CPQHSV110V3-MIB

File: CPQHSV110V3-MIB.mib (927362 bytes)

Imported modules

RFC1155-SMI RFC-1212 RFC1213-MIB
RFC-1215

Imported symbols

enterprises OBJECT-TYPE DisplayString
TRAP-TYPE

Defined Types

AgentEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  agentEntryIndex INTEGER
  agentStatus INTEGER
  agentEventCode INTEGER
  agentEventLevel INTEGER
  agentEventTimeDate DisplayString
  agentEventDescription DisplayString

ScellEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  scellEntryIndex INTEGER
  scellName DisplayString
  scellUUID DisplayString
  scellStatus INTEGER
  scellEventDescription DisplayString
  scellEventTimeDate DisplayString
  scellEventCode DisplayString
  scellSWComponent INTEGER
  scellECode INTEGER
  scellCAC INTEGER
  scellEIP INTEGER
  scellNameDateTime DisplayString

HostEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  hostEntryIndex INTEGER
  hostName DisplayString
  hostUUID DisplayString
  hostStatus INTEGER

NscEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  nscEntryIndex INTEGER
  nscName DisplayString
  nscUUID DisplayString
  nscStatus INTEGER

ShelfEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  shelfEntryIndex INTEGER
  shelfStatus INTEGER
  shelfId INTEGER
  shelfElementType INTEGER
  shelfElementNum INTEGER
  shelfErrorCode INTEGER

Defined Values

compaq 1.3.6.1.4.1.232
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

cpqElementManager 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

cpqHSV 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

cpqHSVAgent 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

cpqHSVServer 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

hsvObject 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

maHSVMibRev 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.4
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

scell 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

agent 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.2
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

host 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.3
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

nsc 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.4
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

shelf 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

agManufacturer 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.1
The name of the StorageWorks HSV Agent manufacturer.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

agMajVersion 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.2
StorageWorks HSV Agent Major Version Number (e.g., 3 for 3.0).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

agMinVersion 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.3
StorageWorks HSV Agent Minor Version Number (e.g., 0 for 3.0).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

agHostName 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.4
The Host System Network Name where the agent resides.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

agEnterprise 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.5
The Enterprise ID subtree for StorageWorks HSV Agent MIB is registered.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  OBJECT IDENTIFIER  

agDescription 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.6
The StorageWorks HSV Agent description.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

agStatusTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.7
This table holds the status information for each HSV Management Agent.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    AgentEntry

agentEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.7.1
The Agent information entry.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  AgentEntry  

agentEntryIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.7.1.1
The index into agentStatusTable .
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

agentStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.7.1.2
This variable reports the overall status of the Agent. INFORMATIONAL: Normal Operating Condition MINOR: Warning Condition MAJOR: Failure or Failure Immanent CRITICAL: Agent condition is critical or unknown
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER other(1), ok(2), degraded(3), failed(4)  

agentEventCode 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.7.1.3
The management agent event code.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

agentEventLevel 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.7.1.4
The management event level.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

agentEventTimeDate 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.7.1.5
The date and time the event occurred dd-mm-yyyy/hr:min:sec.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

agentEventDescription 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.1.7.1.6
The Description of the management agent event.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

srvCPU 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2.1
The server CPU type (e.g., 80486).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

srvComputerType 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2.2
The server Computer type (e.g., PC/AT).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

srvModel 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2.3
The server model number.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

srvSubModel 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2.4
The server submodel number.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

srvBiosVersion 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2.5
The server BIOS Version.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

srvOS 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2.6
The server operating system name (e.g., WINNT).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

srvOSMajVersion 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2.7
The server OS major version number (e.g., 3 for WINNT 3.51).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

srvOSMinVersion 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.2.8
The server OS minor version number (e.g., 51 for WINNT 3.51).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

maHSVMibRevMajor 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.4.1
The Major Revision level. A change in the major revision level represents a major change in the architecture of the MIB. A change in the major revision level may indicate a significant change in the information supported and/or the meaning of the supported information, correct interpretation of data may require a MIB document with the same major revision level.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

maHSVMibRevMinor 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.4.2
The Minor Revision level. A change in the minor revision level may represent some minor additional support, no changes to any pre-existing information has occurred.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

scellTotal 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.1
The total number of StorageCells (storage pools) present in the Fusion System.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

scellStatusTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2
This table holds the status information for each StorageCell.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    ScellEntry

scellEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1
The StorageCell information entry.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ScellEntry  

scellEntryIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.1
The index into scellStatusTable .
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

scellName 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.2
The StorageCell Name.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

scellUUID 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.3
The StorageCell unique ID.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

scellStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.4
This variable reports the overall status of the StorageCell. INFORMATIONAL: Normal Operating Condition MINOR: Warning Condition MAJOR: Failure or Failure Immanent CRITICAL: Condition is critical or unknown
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER informational(1), minor(2), major(3), failed(4)  

scellEventDescription 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.5
The StorageCell Event Description.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

scellEventTimeDate 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.6
The StorageCell Event Time and Date.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

scellEventCode 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.7
The StorageCell Event Code.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

scellSWComponent 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.8
The Event Code Software Component ID.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

scellECode 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.9
The StorageCell Event Code event number.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

scellCAC 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.10
The event code Corrective Action Code.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

scellEIP 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.11
The Event Code EIP Type.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

scellNameDateTime 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.1.2.1.12
The StorageCell Name: Date & Time of Event.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

hostTotal 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.3.1
The total number of hosts attached the Fusion System.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

hostStatusTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.3.2
This table holds the status information for each Host.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    HostEntry

hostEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.3.2.1
The Host information entry.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  HostEntry  

hostEntryIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.3.2.1.1
The index into hostStatusTable .
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

hostName 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.3.2.1.2
The Host Name.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

hostUUID 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.3.2.1.3
The Host unique ID.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

hostStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.3.2.1.4
This variable reports the overall status of the Host. INFORMATIONAL: Normal Operating Condition MINOR: Warning Condition MAJOR: Failure or Failure Immanent CRITICAL: Condition is critical or unknown
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER informational(0), minor(1), major(2), critical(3)  

nscTotal 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.4.1
The total number of Network Storage Controllers present in the Fusion System.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

nscStatusTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.4.2
This table holds the status information for each Network Storage Controller.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    NscEntry

nscEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.4.2.1
The NSC information entry.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  NscEntry  

nscEntryIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.4.2.1.1
The index into nscStatusTable .
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

nscName 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.4.2.1.2
The Network Storage Controller Name.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

nscUUID 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.4.2.1.3
The NSC unique ID.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  DisplayString  

nscStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.4.2.1.4
This variable reports the overall status of the Network Storage Controller. INFORMATIONAL: Normal Operating Condition MINOR: Warning Condition MAJOR: Failure or Failure Immanent CRITICAL: Condition is critical or unknown
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER informational(0), minor(1), major(2), critical(3)  

shelfTotal 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.1
The total number of disk shelves present in the HSV system.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

shelfStatusTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.2
This table holds the status information for each Shelf.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    ShelfEntry

shelfEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.2.1
The Shelf information entry.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  ShelfEntry  

shelfEntryIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.2.1.1
The index into shelfStatusTable .
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

shelfStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.2.1.2
This variable reports the overall status of the Shelf. OTHER: unknown or undeterminable OK: Normal Operating Condition DEGRADED: Warning Condition FAILED: Failure
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER other(1), ok(2), degraded(3), failed(4)  

shelfId 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.2.1.3
The Shelf Id (shelf number).
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

shelfElementType 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.2.1.4
The Shelf Element type. 01: Disk 02: Power Supply 03: Fan 04: Temp Sensor 06: Alarm Horn 07: EMU 12: LCD 15: GBIC 16: Language 17: Comm Port 18: Volt Sensor 19: Amp Sensor 128:Enclosure 130:Back plane 255:Host
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

shelfElementNum 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.2.1.5
Which particular Element of that type.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

shelfErrorCode 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.136.1.3.8.2.1.6
The Element Type's Error Code.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

emuEventTrapInformative 136001
An EMU Informational event has occurred scellNameDateTime: StorageCell name, and date/time emuShelfId: disk shelf number in the cabinet emuElementType: the element type 01: Disk 02: Pwr Supply 03: Fan 04: Temp Sensor 06: Alarm Horn 07: EMU 12: LCD 15: Xcvr 16: Lang 17: Comm Port 18: Volt Sensor 19: Amp Sensor 128:Encl 130:Back plane emuErrorCode: error number
TRAP-TYPE    

emuEventTrapNoncritical 136002
An EMU Non-critical event has occurred scellNameDateTime: StorageCell name, and date/time emuShelfId: disk shelf number in the cabinet emuElementType: the element type 01: Disk 02: Pwr Supply 03: Fan 04: Temp Sensor 06: Alarm Horn 07: EMU 12: LCD 15: Xcvr 16: Lang 17: Comm Port 18: Volt Sensor 19: Amp Sensor 128:Encl 130:Back plane emuErrorCode: error number
TRAP-TYPE    

emuEventTrapCritical 136003
An EMU Critical event has occurred scellNameDateTime: StorageCell name, and date/time emuShelfId: disk shelf number in the cabinet emuElementType: the element type 01: Disk 02: Pwr Supply 03: Fan 04: Temp Sensor 06: Alarm Horn 07: EMU 12: LCD 15: Xcvr 16: Lang 17: Comm Port 18: Volt Sensor 19: Amp Sensor 128:Encl 130:Back plane emuErrorCode: error number
TRAP-TYPE    

emuEventTrapUnrecoverable 136004
An EMU Unrecoverable event has occurred scellNameDateTime: StorageCell name, and date/time emuShelfId: disk shelf number in the cabinet emuElementType: the element type 01: Disk 02: Pwr Supply 03: Fan 04: Temp Sensor 06: Alarm Horn 07: EMU 12: LCD 15: Xcvr 16: Lang 17: Comm Port 18: Volt Sensor 19: Amp Sensor 128:Encl 130:Back plane emuErrorCode: error number
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-1-0 13600256
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. During Executive Services initialization the system time value was set to the value contained in the time field. The action field contains one of the following codes which describes the condition that caused the time value to be chosen:
  • 0 = TOY clock unavailable; time reset to default date and time.
  • 1 = TOY clock time value was less than or equal to the last known time value previously stored in nonvolatile memory; time reset to default date and time.
  • 2 = EDC was bad for last known time value previously stored in nonvolatile memory; time reset to default date and time.
  • 3 = TOY clock not running; time reset to default date and time.
  • 4 = TOY clock time value believed to be accurate; time set to TOY clock time value.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-1-1 13600257
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The system time value was set to the value contained in the time field by a call to the EXEC-TIME service. As part of setting the time in a dual HSV110 controller configuration, the times are synchronized. The action field contains one of the following codes which describes the action taken:
  • 0 = The time was set to the time value on this HSV110 controller.
  • 1 = The master HSV110 controller requested the slave HSV110 controller to set its time to the time value.
  • 2 = The slave HSV110 controller set the local time to the time value.
  • 3 = The HSV110 controller's TOY clock was set to the time value.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-0 13600768
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the node-name field has failed in communicating with the Cabinet (Rack) Bus Interface Controller.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-1 13600769
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The physical disk drive identified by the device field has been rendered inoperable.
  • If the flags.quorum-disk flag is nonzero, the physical disk drive is the Storage System Quorum disk identified in the quorum-sequence field.
  • If the flags.inq-state flag is nonzero, the content of the inq-data and capacity fields is valid.
  • If the rss-flags.member-abnormal flag is nonzero, the content of the member-state field is valid.
The rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.

The reason-code field contains a code giving the reason the physical disk drive has been rendered inoperable:

  • 0x001 = CS IO failure
  • 0x002 = Scrubber IO failure
  • 0x003 = Attempt to set CBIT on normal drive
  • 0x004 = Attempt to set CBIT on merging drive
  • 0x100 = The Target Discovery Service Descriptor retry count has been exceeded
  • 0x101 = Inoperable for Bad Block Replacement
  • 0x102 = The soft error count has been exceeded
  • 0x103 = The number of exchange timeouts permitted was exceeded
  • 0x104 = Communication with drive has failed an excessive number of times
  • 0x105 = The number of retries has been exceeded
  • 0x106 = Medium/Hardware Errors encountered on this physical disk drive
  • 0x107 = The number of Directed LIP's has surpassed the threshold
  • 0x200 = Smart event from a physical disk drive not in Storage System
  • 0x201 = Smart event from a physical disk drive not a Volume
  • 0x202 = Smart event from a physical disk drive not a RSS
  • 0x203 = Failure predicted from physical disk drive
  • 0x204 = Can't read from physical disk drive from the poll
  • 0x205 = Failure predicted from physical disk drive while deleting Disk Group
  • 0x206 = physical disk drive forced inoperative from maintenance command for temporary POID
  • 0x207 = physical disk drive forced inoperative from maintenance command for POID
  • 0x208 = Bad block recovery failed or can't read FPAB
  • 0x209 = Failure to remove volume from Storage System
  • 0x20A = Failure to update metadata
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-2 13600770
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A physical disk drive will not be used because the maximum number of physical disk drives already exist in the current Storage System. The affected physical disk drive is identified in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The location of the physical disk drive is contained in the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the reason-code, flags, rss-flags, inq-data, quorum-sequence, capacity, and member-state fields is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-3 13600771
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A HSV110 controller has begun booting. That controller is identified in the node-name field. Note that in this case the content of the scell-tag field is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-4 13600772
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the node-name field has finished the process of bringing the Storage System, identified in the scell-tag field, online.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-5 13600773
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the node-name field has been joined into the Storage System.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-6 13600774
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the node-name field has been ousted from the Storage System identified in the scell-tag field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-7 13600775
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the node-name field is now the Storage System, identified in the scell-tag field, master.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-3-8 13600776
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the node-name field has been brought into the Storage System identified in the scell-tag field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-0 13601024
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. HSV110 controller operation was terminated due to an unrecoverable event detected by either software or hardware or due to an action initiated via the Storage System Management Interface.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-1 13601025
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. An HSV110 controller has sent a last gasp message prior to terminating operation. The terminated HSV110 controller is identified in the lter.terminating-ctrlr field. The lter.termination-event.u.value field contains the termination cause (i.e., termination code). The lter.termination-event.termination-location field contains the termination location. The lter.termination-time field contains the termination date and time. The lter.seq field contains the index of the HSV110 controller's Last Termination Event Array element assigned to the termination event. The lter.sw-version, lter.baselevel-id, and lter.ctrlr-model-id fields identify the software level and controller model information. The lter.uptime field contains a value that represents the number of seconds the HSV110 controller has executed functional code since its first power up. Note that the reporting-ctrlr header field identifies the HSV110 controller that received the last gasp message. All other header fields reflect information supplied by the terminating controller.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-2 13601026
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A machine check occurred while a termination event was being processed. The post-termination operation being performed at the time the event occurred can be derived from the lter.reuea-index field. Note: The lteihd and lter fields may not describe the event that caused the HSV110 controller to terminate operation depending on how far termination processing got before the machine check occurred.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-3 13601027
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An unexpected event occurred while a termination event was being processed. The value contained in the uei.type field describes the event as follows:
  • 0 = Unrecognized Unexpected Event code.
  • 1 = Power failure before initialization could complete.
  • 2 = Recursive termination before initialization could complete.
  • 3 = Terminated during the first part post-termination preparation.
  • 4 = Terminated during the load of the G3 Glue registers.
  • 5 = Terminated during the second part post-termination preparation.
  • 6 = Terminated during event report block load.
  • 7 = Terminated during initialization of all hardware components and software data structures in preparation for restart.
  • 8 = Terminated during execution of an unrecognized post-termination operation (premature).
  • 9 = Power failure during execution of a post-termination operation.
  • A = No good entries found in Termination Event Array. (Note that this condition is expected following the first boot of a newly manufactured HSV110 controller. In that case this event can be safely ignored; no action is necessary.)
  • B = The EDC of one or more Termination Event Array entries is bad.
  • C = Termination Event Array entry control block revision is different.
  • D = Termination Event Array entry information block revision is different.
  • E = Termination Event Array entry up time value is greater than the system's up time value.
  • F = Termination Event Array entry up time value is less than the previous entry's up time value.
  • 10= Termination Event Array entry sequence number value is less than the previous entry's sequence number value.
  • 11= Detected an unrecognized dump/restart control code.
  • 12= Failed to terminate the entity dump loop.
  • 13= Unexpected dump entity size.
  • 14= Unexpected Event Log Packet processing stage code.
  • 15= Number of Termination Parameters supplied not equal to maximum allowed as required.

