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Event code definitions
Product Version: 2.1 Third Edition (January 2005) Part Number: AA-RTDKC-TE This document describes the event codes in notification messages generated by the HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software 2.1. Additional information and other HP OpenView documentation are available at http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/managementappliance.

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Storage Management Appliance software Event code definitions application notes Third Edition (January 2005) Part Number: AA-RTDKC-TE

Event code definitions application notes

About this document

About this document


This document lists and describes the event codes displayed by the HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance. It covers the following topics:

Introduction, page 4 Storage Management Appliance event codes, page 5 Storage Management Appliance audit codes, page 7 NetApp Filer event codes, page 10 HP StorageWorks and McData switch event codes, page 12 HP StorageWorks SAN and Brocade switch event codes, page 14 Cisco MDS switch event codes, page 16 HSG Element Manager event codes, page 27 Command View EVA event codes, page 34

Intended audience
This document is intended for customers using the Storage Management Appliance software 2.1. It has been developed for use by storage and system administrators who are experienced with:

Managing storage area networks (SANs) Running a Storage Management Appliance

Related documentation
Refer to the following documentation for more information about the Storage Management Appliance software:

HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software update installation card HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software user guide HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software release notes HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software online help

Additional documentation, including white papers and best-practices documents, is available from the HP website at http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/managementappliance/documentation.html.

Event code definitions application notes

Introduction

Introduction
The Storage Management Appliance can generate notification messages to any number of users in response to events. A notification message, which includes the source of the event, date, time, event code, and event description, can be sent to a standard e-mail address or to an e-mail pager address. This document provides a list of the events logged by the Storage Management Appliance. The events are presented in tables, with one table for each application or vendor. Each table contains the following columns:

Event IDNumeric code that identifies the event specific to the events source. Event CodeHexadecimal code that identifies an event type in notification messages and in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log or Audit Log. SeveritySingle-digit code indicating the event severity or potential impact on Storage Management Appliance operations. (See Table 1 for more information.) DescriptionText describing the event. Event details are provided by the source of the event. In this document, event details are expressed as %1, %2, and so on.

Table 1 describes the event severity codes.


Table 1: Event Severity Codes Event Severity Code 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Name Unknown Other Information Warning Minor Major Critical Fatal Description Severity cannot be determined. Can be one of several possible severity conditions. Refer to the event code description for details. Event is generally part of normal operation. Further action is optional. Further action is required but the situation is not considered serious. Action should be taken immediately. Action required to avoid a significant impact on operations. An error occurred and no action can be taken to avoid or mitigate the immediate impact.

Event code definitions application notes

Storage Management Appliance event codes

Storage Management Appliance event codes


The Storage Management Appliances core servicesdiscovery, event notification, and automationgenerate the events listed in Table 2. The system records these events in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log.
Table 2: Storage Management Appliance Event Codes Event ID
202 203 204 205 206 408 700 701 702 703 704 800 801 802

Event Code
880A00CA 880A00CB 880A00CC 880A00CD 880A00CE 880A0198 880A02BC 880A02BD 880A02BE 880A02BF 880A02C0 880A0320 880A0321 880A0322

Severity
2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 6 3 6 7 7 2 Discovery %1 started.

Description
Discovery %1 completed. New device found: %1. Device %1 unreachable for %2 day(s). Device %1 unreachable for %2 week(s). Notification for user %1 has been disabled. This user was the sole recipient of event notifications from %2. Received a SNMP Trap from %1. The enterprise OID is %2, GenericTrap is %3, SpecificTrap is %4. The Management Appliance event log is 80% full. The Management Appliance event log is full. The Management Appliance audit log is 80% full. The Management Appliance audit log is full. Automation Manager experienced the following abnormal operation: %1. Automation Manager experienced the following database failure: %1. Event process %1 ran in policy %2 on Management Appliance %3 completed with state %4. Process started on %5 and ended on %6 with %7 return code. Policy finished with status: %8. Event process %1 ran in policy %2 triggered on an event %3 logged by %4. Event process %1 ran in policy %2 on Management Appliance %3 completed with state %4. Process started on %5 and ended on %6 with %7 return code. Policy finished with status: %8. Action process %1 ran in policy %2 on Management Appliance %3 completed with state %4. Process started on %5 and ended on %6 with %7 return code. Policy finished with status: %8. Action process %1 ran in policy %2 on Management Appliance %3 completed with state %4. Process started on %5 and ended on %6 with %7 return code. Policy finished with status: %8. %1 policy has been submitted successfully. Event process %1 in policy %2 was satisfied when the %3 value of enterprise OID %4 was received in a SNMP Trap. %1 service started.

803 804

880A0323 880A0324

2 3

805

880A0325

806

880A0326

807 808 1014

880A0327 880A0328 880A03F6

2 2 2

Event code definitions application notes

Storage Management Appliance event codes

Table 2: Storage Management Appliance Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


1015 1016 1017

Event Code
880A03F7 880A03F8 880A03F9

Severity
2 2 2 %1 service stopped.

Description
%1 service: Handler not installed. %1 service: Bad service request.

Event code definitions application notes

Storage Management Appliance audit codes

Storage Management Appliance audit codes


The Storage Management Appliance generates audits in response to most user-initiated activities. Activities such as creating or running a discovery generate audits that are recorded in the Storage Management Appliance Audit Log. Table 3 describes the Storage Management Appliance audit codes.
Table 3: Storage Management Appliance Audit Codes Event ID
100 101 150 151 152 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 400 401 402 403 404 405 406

Event Code
8C0A0064 8C0A0065 8C0A0096 8C0A0097 8C0A0098 8C0A00CF 8C0A00D0 8C0A00D1 8C0A00D2 8C0A00D3 8C0A00D4 8C0A00D5 8C0A012C 8C0A012D 8C0A012E 8C0A012F 8C0A0130 8C0A0131 8C0A0132 8C0A0133 8C0A0134 8C0A0135 8C0A0136 8C0A0137 8C0A0138 8C0A0190 8C0A0191 8C0A0192 8C0A0193 8C0A0194 8C0A0195 8C0A0196

Severity
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Description
Installation of %1 on appliance %2. Removal of %1 from appliance %2. Deletion of %1 device. Launch of %1 URL. Modification of %1 device. Creation of discovery named %1. Deletion of discovery named %1. Modification of discovery named %1. Enabling of schedule for discovery named %1. Disabling of schedule for discovery named %1. Discovery named %1 requested to start. Discovery named %1 requested to stop. Creation of remote access entry for Host: %1, Application: %2, Domain Name: %3, Username: %4. Modification of remote access entry for Host: %1, Application: %2, Domain Name: %3, Username: %4. Deletion of remote access entry for Host: %1, Application: %2, Domain Name: %3, Username: %4. Modification of %1 license. Creation of %1 license. Deletion of %1 license. Modification of %1 license. Download of %1 license. Clearing of %1 license. Download of event log. Clearing of event log. Modification of event log properties. Acknowledgement of events in the event log. Deletion of user %1. Importing of user %1. Creation of user %1. Changing password for user %1. Modification of user %1 properties. Modification of user %1 notification properties for the following devices: %2. Transfer of user %1 notification settings to user %2.

Event code definitions application notes

Storage Management Appliance audit codes

Table 3: Storage Management Appliance Audit Codes (Continued) Event ID


407 500 501

Event Code
8C0A0197 8C0A01F4 8C0A01F5

Severity
2 2 2

Description
Deletion of notification settings from user %1 and transferred to user %2. Starting backup to network share %1. Completion of backup operation that was started to network share %1. See %2 file on Management Appliance %3 for details. Cancellation of backup operation that was started to network share %1. See %2 file on Management Appliance %3 for details. Starting restore operation from network share %1. Completion of restore operation that was started to network share %1. See %2 file on Management Appliance %3 for details. Cancellation of restore operation that was started from network share %1. See %2 file on Management Appliance %3 for details. Clearing of backup log %1. Clearing of restore log %1. Clearing of notification log %1. Starting %1. Stopping %1. Changing date/time to %1. Changing time zone to %1. Modification of SNTP time server - Enabled: %1, Server:%2, Frequency:%3. Launching of HSV element manager. Launching of HSG Element Manager. Launching of VersaStor. Launching of Automation. Launching of Management Agents. Launching of Network View. Launching of Secure Path Manager. Launching of Continuous Access. Launching of Business Copy. Launching of Storage Allocation Reporter. Launching of Storage Provisioner. Modification of IP address configuration. Modification of DNS server configuration. Modification of WINS server configuration. Modification of Administration Web Site properties. Modification of Global Network settings. Modification of Telnet Administration configuration. Changing Management Appliance name to %1.

502

8C0A01F6

600 601

8C0A0258 8C0A0259

2 2

602

8C0A025A

603 604 605 900 901 904 905 906 950 951 952 953 954 960 961 962 963 964 965 970 971 972 980 981 982 1000

8C0A025B 8C0A025C 8C0A025D 8C0A0384 8C0A0385 8C0A0388 8C0A0389 8C0A038A 8C0A03B6 8C0A03B7 8C0A03B8 8C0A03B9 8C0A03BA 8C0A03C0 8C0A03C1 8C0A03C2 8C0A03C3 8C0A03C4 8C0A03C5 8C0A03CA 8C0A03CB 8C0A03CC 8C0A03D4 8C0A03D5 8C0A03D6 8C0A03E8

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Event code definitions application notes

Storage Management Appliance audit codes

Table 3: Storage Management Appliance Audit Codes (Continued) Event ID


1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1010

Event Code
8C0A03E9 8C0A03EA 8C0A03EB 8C0A03EC 8C0A03ED 8C0A03EE 8C0A03F2

Severity
2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Description
Changing Management Appliance membership to workgroup %1. Changing Management Appliance membership to domain %1. Shutdown of Management Appliance. Changing domain/workgroup membership. Restarting Management Appliance. Scheduling Management Appliance for %1. Configuration of Management Appliance as the first domain controller in the new forest, %1. The new domain name is %2. Configuration of Management Appliance as the first domain controller in a new domain tree. The name of the new domain is %1 and has trust link with %2. Configuration of Management Appliance as the first domain controller in a new domain. The name of the new domain is %1 and is created in %2 domain. Configuration of Management Appliance as an additional domain controller for the domain %1. Modification of notification properties for event code %1 on %2. Configuration of notification for the following devices: %1. Clearing of notification settings for the following devices: %1. Download of audit log. Clearing of audit log. Modification of audit log properties. Acknowledgement of audits in the audit log. Trap recipient %1 added. Trap recipient %1 removed. SNMP properties modified. Setting SMTP server to %1. Logging in of user. Logging out of user. Locate appliance ON. Locate appliance OFF. Legal notice modified. Test email sent to %1. Test trap sent to %1. Importing of group %1. Unimporting of group %1. Modification of group %1 properties.

1011

8C0A03F3

1012

8C0A03F4

1013 1020 1021 1022 1030 1031 1032 1033 1040 1041 1042 1050 1055 1056 1057 1058 1059 1060 1061 1062 1063 1064

8C0A03F5 8C0A03FC 8C0A03FD 8C0A03FE 8C0A0406 8C0A0407 8C0A0408 8C0A0409 8C0A0410 8C0A0411 8C0A0412 8C0A041A 8C0A041F 8C0A0420 8C0A0421 8C0A0422 8C0A0423 8C0A0424 8C0A0425 8C0A0426 8C0A0427 8C0A0428

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Event code definitions application notes

NetApp Filer event codes

NetApp Filer event codes


Table 4 describes the events generated by NetApp Filer devices. These events are recorded in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log. Several of the events are associated with user-defined traps, and most indicate a condition that will likely have a negative impact on operations. A small number of events indicate a return to normal operation after a period of abnormal operation. The Storage Management Appliance supports NetApp MIB version 1.2.
Table 4: NetApp Filer Event Codes Event ID
100 101 102 103 104

Event Code
880E0064 880E0065 880E0066 880E0067 880E0068

Severity
2 3 5 4 7

Description
An unknown trap event was received. A polling-style trap built by the user using the SNMP traps command on the filer. Disk Health Monitor reported a Disk Degraded-I/O Event. Disk Health Monitor reported a Disk Predictive-Failure Event. A user-defined trap indicating an extremely urgent situation, usually indicating that the system has failed and is shutting down. A user-defined trap indicating a condition that should be corrected immediately, such as a failed disk. A user-defined trap indicating a critical condition, such as a hard device error. A user-defined trap indicating an error condition, such as a mistake in a configuration file. A user-defined trap indicating a condition which is not an error, but which may require special handling. A user-defined trap meant to provide information, such as an hourly uptime message. A user-defined trap used for debugging purposes. System is shutting down because the system has been running in degraded mode for 24 hours. One or more disks failed. The failed disks have been repaired. Critical chassis or cpu fans have failed and the system is shutting down. One or more chassis fans failed. One or more chassis or cpu fans are in warning state. All fans are repaired. Critical power supplies or power rails failed and the system is shutting down. One or more redundant power supplies failed. One or more power supplies or power rails in warning state. Previously-failed power supplies or power rails have been repaired. CPU utilization exceeds 90 percent.

105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122

880E0069 880E006A 880E006B 880E006C 880E006D 880E006E 880E006F 880E0070 880E0071 880E0072 880E0073 880E0074 880E0075 880E0076 880E0077 880E0078 880E0079 880E007A

5 6 5 4 2 1 7 5 2 7 5 3 2 7 5 3 2 4

10

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NetApp Filer event codes

Table 4: NetApp Filer Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135

Event Code
880E007B 880E007C 880E007D 880E007E 880E007F 880E0080 880E0081 880E0082 880E0083 880E0084 880E0085 880E0086 880E0087

Severity
2 5 4 5 5 2 5 4 2 7 4 2 5

Description
CPU utilization has dropped back below 90 percent. The NVRAM battery is fully discharged. The charge in the NVRAM battery is low. A node in a Cluster FailOver configuration failed. Its partner will assume service for the failed node. The partner has taken over for a failed cluster node. A cluster node has resumed operation. At least one volume is more than 98 percent full. At least one volume is more than 95 percent full. All volumes are now under 95 percent full. System temperature is too high to continue operating. The system is shutting down. System temperature is too high and in the warning level. System temperature has returned to an acceptable value. A disk storage shelf reported a fault, probably due to a problem with drive placement, fans, power, or temperature. A previously-reported shelf fault is now corrected. The appliances overall status changed to nonRecoverable, indicating a problem so severe that the appliance is shutting down. The appliances overall status changed to critical, indicating a problem that needs immediate attention. The appliances overall status changed to nonCritical, indicating a problem that needs attention. The appliances overall status returned to normal. Cold Start. Warm Start. Link Down: %1. Link Up: %1. Authorization failure. EGP Peer down: %1.

136 137

880E0088 880E0089

2 7

138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146

880E008A 880E008B 880E008C 880E008D 880E008E 880E008F 880E0090 880E0091 880e0092

6 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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HP StorageWorks and McData switch event codes

HP StorageWorks and McData switch event codes


Table 5 describes events generated by HP StorageWorks switches and McData switches. These events are recorded in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log. Many of the events have several possible states, and each state has an associated severity code. The Storage Management Appliance supports the following StorageWorks and McData MIB versions:

1.9 for the ED-5000 series 1.10 for the EF-6000 series 1.0 for the ES-1000 series
Event ID Event Code
880C0064 880C0065

Table 5: HP StorageWorks and McData Switch Event Codes Possible States


N/A online offline testing faulty unknown online offline testing faulty unknown active updatebusy failed unknown online offline testing faulty unknown active backup updatebusy failed unknown online offline testing faulty unknown active backup updatebusy failed unknown

Severity
2 2 5 2 7 0 2 5 2 7 0 2 2 7 0 2 5 2 7 0 2 3 2 7 0 2 5 2 7 0 2 3 2 7 0

Description
An unknown trap event was received. B_Port Index %2 changed state to %1.%n. A es1000PortBportScn is generated whenever a B_Port changes its operational state. H_Port Index %2 changed state to %1.%n. A es1000PortHportScn is generated whenever a H_Port changes its operational state. Component Code %2 has changed state to %1.%n. A es1000CompScn is generated whenever a COMPONENT status changes its operational state. Port Index %2 changed state to %1.%n An ed5000PortScn(1) is generated whenever a Fc_Port changes its operational state. FRU Code %2 has changed state to %1.%n. An ed5000FruScn(2) is generated whenever a FRU status changes its operational state. Port Index %2 changed state to %1.%n. An ef6000PortScn(1) is generated whenever a Fc_Port changes its operational state. FRU Code %2 has changed state to %1.%n. An ef6000FruScn(2) is generated whenever a FRU status changes its operational state.

