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1 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express V16.0/ Storage Cruiser V16.0 Event Guide B1FW ENZ0(01) May 2014

2 Preface Purpose This manual explains the events displayed on FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser or FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express of the following FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF products and these event types. - FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express (hereafter referred to as "Express") - FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser (hereafter referred to as "Storage Cruiser") - FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager (hereafter referred to as "AdvancedCopy Manager") There are two types of events. One is a "set event" of which settings are described when the settings are made from this product to the device. The other is an "asynchronous event" that is displayed by decoding the SNMP Trap from the device. The trap events displayed here are displayed by default, but their display can be customized using the SNMP Trap XML definition file. Refer to "SNMP Trap XML Definition File" in the ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser Operation Guide for more information. Intended Readers Anyone who plans, installs, configures, and maintains Storage Cruiser or Express to increase the availability of a system should read this manual. For system design, it is assumed that a basic knowledge of the configuration methods of servers, storage devices and networks is possessed. Organization This manual is composed as follows: Chapter 1 Notes about Common Traps for Devices This chapter describes the notes about common traps for devices. Chapter 2 Server Node Events This chapter describes the server node events to be displayed by this software. Chapter 3 Fibre Channel Switch Events This chapter describes the Fibre Channel switch events to be displayed by this software. Chapter 4 Storage Device Events This chapter describes the storage device events to be displayed by this software. Chapter 5 Tape Library Events This chapter describes the tape library events to be displayed by this software. Chapter 6 Fibre Alliance MIB Support Device Events This chapter describes the Fibre Alliance MIB support device events to be displayed by this software. Chapter 7 Performance Management Traps This chapter describes traps of the performance management function of this software. Chapter 8 Device Polling Event This chapter describes events about the device polling function of this software. Notation The names, abbreviations, and symbols shown below are used in this manual. Operating Systems - i -

3 Formal Name Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2003, Standard Edition Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2003, Standard x64 Edition Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2003, Enterprise Edition Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2003, Enterprise x64 Edition Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2003 R2, Standard Edition Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2003 R2, Standard x64 Edition Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2003 R2, Enterprise Edition Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2003 R2, Enterprise x64 Edition Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 Standard (32-bit)(64-bit) Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 Standard without Hyper-V(TM) (32-bit)(64- bit) Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 Enterprise (32-bit)(64-bit) Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 Enterprise without Hyper-V(TM) (32-bit)(64- bit) Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 Datacenter (32-bit)(64-bit) Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 Datacenter without Hyper-V(TM) (32-bit) (64-bit) Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 R2 Foundation Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 R2 Standard Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 R2 Enterprise Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2008 R2 Datacenter Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2012 Standard Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2012 Datacenter Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2012 R2 Standard Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) 2012 R2 Datacenter Windows Vista(R) Home Basic Windows Vista(R) Home Premium Windows Vista(R) Business Windows Vista(R) Enterprise Windows Vista(R) Ultimate Windows(R) 7 Home Basic Windows(R) 7 Home Premium Windows(R) 7 Professional Windows(R) 7 Enterprise Windows(R) 7 Ultimate Windows(R) 8 Windows(R) 8 Pro Windows(R) 8.1 Windows(R) 8.1 Pro Abbreviation Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2012 R2 Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows 8.1 Windows Solaris(TM) 9 Operating System Solaris 9 Solaris or Oracle Solaris 10 Solaris 10 Solaris OS Oracle Solaris 11 Solaris 11 Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) AS (v.4 for x86) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) AS (v.4 for EM64T) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) ES (v.4 for x86) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) ES (v.4 for EM64T) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) 5 (for x86) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) 5 (for Intel64) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) 6 (for x86) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) 6 (for Intel64) RHEL-AS4 RHEL-ES4 RHEL5 RHEL6 Linux - ii -

4 Formal Name SUSE(R) Linux Enterprise Server 11 for x86 SUSE(R) Linux Enterprise Server 11 for EM64T HP-UX 11i HP-UX 11i v2 HP-UX 11i v3 AIX(R) V6.1 AIX(R) V7.1 VMware vsphere(r) 4 Essentials Kit VMware vsphere(r) 4 Essentials Plus Kit VMware vsphere(r) 4 Standard Edition(TM) VMware vsphere(r) 4 Standard Plus Data Recovery VMware vsphere(r) 4 Advanced Edition(TM) VMware vsphere(r) 4 Enterprise Edition(TM) VMware vsphere(r) 4 Enterprise Plus Edition(TM) VMware vsphere(r) 5 Essentials Kit VMware vsphere(r) 5 Essentials Plus Kit VMware vsphere(r) 5 Standard Edition(TM) VMware vsphere(r) 5 Standard Plus Data Recovery VMware vsphere(r) 5 Enterprise Edition(TM) VMware vsphere(r) 5 Enterprise Plus Edition(TM) Abbreviation SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 HP-UX AIX VMware vsphere 4 VMware vsphere 5 VMware Oracle Solaris might be described as Solaris, Solaris Operating System, or Solaris OS. FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS Formal Name FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX60/DX60 S2 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX80/DX80 S2 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX90/DX90 S2 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX100 S3 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX200 S3 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX410 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX440 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX410 S2 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX440 S2 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX500 S3 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX600 S3 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX8100 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX8400 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX8700 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX8100 S2 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX8700 S2 FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX200F - Abbreviation - ETERNUS DX series or ETERNUS Disk storage system ETERNUS DX400 series ETERNUS DX400 S2 series - ETERNUS DX8000 series ETERNUS DX8000 S2 series ETERNUS DX400/ DX400 S2 series ETERNUS DX8000/ DX8000 S2 series Each individual device name in this document is listed with "FUJITSU Storage" omitted from it. Software Products Formal Name Microsoft(R) Internet Explorer(R) Mozilla(R) Firefox(R) Microsoft(R) Cluster Service Abbreviation Internet Explorer Firefox MSCS - iii -