The post-termination operation being performed at the time the unexpected event occurred is contained in the uei.pto field. Note: The lteihd and lter fields may not describe the event that caused the HSV110 controller to terminate operation depending on how far termination processing got before the unexpected event occurred.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-4 13601028
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Event Log validation completed successfully. The content of the cinfo.scelcbi.status field, the cinfo.scelcbi structure, and the minfo.scelmi structure show the validated state of the Storage System Event Log. The meaning of the status value contained in the cinfo.scelcbi.status field is as follows:
  • 0 = No problems found.

Note: The content of the ainfo fields, cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and minfo.sctelmi structure is undefined.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-5 13601029
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Event Log validation failed. The content of the cinfo.scelcbi.status field, the cinfo.scelcbi structure, and the minfo.scelmi structure show the state of the Storage System Event Log at the time of the failure. The content and state of the Storage System Event Log have been initialized to their initial operational settings. The meaning of the status value contained in the cinfo.scelcbi.status field is as follows:
  • 1 = Cookie value is not as expected.
  • 2 = Event data overflows the buffer.
  • 3 = Event data size is not a multiple of 4 bytes, is less than the minimum, or is greater than the maximum.
  • 4 = Event Information Packet type is greater than the maximum.
  • 5 = Event information size is not a multiple of 4 bytes, is less than the minimum, is greater than the maximum, doesn't match the Event Information Packet type size, or when combined with the entry header size doesn't equal the entry size.
  • 6 = Event code is zero.
  • 7 = Event is out of sequence.
  • 8 = Dead space area at the end of a partially packed buffer contains a nonzero value.
  • 9 = An event data block containing a nonzero value was found after end of event data was detected.
  • A = Sequence number reset flag not set as expected.
  • B = The event log contains no entries.
  • C = Event data block read failed during maintenance verification.
  • D = Event data block read failed during maintenance completion.
  • E = Event data block erase failed during maintenance completion.
  • F = Control block read failed during maintenance verification.
  • 17= The event log was destroyed and prepared for re-initialization.

Note: The content of the ainfo fields, cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and minfo.sctelmi structure is undefined.

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sCellEventTrap-4-6 13601030
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. Event reports were lost due to an insufficient supply of Event Log Packets on the HSV110 controller that is the Storage System Master. The ainfo.events-not-reported field shows the number of event reports lost. Note: The content of the ainfo.quiesce-type field, ainfo.remote-event field cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and minfo.sctelmi structure is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-7 13601031
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. Event reports were lost due to an insufficient supply of Event Log Packets on the HSV110 controller that is not the Storage System Master. The ainfo.events-not-reported field shows the number of event reports lost. Note: The content of the ainfo.quiesce-type field, ainfo.remote-event field cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and minfo.sctelmi structure is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-8 13601032
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Termination Event Log has become inaccessible. The content of the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field, the cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and the minfo.sctelmi structure show the current state of the Storage System Termination Event Log. The meaning of the status value contained in the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field is as follows:
  • F = Control block read failed during maintenance verification.
  • 10= Control block write failed during maintenance verification.
  • 11= Event data block write failed during maintenance update.
  • 12= Control block write failed during maintenance completion.
  • 13= Storage System Termination Event Log related send was unsuccessful or the master found that the Storage System Termination Event Log is inaccessible.
  • 16= Event data block read failed during retrieval request.

Note: The content of the ainfo fields, cinfo.scelcbi structure, and minfo.scelmi structure is undefined.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-9 13601033
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Termination Event Log validation completed successfully. The content of the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field, the cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and the minfo.sctelmi structure show the validated state of the Storage System Termination Event Log. The meaning of the status value contained in the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field is as follows:
  • 0 = No problems found.

Note: The content of the ainfo fields, cinfo.scelcbi structure, and minfo.scelmi structure is undefined.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-a 13601034
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Termination Event Log validation failed. The content of the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field, the cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and the minfo.sctelmi structure show the state of the Storage System Termination Event Log at the time of the failure. The meaning of the status value contained in the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field is as follows:
  • F = Control block read failed during maintenance verification.
  • 10= Control block write failed during maintenance verification.
  • 11= Event data block write failed during maintenance update.
  • 12= Control block write failed during maintenance completion.
  • 13= Storage System Termination Event Log related send was unsuccessful or the master found that the Storage System Termination Event Log is inaccessible.
  • 16= Event data block read failed during retrieval request.
  • 17= The log was destroyed and prepared for re-initialization.

Note: The content of the ainfo fields, cinfo.scelcbi structure, and minfo.scelmi structure is undefined.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-b 13601035
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Termination Event Log has been updated with the termination event information obtained from the HSV110 controller that is not the Storage System Master. The content of the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field, the cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and the minfo.sctelmi structure show the updated state of the Storage System Termination Event Log. The meaning of the status value contained in the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field is as follows:
  • 0 = No problems found.

Note: The content of the ainfo fields, cinfo.scelcbi structure, and minfo.scelmi structure is undefined.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-c 13601036
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The Fault Manager on the Storage System Master received an invalid Event Information Packet from the remote Fault Manager. The header information from the invalid Event Information Packet is contained in the ainfo.remote-event field. Note: The content of the ainfo.quiesce-type field, ainfo.events-not-reported field, cinfo.scelcbi structure, cinfo.sctelcbi structure, minfo.scelmi structure, and minfo.sctelmi structure is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-d 13601037
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Fault Manager operation was made quiescent. If the ainfo.quiesce-type field is equal to 0, the operation was performed on both HSV110 controllers. If the ainfo.quiesce-type field is equal to 1, the operation was performed only on the HSV110 controller that is not the Storage System Master. Note: The content of the ainfo.events-not-reported field, cinfo.scelcbi structure, cinfo.sctelcbi structure, minfo.scelmi structure, and minfo.sctelmi structure is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-e 13601038
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. An HSV110 controller sent a last gasp message prior to terminating operation with an indication that the HSV110 controller identified in the lter.terminating-ctrlr field should also terminate operation.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-f 13601039
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. This HSV110 controller sent its termination event information to the HSV110 controller that is the Storage System Master. The content of the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field, the cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and the minfo.sctelmi structure show the updated state of the Storage System Termination Event Log. The meaning of the status value contained in the cinfo.sctelcbi.status field is as follows:
  • 0 = No problems found.