100 101

102

880C0066

103

880C0067

104

880C0068

105

880C0069

106

880C006A

107

880C006B

12

Event code definitions application notes

HP StorageWorks and McData switch event codes

Table 5: HP StorageWorks and McData Switch Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


108

Event Code
880C006C

Possible States
N/A

Severity
2

Description
Device WWN: %1 currently attached to Port %2 has either successfully connected or is currently being rejected due to a Port Binding violation.%n. An ef6000PortBindingViolation(3) is generated whenever the switch detects that a port binding violation occurs. Threshold Alert.%n ef6000PortIndex: %1%n ef6000TAIndex: %2%n An ef6000ThresholdAlert(4) is generated whenever a threshold alert occurs. Cold Start. Warm Start. Link Down: %1. Link Up: %1. Authorization failure. EGP Peer down: %1.

109

880C006D

N/A

113 115 117 119 121 123

880C0071 880C0073 880C0075 880C0077 880C0079 880C007B

informational informational warning informational warning warning

2 2 3 2 3 3

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HP StorageWorks SAN and Brocade switch event codes

HP StorageWorks SAN and Brocade switch event codes


Table 6 describes the events generated by HP StorageWorks SAN switches and Brocade switches. These events are recorded in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log. Many of these events have several possible states, and each state has an associated severity code. The Storage Management Appliance supports the StorageWorks SAN and Brocade MIB version 4.0.
Table 6: StorageWorks SAN and Brocade Switch Event Codes Event ID
100 101

Event Code
88020064 88020065

Possible States
informational ok faulty unknown

Severity
2 2 5 0

Description
An unknown trap event was received. Switch is faulty. Faulty reason: %1%n SSN: %2%n GroupName: %3%n GroupType: %4%n Group MemPosition: %5%n A swFault(1) is generated whenever the diagnostics detects a fault with the switch. %5 is currently in state %1%n. SSN: %7%n GroupName: %3%n GroupType: %8%n Group MemPosition: %9%n A swSensorScn(2) is generated whenever an environment sensor changes its operational state. For instance, a fan stops working. The VarBind in the Trap Data Unit shall contain the corresponding instance of the sensor status, sensor index, sensor type, sensor value (reading) and sensor information. Note that the sensor information contains the type of sensor and its number in textual format. Port Index %2 changed state to %1%n. SSN: %3%n GroupName: %3%n GroupType: %5%n Group MemPosition: %6%n A swFCPortScn(3) is generated whenever an FC_Port changes its operational state. For instance, the FC_Port goes from on-line to offline. The VarBind in the Trap Data Unit shall contain the corresponding instance of the FC_Port's operational status and index.

103

88020067

unknown faulty below minimum normal above maximum absent

0 5 7 2 5 2

105

88020069

unknown online offline testing faulty

0 2 5 2 7

14

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HP StorageWorks SAN and Brocade switch event codes

Table 6: StorageWorks SAN and Brocade Switch Event Codes (Continued) Event ID
107

Event Code
8802006B

Possible States
critical error warning informational debug

Severity
5 5 3 2 2

Description
Event %1: %2 (severity level %3) - %5%n SSN: %6%n GroupName: %7%n GroupType: %8%n GroupMemPosition: %9%n This trap is generated when an event whose level at or below swEventTrapLevel occurs. Fabric Watch has generated an event. %n. Threshold %3 in Class/Area %1 at index %2 has generated event %7 with %5 on %6.%n. This event is %8%n. SSN: %9%n GroupName: %10%n GroupType: %11%n GroupMemPosition: %12%n Trap sent by Fabric Watch to notify of an event. A track change has generated a trap. %1%n. SSN: %2 GroupName: %3 GroupType: %4 GroupMemPosition: %5%n Trap sent for tracking login/logout/config changes. Cold Start. Warm Start. Link Down: %1. Link Up: %1. Authorization failure. EGP Peer down: %1.

109

8802006D

informational normal faulty

2 2 7

111

8802006F

informational

113 115 117 119 121 123

88020071 88020073 88020075 88020077 88020079 8802007B

informational informational warning informational informational informational

2 2 3 2 3 3

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Cisco MDS switch event codes

Cisco MDS switch event codes


Table 7 describes events generated by Cisco switches. These events are recorded in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log. Many of the events have several possible states, and each state has an associated severity code. The Storage Management Appliance (SMA) supports the following Cisco MDS Switches:

Cisco MDS 9509 Cisco MDS 9506 Cisco MDS 9216 Cisco MDS 9216A Cisco MDS 9216i Cisco MDS 9120 Cisco MDS 9140 CISCO-CONFIG-COPY-MIB: Copy features and support CISCO-DM-MIB: Domain Management functions CISCO-ENTITY-FRU-CONTROL-MIB: FRU support MIB CISCO-ENTITY-SENSOR-MIB: Sensor support MIB CISCO-EXT-SCSI-MIB: Extensions to the SCSI MIB CISCO-FC-FE-MIB: Fibre Element management CISCO-FCPING-MIB: Fibre Channel Ping management CISCO-FCS-MIB: Fabric Configuration Server (FCS) management CISCO-FCTRACEROUTE-MIB: Fibre Channel Trace Route functions CISCO-FLASH-MIB: Flash functions and support CISCO-FSPF-MIB: Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF) functions CISCO-HC-ALARM-MIB: High Capacity Alarm management CISCO-ISCSI-MIB: iSCSI MIB CISCO-NS-MIB: Name Server management CISCO-RF-MIB: Redundancy Framework support CISCO-RSCN-MIB: Registered State Change Notification (RSCN) management CISCO-SCSI-MIB: Cisco version of the SCSI support MIB CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB: System log configuration CISCO-SYSTEM-EXT-MIB: System Extension MIB CISCO-SYSTEM-MIB: System MIB CISCO-VIRTUAL-NW-IF-MIB: Virtual Network Interface Management CISCO-VSAN-MIB: VSAN parameters CISCO-WWNMGR-MIB: World Wide Name (WWN) Manager functions CISCO-ZS-MIB: Zoning Server functions

The Storage Management Appliance supports the following Cisco MDS 9000 Family MIBs:

16

Event code definitions application notes

Cisco MDS switch event codes

Note: You should install HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software 2.1 Service Pack 2 if you have Cisco MDS 9000 Series Multilayer SAN switches in your SAN and would like to manage their events using the Storage Management Appliance software 2.1 event notification system. For more information, go to the following URL: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/softwaredrivers/managementappliance/v21-sp2.html. Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID
1

Event Code
880D0001 2

Severity

Description
ccCopyServerAddress: %1 ccCopyFileName: %2 ccCopyState: %3 ccCopyTimeStarted: %4 ccCopyTimeCompleted: %5 ccCopyFailCause: %6 A ccCopyCompletion trap is sent at the completion of a config-copy request. The ccCopyFailCause is not instantiated, and hence not included in a trap, when the ccCopyState is success vsanIndex of the VSAN on which the condition happened: %1 cffFcFeElementName: %2 If a Domain ID is not configured or assigned on a VSAN, then the switch may isolate E_ports on that VSAN. The conditions are: - If the Domain Manager is enabled on the local switch and its request for a configured static Domain ID is rejected or no other Domain ID is assigned, then the E_ports are isolated. - If the domain manager is not enabled and if a static Domain ID is not configured on the VSAN, then the switch will isolate all of its E_ports on the VSAN. vsanIndex of the VSAN on which the switch became the Principal Switch: %1 WWN of the switch which became the Principal Switch: %2 This notification indicates that the sending switch has become the new Principal Switch on a VSAN. This notification is sent soon after its election as the new Principal Switch, i.e., upon expiration of a Principal Switch selection timer which is equal to twice Fabric Stability Timeout value (F_S_TOV).

880D0002

880D0003

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Cisco MDS switch event codes

Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


4

Event Code
880D0004 2

Severity

Description
vsanIndex of the VSAN: %1 This notification is sent whenever a switch sends or receives a Build Fabric (BF) or a ReConfigure Fabric (RCF) message on a VSAN. A switch can receive or issue a BuildFabric (BF) or a ReConfigureFabric (RCF) message under following conditions: - A new link causes two disjoint fabrics in a VSAN to merge into one fabric. The sent/received message is BF if the Domain ID lists on the disjoint fabric does not overlap and it is RCF if they overlap. - An upsteam principal ISL which connects to Principal switch and other switches in a VSAN fails. BF is issued to see if there is an alternative path to the Principal Switch. If not paths exit, then an RCF is issued. - A switch asks for a different set of Domain IDs than the currently assigned list, the Principal switch would issue an RCF. cefcModuleOperStatus: %1 cefcModuleStatusLastChangeTime: %2 This notification is generated when the value of cefcModuleOperStatus changes. It can be utilized by an NMS to update the status of the module it is managing. cefcFRUPowerOperStatus: %1 cefcFRUPowerAdminStatus: %2 This notification is generated when the value of cefcModuleOperStatus changes. It can be utilized by an NMS to update the status of the module it is managing. entPhysicalContainedIn: %1 The cecfFRUInserted notification indicates that a FRU was inserted. The varbind for this notification indicates the entPhysicalIndex of the inserted FRU, and the entPhysicalIndex of the FRU's container. entPhysicalContainedIn: %1 The cefcFRURemoved notification indicates that a FRU was removed. The varbind for this notification indicates the entPhysicalIndex of the removed FRU, and the entPhysicalIndex of the FRU's container.

880D0005

880D0006

880D0007

880D0008

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Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


9

Event Code
880D0009 2

Severity

Description
entPhysicalClass: %1 entPhysicalVendorType: %2 entPhysicalName: %3 entPhysicalModelName: %4 cefcPhysicalStatus: %5 The cefcUnrecognizedFRU notification indicates that a FRU was inserted whose product ID is not supported. The varbind for this notification indicates the entPhysicalIndex of the inserted FRU, the entPhysicalClass this FRU belongs to, the entPhysicalVendorType of this FRU, the entPhysicalName of the FRU, the entPhysicalModelName of the inserted FRU, and the cefcPhysicalStatus telling the reason code for sending this notification. cefcFanTrayOperStatus: %1 This notification is generated when the value of cefcModuleOperStatus changes. entSensorThresholdValue: %1 entSensorValue: %2 The sensor value crossed the threshold listed in entSensorThresholdTable. This notification is generated once each time the sensor value crosses the threshold. The agent implementation guarantees prompt, timely evaluation of threshold and generation of this notification. ciscoExtScsiLunDiscStatus: %1 This notification is generated whenever a Lun discovery cycle is completed. fcTrunkIfOperStatus: %1 fcTrunkIfOperStatusCause: %2 fcTrunkIfOperStatusCauseDescr: %3 This notification is generated by the agent whenever the fcTrunkifOperStatus object for this trunk interface is about to enter the down state from some other state. This other state is indicated by the included value of fcTrunkifOperStatus. fcTrunkIfOperStatus: %1 fcTrunkIfOperStatusCause: %2 fcTrunkIfOperStatusCauseDescr: %3 This notification is generated by the agent whenever the fcTrunkifOperStatus object for one of its trunk interfaces has left the down state and transitioned into some other state. This other state is indicated by the included value of fcTrunkifOperStatus. fcIfElpNbrNodeName: %1 fcIfElpNbrPortName: %2 fcIfElpRejectReasonCode: %3 fcIfElpRejectReasonCodeExpl: %4 This notification is generated by the agent whenever this interface received a ELP request and rejected it.

10

880D000A

11

880D000B

12

880D000C

13

880D000D

14

880D000E

15

880D000F

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Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


16

Event Code
880D0010 2

Severity

Description
fcPingAddress: %1 fcPingTxPackets: %2 fcPingRxPackets: %3 This notification is generated whenever a sequence of pings is complete and the corresponding instance of fcPingTrapOnCompletion object has been set to 'true'. fcsRejReasonCode: %1 fcsRejReasonCodeExplanation: %2 This notification is generated by the Fabric Configuration Server on this switch whenever it rejects a Fabric Configuration Server request. The Fabric Configuration Server should update the fcsRejReasonCode and fcsRejReasonCodeExplanation objects with the corresponding reason code and reason code explanation before sending the notification. fcsVsanDiscoveryName: %1 This notification is generated by the Fabric Configuration Server when a discovery cycle specified by fcsVsanDiscoveryList2k, fcsVsanDiscoveryList4k and fcsVsanDiscoveryName is completed. fcTraceRouteTargetAddr: %1 fcTraceRouteOperStatus: %2 This notification is generated whenever a trace route test is completed and the corresponding instance of fcTraceRouteTrapOnCompletion is set to 'true'.The agent is encouraged to append, at the end of this notification's varbindlist, one varbind for each hop of the traced route. Each such appended varbind would contain an instance of fcTraceRouteHopsHopAddr object. If the number of varbinds required would cause the notification to approach it's maximum size, the number of instances of fcTraceRouteHopsHopAddr will be truncated suitably." ciscoFlashCopyStatus: %1 A ciscoFlashCopyCompletionTrap is sent at the completion of a flash copy operation if such a trap was requested when the operation was initiated. ciscoFlashPartitioningStatus: %1 A ciscoFlashPartitioningCompletionTrap is sent at the completion of a partitioning operation if such a trap was requested when the operation was initiated. ciscoFlashMiscOpStatus: %1 A ciscoFlashPartitioningCompletionTrap is sent at the completion of a partitioning operation if such a trap was requested when the operation was initiated.

17

880D0011

18

880D0012

19

880D0013

20

880D0014

21

880D0015

22

880D0016

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Cisco MDS switch event codes

Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


23

Event Code
880D0017 2

Severity

Description
ciscoFlashDeviceIndex: %1 A ciscoFlashPartitioningCompletionTrap is sent at the completion of a partitioning operation if such a trap was requested when the operation was initiated. ifIndex: %1 notifyVsanIndex: %2 fspfDomainId: %3 fspfIfNbrDomainId: %4 fspfIfNbrState: %5 fspfIfPrevNbrState: %6 This notification signifies that there has been a change in the state of FSPF neighbors. This is generated when the FSPF state regresses (e.g., goes from Full to init or Down) or progresses (e.g., from any state to Full) to a terminal state. The value of 'fspfIfNbrState' is the state of the neighbor after the change. cHcAlarmVariable: %1 cHcAlarmSampleType: %2 cHcAlarmAbsValue: %3 cHcAlarmValueStatus: %4 cHcAlarmRisingThreshAbsValueLo: %5 cHcAlarmRisingThreshAbsValueHi: %6 cHcAlarmRisingThresholdValStatus: %7 cHcAlarmRisingEventIndex: %8 The SNMP notification that is generated when a high capacity alarm entry crosses its rising threshold and generates an event that is configured for sending SNMP traps.The cHcAlarmEntry object instances identified in the OBJECTS clause are from the entry that causes this notification to be generated. cHcAlarmVariable: %1 cHcAlarmSampleType: %2 cHcAlarmAbsValue: %3 cHcAlarmValueStatus: %4 cHcAlarmFallingThreshAbsValueLo: %5 cHcAlarmFallingThreshAbsValueHi: %6 cHcAlarmFallingThrsholdValStatus: %7 cHcAlarmFallingEventIndex: %8 The SNMP notification that is generated when a high capacity alarm entry crosses its falling threshold and generates an event that is configured for sending SNMP traps.The cHcAlarmEntry object instances identified in the OBJECTS clause are from the entry that causes this notification to be generated.

