diagnostics.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
398
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1007
Message
Diagnostic boot failed.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system boot configuration and boot media. See system video for additional information
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1008
Message
CD-ROM boot completed.
Detailed
Description
The system OS has successfully booted from the CD-ROM.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
399
OSE1009
Message
Failed to boot from CD-ROM.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system boot configuration and boot media. Verify the media in the CDROM is bootable.
See system video for additional information
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1010
Message
ROM boot completed.
Detailed
Description
The system has successfully booted to ROM.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1011
Message
400
Failed to boot from ROM.
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check system event logs for additional exception information. Power down the system and
attempt to boot again.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1012
Message
Boot completed.
Detailed
Description
The system has successfully booted.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
OSE1013
Message
Failed to boot.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Review system boot configuration and boot media. See system video for additional information
401
Category
System Health
SubCategory
OSE = OS Event
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
402
FALSE
FALSE
24
PCI Event Messages
PCI1300
Message
A front panel diagnostic interrupt was detected.
Detailed
Description
The front panel diagnostic was pressed, and the system may be halted as a result. The
interrupt was user induced.
Recommended
Response Action
Reset the system to continue operation.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1302
Message
Arguments
A bus time-out was detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded. The device has failed to respond to a transaction
(master/target abort or completion timeout).
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
403
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1304
Message
An I/O channel check error was detected.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
I/O channel check error detected. Power cycle system.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1306
Message
Arguments
A software error was detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Reboot the system and update the component drivers.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
404
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1308
A PCI parity error was detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
PCI parity error on bus <bus> device <device> function <func>. Power cycle system.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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PCI1310
Message
Arguments
A PCI system error was detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
Detailed
Description
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
405
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
PCI system error on bus <bus> device <device> function <func>. Power cycle system.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1312
Message
An EISA fail-safe time-out was detected.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1314
Message
Arguments
A bus correctable error was detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
406
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable re-install the device at the
next scheduled service time.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1316
A bus uncorrectable error was detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
407
PCI1318
A fatal error was detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Fatal error on bus <bus> device <device> function <func>. Power cycle system.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
PCI1320
Message
Arguments
A bus fatal error was detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Bus fatal error on bus <bus> device <device> function <func>. Power cycle system.
408
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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PCI1342
A bus time-out was detected on a component at slotarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded. The device has failed to respond to a transaction
(master/target abort or completion timeout).
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1344
Message
An I/O channel check error was detected.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
An I/O channel check error detected. Power cycle system.
Initial Default.
FALSE
409
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FALSE
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FALSE
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PCI1346
A software error was detected on a component at slotarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Reboot the system and update the component drivers.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1348
Message
Arguments
A PCI parity error was detected on a component at slotarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
PCI parity error on slot <number>. Reseat PCI card
410
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PCI1350
A PCI system error was detected on a component at slotarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
PCI system error on slot <number>. Reseat PCI card
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
PCI1354
Message
Arguments
A bus correctable error was detected on a component at slotarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, remove and re-install the device at the next
scheduled service time.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
411
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1356
A bus uncorrectable error was detected on a component at slotarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1358
Message
Arguments
A fatal error was detected on a component at slotarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
412
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Fatal error on slot <number>. Reseat PCI card
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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PCI1360
A bus fatal error was detected on a component at slotarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Bus fatal error on slot <number>. Reseat PCI card
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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PCI1322
Message
Arguments
Bus performance degraded for a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded. The bus is not operating at maximum speed or width.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, if device is removable, re-install the device.
Category
System Health
413
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI1362
Bus performance degraded for a component at slotarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded. The bus is not operating at maximum speed or width.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, remove and re-install the device at the next
scheduled service time.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
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FALSE
PCI2000
Message
Arguments
A fatal IO error detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
Detailed
Description
414
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, remove and re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Fatal IO error on bus <bus> device <device> function <func>. Contact support
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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PCI2001
The component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3recovered from a fatal IO error.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI2002
Message
Arguments
A fatal IO error detected on a component at slotarg1.
•
arg1 = number
415
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded, or system may fail to operate.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, remove and re-install the device.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Fatal IO error on slot <number>. Contact support
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI2003
The component at slotarg1recovered from a fatal IO error.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3000
Message
416
Device option ROM on embedded NIC failed to support Link Tuning or FlexAddress.
Detailed
Description
Either the BIOS, BMC/iDRAC, or LOM firmware is out of date and does not support
FlexAddress.
Recommended
Response Action
Update BIOS, BMC/iDRAC, and LOM firmware. If problem persists please contact customer
support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3001
Message
Device option ROM on embedded NIC was successfully updated.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3002
Message
Arguments
Failed to program virtual MAC address on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
417
Detailed
Description
Either the BIOS, BMC/iDRAC, LOM, or NIC firmware is out of date and does not support
FlexAddress.
Recommended
Response Action
Update BIOS, BMC/iDRAC, LOM, and mezzanine card firmware. If problem persists please
contact customer support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3003
Virtual MAC address for component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3was successfully
programed.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
418
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3004
Device option ROM on mezzanine cardarg1failed to support Link Tuning or FlexAddress.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Either the BIOS, BMC/iDRAC, or mezzanine card firmware is out of date and does not support
FlexAddress.
Recommended
Response Action
Update BIOS, BMC/iDRAC, and mezzanine card firmware. If problem persists please contact
customer support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3005
Message
Arguments
Device option ROM on mezzanine cardarg1was successfully updated.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
419
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3006
Message
Failed to get Link Tuning or FlexAddress data from iDRAC.
Detailed
Description
Either the BIOS or BMC/iDRAC firmware is out of date and does not support FlexAddress.
Recommended
Response Action
Update BIOS, and BMC/iDRAC firmware. If problem persists please contact customer support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3007
Message
Link Tuning or FlexAddress data successfully obtained.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
420
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3008
A non-fatal PCIe error detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, remove and re-install the device at the next
service window.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3009
Message
Arguments
PCIe is operating normally on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
421
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3010
A non-fatal IO error detected on a component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3.
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, remove and re-install the device at the next
service window.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3011
Message
Arguments
The component at busarg1devicearg2functionarg3recovered from a non-fatal IO error.
•
•
•
arg1 = bus
arg2 = device
arg3 = func
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
422
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3012
Message
The QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) width degraded.
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded. The bus is not operating at maximum speed or width.
Recommended
Response Action
Reset the system, if the problem persists reinstall processors.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3013
Message
The QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) width regained.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
423
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3014
A non-fatal PCIe error detected on a component at slotarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power, update component drivers, remove and re-install the device at the next
scheduled service time.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3015
Message
Arguments
The component at slotarg1recovered from a non-fatal PCIe error.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
424
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3016
Message
Device option ROM on mezzanine card failed to support Link Tuning or FlexAddress.
Detailed
Description
Either the BIOS, BMC/iDRAC, or mezzanine card firmware is out of date and does not support
FlexAddress.
Recommended
Response Action
Update BIOS, BMC/iDRAC, and mezzanine card firmware. If problem persists please contact
customer support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PCI3017
Message
Device option ROM on mezzanine card was successfully updated.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PCI = PCI Device
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
425
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
426
FALSE
FALSE
25
PDR Event Messages
PDR1
arg1copyback stopped for rebuild.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This message is generated after a copyback stops on a physical disk during a rebuild
operation.
Recommended
Response Action
Wait for rebuild to finish, then copyback should resume.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR2
Message
Arguments
Insufficient space available onarg1to perform a copyback operation.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This message is generated if a physical disk does not have enough space to do a copyback
operation.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the physical disk with a larger physical disk, and then restart the copyback operation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
427
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR3
arg1is not functioning correctly.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
The RAID Controller may not be able to read/write data to the physical disk drive indicated in
the message. This may be due to a failure with the physical disk drive or because the physical
disk drive was removed from the system.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-insert the physical disk drive identified in the message and make sure the
physical disk drive is inserted properly. If the issue persists, replace the physical disk drive.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR4
Message
Arguments
arg1returned to a ready state.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A physical drive that was previously in an error state has returned to a ready state.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
428
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR5
arg1is removed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A physical disk has been removed from the disk group. This alert can also be caused by loose
or defective cables or by problems with the enclosure.
Recommended
Response Action
Do one of the following: 1) If a physical disk was removed from the disk group, either replace
the disk or restore the original disk. Identify the disk that was removed by locating the disk that
has a red "X" for its status. 2) Perform a rescan after replacing or restoring the disk. 3) If a disk
was not removed from the disk group, then check for cable problems. Refer to product
documentation for more information on checking the cables. 4) Make sure that the enclosure is
powered on. 5) If the problem persists, check the enclosure documentation for further
diagnostic information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR6
Message
Arguments
arg1is offline.
•
arg1 = physical disk
429
Detailed
Description
A physical disk in the virtual disk is offline. This may have been user initiated.
Recommended
Response Action
Force the physical disk online or assign a hot spare to the virtual disk.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR7
arg1has degraded.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A physical disk has reported an error condition and may be degraded. The physical disk may
have reported the error condition in response to a check consistency or other operation.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the degraded physical disk. Identify the disk that is degraded by locating the disk that
has a red "X" for its status. Perform a rescan after replacing the disk.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR8
Message
Arguments
430
arg1is inserted.
•
arg1 = PD Name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR9
Initialization has started onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR10
Message
Arguments
arg1rebuild has started.
•
arg1 = physical disk
431
Detailed
Description
This message is generated after a rebuild starts on a physical disk.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR11
arg1rebuild was cancelled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A user has cancelled the rebuild operation.
Recommended
Response Action
Restart the rebuild operation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR12
Message
Arguments
432
arg1initialization has failed.
•
arg1 = PD Name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The physical disk has failed or is corrupt.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the failed or corrupt disk. Identify a disk that has failed by locating the disk that has a
red "X" for its status. Restart the initialization.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR13
arg1rebuild has failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A physical disk included in the virtual disk has failed or is corrupted. In addition, you may have
cancelled the rebuild.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the failed or corrupt disk, and then start the rebuild operation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR14
Message
Arguments
arg1initialization is complete.
•
arg1 = PD Name
433
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR15
arg1rebuild is complete.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This message is generated after a rebuild completes on a physical disk.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR16
Message
Arguments
434
Predictive failure reported forarg1.
•
arg1 = physical disk
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The physical disk is predicted to fail. Many physical disks contain Self Monitoring Analysis and
Reporting Technology (SMART). When enabled, SMART monitors the disk health based on
indications such as the number of write operations that were performed on the disk.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the physical disk. Even though the disk may not have failed yet, it is strongly
recommended that the disk be replaced. Review other messages for additional information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR17
Global hot spare assigned toarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A user has have assigned a physical disk as a global hot spare. This alert is provided for
informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR18
Message
Global hot spare unassigned fromarg1.
435
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A physical disk assigned as a hot spare was unassigned and is no longer functioning as a hot
spare. The physical disk was unassigned by a user or automatically unassigned by Storage
Management. Storage Management unassigns hot spares were used to rebuild data. Once the
data is rebuilt onto the hot spare, the hot spare becomes a member of the virtual disk and is no
longer assigned as a hot spare. Assign a new hot spare to maintain data protection in this
situation.
Recommended
Response Action
Although this alert is provided for informational purposes, you may need to assign a new hot
spare to the virtual disk. See Protecting Your Virtual Disk with a Hot Spare for more
information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR19
Message
Arguments
SMART FPT exceeded forarg1.