Note: The content of the ainfo fields, cinfo.scelcbi structure, and minfo.scelmi structure is undefined.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-10 13601040
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. Event reports were lost due to an insufficient supply of ISR Event Log Packets on the HSV110 controller that is the Storage System Master. The ainfo.events-not-reported field shows the number of event reports lost. Note: The content of the ainfo.quiesce-type field, ainfo.remote-event field cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and minfo.sctelmi structure is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-4-11 13601041
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. Event reports were lost due to an insufficient supply of ISR Event Log Packets on the HSV110 controller that is not the Storage System Master. The ainfo.events-not-reported field shows the number of event reports lost. Note: The content of the ainfo.quiesce-type field, ainfo.remote-event field cinfo.sctelcbi structure, and minfo.sctelmi structure is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-0 13601536
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A physical disk drive has reported that it has exceeded its failure prediction threshold. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the physical disk drive is contained in the cmd field. The sense data obtained from the physical disk drive as a result of the failure prediction threshold exceeded error is contained in the error field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-1 13601537
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A Fibre Channel port on the HSV110 controller has failed to respond. The identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the port field. The peb array contains the port event block information. The peq-frz-prod-index field contains the index to the port event block in use when the Tachyon chip entered the frozen state. The peq-prod-index field contains the index to the next port event block. The peq-cons-index field contains the index to the next port event block to be acted upon. The failure-cause field contains the internal routing value as follows:
  • 1 - Excessive exchange timeouts on loop
  • 2 - Excessive link errors on loop
  • 3 - Exhausted Link Down retries on loop with signal
  • 4 - Exhausted Link Down retries on loop with loss of signal
  • 5 - Excessive link inits on loop without completing device discovery
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-2 13601538
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A physical disk drive has reported a check condition error. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the physical disk drive is contained in the cmd field. The sense data obtained from the physical disk drive as a result of the check condition error is contained in the error field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-3 13601539
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. An exchange sent to a physical disk drive or another HSV110 controller via the mirror port or a Fibre Channel port has timed out. The identity of the intended recipient is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port over which the frame was sent is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number over which the frame was sent is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the intended recipient is contained in the al-pa field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the intended recipient is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The number of timeouts detected is contained in the num-times field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-4 13601540
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. Work was unexpectedly sent to this HSV110 controller by a physical disk drive or another HSV110 controller. This HSV110 controller did not originate the work. The identity of the sender is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port over which the unexpected work was received is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number over which the unexpected work was received is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the sender is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the sender is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The hdr-cdb field contains the command descriptor block and Fibre Channel header information associated with the unexpected work.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-5 13601541
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. Work has been sent to a physical disk drive or another HSV110 controller via the mirror port but it did not respond. The identity of the intended target is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port over which the work was sent is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port over which the work was sent is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the intended target is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the intended target is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the intended target is contained in the cmd field. Note that in this case the content of the error field is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-7 13601543
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A Target Discovery Service Descriptor exchange sent to a physical disk drive has timed out. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the physical disk drive is contained in the cmd field. Note that in this case the content of the error field is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-8 13601544
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. An excessive number of link errors were detected on a HSV110 controller's Fibre Channel port. The identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the port field. This is an informational event triggered by the occurrence of an excessive number of Tachyon chip link status errors detected within a particular link status error type. The number of occurrences of each link status error type is contained in a separate type-specific field (e.g., loss-of-signal, bad-rx-char, etc.). The HSV110 controller checks each of its Fibre Channel port's for excessive link status errors periodically.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-9 13601545
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A physical disk drive has reported numerous failure prediction threshold exceeded errors. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The num-times field is the number of failure prediction threshold exceeded errors reported by the physical disk drive in the previous minute. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-a 13601546
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A physical disk drive has reported numerous check condition errors. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The num-times field is the number of check condition errors reported by the physical disk drive in the previous minute. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-b 13601547
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A non-data exchange sent to a physical disk drive has timed out. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the physical disk drive is contained in the cmd field. Note that in this case the content of the error field is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-c 13601548
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A loop switch has been detected on a Fibre Channel port. The identity of the Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number is contained in the port field. Note that in this case the content of the device, al-pa, rack-num, dencl-num, bay, fed-class and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-d 13601549
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The location of a physical disk drive previously reported as unknown is now known. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the physical disk drive is contained in the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of fed-class, al-pa and num-times fields are undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-e 13601550
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit requested a code update but the code update could not be found, so the update was not performed. The identity of the affected Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the port field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the al-pa, bay, fed-class and num-times field is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-f 13601551
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is able to communicate with a physical disk drive but this HSV110 controller is unable to communicate with that physical disk drive on the Fibre Channel bus. The identity of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the physical disk drive is contained in the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the al-pa, fed-class and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-10 13601552
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. A HSV110 controller is unable to communicate with this Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit identified in the device field has stopped communicating with the HSV110 controller. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the port field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the bay, al-pa, fed-class and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-12 13601554
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The retry count for a task assigned to a Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has been exhausted. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The peb array contains the task list that was intended to be sent to the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The peq-frz-prod-index field contains the task that was being retried. The peq-prod-index field contains the drive enclosure where the physical disk drive used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is located. The peq-cons-index field identifies the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) used to communicate with the physical disk drive that was used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The failure-cause field contains the bay where the physical disk drive used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-13 13601555
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is able to communicate with this HSV110 controller. The identity of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the port field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the bay, fed-class and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-14 13601556
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. There are too many drive enclosures attached to a Fibre Channel port. The Fibre Channel port with too many drive enclosures attached to the HSV110 controller is contained in the cerp-id field. Note that in this case the content of the bay, fed-class, rack-num, dencl-num and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the identified in the cerp-id field. The device, missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-15 13601557
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The cable connected to the I/O module is attached to the wrong Fibre Channel port. The Fibre Channel port incorrectly attached to the HSV110 controller is contained in the cerp-id field. Note that in this case the content of the device, missing-port, missing-cerp-id, bay, fed-class, rack-num, dencl-num and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-16 13601558
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A HSV110 controller does not have an address on the enclosure address bus. The HSV110 controller location cannot be identified. Note that in this case the content of the missing-port, missing-cerp-id, bay, fed-class, rack-num, dencl-num, al-pa, device, cerp-id, port, enclosures array and num-times fields is undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-18 13601560
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has begun updating its code. Do not power down this drive enclosure until the code update has completed. The identity of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the port field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case. In addition, the device field may contain all zeroes.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that the content of the fed-class, al-pa, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-19 13601561
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has completed updating its code. It is now safe to power down this drive enclosure. The identity of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the port field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class, al-pa, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-1a 13601562
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A physical disk drive has exceeded its soft error threshold. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class, cdb, and sense-data fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-1b 13601563
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A HSV110 controller now has an address on the enclosure address bus. The HSV110 controller location has been identified. The location of the HSV110 controller is contained in the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the bay, fed-class, al-pa, cerp-id, port, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-1c 13601564
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. An outbound frame targeted to a physical disk drive has timed out. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the physical disk drive is contained in the cmd field. Note that in this case the content of the error field is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-1d 13601565
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A Fibre Channel exchange to a physical disk drive has completed but is missing data. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the physical disk drive is contained in the cmd field. Note that in this case the content of the error field is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-1e 13601566
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A HSV110 controller has detected only one port of a Fibre Channel device. This Fibre Channel device has entered the Single Port on Fibre state which should be corrected as soon as possible. The identity of the Fibre Channel device is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port still able to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number able to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the port field. The Fibre Channel port unable to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the missing-cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number unable to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the missing-port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the Fibre Channel device is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the Fibre Channel device is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-1f 13601567
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A previously reported Fibre Channel device with only one port has been corrected and redundancy has been restored. The device is no longer in the Single Port on Fibre state. The identity of the Fibre Channel device is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the port field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The arbitrated loop physical address of the Fibre Channel device is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the Fibre Channel device is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-20 13601568
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An unsupported Fibre Channel device has been detected. The drive has been failed to prevent possible data corruption or system instability. The identity of the Fibre Channel device is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the Fibre Channel device is contained in the al-pa field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the Fibre Channel device is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-21 13601569
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Fibre Channel device with the incorrect block size has been detected. The identity of the Fibre Channel device is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the Fibre Channel device is contained in the al-pa field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the Fibre Channel device is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-23 13601571
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A HSV110 controller is about to retry a failed port. The Fibre Channel port that is about to be retried is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number about to be retried is contained in the port field. Note that in this case the content of the bay, rack-num, fed-class, al-pa, dencl-num, device, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-24 13601572
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A HSV110 controller has successfully retried a failed port. The Fibre Channel port that has been restarted is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number that has been restarted is contained in the port field. Note that in this case the content of the bay, rack-num, fed-class, al-pa, dencl-num, device, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-25 13601573
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has failed to assign a hard address to a physical disk drive on the loop. The device field contains the identity of the enclosure. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The al-pa field contains the expected AL-PA, and the num-times field contains the actual AL-PA. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note that in this case the content of the fed-class is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-26 13601574
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has failed to assign an address to a physical disk drive on the loop. This has occurred because another physical disk drive has already obtained this AL-PA. The device field contains the identity of the enclosure. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The al-pa field contains the AL-PA that was stolen. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-27 13601575
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has failed to assign address(s) to a physical disk drive on the loop. Soft addressing was detected for this enclosure. The device field contains the identity of the enclosure. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class, al-pa, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-28 13601576
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The retry count for an OB task assigned to a Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has been exhausted. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The peb array contains the task list that was intended to be sent to the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The peq-frz-prod-index field contains the task that was being retried. The peq-prod-index field contains the drive enclosure where the physical disk drive used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is located. The peq-cons-index field identifies the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) used to communicate with the physical disk drive that was used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The failure-cause field contains the bay where the physical disk drive used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-29 13601577
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller has sent a Basic Link Service command Abort Sequence Frame. The original work is described in this event. The identity of the intended target is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port over which the work was sent is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port over which the work was sent is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the intended target is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the intended target is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the intended target is contained in the cmd field. Note that in this case the content of the error field is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-2a 13601578
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller has sent an Extended Link Service command Reinstate Recovery Qualifier. The original work is described in this event. The identity of the intended target is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port over which the work was sent is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port over which the work was sent is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the intended target is contained in the al-pa field. The location of the intended target is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The Fibre Channel Exchange Descriptor class is contained in the fed-class field. The command issued to the intended target is contained in the cmd field. Note that in this case the content of the error field is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-2b 13601579
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A physical disk drive was bypassed rendering it unusable. The physical disk drive is unusable because a Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit bypassed a drive bay or the physical disk drive left itself bypassed. The physical disk drive is not available to the HSV110 controllers and will not be displayed by the HSV element manager GUI. The physical disk drive fault led will be lit to indicate that it is unusable. The Fibre Channel port over which this condition was detected is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port over which this condition was detected is contained in the port field. The al-pa field is invalid. The location of the physical disk drive is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The bypass-reason field is used to indicate how the physical disk drive was bypassed:
  • 1 = The physical disk drive left itself bypassed
  • 2 = The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit bypassed the drive bay
The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is identified in the device field. Additionally, the content of the pid, rev, and enclosures array fields is undefined in this case.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-2c 13601580
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. One or more media defects were detected on a physical disk drive. The affected physical disk drive is identified in the device field. The Fibre Channel port over which the media defect(s) was detected is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number over which the media defect(s) was detected is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The Logical Block Address of each media defect is contained in a separate entry of the hdr-cdb array. Only nonzero values in the hdr-cdb array entries are valid. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-2d 13601581
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. An HSV110 controller issued a directed LIP to an arbitrated loop physical address. The Fibre Channel port over which the directed LIP was issued is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number over which the directed LIP was issued is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-2e 13601582
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. An HSV110 controller has detected Loop Receiver Failures. The Fibre Channel port over which the Loop Receiver Failures were detected is identified in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number over which the Loop Receiver Failures were detected is contained in the port field. The counts and the AL-PAs of the Loop Receiver Failures are contained in a separate entry of the hdr-cdb array. Only nonzero values in the hdr-cdb array entries are valid. The affected HSV110 controller is identified in the device field. Note that in this case the content of the al-pa, dencl-num, bay, and rack-num fields are undefined.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-30 13601584
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A HSV110 controller has detected only one port of all Fibre Channel devices in an enclosure. These Fibre Channel devices have entered the Single Port on Fibre state which should be corrected as soon as possible. The identity of the Fibre Channel device enclosure is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port still able to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number able to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the port field. The Fibre Channel port unable to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the missing-cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number unable to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the missing-port field. The al-pa and bay fields are invalid. The location of the Fibre Channel enclosure is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-31 13601585
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A previously reported Fibre Channel device enclosure with only one port has been corrected and redundancy has been restored. The devices in the enclosure are no longer in the Single Port on Fibre state. The identity of the Fibre Channel device enclosure is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Fibre Channel device enclosure is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the port field. The al-pa, bay, missing-port, and missing-cerp-id fields are invalid. The location of the Fibre Channel device is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note also that in this case the content of the fed-class, and num-times fields is undefined. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
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sCellEventTrap-6-32 13601586
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A HSV110 controller has detected only one port of all Fibre Channel devices on a loop. These Fibre Channel devices have entered the Single Port on Fibre state which should be corrected as soon as possible. The device, al-pa, dencl-num, and bay fields are all invalid. The Fibre Channel port still able to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number able to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the port field. The Fibre Channel port unable to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the missing-cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number unable to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the missing-port field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-33 13601587
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A previously reported Fibre Channel loop with only one port has been corrected and redundancy has been restored. The devices on the loop are no longer in the Single Port on Fibre state. The device, al-pa, dencl-num, bay, missing-port, and missing-cerp-id fields are invalid. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Fibre Channel devices is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Fibre Channel devices is contained in the port field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-34 13601588
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A HSV110 controller has been told to enable a device port, and that device port was not disabled during boot diagnostics. The Fibre Channel port that was enabled is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number enabled is contained in the port field. Note that in this case the contents of the bay, rack-num, fed-class, al-pa, dencl-num, device, enclosure array, and num-times fields are undefined. The missing-port and missing-cerp-id fields are unused.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-35 13601589
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An unrecognized Fibre Channel physical disk drive firmware revision has been detected by the physical disk drive firmware load process. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The bypass-reason field is invalid. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num, al-pa and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The pid field contains the SCSI Inquiry Product Identification obtained from the physical disk drive. The rev field contains the current firmware revision obtained from the physical disk drive. The new-rev field contains the latest firmware version known to the controller, or blanks if the isn't a known version. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-36 13601590
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An unsupported Fibre Channel physical disk drive firmware revision has been detected by the physical disk drive firmware load process. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The bypass-reason field is invalid. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num, al-pa and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The pid field contains the SCSI Inquiry Product Identification obtained from the physical disk drive. The rev field contains the current firmware revision obtained from the physical disk drive. The new-rev field contains the latest firmware version known to the controller, or blanks if the isn't a known version. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
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sCellEventTrap-6-37 13601591
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Fibre Channel physical disk drive firmware revision has been detected by the physical disk drive firmware load process that is later than the latest known supported revision. If the location information is 0, it indicates the type of drive, not a specific drive. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The bypass-reason field is invalid. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num, al-pa and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The pid field contains the SCSI Inquiry Product Identification obtained from the physical disk drive. The rev field contains the current firmware revision obtained from the physical disk drive. The new-rev field contains the latest firmware version known to the controller, or blanks if the isn't a known version. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
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sCellEventTrap-6-38 13601592
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Fibre Channel physical disk drive firmware revision has been detected by the physical disk drive firmware load process that has a newer supported revision available. If the location information is 0, it indicates the type of drive, not a specific drive. The identity of the physical disk drive is contained in the device field. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the physical disk drive is contained in the port field. The arbitrated loop physical address of the physical disk drive is contained in the al-pa field. The bypass-reason field is invalid. The location of the physical disk drive is determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num, al-pa and bay fields is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate. The identity contained in the device field should be used to confirm the last known location values.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The pid field contains the SCSI Inquiry Product Identification obtained from the physical disk drive. The rev field contains the current firmware revision obtained from the physical disk drive. The new-rev field contains the latest firmware version known to the controller, or blanks if the isn't a known version. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel port identified in the cerp-id field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-39 13601593
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller bypassed a device bay in an attempt to restore operability. The identity of the bay is indicated by the rack-num, dencl-num, and bay fields. All other fields are invalid.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-3a 13601594
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller is attempting to recovery devices on the indicated port. All other fields are invalid.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-3b 13601595
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller has finished error recovery attempts on the indicated port. All other fields are invalid.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-3c 13601596
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller been requested to unbypass device bays on the indicated port. All other fields are invalid.
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sCellEventTrap-6-3d 13601597
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The HSV110 controller has detected a enclosure on the CAB bus that does not have a Fibre Channel connection. All fields except port and rack are invalid. other fields are invalid.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-6-3e 13601598
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The HSV110 controller has detected an enclosure on the Fibre Channel but is unable to communicate with the EMU on the CAB bus or the EMU is reporting an invalid enclosure number. All fields except port and rack are invalid. other fields are invalid.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-0 13601792
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. Allocation of a Virtual Disk has stalled due to insufficient space in the Disk Group caused by the failure or pulling of a physical disk drive. The tag1 field contains the identity of the Virtual Disk. The tag2 field contains the identity of the Disk Group. The values that may be found in the state field are as follows:
  • 0 = Attempting to retry the allocation
  • 1 = Awaiting a leveling event (a drive needs to be inserted)
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-1 13601793
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. Expansion of a Virtual Disk has stalled due to insufficient space in the Disk Group caused by the failure or pulling of a physical disk drive. The tag1 field contains the identity of the Virtual Disk. The tag2 field contains the identity of the Disk Group. The values that may be found in the state field are as follows:
  • 0 = Attempting to retry the expansion
  • 1 = Awaiting a leveling event (a drive needs to be inserted)
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-2 13601794
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. Leveling of capacity in a Disk Group has started. The identity of the Disk Group is contained in the tag1 field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-3 13601795
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. Leveling of capacity in a Disk Group has finished. The identity of the Disk Group is contained in the tag1 field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-4 13601796
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A member management operation has started due to the appearance or disappearance of a physical disk drive. If available, the tag1 field contains the identity of the physical disk drive. The tag2 field contains the disk unit block in which physical disk drive resides. The values that may be found in the state field are as follows:
  • 2 = Reconstructing
  • 4 = Migrating
  • 6 = Reverting
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-5 13601797
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A member management operation has finished. If available, the tag1 field contains the identity of the physical disk drive. The tag2 field contains the disk unit block in which the physical disk drive resides. The values that may be found in the state field are as follows:
  • 2 = Reconstructing
  • 4 = Migrating
  • 6 = Reverting
The status field contains one of the following values:
  • 1 = PSEGS NONE ( Reconstruction of data was successful )
  • 2 = PSEGS RAID0 ( Could not reconstruct RAID0 data )
  • 4 = PSEGS RAID5 ( Could not reconstruct RAID5 data )
  • 8 = PSEGS RAID1 ( Could not reconstruct RAID1 data )
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-6 13601798
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Disk Group has started changing its internal structure due to the appearance or disappearance of a Volume. The identity of the Disk Group is contained in the tag1 field. The values that may be found in the state field are as follows:
  • 4 = Merge began
  • 8 = Split began
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-7 13601799
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Disk Group has finished changing its internal structure due to the appearance or disappearance of a volume. The identity of the Disk Group is contained in the tag1 field. The values that may be found in the state field are as follows:
  • 4 = Merge completed
  • 8 = Split completed
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-7-8 13601800
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. Deallocation of a Virtual Disk has failed after three attempts due to unknown circumstances. This will more than likely be caused by failing physical drives. The deletion will be restarted when a resync/reboot occurs. The tag1 field contains the identity of the Virtual Disk. The tag2 field contains the identity of the Disk Group. The values that may be found in the status field indicate the returned status from the delete operation.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-1 13602305
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of the Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has transitioned to the NORMAL state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 1 (NORMAL). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 2 = Degraded
  • 3 = Failed
  • 4 = Not present
  • 5 = Single Port on Fibre
The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains value 1. The rack number in the attribute.value.u32[2] field will not contain a valid value until a future release.
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sCellEventTrap-9-2 13602306
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of a Volume has changed. The identity of the affected Volume is contained in the handle field. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Physical Disk Drive that is associated with that Volume. The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the associated Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], and attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The internal identification of that Volume's Redundant Storage Set is contained in the attribute.value.u32[3] field. The attribute.type field contains the value of 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state. The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul1 and value.ul2 fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal - Volume is present and operating normally
  • 2 = Migrating - Data from this volume is being moved to other storage in this Disk Group
  • 3 = Missing - Volume is inaccessible
  • 4 = Reconstructing - Volume is inaccessible; redundant data is being regenerated and moved to other storage in this Disk Group
  • 5 = Completing - This previously inaccessible volume has become accessible; data migration is being completed
  • 6 = Reverting - This previously inaccessible volume has become accessible; data is being regenerated
  • 7 = Failed - Volume is not being used in the Disk Group; disk errors are preventing normal usage
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-3 13602307
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of the internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has changed. The value.ul1 field contains the new state. The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul1 and value.ul2 fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Replacement delay in progress
  • 3 = Redundancy lost, restore in progress
  • 4 = Redundancy lost, restore stalled
  • 5 = Failed
  • 6 = Creation in progress
  • 7 = Snapshot is inoperative due to lack of snapshot space
  • 8 = Deletion in progress
  • 9 = Capacity change in progress
  • 10 = Inoperative due to data lost
  • 11 = Capacity reservation in progress
  • 12 = Capacity unreservation in progress
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-4 13602308
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned to the NORMAL state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 1 (NORMAL). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 3 (FAILED).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-5 13602309
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of a battery assembly within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has changed. The value.ul1 field contains the new state. The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul1 and value.ul2 fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Battery System Hold-up Time is greater than 96 hours
  • 3 = Battery System Hold-up Time is greater than 0 and less than 96 hours
  • 5 = Battery System Hold-up Time is zero hours
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-6 13602310
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. A Volume has transitioned to the MISSING state. The affected Volume is identified in the handle field. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Physical Disk Drive that is associated with that Volume. The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the associated Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], and attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The internal identification of that Volume's Redundant Storage Set is contained in the attribute.value.u32[3] field. The attribute.type field contains the value of 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state. The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul1 and value.ul2 fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal - Volume is present and operating normally
  • 2 = Migrating - Data from this volume is being moved to other storage in this Disk Group
  • 4 = Reconstructing - Volume is inaccessible; redundant data is being regenerated and moved to other storage in this Disk Group
  • 5 = Completing - This previously inaccessible volume has become accessible; data migration is being completed
  • 6 = Reverting - This previously inaccessible volume has become accessible; data is being regenerated
  • 7 = Failed - Volume is not being used in the Disk Group; disk errors are preventing normal usage
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-7 13602311
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of the Fibre Channel port identified in the attribute.value.str field and located on the rear panel of the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned to the NORMAL state. The attribute.type field contains the value 4. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 1 (NORMAL). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 2 (FAILED).