5 Formal Name Microsoft(R) Windows Server(R) Failover Clustering Microsoft(R) Exchange Server Microsoft(R) SQL Server(R) FUJITSU Software PRIMECLUSTER Global Disk Services FUJITSU Software PRIMECLUSTER Global File Services FUJITSU Software Symfoware Server Enterprise Extended Edition FUJITSU Software Symfoware Server Enterprise Edition Abbreviation WSFC Exchange Server SQL Server GDS GFS Symfoware Manuals Formal Name FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express / ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser / ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager Quick Reference FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express / ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser / ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager Release Notes FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express / ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser / ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager Installation and Setup Guide FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express / ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser / ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager Migration Guide FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express / ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser / ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager Web Console Guide FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser / ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager Cluster Environment Setup Guide FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express / ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser / ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager Messages FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express / ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser Event Guide FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS SF Express / ETERNUS SF Storage Cruiser / ETERNUS SF AdvancedCopy Manager Glossary Abbreviation ETERNUS SF Quick Reference ETERNUS SF Release Notes ETERNUS SF Installation and Setup Guide ETERNUS SF Migration Guide ETERNUS SF Web Console Guide ETERNUS SF Cluster Environment Setup Guide ETERNUS SF Messages ETERNUS SF Event Guide ETERNUS SF Glossary Besides the above-mentioned, each individual manual name in this document is listed with "FUJITSU Storage" omitted from it. Others - In this document, "ETERNUS LT20/LT40/LT60" includes ETERNUS LT20 S2/LT40 S2/LT60 S2. - In this document, unless there is a special explanatory note, ETERNUS DX200 S3 indicates ETERNUS DX200 S3 and ETERNUS DX200F. In addition, ETERNUS Disk storage system includes ETERNUS DX200F All Flash Arrays. However, the following functions are not supported in ETERNUS DX200F: - Energy saving operation for storage device - NAS operation for storage device - Automated Storage Tiering operation at multiple tiers (two or more) Export Controls Exportation/release of this document may require necessary procedures in accordance with the regulations of your resident country and/or US export control laws. - iv -

6 Trademarks - Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and Internet Explorer are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. - UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. - Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. - Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. - Red Hat and RPM are registered trademarks of Red Hat, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. - SUSE is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc., in the United States and other countries. - HP-UX is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company in the United States and other countries. - AIX is a trademark or a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States and other countries. - VMware, VMware logo, Virtual SMP, and vmotion are the registered trademarks or trademarks of VMware, Inc. in the United States and other countries. - All other trademarks and product names are the property of their respective owners. Shipment Date and Revision History Document Part Number Shipment Date Revision PDF HTML December B1FW ENZ0(00) B1FW ENZ2(00) May B1FW ENZ0(01) B1FW ENZ2(01) Notes - No part of this manual may be reproduced without permission. - This manual is subject to change without advance notice. - The following model numbers are different in Japan and other countries. When the model number of Japan appears in the text, please take it as also referring to the model number of the other countries. Japan GP7B8FC1 PG-FC102 PG-FC105 PG-FC106 PG-FC107 PG-FC201 PG-FC202/202L PG-FC203/203L PG-FC204/204L PG-FCD101 PG-FCD201 PG-FCD202 PW008FC2 Other Countries GP7B8FC1U SNP:SY-F2244E2-P, SNP:SY-F2244E2-A, SNP:SY-F2244L2-P S26361-F2624-E1 S26361-F2843-E1 S26361-F3141-E10, S26361-F3141-E210 S26361-F3141-E1 S26361-F3306-E1, S26361-F3306-E201 S26361-F3961-E1, S26361-F3961-E201 S26361-F3961-E2 S26361-F3023-E1 S26361-F3306-E601 S26361-D2865-A100 PW008FC2U - v -

7 Japan PW008FC3 SE0X7F11F SE0X7F12F SE0X7F21F SE0X7F22F XSEFC401AF XSEFC402AF PW008FC3U SE0X7F11X SE0X7F12X SE0X7F21X SE0X7F22X XSEFC401AU, XSEFC401AX XSEFC402AU, XSEFC402AX Other Countries This product model is not the same in all regions. Please check with your sales representative to see the model name in your area. Copyright Copyright FUJITSU LIMITED Update History Content of Update Updated Section Revision The information related to ETERNUS DX200F was described. "Others" in Preface 1.1 Manual Organization and Reading Suggestions Manual Organization The following table describes the Manual organization of Express, Storage Cruiser and AdvancedCopy Manager. When to Read Before installation During installation During operation Related Manuals (Abbreviated) Related Products (*1) Explanation EXP SC ACM Quick Reference Yes Yes Yes This manual is common for all products. Release Notes Yes Yes Yes This manual is common for all products. Overview - - Yes This manual is unique for the product. Installation and Setup Guide Cluster Environment Setup Guide Yes Yes Yes This manual is common for all products. - Yes Yes This manual is common for Storage Cruiser and AdvancedCopy Manager. Migration Guide Yes Yes Yes This manual is common for all products. Operation Guide Yes Yes Yes This manual is unique for each product. The following manuals are available: - Express Operation Guide - Storage Cruiser Operation Guide - Storage Cruiser Operation Guide for Optimization Function - AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for Windows) - vi -