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A disk on the specified controller has received a SMART alert (predictive failure) indicating
that the disk is likely to fail in the near future.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk that has received the SMART alert. If the physical disk is a member of a nonredundant virtual disk, then back up the data before replacing the disk. Removing a physical
disk that is included in a non-redundant virtual disk causes the virtual disk to fail and may
cause data loss.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
436
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR20
SMART configuration change forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A disk has received a SMART alert (predictive failure) after a configuration change. The disk is
likely to fail in the near future.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk that has received the SMART alert. If the physical disk is a member of a nonredundant virtual disk, then back up the data before replacing the disk. Removing a physical
disk that is included in a non-redundant virtual disk will cause the virtual disk to fail and may
cause data loss.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR21
Message
Arguments
SMART warning forarg1
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A disk has received a SMART alert (predictive failure). The disk is likely to fail in the near
future.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk that has received the SMART alert. If the physical disk is a member of a nonredundant virtual disk, then back up the data before replacing the disk. Removing a physical
disk that is included in a non-redundant virtual disk will cause the virtual disk to fail and may
cause data loss.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
437
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR22
SMART warning temperature forarg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A disk has reached an unacceptable temperature and received a SMART alert (predictive
failure). The disk is likely to fail in the near future.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Determine why the physical disk reached an unacceptable temperature.
For example, a fan failure, incorrect thermostat settings, or the room temperature may be too
hot or cold. 2) Verify that the fans in the server or enclosure are working. 3) If the physical disk
is in an enclosure, check the thermostat settings and examine whether the enclosure is
located near a heat source. Verify the enclosure has enough ventilation and that the room
temperature is not too hot. Refer to the enclosure documentation for more diagnostic
information. 4) If you cannot identify why the disk has reached an unacceptable temperature,
then replace the disk. If the physical disk is a member of a non-redundant virtual disk, then
back up the data before replacing the disk. Removing a physical disk that is included in a nonredundant virtual disk causes the virtual disk to fail and may cause data loss.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR23
Message
Arguments
438
SMART warning degraded forarg1
•
arg1 = PD Name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
A disk is degraded and has received a SMART alert (predictive failure). The disk is likely to fail
in the near future.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk that has received the SMART alert. If the physical disk is a member of a nonredundant virtual disk, then back up the data before replacing the disk. Removing a physical
disk that is included in a non-redundant virtual disk will cause the virtual disk to fail and may
cause data loss.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR24
Failure prediction threshold exceeded onarg1due to test. No action needed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A disk has received a SMART alert (predictive failure) due to test conditions.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR25
Message
arg1dead segments are removed.
439
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
Portions of the physical disk that were formerly inaccessible have been recovered. This alert is
provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR26
arg1is online.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A previously offline physical disk is now online.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
440
TRUE
FALSE
PDR27
Dedicated hot spare assigned toarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A user assigned a physical disk as a dedicated hot spare to a virtual disk. See Protecting Your
Virtual Disk with a Hot Spare for more information. This alert is provided for informational
purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR28
Message
Arguments
Dedicated hot spare unassigned fromarg1.
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A physical disk that was assigned as a hot spare has been unassigned and is no longer
functioning as a hot spare. The physical disk was unassigned by a user or automatically
unassigned by Storage Management. Storage Management unassigns hot spares that have
been used to rebuild data. Once data is rebuilt onto the hot spare, the hot spare becomes a
member of the virtual disk and is no longer assigned as a hot spare. Assign a new hot spare to
maintain data protection in this situation.
Recommended
Response Action
Although this alert is provided for informational purposes, you may need to assign a new hot
spare to the virtual disk. Refer to product documentation and see the section Protecting Your
Virtual Disk with a Hot Spare for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
441
LCD Message
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TRUE
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PDR29
Rebuild onarg1completed with error(s).
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
See A Rebuild Completes with Errors for more information.
Recommended
Response Action
See A Rebuild Completes with Errors for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR30
Message
Arguments
A global hot spare failed.arg1
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
The controller cannot to communicate with a disk that is assigned as a global hot spare. The
disk either failed or was removed. There may also be a bad or loose cable.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the disk is healthy and installed. Check the cables. Refer to the product
documentation and see the Cables Attached Correctly section for more information on
checking the cables. If necessary, replace the disk and reassign the global hot spare.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
442
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR31
A global hot spare has been removed.arg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
The controller cannot to communicate with a disk that is assigned as a global hot spare. The
disk either failed or was removed. There may also be a bad or loose cable.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the disk is healthy and installed. Check the cables. Refer to the product
documentation and see the Cables Attached Correctly section for more information on
checking the cables. If necessary, replace the disk and reassign the global hot spare.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR32
Message
Arguments
A dedicated hot spare failed.arg1
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
The controller cannot to communicate with a disk that is assigned as a global hot spare. The
disk either failed or was removed. There may also be a bad or loose cable.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the disk is healthy and installed. Check the cables. Refer to the product
documentation and see the Cables Attached Correctly section for more information on
checking the cables. If necessary, replace the disk and reassign the global hot spare.
443
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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Alert
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR33
A dedicated hot spare has been removed.arg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
The controller cannot to communicate with a disk that is assigned as a global hot spare. The
disk either failed or was removed. There may also be a bad or loose cable.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the disk is healthy and installed. Check the cables. Refer to the product
documentation and see the Cables Attached Correctly section for more information on
checking the cables. If necessary, replace the disk and reassign the global hot spare.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR34
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
444
A dedicated hot spare has been automatically unassigned.arg1
•
arg1 = PD Name
The hot spare is no longer required because the virtual disk it was assigned to has been
deleted.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR35
The only hot spare available is a SATA diskarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
The only physical disk available to be assigned as a hot spare is using SATA technology. The
physical disks in the virtual disk are using SAS technology. Because of this difference in
technology, the hot spare cannot rebuild data if one of the physical disks in the virtual disk
fails.
Recommended
Response Action
Add a SAS disk that is large enough to be used as the hot spare and assign the new disk as a
hot spare.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR36
Message
Arguments
The only hot spare available is a SAS diskarg1.
•
arg1 = PD Name
445
Detailed
Description
The only physical disk available to be assigned as a hot spare is using SAS technology. The
physical disks in the virtual disk are using SATA technology. Because of this difference in
technology, the hot spare cannot rebuild data if one of the physical disks in the virtual disk
fails.
Recommended
Response Action
Add a SATA disk that is large enough to be used as the hot spare and assign the new disk as a
hot spare.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR37
Thearg1is not supported.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical device
Detailed
Description
The physical device may not have a supported version of the firmware or the physical device
may not be supported.
Recommended
Response Action
If the physical device is supported, then update the firmware to a supported version. If the
physical device is not supported, then replace the physical device with one that is supported.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR38
Message
446
A clear operation started onarg1.
FALSE
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A user has initiated a clear operation on a physical disk.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR39
A blink operation has initiated onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
447
PDR40
The blink operation has ceased onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR41
Message
Arguments
The clear operation onarg1was cancelled.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The clear command did not complete on the physical disk. This means that some data was not
cleared and may be recoverable.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
448
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR42
arg1has been started.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR43
Message
Arguments
The clear operation onarg1has completed.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This message is generated after a clear operation completes on a physical disk.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
449
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR44
The clear operation onarg1failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A Clear task was being performed on a physical disk but the task was interrupted and did not
complete successfully. The controller may have lost communication with the disk, the disk was
removed, or the cables may be loose or defective.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the disk is present and not in a Failed state. Make sure the cables are attached
securely. See the storage hardware documentation for more information on checking the
cables. Restart the Clear task.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR46
Message
Arguments
Patrol Read found an uncorrectable media error onarg1.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The Patrol Read task has encountered an error that cannot be corrected. There may be a bad
disk block that cannot be remapped.
Recommended
Response Action
Backup your data from the disk. Start disk initialization and wait for it to complete, then restore
the data from the backup to the disk.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
450
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR47
A block onarg1was punctured by the controller.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The controller encountered an unrecoverable medium error when attempting to read a block
on the physical disk and marked that block as invalid. If the controller encountered the
unrecoverable medium error on a source physical disk during a rebuild or reconfigure
operation, it punctures the corresponding block on the target physical disk. The invalid block
clears on a write operation.
Recommended
Response Action
Back up the data from the disk. Start disk initialization and wait for it to complete, and then
restore the data from a backup copy.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR48
Message
Arguments
Thearg1rebuild has resumed.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This message is generated after rebuild resumes on a physical disk.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
451
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR49
The dedicated hot sparearg1is too small.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
The dedicated hot spare is not large enough to protect all virtual disks that reside on the disk
group.
Recommended
Response Action
Assign a larger disk as the dedicated hot spare.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR50
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
452
Insufficient space on the global hot sparearg1.
•
arg1 = PD Name
The global hot spare is not large enough to protect all virtual disks that reside on the controller.
Recommended
Response Action
Assign a larger disk as the global hot spare.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR51
Hot sparearg1SMART polling has failed.arg2
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = physical disk
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
The controller firmware attempted to do SMART polling on the hot spare but could not
complete the SMART polling. The controller may have lost communication with the hot spare.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the health of the disk assigned as a hot spare. Replace the disk and reassign the hot
spare. Make sure the cables are attached securely. See the storage hardware documentation
for more information on checking the cables.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR52
Message
A redundant path is broken.
Detailed
Description
The controller has two connectors that are connected to the same enclosure. The
communication path on one connector has lost connection with the enclosure. The
communication path on the other connector is reporting this loss.
453
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure the cables are attached securely. See the Cables Attached Correctly section for
more information on checking the cables. Make sure both Enclosure Management Modules
(EMMs) are healthy.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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Alert
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR53
A redundant path has been restored forarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR54
Message
Arguments
454
A disk media error onarg1was corrected during recovery.
•
arg1 = physical disk
FALSE
Detailed
Description
This message is generated after a disk media error is corrected on a physical disk.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR55
Insufficient space available on thearg1to perform a rebuild.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The physical disk inserted is too small for the rebuild to occur.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the physical disk with one of correct protocol (SAS, SATA) with at least the required
size. Force rebuild if it does not start automatically.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR56
Message
Arguments
Bad block table onarg1is 80% full.
•
arg1 = physical disk
455
Detailed
Description
The bad block table is the table used for remapping bad disk blocks. This table fills as bad disk
blocks are remapped. When the table is full, bad disk blocks are no longer remapped, which
means that disk errors are no longer corrected. At this point, data loss can occur. The bad
block table is now 80 percent full.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk generating this message.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR57
Bad block table onarg1is full. Unable to log blockarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = physical disk
arg2 = logical block address
Detailed
Description
The bad block table is the table used for remapping bad disk blocks. This table fills as bad disk
blocks are remapped. When the table is full, bad disk blocks are no longer remapped, which
means that disk errors are no longer corrected. At this point, data loss can occur.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk generating this message and restore from a backup copy. You may have lost
data.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
456
TRUE
FALSE
PDR58
arg1is incompatible.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
A user attempted to replace a disk with another disk that is using an incompatible technology.
For example, replaced one side of a mirror with a SAS disk when the other side of the mirror is
using SATA technology.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the hardware documentation for information on replacing disks.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR59
Message
Arguments
A bad disk block was reassigned onarg1.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The disk has a bad block. Data was remapped to another disk block. No data loss has
occurred.