Note that the HSV110 controller's internal identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the secondary-id field.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-8 13602312
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. The Occupancy Alarm Level threshold has been reached for the Disk Group identified in the handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-9 13602313
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Resource Availability state of a Volume has transitioned to the SUFFICIENT state. The affected Volume is identified in the handle field. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Physical Disk Drive that is associated with that Volume. The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the associated Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], and attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The internal identification of that Volume's Redundant Storage Set is contained in the attribute.value.u32[3] field. The attribute.type field contains the value of 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 0 (SUFFICIENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 1 (INSUFFICIENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-a 13602314
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Data Availability state of the internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has transitioned to the NORMAL state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 0 (NORMAL). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 1 (DATA LOST).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-c 13602316
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Snapclone Logical Disk identified in the handle field has completed the unsharing operation. The secondary-id field contains the noid of the associated successor internal Logical Disk.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d 13602317
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of the Quorum Disk flag of a Volume has changed. The affected Volume is identified in the handle field. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Quorum Disk flag. The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Quorum Disk flag. The state values that may be found in the value.ul1 and value.ul2 fields are as follows:
  • 0 = Not quorum disk
  • 1 = Quorum disk
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-e 13602318
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The temperature trip point for a temperature sensor located within an HSV110 controller has been reached. The HSV110 controller is identified in the handle field. The value.ul1 field contains the current temperature reading from I2C sensor 1 in degrees celsius while the value.ul2 field contains the adjusted reading from I2C sensor 2. The set temperature trip point is contained in the secondary-id field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-f 13602319
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. The temperature within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field is approaching its trip point. The value.ul1 field contains the current temperature reading from I2C sensor 1 in degrees celsius while the value.ul2 field contains the adjusted reading from I2C sensor 2. The secondary-id field contains the set temperature trip point in Celsius.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-11 13602321
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Blower Present flag for the '1' blower assembly located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the NOT PRESENT to PRESENT state indicating that the blower has been reinstalled. The secondary-id field contains the '1' blower assembly internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Blower Present flag: 1 (PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Blower Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-12 13602322
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The '1' blower located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field is running slower than the lowest acceptable speed. The secondary-id field contains the '1' blower assembly internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the current speed of the '1' blower. The value.ul2 field contains the lowest acceptable speed for the '1' blower.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-13 13602323
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. One of the voltage sensors located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has reported a voltage that is out of range. The value.ul1 field contains the out of range voltage value. The secondary-id field contains the specific voltage threshold value (i.e., 12V, 5V, 3.3V, 2.5V or 2V). Note that the voltages are expressed in millivolts--e.g.,12.5V is expressed as 12500.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-14 13602324
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The state of a Volume has transitioned to the FAILED state. The affected Volume is identified in the handle field. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Physical Disk Drive that is associated with that Volume. The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the associated Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], and attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The internal identification of that Volume's Redundant Storage Set is contained in the attribute.value.u32[3] field. The attribute.type field contains the value of 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 7 (FAILED). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul2 fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal - Volume is present and operating normally
  • 2 = Migrating - Data from this volume is being moved to other storage in this Disk Group
  • 3 = Missing - Volume is inaccessible
  • 4 = Reconstructing - Volume is inaccessible; redundant data is being regenerated and moved to other storage in this Disk Group
  • 5 = Completing - This previously inaccessible volume has become accessible; data migration is being completed
  • 6 = Reverting - This previously inaccessible volume has become accessible; data is being regenerated
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-15 13602325
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. An HSV110 controller has failed. The state of the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned to the FAILED state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 3 (FAILED). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 1 (NORMAL).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-16 13602326
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The temperature within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has returned to its normal operating range. The value.ul1 field contains the current temperature reading in celsius from I2C sensor 1, while the value.ul2 field contains the adjusted reading from I2C sensor 2.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-17 13602327
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An HSV110 controller's battery assembly has been removed. The Battery Present flag for battery assembly '1' located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has changed from PRESENT to NOT PRESENT indicating that the battery assembly was removed. The secondary-id field contains the battery assembly '1' internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Battery Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Battery Present flag: 1 (PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-18 13602328
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Battery In Use flag for battery assembly '1' located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the NOT IN USE to IN USE state indicating that the battery assembly is functioning properly. The secondary-id field contains the battery assembly '1' internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Battery In Use flag: 1 (IN USE). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Battery In Use flag: 0 (NOT IN USE).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-19 13602329
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. One of the voltage sensors located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has reported a voltage that indicates that a voltage that was previously out of range has returned to the normal range. The value.ul1 field contains the normal range voltage value. The secondary-id field contains the voltage threshold value (i.e., 12V, 5V, 3.3V, 2.5V or 2V). Note that the voltages are expressed in thousands--e.g., 12.5V is expressed as 12500.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-1a 13602330
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. The battery assembly voltage regulator located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field is offline.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-1b 13602331
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of the Disk Group identified in the handle field has transitioned to the NORMAL state. The value.ul1 field contains the new Disk Group state: 1 (NORMAL). The value.ul2 field contains the old Disk Group state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 2 = Disk Group with no redundancy is inoperative
  • 3 = Disk Group with parity redundancy is inoperative
  • 4 = Disk Group with mirrored redundancy is inoperative
  • 5 = Disk Group with no redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
  • 6 = Disk Group with parity redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
  • 7 = Disk Group with mirrored redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-1c 13602332
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Occupancy Alarm Level for the Disk Group identified in the handle field has returned to the normal range.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-1d 13602333
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An HSV110 controller's battery assembly has malfunctioned. The Battery In Use flag for battery assembly '1' located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the IN USE to NOT IN USE state indicating that the battery assembly has malfunctioned. The secondary-id field contains the battery assembly '1' internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Battery In Use flag: 0 (NOT IN USE). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Battery In Use flag: 1 (IN USE).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-1e 13602334
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Battery Present flag for battery assembly '1' located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has changed from NOT PRESENT to PRESENT indicating that the battery assembly was reinstalled. The secondary-id field contains the battery assembly '1' internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Battery Present flag: 1 (PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Battery Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-1f 13602335
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An HSV110 controller's battery assembly has been removed. The Battery Present flag for battery assembly '2' located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has changed from PRESENT to NOT PRESENT indicating that the battery assembly was removed. The secondary-id field contains the battery assembly '2' internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Battery Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Battery Present flag: 1 (PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-20 13602336
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Battery Present flag for battery assembly '2' located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has changed from NOT PRESENT to PRESENT indicating that the battery assembly was reinstalled. The secondary-id field contains the battery assembly '2' internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Battery Present flag: 1 (PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Battery Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-21 13602337
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Battery In Use flag for battery assembly '2' located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the NOT IN USE to IN USE state indicating that the battery assembly is functioning properly. The secondary-id field contains the battery assembly '2' internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Battery In Use flag: 1 (IN USE). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Battery In Use flag: 0 (NOT IN USE).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-22 13602338
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An HSV110 controller's battery assembly has malfunctioned. The Battery In Use flag for battery assembly '2' located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the IN USE to NOT IN USE state indicating that the battery assembly has malfunctioned. The secondary-id field contains the battery assembly '2' internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Battery In Use flag: 0 (NOT IN USE). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Battery In Use flag: 1 (IN USE).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-23 13602339
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The Blower Present flag for the '2' blower assembly located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the PRESENT to NOT PRESENT state indicating that the blower has been removed. The secondary-id field contains the '2' blower assembly internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Blower Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Blower Present flag: 1 (PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-24 13602340
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Blower Present flag for the '2' blower assembly located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the NOT PRESENT to PRESENT state indicating that the blower has been reinstalled. The secondary-id field contains the '2' blower assembly internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Blower Present flag: 1 (PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Blower Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-25 13602341
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The '2' blower located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field is running slower than the lowest acceptable speed. The secondary-id field contains the '2' blower assembly internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the current speed of the '2' blower. The value.ul2 field contains the lowest acceptable speed for the '2' blower.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-26 13602342
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An HSV110 controller's '1' blower/power supply assembly has been removed or AC power has been removed from the power supply. The HSV110 controller is identified in the handle field. The secondary-id field contains the '1' blower/power supply assembly internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Blower/Power Supply Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Blower/Power Supply Present flag: 1 (PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-27 13602343
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. An HSV110 controller's '1' blower/power supply assembly has been reinstalled or AC power has been restored to the power supply. The HSV110 controller is identified in the handle field. The secondary-id field contains the '1' blower/power supply assembly internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Blower/Power Supply Present flag: 1 (PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Blower/Power Supply Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-28 13602344
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An HSV110 controller's '2' blower/power supply assembly has been removed or AC power has been removed from the power supply. The HSV110 controller is identified in the handle field. The secondary-id field contains the '2' blower/power supply assembly internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Blower/Power Supply Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Blower/Power Supply Present flag: 1 (PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-29 13602345
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. An HSV110 controller's '2' blower/power supply assembly has been reinstalled or AC power has been restored to the power supply. The HSV110 controller is identified in the handle field. The secondary-id field contains the '2' blower/power supply assembly internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Blower/Power Supply Present flag: 1 (PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Blower/Power Supply Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-2a 13602346
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The '1' blower/power supply located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field is running slower than the lowest acceptable speed. The secondary-id field contains the '1' blower/power supply assembly internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the current speed of the '1' blower/power supply. The value.ul2 field contains the lowest acceptable speed for the '1' blower/power supply.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-2b 13602347
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The '2' blower/power supply located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field is running slower than the lowest acceptable speed. The secondary-id field contains the '2' blower/power supply assembly internal identifier value: 2. The value.ul1 field contains the current speed of the '2' blower/power supply. The value.ul2 field contains the lowest acceptable speed for the '2' blower/power supply.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-2c 13602348
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. The state of a battery assembly within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned to the Battery System Hold-up Time is zero hours state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state 5: (Battery System Hold-up Time is zero hours). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 1 = Battery System Hold-up Time is greater than 96 hours
  • 3 = Battery System Hold-up Time is greater than 0 and less than 96 hours
  • 5 = Battery System Hold-up Time is zero hours
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-2d 13602349
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The Resource Availability state of a Volume has transitioned to the INSUFFICIENT state. The affected Volume is identified in the handle field. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Physical Disk Drive that is associated with that Volume. The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the associated Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], and attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The internal identification of that Volume's Redundant Storage Set is contained in the attribute.value.u32[3] field. The attribute.type field contains the value of 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 1 (INSUFFICIENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 0 (SUFFICIENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-2e 13602350
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field rejected a login attempt. The value.ul1 and value.ul2 fields contain words [0] and [1], respectively, of the World Wide Name of the host adapter that originated the rejected login attempt. The secondary-id field contains the reason for the rejection as follows:
  • 50 = The host is already logged in
  • 101 = Maximum number of logins is exceeded
  • 102 = Invalid cookie was sent
  • 106 = The password is not set on the HSV110 controller
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-2f 13602351
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field processed a Storage System Management Interface command with the result of non-success return code. The value.ul1 field contains internal the command type. The value.ul2 field contains the internal return code. The attribute.value.obj field contains the internal target and internal version of the command.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-30 13602352
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has updated the physical disk drive map for the loop pair identified in the secondary-id field. The value.ul1 field contains the new internal map generation number. The value.ul2 field contains the old internal map generation number.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-31 13602353
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The state of the Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has transitioned to the DEGRADED state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 2 (DEGRADED). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 3 = Failed
  • 4 = Not present
  • 5 = Single Port on Fibre
The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains value 1. The rack number in the attribute.value.u32[2] field will not contain a valid value until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-32 13602354
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The state of the Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has transitioned to the FAILED state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 3 (FAILED). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Degraded
  • 4 = Not present
  • 5 = Single Port on Fibre
The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains value 1. The rack number in the attribute.value.u32[2] field will not contain a valid value until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-33 13602355
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Derived Unit identified in the handle field was created. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Storage System Virtual Disk that is associated with that Derived Unit. The attribute.value.obj field contains the identity of the Virtual Disk associated with that Derived Unit.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-34 13602356
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field was created. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Disk Group where this internal Logical Disk was created. The attribute.value.u64[0] field contains the size (in blocks) of the internal Logical Disk. The attribute.value.u32[2] field contains the redundancy type of the internal Logical Disk. The attribute.type field contains the value 5. The values that may be found in the attribute.value.u32[2] field are as follows:
  • 1 = Vraid0
  • 2 = Vraid1
  • 3 = Vraid5
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-35 13602357
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Disk Group identified in the handle field was created. The attribute.value.u32[0] field contains the number of physical disk drives within the Disk Group. The attribute.type field contains the value 1.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-36 13602358
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field was discovered. The enclosure, bay and rack where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1] and attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains the value 1.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-37 13602359
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Presented Unit identified in the handle field was created. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Storage System Virtual Disk that is associated with the Presented Unit. This Presented Unit is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the attribute.value.obj.handle field. The add-handle2 field contains the associated Storage System Host path, and add-data[0] and add-data[1] contains the host LUN number.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-38 13602360
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Host path identified in the handle field was created.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-39 13602361
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Virtual Disk identified in the handle field was created.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-3a 13602362
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Volume was created. The Volume is identified in the handle field. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Physical Disk Drive that is associated with that Volume. The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the associated Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], and attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains the value of 1.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-3b 13602363
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Derived Unit identified in the handle field was deleted. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Storage System Virtual Disk that was associated with the Derived Unit. This Derived Unit is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the attribute.value.obj.handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-3c 13602364
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field was deleted.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-3d 13602365
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Disk Group identified in the handle field was deleted.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-3e 13602366
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has disappeared. The enclosure, bay and rack where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1] and attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains the value 1.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-3f 13602367
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Presented Unit identified in the handle field was deleted. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Storage System Virtual Disk that was associated with the Presented Unit. This Presented Unit is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the attribute.value.obj.handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-40 13602368
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Host path identified in the handle field was deleted.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-41 13602369
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Storage System Virtual Disk identified in the handle field was deleted. The Storage System Virtual Disk is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the add-handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-43 13602371
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has joined the Storage System. If the handle field is zero, the HSV110 controller identity could not be obtained due to an unexpected state transition.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-44 13602372
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. An HSV110 controller has left the Storage System. The HSV110 controller is identified in the handle field. If the handle field is zero, the HSV110 controller identity could not be obtained due to an unexpected state transition.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-45 13602373
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Storage System has been deleted by an HSV110 controller. The Storage System is identified in the handle field. The HSV110 controller is identified in the add-handle field. If the handle field or add-handle field is zero, the corresponding identity could not be obtained due to an unexpected state transition.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-46 13602374
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Data Replication Group identified in the handle field was created.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-47 13602375
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Data Replication Group identified in the handle field was deleted.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-48 13602376
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The internal Logical Disk associated with the Snapshot Virtual Disk identified in the handle field was created. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Disk Group where this internal Logical Disk was created. The attribute.value.u64[0] field contains the size (in blocks) of the reserved capacity of the internal Logical Disk. The attribute.value.u32[2] field contains the redundancy type of the internal Logical Disk. The attribute.value.u32[3] field contains the noid of the associated successor internal Logical Disk. The attribute.type field contains the value 6. The values that may be found in the attribute.value.u32[2] field are as follows:
  • 1 = Vraid0
  • 2 = Vraid1
  • 3 = Vraid5
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-49 13602377
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The internal Logical Disk associated with the Copy of the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field was created. The add-handle field contains the identity of the Disk Group where this internal Logical Disk was created. The attribute.value.u64[0] field contains the size (in blocks) of the reserved capacity of the target Virtual Disk. The attribute.value.u32[2] field contains the redundancy type of the internal Logical Disk. The attribute.value.u32[3] field contains the noid of the associated successor internal Logical Disk. The attribute.type field contains the value 6. The values that may be found in the attribute.value.u32[2] field are as follows:
  • 1 = Vraid0
  • 2 = Vraid1
  • 3 = Vraid5
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-65 13602405
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Host Operating System mode of the Storage System Host identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.type and new-attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Host Operating System mode. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Host Operating System mode. The values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 0 = Unknown
  • 1 = User defined
  • 2 = Unused
  • 3 = WINNT with SecurePath
  • 4 = VMS
  • 5 = TRU64 UNIX
  • 6 = Sun UNIX
  • 7 = NetWare
  • 8 = HP
  • 9 = IBM
  • 10 = LINUX
  • 11 = SCO UNIX
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-66 13602406
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. Time was set on the Storage System identified in the handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-67 13602407
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The LUN of the Presented Unit identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.type field and the new-attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0..1] fields contain the value of the old LUN. The new-attr.value.u32[0..1] fields contain the value of the new LUN. The secondary-id field contains the noid portion of the handle for the Storage System Virtual Disk associated with the Presented Unit. This Presented Unit is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the add-handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-68 13602408
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Device Addition Policy of the Storage System identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.type field and the new-attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Device Addition Policy. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Device Addition Policy. The policy values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Manual policy
  • 2 = Automatic policy
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-69 13602409
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Quiescent state of the Storage System Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.type field and the new-attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Quiescent state. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Quiescent state. The state values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 0 = Not quiescent
  • 1 = Quiescent
This Storage System Virtual Disk is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the add-handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-6a 13602410
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Enabled/Disabled state of the Storage System Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.type field and the new-attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Enabled/Disabled state. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Enabled/Disabled state. The state values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Disabled
  • 2 = Enabled
This Storage System Virtual Disk is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the add-handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-6b 13602411
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Cache Policy of the Storage System Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has changed.