8 When to Read Related Manuals (Abbreviated) Related Products (*1) Explanation EXP SC ACM - AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for Solaris) - AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for Linux) - AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for HP-UX) - AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for AIX) - AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide for Copy Control Module Web Console Guide Yes Yes Yes This manual is common for all products. Anytime Event Guide Yes Yes - This manual is common for Express and Storage Cruiser. Messages Yes Yes Yes This manual is common for all products. Glossary Yes Yes Yes This manual is common for all products. *1: "EXP" indicates Express, "SC" indicates Storage Cruiser and "ACM" indicates AdvancedCopy Manager. How to Read Manuals Please use the following table to find the most useful information in the Express, Storage Cruiser and AdvancedCopy Manager manuals to answer your inquiry. Purpose Manual Main Contents How to Read Acquiring a product overview and basic operation knowledge Quick Reference - Product overview - Installation decision - Overview of the necessary tasks from installation to first use Please read if you want to acquire a fundamental knowledge of the product and its operation in order to decide to install it or not. AdvancedCopy Manager Overview - Main functions - Linkable applications - Procedure overview for Advanced Copy of ETERNUS Disk storage system Confirming the updated contents Deciding if a version upgrade is required Installing and correctly operating the product Setting up operating environment Release Notes Migration Guide Installation and Setup Guide - New function overview - Incompatibilities with previous version - Fixed bugs - Notes and cautions about version upgrade - Version upgrade procedure - Operating environment - Installation procedure - Setup procedure - Uninstallation procedure Please read if you want to know the updated contents from a previous version and if you perform the upgrade. Please read if you want to upgrade from a previous version. Please read if you want to install and setup the product. Cluster Environment Setup Guide - Supported cluster software Please read if you want to install and setup the product on a clustered system. - vii -

9 Purpose Manual Main Contents How to Read depending on purpose - Installation procedure for a clustered system - Setup procedure for a clustered system - Uninstallation procedure for a clustered system Administration and operation of the installed system Express Operation Guide - Starting and stopping the software - Device monitoring - Data copy inside the storage system - Necessary tasks after an architectural modification of the system as well as product maintenance Storage Cruiser Operation Guide - Starting and stopping the software - Device monitoring - Necessary tasks after an architectural modification of the system as well as product maintenance - Command reference Please read if you want to start or shutdown the system, monitor the operation status, do backup/restore operations, etc. Storage Cruiser Operation Guide for Optimization Function - Operating environment construction - Operating status monitoring - Necessary tasks after an architectural modification of the system as well as product maintenance - Command reference AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for Windows) AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for Solaris) AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for Linux) AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for HP-UX) AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide (for AIX) - Starting and stopping the software - Data backup/restore inside the storage system - Necessary tasks after an architectural modification of the system as well as product maintenance - Command reference AdvancedCopy Manager Operation Guide for Copy Control Module Web Console Guide - Operating environment - Screen layout description Please read if you want to understand the ETERNUS SF Web Console. - viii -

10 Purpose Manual Main Contents How to Read Dealing with messages issued by the software Messages - Messages and their explanations - Parameter (variable information) description - System action Please read if you want a practical way of investigating and dealing with messages issued by the software. - Countermeasures Dealing with events issued by the software Event Guide - Phenomenon of event - Countermeasures Please read if you need to find a practical way of investigating and dealing with events. Researching the meaning of specific terms related to the products and other important terms Glossary - Product specific terminology explanation - Explanation of important terminology appearing in the manual - Synonyms and related terms Please read if you want to learn the meaning of important terms, product specific terms or abbreviations used in the manuals. - Proper form of abbreviated terms - ix -

11 Contents Chapter 1 Notes about Common Traps for Devices...1 Chapter 2 Server Node Events Windows Server Node Solaris Server Node Linux Server Node HP-UX Server Node AIX Server Node... 5 Chapter 3 Fibre Channel Switch Events SN200 (Brocade) Brocade VDX series PRIMERGY Fibre Channel Switch Blade PRIMERGY BX Ethernet Fabric Switch... 8 Chapter 4 Storage Device Events ETERNUS DX60/DX60 S2/DX80/DX ETERNUS DX80 S2/DX90 S ETERNUS DX100 S3/DX200 S ETERNUS DX400 series, DX8000 series ETERNUS DX400 S2 series, DX8000 S2 series ETERNUS DX500 S3/DX600 S ETERNUS VS NetApp FAS Series and V-Series...52 Chapter 5 Tape Library Events ETERNUS LT20/LT40/LT ETERNUS LT ETERNUS LT210/LT220/LT ETERNUS LT ETERNUS LT ETERNUS LT270 S ETERNUS CS800/CS800 S2/CS800 S Chapter 6 Fibre Alliance MIB Support Device Events...68 Chapter 7 Performance Management Traps...69 Chapter 8 Device Polling Event x -

12 Chapter 1 Notes about Common Traps for Devices When Express or Storage Cruiser receives an event notification such as a SNMP Trap from the unit, the notification is decoded and displayed. Storage Cruiser can work in cooperation with Systemwalker Centric Manager, events are linked corresponding to the relevant event levels. As for the trap common to devices except for the following traps specific to vendor, the event linkage is not operated. Table 1.1 Trap Common to Devices Event Level Event Display coldstart trap reception Cold Start Trap warmstart trap reception Warm Start Trap linkdown trap reception Link Down Trap linkup trap reception Link Up Trap authenticationfailure trap reception Authentication Failure Trap egpneighborloss trap reception EGP Neighbor Loss Trap - 1 -