Recommended
Response Action
Monitor the disk for other messages or indications of poor health.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
457
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR60
Error occurred onarg1:arg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = physical disk
arg2 = error code
Detailed
Description
The reason for the error can vary depending on the situation. The firmware error code is
indicated in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the health of attached devices. Review the Lifecycle log for significant events. Replace
faulty hardware, if required. Make sure the cables are attached securely. Refer to the storage
hardware documentation for more information on checking the cable connections.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR61
Message
Arguments
The rebuild ofarg1failed due to errors on the source physical disk.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
It is not possible to rebuild data that resides on a defective disk.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the source disk and restore data from backup.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
458
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR62
The rebuild failed due to errors on the targetarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
It is not possible to rebuild data that resides on a defective disk.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the target disk. If a rebuild does not automatically start after replacing the disk, then
initiate the Rebuild task. You may need to assign the new disk as a hot spare to initiate the
rebuild.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR63
Message
Arguments
A bad disk block onarg1cannot be reassigned during a write operation.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A write operation cannot complete because the disk contains bad disk blocks that could not be
reassigned. Data loss may have occurred. Data redundancy may be lost.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
459
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR64
An unrecoverable disk media error occurred onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The rebuild or recovery operation encountered an unrecoverable disk media error.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR65
Message
Arguments
arg1is marked as missing.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
460
FALSE
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR66
arg1that was marked as missing has been replaced.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR67
Message
A non-Dell disk drive has been detected.
Detailed
Description
The physical disk does not comply with the standards set by Dell and is not supported.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the physical disk with a supported physical disk.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
461
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR68
Dedicated sparearg1imported as global due to missing disk groups.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR69
Message
Arguments
Rebuild not possible onarg1.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
Physical disk inserted is of the incorrect protocol. SAS or SATA mixing is not supported in the
same virtual disk.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove drive, insert correct protocol type, and force a rebuild as imposed for controller and
system.
Category
Storage
462
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR70
Copyback started fromarg1toarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = physical disk
arg2 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A copyback operation began to copy data from one physical disk to another physical disk. This
may be due to a user initiated operation or a predictive failure.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR71
Message
Arguments
Copyback completed fromarg1toarg2.
•
•
Detailed
Description
arg1 = physical disk
arg2 = physical disk
The copyback operation completed.
463
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR72
Copyback resumed onarg1fromarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = physical disk
arg2 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR73
Message
Arguments
Copyback failed fromarg1toarg2.
•
•
464
arg1 = physical disk
arg2 = physical disk
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The physical disk participating in the copyback operation failed.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk and retry the operation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR74
Copyback cancelled onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A user cancelled the copyback operation.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR75
Message
Arguments
Copyback stopped for hot sparearg1.
•
arg1 = physical disk
465
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR76
Message
Copyback not possible as SAS or SATA mixing is not supported.
Detailed
Description
Copyback not possible as SAS or SATA mixing is not supported in the same virtual disk. This
alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR77
Message
Arguments
466
arg1state changed from READY to Non-RAID.
•
arg1 = physical disk
FALSE
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR78
arg1state changed from Non-RAID to READY.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR79
Message
Arguments
A user terminated Copyback fromarg1toarg2.
•
arg1 = physical disk
467
•
arg2 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
A user aborted an ongoing copyback operation. The operation did not complete.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-issue the command.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR81
Microcode update started onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The physical disk firmware update operation has started.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR82
Message
468
arg1security was activated.
FALSE
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
Security on a secure encrypted disk was activated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR83
arg1is reprovisioned.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
This alert is provided for informational purposes.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
469
PDR84
arg1Security key has changed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The Security key on a secure encrypted disk was activated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR85
Message
Arguments
Security subsystem errors detected forarg1.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
Errors were detected with security related operations on the disk. The data on the disk might
not be retrieved or stored successfully. In addition, the security of the stored data might be at
risk.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the disk is a Secure Encrypted Disk and is not locked. If it is not, replace the disk with a
Secure Encrypted Disk. See the storage hardware documentation for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
470
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR86
Bad block table onarg1is full.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The number of blocks on the disk that exhibit an error has exceeded the capacity of the drive to
remap. Any future writes to bad sectors will be unrecoverable.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the disk.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR87
Message
Arguments
arg1was reset.
•
arg1 = physical device
Detailed
Description
The physical device was reset. This is a normal part of operations and is not a cause for
concern.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
471
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR88
Power state change failed onarg1. (fromarg2toarg3)
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = PD Name
arg2 = state
arg3 = state
Detailed
Description
When physical drives in spun down power state are configured, the drives should transition to
spun up power state.. If the drive is not functioning properly, this transition could fail.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the physical disk and try again. Contact technical support if the issue persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4345
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR93
Message
Arguments
Microcode update onarg1has completed.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The physical disk firmware update operation has completed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
472
FALSE
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR94
Microcode update onarg1has timed out.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The attempt to update the physical disk has timed out. This may be due to too much activity on
the bus, a bad update package, or a bad disk.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the update. The update utility may have already performed the retry operation.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR95
Message
Arguments
Microcode update onarg1has failed.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The attempt to update the physical disk has failed. This is due to too much activity on the bus, a
bad update package, or a bad disk.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the update. If the update fails a second time, verify the update package is valid. If the
update package is valid, replace the failing disk. Contact technical support if the problem
persists.
Category
Storage
473
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR96
Security was disabled onarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
Security on a secure encrypted disk was disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR97
Message
Arguments
arg1security key required.
•
arg1 = physical disk
Detailed
Description
The controller detected drives that require security keys for access. Without providing security
keys, the drives are unstable.
Recommended
Response Action
Provide the security key required to unlock the secure encrypted drives.
474
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4347
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR98
Command timeout occurred onarg1.arg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = physical disk
arg2 = args
Detailed
Description
An error occurred while performing an action on the disk.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the disk is present or replace the disk.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR100
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Dedicated Hot Sparearg1no longer useful for all arrays.
•
arg1 = PD Name
The controller is not able to communicate with a disk that is assigned as a dedicated hot spare.
The disk may have been removed. There may also be a bad or loose cable.
475
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that the disk is healthy and that it has not been removed. Check the cables. See the
Cables Attached Correctly section for more information on checking the cables. If necessary,
replace the disk and reassign the dedicated hot spare.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PDR101
Global Hot Sparearg1does not cover all arrays.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PD Name
Detailed
Description
This alert message occurs if there are arrays not protected with a global hot spare.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4346
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PDR9000
Message
Arguments
476
Foreign Configuration was detected onarg1.
•
arg1 = physical disk
FALSE
Detailed
Description
Internal Use Only.
Recommended
Response Action
Internal Use Only.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LCD
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1100
Drivearg1is installed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1116
Message
Arguments
Drivearg1is removed.
•
arg1 = number
477
Detailed
Description
The controller detected a drive removal
Recommended
Response Action
If unintended, verify drive installation. Remove and reseat the indicated disk. If the problem
persists, contact technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a
convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Drive <number> is removed. Check drive
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1101
Fault detected on drivearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The controller detected a failure on the disk and has taken the disk offline.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reseat the failed disk. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Fault detected on drive <number>. Check drive.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1102
Message
478
A predictive failure detected on drivearg1.
FALSE
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The controller received a SMART error from the drive. The drive is operational but needs
replacement.
Recommended
Response Action
The drive will need replacement at the next service window.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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LCD
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Cycle
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1117
Drivearg1is operating normally.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
479
PDR1103
Drivearg1is the hot-spare drive.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1119
Message
Arguments
Drivearg1is no longer the hot-spare drive.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
480
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1104
Consistency check is in progress for drivearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1120
Message
Arguments
Consistency check for drivearg1completed.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
481
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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LCD
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Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1105
Drivearg1is in the critical array.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Drive <number> is in the critical array. Replace drive.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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LCD
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Cycle
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1121
Message
Arguments
Drivearg1is no longer in the critical array.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
482
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1106
Drivearg1is in the failed array.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Drive <number> is in the failed array. Replace drive.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1122
Message
Arguments
Drivearg1is no longer in the failed array.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
483
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1107
Rebuild is in progress for drivearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1123
Message
Arguments
Rebuild completed for drivearg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
484
FALSE
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1108
Rebuild was aborted for drivearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1000
Message
Arguments
Drivearg1is installed in disk drive bayarg2.
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
485
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1001
Fault detected on drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
The controller detected a failure on the disk and has taken the disk offline.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reseat the failed drive. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Fault detected on drive <number> in disk drive bay <bay>. Check drive.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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LCD
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Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1016
Message
Arguments
Drivearg1is removed from disk drive bayarg2.
•
•
486
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The controller detected that the drive was removed.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify drive installation. Remove and reseat the failed drive. If the problem persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Drive <number> removed from disk drive bay <bay>. Check drive.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1017
Drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2is operating normally.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1002
Message
A predictive failure detected on drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2.
487
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
The controller received a SMART error from the drive. The drive is operational but needs
replacement.
Recommended
Response Action
The drive will need replacement at the next service window.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1003
Drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2is the hot-spare drive.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
488
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1019
Drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2is no longer the hot-spare drive.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1004
Message
Arguments
Consistency check is in progress for drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2.
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
489
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1020
Consistency check for drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2completed.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1005
Message
Arguments
Drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2is in the critical array.
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
490
FALSE
LCD Message
Drive <number> in disk drive bay <bay> is in the critical array. Replace drive.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1021
Drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2is no longer in the critical array.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1006
Message
Arguments
Drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2is in the failed array.
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
491
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Drive <number> in disk drive bay <bay> is in the failed array. Replace drive.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1022
Drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2is no longer in the failed array.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1007
Message
Arguments
Rebuild is in progress for drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2.
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
492
FALSE
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1023
Rebuild completed for drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1008
Message
Arguments
Rebuild was aborted for drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2.
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
493
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1024
Drive mismatch detected for drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
The installed disk does not meet the array requirements, for example a SATA disk may not
operate in an array containing SAS drives.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the disk meets the array requirements.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Drive mismatch detected for drive <number> in bay <bay>. Install correct drive type
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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LC Log
LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PDR1025
Message
494
Drive mismatch corrected for drivearg1in disk drive bayarg2.
FALSE
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = bay
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PDR = Physical Disk
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
495
496
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PST Event Messages
PST0128
Message
No memory is detected.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS was unable to detect memory in the system . This exception occurred early in
system power on, thus the system may not display video (BIOS Post Exception 80).
Recommended
Response Action
Inspect System Memory.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No memory is detected. Inspect memory devices
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PST0129
Message
Memory is detected, but is not configurable.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected memory, but was unable to configure the memory for system operation.
Compare system memory installation to supported system memory configurations. Reduce the
system to minimum memory configuration if acceptable. This exception occurred early in
system power on, thus the system may not display video.(BIOS POST Exception Code 81).
Recommended
Response Action
Compare system memory installation to supported system memory configurations.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory is detected, but is not configurable. Check memory devices
Initial Default.
FALSE
497
Filter
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PST0130
Message
Memory is configured, but not usable.
Detailed
Description
During memory configuration system BIOS encountered device failures or speed
configurations that resulted in unused memory. This exception occurred early in system power
on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST Exception code 82)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove input power. Reseat memory devices or reduce system to minimum supported memory
configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory is configured, but not usable. Check memory devices
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PST0131
Message
System BIOS shadow failed.
Detailed
Description
Memory errors occurred copying BIOS image into system memory. This exception occurred
early in system power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST Exception Code
83)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove input power. Reduce system memory to minimum configuration and apply input power.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
System BIOS shadow failed. Check memory devices
Initial Default.
FALSE
498
Filter
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LCD
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PST0132
Message
CMOS failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a failure with CMOS memory during system POST. This exception
occurred early in system power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST
Exception Code 84)
Recommended
Response Action
Check system event log for CMOS battery exceptions. Remove and reapply input power. If the
problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a
convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CMOS failed. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0133
Message
DMA controller failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a failure with the DMA controller during system POST. This exception
occurred early in system power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST
Exception code 85)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
DMA controller failed. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
499
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PST0134
Message
Interrupt controller failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a failure with the interrupt controller during system POST. This
exception occurred early in system power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS
POST Exception code 86)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Interrupt controller failed. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
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PST0135
Message
Timer refresh failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a timer refresh failure during system POST. This exception occurred
early in system power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST Exception code
87).