The old-attr.type field and the new-attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Write Cache Policy. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Write Cache Policy. The policy values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:

  • 1 = Writethrough
  • 2 = Writeback

The old-attr.value.u32[1] field contains the old Read Cache Policy. The new-attr.value.u32[1] field contains the new Read Cache Policy. The policy values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[1] and new-attr.value.u32[1] fields are as follows:

  • 1 = Read cache on
  • 2 = Read cache off

The old-attr.value.u32[2] field contains the old Cache Mirroring Policy. The new-attr.value.u32[2] field contains the new Cache Mirroring Policy. The policy values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[2] and new-attr.value.u32[2] fields are as follows:

  • 1 = Mirror
  • 2 = No mirror
This Storage System Virtual Disk is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the add-handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-6c 13602412
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Usage state of a Volume changed. The affected Volume is identified in the handle field. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Usage state. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Usage state. The Usage state values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Disk Group
  • 2 = Reserved
  • 4 - 20 = temporary usage reserved for drive code load
This Volume is associated with the Disk Group identified in the add-handle field, if either the old Usage state or the new Usage state is 1. The secondary-id field contains the internal identification of that Volume's Redundant Storage Set.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-6d 13602413
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Disk Failure Protection Level of the Disk Group identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.type and new-attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old number of physical disk drives available for use. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new number of physical disk drives available for use.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-6e 13602414
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Write Protected state of the Derived Unit identified in the handle field has changed. This Derived Unit is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the add-handle field. The secondary-id field contains the noid portion of the handle for the Storage System Virtual Disk associated with the Derived Unit. The old-attr.type field and the new-attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Write Protected state. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Write Protected state. The Write Protected state values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 0 = Write protect off
  • 1 = Write protect on
This Derived Unit is associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the add-handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-70 13602416
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. The Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has experienced numerous communication failures on a particular Fibre Channel port identified in the new-attr.value.str field. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the internal port ID. The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the old-attr.value.u32[1], old-attr.value.u32[2], old-attr.value.u32[3] fields, respectively. The old-attr.type field contains value 1. The new-attr.value.str field contains the cerp-id of the Fibre Channel port. The new-attr.type field contains value 4.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-71 13602417
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field received a request to shutdown.

The old-attr.type field and field contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field indicates the type of restart that was requested as follows:

  • 0 = None -- no restart
  • 1 = Regular -- full restart, host system connectivity is lost until the controller returns to normal operation
  • 2 = Fast -- resynchronization, restart of the controller in a manner that has little or no impact on host system connectivity

The old-attr.value.u32[1] field indicates whether the other HSV110 controller of the pair was requested to remain operational or to also shutdown as follows:

  • 0 = Remain operational
  • 1 = Coupled shutdown

The old-attr.value.u32[2] field indicates whether the HSV110 controller was requested to remain in the power on state or power itself off as follows:

  • 0 = Remain in the power on state
  • 1 = Power itself off

The old-attr.value.u32[3] field value indicates whether the Physical Disk Drive enclosure(s) was requested to remain in the power on state or to be powered off as follows:

  • 0 = Remain in the power on state
  • 1 = Powered off

The old-attr.value.u32[4] field value indicates whether the battery assemblies located within the HSV110 controller were requested to be enabled or disabled as follows:

  • 0 = Enabled
  • 1 = Disabled

The old-attr.value.u32[5] field contains the number of seconds the shutdown operation was requested to be delayed.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-72 13602418
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has completed its shutdown preparations.

The old-attr.type field contain the value 1. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field value indicates the result of the HSV110 controller Cache Memory shutdown operation as follows:

  • 1 = Success
  • 2 = Failure
  • 3 = Not applicable

The old-attr.value.u32[1] field contains the internal Storage System Management Interface cache shutdown status code.

The old-attr.value.u32[2] field value indicates the result of the Physical Disk Drive enclosure(s) power off operation as follows:

  • 1 = Success
  • 2 = Failure
  • 3 = Not applicable

The old-attr.value.u32[3] field contains the internal Storage System Management Interface Physical Disk Drive enclosure(s) power off status code.

The old-attr.value.u32[4] field value indicates the result of the battery assemblies disable operation as follows:

  • 1 = Success
  • 2 = Failure
  • 3 = Not applicable

The old-attr.value.u32[5] field value indicates the battery assemblies disable operation failure mode as follows:

  • 0 = No failure indicated.
  • 1 = Failed only on the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field.
  • 2 = Failed only on the other HSV110 controller of the pair.
  • 3 = Failed on both HSV110 controllers.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-73 13602419
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Failsafe state of the Data Replication Group identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Failsafe state. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Failsafe state. The Failsafe state values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Failsafe Disabled
  • 2 = Failsafe Enabled
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-74 13602420
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Mode of the Data Replication Group identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Mode. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Mode. The Mode values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 0 = Normal Active Source
  • 1 = Normal Active Destination
  • 2 = Active/Active (Master)
  • 3 = Active/Active (Non-Master)
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-75 13602421
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Operational state of a Data Replication Group has changed to Synchronous or Asynchronous. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Operation state. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Operation state. The Operation state values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Synchronous
  • 2 = Asynchronous
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-76 13602422
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Read Only attribute of the Data Replication Group identified in the handle field has changed. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Read Only attribute. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Read Only attribute. The Read Only attribute values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 0 = Data Replication Destination Storage System Virtual Disk disabled for read access.
  • 1 = Data Replication Destination Storage System Virtual Disk enabled for read access.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-77 13602423
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Data Replication Group failover has occurred. The handle field contains the identity of the Data Replication Group. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Role. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Role.
  • 0 = Normal Active Source
  • 1 = Normal Active Destination
  • 2 = Active/Active (Master)
  • 3 = Active/Active (Non-Master)
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-78 13602424
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Data Replication Group has been suspended or resumed. The handle field contains the identity of the Data Replication Group. The old-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the old Suspend state. The new-attr.value.u32[0] field contains the new Suspend state. The Suspend state values that may be found in the old-attr.value.u32[0] and new-attr.value.u32[0] fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Connection between the Data Replication Source and Data Replication Destination is active.
  • 2 = Connection between the Data Replication Source and Data Replication Destination is inactive.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-79 13602425
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Storage System Virtual Disk was added to a Data Replication Group. The Storage System Virtual Disk is identified in the add-handle field. The Data Replication Group is identified in the handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-7a 13602426
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Storage System Virtual Disk was removed from a Data Replication Group. The Storage System Virtual Disk is identified in the add-handle field. The Data Replication Group is identified in the handle field.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-c8 13602504
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The Data Availability state of the internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has transitioned to the DATA LOST state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 1 (DATA LOST). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 0 (NORMAL).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-c9 13602505
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The state of the Disk Group identified in the handle field has transitioned to an INOPERATIVE state. The value.ul1 field contains the new Disk Group state. The value.ul2 field contains the old Disk Group state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul1 and value.ul2 fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Disk Group with no redundancy is inoperative
  • 3 = Disk Group with parity redundancy is inoperative
  • 4 = Disk Group with mirrored redundancy is inoperative
  • 5 = Disk Group with no redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
  • 6 = Disk Group with parity redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
  • 7 = Disk Group with mirrored redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-ca 13602506
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The state of the internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has transitioned to the FAILED state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 5 (FAILED). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Replacement delay in progress
  • 3 = Redundancy lost, restore in progress
  • 4 = Redundancy lost, restore stalled
  • 6 = Creation in progress
  • 7 = Snapshot is inoperative due to lack of snapshot space
  • 8 = Deletion in progress
  • 9 = Capacity change in progress
  • 10 = Inoperative due to data lost
  • 11 = Capacity reservation in progress
  • 12 = Capacity unreservation in progress
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-cb 13602507
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The state of the internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has transitioned to the SNAPSHOT OVERCOMMIT state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 7 (SNAPSHOT OVERCOMMIT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Replacement delay in progress
  • 3 = Redundancy lost, restore in progress
  • 4 = Redundancy lost, restore stalled
  • 5 = Failed
  • 6 = Creation in progress
  • 8 = Deletion in progress
  • 9 = Capacity change in progress
  • 10 = Inoperative due to device data lost
  • 11 = Capacity reservation in progress
  • 12 = Capacity unreservation in progress
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-cc 13602508
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The state of the internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field has transitioned to the DEVICE DATA LOST state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 10 (DEVICE DATA LOST). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Replacement delay in progress
  • 3 = Redundancy lost restore, in progress
  • 4 = Redundancy lost restore, stalled
  • 5 = Failed
  • 6 = Creation in progress
  • 7 = Snapshot is inoperative due to lack of snapshot space
  • 8 = Deletion in progress
  • 9 = Capacity change in progress
  • 11 = Capacity reservation in progress
  • 12 = Capacity unreservation in progress
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-cd 13602509
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The state of the Fibre Channel port identified in the attribute.value.str field and located on the rear panel of the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned to the FAILED state. The attribute.type field contains the value 4. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 2 (FAILED). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 1 (NORMAL).

Note that the HSV110 controller's internal identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the secondary-id field.

TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-ce 13602510
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of the Disk Group identified in the handle field has transitioned to an INOPERATIVE MARKED state. The value.ul1 field contains the new Disk Group state. The value.ul2 field contains the old Disk Group state. The state values that may be found in the value.ul1 and value.ul2 fields are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Disk Group with no redundancy is inoperative
  • 3 = Disk Group with parity redundancy is inoperative
  • 4 = Disk Group with mirrored redundancy is inoperative
  • 5 = Disk Group with no redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
  • 6 = Disk Group with parity redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
  • 7 = Disk Group with mirrored redundancy is inoperative, marked for re-use
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-cf 13602511
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. The state of the Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has transitioned to the NOT PRESENT state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 4 (NOT PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Degraded
  • 3 = Failed
  • 5 = Single Port on Fibre
The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains value 1. The rack number in the attribute.value.u32[2] field will not contain a valid value until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d0 13602512
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field no longer needs attention.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d1 13602513
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field needs attention.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d2 13602514
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The Blower Present flag for the '1' blower assembly located within the HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the PRESENT to NOT PRESENT state indicating that the blower has been removed. The secondary-id field contains the '1' blower assembly internal identifier value: 1. The value.ul1 field contains the new state of the Blower Present flag: 0 (NOT PRESENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state of the Blower Present flag: 1 (PRESENT).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d3 13602515
Severity: Undetermined -- more information needed to determine severity. At least one Virtual Disk associated with the Data Replication Group identified in the handle field has transitioned to the INOPERATIVE state. The remaining Virtual Disks associated with this Data Replication Group have been forced INOPERATIVE. The value.ul1 field contains the new Data Replication Group member state: 2 (INOPERATIVE). The value.ul2 field contains the old Data Replication Group member state: 1 (OPERATIVE).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d4 13602516
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. All the Virtual Disks associated with the Data Replication Group identified in the handle field have transitioned to the OPERATIVE state. The value.ul1 field contains the new Data Replication Group member state: 1 (OPERATIVE). The value.ul2 field contains the old Data Replication Group member state: 2 (INOPERATIVE).
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d5 13602517
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The state of the Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has transitioned to the Single Port on Fibre state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 5 (SINGLE PORT ON FIBRE). The value.ul2 field contains the old state. The state values that may be in the value.ul2 field are as follows:
  • 1 = Normal
  • 2 = Degraded
  • 3 = Failed
  • 4 = Not Present
The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0], attribute.value.u32[1], attribute.value.u32[2] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains value 1. The rack number in the attribute.value.u32[2] field will not contain a valid value until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d6 13602518
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has been shutdown because the temperature sensors do not agree and the system temperature can not be accurately determined. The value.ul1 field contains the current temperature reported in celsius from I2C sensor 1, while the value.ul2 field contains the reading from I2C sensor 2.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-9-d7 13602519
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified in the handle field has been shutdown because the temperature sensors can not be accessed and the system temperature can not be accurately determined. The value.ul1 field contains the status from the attempted I2C access.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-b-0 13602816
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The HSV110 controller identified by the node-name field has begun a resynchronization operation (i.e., a restart of the controllers in a manner that has little or no impact on host system connectivity). The information.pc field contains the program counter of resynchronization operation initiator. The information.flags field contains reboot flags value. The information.code field contains the resynchronization operation event code value.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-0 13603072
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The specified Destination Virtual Disk has successfully completed a Full Copy. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-1 13603073
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The specified Source Virtual Disk has transitioned to the Logging state because the alternate Storage System is not accessible or the Data Replication Group is suspended. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda, port, cerp-id, side.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-2 13603074
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The specified Source Virtual Disk has transitioned to the Logging state because the Destination Virtual Disk is not accessible. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda, port, cerp-id, side.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-3 13603075
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The specified Destination Virtual Disk has transitioned to the Merging state, because the alternate Storage System or Destination Virtual Disk is now accessible or resumed. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-4 13603076
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Data Replication Group has entered the Failsafe Locked state due to an inaccessible or inoperative destination. Either the Destination Virtual Disk is not accessible or a Virtual Disk in the Data Replication Group is inoperative. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda, port, cerp-id, side.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-5 13603077
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Data Replication Group has entered the Failsafe Locked state due to an inoperative source. Either the Source Virtual Disk is not accessible or a Virtual Disk in the Data Replication Group is inoperative. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda, port, cerp-id, side.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-6 13603078
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. An unrecoverable read error occurred on the specified Source Virtual Disk during the Full Copy. The Virtual Disk address specified in the vda field indicates the first block in error. The Full Copy was terminated.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-7 13603079
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Full Copy terminated prior to completion. A remote copy error occurred due to an inaccessible alternate Storage System. The Virtual Disk address specified in the vda field indicates the first block in error. The Full Copy will continue when the Data Replication Destination is restored.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-8 13603080
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Full Copy terminated prior to completion. A remote copy error occurred due to an inaccessible Destination Virtual Disk. The Virtual Disk address specified in the vda field indicates the first block in error. The Full Copy will continue when the Data Replication Destination is restored.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-9 13603081
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A Data Replication Log has been reset due to insufficient Disk Group capacity. The Data Replication Destination has been marked for a Full Copy. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda, port, cerp-id, side.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-a 13603082
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Data Replication Log has been reset due to a Data Replication Group failover. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-c 13603084
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Destination Data Replication Group has successfully completed a Merge. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-f 13603087
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Data Replication Group is no longer in a Failsafe Locked state. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda, port, cerp-id, side.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-10 13603088
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Destination Data Replication Group has been marked for a Full Copy. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-11 13603089
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. A Storage System has discovered that a Data Replication Group failover has taken place. This Virtual Disk is transitioning from a Data Replication Source role to a Data Replication Destination role. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-12 13603090
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. This Data Replication Group is transitioning from a Data Replication Destination role to a Data Replication Source role. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-c-15 13603093
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The Data Replication Path between this Site and the Alternate Site has closed, possibly due to a connection failure between the specified host port and the Alternate Site. The following fields are not valid: group-name-uuid, group-uuid, source-scvd-uuid, status, block, vda.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-0 13603328
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. Unrecognized event reported by a Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The event was reported by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The content of the alarm-error-code field could not be translated into a known event. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-1 13603329
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A physical disk drive that is not Fibre Channel compatible or cannot operate at the link rate established by the drive enclosure I/O modules was detected. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. This problem was detected during spin up of the physical disk drive installed in the drive enclosure bay identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-2 13603330
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A physical disk drive is improperly installed or missing. This could affect the drive enclosure air flow and cause an over temperature condition. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The affected drive enclosure bay is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-3 13603331
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A physical disk drive was removed while software-activated drive locking was enabled on a drive enclosure that does not support drive locking. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The affected drive enclosure bay is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-4 13603332
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A physical disk drive that is capable of operating at the loop link rate established by the drive enclosure I/O module was found to be running at a different rate. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The affected physical disk drive is installed in the drive enclosure bay identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The Fibre Channel loop on which the problem was detected is identified by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:
  • 4 = loop A
  • 5 = loop B