13 Chapter 2 Server Node Events 2.1 Windows Server Node Fujitsu Multipath Disk Control Mechanism Asynchronous Events (SNMP Trap) Failure Event Level Event Display (*1) Troubleshooting One path inhibition Some paths could not be detected at a server node startup. (Multipath operation could not be started.) [mptype: 403] "Access path (ppbbtt) fault [mptype: 1010] "Access path (ppbbtt) fault [mptype: 301] "Access path (ppbbtt) could not be detected. Refer to the multipath driver manual and take required actions. Generally, the connection to storage devices and the cable connections must be checked. *1: The mptype displays "GRMPD" or "MPHD". The P, B, and T are variables that are displayed e.g. in the form "p2b0t0". MPIO Asynchronous Events (SNMP Trap) The events of msdsm (the multi path driver that is built into Windows operating system since Windows Server 2008 by the standard) are reported as MPIO events. When the multi path driver that is compliant to MPIO is used, e.g. Fujitsu ETERNUS multipath driver, these events may be reported. Failure Event Level Event Display Troubleshooting Path inhibition [MPIO:16] Access path fault. Path switching has occurred. Check whether the problem is connection (cable disconnected, switch problem, etc) or in the storage device. Path switching was failed [MPIO:32] Fail-over failed. Path switching has occurred, but it has been failed. Check whether the problem is connection (cable disconnected, switch problem, etc) or in the storage device. 2.2 Solaris Server Node Asynchronous Event by Monitoring Keywords The system message file (/var/adm/messages) is monitored with monitoring keywords. When a message that includes monitoring keywords is output, an asynchronous event is sent to Manager according to the level corresponding to the monitoring keywords. In this case, the detected message containing the monitoring keywords is sent to Manager as is. If asynchronous events corresponding to the same message are detected several times within the message monitoring time (PollingTime parameter in the Correlation.ini file), these events are reported to Manager only once. - Multipath Asynchronous Events ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*NOTICE: mphd.*i/o path switchover succeed.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Refer to the multipath driver manual and take required actions. Generally, the connection to - 2 -

14 Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*NOTICE: mplb.*i/o path failed, and standby.*.*notice: mplb.*i/o path failed, and remaining online.*.*notice: mplb.*disk controller connection is wrong.*.*notice: mplb.*device connection is wrong.*.*warning: mphd.*i/o path for switch.*.*warning: mplb.*i/o path failed, no more.*.*warning: mplb.*connection of all paths is wrong.* storage devices and the cable connections must be checked. - EMC PowerPath Asynchronous Event ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*All paths to.*are dead.*.*path.*to.*is dead.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Refer to the manual for the corresponding middleware product. Generally, the connection to storage devices and the cable connections must be checked. - HITACHI JP1/HiCommand Dynamic Link Manager Asynchronous Event ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*All paths to.*are dead.*.*kapl08.*-e.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Refer to the manual for the corresponding middleware product. Generally, the connection to storage devices and the cable connections must be checked. - Safe/PRIMECLUSTER GDS, GFS series Asynchronous Event ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting NOTICE: sfx NOTICE: sfc NOTICE: sfd.*sdx:.*info:.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Refer to the manual for the corresponding middleware product. WARNING: sfx WARNING: sfc WARNING: sfd.*sdx:.*warning:.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Refer to the manual for the corresponding middleware product. Generally, the connection to storage devices and the cable connections must be checked

15 Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting PANIC: sfx PANIC: sfc ERROR: sfc HALT: sfd.*sdx:.*halt:.*.*sdx:.*error:.* - Sun MPxIO Asynchronous Event ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*/scsi_vhci/ ssd.*multipath.*status:.*degraded.*.*/scsi_vhci/ssd.*multipath.*status:.*failed.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Refer to the manual for the corresponding middleware product. Generally, the connection to storage devices and the cable connections must be checked. 2.3 Linux Server Node Asynchronous Event by Monitoring Keywords The system message file (/var/adm/messages) is monitored with monitoring keywords. When a message that includes monitoring keywords is output, an asynchronous event is sent to the Manager according to the level corresponding to the monitoring keywords. In this case, the detected message containing the monitoring keywords is sent to Manager as is. If asynchronous events corresponding to the same message are detected several times within the message monitoring time (PollingTime parameter in the Correlation.ini file), these events are reported to Manager only once. - Multipath Asynchronous Events ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Failure Event Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*mplb_mod:.*WARNING.*I/O error.*.*pathdiag:.*warning.*auto Path.*.*MPD.*WARNING.* (*1) One-line message including a monitored keyword Refer to the ETERNUS multipath driver manual and take action. *1: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 or higher only - Device-Mapper Multipath Asynchronous Events ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Failure Event Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*multipathd:.*remove.*path.*(uevent).*.*multipathd:.*checker.*failed.* One-line message including a monitored keyword Refer to the manual for the corresponding middleware product. - PRIMECLUSTER GDS and GFS series Asynchronous Events ".*" in the monitoring keyword is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and at more)

16 Failure Event Level Event Display Troubleshooting NOTICE: sfx NOTICE: sfc NOTICE: sfd.*sdx:.*info:.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Refer to the manual for the corresponding middleware product. WARNING: sfx WARNING: sfc WARNING: sfd.*sdx:.*warning:.* PANIC: sfx PANIC: sfc ERROR: sfc HALT: sfd.*sdx:.*halt:.*.*sdx:.*error:.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Refer to the manual for the corresponding middleware product. Generally, the connection to storage devices and the cable connections must be checked. 2.4 HP-UX Server Node Asynchronous Event by Monitoring Keywords The system message file (/var/adm/syslog/syslog.log) is monitored with monitoring keywords. When a message that includes monitoring keywords is output, an asynchronous event is sent to Manager according to the level corresponding to the monitoring keywords. In this case, the message containing the detected monitoring keywords is sent to Manager as is. If asynchronous events corresponding to the same message are detected multiple times within the message monitoring period (PollingTime parameter in the Correlation.ini file), these events are reported to Manager only once. - PV-LINK (LVM function) Asynchronous Events ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*LVM: Path.*!.*LVM:.*PVLink.*!.* (HP-UX 11iv2 and higher) One-line message including monitoring keywords Take appropriate action as described in the message. - HBA Driver Asynchronous Events ".*" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting.*Target path.*gone offline.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Take appropriate action as described in the message. 2.5 AIX Server Node Asynchronous Event by Monitoring Keywords The error log is monitored with monitoring keywords. When a message that includes monitoring keywords is output, an asynchronous event is sent to Manager according to the level corresponding to the monitoring keywords. In this case, the message containing the detected monitoring keywords is sent to Manager as is. If asynchronous events corresponding to the same message are detected multiple times within the message monitoring period (PollingTime parameter in the Correlation.ini file), these events are reported to Manager only once