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Timer refresh failed. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
500
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PST0136
Message
Programmable interval timer error.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected an failure with the programmable interval timer during POST. This
exception occurred early in system power on, thus the system may not display video.(BIOS
POST Exception code 88)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Programmable interval timer error. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
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PST0137
Message
Parity error.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a parity error during post This exception occurred early in system
power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST exception code 89)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Parity error. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
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501
PST0138
Message
SuperIO failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a failure with the SIO. This exception occurred early in system power
on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST code exception code 8A)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
SuperIO failure. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0139
Message
Keyboard controller failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a failure with the Keyboard Controller. This exception occurred early in
system power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST exception code 8B)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Keyboard controller failed. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
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PST0140
Message
502
System management interrupt initialization failed.
FALSE
Detailed
Description
System BIOS failed to initialize the system management interrupt. This exception occurred
early in system power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST exception code
8C)
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and reapply input power. If the problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to
the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
SMI initialization failed. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0141
Message
QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) fatal error.
Detailed
Description
Quick Path Interconnect failed during system POST. Reboot the system. If problem persists,
remove input power and reseat processors. This exception occurred early in system power on,
thus the system may not display video.
Recommended
Response Action
Reboot the system. If problem persists, remove input power and reseat processors.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) fatal error. Contact support
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0142
Message
MRC fatal error.
Detailed
Description
BIOS Memory testing failed. Compare system memory installation to supported system memory
configurations. Reduce system configuration to minimum memory configuration. This exception
occurred early in system power on, thus the system may not display video.
503
Recommended
Response Action
Compare system memory installation to supported system memory configurations. Reduce
system configuration to minimum memory configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Memory initialization error. Contact support
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0143
Message
Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) fatal error.
Detailed
Description
TXT boot failed. This could be related to memory errors or an error with the system TXT
configuration. A socketed TPM module may have been removed. This exception occurred early
in system power on, thus the system may not display video.
Recommended
Response Action
Check TPM presence. Remove and reapply input power. If the problem persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) fatal error. Contact support
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0192
Message
Shut-down test failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS shutdown test failed during POST. This exception occurred early in system power
on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST exception code C0).
Recommended
Response Action
Check system event log for CMOS battery exceptions. Remove and reapply input power. If the
problem persists, contact technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a
convenient contact method.
504
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Shut-down test failed. Power cycle system
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0193
Message
BIOS POST memory test failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS POST memory test failed. This exception occurred early in system power on, thus
the system may not display video. (BIOS POST exception code C1)
Recommended
Response Action
Compare system memory installation to supported system memory configurations. Reduce
system configuration to minimum memory configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
BIOS POST memory test failed. Check memory devices
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0194
Message
Remote access controller configuration failed.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS could not configure the Remote Access controller This exception occurred early
in system power on, thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST exception code C2)
Recommended
Response Action
Cycle input power and power on the system. If the problem persists, contact technical support.
Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
505
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Remote access controller configuration failed. Check screen message
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0195
Message
CPU configuration failed.
Detailed
Description
The current processor configuration is unsupported or encountered a fatal exception during
POST. Check the processor configuration. This exception occurred early in system power on,
thus the system may not display video. (BIOS POST exception code C3).
Recommended
Response Action
Review system processor configuration and reduce the system to the minimum configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
CPU configuration failed. Check screen message
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0196
Message
Incorrect memory configuration.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected an invalid memory population. Reinstall the memory to match the
supported population. This exception occurred early in system power on, thus the system may
not display video. (BIOS POST Exception code C4)
Recommended
Response Action
Re-install memory to match supported memory configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
Incorrect memory configuration. Review User Guide
506
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PST0254
Message
General failure after video.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a functional or configuration issue during system POST. Check the
system video screen for more information. The system event log may contain additional details.
This exception occurred early in system power on, thus the system may not display video.
(BIOS POST Exception code FE).
Recommended
Response Action
Check system video and review event log for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
General failure after video. Check screen message
Initial Default.
FALSE
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PST0256
Message
POST fatal error detected.
Detailed
Description
System BIOS detected a functional or configuration issue during system POST. Check the
system video screen for more information. The system event log may contain additional details.
Recommended
Response Action
Check system video and review event log for additional information.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PST = BIOS POST
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
POST fatal error detected. Contact support
Initial Default.
FALSE
507
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PSU Event Messages
PSU8501
Unable to retrieve PSUarg1input voltage information.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
Unable to retrieve input voltage information for the PSU specified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove the PSU from the chassis, wait for two minutes, and reinsert it. If the issue persists,
contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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PSU8502
Message
Arguments
The PSU in slotarg1detected 110 VAC input voltage and does not match chassis configuration.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The input voltage of the PSU specified in the message does not match the input voltage of the
PSUs already present in the chassis.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Check the power configuration "Allow 110 VAC Operation" setting and make
sure it is enabled. 2) Check if the input voltage of all the PSUs are the same. 3) If the input
voltage of the PSU specified in the message is not the same, then remove the unmatched PSU.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
509
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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PSU8503
The PSU in slotarg1detected 220 VAC input voltage and does not match chassis configuration.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The input voltage of the PSU specified in the message does not match the input voltage of the
PSUs already present in the chassis.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Check if the input voltage of all the PSUs are the same. 2) If the input
voltage of the PSU specified in the message is not the same, then remove the unmatched PSU.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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PSU8504
Message
The Allow 110 VAC Operation overload risk is not acknowledged.
Detailed
Description
Selecting the Allow 110 VAC Operation involves potential risk that an overload can occur. The
overload risk was not acknowledged in the CMC Web interface when the selection was made.
Recommended
Response Action
Select the Allow 110 VAC Operation and accept the subsequent dialog that acknowledges the
overload risk.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
510
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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PSU8505
Message
Unable to set the chassis redundancy policy to AC Redundancy.
Detailed
Description
Unable to set the chassis redundancy policy to AC Redundancy.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation using the CMC command line interface or CMC Web interface. To set the
chassis redundnacy policy using the command line, enter "racadm config -g cfgChassisPower o cfgChassisRedundancyPolicy 1". To configure the chassis redundancy policy using the Web
interface, click Chassis Overview > Power > Configuration. From the Redundancy drop-down
menu, select AC Redundancy.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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PSU8506
Message
Unable to change power cap because Server Based Power Management Mode is enabled.
Detailed
Description
When the Server Power Management mode is enabled the Power cap cannot be set.
Recommended
Response Action
To enable the ability to set the power cap, switch to external Power Management and disable
the Server Based Management Mode in the CMC Web interface.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
511
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
PSU8507
Insufficient power available because PSU in the slotarg1is not present..
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The PSU identified in the message has been disengaged or removed. Insifficient power is
available.
Recommended
Response Action
Insert a PSU in the slot identified in the message.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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PSU8508
Message
Arguments
arg1, PSUarg2firmware update is in progress.
•
•
arg1 = error string
arg2 = slot number
Detailed
Description
Unable to set the Power configuration because the PSU firmware update is in progress.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation after the PSU firmware update is completed.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
512
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
PSU8510
PSU in slotarg1FW updated successfully to versionarg2
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = slot number
arg2 = version number
Detailed
Description
The firmware for the PSU identified in the message is successfully updated to the version
displayed in the message
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
PSU8511
Message
Arguments
Successfully updated the firmware for the PSU in slotarg1.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The firmware for the PSU identified in the message was successfully updated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
513
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
PSU8512
Unable to update the firmware for the PSU in slotarg1. Error=0xarg2(arg3)
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
arg1 = slot number
arg2 = error number
arg3 = error string
Detailed
Description
The firmware update operation for the PSU identified in the message did not complete,
because of internal communication errors.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the firmware update operation. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
PSU8513
Message
Arguments
Unable to complete the PSU slotarg1firmware update. Error=0xarg2.
•
•
514
arg1 = number
arg2 = error number
Detailed
Description
Unable to update the PSU firmware due to PMBus communication errors.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the firmware update operation. If the problem persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
PSU8515
Message
Unable to set the Enable Dynamic Power Supply Engagement attribute.
Detailed
Description
Unable to set the Enable Dynamic Power Supply Engagement attribute.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Retry the operation. 2) If the issue persists, review the tracelog for more
details. To retrieve the tracelog, in the CMC Web interface, go to Troubleshooting >
Diagnostics page and enter the "gettracelog" command, or use RACADM "gettracelog"
command. If the issue continues to persist, contact your service provider and provide the
tracelog.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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PSU8516
Message
Unable to set redundancy policy because PSU enumeration is in progress.
515
Detailed
Description
Unable to set redundancy policy because PSU enumeration is in progress. The policy can be
set after PSU enumeration is complete.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation after the PSU enumeration is complete.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
PSU8517
Message
PSU redundancy policy changed.
Detailed
Description
The operation to change the PSU redundancy policy is complete.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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PSU8518
Message
Arguments
516
Unable to access the PSUarg1FRU data.
•
arg1 = slot number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The operation to read the FRU data from the PSU indentified in the message did not complete
successfully due to internal communication errors.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation. If the condition persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU8519
Message
Enhanced Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) is not supported by the current power
supply configuration and is suspended.
Detailed
Description
The Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) feature is suspended due to the configuration
or the type of PSU present. The feature is enabled, but suspended until a supported PSU
configuration is in place.
Recommended
Response Action
Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) is not supported by the current power supply
configuration. Verify the PSUs are supported. Replace the unsupported PSUs.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU8520
Message
Enhanced Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) is fully supported.
Detailed
Description
The Dynamic Power Supply Enagement feature is supported and fully operational.
517
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU1000
Power supply cable has been removed fromarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PSU Sensor Name
Detailed
Description
The power supply unit is not receiving input AC power. The power cable may not be connected
properly or removed. This can happen if there is an AC failure or problems with the power strip
attached to the enclosure power supply.
Recommended
Response Action
Reconnect the power cable to the power supply unit if it was disconnected. Restore the input
AC power supply. Make sure the power supply is restored to the enclosure from the mains.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4234
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU1003
Message
Arguments
518
arg1is switched OFF.
•
arg1 = PSU Sensor Name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The power supply is not providing any power. This may be because the power supply switch is
in the off position or the power supply has failed.
Recommended
Response Action
Check whether the power switch on the power supply unit is turned off or on. If it is turned off,
turn it on. If the problem is not corrected, verify that the power cord is attached and functional.
See the storage hardware documentation for more information.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
4234
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU1010
Message
The DC power supply is switched off.
Detailed
Description
The power supply unit is switched off. Either you have switched off the power supply unit or it
is defective.
Recommended
Response Action
Check to see whether the power switch is turned off or on. If it is turned off, turn it on. If the
problem is not corrected, verify that the power cord is attached and functional. If the problem
continues or if the power switch is already turned on, then replace the power supply unit.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4233
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Power Off Power
Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU1002
Message
Arguments
arg1was removed
•
arg1 = PSU Sensor Name
519
Detailed
Description
The enclosure detected that a power supply unit was removed and is no longer functioning in
optimal condition.
Recommended
Response Action
Re-insert the power supply unit into the enclosure. Re-connect the AC power cable and switch
on the power supply unit. Contact technical support if the issue persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4233
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU1004
Power supply cable has been inserted intoarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PSU Sensor Name
Detailed
Description
The enclosure detected that AC power supply was restored to the power supply unit.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
4235
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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Power Off Power
Cycle
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU1001
Message
Arguments
520
arg1has failed.
•
arg1 = PSU Sensor Name
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The enclosure detected that a power supply unit has failed.