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-33 13603379
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. The AC input to a drive enclosure power supply has been lost. This makes the remaining power supply a single point of failure. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the affected power supply (1 or 2) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-34 13603380
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure power supply is improperly installed or missing. This could affect the drive enclosure air flow and cause an over temperature condition. The operational power supply will automatically shut down after a short period of time, thereby disabling the drive enclosure. This condition remains active until either the problem is corrected, or the operational power supply shuts down, whichever occurs first. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the affected power supply (1 or 2) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-35 13603381
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure power supply component has failed. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the affected power supply (1 or 2) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-47 13603399
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure blower is not operating properly. This could affect the drive enclosure air flow and cause an over temperature condition. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the affected blower (1 or 2) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The cause of the improper operation is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:
  • 1 = The blower is operating at a speed that is outside of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit specified range, possibly because of a bearing problem.
  • 2 = The blower is operating at a speed that is significantly outside of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit specified range, possibly because of a bearing problem.
  • 3 = The blower has stopped. NOTE: The other blower (if operational) now operates at high speed and is a single point of failure. A single blower operating at high speed can provide sufficient air flow to cool an enclosure and the elements for up to 100 hours. However, operating an enclosure at temperatures approaching an overheating threshold can damage elements and may reduce the MTBF of a specific element. Hewlett-Packard therefore recommends immediate replacement of the defective blower.
  • 4 = The power supply reported an internal blower error.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-4b 13603403
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure blower is improperly installed or missing. This affects the drive enclosure air flow and can cause an over temperature condition. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the affected blower (1 or 2) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-4c 13603404
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. Both drive enclosure blowers are missing. This severely affects the drive enclosure air flow and can cause an over temperature condition. The operational power supply(s) will automatically shut down after a short period of time, thereby disabling the drive enclosure. This condition remains active until either the problem is corrected, or the operational power supply(s) shut down, whichever occurs first. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note that this event is preceded by a 'drive enclosure blower is improperly installed or missing' event that identifies the location of the first missing blower. The location of the second missing blower (1 or 2) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field of this event. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-5b 13603419
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A drive enclosure temperature sensor out of range condition has been reported by one of the drive enclosure elements. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the temperature sensor (1 through 11) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field as follows:
  • 1 = Power Supply 1 Exhaust
  • 2 = Power Supply 2 Exhaust
  • 3 = Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit
  • 4 = Drive Bay 1
  • 5 = Drive Bay 2
  • 6 = Drive Bay 3
  • 7 = Drive Bay 4
  • 8 = Drive Bay 5
  • 9 = Drive Bay 6
  • A = Drive Bay 7
  • B = Drive Bay 8
  • C = Drive Bay 9
  • D = Drive Bay 10
  • E = Drive Bay 11
  • F = Drive Bay 12
  • 10 = Drive Bay 13
  • 11 = Drive Bay 14

The temperature sensor out of range condition is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:

  • 1 = The element temperature is approaching, but has not reached, the high temperature CRITICAL threshold. Continued operation under these conditions may result in a CRITICAL condition and may reduce an element's MTBF.
  • 2 = The element temperature is above the high temperature CRITICAL threshold. Continued operation under these conditions may result in element failure.
  • 3 = The element temperature is approaching, but has not reached, the low temperature CRITICAL threshold. Continued operation under these conditions may result in a CRITICAL condition and may reduce an element's MTBF.
  • 4 = The element temperature has reached the low temperature CRITICAL threshold. Continued operation under these conditions may result in element failure.

The actual temperature threshold values can be found in the HSV element manager GUI. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-5f 13603423
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. The average temperature of two of the three temperature sensor groups (i.e., Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit, Disk Drives, and Power Supplies) exceeds the CRITICAL level. The operational power supply(s) will automatically shut down after a short period of time, thereby disabling the drive enclosure. This condition remains active until either the problem is corrected, or the operational power supply(s) shut down, whichever occurs first. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. Note that in this case the content of the alarm-error-code.field.en field is undefined.

The actual temperature threshold values can be found in the HSV element manager GUI. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-6f 13603439
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. An internal Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is the affected element. The cause of the improper operation is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:
  • 1 = An internal Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit clock error has occurred.
  • 2 = The Inter-IC (I2C) bus is not processing data and the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is unable to monitor or report the status of the elements or enclosures.
  • 5 = A Backplane NVRAM error has occurred.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-71 13603441
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. An internal Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is the affected element. The cause of the improper operation is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:
  • 3 = A drive enclosure power supply was shut down.
  • 16 = The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit ESI data has been corrupted.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-72 13603442
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is unable to collect data for the SCSI-3 Enclosure Services (SES) page. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is the affected element. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-7e 13603454
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. Invalid data was read from a Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit NVRAM. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is the affected element. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-7f 13603455
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. An internal Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is the affected element. The cause of the improper operation is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:
  • 11 = The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit cannot write data to the NVRAM.
  • 12 = The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit cannot read data from the NVRAM.
  • 13 = The Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) that controls the ESI bus failed to load information required for Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit operation.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-82 13603458
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A drive enclosure's address is incorrect or the enclosure has no address. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is the affected element. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-83 13603459
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has experienced a hardware failure. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is the affected element. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The cause of the improper operation is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:
  • 15 = Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit hardware failure DP.
  • 18 = Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit hardware failed BT.
  • 19 = Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit ESI driver failure.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-85 13603461
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A drive enclosure power supply failed to respond to a shut down command. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is the affected element. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-8d 13603469
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure transceiver error has been detected. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the transceiver (1 through 4) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field as follows:
  • 1 = Transceiver 01
  • 2 = Transceiver 02
  • 3 = Transceiver 03
  • 4 = Transceiver 04

The transceiver error condition is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:

  • 1 = The transceivers on this link are not the same type or they are incompatible with the drive enclosure I/O module. This error prevents the controller from establishing a link with the enclosure drives and eliminates the enclosure dual-loop capability.
  • 2 = The transceiver can no longer detect a data signal. This error prevents the controller from transferring data on a loop and eliminates the enclosure dual-loop capability.
  • 3 = The system has detected an FC-AL bus fault involving a transceiver. This error prevents the controller from transferring data on a loop and eliminates the enclosure dual-loop capability.
  • 4 = The transceiver that was previously in this location has been removed.
  • 5 = The transceiver in the specified location has detected invalid Fibre Channel characters.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-a1 13603489
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure power supply voltage sensor out of range condition has been reported. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the voltage sensor (1 through 4) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field as follows:
  • 1 = Power Supply 1 +5 VDC
  • 2 = Power Supply 1 +12 VDC
  • 3 = Power Supply 2 +5 VDC
  • 4 = Power Supply 2 +12 VDC

The voltage sensor out of range condition is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:

  • 1 = The element voltage is approaching, but has not reached, the high voltage CRITICAL threshold. Continued operation under these conditions may result in a CRITICAL condition.
  • 2 = The element voltage is above the high voltage CRITICAL threshold.
  • 3 = The element voltage is approaching, but has not reached, the low voltage CRITICAL threshold. Continued operation under these conditions may result in a CRITICAL condition.
  • 4 = The element voltage has reached the low voltage CRITICAL threshold.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-b5 13603509
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure power supply current sensor out of range condition has been reported. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the current sensor (1 through 4) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field as follows:
  • 1 = Power Supply 1 +5 VDC
  • 2 = Power Supply 1 +12 VDC
  • 3 = Power Supply 2 +5 VDC
  • 4 = Power Supply 2 +12 VDC

The current sensor out of range condition is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:

  • 1 = The element current is approaching, but has not reached, the high current CRITICAL threshold. Continued operation under these conditions may result in a CRITICAL condition.
  • 2 = The element current is above the high current CRITICAL threshold.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-d8 13603544
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A drive enclosure backplane invalid NVRAM read error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit.This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the drive enclosure is the affected element. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-d9 13603545
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure backplane error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The alarm-error-code.field.en field contains the value 1 signifying that the drive enclosure is the affected element. The cause of the improper operation is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:
  • 11 = Unable to write data to the NVRAM. This problem prevents communication between elements in the enclosure.
  • 12 = Unable to read data from the NVRAM. This problem prevents communication between elements in the enclosure.
  • 13 = NVRAM has not been initialized properly. This is a manufacturing error.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-dd 13603549
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A drive enclosure I/O module error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the I/O module (A (01) and B (02)) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The cause of the improper operation is described by the content of the alarm-error-code.field.ec field as follows:
  • 1 = The I/O module's Fibre Channel link speed is not supported by the backplane. This error prevents the controller from establishing a link with enclosure drives and eliminates the enclosure dual-loop capability.
  • 11 = Unable to write data to the I/O module NVRAM.
  • 12 = Unable to read data from the I/O module NVRAM.
  • 13 = The I/O module that was in this location has been removed.

The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:

  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-de 13603550
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A drive enclosure I/O module is unable to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the I/O module (A (01) and B (02)) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-ec 13603564
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A drive enclosure I/O module invalid NVRAM read error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the drive enclosure containing the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit.This problem was detected by the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit located in the drive enclosure determined by the content of the dencl-num field as follows:
  • If dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields.
  • If dencl-num is equal to 99, the location is unknown. Note that the content of the rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the rack-num and dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the rack-num field will not be valid until a future release. The location of the I/O module (A (01) or B (02)) is identified in the alarm-error-code.field.en field. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-d-f0 13603568
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. The status has changed on one or more of the drive enclosures. This is an informational event triggered by the occurrence of a change in the status of a drive enclosure. This event is generated for the HSV element manager GUI and contains no user information. The content of the handle, alarm-error-code field, dencl-num, and rack-num fields have no meaning for this event. The enclosures array shows the drive enclosures available on the Fibre Channel loop pair (0 = Loop A, 1 = Loop B) identified in the loop field. The location of an available drive enclosure is determined by the content of the enclosures.dencl-num field as follows:
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is less than 99, the location is as indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is equal to 99, the enclosures array entry is not used. Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field is undefined in this case.
  • If enclosures.dencl-num is greater than 99, the HSV110 controller does not have proof of the current location but the last known location is indicated by the content of the enclosures.rack-num and enclosures.dencl-num fields. Subtract 100 from the content of those fields to determine the actual last known location. If there have been no configuration changes, the last known location values will be accurate.
Note that the content of the enclosures.rack-num field will not be valid until a future release.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-42-0 13616896
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. Indicated Host Fibre Channel port transitioned to link down.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-42-1 13616897
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. Indicated Host Fibre Channel port transitioned to link failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-42-3 13616899
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. An excessive number of link errors were detected on a HSV110 controller's Fibre Channel port. The identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the port field. This is an informational event triggered by the occurrence of an excessive number of Tachyon chip link status errors detected within a particular link status error type. The number of occurrences of each link status error type is contained in a separate type-specific field (e.g., loss-of-signal, bad-rx-char, etc.). The HSV110 controller checks each of its Fibre Channel port's for excessive link status errors periodically.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-42-4 13616900
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A Fibre Channel port on the HSV110 controller has failed to respond. The identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp-id field. The HSV110 controller internal Fibre Channel port number of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the port field. The peb array contains the port event block information. The peq-frz-prod-index field contains the index to the port event block in use when the Tachyon chip entered the frozen state. The peq-prod-index field contains the index to the next port event block. The peq-cons-index field contains the index to the next port event block to be acted upon.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-42-5 13616901
Severity: Normal -- informational in nature. Indicated Host Fibre Channel port transitioned to link wedged.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-83-0 13633536
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A failure was detected during the execution of this HSV110 controller's on board diagnostics.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-83-1 13633537
Severity: Warning -- not failed but attention recommended or required. A GBIC SFF Serial ID Data check code failure was detected during the execution of this HSV110 controller's on board diagnostics.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-83-2 13633538
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A battery assembly failure was detected during the execution of this HSV110 controller's on board diagnostics.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-83-3 13633539
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A battery assembly failure was detected during the execution of this HSV110 controller's on board diagnostics.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-83-4 13633540
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A battery assembly communication failure was detected during the execution of this HSV110 controller's on board diagnostics.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-83-5 13633541
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A battery assembly communication failure was detected during the execution of this HSV110 controller's on board diagnostics.
TRAP-TYPE    