17 - MPIO Asynchronous Events "^" in the monitoring keywords is a regular expression (beginning of line). "\s+" is a regular expression (which indicates that a space character appears 1 times and more). ".*" is a regular expression (which indicates that any character appears 0 times and more). Monitoring Keyword Level Event Display Troubleshooting ^DE3B8540\s+.* One-line message including monitoring keywords Take appropriate action as described in the message

18 Chapter 3 Fibre Channel Switch Events 3.1 SN200 (Brocade) From the Fibre Channel switch whose firmware version is 2.2 or later, the trap with the asterisk ("*") is not notified but is notified as an event trap. Failure Event Level Event Display System failure Central Memory FAULT System failure Embedded Port FAULT FC port failure FC Port No.number FAULT FC port online FC Port No.number Online FC port offline FC Port No.number Offline * Power supply failure Power Supply #number FAULT * Power-off Power Supply #number FAULT * Power loss Power Supply #number Absent * Fan failure Fan #number FAULT * Fan rotational speed decrease error Fan #number Below Minimal Threshold * Fan loss Fan #number Absent * Temperature sensor failure Temp #number FAULT * Temperature decrease error Temp #number Below Minimal Threshold * Temperature rise error Temp #number Above Maximum Threshold * Temperature sensor loss Temp #number Absent Trap event,, The unit trap message is output without any change. It may takes a time to display the event when FC Port failure, FC Ports online or FC Port offline. Following SNMP Traps are displayed in the event log when execute disconnect/connect FC cable in a short time. - When the cable is disconnected: [Link Down Trap] - When the cable is connected: [Link Up Trap] The port where the trouble occurs cannot be specified from the event log, also the event linkage function does not operate. Please login to the Fibre Channel switch to specify the Port where the trouble occurs, and confirm the state of the VE port and the GbE port. Also following event logs are displayed with above event log. - When the cable is disconnected: [FC Port No.214 Offline] - When the cable is connected: [FC Port No.214 Online] 3.2 Brocade VDX series Failure Event Level Event Display Remarks Port failure FC Port No.number FAULT *1, *2, *3, and *4 Port Online FC Port No.number Online Port Offline FC Port No.number Offline - 7 -

19 Failure Event Level Event Display Remarks *1 Event traps,, The message notified from the device is output as is. As for the Ethernet port and FC port number, the Index value output by "show fabric islports" command of Brocade VDX series is displayed. In the case of the FCoE connection port, a displayed port number is the total value of followings. - Last index value of the Ethernet port displayed by "show fabric islports" command - Port number of FCOE IF output by "show fcoe interface brief" command For example, when last index value of the Ethernet port is 60 and port number of FCOE IF is 5, a displayed port number is 65. FCOE IF is displayed with the following format: Displayed Format XX/YY/ZZ The explanation of XX, YY, and ZZ is as follows: Explanation - XX : VCS ID - YY : RBridgeID - ZZ : Port number *2 The Ethernet port is also displayed as "FC Port". *3 For the Ge port, the following events of "Table 1.1 Trap Common to Devices" are displayed. - In the case of Port Offline: [Link Down Trap] - In the case of Port Online: [Link Up Trap] The port number is not displayed. Therefore, log in to the target device and check the status of all Ge ports. *4 When the firmware version is NOS v3.0.1 or later, the following events of "Table 1.1 Trap Common to Devices" are displayed for all the ports. - In the case of Port Offline: [Link Down Trap] - In the case of Port Online: [Link Up Trap] The port number is not displayed. Therefore, log in to the target device and check the status of all the ports. 3.3 PRIMERGY Fibre Channel Switch Blade Refer to "3.1 SN200 (Brocade)". 3.4 PRIMERGY BX Ethernet Fabric Switch Refer to "3.2 Brocade VDX series"

20 Chapter 4 Storage Device Events The event traps disabled by the event notification setting of the storage device are not notified. 4.1 ETERNUS DX60/DX60 S2/DX80/DX90 Event traps are messages reported from a device. If you have any questions about the message contents, refer to the relevant hardware manual and then take corrective actions. Notification of Component Blockage CM Unit P 01SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) Fault <pp ss rr> CM BE Expander P 06SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) BE Expander Fault <pp ss rr> CM DI PORT P 08SSMM0n Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) DI Port#n Fault <pp ss rr> CM SAS Port P 09SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) SAS Port Fault <pp ss rr> CM BE Expander Port P 0ASSMM0n Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) BE Expander Port#n Fault <pp ss rr> (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) n : Port No.(0-1) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) - 9 -

21 CM Memory P 0BSSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) Cache(MEM) Fault <pp ss rr> CM Flash ROM P 0CSSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) Flash ROM Fault <pp ss rr> CM NAND Controller P 0ESSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) NAND Controller Fault <pp ss rr> SCU P 0FSSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) Super Capacitor Unit Fault <pp ss rr> CA Port P 11SSMM0n Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) Port#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : Port No.(0-2) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) MEM: Memory capacity (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) n : Port No.(0-1) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz)