Recommended
Response Action
Check for other messages related to the state of the power supply unit/enclosure. These may
help determine the cause of this event. Contact technical support if the issue still persists.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4233
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU1007
arg1has failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = PSU Sensor Name
Detailed
Description
A device has been failed and the system is no longer functioning in optimal condition.
Recommended
Response Action
Replace the device.
Category
Storage
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
4233
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
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Power Off Power
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0000
Message
Arguments
Power supplyarg1is present.
•
arg1 = number
521
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2187
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0001
Power supplyarg1failed.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the power supply. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer
to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
PSU <number> failed. Check PSU
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU0017
Message
Arguments
522
Power supplyarg1is operating normally.
•
arg1 = number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2187
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0002
A predictive failure detected on power supplyarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance and power redundancy may be degraded or lost.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the power supply at the next service window. If the issue persists,
contact technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact
method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2186
LCD Message
Predictive failure on PSU <number>. Check PSU
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0003
Message
The power input for power supplyarg1is lost.
523
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The power supply is installed correctly but an input source is not connected or is not
functional.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the input source is attached to the power supply. Verify the input power is within the
operating requirements for the power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Power input for PSU <number> is lost. Check PSU cables
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU0019
The input power for power supplyarg1has been restored.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2187
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
524
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0004
The power input for power supplyarg1is outside of range.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The operating requirements for the power supply may be found in product documentation or on
the power supply itself.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the input source is attached to the power supply. Verify the input power is within the
operating requirements for the power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Power input for PSU <number> is outside of range. Check PSU cables
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0005
Message
Arguments
The power input for power supplyarg1is outside of the allowable range, but it is attached to the
system.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The operating requirements for the power supply may be found in product documentation or on
the power supply itself.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the input power is within the operating requirements for the power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2186
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
525
Filter
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0006
Power supplyarg1is incorrectly configured.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Power supplies should be of the same input type and power rating.
Recommended
Response Action
Install matched power supplies and review product documentation for proper configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Power supply <number> is incorrectly configured. Check PSU.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU0022
Message
Arguments
Power supplyarg1is correctly configured.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2187
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
526
FALSE
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0007
Power supplyarg1is operating at 110 volts, and could cause a circuit breaker fault.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
A power supply that is designed to operate at 220V, but is connected to a 110V power source
requires additional current for operation. The additional current may trip circuit-breakers or
cause other electrical issues with the input source.
Recommended
Response Action
Check input power source and cabling. Use recommended input power. Review the product
documentation. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer to the product
documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0023
Message
Arguments
Power supplyarg1operating at 110 volts has been acknowledged by user.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
527
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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Cycle
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0031
Cannot communicate with power supplyarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The power supply may operate, however power supply monitoring will be degraded. System
performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove and re-install the power supply. If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer
to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Cannot communicate with PSU <number>. Reseat PSU.
Initial Default.
LC Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU0046
Message
Arguments
Communication has been restored to power supplyarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
528
FALSE
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2187
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0033
The temperature for power supplyarg1is outside of range.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the system operating environment, including airflow and inlet temperature. Check
system logs for temperature and thermal component failures.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
PSU <number> temperature outside of range. Check PSU
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0034
Message
Arguments
An under voltage fault detected on power supplyarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
This failure may be the result of an electrical issue with cables or subsystem components in
the system.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Remove and re-install the power supply. 2) Check cables and subsystem components in the
system for damage. 3) If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer to the product
documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
529
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
An under voltage fault detected on PSU <number>. Check power source.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0035
An over voltage fault detected on power supplyarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check input power, replace or re-install the power supply. If the issue persists, contact
technical support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Over voltage fault on PSU <number>. Check PSU
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0036
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
530
An over current fault detected on power supplyarg1.
•
arg1 = number
This failure may be the result of an electrical issue with cables or subsystem components in
the system.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Remove and re-install the power supply. 2) Check cables and subsystem components in the
system for damage. 3) If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer to the product
documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
An over current fault detected on PSU <number>. Check PSU.
Initial Default.
LC Log
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU0037
Fan failure detected on power supplyarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Check for fan blockage. If not replace the power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Fan failure detected on PSU <number>. Check PSU.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0076
Message
Arguments
A power supply wattage mismatch is detected; power supplyarg1is rated forarg2watts.
•
•
arg1 = number
arg2 = value
531
Detailed
Description
Power supplies should be of the same input type and power rating.
Recommended
Response Action
Install matched power supplies and review product documentation for proper configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
PSU wattage mismatch; PSU <number> = <value> watts
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU0090
Power supplyarg1wattage mismatch corrected.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2187
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU0900
Message
Arguments
532
Power unitarg1is off.
•
arg1 = number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0901
Power unitarg1is on.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0902
Message
Arguments
Power unitarg1was power cycled.
•
arg1 = number
533
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0904
Could not power down 240VA on power unitarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
In order to meet service requirements the supply must be shut down.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove input power at the power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0906
Message
Arguments
534
An interlock power down error detected on power unitarg1.
•
arg1 = number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
In order to meet service requirements the supply must be shut down.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove input power at the power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0907
An interlock power down error was corrected for power unitarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
Remove input power at the power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0908
Message
Arguments
Power lost on power unitarg1.
•
arg1 = number
535
Detailed
Description
The power supply is installed correctly but an input source is not connected or is not
functional.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the input source is attached to the power supply. Verify the input power is within the
operating requirements for the power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0909
Power restored on power unitarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0910
Message
Arguments
536
Soft power control failure detected on power unitarg1.
•
arg1 = number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The system did not respond correctly to a power down request.
Recommended
Response Action
Disconnect Input Power
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0911
Soft power control restored on power unitarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0912
Message
Arguments
A failure detected on power unitarg1.
•
arg1 = number
537
Detailed
Description
Status from the power supply indicates a power supply exception occurred. The power supply
will try to operate in a degraded state. System Performance and power redundancy may be
degraded or lost.
Recommended
Response Action
Check input power. Re-install the power supply. If problem persists contact support.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0913
Power unitarg1is operating normally.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0914
Message
538
A predictive failure detected on power unitarg1.
FALSE
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Status from the power supply indicates a power supply exception occurred. The power supply
will try to operate. System Performance and power redundancy may be degraded or lost.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove input power and re-install supply at the next service window.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PSU0032
The temperature for power supplyarg1is in a warning range.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
System performance may be degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the system operating environment, including airflow and inlet temperature. Check
system logs for temperature and thermal component failures.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2186
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
539
PSU0077
Power supplyarg1vendor type mismatch detected.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Power supplies should be of the same input type and power rating.
Recommended
Response Action
Install matched power supplies and review product documentation for proper configuration.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0078
Message
Arguments
Power supplyarg1revision mismatch detected.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
This power supply revision is not supported for this system.
Recommended
Response Action
Review product documentation, change power supply with correct revision.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
540
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0080
Power supplyarg1voltage rating does not match the systems requirements.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The system does not support mixed voltage power supplies.
Recommended
Response Action
Review product documentation, change power supply with correct voltage rating.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0038
Message
Arguments
Power supplyarg1fan is operating normally.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No reponse action is required
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2187
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
541
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0039
An under current fault detected on power supplyarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
Insufficient amount of current to keep power supply operating at a normal levels.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Remove and re-install the power supply input cord. 2) Check power distribution or PSU input
source for anomalies. 3) If the issue persists, contact technical support. Refer to the product
documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Under current fault detected on PSU <number>. Check PSU.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0040
Message
Arguments
An output under voltage fault detected on power supplyarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The power supply output voltage is insufficient to keep system operating at a normal levels.
Recommended
Response Action
1) Remove the power supply input cord and then remove power supply. 2) Re-install the power
supply and then re-install the power supply cord. 3) If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
542
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Output under voltage fault detected on PSU <number>.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0041
An output over voltage fault detected on power supplyarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
none
Recommended
Response Action
1) Remove the power supply input cord and then remove power supply. 2) Re-install the power
supply and then re-install the power supply cord. 3) If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Output over voltage fault on PSU <number>. Check PSU
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0042
Message
Arguments
An output over current fault detected on power supplyarg1.
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
none
Recommended
Response Action
1) Remove the power supply input cord and then remove power supply. 2) Re-install the power
supply and then re-install the power supply cord. 3) If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
543
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Output over current fault detected on PSU <number>. Check PSU.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0043
An output under current fault detected on power supplyarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
1) Remove the power supply input cord and then remove power supply. 2) Re-install the power
supply and then re-install the power supply cord. 3) If the issue persists, contact technical
support. Refer to the product documentation to choose a convenient contact method.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2185
LCD Message
Output under current fault detected on PSU <number>. Check PSU.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PSU0044
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
544
Cannot obtain status information from power supplyarg1.
•
arg1 = number
The power supply is operating but the system cannot get status information.
Recommended
Response Action
If problem persist, remove and re-install power supply.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2186
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
PSU0045
Power supplyarg1status information successfully obtained.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSU = Power Supply
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
2187
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
545
546
28
PSUA Event Messages
PSUA0016
Power supplyarg1is absent.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = number
Detailed
Description
The supply has been removed or has failed.
Recommended
Response Action
Install the power supply if needed.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PSUA = PSU Absent
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
2465
LCD Message
PSU <number> is absent. Check PSU
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
547
548
29
PWR Event Messages
PWR8500
Chassis power state updated toarg1fromarg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = new power state
arg2 = old power state
Detailed
Description
The chassis power state from the configuration database and the current state are different.
The current chassis power state will be updated in the configuration database. This is to insure
the chassis power state will be the same if the CMC is rebooted or a CMC failover occurs.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8501
Message
Arguments
Sussessfully set Virtual Infrastructure Device power toarg1WDC
•
arg1 = power reading
Detailed
Description
Power allocation succeeded for Virtual infrastructure.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
549
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8503
The current value of System Input Power Cap (arg1AC) is less than the upper limit (arg2AC).
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = power value
arg2 = power value
Detailed
Description
This Information is provided to enable checking whether the powercap is lower than the
maximum supported powercap limit.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8504
Message
Chassis power button is pressed, but the button is disabled.
Detailed
Description
The chassis power button press is detected but the button has been disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
The chassis power button is disabled. To enable the chassis power button use the CMC
RACADM command line interface, CMC Web interface. Using the command line, enter "racadm
config -g cfgChassisPower -o cfgChassisPowerButtonEnable 1". Using the Web interface, click
Chassis Overview > Power > Configuration. Clear the Disable Chassis Power Button check box.
Category
Audit
550
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8505
Message
The Dynamic Power Supply Engagement feature was not successfully enabled.
Detailed
Description
The Dynamic Power Supply Engagement feature was not successfully enabled.
Recommended
Response Action
Restart the Chassis Management Controller and retyr the operation. To restart the Chassis
Management Controller, using the WEB UI, go to Chassis Overview > Power > Control, select
the Reset CMC option, and then click Apply.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8506
Message
Arguments
Cumulative power computation (KWH) time is reset onarg1.
•
arg1 = time
Detailed
Description
Resetting the power computation reading causes the log to report time at which it is reset.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
551
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8507
System Input Power Cap changed fromarg1W AC toarg2W AC.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = previous power value
arg2 = new power value
Detailed
Description
The system Input Power Cap was changed from the value to the value indicated in the
message.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8508
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
552
New power budget (arg1W AC) may permit future degradation of redundancy.
•
arg1 = power value
If the power budget exceeds the effective capacity for the current redundancy policy, it is
possible for power allocations to grow beyond the effective capacity, which would reduce
redundancy capabilities.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required. Make sure there are enough PSUs to support redundancy at
the specified power budget.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8509
Message
Unable to change the server power priority because Server Based Power Management mode
is enabled.