24

880D0018

25

880D0019

26

880D001A

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Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


27

Event Code
880D001B 2

Severity

Description
cIscsiIntrLoginFailures: %1 cIscsiIntrLastFailureType: %2 cIscsiIntrLastTgtFailureName: %3 cIscsiIntrLastTgtFailureAddrType: %4 cIscsiIntrLastTgtFailureAddr: %5 This trap is sent when a login is failed by a initiator.The implementation of this trap should not send more than 3 notifications of this type in any 10 second time span. cIscsiInstSsnFailures: %1 cIscsiInstLastSsnFailureType: %2 cIscsiInstLastSsnRmtNodeName: %3 Sent when an active session is failed by either the initiator or the target.The implementation of this trap should not send more than 3 notifications of this type in any 10 second time span. fcNameServerPortName: %1 fcNameServerRejectReasonCode: %2 fcNameServerRejReasonCodeExp: %3 This notification is generated by the Name Server whenever it rejects a registration request. The Name Server should update the 'fcNameServerRejectReasonCode' and 'fcNameServerRejReasonCodeExp' objects with the corresponding reason code and reason code explanation before sending the notification. These two objects are also included along with the notification to provide the reason for the reject. notifyVsanIndex: %1 This notification is generated by the Name Server when the Name Server cannot allocate space for a new entry. cRFStatusUnitId: %1 sysUpTime: %2 cRFStatusLastSwactReasonCode %3 A SWACT notification is sent by the newly active redundant unit whenever a switch of activity occurs. In the case where a SWACT event may be indistinguishable from a reset event, a network management station should use this notification todifferentiate the activity.sysUpTime is the same sysUpTime defined in the RFC-1213 MIB. cRFStatusUnitId: %1 cRFStatusUnitState: %2 cRFStatusPeerUnitId: %3 cRFStatusPeerUnitState: %4 A progression notification is sent by the active redundant unit whenever its RF state changes or the RF state of the peer unit changes.To avOID a flurry of notifications for all state transitions, notifications will only be sent for transitions to the following RF states: standbyCold, standbyHot, active, activeExtraload.

28

880D001C

29

880D001D

30

880D001E

31

880D001F

32

880D0020

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Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


33

Event Code
880D0021 2

Severity

Description
rscnElsRejReasonCode: %1 rscnNotifyFcId: %2 This notification is generated by the RSCN module on this switch whenever it rejects a SCR or RSCN request.The RSCN module should update the rscnElsRejReasonCode object with the corresponding reason code before sending the notification. The rscnScrFcId object indicates the FC-ID of the sender of the request that was rejected. rscnIlsRejReasonCode: %1 rscnNotifyFcId: %2 This notification is generated by the RSCN module on this switch whenever it rejects a SW_RSCN request.The RSCN module should update the rscnIlsRejReasonCode object with the corresponding reason code before sending the notification.The rscnScrFcId object contains the FC-ID of the sender of the request that was rejected. ciscoScsiTgtDeviceStatus: %1 A notification will be generated for each occurrence of the abnormal status (e.g., if the SCSI target device's current status is abnormal) providing that the SCSI instance's value of ciscoScsiInstNotifEnable is enabled. An SNMP agent implementing the SCSI MIB should not send more than three SCSI identical notifications in any 10-second period. ciscoScsiLuStatus: %1 A notification will be generated each time that ciscoScsiLuStatus will change providing that the SCSI instance's value of ciscoScsiInstScsiNotificationsEnable is enabled.An SNMP agent implementing the SCSI MIB should not send more than three SCSI identical notifications in any 10-second period. clogHistFacility: %1 clogHistSeverity: %2 clogHistMsgName: %3 clogHistMsgText: %4 clogHistTimestamp: %5 When a syslog message is generated by the device a clogMessageGenerated notification is sent. The sending of these notifications can be enabled/disabled via the clogNotificationsEnabled object. cseHaRestartReason: %1 cseHaRestartService: %2 cseHaRestartStateless: %3 A service restart notification is generated whenever a service (or a process) on the 'active' supervisor is restarted.

34

880D0022

35

880D0023

36

880D0024

37

880D0025

38

880D0026

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Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


39

Event Code
880D0027 2

Severity

Description
csyClockDateAndTime: %1 A clock changed notification is generated when the current local date and time for the system has been manually changed. The value of csyClockDateAndTime reflects new date and time. virtualNwIfIndex: %1 ifName: %2 This notification is generated by the agent whenever an virtual interface is created in the, 'virtualNwIfTable'. Note that this notification is generated only when a new entry is added to the table and not for any modifications to an existing entry. virtualNwIfIndex: %1 This notification is generated by the agent whenever an virtual interface is deleted from the 'virtualNwIfTable'. notifyVsanIndex: %1 vsanAdminState: %2 vsanOperState: %3 A state change notification is generated whenever vsanOperState is changed. The index and both states of the VSAN after the change, are included as variables in the notification. wwnmType1AvailableWwns: %1 A WWN shortage notification is generated whenever the number of available Type 1 WWNs 'wwnmType1AvailableWwns' reduces to either 20% or 10% or 0% of the maximum number of Type 1 WWNs 'wwnmType1MaxWwns'. After a shortage event is generated for a threshhold (say 20%), another such event will not be generated until after an availability event (see wwnmType1WwnAvailableNotify) is generated for the same threshold. wwnmType1AvailableWwns: %1 An availability notification is generated whenever the number of available Type 1 WWNs (wwnmType1AvailableWwns) increases to either 25% or 15% or 5% of the maximum number of Type 1 WWNs (wwnmType1MaxWwns) after a wwnmType1WwnShortageNotify notification has been generated for either 20% or 10% or 5% respectively.

40

880D0028

41

880D0029

42

880D002A

43

880D002B

44

880D002C

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Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


45

Event Code
880D002D 2

Severity

Description
wwnmTypeOtherAvailableWwns: %1 A WWN shortage notification is generated whenever the number of available Type Other WWNs 'wwnmTypeOtherAvailableWwns' reduces to either 20% or 10% or 0% of the maximum number of Type Other WWNs 'wwnmTypeOtherMaxWwns'.After a shortage event is generated for a threshhold (say 20%), another such event will not be generated until after an availability event (see wwnmType1WwnAvailableNotify) is generated for the same threshold. wwnmTypeOtherAvailableWwns: %1 An availability notification is generated whenever the number of available Type Other WWNs (wwnmTypeOtherAvailableWwns) increases to either 25% or 15% or 5% of the maximum number of Type Other WWNs (wwnmTypeOtherMaxWwns) after a wwnmTypeOtherWwnShortageNotify notification has been generated for either 20% or 10% or 5% respectively. zoneMemberFormat: %1 zoneMemberID: %2 zoneServiceRejReasonCode: %3 zoneServiceRejReasonCodeExp: %4 This notification is generated whenever the local Zone Server rejects a registration request. The Zone Server should update the zoneServiceRejReasonCode and zoneServiceRejReason-CodeExp objects with the corresponding reason code and reason code explanation before sending the notification.The zoneMemberType and zoneMemberID identify the source of the request. zifIndex: %1 zoneMergeFailureVSANNum: %2 This notification is generated whenever there is a zone merge failure.If all VSANs on a link have a zone-merge failure at the same time, then just one notification is generated in which zoneMergeFailureVSANNum object has a zero value.

46

880D002E

47

880D002F

48

880D0030

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Table 7: Cisco MDS Switch Event Codes Event ID


49

Event Code
880D0031 2

Severity

Description
zifIndex: %1 zoneMergeSuccessVSANNum: %2 This notification is generated whenever a zone merge happens successfully.If all VSANs on a link have a zone-merge success at the same time, then just one notification is generated in which zoneMergeSuccessVSANNum object has a zero value. zoneDefaultZoneBehaviour: %1 An authenticationFailure trap signifies that the SNMPv2 entity, acting in an agent role, has received a protocol message that is not properly authenticated. While all implementations of the SNMPv2 must be capable of generating this trap, the snmpEnableAuthenTraps object indicates whether this trap will be generated. cIscsiTgtLoginFailures: %1 cIscsiTgtLastFailureType: %2 cIscsiTgtLastIntrFailureName: %3 cIscsiTgtLastIntrFailureAddrType: %4 cIscsiTgtLastIntrFailureAddr: %5 This trap is sent when a login is failed by a target.The implementation of this trap should not send more than 3 notifications of this type in any 10 second time span.

50

880D0032

51

880D0033

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HSG Element Manager event codes

HSG Element Manager event codes


The HSG Element Manager is an application provided with the Storage Management Appliance that you use to configure and monitor HSG80/60 storage elements. The HSG Element Manager generates events that help users understand the status of both the manager application and the storage elements. The system records these events in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log.
Note: Using the Storage Management Appliance to monitor an active HSG80 controller in Data Replication Manager (DRM) mode is not supported. The events in Table 8 that pertain to DRM are marked with an asterisk (*). These events are not captured by the Storage Management Appliance. Table 8: HSG Element Manager Event Codes Event ID
6001 6002 6003 6004 6005 6006 6007 6008 6009 6010 6011 6012 6013 6014 6015 6016 6017 6018 6019 6020 6021 6022 6023 6024 6025 6026 6027

Event Code
88011771 88011772 88011773 88011774 88011775 88011776 88011777 88011778 88011779 8801177A 8801177B 8801177C 8801177D 8801177E 8801177F 88011780 88011781 88011782 88011783 88011784 88011785 88011786 88011787 88011788 88011789 8801178A 8801178B

Severity
2 2 2 5 2 5 2 2 3 2 5 7 3 4 3 2 3 5 2 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Description HSGSubsystem object created. Sense Data found. %1 state changed to online. %1 state changed to offline. %1 container state changed to good. %1 container state changed to failed. %1 container state changed to Reconstructing. %1 container state changed to Initializing. %1 container state changed to Reduced. %1 state changed to good. %2. %1 state changed to failed. %2. No controllers found. New controller %1 found. Other controller %1 unreachable. Other controller %1 reachable. Controller %1 Cache Battery state changed to good. Controller %1 Cache Battery state changed to low. Controller %1 Cache Battery state changed to bad. Controller %1 Cache state changed to good. Controller %1 Cache state changed to bad. Controller %1 Cache state changed to invalid. Failed to refresh HSGSubsystem. Failed to refresh Virtual Disks. Failed to refresh Storage Sets. Failed to refresh Devices. Failed to refresh Host Connections. Failed to rescan HSGSubsystem.

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Table 8: HSG Element Manager Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


6028 6029 6030 6031 6032 6033 6034 6035 6036 6037 6038 6039 6040 6041 6042 6043 6044 6045 6046 6047 6048 6049 6050 6051 6052 6053 6054 6055 6056 6057 6058 6059 6060 6061 6062 6063 6064

Event Code
8801178C 8801178D 8801178E 8801178F 88011790 88011791 88011792 88011793 88011794 88011795 88011796 88011797 88011798 88011799 8801179A 8801179B 8801179C 8801179D 8801179E 8801179F 880117A0 880117A1 880117A2 880117A3 880117A4 880117A5 880117A6 880117A7 880117A8 880117A9 880117AA 880117AB 880117AC 880117AD 880117AE 880117AF 880117B0

Severity
7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 3 4 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 7 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Description Striped Mirror set modification. Members do not match. Too few mirrorset members for striped mirror set. Mirrorset already a member. STL Exception generated. %1 Unknown system Exception generated. %1 HSG Exception generated. %1 Invalid Controller Pointer Invalid Container Pointer. %1 Device not found. %1 %1 not found. Storage Set not found. Host Connection not found. Test Unit Ready failed. Virtual Disk %1 deleted. Virtual Disk %1 created. Device %1 added. Device %1 deleted. Host Connection %1 went offline. Host Connection %1 went online. Invalid parameter was found in request. %1. Invalid Storage Set type found. %1. Attempt to create virtual disk failed. %1. Attempt to modify virtual disk failed. %1. Attempt to delete virtual disk failed. %1. Attempt to modify device failed. %1. Attempt to modify Controller failed. %1. Attempt to modify Host Connection failed. %1. Attempt to delete Host Connection failed. %1. Attempt to rename Host Connection failed. %1. Snapshot: %1 not created. Snapshot: %1 created. Virtual Disk modified. %1 %1 modified. Controller modified. %1 Host Connection %1 modified. Host connection %1 has been renamed to %2. Host Connection %1 deleted.

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Table 8: HSG Element Manager Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


6065 6066 6067 6068 6069 6070 6071 6072 6073 6074 6075 6076 6077 6078 6079 6080 6081 6082 6083 6084 6085 6086 6087 6088 6089 6090 6091 6092 6093 6094 6095 6096 6097 6098 6099 6100 6101

Event Code
880117B1 880117B2 880117B3 880117B4 880117B5 880117B6 880117B7 880117B8 880117B9 880117BA 880117BB 880117BC 880117BD 880117BE 880117BF 880117C0 880117C1 880117C2 880117C3 880117C4 880117C5 880117C6 880117C7 880117C8 880117C9 880117CA 880117CB 880117CC 880117CD 880117CE 880117CF 880117D0 880117D1 880117D2 880117D3 880117D4 880117D5

Severity
4 4 4 2 4 7 4 4 4 6 2 6 2 6 2 6 2 6 2 2 6 7 2 6 2 2 2 6 2 6 2 6 2 3 2 6 2

Description Attempt to rescan storage failed. %1. Attempt to Delete Storage Set failed. %1. Attempt to Delete Device failed. %1. Virtual disk: %1, %2 member removed. Attempt to remove a member from a Virtual Disk failed. %1. Invalid Device Pointer. %1. Attempt to remove Failed Set member failed. %1. Attempt to add member to Spare Set failed. %1. Attempt to remove member from Spare Set failed. %1. EMU state now invalid. %1. EMU state now valid. %1. Power supply has gone bad. %1. Power supply is now good. %1. Fan has gone bad. %1. Fan is now good. %1. High Temperature detected. %1. Temperature is within optimal range. %1. Airflow is bad. %1. Airflow is now good. %1. EMU is present. EMU is no longer present. Cabinet %1 went offline. Cabinet %1 went online. Master cabinet has no controller installed. %1. Master cabinet has controller installed. %1. Controller present but present in slave cabinet. %1. Master cabinet has controller installed. %1. UPS has gone bad. %1. UPS is now good. %1. Shelf is bad. %1. Shelf is good. %1. Voltage has gone bad. %1. Voltage is now good. %1. Other controller failed. Other controller now good. Communication with subsystem has gone down. %. Regained communication to subsystem.

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Table 8: HSG Element Manager Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


*6102 *6103 *6104 6105 *6106 6107 6108 *6109 *6110 *6111 6112 6113 *6114 *6115 6116 6117 6118 6119 6120 6121 6122 6123 6124 6125 6126 6127 6128 6129 6130 6131 6132 6133 6134 6135 6136 6137 6138 6139

Event Code
880117D6 880117D7 880117D8 880117D9 880117DA 880117DB 880117DC 880117DD 880117DE 880117DF 880117E0 880117E1 880117E2 880117E3 880117E4 880117E5 880117E6 880117E7 880117E8 880117E9 880117EA 880117EB 880117EC 880117ED 880117EE 880117EF 880117F0 880117F1 880117F2 880117F3 880117F4 880117F5 880117F6 880117F7 880117F8 880117F9 880117FA 880117FB

Severity
4 2 4 2 4 2 3 3 4 4 2 2 4 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 4 2 4 7 4 3 2 2 2 4 4 2 6 4 2

Description Attempt to create Remote Copy Set failed. %1. Remote copy set: %1 created. Attempt to Delete Remote Copy Set failed. %1. RCS: %1 deleted. Attempt to modify Remote Copy Set failed. %1. %1 RCS has been modified. No Modifications were made. %1. Attempt to set failsafe on Remote Copy Set failed. %1. Attempt to Delete Association failed. %1. Attempt to create Association failed. %1. Association: %1 created. Association: %1 not deleted. Attempt to modify Association failed. %1. %1 Association has been modified. Name is in use. %1 unable to add to spare set. Item is already used. Device %1 added to Spare Set. Device %1 removed from Spare Set. Device removed from Failed Set. Attempt to expand Virtual Disk failed. %1 Virtual Disk expanded. %1 Virtual Disk not expandable. Incomplete Concatset modify: %1. Storage Set modified. Attempt to modify Chunksize failed. HSGSubsystem Assertion. Codeload failed. %1. Codeload Error. %1. Top Controller is rebooting. Bottom Controller is rebooting. Both Controllers are rebooting. Could not locate top controller. Could not locate bottom controller. Operating state is normal. %1. Operating state is failed. %1. Operating state is impaired. %1. Top controller is done rebooting.