22 CM FE Expander P 12SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) FE Expander Fault <pp ss rr> CM FE Expander Port P 13SSMM0n Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) FE Expander Port#n Fault <pp ss rr> SFP Optical Shortwave P 1A00MM0n FC SFP Controller Module#m Port#n Fault <pp ss rr oo> SFP+ Optical Shortwave P 1C00MM0n FC SFP+ Controller Module#m Port#n Fault <pp ss rr oo> 3.5 Inch DISK P 80SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD- Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 3.5 Inch Disk (Failed Usable) P 80SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD- Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Failed Usable <pp ss rr> (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) nn : Port No.(0-1) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) yy : Number of ports(1-2) (10-11) n : Port No.(0-1) oo : Other (10-11) n : Port No.(0-1) oo : Other NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) yy : Disk rotation NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) yy : Disk rotation

23 3.5 Inch DISK (Compare ) P 88SSDDNN Disk Drive DE# DD- Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 2.5 Inch DISK P 81SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD- Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 2.5 Inch Disk (Failed Usable) 2.5 Inch DISK (Compare ) P 81SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD- Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Failed Usable <pp ss rr> P 88SSDDNN Disk Drive DE# DD- Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 3.5 Inch DISK P 82SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD- Disk#n(SATA xxxgb cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 3.5 Inch Disk (Failed Usable) P 82SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD- Disk#n(SATA xxxgb cc) Failed Usable <pp ss rr> NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) yy : Disk rotation NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23) yy : Disk rotation NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23) yy : Disk rotation NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23) yy : Disk rotation NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-0b)

24 3.5 Inch DISK (Compare ) P 88SSDDNN Disk Drive DE# DD- Disk#n(SATA xxxgb cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 3.5 Inch SSD P 84SSDDNN SSD 3.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 3.5 Inch SSD (Failed Usable) 3.5 Inch SSD (Compare ) P 84SSDDNN SSD 3.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) Failed Usable <pp ss rr> P 88SSDDNN SSD 3.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 2.5 Inch SSD P 85SSDDNN SSD 2.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) Fault <pp ss rr> 2.5 Inch SSD (Failed Usable) P 85SSDDNN SSD 2.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) Failed Usable <pp ss rr> n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23) NN : Slot No.(00-17)

25 2.5 Inch SSD (Compare ) P 88SSDDNN SSD 2.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) Fault <pp ss rr> EXP P 9000DD0N Expander DE#DD/EXP#N Fault <pp ss rr> EXP Port P 9100DDNn Expander Port DE#DD/EXP#N/ Port#n Fault <pp ss rr> PSU P D200DD0n Power Supply Unit DE#DD/ PSU#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : Slot No.(00-23) NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23) N : Side 0, side 1 N : Side 0, side 1 n : Port No.(0-1) n : Slot No.(0-1) (Temperature Alarm) DE Abnormal exhaust gas temperature (FATAL) P DA0tDD00 DE Exhaust temperature DE#DD Fatal t : Type(1=1U, 2=2U) DE Abnormal exhaust gas temperature (Sensor failure) P DA0tDD00 DE Exhaust temperature sensor DE#DD Fault t : Type(1=1U, 2=2U) DE Abnormal exhaust gas temperature (WARNING) J DA0tDD00 DE Exhaust temperature DE#DD t : Type(1=1U, 2=2U) DE Abnormal intake temperature (Sensor failure) P DB0tDD00 DE Intake temperature sensor DE#DD Fault t : Type(1=1U, 2=2U) DE Abnormal intake temperature (WARNING) J DB0tDD00 DE Intake temperature DE#DD t : Type(1=1U, 2=2U)

26 (Other) CM Check1 J C1MM0000 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) Reboot <pp ss rr> Multiple memory collectable error J C301MM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) Cache(MEM) Correctable <pp ss rr> CM J 01SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) factor(ww) <pp ss rr> CM BE Expander J 06SSMM00 Controller Module##m(zz xxhz) BE Expander <pp ss rr> CM SAS Port J 09SSMM0n Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) SAS Port#n <pp ss rr> CM BE Expander Port J 0ASSMM0n Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) BE Expander Port#n <pp ss rr> (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) MEM: Memory capacity (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) ww : Factor Code (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) n : Port No.(0-1) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) n : Port No.(0-2) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz)

27 CM FLASH ROM J 0CSSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) Flash ROM <pp ss rr> CM NAND Controller J 0ESSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz xxhz) NAND Flash <pp ss rr> SMART notice from Disk (3.5inch) Disk preventative separation SMART (3.5inch) SMART notice from Disk (2.5inch) Disk preventative separation SMART (2.5inch) J 80SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) SMART <pp ss rr> J 80SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) <pp ss rr> J 81SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) SMART <pp ss rr> J 81SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) <pp ss rr> (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) (10-11) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) yy : Disk rotation NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) yy : Disk rotation NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23) yy : Disk rotation NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23) yy : Disk rotation

28 SATA Disk notice from Disk (3.5inch) SATA Disk preventative separation SMART (3.5inch) SMART notice from SSD (3.5inch) SSD preventative separation SMART (3.5inch) SMART notice from SSD (2.5inch) SSD preventative separation SMART (2.5inch) J 82SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD- Disk#n(SATA xxxgb cc) SMART <pp ss rr> J 82SSDDNN Disk Drive DE#DD- Disk#n(SATA xxxgb cc) <pp ss rr> J 84SSDDNN SSD 3.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) SMART <pp ss rr> J 84SSDDNN SSD 3.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) <pp ss rr> J 85SSDDNN SSD 2.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) SMART <pp ss rr> J 85SSDDNN SSD 2.5 DE#dd-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb cc) <pp ss rr> NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-0b) n : Slot No.(00-11) NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23) NN : Slot No.(00-17) n : Slot No.(00-23)