Detailed
Description
Unable to change the server power priority because Server Based Power Management mode
is enabled.
Recommended
Response Action
The server power priority can be changed once Server Based Power Management mode is
disabled. Using the CMC Web UI, navigate to the Chassis Overview > Power > Configuration
page, then uncheck the Enable Server Based Power Management checkbox. Retry the
operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8510
Message
Arguments
Unable to set chassis power propertyarg1.
•
arg1 = property name
553
Detailed
Description
Unable to set the chassis power indentified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
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Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8511
Message
Unable to set the CHASSIS_POWER_button_disable chassis power property.
Detailed
Description
Unable to set the CHASSIS_POWER_button_disable chassis power property.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8512
Message
CMC rebooted, because the power configuration data could not be accessed.
Detailed
Description
Power configuration data in memory cannot be accessed due to synchronization issues.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
554
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8514
Message
Unable to perform chassis power action due to insufficient privileges.
Detailed
Description
The user account credentials provided for this chassis power action do not have the correct
privilege. Chassis control privilege is required to perform chassis power actions.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry to action with a different user account that has chassis power control privilege.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8515
Message
Unable to perform the chassis power action because the chassis is not turned on.
Detailed
Description
Unable to perform the chassis power action because the chassis is not turned on.
Recommended
Response Action
Turn the chassis on and retry the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
555
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8516
Message
Unable to perform the chassis power action requested..
Detailed
Description
Unable to perform the chassis power action requested.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the tracelog for more information. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8517
Message
Unable to turn off chassis power.
Detailed
Description
Chassis power state transition did not complete successfully. This may be due to one of the
following: 1) Unable to turn off one or more servers, 2) A firmware update may be in progress.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the tracelog for more information. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
556
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8518
Message
Unable to perform the chassis power action because the chassis is already turned on.
Detailed
Description
Unable to perform the chassis power action because the chassis is already turned on.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8519
Message
Unable to perform the chassis power action because the chassis is already turned off.
Detailed
Description
Unable to perform the chassis power action because the chassis is already turned off.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
557
PWR8520
Message
Initiated the chassis reset operation.
Detailed
Description
The chassis reset operation was initiated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8521
Message
Completed chassis reset operation.
Detailed
Description
The chassis reset operation was completed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8522
Message
558
Initiated chassis power cycle operation.
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The chassis power cycle operation was initiated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8523
Message
Completed chassis power cycle operation.
Detailed
Description
The chassis power cycle operation was completed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8524
Message
Redundancy was lost, while Server Performance Over Power Redundancy is enabled.
Detailed
Description
The redundancy was lost because the power requirement of the chassis exceeds the current
redundant policy.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required. Review the power requirements and determine if more PSUs
are needed to restore redundancy.
559
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8525
Message
110VAC Operation acknowledged.
Detailed
Description
110VAC operation of PSUs is acknowledged.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8526
Message
110VAC Operation unacknowledged.
Detailed
Description
110VAC operation of PSUs is unacknowledged.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
560
FALSE
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8527
Message
Server slot power priorities changed - reallocating power.
Detailed
Description
Server slot power priorites were changed. Power to servers is being reallocated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8528
Message
Unable to set Max Power Conservation Mode because the Server Based Power Management
mode is enabled.
Detailed
Description
The Max Power Conservation Mode can be enabled only when Server Based Power
Management Mode is diabled.
Recommended
Response Action
The Max Power Conservation Mode can be changed when Server Based Power Management
mode is disabled. Using the CMC Web UI, navigate to the Chassis Overview > Power >
Configuration page, then uncheck the Enable Server Based Power Management checkbox.
Retry the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
561
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8529
Message
Max Power Conservation Mode is enabled.
Detailed
Description
The Max Power Conservation Mode is enabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8530
Message
Max Power Conservation Mode is disabled.
Detailed
Description
Max Power Conservation Mode is disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
562
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8531
Message
Server Based Power Management Mode is enabled.
Detailed
Description
Server Based Power Management Mode is enabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8532
Message
Server Based Power Management Mode is disabled.
Detailed
Description
Server Based Power Management Mode is disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
563
PWR8533
Power cap changed fromarg1W AC toarg2W AC.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = power value
arg2 = power value
Detailed
Description
Power cap seeting was changed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8534
Message
Unable to set Server Based Power Management Mode to enable.
Detailed
Description
Unable to set Server Based Power Management Mode to enable.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
564
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8535
Message
Unable to set Server Based Power Management Mode to disable.
Detailed
Description
Unable to set Server Based Power Management Mode to disable.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8536
Message
Server Performance Over Power Redundancy is enabled.
Detailed
Description
Server Performance Over Power Redundancy is enabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8537
Message
Server Performance Over Power Redundancy is disabled.
565
Detailed
Description
Server Performance Over Power Redundancy is disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8538
Message
Power Remote Logging is enabled.
Detailed
Description
Power Remote Logging is enabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8539
Message
Power Remote Logging is disabled.
Detailed
Description
Power Remote Logging is disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
566
FALSE
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8540
Power Remote Logging Interval set toarg1
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = interval
Detailed
Description
The interval for remote logging of power information is set to the value identified in the
message
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8541
Message
Chassis powerup operation initiated.
Detailed
Description
Chassis powerup operation initiated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
567
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8542
Message
Chassis powerup operation completed.
Detailed
Description
Chassis powerup operation completed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8543
Message
Arguments
Serverarg1power inventory is not valid. Power inventory reading is Max Power=arg2AC Watt,
Min Power=arg3AC Watt, Allocated Power=arg4AC Watt
•
•
•
•
Detailed
Description
568
arg1 = slot number
arg2 = max power reading
arg3 = min power reading
arg4 = allocated power reading
Invalid power inventory reported by the iDRAC of the server identified in the message to the
CMC.
Recommended
Response Action
Turn on the server identified in the message. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8544
Chassis Management Controller turned off the Serverarg1because of insufficient power at
inventory.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
Insufficient power is available for the server identified in the message to function. The server
will be turned off until there is sufficient power available.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure there is enough power supply to distribute power. Using the CMC Web UI, go to
Chassis Overview > Power > Power Budget Status. In the Total Input Power Available For
Allocation field view the available power. To add more power, insert more PSUs or remove
unused components from the chassis.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8545
Message
Chassis Management Controller turned off the serverarg1because of incorrect power data
retrieved from iDRAC at inventory.
569
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
Incorrect power inventory information reported by the iDRAC for the server identified in the
message.
Recommended
Response Action
Invalid power inventory information could be due to outdated iDRAC firmware or server BIOS
firmware versions. Update the components to their latest versions.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8546
Message
Chassis shutdown already in progress.
Detailed
Description
A chassis shutdown was already in progress, when the additional shutdown request was
received.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8547
Message
570
Chassis is already powered off.
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The chassis was already turned off, when the power off request was received.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8548
Message
Chassis shutdown operation initiated.
Detailed
Description
Chassis shutdown operation initiated.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8549
Message
Chassis shutdown did not complete successfully.
Detailed
Description
The requested chassis shutdown operation did not complete successfully.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
571
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8550
Message
Chassis shutdown completed.
Detailed
Description
Chassis shutdown completed.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8551
Message
Arguments
Sucessfully set Virtual Infrastructure Device power toarg1DC Watt.
•
arg1 = power reading
Detailed
Description
This will be logged when a Virtual Infrastructure Device power allocation is configured.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
572
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8552
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn onarg1-arg2because of insufficient power.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = component name
arg2 = component id
Detailed
Description
There is insufficient power for the component identified in the message to turn on.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure there is enough power supply to distribute power. Using the CMC Web UI, go to
Chassis Overview > Power > Power Budget Status. In the Total Input Power Available For
Allocation field view the available power. To add more power, insert more PSUs or remove
unused components from the chassis. Contact your service provider for information on the
power required for the component identified in the message.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8418
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8554
Message
Arguments
Chassis Management Controller is unable to send power allocation information toarg1-arg2at
priorityarg3.
•
•
arg1 = component name
arg2 = component id
573
•
arg3 = priority number
Detailed
Description
This situation occurs if the iDRAC is found to be turned off after power allocation information is
sent by the CMC or if the communications between the CMC and iDRAC is non functional.
Recommended
Response Action
Perform a Virtual Reseat of the component identified in the message. Using the CMC Web UI,
go to Chassis Overview > Troubleshooting > Reset Components, and then select slot for the
component identified in the message and apply the Virtual Reseat.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8555
Message
Arguments
Chassis Management Controller unable to turn onarg1-arg2at priorityarg3because of
insufficeint power. Minimum power needed isarg4AC Watt, but onlyarg5AC Watt is available.
•
•
•
•
•
arg1 = component name
arg2 = slot number
arg3 = priority number
arg4 = min power
arg5 = avaialble power
Detailed
Description
The request to turn on the component identified in the message was not successful because
insuffficient power is available at the identified priority for the component.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure there is enough power supply to distribute power. Using the CMC Web UI, go to
Chassis Overview > Power > Power Budget Status. In the Total Input Power Available For
Allocation field view the available power. To add more power, insert more PSUs or remove
unused components from the chassis.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8418
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
574
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8556
Serverarg1was shutdown due to insufficient power.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Server identified in the messate was shutdowrn due to insufficient power.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8559
Message
Arguments
Power cycle initiated for I/O Modulearg1.
•
arg1 = iIOM slot name
Detailed
Description
Power cycle initiated for the I/O module in the slot identified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
575
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8560
Unable to turn on I/O Modulearg1due to insufficient chassis power.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = IOM slot name
Detailed
Description
Unable to turn on the I/O Module identified in the message due to insufficient chassis power.
Recommended
Response Action
Utilize the Chassis Management Controller (CMC) web interface to check available power and
I/O Module power requirements. If sufficient power is available, restart the CMC and retry the
operation. If sufficient power is not availble due to an insufficient number of PSUs, add
additional PSU(s) and reinsert the I/O Module.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8561
Message
Arguments
Unable to power on serverarg1because of iDRAC communication issue.
•
arg1 = server number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Management Controller is unable to communicate with the Server iDRAC service
processor and the server could not be powered on. This situation may occur when iDRAC is
rebooting.
Recommended
Response Action
Wait for three minutes and then retry the operation. If the issue persists, remove and reinsert
the server and wait for the iDRAC to finish restarting.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
576
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8562
Unable to power on the serverarg1before power on timer expired.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = server number
Detailed
Description
Unable to power on the server before the power on timer has expired. This happens if the
server did not show power on status change within 30 seconds after the power on operation
was initiated. This issue may also occur when iDRAC is rebooting.
Recommended
Response Action
The Server may need more time to power on. Wait for ten seconds and check the power
status. If the server was not powered on, retry the operation. If the issue persists, remove and
reinsert the server, wait for the iDRAC to complete startup, and retry the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8563
Message
Arguments
Unable to turn on Serverarg1due to I/O fabric inconsistency.
•
arg1 = server number
Detailed
Description
The Server identified in the message did not turn on due to a fabric mismatch between the I/O
Module and the Mezzanine card on the Server.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure that the hardware comtibility between the I/O Module (IOM) and the Mezzanine
(Mezz) card is correct. Check the M1000e Hardware Manual for correct component
compatibility.
577
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8564
Unable to turn on the Serverarg1because the power request exceeded the System Input Power
Cap.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The server identified in the message was not turned on because the available power is less
than the requested power.
Recommended
Response Action
Utilize the Chassis Management Controller web interface to check the System Input Max
Power Capacity Power and server power requirements. If sufficient power is available, retry
the operation. Otherwise, increase the System Input Power Cap value.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8418
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8565
Message
Arguments
578
Unable to turn off the Serverarg1due to iDRAC communication issue.
