monitor.power events

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monitor.power.degraded

Deprecated

Deprecated as of version 9.2. Last used in 7.3.6 on Tin and Dell one-PSU systems. It is the last user of snmp trap 43.

Severity

EMERGENCY

Description

This message occurs when the main unit power supply is in a degraded mode.

Corrective Action

(Call support).

Syslog Message

Power supply is in degraded mode: %s

Parameters

report (STRING): Description of the problem.

monitor.power.normal

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This message occurs when the system has sufficient power (220V) to power up both controllers.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

The power provided to the system is sufficient.

Parameters

(None).

monitor.power.not.sufficient

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when a storage system in a low-line (110V) power configuration does not have sufficient power to support both controllers. The built-in hardware logic prevents the controller in the bottom slot from powering up.

Corrective Action

A high-line (220V) power configuration is needed to power up both controllers. Power off the system, connect the power supply unit (PSU) with 220V power, and then power up the system.

Syslog Message

The bottom controller is not powered up due to insufficient power.

Parameters

(None).

monitor.power.unreadable

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when a power sensor in the controller module is not readable.

Corrective Action

Shut down the system and power-cycle the controller module. If the sensor is still not readable, replace the controller module.

Syslog Message

A power sensor %s in the controller module is not readable.

Parameters

sensor_name (STRING): Sensor name.