29 EXP Alarm ( Level) EXP Port ( Level) J 9000DD0N Expander DE#DD/EXP#n <pp ss rr> J 9100DDNn Expander Port DE#DD/EXP#N/ Port#n <pp ss rr> N : Side 0, side 1 N : Side 0, side 1 n : Port No.(0-1) Event Notification (M Messages) Write Bad Data M E0050xxx WRITE BAD DATA xxx : RLU No. PINNED Data M E10300MM PINNED DATA MM : CM module ID where PINNED occurred NRDY (Factor 01) M E NOT READY(01:Configuration ) NRDY (Factor 02) M E NOT READY(02:CM F/W Version ) NRDY (Factor 04) M E NOT READY(04:Restore Fail) NRDY (Factor 11) M E207000B NOT READY(11:Power Off/Fail Incomplete) NRDY (Factor 12) M E207000C NOT READY(12:Backup Fail) NRDY (Factor 13) M E207000D NOT READY(13:Multi CM Down) NRDY (Factor 14) M E207000E NOT READY(14:Machine Down Recovery End) NRDY (Factor 15) M E207000F NOT READY(15:Machine Down Recovery Failed) NRDY (Factor 16) M E NOT READY(16:DE Build ) NRDY (Factor 17) M E NOT READY(17:CM Memory Shortage) NRDY (Factor 21) M E NOT READY(21:Configuration Data restored from System Disk) NRDY (Factor 22) M E NOT READY(22:No Version) End of rebuild to HS (Bad Data) M 21810xxx RAID Group#0xxx recovered end of Rebuild processing xxx : RLU No. End of rebuild to DV (Bad Data) M 21810xxx RAID Group#0xxx recovered end of Rebuild processing xxx : RLU No. Disconnected intra-cabinet path M 0732xxyy Remote Copy Path (MID#xx PORT#yy) Not Available xx : MID yy : Port

30 REC automatic HALT occurrence M 13CF11xx REC Automatic HALT or ERROR occurred.(xx) xx : 00 - path error, 01 - heavy load, 02 - ERROR Copy session [Active -> ] M 13CE0001 session was detected. (Local:xxxxx Remote:xxxxx) xxxxx : Number of copy sessions that status is Copy session [Suspend -> ] M 13CE0002 Foreseen error session was detected. (Local:xxxxx Remote:xxxxx) xxxxx : Number of copy sessions that status changed from Suspend to Copy session [Active -> Halt] M 13CE0003 Halt session was detected. (Remote:xxxxx) xxxxx : Number of copy sessions that status is Halt Copy session [ -> Idle] M 13CE0004 session was cleared. Copy session [Suspend -> -> Idle] M 13CE0005 Foreseen error session was cleared. Copy session [Halt -> Active] M 13CE0006 Halt session was cleared. Recovery Notification CM BE Expander recovery R 06SSMM00 Controller Module#n(zz xxhz) BE Expander Normal <pp ss rr> EXP recovery R 9000DDnn Expander DE#DD/EXP#n Normal <pp ss rr> PSU Alarm recovery (AC- Fail clear) DE exhaust temperature alarm recovery DE intake air temperature alarm recovery R D200DD0N Power Supply Unit DE#DD / PSU#N Normal <pp ss rr> MM : CM Mid(10-11) n : Port No.(0-1) (FC/SAS/iSCSI) xx : Frequency (800MHz/ 1.2GHz) nn : Port No.(00-01) n : Port No.(0-1) N : Side 0, side 1 R DA0tDD00 DE OUT TEMP Normal t : Type(1:3.5"DE / 2:2.5"DE) R DB0tDD00 DE IN TEMP Normal t : Type(1:3.5"DE / 2:2.5"DE) 4.2 ETERNUS DX80 S2/DX90 S2 Event traps are messages reported from a device. If you have any questions about the message contents, refer to the relevant hardware manual and then take corrective actions. Notification of Component Blockage

31 CM Unit P 01SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz) Fault <pp ss rr> CM DMA Port P 02SSMM0p Controller Module#m(zz) DMA PORT#p Fault <pp ss rr> CM BIOS P 03SSMM0v Controller Module#m(zz) BIOS#v Fault <pp ss rr> CM RTC P 04SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz) RTC Fault <pp ss rr> CM NVRAM P 05SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz) NVRAM Fault <pp ss rr> CM MMC P 0600MM00 Controller Module#m(zz) MMC Fault <pp ss rr> CM Expander P 06SSMM0v Controller Module#m(zz) EXP#v Fault <pp ss rr> CM DI PORT P 08SSMMvp Controller Module#m(zz) DI Port#p Fault <pp ss rr> p : Port No. v : Device No. v : Device No. v : Device No. p : Port No

32 CM Expander In Port P 09SSMMvp Controller Module#m(zz) EXP#v In Port#p Fault <pp ss rr> CM Expander Out Port P 0ASSMMvp Controller Module#m(zz) EXP#v Out Port#p Fault <pp ss rr> CM Memory P 0BSSMMnn Controller Module#m(zz) Cache(MEM #xgb) Slot#nn Fault <pp ss rr> CM BUD P 0CSSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz) BUD(#xxGB) Fault <pp ss rr> CM FAN P 0DSSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz) FAN Fault <pp ss rr> CM NAND Controller P 0ESSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz) NAND Controller Fault <pp ss rr> v : Device No. p : Port No. v : Device No. p : Port No. nn : Slot No. x : Capacity xx : Capacity

33 CM SCU P 0FSSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz) SCU Fault <pp ss rr> CA P 10SSMM00 CA Slot#n-v(zz) (on CM#m) Fault <pp ss rr> CA Port P 11SSMM0p CA Slot#n-v(zz) (on CM#m) Port#p Fault <pp ss rr> SFP for FC-CA P 1ASSMM0p FC SFP CA Slot#n-v(zz) (on CM#m) Port#p Fault <pp ss rr oo> SFP for FCLink-CA P 1BSSMM0p FCLink SFP CA Slot#n-v(zz) (on CM#m) Port#p Fault <pp ss rr oo> SFP+ for FC-CA P 1CSSMM0p FC SFP+ CA Slot#n-v(zz) (on CM#m) Port#p Fault <pp ss rr oo> n : Slot No. v : Device No. p : Port No. n : Slot No. v : Device No. p : Port No. n : Slot No. v : Device No. oo : Other p : Port No. n : Slot No. v : Device No. oo : Other p : Port No. n : Slot No. v : Device No