•
arg1 = server number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Management Controller is unable to communicate with the iDRAC service
processor for the Server identified in the message and the Server could not be turned off. This
situation may occur when iDRAC is rebooting.
Recommended
Response Action
Do the following: 1) Wait for a few minutes for the iDRAC service processor to complete
startup. 2) Retry the operation. 3) If the issue persists, reset the iDRAC and wait a few minutes
for the iDRAC startup to complete before retrying the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8566
Unable to turn off the Serverarg1before the Power Off timer expired.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = server number
Detailed
Description
Unable to turn off the Server before the Power Off timer has expired. This happens if the Server
did not show "power off" status change within 30 seconds after the operation was initiated.
This situation may also occur when iDRAC is rebooting.
Recommended
Response Action
The Server may need more time to turn off. Wait for ten seconds and check the power status. If
the Server was not turned off, retry the operation. If the issue persists, remove and reinsert the
Server, wait for the iDRAC to complete startup, and retry the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
579
PWR8567
Unable to turn off Serverarg1on a power cycle action.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = server number
Detailed
Description
Unable to turn off the Server on a power cycle operation. This happens if the Server did not
show a "power off" status change within the expected time.
Recommended
Response Action
The Server could have taken more time to turn off than expected. If the Server is turned off,
turn on to complete the power cycle. If the Server has not completed a power cycle, retry the
operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8568
Message
Arguments
Serverarg1did not gracefully shutdown before the timer expired.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The server identified in the message did not gracefully shutdown before the CMC shutdown
timer expired. This happens if the server did not show power off status change within 60
seconds after the operation was initiated, or if the OS in the server has not successfully
shutdown.
Recommended
Response Action
Check if the OS in the server identified in the message has successfully shutdown, if not,
manually complete the shutdown or wait for the shutdown to complete normally. If the issue
persists, perform a forced power down of the server identified in the message.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
580
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8569
Unable to power cycle the serverarg1because the server is off.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The requested power cycle operation cannot be performed when the server is not turned on.
The server should be already turned on for the power cycle operation to be successful.
Recommended
Response Action
Turn on the server, if necessary, before requesting a power cycle operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8570
Message
Arguments
Unable to communicate to the iDRAC, when trying to power cycle the serverarg1.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Management Controller is not able to communicate with the iDRAC on the server
identified in the message. Therefore, the server could not be power cycled. This situation may
occur when iDRAC is rebooting.
Recommended
Response Action
Wait for few minutes, and then retry the operation. If the issue persists, do one of the following:
1) Reset the iDRAC, 2) Perform a Virtual Reseat of the server, 3) Remove and re-insert the
server.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
581
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8571
Unable to perform the power action requested for the serverarg1because another power
action is in progress.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = server idr
Detailed
Description
Another power action is in progress. The requested power action cannot be carried out until
the power action in progress completes
Recommended
Response Action
Wait for the power action in progress to complete and retry the operation. It may take a few
minutes for the current power action to complete.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8572
Message
Arguments
Unable to shutdown the serverarg1because the server is off.
•
arg1 = server id
Detailed
Description
The server identified in the message can be shutdown only if the server is turned on.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
582
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8573
Message
The Chassis Management Controller is unable to communicate to the iDRAC, when trying to
turn off the serverarg1.
Arguments
•
arg1 = server id
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Management Controller is not able to communicate with the iDRAC on the server
identified in the message. Therefore the server could not be turned off. This situation may
occur when iDRAC is restarting.
Recommended
Response Action
Wait for three minutes, and then retry the operation. If the issue persists, remove and reinsert
the server and wait for the iDRAC to finish restarting before retying the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8418
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8574
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Management Controller is unable to communicate to the iDRAC, when trying to
hard reset the serverarg1.
•
arg1 = slot number
The Chassis Management Controller is not able to communicate with the iDRAC on the server
identified in the message. Therefore the server could not be hard reset. This situation may
occur when iDRAC is restarting.
583
Recommended
Response Action
Wait for three minutes, and then retry the operation. If the issue persists, remove and reinsert
the server and wait for the iDRAC to finish restarting before retying the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8575
Initated the Virtual Reseat of serverarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = server id
Detailed
Description
A Virtual Reseat for the server identified in the message is initiated. A Virtual Reseat is the
same as removing and inserting a server.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8576
Message
Arguments
584
Unable to turn on the Sleevearg1after Virtual Reseat.
•
arg1 = sleeve number
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The Virtual Reseat initiated on the Sleeve identified in the message successfully turned off the
Sleeve. However, the Sleeve did not turn on successfully. A Virtual Reseat is the same as
removing and inserting a Sleeve.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the Virtual Reseat operation on the Sleeve identified in the message. If the issue persists,
manually remove and reinsert the Sleeve in the chassis.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8577
A Virtual Reseat operation is initiated on Sleevearg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = sleeve number
Detailed
Description
A Virtual Reseat operation is initiated on the Sleeve identified in the message. A Virtual Reseat
is the same as removing and inserting a Sleeve.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8578
Message
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on the iDRAC on server-arg1because power
required is less than available power.
585
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on the iDRAC because power required is
less than available power.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure there is enough power supply to distribute power. Go to, the Chassis Overview >
Power > Power Budget Status. In the Total Input Power Available For Allocation field, view the
available power. To add more power, insert more PSUs or remove unused components from
the chassis. Remove and reinsert the server when enough power is available.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
8418
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8579
Request to reset the CMCarg1is initiated.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot id
Detailed
Description
A request to reset the CMC identified in the message is inititated. If a second CMC is present, a
failover to the other CMC will occur as a result.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
586
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8580
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because the Chassis is not
turned on.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The power on request for the server identified in the message was not successful because the
Chassis is turned off.
Recommended
Response Action
Turn on the Chassis, and then retry the operation. To turn on the Chassis using the Chassis
Management Controller Web UI, go to Chassis Overview > Power > Control, select the Power
On System option, and then click Apply.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log;#None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8581
Message
Arguments
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because another chassis
power operation is in progress.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
A chassis power operation is currently in progress and the server identified in the message
could not be turned on.
Recommended
Response Action
Wait until the current chassis power operation is complete and the chassis is On and then retry
the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log;#None
587
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8582
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because Max Power
Conservation Mode is enabled.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
Unable to turn on the server identified in the message because the Max Power Conservation
Mode (MPCM) is enabled. After MPCM is enabled, the chassis will be in power conservation
mode and the CMC cannot process any further server power on operation requests.
Recommended
Response Action
Disable the Max Power Conservation Mode and retry the operation.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8583
Message
Arguments
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because unacknowledged
110V PSUs are present.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
To enable 110V operation, the Allow 110VAC Operation feature must be enabled. If the feature
is not enabled, the server turn-on operation will not be processed.
Recommended
Response Action
On the Power Configuration page, in the Web UI, select the Allow 110VAC Operation for power
supplies and retry the operation. Using the RACADM utility, run the following command,
"racadm config -g cfgChassisPower -o cfgChassisAllow110VACOperation 1".
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
588
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8584
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because the power supply
redundancy is lost and Performance Over Power Redundancy feature is disabled and the
power required is less than the available power.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
If power redundancy is lost and the server Performance Over Power Redundancy feature is
disabled, the server turn-on will not be allowed.
Recommended
Response Action
To enable the server to be turned-on, on the Power Configuration page in the Web UI, enable
the server Performance Over Power Redundancy option . Using the RACADM utility, tun the
following command "racadm config -g cfgChassisPower -o
cfgChassisPerformanceOverRedundancy 1". Then retry the oepration.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8585
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
Chassis Management Controller granted the power required to turn on server-arg1.
•
arg1 = slot number
Chassis Management Controller granted the power required to turn on the server identified in
the message.
589
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8586
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because it is not supported in
the VRTX chassis.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis does not support the server identified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
The server inserted is not supported in the Chassis. Remove the server from the Chassis.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8587
Message
Arguments
590
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because the chassis
enclosure is open.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The server cannot be turned on if the chassis enclosure is open.
Recommended
Response Action
The chassis enclosure is open. Retry the operation after closing the enclosure.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8588
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because a chassis
infrastructure firmware update is in progress.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The server identified in the message cannot be turned on while a chassis infrastructure
firmware update operation is in progress.
Recommended
Response Action
The chassis infrastructure firmware update is in progress. Retry the operation after the
firmware update is complete.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8589
Message
The server-arg1does not have PCIe Mezzanine card in slot B1.
591
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The PCIe Mezzanine card in the slot B1 is absent. Without PCIe Mezzannine cards, the chassis
PCIe cards will not be available for servers.
Recommended
Response Action
Insert a PCIe Mezzanine card in slot B1.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8590
The server-arg1does not have PCIe Mezzanine card in slot C1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The PCIe Mezzanine card in the slot C1 is absent. Without PCIe Mezzannine cards , chassis
PCIe cards will not be available for servers.
Recommended
Response Action
Insert a PCIe Mezzanine card in slot C1.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
592
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8591
Message
Servers are turned off to allocate power to the newly inserted hard disk drives.
Detailed
Description
Before inserting hard disk drives, always make sure the Chassis has enough available power.
Otherwise operating servers may be turned off.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure there is enough power supply to distribute power. Go to, the Chassis Overview >
Power > Power Budget Status. In the Total Input Power Available For Allocation field, view the
available power. To add more power, insert more PSUs or remove unused components from
the chassis.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8592
Message
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on or turn off the chassis because another
chassis power operation is in progress.
Detailed
Description
The request to turn on or turn off the chassis was issued before the previous power operation
was completed.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation after the current operation is complete.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
593
PWR8593
Message
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on or turn off the chassis because the
chassis infrastructure component firmware update is in progress.
Detailed
Description
The chassis power operation cannot be performed when a chassis infrastructure firmware
update is in progress.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the operation after the chassis infrastructure component firmware update is complete.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8594
Message
Arguments
Chassis Management Controller is unable to set the Enhanced Cooling Mode because the
requested powerarg1AC Watt is more than available powerarg2AC Watt.
•
•
arg1 = requested watts
arg2 = available watts
Detailed
Description
The available power is not sufficient to enable the Enhanced Cooling Mode feature.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure there is enough power supply to enable the Enhanced Cooling Mode feature. Go to,
the Chassis Overview > Power > Power Budget Status. In the Total Input Power Available For
Allocation field view the available power. To add more power, insert more PSUs or remove
unused components from the chassis.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
594
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8595
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on serverarg1due to insufficient power for
thearg2.
Message
Arguments
•
•
arg1 = slot id
arg2 = chassis component name
Detailed
Description
The turn-on request for the server identified in the message did not succeed because of
insufficient power to the chassis component identified in the message.
Recommended
Response Action
The Chassis Management Controller (CMC) will retry turning on the server and the
corresponding components associated to the server after a predefined interval. If the issue
persists, refer to the Managing and Monitoring Power section in the CMC User Guide for more
information on configuring power management settings.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8596
Message
Arguments
Chassis Management Controller is unable to turn on server-arg1because PSU redundancy is
lost and the available power is insufficient.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Management Controller cannot turn on the server identified in the message,
because PSU redundancy is lost or PSUs are removed. Sufficient power is not avaiilable for the
operation.
Recommended
Response Action
Make sure there is enough power supply to distribute power. Go to, the Chassis Overview >
Power > Power Budget Status. In the Total Input Power Available For Allocation field, view the
available power. To add more power, insert more PSUs or remove unused components from
the chassis. When enough power is available, retry the operation.