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Table 8: HSG Element Manager Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


6140 6141 6142 6143 6144 6145 *6146 6147 6148 6149 6150 6151 6152 6153 6154 6155 6156 6157 6158 6159 6160 6161 6162 6163 6164 6165 6166 6167 6168 6169 6170 6171 6172 6173 6174 6175 6176

Event Code
880117FC 880117FD 880117FE 880117FF 88011800 88011801 88011802 88011803 88011804 88011805 88011806 88011807 88011808 88011809 8801180A 8801180B 8801180C 8801180D 8801180E 8801180F 88011810 88011811 88011812 88011813 88011814 88011815 88011816 88011817 88011818 88011819 8801181A 8801181B 8801181C 8801181D 8801181E 8801181F 88011820

Severity
2 2 4 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 3 4 2 2 4 2 7 2

Description Bottom controller is done rebooting. Both controllers are done rebooting. Reboot of controller failed. %1. SCSI command did not complete. %1. EMU modified. EMU modify failed. Unit is an Association Log Device. Unit is an RCS Initiator. Unit has been expanded. Unit has no preferred path. Unit is transportable. Unit is a Snapshot. Unit writeback cache is disabled. Unit storage container is partitioned. Incompatible storage container type. No peer to peer configuration. Unit is in Failed state. Unit has too few devices. Unit not in correct state. Unit is used by another configuration. Unit is a Snapshot source. Subsystem firmware does not support snapshots. Subsystem does not have peer to peer support enabled. HSGSubsystem Miscellaneous info. Mirror cache is not enabled. Controller cache size is too small. HSGSubsystem Unknown Status. Subsystem has the maximum number of snapshots. Not enough available physical disks or unused stripes. Reached maximum physical disk count. Virtual Disk is a target. Initialize container failed. %1. Initialized container successfully. %1. No available containers. Reservation mutex check failed. Container not found. %1. %1 Used by name list.

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Table 8: HSG Element Manager Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


*6177 6178 6179 6180

Event Code
88011821 88011822 88011823 88011824

Severity
2 4 2 2

Description Unable to disable the PPRCMode. Add VD member failed. %1. Virtual Disk: %1, added member %2 successfully. Check VirtualDisk not in REDUCE state or Replacement policy not NONE or not available physical disks. Rejected because of reservation. %1. Need ACS firmware revision 8.7 for management lockdown. Virtual disk %1 has been reserved by %2. A virtual disk has been unreserved. %1. Virtual disk reservation failure. %1. Management lock down change. %1. No available disks. Maximum number of members. Replacement policy must be NOPOLICY. Raidset must be in reduced state. Code patch %1-%2 is Successfully loaded on %3 controller. HSGSubsystem API has lost comm to Subsystem. %1. HSGSubsystem API has returned controller error text. %1. HSGSubsystem API has received Invalid show this output. HSGAPI::getAllControllers: Invalid SHOW OTHER output. Invalid SHOW UNIT output %1. HSGSubsystem API has received Invalid show storage output. %1. Invalid SHOW DEV FULL output. HSGSubsystem API has received Invalid show connection output. %1. HSGSubsystem API received modification request but no changes were found. %1. HSGSubsystem API received delete request but no changes were found. %1. HSGSubsystem API invalid CLI syntax or incomplete CLI command error (Last Status). %1. HSGSubsystem API has returned controller warning text. HSGSubsystem API This controller rebooting. HSGSubsystem API Other controller rebooting. HSGSubsystem API Both controllers rebooting.

6181 6182 6183 6184 6185 6186 6187 6188 6189 6190 6191 7001 7002 7003 7004 7005 7006 7007 7008 7009 7010 7011 7012 7013 7014 7015

88011825 88011826 88011827 88011828 88011829 8801182A 8801182B 8801182C 8801182D 8801182E 8801182F 88011B59 88011B5A 88011B5B 88011B5C 88011B5D 88011B5E 88011B5F 88011B60 88011B61 88011B62 88011B63 88011B64 88011B65 88011B66 88011B67

2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

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Table 8: HSG Element Manager Event Codes (Continued) Event ID


7016 *7017 7018 7019 7020 7021 7022 8204 8205

Event Code
88011B68 88011B69 88011B6A 88011B6B 88011B6C 88011B6D 88011B6E 8801200C 8801200D

Severity
4 4 4 4 3 3 3 7 7

Description HSGAPI::getAllAssociations: Invalid SHOW AllAssociations output %1. HSGSubsystem API has received Invalid show Remote Copy. %1. HSGSubsystem API Setting Host connection failure. HSGAPI::getAutospare, Invalid SHOW FAILEDSET output. Comm path switched. %1. Unable to switch comm path. %1. Last Status. A spurious interrupt was detected during the execution of a Subsystem Built-In Self Test. An unrecoverable error was detected during execution of the HOST PORT Subsystem Test. The system will not be able to communicate with the host. An unrecoverable error was detected during execution of the UART/DUART Subsystem Test. This will cause the console to be unusable. This will cause failover communications to fail. An unrecoverable error was detected during execution of the FX Subsystem Test. An unrecoverable error was detected during execution of the PCI9060ES Test. An unrecoverable error was detected during execution of the Device Port Subsystem Built-In Self Test. One or more of the device ports on the controller module has failed; some/all of the attached storage is no longer accessible via this controller. Deletion of component failed. A component location has been updated. A component name has been updated. HSG not communicating. HSG is communicating. Log approaching max size, prior entries removed. New HSG found.

8206

8801200E

8207 8301 8302

8801200F 8801206D 8801206E

7 7 7

8303 8304 8305 8306 8307 8308 8309

8801206F 88012070 88012071 88012072 88012073 88012074 88012075

7 2 2 6 2 3 2

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Command View EVA event codes


Command View EVA is an application provided with the Storage Management Appliance that you use to configure and monitor HSV110 Array Controllers. Command View EVA generates controller events and management agent events that help users understand the status of both the manager application and the storage elements. The Storage Management Appliance supports HSV MIB versions 2.0a, 2.1, and 3.0.

Controller events
Table 9 describes the events generated by the HSV Controller. These events are logged in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log. You can use the Software Component ID (SWC ID) and Event Number (Evt. No.) codes to correlate events recorded in the HSV Controller Event Log of Command View EVA with events recorded in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log.
Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events
Event ID 100 256 Event Code 88030064 88030100 Severity 3 2 SWC ID 0 1 Evt. No. 0 0 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Unrecognized Controller event generated. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The system time value was set to the value contained in the time field by a call to the EXEC$SET_TIME service. As part of setting the time in a dual HSV 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 HSV controller. 1 = The master HSV controller requested the slave HSV controller to set its time to the time value. 2 = The slave HSV controller set the local time to the time value. 3 = The HSV controllers TOY clock was set to the time value. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the node_name field has failed in communicating with the Cabinet (Rack) Bus Interface Controller.

257

88030101

768

88030300

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 769 Event Code 88030301 Severity 6 SWC ID 3 Evt. No. 1 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 LIPs 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 = Cant 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 cant read FPAB 0x209 = Failure to remove volume from Storage System 0x20A = Failure to update metadata. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The physical disk drive identified in the node_name field will not be used because the maximum number of physical disk drives already exist in the current Storage System. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the node_name field has finished the process of bringing the Storage System, identified in the scell_tag field, online. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the node_name field has been joined into the Storage System. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the node_name field has been ousted from the Storage System identified in the scell_tag field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the node_name field is now the Storage System, identified in the scell_tag field, master. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the node_name field has been brought into the Storage System identified in the scell_tag field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: HSV 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.

770

88030302

771

88030303

772

88030304

773 774

88030305 88030306

2 2

3 3

5 6

775

88030307

776

88030308

1024

88030400

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1025 Event Code 88030401 Severity 6 SWC ID 4 Evt. No. 1 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV controller has sent a last gasp message prior to terminating operation. The terminated HSV 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 HSV controllers 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 HSV controller has executed functional code since its first power up. Note that the reporting_ctrlr header field identifies the HSV controller that received the last gasp message. All other header fields reflect information supplied by the terminating controller. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV controller to terminate operation depending on how far termination processing got before the machine check occurred. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 systems up time value. F = Termination Event Array entry up time value is less than the previous entrys up time value. 10= Termination Event Array entry sequence number value is less than the previous entrys 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 HSV controller to terminate operation depending on how far termination processing got before the unexpected event occurred.

1026

88030402

1027

88030403

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1028 Event Code 88030404 Severity 2 SWC ID 4 Evt. No. 4 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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, doesnt match the Event Information Packet type size, or when combined with the entry header size doesnt 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Event reports were lost due to an insufficient supply of Event Log Packets on the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Event reports were lost due to an insufficient supply of Event Log Packets on the HSV 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.

1029

88030405

1030

88030406

1031

88030407

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1032 Event Code 88030408 Severity 2 SWC ID 4 Evt. No. 8 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Storage System Termination Event Log has been updated with the termination event information obtained from the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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.

1033

88030409

1034

8803040a

1035

8803040b

1036

8803040c

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1037 Event Code 8803040d Severity 2 SWC ID 4 Evt. No. d Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Fault Manager operation was made quiescent. If the ainfo.quiesce_type field is equal to 0, the operation was performed on both HSV controllers. If the ainfo.quiesce_type field is equal to 1, the operation was performed only on the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV controller sent a last gasp message prior to terminating operation with an indication that the HSV controller identified in the lter.terminating_ctrlr field should also terminate operation. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: This HSV controller sent its termination event information to the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Event reports were lost due to an insufficient supply of ISR Event Log Packets on the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Event reports were lost due to an insufficient supply of ISR Event Log Packets on the HSV 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.

1038

8803040e

1039

8803040f

1040

88030410

10

1041

88030411

11

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1536 Event Code 88030600 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 0 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Fibre Channel port on the HSV controller has failed to respond. The identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp_id field. The HSV 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.

1537

88030601

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1538 Event Code 88030602 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 2 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1539 Event Code 88030603 Severity 3 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 3 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An exchange sent to a physical disk drive or another HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1540 Event Code 88030604 Severity 3 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 4 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Work was unexpectedly sent to this HSV controller by a physical disk drive or another HSV controller. This HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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.

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Event ID 1541 Event Code 88030605 Severity 3 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 5 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Work has been sent to a physical disk drive or another HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1543 Event Code 88030607 Severity 3 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 7 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An excessive number of link errors were detected on a HSV controllers Fibre Channel port. The identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp_id field. The HSV 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 HSV controller checks each of its Fibre Channel ports for excessive link status errors periodically.

1544

88030608

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Event ID 1545 Event Code 88030609 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 9 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1546 Event Code 8803060a Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. a Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1547 Event Code 8803060b Severity 3 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. b Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1548 Event Code 8803060c Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. c Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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.

1549

8803060d

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Event ID 1550 Event Code 8803060e Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. e Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is able to communicate with a physical disk drive but this HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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.

1551

8803060f

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 1552 Event Code 88030610 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 10 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is unable to communicate with this HSV controller. The Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit identified in the device field has stopped communicating with the HSV controller. The Fibre Channel port used to communicate with the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the cerp_id field. The HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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.

1554

88030612

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Event ID 1555 Event Code 88030613 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 13 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is able to communicate with this HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: There are too many drive enclosures attached to a Fibre Channel port. The Fibre Channel port with too many drive enclosures attached to the HSV 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 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 HSV 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.

1556

88030614

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Event ID 1557 Event Code 88030615 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 15 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The cable connected to the I/O module is attached to the wrong Fibre Channel port. The Fibre Channel port incorrectly attached to the HSV controller is contained in the cerp_id field. Note that in this case the content of the 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A HSV controller does not have an address on the enclosure address bus. The HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has detected a physical disk drive that was preventing proper loop operation. The physical disk drive has been bypassed and is ready for replacement. The location of this physical disk drive is specified by the rack_num, bay, and dencl_num fields. The rack_num field will not be valid until a future release. The identity of the Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit is contained in the device field. The UUID of the specific physical disk drive is not identifiable. Check the fault lights of the enclosure associated with this Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. Note that in this case the content of the fed_class, alpa, and num_times fields are undefined.

1558

88030616

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1559

88030617

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Event ID 1560 Event Code 88030618 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 18 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1561 Event Code 88030619 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 19 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1562 Event Code 8803061a Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 1a Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A HSV controller now has an address on the enclosure address bus. The HSV controller location has been identified. The location of the HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1564 Event Code 8803061c Severity 3 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 1c Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1565 Event Code 8803061d Severity 3 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 1d Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1566 Event Code 8803061e Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 1e Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1567 Event Code 8803061f Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 1f Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1568 Event Code 88030620 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 20 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1569 Event Code 88030621 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 21 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1570 Event Code 88030622 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 22 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An unrecognized Fibre Channel physical disk drive or an old 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1571 Event Code 88030623 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 23 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A HSV controller has successfully retried a failed port. The Fibre Channel port that has been restarted is contained in the cerp_id field. The HSV 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 HSV 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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88030624

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Event ID 1573 Event Code 88030625 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 25 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1574 Event Code 88030626 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 26 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1575 Event Code 88030627 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 27 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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.

1576

88030628

28

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Event ID 1577 Event Code 88030629 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 29 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1578 Event Code 8803062a Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 2a Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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.

1579

8803062b

2b

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Event ID 1580 Event Code 8803062c Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 2c Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV 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. TheHSV 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 HSV 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.

1581

8803062d

2d

1582

8803062e

2e

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Event ID 1584 Event Code 88030630 Severity 6 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 30 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV controller internal Fibre Channel port number unable to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the missing_port field. The al_pa amd 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 1585 Event Code 88030631 Severity 2 SWC ID 6 Evt. No. 31 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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 amd 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV controller internal Fibre Channel port number unable to communicate with the Fibre Channel device is contained in the missing_port field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV controller internal Fibre Channel port number used to communicate with the Fibre Channel devices is contained in the port field. Event code definitions application notes

1586

88030632

32

1587

88030633

33

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Event ID 1792 Event Code 88030700 Severity 3 SWC ID 7 Evt. No. 0 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Leveling of capacity in a Disk Group has started. The identity of the Disk Group is contained in the tag1 field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Leveling of capacity in a Disk Group has finished. The identity of the Disk Group is contained in the tag1 field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 ). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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.

1793

88030701

1794 1795 1796

88030702 88030703 88030704

2 2 2

7 7 7

2 3 4

1797

88030705

1798

88030706

1799

88030707

2305

88030901

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Event ID 2306 Event Code 88030902 Severity 2 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 2 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of the Volume 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 - 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of a battery assembly within the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of the Volume identified in the handle field has transitioned to the MISSING state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 3 (MISSING). 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 - 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of the Fibre Channel port identified in the attribute.value.str field and located on the rear panel of the HSV 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 HSV controllers internal identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the secondary_id field.

2307

88030903

2308

88030904

2309

88030905

2310

88030906

2311

88030907

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Event ID 2312 2313 Event Code 88030908 88030909 Severity 3 2 SWC ID 9 9 Evt. No. 8 9 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Occupancy Alarm Level threshold has been reached for the Disk Group identified in the handle field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Resource Availability state of the Volume identified in the handle field has transitioned to the SUFFICIENT state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 0 (SUFFICIENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 1 (INSUFFICIENT). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Data Availability state of the Logical 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of the Quorum Disk flag for the Volume identified in the handle field has changed. 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The temperature trip point for a temperature sensor located within an HSV controller has been reached. The HSV controller is identified in the handle field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A temperature sensor located within the HSV controller identified in the handle field is approaching its trip point. The value.ul1 field contains the current temperature reading from that sensor in Celsius. The secondary_id field contains the temperature trip point in Celsius. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Blower Present flag for the 1 blower assembly located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The 1 blower located within the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: One of the voltage sensors located within the HSV 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.

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8803090c

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88030911

11

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88030912

12

2323

88030913

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Event ID 2324 Event Code 88030914 Severity 6 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 14 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of the Volume identified in the handle field has transitioned to the FAILED state. 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV controller has failed. The state of the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV controllers battery assembly has been removed. The Battery Present flag for battery assembly 1 located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Battery In Use flag for battery assembly 1 located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: One of the voltage sensors located within the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The battery assembly voltage regulator located within the HSV controller identified in the handle field is offline. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Occupancy Alarm Level for the Disk Group identified in the handle field has returned to the normal range.

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88030915

15

2327

88030917

17

2328

88030918

18

2329

88030919

19

2330

8803091a

1a

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1b

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8803091c

1c

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Event ID 2333 Event Code 8803091d Severity 6 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 1d Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV controllers battery assembly has malfunctioned. The Battery In Use flag for battery assembly 1 located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Battery Present flag for battery assembly 1 located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV controllers battery assembly has been removed. The Battery Present flag for battery assembly 2 located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Battery Present flag for battery assembly 2 located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Battery In Use flag for battery assembly 2 located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV controllers battery assembly has malfunctioned. The Battery In Use flag for battery assembly 2 located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Blower Present flag for the 2 blower assembly located within the HSV 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).