34 SFP+ for 10G-iSCSI-CA SFP+ for FCoE-CA SFP+ Copper for 10G-iSCSI- CA SFP+ for FCoE-CA P 1DSSMM0p iscsi FCoE SFP+ CA Slot#nv(zz) (on CM#m) Port#p Fault <pp ss rr oo> P 1E00MM0p iscsi FCoE SFP+Cp CA Slot#S(zz) (on CM#m) Port#p Fault <pp ss rr oo> SFP+ Longwave for FC-CA P 1900MM0p FC SFP+ Longwave CA Slot#S(zz) (on CM#m) Port#p Fault <pp ss rr oo> SFP Type Unknown P 1FSSMM0p SFP(Type Unknown) CA Slot#nv(zz) (on CM#m) Port#p Fault <pp ss rr oo> CM FPGA P 21SSMM00 Controller Module#m(zz) FPGA Fault <pp ss rr> CM LAN Port P 22SSMM0p Controller Module#m(zz) LAN PORT#p Fault <pp ss rr> oo : Other p : Port No. n : Slot No. v : Device No. oo : Other p : Port No. oo : Other p : Port No. oo : Other p : Port No. n : Slot No. v : Device No. oo : Other p : Port No

35 CM PCH P 2300MM00 Controller Module#m(zz) PCH Fault <pp ss rr> CM QSFP P 2ASSMMvp Controller Module#m(zz) QSFP#v#p Fault <pp ss rr> v : Device No. p : Port No. FRT P 4000MM00 FRT#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : FRT No. BRT P 5000MM00 BRT#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : BRT No. BRT Out Port P 5100MM0P BRT#n Out Port#P Fault <pp ss rr> n : BRT No. p : Port No. BRT In Port P 5200MMvP BRT#n InPort#P Fault <pp ss rr> v : EXP No. p : Port No. n : BRT No. BRT EXP P 5300MM0v BRT#n EXP#v Fault <pp ss rr> v : EXP No. n : BRT No. BRT QSFP P 5A00MM0P BRT#n QSFP#P Fault <pp ss rr> n : BRT No. P : Port No

36 SVC P 6000MM00 SVC#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : SVC No. SVC LAN Port P 6100MM0P SVC#n LAN PORT#P Fault <pp ss rr> SVC PCIe SW P 6200MM00 SVC#n PCIe SW Fault <pp ss rr> SVC RCI board P 6300MM00 SVC#n RCI board Fault <pp ss rr> P : Port No. n : SVC No. n : SVC No. n : SVC No. CE FAN UNIT P 71000n00 CE FAN UNIT#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : Slot No. PANEL UNIT P PANEL UNIT Fault <pp ss rr> CPSU P 73000n00 Power Supply Unit/CPSU#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : Slot No. SCCB P 74000n00 SCCB#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : Slot No. BBU P 75000n00 BBU#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : Slot No. BCU P 75000n00 BCU#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : Slot No. BTU P 76000n00 BTU#n Fault <pp ss rr> n : Slot No

37 3.5 Inch DISK P 80SSUU0N HDD 3.5 DE#UU-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Fault <pp ss rr tt uu> 3.5 Inch Disk (Failed Usable) 3.5 Inch Disk (Disk abnormal performance) P 80SSUU0N HDD 3.5 DE#UU-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Failed Usable <pp ss rr tt uu> P 80SSUU0N HDD 3.5 DE#UU-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Slow Down <pp ss rr tt uu> 2.5 Inch DISK P 81SSUUNN HDD 2.5 DE#UU-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Fault <pp ss rr tt uu> N : Slot No.(hexadecimal notation) n : Slot No.(decimal notation) yy : Disk rotation tt : Date Code uu : Config Code N : Slot No.(hexadecimal notation) n : Slot No.(decimal notation) yy : Disk rotation tt : Date Code uu : Config Code N : Slot No.(hexadecimal notation) n : Slot No.(decimal notation) yy : Disk rotation tt : Date Code uu : Config Code N : Slot No.(hexadecimal notation) n : Slot No.(decimal notation) yy : Disk rotation tt : Date Code uu : Config Code

38 2.5 Inch Disk (Failed Usable) 2.5 Inch Disk (Disk abnormal performance) P 81SSUUNN HDD 2.5 DE#UU-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Failed Usable <pp ss rr tt uu> P 81SSUUNN HDD 2.5 DE#UU-Disk#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Slow Down <pp ss rr tt uu> 3.5 Inch SSD P 84SSUU0N SSD 3.5 DE#UU-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Fault <pp ss rr tt uu> 3.5 Inch SSD (Failed Usable) P 84SSUU0N SSD 3.5 DE#UU-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Failed Usable <pp ss rr tt uu> 2.5 Inch SSD P 85SSUUNN SSD 2.5 DE#UU-Slot#n(SAS xxxgb yykrpm cc) Fault <pp ss rr tt uu> N : Slot No.(hexadecimal notation) n : Slot No.(decimal notation) yy : Disk rotation tt : Date Code uu : Config Code N : Slot No.(hexadecimal notation) n : Slot No.(decimal notation) yy : Disk rotation tt : Date Code uu : Config Code N : Slot No.(hexadecimal notation) n : Slot No.(decimal notation) yy : Disk rotation tt : Date Code uu : Config Code N : Slot No.(hexadecimal notation) n : Slot No.(decimal notation) yy : Disk rotation tt : Date Code uu : Config Code