595
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR8597
Power Supplyarg1is not supported and was turned off.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = psu number
Detailed
Description
Mismatched PSU
Recommended
Response Action
Remove PSU
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8598
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
596
Power Supplyarg1is not compatible with other Power Supplies and was turned off.
•
arg1 = psu number
Power supply is not compatible with other power supplies.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove PSU
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8599
Serverarg1is not compatible with the power supplies in the enclosure.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = server number
Detailed
Description
The Chassis Management Controller cannot turn on the server identified in the message,
because is not compatible with installed PSUs
Recommended
Response Action
Remove Server
Category
Audit
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
8417
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#LCD;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8557
Message
The System Input Power Cap is too low to be enforced with the current Power Supply
configuration.
Detailed
Description
The System Input Power Cap is too low to be enforced with the current Power Supply
configuration.
597
Recommended
Response Action
Increase power cap.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2274
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8558
Message
The System Input Power Cap is being enforced with the current Power Supply configuration.
Detailed
Description
The System Input Power Cap is being enforced with the current Power Supply configuration.
Recommended
Response Action
Increase power cap.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
2274
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
SNMP Alert;#EMAIL Alert;#LC Log;#Remote System Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
PWR8600
Message
Bad device plugged into KVM USB port.
Detailed
Description
The device plugged into the KVM USB port is drawing too much current.
Recommended
Response Action
Remove the device from the KVM USB port.
Category
System Health
598
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
None
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1000
Message
The system performance restored.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1001
Message
The system performance degraded.
Detailed
Description
To avoid shutdown, system performance has been degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system configuration and power consumption.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
599
LCD Message
System performance degraded. Check PSUs and system configuration
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1002
Message
The system performance degraded because of thermal protection.
Detailed
Description
To avoid shutdown, system performance has been degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system configuration and system logs for thermal or environmental failures and
warnings.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1003
Message
The system performance degraded because cooling capacity has changed.
Detailed
Description
To avoid shutdown, system performance has been degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
If unintended, review system configuration changes and thermal policy.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
600
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1004
Message
The system performance degraded because power capacity has changed.
Detailed
Description
To avoid shutdown, system performance has been degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
if unintended, review system configuration changes and power policy.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1005
Message
The system performance degraded because of user-defined power capacity has changed.
Detailed
Description
To avoid exceeding the user defined capacity, system performance has been degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
If unintended, review system configuration changes and power policy.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
601
PWR1006
Message
The system halted because system power exceeds capacity.
Detailed
Description
The system may shutdown.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system configuration, upgrade power supplies or reduce system power consumption.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
System power exceeds capacity. System halted. Contact support
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1007
Message
The system performance degraded because power exceeds capacity.
Detailed
Description
To avoid shutdown, system performance has been degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system configuration, upgrade power supplies or reduce system power consumption.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
System power exceeds capacity. Performance degraded. Check PSU configuration
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1008
Message
602
The system performance degraded because power draw exceeds the power threshold.
Detailed
Description
To avoid shutdown, system performance has been degraded.
Recommended
Response Action
Review system configuration, upgrade power supplies or reduce system power consumption.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 1 (Critical)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
System power exceeds threshold. Performance degraded. Check PSU configuration
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0100
Message
The power button was pressed.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0101
Message
The power button was released.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
603
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0102
Message
The sleep button was pressed.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0103
Message
The sleep button was released.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
604
FALSE
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0104
Message
The reset button was pressed.
Detailed
Description
The system will reset.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0105
Message
The reset button was released.
Detailed
Description
The system will reset.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
605
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0106
Thearg1is latched.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0107
Message
Arguments
Thearg1is unlatched.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
606
FALSE
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0108
Thearg1service was requested.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR0109
Message
Arguments
Thearg1service has completed.
•
arg1 = name
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
607
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2000
Message
The system powered up.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2001
Message
The system hard reset.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
608
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2002
Message
The system warm reset.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2003
Message
User requested a PXE boot.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
609
PWR2004
Message
System booted automatically into diagnostics.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2005
Message
The OS run-time software initiated a hard reset.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2006
Message
610
The OS run-time software initiated a warm reset.
FALSE
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2007
Message
System restarted.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2200
Message
The system is in the ON state.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
611
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2201
Message
The system is sleeping with system hardware and processor context maintained.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2202
Message
The system is sleeping with lost processor context.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
612
FALSE
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2203
Message
The system is sleeping with system hardware and processor context lost.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2204
Message
The system is in a non-volatile sleep state.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
613
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2205
Message
The system is in a soft-off state.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2207
Message
The system is in a mechanical off state.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
614
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2208
Message
The system is in a sleep state.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2209
Message
The system is in an undermined sleep state.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2210
Message
The system was forced into a soft-off state.
615
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2211
Message
The system is in legacy ON state.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR2212
Message
The system is in legacy OFF state.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
616
FALSE
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
PWR1009
Message
System power capacity restored.
Detailed
Description
None
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
System Health
SubCategory
PWR = Power Usage
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
617
618
30
RAC Event Messages
RAC038
Message
Unable to perform the operation due to an unknown error in iDRAC.
Detailed
Description
The operation failed to run due to an unknown error in iDRAC.
Recommended
Response Action
Retry the action. If this fails, reset iDRAC.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC039
Message
Arguments
Invalid parameter value forarg1.
•
arg1 = parameter
Detailed
Description
The value provided for the specified parameter is invalid.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the value for the specified parameter. Refer to the Lifecycle Controller-Remote Services
documentation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
619
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC040
Missing parametersarg1.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = parameters
Detailed
Description
One or more required parameters needed for the method invoked in the operation are missing.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that all required parameters are provided. Refer to the Lifecycle Controller-Remote
Services documentation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC041
Message
The set operation on the event filters failed.
Detailed
Description
The event filters set operation did not complete successfully due to invalid input parameters.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the specified input parameters and retry the operation. Refer to the Lifecycle ControllerRemote Services documentation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
620
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC042
Message
Invalid number of input parameters.
Detailed
Description
The number of input parameters provided is not valid to perform the operation.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify that all required parameters are provided. Refer to the Lifecycle Controller-Remote
Services documentation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC043
Message
Unable to update some event filter settings.
Detailed
Description
Some event filter settings were not updated due to problems encountered processing the input
parameters.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the input parameters provided and retry the operation. Refer to the Lifecycle ControllerRemote Services documentation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
621
RAC044
Message
Unable to update some event filter settings.
Detailed
Description
Some event filter settings were not updated due to problems encountered processing the input
parameters.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the input parameters provided and retry the operation. Refer to the Lifecycle ControllerRemote Services documentation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC045
Message
Event filter does not exist for input parameter combination.
Detailed
Description
The combination of input parameters provided did not match any event filters.
Recommended
Response Action
Verify the combination of input parameters and retry the operation.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC046
Message
622
Unsupported event notification for the event filter specified.
FALSE
Detailed
Description
The event notficiation selected is not supported for the event filter specified.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the iDRAC User Guide and Lifecycle Controller documentation and retry the operation
with a valid event notification selection on the specified filter.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC047
Message
Unsupported event action for the specified event filter.
Detailed
Description
The event action selected is not supported for the event filter specified.
Recommended
Response Action
Refer to the iDRAC User Guide and Lifecycle Controller documentation and retry the operation
with a valid event action selection on the specified filter.
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 2 (Warning)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RAC048
Message
The operation was successful.
Detailed
Description
The operation completed successfully.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
623
Category
Configuration
SubCategory
RAC = RAC Event
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
FALSE
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
624
FALSE
FALSE
31
RDU Event Messages
RDU8500
CMCarg1: active
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The CMC is identified in the message is active.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8501
Message
Arguments
CMCarg1: waiting to be reset by other CMC
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
The Active CMC has detected a problem or a low memory condition. It is waiting for the
Standby CMC to reset the Active CMC.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
625
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8502
CMCarg1cannot go standby since the other CMC is not present or healthy.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
For failover to occur, the standby CMC needs to be present, at the same version as the primary
and healthy. During failover, the active CMC resets and the standby CMC becomes active. This
message is logged when the standby CMC is absent, unhealthy or at a different firmware
version.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the status of the standby CMC and make sure the firmware version matches the primary
CMC. Then reseat the CMC and retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8506
Message
Arguments
CMCarg1: enable failover
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
CMC failover is enabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
626
FALSE
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8507
CMCarg1: disable failover
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
CMC failover is disabled.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8508
Message
Arguments
Detailed
Description
CMCarg1: cannot failback since the other CMC is non-functional.
•
arg1 = slot number
For failover to occur, the standby CMC needs to be present, at the same version as the primary
and healthy. During failover, the active CMC resets and the standby CMC becomes active. This
message is logged when the standby CMC is absent, unhealthy or at a different firmware
version.
627
Recommended
Response Action
Check the status of the standby CMC and make sure the firmware version matches the primary
CMC. Then reseat the CMC and retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8509
CMCarg1: cannot failover, chassis is in non-redundant state
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
For failover to occur, the standby CMC needs to be present, at the same version as the primary
and healthy. During failover, the active CMC resets and the standby CMC becomes active. This
message is logged when the standby CMC is absent, unhealthy or at a different firmware
version.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the status of the standby CMC and make sure the firmware version matches the primary
CMC. Then reseat the CMC and retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8510
Message
628
CMCarg1: cannot failover, CMC firmware versions are different
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
For failover to occur, the standby CMC needs to be present, at the same version as the primary
and healthy. During failover, the active CMC resets and the standby CMC becomes active. This
message is logged when the standby CMC is absent, unhealthy or at a different firmware
version.
Recommended
Response Action
Check the status of the standby CMC and make sure the firmware version matches the primary
CMC. Then reseat the CMC and retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8511
Message
Arguments
Unable to failover, CMCarg1in unknown state.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
For failover, the standby CMC needs to be present, at the same firmware version as the primary
CMC and healthy. During failover, the active CMC resets and the standby CMC becomes active.
This message is logged when the standby CMC does not meet this criteria
Recommended
Response Action
Check the status of the standby CMC and make sure the firmware version matches the primary
CMC. Then reseat the CMC and retry the operation. If the issue persists, contact your service
provider.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
629
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8512
CMCarg1: firmware versions are different [arg2arg3:arg4arg5]
Message
Arguments
•
•
•
•
•
arg1 = slot number
arg2 = local fw version
arg3 = factory revision
arg4 = remote version
arg5 = factory revision
Detailed
Description
The firmware versions of the Active CMC and the Standby CMC are different.
Recommended
Response Action
Update the firmware so that the Active and Standby CMC firmware versions are the same.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
LC Log
Filter
Visibility
IPMI Alert SNMP
Alert
Email
Alert
LC Log
LCD
Power Off Power
Cycle
Reset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8513
Message
Arguments
CMCarg1: firmware versions are samearg2arg3
•
•
•
arg1 = slot number
arg2 = fw version
arg3 = factory revision
Detailed
Description
The firmware version of Active CMC and Standby CMC are the same.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
630
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8514
CMCarg1: cannot failover, firmware update is in progress.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
A failover operation has been requested, but a failover operation cannot be completed while
CMC firmware update is in progress.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8515
Message
Arguments
CMCarg1: failover was initiated by internal health monitoring process.
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
A CMC failover was initiated by the CMC health monitoring process. There should be a reason
listed in the chassis log.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
631
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
RDU8516
CMCarg1: failover initiated by RACADM interface.
Message
Arguments
•
arg1 = slot number
Detailed
Description
A failover has been requested from the RACADM command line interface.
Recommended
Response Action
No response action is required.
Category
Audit
SubCategory
RDU = Redundancy
Severity
Severity 3 (Informational)
Trap/EventID
FALSE
LCD Message
No LCD message display defined.
Initial Default.
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Alert
LC Log
LCD
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