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8803091e

1e

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8803091f

1f

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88030920

20

2337

88030921

21

2338

88030922

22

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88030923

23

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Event ID 2340 Event Code 88030924 Severity 2 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 24 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Blower Present flag for the 2 blower assembly located within the HSV 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The 2 blower located within the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Blower/Power Supply Present flag for the 1 blower/power supply assembly located within the HSV controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the PRESENT to NOT PRESENT state indicating that the blower/power supply has been removed, or AC power has been removed from the power supply. 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Blower/Power Supply Present flag for the 1 blower/power supply assembly located within the HSV controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the NOT PRESENT to PRESENT state indicating that the blower/power supply has been reinstalled, or AC power has been reinstalled to the power supply. 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Blower/Power Supply Present flag for the 2 blower/power supply assembly located within the HSV controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the PRESENT to NOT PRESENT state indicating that the blower/power supply has been removed, or AC power has been removed from the power supply. The secondary_id field contains the 2 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Blower/Power Supply Present flag for the 2 blower/power supply assembly located within the HSV controller identified in the handle field has transitioned from the NOT PRESENT to PRESENT state indicating that the blower/power supply has been reinstalled. or AC power has been reinstalled to the power supply. The secondary_id field contains the 2 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).

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25

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88030926

26

2343

88030927

27

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88030928

28

2345

88030929

29

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Event ID 2346 Event Code 8803092a Severity 6 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 2a Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The 1 blower/power supply located within the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The 2 blower/power supply located within the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of a battery assembly within the HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Resource Availability state of the Volume identified in the handle field has transitioned to the INSUFFICIENT state. The value.ul1 field contains the new state: 1 (INSUFFICIENT). The value.ul2 field contains the old state: 0 (SUFFICIENT). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV 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 HSV controller. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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.

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8803092b

2b

2348

8803092c

2c

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30

2353

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Event ID 2354 Event Code 88030932 Severity 6 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 32 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 1. The values that may be found in the attribute.value.u32[2] field are as follows: 1 = Vraid0 2 = Vraid1 3 = Vraid5. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field was discovered. The enclosure number and bay number where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0] and attribute.value.u32[1] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains the value 1. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Storage System Host path identified in the handle field was created. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Storage System Virtual Disk identified in the handle field was created. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Volume identified in the handle field was created. The add_handle field contains the identity of the Physical Disk Drive that is associated with the Volume. The attribute.value.u64[0] field contains the Fibre Channel node name of the associated Physical Disk Drive. The enclosure and bay number where the associated Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[2] and attribute.value.u32[3] fields respectively. The attribute.type field contains the value of 1.

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88030933

33

2356

88030934

34

2357

88030935

35

2358

88030936

36

2359

88030937

37

2360 2361 2362

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2 2 2

9 9 9

38 39 3a

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Event ID 2363 Event Code 8803093b Severity 2 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 3b Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The internal Logical Disk associated with the Virtual Disk identified in the handle field was deleted. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Disk Group identified in the handle field was deleted. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has disappeared. The enclosure number and bay number where the Physical Disk Drive was located are contained in the attribute.value.u32[0] and attribute.value.u32[1] fields, respectively. The attribute.type field contains the value 1. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Storage System Host path identified in the handle field was deleted. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Snapshot Logical Disk identified in the handle field has been marked inoperative due to the Disk Group being out of space for additional storage allocation. The add_handle field contains the handle of the associated Disk Group object. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the handle field has joined the Storage System. If the handle field is zero, the HSV controller identity could not be obtained due to an unexpected state transition. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An HSV controller has left the Storage System. The HSV controller is identified in the handle field. If the handle field is zero, the HSV controller identity could not be obtained due to an unexpected state transition. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Storage System has been deleted by an HSV controller. The Storage System is identified in the handle field. The HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Data Replication Group identified in the handle field was created. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Data Replication Group identified in the handle field was deleted.

2364 2365 2366

8803093c 8803093d 8803093e

2 2 6

9 9 9

3c 3d 3e

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3f

2368 2369

88030940 88030941

2 2

9 9

40 41

2370

88030942

42

2371

88030943

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44

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2374 2375

88030946 88030947

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Event ID 2376 Event Code 88030948 Severity 2 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 48 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 1. The values that may be found in the attribute.value.u32[2] field are as follows: 1 = Vraid0 2 = Vraid1 3 = Vraid5. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 1. The values that may be found in the attribute.value.u32[2] field are as follows: 1 = Vraid0 2 = Vraid1 3 = Vraid5. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Time was set on the Storage System identified in the handle field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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.

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2405

88030965

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2406 2407

88030966 88030967

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9 9

66 67

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88030968

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Event ID 2409 Event Code 88030969 Severity 2 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 69 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Usage state of the Volume identified in the handle field has changed. 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 the volumes Redundant Storage Set. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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.

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8803096a

6a

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8803096b

6b

2412

8803096c

6c

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8803096d

6d

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Event ID 2414 Event Code 8803096e Severity 2 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 6e Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Physical Disk Drive identified in the handle field has experienced numerous communication failures on a particular Fibre Channel port identified in old_attr.value.u32[0] field. The enclosure number, bay number, and rack number where the Physical Disk Drive is located are contained in the old_attr.value.u32[0], old_attr.value.u32[1], old_attr.value.u32[2] 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the handle field received a request to shutdown. The old_attr.type field and the new_attr.type fields 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 HSV 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 HSV 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 HSV 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.

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70

2417

88030971

71

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Event ID 2418 Event Code 88030972 Severity 2 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 72 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the handle field has completed its shutdown preparations. The old_attr.type field and the new_attr.type fields contain the value 1. The old_attr.value.u32[0] field value indicates the result of the HSV 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 HSV controller identified in the handle field. 2 = Failed only on the other HSV controller of the pair. 3 = Failed on both HSV controllers. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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).

2419

88030973

73

2420

88030974

74

2421

88030975

75

2422

88030976

76

2423

88030977

77

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Event ID 2424 Event Code 88030978 Severity 2 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. 78 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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.

2425

88030979

79

2426

8803097a

7a

2504

880309c8

c8

2505

880309c9

c9

2506

880309ca

ca

2507

880309cb

cb

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Event ID 2508 Event Code 880309cc Severity 6 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. cc Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The state of the Fibre Channel port identified in the attribute.value.str field and located on the rear panel of the HSV 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 HSV controllers internal identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the secondary_id field. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the handle field no longer needs attention. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV controller identified in the handle field needs attention. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The Blower Present flag for the 1 blower assembly located within the HSV 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).

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880309cd

cd

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880309ce

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2511

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cf

2512 2513 2514

880309d0 880309d1 880309d2

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9 9 9

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Event ID 2515 Event Code 880309d3 Severity 6 SWC ID 9 Evt. No. d3 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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). Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The specified Destination Virtual Disk has successfully completed a Full Copy. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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.

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880309d4

d4

2517

880309d5

d5

2816

88030b00

3072

88030c00

3073

88030c01

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88030c03

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Event ID 3078 Event Code 88030c06 Severity 6 SWC ID c Evt. No. 6 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Data Replication Log has been reset due to a Data Replication Group failover. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Destination Data Replication Group has successfully completed a Merge. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Destination Data Replication Group has been marked for a Full Copy. The following fields are not valid: status, blocks, vda. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: The specified destination DRM group was not found. The destination group appears to have been deleted by the user after a site failover, therefore this dangling DRM source group should likewise be deleted. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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.

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88030c07

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88030c08

3081

88030c09

3082

88030c0a

3084

88030c0c

3087

88030c0f

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88030c10

10

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88030c11

11

3090

88030c12

12

3092

88030c14

14

3093

88030c15

15

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Event ID 3328 Event Code 88030d00 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 0 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Unrecognized event reported by a Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3329 Event Code 88030d01 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 1 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3330 Event Code 88030d02 Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 2 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3331 Event Code 88030d03 Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 3 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3332 Event Code 88030d04 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 4 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3379 Event Code 88030d33 Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 33 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3380 Event Code 88030d34 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 34 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3381 Event Code 88030d35 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 35 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure power supply component has failed. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3399 Event Code 88030d47 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 47 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3403 Event Code 88030d4b Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 4b Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3404 Event Code 88030d4c Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 4c Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3419 Event Code 88030d5b Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 5b Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 elements 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 elements 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3423 Event Code 88030d5f Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 5f Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3439 Event Code 88030d6f Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 6f Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An internal Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3441 Event Code 88030d71 Severity 2 SWC ID d Evt. No. 71 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An internal Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3442 Event Code 88030d72 Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 72 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3454 Event Code 88030d7e Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 7e Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Invalid data was read from a Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit NVRAM. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3455 Event Code 88030d7f Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 7f Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An internal Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3458 Event Code 88030d82 Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 82 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosures address is incorrect or the enclosure has no address. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3459 Event Code 88030d83 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 83 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Drive Enclosure Environmental Monitoring Unit has experienced a hardware failure. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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.

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Event ID 3461 Event Code 88030d85 Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. 85 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure power supply failed to respond to a shut down command. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3469 Event Code 88030d8d Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. 8d Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure transceiver error has been detected. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3489 Event Code 88030da1 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. a1 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure power supply voltage sensor out of range condition has been reported. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3509 Event Code 88030db5 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. b5 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure power supply current sensor out of range condition has been reported. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3544 Event Code 88030dd8 Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. d8 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure backplane invalid NVRAM read error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3545 Event Code 88030dd9 Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. d9 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure backplane error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Event ID 3549 Event Code 88030ddd Severity 6 SWC ID d Evt. No. dd Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure I/O module error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 modules 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 HSV 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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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 3550 Event Code 88030dde Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. de Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 3564 Event Code 88030dec Severity 3 SWC ID d Evt. No. ec Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A drive enclosure I/O module invalid NVRAM read error has occurred. The handle field contains the WWN of the shelf 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 HSV 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: 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 HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Indicated Host Fibre Channel port transitioned to link down.

3568

88030df0

f0

16896

88034200

42

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Table 9: Command View EVA Event Codes: Controller Events (Continued)


Event ID 16897 16899 Event Code 88034201 88034203 Severity 2 2 SWC ID 42 42 Evt. No. 1 3 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: Indicated Host Fibre Channel port transitioned to link failed. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: An excessive number of link errors were detected on a HSV controllers Fibre Channel port. The identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp_id field. The HSV 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 HSV controller checks each of its Fibre Channel ports for excessive link status errors periodically. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A Fibre Channel port on the HSV controller has failed to respond. The identity of the affected Fibre Channel port is contained in the cerp_id field. The HSV 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. Storage Cell: %1 Event ID: %2 Description: A failure was detected during the execution of this HSV controllers on board diagnostics.

16900

88034204

42

33536

88038300

83

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Management Agent events


Table 10 describes the events generated by the Command View EVA Agent. These events are logged in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log. You can use the Event Number (Evt. No.) codes to correlate events recorded in the Management Agent Event Log of Command View EVA with the events recorded in the Storage Management Appliance Event Log.
Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events
Event ID 20000 20001 20002 20003 20004 20005 20006 20007 20008 20009 20010 20011 20012 20013 20014 20015 20016 20017 20018 20019 20020 20021 20022 20023 20024 20025 20026 20027 20028 20029 20030 20031 Event Code 88034e20 88034e21 88034e22 88034e23 88034e24 88034e25 88034e26 88034e27 88034e28 88034e29 88034e2a 88034e2b 88034e2c 88034e2d 88034e2e 88034e2f 88034e30 88034e31 88034e32 88034e33 88034e34 88034e35 88034e36 88034e37 88034e38 88034e39 88034e3a 88034e3b 88034e3c 88034e3d 88034e3e 88034e3f Severity 3 2 2 2 6 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Description Storage Cell: %1 Unrecognized Management event generated. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Object Already Exists Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Supplied Buffer Too Small Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Object Already Assigned Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Insufficient Available Data Storage Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Internal Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid status for logical disk Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Class Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Function Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Logical Disk Block State Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Loop Configuration Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Parameter Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Parameter handle Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Parameter Id Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Quorum Configuration Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Target Handle Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Target Id Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Time Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Media is Inaccessible Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Fibre Channel Port Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Image Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Permission Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system not initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Not a Loop Port Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Not a Participating Controller Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Objects in your system are in use, and their state prevents the operation you wish to perform. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Parameter Object Does Not Exist Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Target Object Does Not Exist Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Timeout Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unknown Id Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unknown Parameter Handle Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unrecoverable Media Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 20032 20033 20034 20035 20036 20037 20038 20039 20040 20041 20042 20043 20044 20045 20046 20047 20048 Event Code 88034e40 88034e41 88034e42 88034e43 88034e44 88034e45 88034e46 88034e47 88034e48 88034e49 88034e4a 88034e4b 88034e4c 88034e4d 88034e4e 88034e4f 88034e50 Severity 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Description Storage Cell: %1 Invalid State Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Transport Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Volume is Missing Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Cursor Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Target for the Operation Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No More Events Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Lock Busy Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Time Not Set Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Not a Supported Version Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Logical Disk for Vdisk Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Logical disk Presented Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation Denied On Slave Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Not licensed for data replication Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Not DR group member Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid DR mode Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid DR State Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Security credentials needed. Please update your systems ID and password in the Storage System Access menu. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Security credentials supplied were invalid. Please update your systems ID and password in the Storage System Access menu. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Security credentials supplied were invalid. Please update your systems ID and password in the Storage System Access menu. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system connection down Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 DR group empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Incompatible attribute Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk is a DR group member Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk is a DR log unit Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cache batteries failed or missing. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk is not presented Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Other controller failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Maximum Number of Objects Exceeded. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Max size Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Password mismatch. Please update your systems 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. Event ID: %2 Description: %3

20049

88034e51

49

20050

88034e52

50

20051 20052 20053 20054 20055 20056 20057 20058 20059 20060 20061

88034e53 88034e54 88034e55 88034e56 88034e57 88034e58 88034e59 88034e5a 88034e5b 88034e5c 88034e5d

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 20062 20063 20064 20065 20066 20067 20068 20069 20070 20071 20072 20073 20074 20075 20076 20077 20078 Event Code 88034e5e 88034e5f 88034e60 88034e61 88034e62 88034e63 88034e64 88034e65 88034e66 88034e67 88034e68 88034e69 88034e6a 88034e6b 88034e6c 88034e6d 88034e6e Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 Evt. No. 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 Description Storage Cell: %1 DR group is merging Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 DR group is logging Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Connection is suspended Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Bad image header Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Bad image Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Image too large Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EMU not available Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EMU indefinite delay Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Image incompatible with system configuration. Version conflict in upgrade or downgrade not allowed. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Bad image segment Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Image already loaded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Image Write Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Logical Disk Sharing Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Bad Image Size Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Image Load Busy Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Volume Failure Predicted Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Background allocation on the destination member is in progress. This action must complete before any others can be initiated . Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Predecessor Vdisk Condition Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Volume Usage Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Minimum Volumes In Disk Group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown In Progress Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Not Ready Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Is Snapshot Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cannot add or remove DR group member. Mirror cache must be active for this Vdisk. Check controller cache condition. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Inoperative Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Disk group inoperative or less than 8 disks in group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system inoperative Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failsafe Locked Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data Flush Incomplete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Redundancy Mirrored Inoperative Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Duplicate LUN Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Other remote controller failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3

20079 20080 20081 20082 20083 20084 20085

88034e6f 88034e70 88034e71 88034e72 88034e73 88034e74 88034e75

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

79 80 81 82 83 84 85

20086 20087 20088 20089 20090 20091 20092 20093

88034e76 88034e77 88034e78 88034e79 88034e7a 88034e7b 88034e7c 88034e7d

2 3 6 2 3 2 2 3

86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 20094 20095 20096 20097 20098 20099 20100 20101 Event Code 88034e7e 88034e7f 88034e80 88034e81 88034e82 88034e83 88034e84 88034e85 Severity 2 2 6 6 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 Description Storage Cell: %1 Unknown remote Vdisk Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unknown remote DR group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 PLDMC failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system could not be locked. System busy. Try command again. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Error on remote storage system. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 This operation can only be completed when the source-destination connection is down. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Login required - password changed. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Numerous login attempts have been detected that uses an incorrect password. Please update your systems password in the Storage System Access menu. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid cookie Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Login timed out Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Max snapshot depth reached Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Attribute mismatch Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Password not set Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Not host port Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Duplicate Lun WWID Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 System Inoperative Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 SnapClone Active Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Emu Load Busy Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Duplicate User Name Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Reserved For Code Load Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Already Presented Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid remote storage system Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Lock Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Maximum Number of Members Exceeded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Max Destinations Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Empty User Name Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system already initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Already Open Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Session Not Open Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Not Marked Inoperative Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Media Not Available Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Battery System Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 DR Group Member Is Cache Data Lost Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Internal Lock Collision Event ID: %2 Description: %3