sCellEventTrap-83-6 13633542
Severity: Critical -- failure or failure imminent. A soft cache memory ECC error or indication of low battery voltage was detected during the execution of this HSV110 controller's on board diagnostics.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1 136000001
Object Already Exists
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2 136000002
Supplied Buffer Too Small
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3 136000003
Object Already Assigned
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4 136000004
Insufficient Available Data Storage
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5 136000005
Internal Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6 136000006
Invalid status for logical disk
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-7 136000007
Invalid Class
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8 136000008
Invalid Function
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9 136000009
Invalid Logical Disk Block State
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10 136000010
Invalid Loop Configuration
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-11 136000011
Invalid Parameter
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-12 136000012
Invalid Parameter handle
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13 136000013
Invalid Parameter Id
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-14 136000014
Invalid Quorum Configuration
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-15 136000015
Invalid Target Handle
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-16 136000016
Invalid Target Id
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-17 136000017
Invalid Time
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-18 136000018
Media is Inaccessible
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-19 136000019
No Fibre Channel Port
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-20 136000020
No Image
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-21 136000021
No Permission
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-22 136000022
Storage system not initialized
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-23 136000023
Not a Loop Port
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-24 136000024
Not a Participating Controller
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-25 136000025
Objects in your system are in use, and their state prevents the operation you wish to perform.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-26 136000026
Parameter Object Does Not Exist
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-27 136000027
Target Object Does Not Exist
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-28 136000028
Timeout
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-29 136000029
Unknown Id
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-30 136000030
Unknown Parameter Handle
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-31 136000031
Unrecoverable Media Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-32 136000032
Invalid State
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-33 136000033
Transport Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-34 136000034
Volume is Missing
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-35 136000035
Invalid Cursor
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-36 136000036
Invalid Target for the Operation
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-37 136000037
No More Events
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-38 136000038
Lock Busy
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-39 136000039
Time Not Set
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-40 136000040
Not a Supported Version
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-41 136000041
No Logical Disk for Vdisk
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-42 136000042
Logical disk Presented
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-43 136000043
Operation Denied On Slave
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-44 136000044
Not licensed for data replication
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-45 136000045
Not DR group member
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-46 136000046
Invalid DR mode
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-47 136000047
Invalid DR State
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-48 136000048
Security credentials needed. Please update your system's ID and password in the Storage System Access menu.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-49 136000049
Security credentials supplied were invalid. Please update your system's ID and password in the Storage System Access menu.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-50 136000050
Security credentials supplied were invalid. Please update your system's ID and password in the Storage System Access menu.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-51 136000051
Storage system connection down
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-52 136000052
DR group empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-53 136000053
Incompatible attribute
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-54 136000054
Vdisk is a DR group member
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-55 136000055
Vdisk is a DR log unit
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-56 136000056
Cache batteries failed or missing.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-57 136000057
Vdisk is not presented
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-58 136000058
Other controller failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-59 136000059
Maximum Number of Objects Exceeded.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-60 136000060
Max size
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-61 136000061
Password mismatch. Please update your system's password in the Storage System Access menu. Continued attempts to access this storage system with an incorrect password will disable management of this storage system.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-62 136000062
DR group is merging
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-63 136000063
DR group is logging
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-64 136000064
Connection is suspended
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-65 136000065
Bad image header
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-66 136000066
Bad image
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-67 136000067
Image too large
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-68 136000068
EMU not available
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-69 136000069
EMU indefinite delay
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-70 136000070
Image incompatible with system configuration. Version conflict in upgrade or downgrade not allowed.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-71 136000071
Bad image segment
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-72 136000072
Image already loaded
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-73 136000073
Image Write Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-74 136000074
Logical Disk Sharing
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-75 136000075
Bad Image Size
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-76 136000076
Image Load Busy
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-77 136000077
Volume Failure Predicted
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-78 136000078
Background allocation on the destination member is in progress. This action must complete before any others can be initiated .
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-79 136000079
Invalid Predecessor Vdisk Condition
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-80 136000080
Invalid Volume Usage
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-81 136000081
Minimum Volumes In Disk Group
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-82 136000082
Shutdown In Progress
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-83 136000083
Not Ready
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-84 136000084
Is Snapshot
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-85 136000085
Cannot add or remove DR group member. Mirror cache must be active for this Vdisk. Check controller cache condition.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-86 136000086
Inoperative
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-87 136000087
Disk group inoperative or less than 8 disks in group
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-88 136000088
Storage system inoperative
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-89 136000089
Failsafe Locked
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-90 136000090
Data Flush Incomplete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-91 136000091
Redundancy Mirrored Inoperative
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-92 136000092
Duplicate LUN
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-93 136000093
Other remote controller failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-94 136000094
Unknown remote Vdisk
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-95 136000095
Unknown remote DR group
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-96 136000096
PLDMC failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-97 136000097
Storage system could not be locked. System busy. Try command again.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-98 136000098
Error on remote storage system.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-99 136000099
This operation can only be completed when the source-destination connection is down.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-100 136000100
Login required - password changed.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-101 136000101
Numerous login attempts have been detected that uses an incorrect password. Please update your system's password in the Storage System Access menu.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-102 136000102
Invalid cookie
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-103 136000103
Login timed out
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-104 136000104
Max snapshot depth reached
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-105 136000105
Attribute mismatch
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-106 136000106
The password has been set in Command View EVA. The same password still needs to be set in the controllers.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-107 136000107
Not host port
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-108 136000108
Duplicate Lun WWID
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-109 136000109
System Inoperative
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-110 136000110
SnapClone Active
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-111 136000111
Emu Load Busy
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-112 136000112
Duplicate User Name
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-113 136000113
Drive Reserved For Code Load
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-114 136000114
Already Presented
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-115 136000115
Invalid remote storage system
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-116 136000116
No Lock
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-117 136000117
Maximum Number of Members Exceeded
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-118 136000118
Max Destinations
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-119 136000119
Empty User Name
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-120 136000120
Storage system already initialized
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-121 136000121
Already Open
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-122 136000122
Session Not Open
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-123 136000123
Not Marked Inoperative
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-124 136000124
Media Not Available
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-125 136000125
Battery System Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-126 136000126
DR Group Member Is Cache Data Lost
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-127 136000127
Internal Lock Collision
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-128 136000128
OCP Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-129 136000129
Mirror Offline
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-130 136000130
This operation cannot be completed if failsafe mode is enabled.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-131 136000131
Drive firmware load abort due to Raid0 virtual disk(s).
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-132 136000132
Fibre channel ports are unavailable.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-133 136000133
The storage system has reached its maximum number of DR relationship.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1000 136001000
Logical Disk Condition Change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1001 136001001
Storage system is FULL **critical**
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1002 136001002
Storage system is almost FULL. Disk group at or above maximum capacity warning level.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1003 136001003
Controller Cache Battery Condition Change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1004 136001004
Controller Cache Condition Change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1005 136001005
Controller Condition Change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1006 136001006
Controller FC Port Condition Change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1007 136001007
Physical Device Condition Change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1008 136001008
Physical Store Condition Change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1009 136001009
Host condition change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1010 136001010
Storage system time has been set
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1011 136001011
Volume Condition change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1012 136001012
Volume insufficient-resources condition change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1013 136001013
Volume Quorum Disk change
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-1014 136001014
The state of an object in the system has changed. View adjacent events for more detail.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2001 136002001
Startup Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2002 136002002
Management agent event log cleared successfully
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2003 136002003
Invalid name specified for storage system
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2004 136002004
Storage system is not initialized
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2006 136002006
Invalid name specified for Vdisk
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2007 136002007
Vdisk name exceeds maximum length
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2008 136002008
Invalid parameter specified for Vdisk
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2010 136002010
Specified Vdisk size exceeds available size
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2011 136002011
There are not enough disk drives to create a disk group
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2012 136002012
Number of devices exceeds the available number of disks
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2013 136002013
Number of devices is less than the minimum number required to create a disk group
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2016 136002016
Completed unpresenting virtual disk to host
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2021 136002021
Invalid refresh interval value. Should be numeric and non-negative.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2022 136002022
Invalid security message. Should not be blank.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2023 136002023
Vdisk Create Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2025 136002025
Storage system successfully initialized
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2026 136002026
Device Added Successfully
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2030 136002030
Refresh Interval Changed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2031 136002031
Security Message Changed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2032 136002032
Present Vdisk to a Host - Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2033 136002033
Control Startup Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2034 136002034
Change Device Usage Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2035 136002035
Control Shutdown - Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2036 136002036
Controller Shutdown - Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2038 136002038
Control Memory Allocation Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2040 136002040
Access level denied or session activity timeout. Please log in again.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2041 136002041
Vdisk Snapshot - Completed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2042 136002042
Vdisk Snapclone - Completed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2047 136002047
Host record added successfully
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2048 136002048
Logical component deleted successfully
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2049 136002049
Invalid host adapter ID
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2050 136002050
Specified device is already a member of the system
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2051 136002051
Create Folder - Completed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2052 136002052
Change Object Properties - Completed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2057 136002057
Completed disk group creation
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2058 136002058
Added host port
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2059 136002059
Discarded host port
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2060 136002060
EMU/Shelf code load complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2061 136002061
Operation will exceed the available capacity of the disk group
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2062 136002062
Controller(s) code load complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2063 136002063
The target device is not in the right condition to perform the operation
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2064 136002064
Storage system Device Addition Policy changed successfully
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2065 136002065
Maximum number of disk groups exceeded
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2066 136002066
Nsa object discard failed.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2067 136002067
There are not enough disks to meet the minimum number requirement
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2068 136002068
Entry added successfully in the password file
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2069 136002069
Entry updated successfully in the password file
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2070 136002070
Entry discarded successfully in the password file
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2071 136002071
Storage system is not responding in a timely manner and has been placed into an unknown state. This may be due to a prior command with an excessively long execution time, high I/O load, or a network communications error. Recovery will automatically occur when the storage system is able to respond.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2072 136002072
Object not found. Operation on this object is completed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2073 136002073
There is no more available space to create a Vdisk
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2074 136002074
Name or comments contains invalid character(s)
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2075 136002075
Duplicate - Another object with the same name exists.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2076 136002076
No healthy disk group(s) to create a Vdisk. Resolve any abnormal conditions in the disk group first.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2077 136002077
Operating System ID must be a valid number.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2078 136002078
Watchdog successfully started
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2079 136002079
Watchdog successfully stopped
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2080 136002080
Delete Event Config List failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2081 136002081
Disk group meltdown repaired successfully.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2082 136002082
There are no available LUNs to present this Vdisk.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2083 136002083
Controller time synchronization turned on.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2084 136002084
Controller time synchronization turned off.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2085 136002085
System login failed. Invalid password.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2086 136002086
System is not set for password validation.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2087 136002087
Agent is already logged in to this system.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2088 136002088
Storage system time set to custom time. Controller time synchronization automatically turned off.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2089 136002089
Storage system time set to SAN appliance time.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2090 136002090
Storage system time set to browser time. Controller time synchronization automatically turned off.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2091 136002091
Storage system time set to controller time. Controller time synchronization automatically turned off.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2092 136002092
Unable to find DR Group on remote storage system.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2093 136002093
A host must have at least one port. Cannot delete the only host port available.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2095 136002095
Host creation failed. Maximum number of hosts reached.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2096 136002096
Port already exists for this host.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2097 136002097
Error reading parameter string. String is empty.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2098 136002098
Command could not be completed on Master. Controller not found.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2099 136002099
Command could not be completed on Slave. Controller not found.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2100 136002100
Password access for all known storage systems is already enabled or set.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2102 136002102
The local storage system has reached the maximum allowable DR relationship.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-2103 136002103
The remote storage system has reached the maximum allowable DR relationship.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3001 136003001
Event Manager Offline
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3002 136003002
Event Manager Online
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3003 136003003
Event Manager - Startup Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3004 136003004
Event Manager - Startup Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3007 136003007
Event Manager - Shutdown Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3009 136003009
Unable to open NSA Local Event Log File
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3012 136003012
Unable to open Local Temp Event File - possibly no initialized SC
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3013 136003013
Unable to clear NSA Local Event Log File
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3015 136003015
Unable to clear NSA Event Log File
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3016 136003016
Local log file found on startup
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3017 136003017
Event Queue Flush Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3019 136003019
EM File Manager Online
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3020 136003020
EM File Manager Offline
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3021 136003021
EM Log Manager Online
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3022 136003022
EM Log Manager Offline
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3024 136003024
Local NSA logfile is empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3025 136003025
Event Queue Online
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3028 136003028
Status Descriptions Unavailable
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3029 136003029
EM Description Mngr Online
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3035 136003035
EM: NSA log file unavailable
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3036 136003036
EM Memory Allocation Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3037 136003037
EM: Local Event Configuration File Unavailable
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3038 136003038
EM: MLD Notification File Unavailable - retrieving local backup copy
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3039 136003039
EM: Local Notification Host List File Unavailable
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3044 136003044
Override this description with missing filename
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3045 136003045
Invalid storage system event sequence number - can't retrieve event
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3046 136003046
Invalid SC termination event sequence number - can't retrieve event
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3047 136003047
EM: Event config file unavailable from MLD - retrieving local backup copy
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3048 136003048
EM: Local user defined event state file unavailable
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3049 136003049
EM: EMU event monitoring thread unable to start
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3050 136003050
EM: EMU event - this description will be overwritten
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3051 136003051
EM: Failed to write Event Config file to MLD
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3053 136003053
EM: Event Configuration Filename Error or File empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3054 136003054
EM: Notification Hostlist Filename Error or File empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3055 136003055
EM: Event Config List Object Reference Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3056 136003056
EM: SC Parse File successfully uploaded
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3057 136003057
EM: SC Parse File upload failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3058 136003058
EM: Contents of the uploaded parse file invalid - unexpected contents
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3059 136003059
EM: Parse file is empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3060 136003060
Storage system being shutdown due to a command failure.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3061 136003061
EM: Could not retrieve a storage system event
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3062 136003062
EM: Init SC Event config list failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3063 136003063
Could not initialize Comm infrastructure for event logging to system log
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3064 136003064
EM: Storage system pointer is NULL!
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3065 136003065
EM: Failed to log event to the Appliance event log: check if log is full
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3066 136003066
EM: Description Mngr initialize storage system failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3067 136003067
EM: Description file too small. File read problem Or Incomplete file.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3068 136003068
EM: Can't init NT Event object pointer
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3069 136003069
EM: Can't init NT Notification object pointer
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3070 136003070
EM: Appliance Event Logging Failure - log may be full
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3071 136003071
EM: SCMI returned bad additional events number
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3072 136003072
EM: SCMI returned zero sized SC Event
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3075 136003075
EventQueue index passed is out of bounds
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3076 136003076
EM: An abnormal number of duplicate events logged - dropping duplicates
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3077 136003077
EM: Update of the MLD Status Description file failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3078 136003078
EM: NsaStatusDescriptions.txt open file error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3079 136003079
EM: NsaStatusDescriptions.txt file error - file size discrepancy from mld list
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3080 136003080
SC Event Log has been cleared and restarted. Possible RAID1 Meltdown.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3081 136003081
Invalid logType parameter