20102 20103 20104 20105 20106 20107 20108 20109 20110 20111 20112 20113 20114 20115 20116 20117 20118 20119 20120 20121 20122 20123 20124 20125 20126 20127

88034e86 88034e87 88034e88 88034e89 88034e8a 88034e8b 88034e8c 88034e8d 88034e8e 88034e8f 88034e90 88034e91 88034e92 88034e93 88034e94 88034e95 88034e96 88034e97 88034e98 88034e99 88034e9a 88034e9b 88034e9c 88034e9d 88034e9e 88034e9f

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 20128 20129 20130 21000 21001 21002 21003 21004 21005 21006 21007 21008 21009 21010 21011 21012 21013 21014 22001 22002 22003 22004 22005 22006 22007 22008 22009 Event Code 88034ea0 88034ea1 88034ea2 88035208 88035209 8803520a 8803520b 8803520c 8803520d 8803520e 8803520f 88035210 88035211 88035212 88035213 88035214 88035215 88035216 880355f1 880355f2 880355f3 880355f4 880355f5 880355f6 880355f7 880355f8 880355f9 Severity 2 2 2 2 6 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 Evt. No. 128 129 130 1000 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Description Storage Cell: %1 OCP Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Mirror Offline Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 This operation cannot be completed if failsafe mode is enabled. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Logical Disk Condition Change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system is FULL **critical** Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system is almost FULL. Disk group at or above maximum capacity warning level. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller Cache Battery Condition Change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller Cache Condition Change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller Condition Change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller FC Port Condition Change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Physical Device Condition Change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Physical Store Condition Change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Host condition change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system time has been set Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Volume Condition change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Volume insufficient_resources condition change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Volume Quorum Disk change Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The state of an object in the system has changed. View adjacent events for more detail. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Startup Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Management agent event log cleared successfully Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid name specified for storage system Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system is not initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Duplicate name for virtual disk found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid name specified for Vdisk Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk name exceeds maximum length Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid parameter specified for Vdisk Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No virtual disk found Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 22010 22011 22012 22013 22014 22015 22016 22017 22018 22019 22020 22021 22022 22023 22024 22025 22026 22027 22028 22029 22030 22031 22032 22033 22034 22035 Event Code 880355fa 880355fb 880355fc 880355fd 880355fe 880355ff 88035600 88035601 88035602 88035603 88035604 88035605 88035606 88035607 88035608 88035609 8803560a 8803560b 8803560c 8803560d 8803560e 8803560f 88035610 88035611 88035612 88035613 Severity 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 2034 2035 Description Storage Cell: %1 Specified Vdisk size exceeds available size Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 There are not enough disk drives to create a disk group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Number of devices exceeds the available number of disks Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Number of devices is less than the minimum number required to create a disk group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No available volumes to complete the request Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Specified spare count exceeds maximum count Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Completed unpresenting virutal disk to host Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Negative value for device count is invalid Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Specified spare count is below minimum count Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Specified device count is below minimum count Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Requested device count exceeds available physical store Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid refresh interval value. Should be numeric and non-negative. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid security message. Should not be blank. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk Create Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system uninitialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system successfully initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Device Added Successfully Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system successfully renamed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Virtual Disk Delete Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Virtual Disk Renamed - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Refresh Interval Changed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Security Message Changed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Present Vdisk to a Host - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Control Startup Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Change Device Usage Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Control Shutdown - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 22036 22037 22038 22039 22040 22041 22042 22043 22044 22045 22046 22047 22048 22049 22050 22051 22052 22053 22057 22058 22059 22060 22061 22062 22063 22064 22065 22066 22067 Event Code 88035614 88035615 88035616 88035617 88035618 88035619 8803561a 8803561b 8803561c 8803561d 8803561e 8803561f 88035620 88035621 88035622 88035623 88035624 88035625 88035629 8803562a 8803562b 8803562c 8803562d 8803562e 8803562f 88035630 88035631 88035632 88035633 Severity 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 Evt. No. 2036 2037 2038 2039 2040 2041 2042 2043 2044 2045 2046 2047 2048 2049 2050 2051 2052 2053 2057 2058 2059 2060 2061 2062 2063 2064 2065 2066 2067 Description Storage Cell: %1 Controller Shutdown - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Nsc Crash - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Control Memory Allocation Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 There must be at least 5 member devices to create Raid 5 VD Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Access level denied or session activity timeout. Please log in again. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk Snapshot - Completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk Snapclone - Completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Virtual Disk Snapshot - Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Virtual Disk Snapclone - Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Restore Device - Completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Device Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Host record added successfully Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Logical component deleted successfully Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid host adapter ID Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Specified device is already a member of the system Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Create Folder - Completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Change Object Properties - Completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Comments exceed maximum size Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Completed disk group creation Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Added host port Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Discarded host port Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EMU/Shelf code load complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation will exceed the available capacity of the disk group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller(s) code load complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The target device is not in the right condition to perform the operation Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system Device Addition Policy changed successfully Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Maximum number of disk groups exceeded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Nsa object discard failed. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 There are not enough disks to meet the minimum number requirement Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 22068 22069 22070 22071 Event Code 88035634 88035635 88035636 88035637 Severity 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 2068 2069 2070 2071 Description Storage Cell: %1 Entry added successfully in the password file Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Entry updated successfully in the password file Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Entry discarded successfully in the password file Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 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. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Object not found. Operation on this object is completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 There is no more available space to create a Vdisk Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Name or comments contains invalid character(s) Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Duplicate - Another object with the same name is found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No healthy disk group(s) to create a Vdisk. Resolve any abnormal conditions in the disk group first. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operating System ID must be a valid number. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Watchdog successfully started Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Watchdog successfully stopped Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Delete Event Config List failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Disk group meltdown repaired successfully. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 There are no available LUNs to present this Vdisk. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller time synchronization turned on. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller time synchronization turned off. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 System login failed. Invalid password. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 System is not set for password validation. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Agent is already logged in to this system. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system time set to custom time. Controller time syncronization automatically turned off. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system time set to SAN appliance time. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system time set to browser time. Controller time syncronization automatically turned off. Event ID: %2 Description: %3

22072 22073 22074 22075 22076 22077 22078 22079 22080 22081 22082 22083 22084 22085 22086 22087 22088 22089 22090

88035638 88035639 8803563a 8803563b 8803563c 8803563d 8803563e 8803563f 88035640 88035641 88035642 88035643 88035644 88035645 88035646 88035647 88035648 88035649 8803564a

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2072 2073 2074 2075 2076 2077 2078 2079 2080 2081 2082 2083 2084 2085 2086 2087 2088 2089 2090

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Event ID 22091 22092 22093 22095 22096 23001 23002 23003 23004 23005 23006 23007 23008 23009 23010 23011 23012 23013 23014 23015 23016 23017 23018 23019 23020 23021 23022 23023 23024 Event Code 8803564b 8803564c 8803564d 8803564f 88035650 880359d9 880359da 880359db 880359dc 880359dd 880359de 880359df 880359e0 880359e1 880359e2 880359e3 880359e4 880359e5 880359e6 880359e7 880359e8 880359e9 880359ea 880359eb 880359ec 880359ed 880359ee 880359ef 880359f0 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 2091 2092 2093 2095 2096 3001 3002 3003 3004 3005 3006 3007 3008 3009 3010 3011 3012 3013 3014 3015 3016 3017 3018 3019 3020 3021 3022 3023 3024 Description Storage Cell: %1 Storage system time set to controller time. Controller time syncronization automatically turned off. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 DR group not found. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 A host must have at least one port. Cannot delete the only host port available. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Host creation failed. Maximum number of hosts reached. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Port already exists for this host. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Manager Offline Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Manager Online Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Manager - Startup Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Manager - Startup Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Manager - Abnormal Startup Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Manager - Shutdown Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Manager - Shutdown Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Manager - Abnormal Shutdown Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to open NSA Local Event Log File Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to open NSA Debug File Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Agent event file on SC MLD unavailable - trying local event file. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to open Local Temp Event File - possibly no initialized SC Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to clear NSA Local Event Log File Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to clear NSA Debug File Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to clear NSA Event Log File Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Local log file found on startup Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Queue Flush Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Log Event Action Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM File Manager Online Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM File Manager Offline Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM Log Manager Online Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM Log Manager Offline Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Startup Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Local NSA logfile is empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 23025 23026 23027 23028 23029 23030 23031 23032 23033 23034 23035 23036 23037 23038 23039 23040 23041 23042 23043 23044 23045 23046 23047 23048 23049 23050 23051 23052 Event Code 880359f1 880359f2 880359f3 880359f4 880359f5 880359f6 880359f7 880359f8 880359f9 880359fa 880359fb 880359fc 880359fd 880359fe 880359ff 88035a00 88035a01 88035a02 88035a03 88035a04 88035a05 88035a06 88035a07 88035a08 88035a09 88035a0a 88035a0b 88035a0c Severity 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 6 3 3 Evt. No. 3025 3026 3027 3028 3029 3030 3031 3032 3033 3034 3035 3036 3037 3038 3039 3040 3041 3042 3043 3044 3045 3046 3047 3048 3049 3050 3051 3052 Description Storage Cell: %1 Event Queue Online Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Queue Offline Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Event Queue is full Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Status Descriptions Unavailable Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM Description Mngr Online Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: User Defined Status Description File Initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM Description Mngr Start Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM Log Mngr Start Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM File Mngr Start Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM Event Queue Start Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: NSA log file unavailable Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM Memory Allocation Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Local Event Configuration File Unavailable Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: MLD Notification File Unavailable - retrieving local backup copy Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Local Notification Host List File Unavailable Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: SCMI returns zero SC Events but reports additional events Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Undefined Status Code Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Status Code Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM Failed SC Init - couldnt retrieve SC Event Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Override this description with missing filename Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid storage system event sequence number - cant retrieve event Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid SC termination event sequence number - cant retrieve event Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Event config file unavailable from MLD - retrieving local backup copy Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Local user defined event state file unavailable Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: EMU event monitoring thread unable to start Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: EMU event - this description will be overwritten Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Failed to write Event Config file to MLD Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Failed to write Notification Host List to MLD Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 23053 23054 23055 23056 23057 23058 23059 23060 23061 23062 23063 23064 23065 23066 23067 23068 23069 23070 23071 23072 23073 23074 23075 23076 Event Code 88035a0d 88035a0e 88035a0f 88035a10 88035a11 88035a12 88035a13 88035a14 88035a15 88035a16 88035a17 88035a18 88035a19 88035a1a 88035a1b 88035a1c 88035a1d 88035a1e 88035a1f 88035a20 88035a21 88035a22 88035a23 88035a24 Severity 2 2 3 2 2 3 3 6 2 2 3 6 6 3 3 6 6 6 3 3 6 3 2 3 Evt. No. 3053 3054 3055 3056 3057 3058 3059 3060 3061 3062 3063 3064 3065 3066 3067 3068 3069 3070 3071 3072 3073 3074 3075 3076 Description Storage Cell: %1 EM: Event Configuration Filename Error or File empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Notification Hostlist Filename Error or File empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Event Config List Object Reference Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: SC Parse File successfully uploaded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: SC Parse File upload failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Contents of the uploaded parse file invalid - unexpected contents Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Parse file is empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system being shutdown due to a command failure. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Could not retrieve a storage system event Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Init SC Event config list failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Could not initialize Comm infrastructure for event logging to system log Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Storage system pointer is NULL! Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Failed to log event to the Appliance event log: check if log is full Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Description Mngr initialize storage system failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Description file too small. File read problem Or Incomplete file. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Cant init NT Event object pointer Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Cant init NT Notification object pointer Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Appliance Event Logging Failure - log may be full Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: SCMI returned bad additional events number Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: SCMI returned zero sized SC Event Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Local event file Size exceeds max size - event logging shutdown Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: Local event file exceeded max size limit - truncating file Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EventQueue index passed is out of bounds Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: An abnormal number of duplicate events logged dropping duplicates Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 23077 23078 23079 23080 23081 23082 23083 23084 23085 23086 23090 23091 23092 23094 23095 24000 24001 24002 24003 24004 24005 24006 24007 24008 24009 24010 Event Code 88035a25 88035a26 88035a27 88035a28 88035a29 88035a2a 88035a2b 88035a2c 88035a2d 88035a2e 88035a32 88035a33 88035a34 88035a36 88035a37 88035dc0 88035dc1 88035dc2 88035dc3 88035dc4 88035dc5 88035dc6 88035dc7 88035dc8 88035dc9 88035dca Severity 2 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 3077 3078 3079 3080 3081 3082 3083 3084 3085 3086 3090 3091 3092 3094 3095 4000 4001 4002 4003 4004 4005 4006 4007 4008 4009 4010 Description Storage Cell: %1 EM: Update of the MLD Status Description file failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: NsaStatusDescriptions.txt open file error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 EM: NsaStatusDescriptions.txt file error - file size discrepancy from mld list Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 SC Event Log has been cleared and restarted. Possible RAID1 Meltdown. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid logType parameter Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unsupported version Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Log file is empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage System with this WWN is not visible to this agent or the WWN is invalid Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Pointer to Event Manager is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Parsefile for current firmware version not found. Upload correct parse file. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The contents of this file appear to be invalid Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The MIB failed to build due to a missing parse file. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD description file is older than local file but system is downrev Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 System is initialized: cant get activeQ events Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to write file - file could not be opened. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Subsystem Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Offline Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Online Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Startup Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Startup Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Abnormal Startup Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Shutdown Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Shutdown Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Abnormal Shutdown Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to startup WSA during MldMgr:init Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to get Server Host Name during MldMgr:init Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 24011 24012 24013 24014 24015 24016 24017 24018 24019 24020 24021 24022 24023 24024 24025 24026 24027 24028 24029 24030 24031 24032 24033 24034 24035 24036 24037 24038 24039 24040 Event Code 88035dcb 88035dcc 88035dcd 88035dce 88035dcf 88035dd0 88035dd1 88035dd2 88035dd3 88035dd4 88035dd5 88035dd6 88035dd7 88035dd8 88035dd9 88035dda 88035ddb 88035ddc 88035ddd 88035dde 88035ddf 88035de0 88035de1 88035de2 88035de3 88035de4 88035de5 88035de6 88035de7 88035de8 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 4011 4012 4013 4014 4015 4016 4017 4018 4019 4020 4021 4022 4023 4024 4025 4026 4027 4028 4029 4030 4031 4032 4033 4034 4035 4036 4037 4038 4039 4040 Description Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Host IP Address specified Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to open the NsaMldMgr.dat file for Write Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to open the NsaMldMgr.dat file for Read Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Agent Uid does not exist Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to find object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to find storage system object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to create MLD Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 lastSafeChoiceDelay Expired Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 lastSafeChoiceDelay Expired Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 crashDetectDelay Expired Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 retSCCBNum not an SCCB Num Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read Copy1 of MLD Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Copy 1 of MLD Invalid Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Copy block of MLD Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Copy 2 of MLD Invalid Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD database capacity not equal to true MLD capacity Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Backup range out of bounds of copy 1 range Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Lock Crash DetectDelay has expired, just taking lock! Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Copy 1 Restored Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Copy 2 Restored Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to find UidAssoc Object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store UID Association Object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to find UidAssoc Object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read last Fusion event read Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Notification Queue Empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to find Notification Object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store Notification Object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to find Notification Object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read Event Log Pointer Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 24041 24042 24043 24044 24045 24046 24047 24048 24049 24050 24051 24052 24053 24054 24055 24056 24057 24058 24059 25001 25002 25003 25004 25005 25006 25007 25008 25009 Event Code 88035de9 88035dea 88035deb 88035dec 88035ded 88035dee 88035def 88035df0 88035df1 88035df2 88035df3 88035df4 88035df5 88035df6 88035df7 88035df8 88035df9 88035dfa 88035dfb 880361a9 880361aa 880361ab 880361ac 880361ad 880361ae 880361af 880361b0 880361b1 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 4041 4042 4043 4044 4045 4046 4047 4048 4049 4050 4051 4052 4053 4054 4055 4056 4057 4058 4059 5001 5002 5003 5004 5005 5006 5007 5008 5009 Description Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read Event Log Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store Event Log Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read Event Log Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read Event Log and free Lock Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store Event Log and free Lock Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read Event Log and free Lock Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Previously Read Object Properties do not Match Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Previously Read Object Properties do not Match Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read Notification Host List Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store Notification Host List Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store Notification Host List and free Lock Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to read Event Configuration List Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store Event Configuration List Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to store Event Configuration List and free Lock Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD roll up buffer full Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD roll up list read error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Monitor Lock error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Mutex Timeout error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager list is empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor Startup Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor Startup Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor ShutDown Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor Memory Allocation Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor Mark Agent as Inactive Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor create thread error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor create timer error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor agent registration - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitor controller rediscovery - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 25010 25011 25012 25013 25014 25015 25016 25017 25018 25019 26001 26002 26003 26004 26005 26006 26007 26008 26009 26010 26011 26012 26013 26014 26015 26016 26017 26018 26019 26020 Event Code 880361b2 880361b3 880361b4 880361b5 880361b6 880361b7 880361b8 880361b9 880361ba 880361bb 88036591 88036592 88036593 88036594 88036595 88036596 88036597 88036598 88036599 8803659a 8803659b 8803659c 8803659d 8803659e 8803659f 880365a0 880365a1 880365a2 880365a3 880365a4 Severity 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 5010 5011 5012 5013 5014 5015 5016 5017 5018 5019 6001 6002 6003 6004 6005 6006 6007 6008 6009 6010 6011 6012 6013 6014 6015 6016 6017 6018 6019 6020 Description Storage Cell: %1 Monitor initiated a storage system management shutdown because of controller failures Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unknown storage system rediscovery complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Start monitoring thread for storage system - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Start monitoring thread for storage system - Fail Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Monitoring thread for storage system terminated Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Rediscover unknown storage system - Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller time synchronized to appliance time. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Appliance and controller time checked for synchronization. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller and appliance time are the same. No need to synchronize. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Exception caught in monitoring process. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ready Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Index Out of Range Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cannot access storage system. Communications error. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No controllers found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Index Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Memory allocation failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No physical stores found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No storage system found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No disk group found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Too many disk groups Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No volumes found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Logical Disks Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Context ID changed during operation Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Name Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Name Size Exceeded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Mutex Creation Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The command has timed out. Storage system is busy processing previous command. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No MLD Handle Set Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed Transport Layer Communication - No Such Id Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 26021 26022 26023 26024 26025 26026 26027 26028 26029 26030 26031 26032 26033 26034 26035 26036 26037 26038 26039 27001 27002 27003 27004 27005 27006 28001 28002 Event Code 880365a5 880365a6 880365a7 880365a8 880365a9 880365aa 880365ab 880365ac 880365ad 880365ae 880365af 880365b0 880365b1 880365b2 880365b3 880365b4 880365b5 880365b6 880365b7 88036979 8803697a 8803697b 8803697c 8803697d 8803697e 88036d61 88036d62 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 6021 6022 6023 6024 6025 6026 6027 6028 6029 6030 6031 6032 6033 6034 6035 6036 6037 6038 6039 7001 7002 7003 7004 7005 7006 8001 8002 Description Storage Cell: %1 Failed Transport Layer Communication - TimeOut Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No initialized storage system objects found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Attached Port Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to get SCMI Object Handle Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Both Restart And Power Off Requested Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Drive Shelf Power Off But No Enclosure Power Off Requested Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Disable Battery But No Enclosure Power Off Requested Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Disable Battery But Shutdown Unconditional Requested Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Delay Out Of Range Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cache Write Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Battery Disable Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Shelf Disable Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Battery Disable Failed on Both Controllers Batteries Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Battery Disable Failed on This Controllers Battery Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Battery Disable Failed on the Other Controllers Battery Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Requested disk failure protection level is set. Actual level will change when sufficient disk space is available. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Physical Store Contains Stale or Foreign Volume Information. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller Resynchronization or Reboot Occurred. Context Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Bad Command Or Response Cookie Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 More than one storage system found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system already exists Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage System is not initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage Object Mngr Ready Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage Object Mngr Shutdown Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system name too long Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Operation Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system already created Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 28003 28004 28005 28006 28007 28008 28009 28010 28011 28012 28013 28014 28015 28016 28017 28018 28019 28020 28021 28022 28023 28024 28025 28026 28027 28028 28029 28030 28031 28032 28033 28034 28035 Event Code 88036d63 88036d64 88036d65 88036d66 88036d67 88036d68 88036d69 88036d6a 88036d6b 88036d6c 88036d6d 88036d6e 88036d6f 88036d70 88036d71 88036d72 88036d73 88036d74 88036d75 88036d76 88036d77 88036d78 88036d79 88036d7a 88036d7b 88036d7c 88036d7d 88036d7e 88036d7f 88036d80 88036d81 88036d82 88036d83 Severity 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 6 3 6 3 2 3 2 Evt. No. 8003 8004 8005 8006 8007 8008 8009 8010 8011 8012 8013 8014 8015 8016 8017 8018 8019 8020 8021 8022 8023 8024 8025 8026 8027 8028 8029 8030 8031 8032 8033 8034 8035 Description Storage Cell: %1 Controller already part of storage system configuration Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Physical Store Count Below Minimum Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller not part of storage system configuration Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to uninitialize storage system Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system File Open Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system File Write Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system File Read Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Name too long Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No String Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No MLD Handle Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Controllers Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Controller Not Found On Loop Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Disk Groups Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Volumes Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Physical Stores Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Vdisks Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Hosts Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Name already exists Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Folder is not empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Spares goal could not be met Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system object found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system object not found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 New Physical Store Detected But Not Found In Physical Store List Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MldManager Handle is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NscMngrInterface Handle is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 ScLockMngr Handle is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system initialization failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MldMngr, NscMngrInterfaceMngr, or ScLockMngr Handle is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system initilization failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system discovery failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system already uninitialized or does not exist Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Total Storage Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system is uninitialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 28036 28037 28038 28039 28040 28041 28042 28043 28044 28045 28046 28047 28048 28049 28050 28051 28052 28053 28054 28055 28056 28057 28058 28059 28060 28061 28062 28063 28064 28065 28066 28067 28068 Event Code 88036d84 88036d85 88036d86 88036d87 88036d88 88036d89 88036d8a 88036d8b 88036d8c 88036d8d 88036d8e 88036d8f 88036d90 88036d91 88036d92 88036d93 88036d94 88036d95 88036d96 88036d97 88036d98 88036d99 88036d9a 88036d9b 88036d9c 88036d9d 88036d9e 88036d9f 88036da0 88036da1 88036da2 88036da3 88036da4 Severity 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Evt. No. 8036 8037 8038 8039 8040 8041 8042 8043 8044 8045 8046 8047 8048 8049 8050 8051 8052 8053 8054 8055 8056 8057 8058 8059 8060 8061 8062 8063 8064 8065 8066 8067 8068 Description Storage Cell: %1 Get Total Storage Available Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Total Storage Occupied Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Total Storage Free Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Disk Group Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Disk Group List Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Disk Group Count Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Create Volume Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Volume Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Volumes Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Volumes Count Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Vdisk Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Vdisk List Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Physical Store Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Physical Stores Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Physical Stores Count Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Create Vdisk Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Delete Vdisk Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Device Addition Policy Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Spares Current Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Spares Goal Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get storage system events failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Volume Replacement Delay Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Set Device Addition Policy Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Set Spares Goal Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Set Volume Replacement Delay Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Create controller Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Update controller Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Create Host Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Discard Host Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Host Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Host List Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Host Count Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Presented Unit List Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 28069 28070 28071 28072 28073 28074 28075 28076 28077 28078 28079 28080 28081 28082 28083 28084 28085 28086 28087 28088 28089 28090 29001 29002 29003 29004 29005 29006 29007 29008 Event Code 88036da5 88036da6 88036da7 88036da8 88036da9 88036daa 88036dab 88036dac 88036dad 88036dae 88036daf 88036db0 88036db1 88036db2 88036db3 88036db4 88036db5 88036db6 88036db7 88036db8 88036db9 88036dba 88037149 8803714a 8803714b 8803714c 8803714d 8803714e 8803714f 88037150 Severity 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 8069 8070 8071 8072 8073 8074 8075 8076 8077 8078 8079 8080 8081 8082 8083 8084 8085 8086 8087 8088 8089 8090 9001 9002 9003 9004 9005 9006 9007 9008 Description Storage Cell: %1 Get Presented Unit Count Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Free View Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system shutdown Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 StorageCell Virtual Disk Count Does Not Match Logical Disk Count Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Derived Unit List Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Derived Unit Count Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Vdisk list failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Get Vdisk count failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Error while building Vdisk root view Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Error while building host root view Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Error while building disk group root view Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Error while building hardware root view Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Specified time format is incorrect Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Error creating/opening time syncronization file. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NSCList reordered. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NscList mutex Get error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage System is managed by another agent Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Memory allocation failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to obtain list of DR Groups Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to obtain count of DR Groups Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to build DR Group view Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Devices found on Controller Back End Loops Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk File Open Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk File Write Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk File Read Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk name too long Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk No String Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk No Object Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk still exists Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk Invalid Value Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 29009 29010 29011 29012 29013 29014 29015 29016 29017 29018 29019 29020 29021 29022 29023 29024 29025 29026 29027 29028 29029 29030 Event Code 88037151 88037152 88037153 88037154 88037155 88037156 88037157 88037158 88037159 8803715a 8803715b 8803715c 8803715d 8803715e 8803715f 88037160 88037161 88037162 88037163 88037164 88037165 88037166 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 9009 9010 9011 9012 9013 9014 9015 9016 9017 9018 9019 9020 9021 9022 9023 9024 9025 9026 9027 9028 9029 9030 Description Storage Cell: %1 An outstanding command is still in progress for the Vdisk Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Requested Vdisk size exceeds the available size Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk size may be expanded but not reduced Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation on a fast Vdisk deletion completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation on a fast Vdisk creation completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation on a fast Vdisk size expansion completed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk cache data lost error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk data lost error resolved Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation rejected - The Vdisk has a sharing relationship with another object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation on this Vdisk was rejected due to its degraded condition Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation on this Vdisk can only be performed if it is presented to a host Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cache policies cannot be modified if Vdisk is presented to a host Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Allowed property changes successful. (Cache policy changes not allowed while Vdisk is presented to a host.) Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Requested redundancy type cannot be implemented with the current disk group condition. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Your Vdisk was created but cannot be presented at this time. It can be presented when it is fully allocated. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Operation would exceed the maximum allowable presented units. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk device data lost error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The most significant hex character in a World Wide LUN Name must be a 6. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Virtual disk cache and inoperative data lost error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Virtual disk inoperative data lost error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Virtual disk condition failed because of an inoperative data lost error. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk is a snapshot. The following properties cannot be changed: Preferred Path, Requested Size, Write-Back Cache Policy. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The World Wide LUN Name cannot be changed for a presented Vdisk Active member or snapshot. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unknown property, request rejected Event ID: %2 Description: %3

29031 29032

88037167 88037168

2 2

9031 9032

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Event ID 29033 29034 Event Code 88037169 8803716a Severity 2 2 Evt. No. 9033 9034 Description Storage Cell: %1 This Vdisk was deleted as the indirect result of another user command. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The requested allocation policy cannot be satisfied. A different allocation policy is already in use by another snapshot in the same family. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 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. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Synchronous creation of virtual disk has been aborted due to an internal error. Switching to asynchronous mode to complete the virtual disk creation. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage Object Broker Ready Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage Object Startup Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid storage system name Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage system is not initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to set storage system name Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 SOB Memory Allocation Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to find virtual disk from list Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to find host from list Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The Lun specified for this Host is already in use Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Your initialized system must have at least one disk group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cannot talk to all available controllers Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Command rejected - Folder is not empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Command rejected - Vdisk(s) or a data replication log are contained in this disk group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Command rejected - Vdisk(s) are presented to this host Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Command rejected - This Vdisk has a sharing relationship with another object Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Target storage system is currently being used by another process Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Command rejected - Number of disk groups will exceed the maximum allowable number Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cannot access the password file Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Enterprise Login - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Command rejected - Number of disks in the group would be below the minimum number required. Event ID: %2 Description: %3

29035

8803716b

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8803716c

9036

30001 30002 30003 30004 30005 30006 30007 30008 30009 30010 30011 30012 30013 30014 30015 30016 30017 30018 30019 30020

88037531 88037532 88037533 88037534 88037535 88037536 88037537 88037538 88037539 8803753a 8803753b 8803753c 8803753d 8803753e 8803753f 88037540 88037541 88037542 88037543 88037544

2 3 2 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10001 10002 10003 10004 10005 10006 10007 10008 10009 10010 10011 10012 10013 10014 10015 10016 10017 10018 10019 10020

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Event ID 30021 30022 30023 30024 30025 30026 30027 30028 30029 30030 30031 30034 Event Code 88037545 88037546 88037547 88037548 88037549 8803754a 8803754b 8803754c 8803754d 8803754e 8803754f 88037552 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 10021 10022 10023 10024 10025 10026 10027 10028 10029 10030 10031 10034 Description Storage Cell: %1 Rediscovery of controllers - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to establish communication with controller, check all connections. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Disk Group Data Lost Error Resolution Sequence 3 - Disk group resolved to normal Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Disk Group Data Lost Error Resolution Sequence 1 - Failed Vdisks marked for deletion Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Disk Group Data Lost Error Resolution Sequence 2 - Failed Vdisks deleted Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Disk Group Data Lost Error Resolution Sequence 3 - Disk group deleted Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Creating the Vdisk would exceed the maximum allowable Vdisk count Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Volume insufficient resources Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Process mutex is locked Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid URL request type Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid URL object type Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The basic license cannot be validated. Either the license key has not been entered, or there is a system communication failure. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The snapshot/Snapclone license cannot be validated. Either the license key has not been entered, or there is a system communication failure. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 A data replication license cannot be validated. Either the license key has not been entered, or there is a system communication failure. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Object name should not be empty or exceed its maximum length Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Object comments exceeds maximum length Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Vdisk does not meet the requirements to be part of a DR group. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 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. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cannot group the specified disk device because the disk is already in a disk group. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cannot ungroup the specified disk device because the disk is not grouped. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Object ID provided, or object type, is invalid for the requested operation. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Agent startup complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Agent shutdown complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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88037553