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3083 136003083
Log file is empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3084 136003084
Storage System with this WWN is not visible to this agent or the WWN is invalid
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3086 136003086
Parsefile for current firmware version not found. Upload correct parse file.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3090 136003090
The contents of this file appear to be invalid
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3091 136003091
The MIB failed to build due to a missing parse file.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3092 136003092
MLD description file is older than local file but system is downrev
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3094 136003094
System is initialized: can't get activeQ events
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-3095 136003095
Failed to write file - file could not be opened.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4000 136004000
MLD Manager Subsystem Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4001 136004001
MLD Manager Offline
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4004 136004004
MLD Manager Startup Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4005 136004005
MLD Manager Abnormal Startup
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4007 136004007
MLD Manager Shutdown Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4011 136004011
Invalid Host IP Address specified
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4012 136004012
Unable to open the NsaMldMgr.dat file for Write
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4013 136004013
Unable to open the NsaMldMgr.dat file for Read
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4014 136004014
Agent Uid does not exist
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4015 136004015
Unable to find object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4016 136004016
Unable to store object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4017 136004017
Unable to find storage system object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4018 136004018
Unable to create MLD
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4020 136004020
lastSafeChoiceDelay Expired
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4021 136004021
crashDetectDelay Expired
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4023 136004023
Unable to read Copy1 of MLD
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4024 136004024
Copy 1 of MLD Invalid
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4025 136004025
Invalid Copy block of MLD
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4027 136004027
MLD database capacity not equal to true MLD capacity
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4028 136004028
Backup range out of bounds of copy 1 range
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4029 136004029
MLD Manager Lock Crash DetectDelay has expired, just taking lock!
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4030 136004030
MLD Copy 1 Restored
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4031 136004031
MLD Copy 2 Restored
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4032 136004032
Unable to find UidAssoc Object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4033 136004033
Unable to store UID Association Object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4034 136004034
Unable to find UidAssoc Object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4035 136004035
Unable to read last Fusion event read
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4036 136004036
MLD Notification Queue Empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4037 136004037
Unable to find Notification Object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4040 136004040
Unable to read Event Log Pointer
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4041 136004041
Unable to read Event Log
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4042 136004042
Unable to store Event Log
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4043 136004043
Unable to read Event Log
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4047 136004047
Previously Read Object Properties do not Match
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4048 136004048
Previously Read Object Properties do not Match
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4049 136004049
Unable to read Notification Host List
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4050 136004050
Unable to store Notification Host List
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4051 136004051
Unable to store Notification Host List and free Lock
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4052 136004052
Unable to read Event Configuration List
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4053 136004053
Unable to store Event Configuration List
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4054 136004054
Unable to store Event Configuration List and free Lock
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4058 136004058
MLD Manager Mutex Timeout error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-4059 136004059
MLD Manager list is empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5001 136005001
Monitor Startup Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5002 136005002
Monitor Startup Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5003 136005003
Monitor ShutDown Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5004 136005004
Monitor Memory Allocation Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5005 136005005
Monitor Mark Agent as Inactive
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5006 136005006
Monitor create thread error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5007 136005007
Monitor create timer error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5008 136005008
Monitor agent registration - Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5010 136005010
Monitor initiated a storage system management shutdown because of controller failures
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5011 136005011
Unknown storage system rediscovery complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5012 136005012
Start monitoring thread for storage system - Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5013 136005013
Start monitoring thread for storage system - Fail
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5014 136005014
Monitoring thread for storage system terminated
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5015 136005015
Rediscover unknown storage system - Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5016 136005016
Controller time synchronized to appliance time.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5017 136005017
Appliance and controller time checked for synchronization.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5018 136005018
Controller and appliance time are the same. No need to synchronize.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-5019 136005019
Exception caught in monitoring process.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6001 136006001
Ready
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6002 136006002
Index Out of Range
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6003 136006003
Cannot access storage system. Communications error.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6004 136006004
No controllers found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6005 136006005
Invalid Index
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6006 136006006
Memory allocation failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6007 136006007
No physical stores found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6008 136006008
No storage system found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6009 136006009
No disk group found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6010 136006010
Too many disk groups
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6011 136006011
No volumes found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6012 136006012
No Logical Disks Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6013 136006013
Context ID changed during operation
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6014 136006014
No Name
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6015 136006015
Name Size Exceeded
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6016 136006016
Shutdown Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6017 136006017
Mutex Creation Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6018 136006018
The command has timed out. Storage system is busy processing previous command.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6019 136006019
No MLD Handle Set
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6020 136006020
Failed Transport Layer Communication - No Such Id
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6021 136006021
Failed Transport Layer Communication - TimeOut
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6022 136006022
No initialized storage system objects found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6023 136006023
No Attached Port Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6024 136006024
Failed to get SCMI Object Handle
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6025 136006025
Shutdown Both Restart And Power Off Requested
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6026 136006026
Shutdown Drive Shelf Power Off But No Enclosure Power Off Requested
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6027 136006027
Shutdown Disable Battery But No Enclosure Power Off Requested
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6028 136006028
Shutdown Disable Battery But Shutdown Unconditional Requested
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6029 136006029
Shutdown Delay Out Of Range
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6030 136006030
Cache Write Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6031 136006031
Battery Disable Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6032 136006032
Drive Shelf Disable Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6033 136006033
Battery Disable Failed on Both Controllers Batteries
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6034 136006034
Battery Disable Failed on This Controllers Battery
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6035 136006035
Battery Disable Failed on the Other Controllers Battery
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6036 136006036
Requested disk failure protection level is set. Actual level will change when sufficient disk space is available.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6037 136006037
Physical Store Contains Stale or Foreign Volume Information.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-6038 136006038
Controller Resynchronization or Reboot Occurred. Context Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8001 136008001
Invalid Operation
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8002 136008002
Storage system already created
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8003 136008003
Controller already part of storage system configuration
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8004 136008004
Physical Store Count Below Minimum
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8005 136008005
Controller not part of storage system configuration
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8006 136008006
Failed to uninitialize storage system
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8007 136008007
Storage system File Open Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8008 136008008
Storage system File Write Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8009 136008009
Storage system File Read Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8010 136008010
Name too long
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8011 136008011
No String Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8012 136008012
No MLD Handle Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8013 136008013
No Controllers Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8014 136008014
Controller Not Found On Loop
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8015 136008015
No Disk Groups Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8016 136008016
No Volumes Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8017 136008017
No Physical Stores Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8018 136008018
No Vdisks Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8019 136008019
No Hosts Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8020 136008020
Name already exists
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8021 136008021
Folder is not empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8022 136008022
Spares goal could not be met
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8023 136008023
Storage system object found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8024 136008024
Storage system object not found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8025 136008025
New Physical Store Detected But Not Found In Physical Store List
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8026 136008026
MldManager Handle is NULL
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8027 136008027
NscMngrInterface Handle is NULL
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8028 136008028
ScLockMngr Handle is NULL
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8029 136008029
Storage system initialization failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8030 136008030
MldMngr, NscMngrInterfaceMngr, or ScLockMngr Handle is NULL
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8031 136008031
Storage system initialization failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8032 136008032
Storage system discovery failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8033 136008033
Storage system already uninitialized or does not exist
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8034 136008034
Get Total Storage Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8035 136008035
Storage system is uninitialized
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8036 136008036
Get Total Storage Available Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8037 136008037
Get Total Storage Occupied Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8038 136008038
Get Total Storage Free Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8039 136008039
Get Disk Group Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8040 136008040
Get Disk Group List Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8041 136008041
Get Disk Group Count Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8042 136008042
Create Volume Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8043 136008043
Get Volume Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8044 136008044
Get Volumes Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8045 136008045
Get Volumes Count Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8046 136008046
Get Vdisk Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8047 136008047
Get Vdisk List Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8048 136008048
Get Physical Store Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8049 136008049
Get Physical Stores Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8050 136008050
Get Physical Stores Count Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8051 136008051
Create Vdisk Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8052 136008052
Delete Vdisk Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8053 136008053
Get Device Addition Policy Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8054 136008054
Get Spares Current Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8055 136008055
Get Spares Goal Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8056 136008056
Get storage system events failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8057 136008057
Get Volume Replacement Delay Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8058 136008058
Set Device Addition Policy Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8059 136008059
Set Spares Goal Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8060 136008060
Set Volume Replacement Delay Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8061 136008061
Create controller Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8062 136008062
Update controller Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8063 136008063
Create Host Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8064 136008064
Discard Host Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8065 136008065
Get Host Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8066 136008066
Get Host List Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8067 136008067
Get Host Count Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8068 136008068
Get Presented Unit List Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8069 136008069
Get Presented Unit Count Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8070 136008070
Free View Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8071 136008071
Storage system shutdown Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8073 136008073
Get Derived Unit List Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8074 136008074
Get Derived Unit Count Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8075 136008075
Get Vdisk list failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8076 136008076
Get Vdisk count failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8077 136008077
Error while building Vdisk root view
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8078 136008078
Error while building host root view
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8079 136008079
Error while building disk group root view
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8080 136008080
Error while building hardware root view
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8081 136008081
Specified time format is incorrect
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8082 136008082
Error creating/opening time synchronization file.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8083 136008083
NSCList reordered.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8084 136008084
NscList mutex Get error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8085 136008085
Storage System is managed by another agent
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8086 136008086
Memory allocation failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8087 136008087
Failed to obtain list of DR Groups
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8088 136008088
Failed to obtain count of DR Groups
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8089 136008089
Failed to build DR Group view
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-8090 136008090
No Devices found on Controller Back End Loops
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9001 136009001
Vdisk File Open Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9002 136009002
Vdisk File Write Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9003 136009003
Vdisk File Read Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9004 136009004
Vdisk name too long
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9005 136009005
Vdisk No String Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9006 136009006
Vdisk No Object Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9007 136009007
Vdisk still exists
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9008 136009008
Vdisk Invalid Value
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9009 136009009
An outstanding command is still in progress for the Vdisk
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9010 136009010
Requested Vdisk size exceeds the available size
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9011 136009011
Vdisk size may be expanded but not reduced
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9012 136009012
Operation on a fast Vdisk deletion completed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9013 136009013
Operation on a fast Vdisk creation completed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9014 136009014
Operation on a fast Vdisk size expansion completed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9015 136009015
Vdisk cache data lost error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9016 136009016
Vdisk data lost error resolved
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9017 136009017
Operation rejected - The Vdisk has a sharing relationship with another object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9018 136009018
Operation on this Vdisk was rejected due to its degraded condition
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9019 136009019
Operation on this Vdisk can only be performed if it is presented to a host
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9020 136009020
Cache policies cannot be modified if Vdisk is presented to a host
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9021 136009021
Allowed property changes successful. (Cache policy changes not allowed while Vdisk is presented to a host.)
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9022 136009022
Requested redundancy type cannot be implemented with the current disk group condition.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9023 136009023
Your Vdisk was created but cannot be presented at this time. It can be presented when it is fully allocated.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9025 136009025
Vdisk device data lost error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9026 136009026
The most significant hex character in a World Wide LUN Name must be a 6.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9027 136009027
Virtual disk cache and inoperative data lost error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9028 136009028
Virtual disk inoperative data lost error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9029 136009029
Virtual disk condition failed because of an inoperative data lost error.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9030 136009030
Vdisk is a snapshot. The following properties cannot be changed: Preferred Path, Requested Size, Write-Back Cache Policy.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9031 136009031
The World Wide LUN Name cannot be changed for a presented Vdisk Active member or snapshot.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9032 136009032
Unknown property, request rejected
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9033 136009033
This Vdisk was deleted as the indirect result of another user command.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9034 136009034
The requested allocation policy cannot be satisfied. A different allocation policy is already in use by another snapshot in the same family.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9035 136009035
The deletion of this Vdisk cannot take place. The original Vdisk that this is being snapcloned from is in a VRaid1 Meltdown state which must first be resolved.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-9036 136009036
Synchronous creation of virtual disk has been aborted due to an internal error. Switching to asynchronous mode to complete the virtual disk creation.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10001 136010001
Storage Object Broker Ready
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10004 136010004
Storage system is not initialized
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10006 136010006
SOB Memory Allocation Failure
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10010 136010010
Your initialized system must have at least one disk group
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10011 136010011
Cannot talk to all available controllers
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10012 136010012
Command rejected - Folder is not empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10013 136010013
Command rejected - Vdisk(s) or a data replication log are contained in this disk group
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10014 136010014
Command rejected - Vdisk(s) are presented to this host
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10015 136010015
Command rejected - This Vdisk has a sharing relationship with another object
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10017 136010017
Command rejected - Number of disk groups will exceed the maximum allowable number
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10018 136010018
Cannot access the password file
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10019 136010019
Enterprise Login - Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10020 136010020
Command rejected - Disks in the group would go below the minimum required number.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10021 136010021
Rediscovery of controllers - Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10022 136010022
Unable to establish communication with controller, check all connections.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10023 136010023
Disk Group Data Lost Error Resolution Sequence 3 - Disk group resolved to normal
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10024 136010024
Disk Group Data Lost Error Resolution Sequence 1 - Failed Vdisks marked for deletion
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10025 136010025
Disk Group Data Lost Error Resolution Sequence 2 - Failed Vdisks deleted
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10026 136010026
Disk Group Data Lost Error Resolution Sequence 3 - Disk group deleted
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10027 136010027
Creating the Vdisk would exceed the maximum allowable Vdisk count
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10028 136010028
Volume insufficient resources
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10029 136010029
Process mutex is locked
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10030 136010030
Invalid URL request type
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10031 136010031
Invalid URL object type
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10035 136010035
The snapshot/Snapclone license cannot be validated. Either the license key has not been entered, or there is a system communication failure.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10036 136010036
A data replication license cannot be validated. Either the license key has not been entered, or there is a system communication failure.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10037 136010037
Object name should not be empty or exceed its maximum length
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10038 136010038
Object comments exceeds maximum length
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10039 136010039
Vdisk does not meet the requirements to be part of a DR group.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10040 136010040
The Eva selected as the Destination for the DR group is invalid. Either it has a DR relationship with another EVA or it is not the same EVA that the source EVA presently has a DR relationship with.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10041 136010041
Cannot group the specified disk device because the disk is already in a disk group.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10042 136010042
Cannot ungroup the specified disk device because the disk is not grouped.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10043 136010043
Object ID provided, or object type, is invalid for the requested operation.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-10044 136010044
Specified remote disk group does not exist.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-11001 136011001
Agent startup complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-11002 136011002
Agent shutdown complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-11003 136011003
Insufficient memory to create a new object, Heap may be full!
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-11004 136011004
Agent Startup Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-12001 136012001
Nsc Manager Interface No controllers Found
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-12002 136012002
Nsc Manager Interface Index Out Of Range
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-12003 136012003
Unable to process command at this time. Retry the command or check all connections.
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-12004 136012004
Nsc Manager Interface Initialization Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-12005 136012005
Nsc Manager Interface Initialization Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-12008 136012008
No Disk Groups Available For Access
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13002 136013002
Notification Mngr Online
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13003 136013003
Notification Mngr Offline
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13004 136013004
NM Startup Complete
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13007 136013007
Notification Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13009 136013009
Notification Failed - Network Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13012 136013012
NM Prev Failed Notification Successfully Notified
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13015 136013015
NM SNMP Packet Failed
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13017 136013017
NM Memory Allocation Error
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13018 136013018
NM StorageCell handle is NULL
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13019 136013019
NM User defined event state file is empty
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-13020 136013020
NM Notification Failed - Notification Matrix is NULL
TRAP-TYPE    

mngmtAgentTrap-14001 136014001
View Already Exists
TRAP-TYPE