10035

30036

88037554

10036

30037 30038 30039 30040

88037555 88037556 88037557 88037558

2 2 2 2

10037 10038 10039 10040

30041 30042 30043 31001 31002

88037559 8803755a 8803755b 88037919 8803791a

2 2 2 2 2

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Event ID 31003 31004 32000 32001 32002 32003 32004 32005 32007 32008 33001 33002 33003 33004 33005 33006 33007 33008 33009 33010 33011 33012 33013 33014 33015 33016 33017 33018 33019 33020 Event Code 8803791b 8803791c 88037d00 88037d01 88037d02 88037d03 88037d04 88037d05 88037d07 88037d08 880380e9 880380ea 880380eb 880380ec 880380ed 880380ee 880380ef 880380f0 880380f1 880380f2 880380f3 880380f4 880380f5 880380f6 880380f7 880380f8 880380f9 880380fa 880380fb 880380fc Severity 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 6 6 6 2 3 2 2 2 6 2 6 6 2 3 Evt. No. 11003 11004 12000 12001 12002 12003 12004 12005 12007 12008 13001 13002 13003 13004 13005 13006 13007 13008 13009 13010 13011 13012 13013 13014 13015 13016 13017 13018 13019 13020 Description Storage Cell: %1 Insufficient memory to create a new object, Heap may be full! Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Agent Startup Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Nsc Manager Interface First Status Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Nsc Manager Interface No controllers Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Nsc Manager Interface Index Out Of Range Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Unable to process command at this time. Retry the command or check all connections. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Nsc Manager Interface Initialization Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Nsc Manager Interface Initialization Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Lock description not null but failed to get context ID Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Disk Groups Available For Access Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM Good Status Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Notification Mngr Online Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Notification Mngr Offline Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM Startup Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM Startup Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Notification Succeeded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Notification Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Notification Failed - MLD Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Notification Failed - Network Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM Shutdown Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM Shutdown Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM Prev Failed Notification Successfully Notified Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM SNMP Manager Online Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM SNMP Packet Sent Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM SNMP Packet Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM SNMP Manager Offline Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM Memory Allocation Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM StorageCell handle is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM User defined event state file is empty Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 NM Notification Failed - Notification Matrix is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 34001 34002 34003 34004 34005 34006 34007 34008 34009 34010 34011 34012 34013 34014 34015 34016 34017 34018 35001 35002 35003 35004 35005 35006 35007 35008 35009 36001 36002 36003 Event Code 880384d1 880384d2 880384d3 880384d4 880384d5 880384d6 880384d7 880384d8 880384d9 880384da 880384db 880384dc 880384dd 880384de 880384df 880384e0 880384e1 880384e2 880388b9 880388ba 880388bb 880388bc 880388bd 880388be 880388bf 880388c0 880388c1 88038ca1 88038ca2 88038ca3 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 14001 14002 14003 14004 14005 14006 14007 14008 14009 14010 14011 14012 14013 14014 14015 14016 14017 14018 15001 15002 15003 15004 15005 15006 15007 15008 15009 16001 16002 16003 Description Storage Cell: %1 View Already Exists Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Is Not Set Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No View Object(s) Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Index Is Out Of Range Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Object - Invalid Object Condition Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Object - Invalid Object Type Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View List Pointer is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Object Pointer is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Building View List Object - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Building View List Object - Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Size is Zero Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Find by UID Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Find by Type Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Find by Index Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Find by Name Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Find by WWN Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Find by Type by Name Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 View Find by Name by Type Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree View Symbol Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree View Id Symbol Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree Cursor Symbol Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree Cursor Id Symbol Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree Sibling Symbol Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree Total Children Symbol Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree Expansion Symbol Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree Contraction Symbol Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Tree Invalid Descriptor String Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Short Status - Reissue Command Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Could Not Read ALPA Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Invalid Request Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 36004 36005 36006 36007 36008 36009 36010 36011 36012 36013 36014 36015 36016 36017 36018 36019 36020 36021 36022 36023 36024 36025 36026 36027 Event Code 88038ca4 88038ca5 88038ca6 88038ca7 88038ca8 88038ca9 88038caa 88038cab 88038cac 88038cad 88038cae 88038caf 88038cb0 88038cb1 88038cb2 88038cb3 88038cb4 88038cb5 88038cb6 88038cb7 88038cb8 88038cb9 88038cba 88038cbb Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 16004 16005 16006 16007 16008 16009 16010 16011 16012 16013 16014 16015 16016 16017 16018 16019 16020 16021 16022 16023 16024 16025 16026 16027 Description Storage Cell: %1 Ema Invalid Handle Set In Request Packet Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema No Pstore At Referenced Location Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema No Primary EMU Selected Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Invalid SubEnclosure ID Specified Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema No Device Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Request Packet Missing Parameter Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Could Not Find SubEnclosure in Configuration List Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Alarm Or Status Event Information Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Non-specific error occurred Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Shelf WWN Could Not Be Accessed Through A Drive Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Failed To Enter Primary Mode Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Failed To Exit Primary Mode Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Downloaded File Does Not Contain Valid Fibre Channel Loader [status:1] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Downloaded File Format Is Not Recognized [status:2] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Incorrect Firmware In Downloaded File [status:3] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Downloaded Loader is Too Large [status:4] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Invalid Checksum [status:5] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Previous Offset Plus Previous Length Not Equal To Current Offset [status:6] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Downloaded Loader Terminated Incorrectly [status:7] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Out Of Memory [status:8] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU CDB Timeout -- Download Aborted [status:9] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Internal State Machine Error [status:10] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Flash Erasure Failure [status:11] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU In Primary Mode - Cannot Download To Primary EMU [status:12] Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 36028 36029 36030 36031 36032 36033 36034 36035 36036 36037 36038 Event Code 88038cbc 88038cbd 88038cbe 88038cbf 88038cc0 88038cc1 88038cc2 88038cc3 88038cc4 88038cc5 88038cc6 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 16028 16029 16030 16031 16032 16033 16034 16035 16036 16037 16038 Description Storage Cell: %1 Ema Previous Offset Plus Previous Length Greater Than Total Size [status:13] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Current Total Size Different From Previous Total Size [status:14] Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Could Not Restore Reporting Group Number. Final Download Record Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Could Not Recovery From Invop. Invop Retries Exhausted Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Requested WWN Does Not Match Enclosure WWN Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Enclosure Services Error Occurred. EMU May Be Unavailable or Not Installed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema SCSI Error Occurred While Trying To Communicate With EMU Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema Could Not Open EMU Firmware File Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Firmware File Name Is Null Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Firmware Download Retries Exhausted. Manual Download May Be Required Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Current Firmware Version Matches Upgrade Firmware Version. No Upgrade Will Be Performed. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU Firmware Upgrade Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Ema EMU In Load State. Do Not Power Off. Reload EMU Firmware Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Descriptor File Open Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Descriptor File Parsing Error - Invalid Line Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Image File Open Error, Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Image File Error Getting File Size Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Image File Buffer Allocation Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Image File Read Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Drive Firmware Update Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Drive Inquiry Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Format Command Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Format Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3

36039 36040 37001 37002 37003 37004 37005 37006 37007 37008 37009 37010

88038cc7 88038cc8 88039089 8803908a 8803908b 8803908c 8803908d 8803908e 8803908f 88039090 88039091 88039092

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 3 3 3

16039 16040 17001 17002 17003 17004 17005 17006 17007 17008 17009 17010

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Event ID 37011 37012 37013 37014 37015 37016 37017 38001 38002 38003 38004 38005 38006 38007 38008 38009 38010 38018 38019 38022 38024 38025 38028 38034 38036 38038 38039 38040 38041 38042 Event Code 88039093 88039094 88039095 88039096 88039097 88039098 88039099 88039471 88039472 88039473 88039474 88039475 88039476 88039477 88039478 88039479 8803947a 88039482 88039483 88039486 88039488 88039489 8803948c 88039492 88039494 88039496 88039497 88039498 88039499 8803949a Severity 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 17011 17012 17013 17014 17015 17016 17017 18001 18002 18003 18004 18005 18006 18007 18008 18009 18010 18018 18019 18022 18024 18025 18028 18034 18036 18038 18039 18040 18041 18042 Description Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Restore Volume Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Get Physical Store Condition Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Get Volume Condition Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Drive Spin Up Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load - Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Disk Group Migration In Progress Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Code Load Unable To Code Load Disks Part Of A Group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Created Element Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Created Storage Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Created Storage Client Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Set Storage Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Set Element Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Deleted Element Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Deleted Storage Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Deleted Storage Client Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Created Snapshot Success Storage Cell: %1 Api Created Clone Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Unable To Get The Lock Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Created PresentedUnit Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Create DiskGroup Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Create Folder Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Delete Folder Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Set Folder Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Invalid User Name Or Password Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Delete Presented Unit Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Set Diskgroup Success Description: %3 Event ID: %2

Storage Cell: %1 Api Set Disk Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Delete Storage Family Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Set Storage Family Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Control Memory Allocation Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 38045 38047 38048 38049 38050 38051 38052 38059 38060 38063 38065 38066 38067 38068 38070 38071 38073 38074 38075 38076 38079 Event Code 8803949d 8803949f 880394a0 880394a1 880394a2 880394a3 880394a4 880394ab 880394ac 880394af 880394b1 880394b2 880394b3 880394b4 880394b6 880394b7 880394b9 880394ba 880394bb 880394bc 880394bf Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 18045 18047 18048 18049 18050 18051 18052 18059 18060 18063 18065 18066 18067 18068 18070 18071 18073 18074 18075 18076 18079 Description Storage Cell: %1 Api Element Codeload Success %3 Event ID: %2 Description:

Storage Cell: %1 Api Disk Codeload Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Monitor Codeload Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Added Port WWID Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Set Storage Client Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Invalid Operation Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Deleted Port WWID Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Set Power Success Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Element Is Not Initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Error trying to delete a disk group Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api A storage (Vdisk) operation is in progress. Try again later. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api The storage (Vdisk) condition is invalid. The storage may be in error. Try again later. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Error calling get Vdisk condition. Vdisk may be deleted. Try again later. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Invalid initialization of the API. Cannot start monitoring process. Storage system management limited. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api A command is currently under execution from another API call. Try again later. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api The server has not completed initialization, cannot process the request. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Removal of disk from disk group successful Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Disk(s) added to disk group successfully Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Modify monitor properties successful Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Element name too long. Maximum is 20 characters. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api The basic license cannot be validated. Either the license key has not been entered, or there is a system communication failure. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api The snapshot/Snapclone license cannot be validated. Either the license key has not been entered, or there is a system communication failure. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api The folder operation is not valid for the specified folder. Either the folder is a root folder and cannot be modified, or it is a disk group folder for which you should use Set Group command. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Api Cannot create the clone copy because the target storage is not presented. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage Cell Lock Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 147

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880394c1

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880394c2 88039859

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 39002 39003 39004 39005 39006 39007 39008 39009 39010 40001 40002 40003 40004 40005 40011 40012 40013 40014 40015 40016 40017 40018 40019 40020 40021 40022 40023 Event Code 8803985a 8803985b 8803985c 8803985d 8803985e 8803985f 88039860 88039861 88039862 88039c41 88039c42 88039c43 88039c44 88039c45 88039c4b 88039c4c 88039c4d 88039c4e 88039c4f 88039c50 88039c51 88039c52 88039c53 88039c54 88039c55 88039c56 88039c57 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 6 6 2 6 2 3 3 3 6 6 3 3 3 3 3 6 2 2 2 Evt. No. 19002 19003 19004 19005 19006 19007 19008 19009 19010 20001 20002 20003 20004 20005 20011 20012 20013 20014 20015 20016 20017 20018 20019 20020 20021 20022 20023 Description Storage Cell: %1 Storage Cell Deleted Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 An outstanding command is in-progress for the selected storage system. Please try again later. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Lock Wait Time too large Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Place Request In Q Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No Match for Q Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Agent Wait Timeout Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Free Lock Unsuccessful Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Lock Manager Mutex Timeout Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Lock Queue Memory Allocation Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 LicMngr Memory Allocation Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 LicMngr Startup Complete Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 LicMngr Startup Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 License successfully checked out Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 License checkout failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 License Line has an incorrect format Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 License file with this Node WWID is missing Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 License Library runtime error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 New License Job invocation failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to retrieve Node WWN from storage system Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to retrieve license list from MLD Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Failed to write license list to MLD Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 This license line appears to be invalid Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 MLD Manager Handle is NULL - unable to update MLD License List Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 LicMngr: Storage system handle is NULL Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The license you entered is a valid license but not for the Node WWN on this controller pair Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Function name string is null or in an incorrect format Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Version string is null or in an incorrect format Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 41001 41002 41003 41004 41005 41006 41007 41008 41009 41010 41011 41012 41013 41014 41015 41016 41017 41018 41019 42001 42002 43002 43003 44001 Event Code 8803a029 8803a02a 8803a02b 8803a02c 8803a02d 8803a02e 8803a02f 8803a030 8803a031 8803a032 8803a033 8803a034 8803a035 8803a036 8803a037 8803a038 8803a039 8803a03a 8803a03b 8803a411 8803a412 8803a7fa 8803a7fb 8803abe1 Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 6 2 Evt. No. 21001 21002 21003 21004 21005 21006 21007 21008 21009 21010 21011 21012 21013 21014 21015 21016 21017 21018 21019 22001 22002 23002 23003 24001 Description Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Image File Open Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Image File Buffer Allocation Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Image File Read Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Event File Write Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Drive Firmware Update Failed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Global Header Edc Compute Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Image Header Edc Compute Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Image Type Exceeds Max Image Count Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Image Type Not Controller Image Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Image Size Exceeded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Event File Open Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Image Edc Compute Error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Begin Text Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager After Text Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager File Format Version Mismatch Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Global Header Format Version Mismatch Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Product Information Was Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager Event File Was Not Found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 HSV Upgrade Manager All Images Match Versions Already Loaded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Trace: Unable to write management agent trace file Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Trace: file write succeeded Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Diagnostic The view list has errors Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Diagnostic Memory allocation failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Windows system error Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Event ID 44002 44003 44004 45001 45002 45003 45004 45005 45006 45007 45008 45009 45010 45011 45012 45013 45014 45015 45016 45017 45018 45019 46002 46005 46006 46007 46008 46009 46010 46011 Event Code 8803abe2 8803abe3 8803abe4 8803afc9 8803afca 8803afcb 8803afcc 8803afcd 8803afce 8803afcf 8803afd0 8803afd1 8803afd2 8803afd3 8803afd4 8803afd5 8803afd6 8803afd7 8803afd8 8803afd9 8803afda 8803afdb 8803b3b2 8803b3b5 8803b3b6 8803b3b7 8803b3b8 8803b3b9 8803b3ba 8803b3bb Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 24002 24003 24004 25001 25002 25003 25004 25005 25006 25007 25008 25009 25010 25011 25012 25013 25014 25015 25016 25017 25018 25019 26002 26005 26006 26007 26008 26009 26010 26011 Description Storage Cell: %1 Lock is already taken Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Lock is not taken Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Request timed out Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No path to controller Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Thread is not running Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No physical stores Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Loop context ID changed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage Cell context ID changed Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Cache Write Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Battery Disable Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Drive Shelf Disable Failure Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Both Restart And Power Off Requested Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Drive Shelf Power Off But No Enclosure Power Off Requested Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Disable Battery But No Enclosure Power Off Requested Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Disable Battery But Shutdown Unconditional Requested Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Shutdown Delay Out Of Range Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid Storage Cell name Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Requested spares goal cannot be satisfied Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 No valid LDAD found Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Mismatched MLD size Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Codeload image file error Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Storage System is not initialized Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Invalid data replication operation Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 DR group name exceeds maximum length Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 DR group created successfully Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data replication invalid mode for DR Group create Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data replication duplicate group name Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data replication invalid operation while DR Groups exist Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data replication root folder does not exist Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 DR group discarded Event ID: %2 Description: %3

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 46012 46013 46014 46015 46016 47001 47002 47003 47004 47005 47006 Event Code 8803b3bc 8803b3bd 8803b3be 8803b3bf 8803b3c0 8803b799 8803b79a 8803b79b 8803b79c 8803b79d 8803b79e Severity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Evt. No. 26012 26013 26014 26015 26016 27001 27002 27003 27004 27005 27006 Description Storage Cell: %1 Data replication unknown remote storage system Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data replication Error. A conflicting Vdisk name exists on the remote storage system. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data Replication Error. Invalid Remote Vdisk Name specified. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data Replication Error. Remote Vdisk size cannot be modified. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 Data Replication Error. Remote Vdisk should be unpresented to proceed with the discard/detach operation. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully initalized storage system. Command issued through XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a virtual disk. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a disk group. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a DRM group. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a host. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a presented unit. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a virtual disk folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a host folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a disk group folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a DRM group folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a snapshot. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully created a snapclone. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully unitialized the storage system. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a virtual disk. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a disk group. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3

47007

8803b79f

27007

47008 47009

8803b7a0 8803b7a1

2 2

27008 27009

47010

8803b7a2

27010

47011 47012 47013 47014

8803b7a3 8803b7a4 8803b7a5 8803b7a6

2 2 2 2

27011 27012 27013 27014

47015 47016

8803b7a7 8803b7a8

2 2

27015 27016

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 47017 47018 47019 Event Code 8803b7a9 8803b7aa 8803b7ab Severity 2 2 2 Evt. No. 27017 27018 27019 Description Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a DRM group. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a host. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a presented unit. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a virtual disk folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a host folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a disk group folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a DRM group folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully deleted a snapshot. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a storage system. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a virtual disk. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a disk group. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a DRM group. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a host. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a presented unit. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a virtual disk folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a host folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3

47020

8803b7ac

27020

47021 47022

8803b7ad 8803b7ae

2 2

27021 27022

47023

8803b7af

27023

47024 47025 47026

8803b7b0 8803b7b1 8803b7b2

2 2 2

27024 27025 27026

47027

8803b7b3

27027

47028

8803b7b4

27028

47029

8803b7b5

27029

47030

8803b7b6

27030

47031

8803b7b7

27031

47032

8803b7b8

27032

47033

8803b7b9

27033

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Table 10: Command View EVA Event Codes: Management Agent Events (Continued)
Event ID 47034 Event Code 8803b7ba Severity 2 Evt. No. 27034 Description Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a hardware root folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a disk group folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a DRM group folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a DRM group root folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a folder. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a snapshot. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a disk. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a disk shelf. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a controller. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a controller shelf. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully modified the properties of a cabinet. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully reserved an object. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 The element manager has successfully released an object. Command issued through the XML Interface. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 XML cache mutex timeout. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 XML cache memory allocation error. Event ID: %2 Description: %3 Storage Cell: %1 XML subsystem unknown error. Event ID: %2 Description: %3

47035

8803b7bb

27035

47036

8803b7bc

27036

47037

8803b7bd

27037

47038

8803b7be

27038

47039

8803b7bf

27039

47040

8803b7c0

27040

47041

8803b7c1

27041

47042

8803b7c2

27042

47043

8803b7c3

27043

47044

8803b7c4

27044

47045 47046 47047 47048 47049

8803b7c5 8803b7c6 8803b7c7 8803b7c8 8803b7c9

2 2 2 2 2

27045 27046 27047 27048 27049

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