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Missing Information for some of Object Identifiers (OID) for c7000 blade system

 
chuckk281
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Missing Information for some of Object Identifiers (OID) for c7000 blade system

Choong Keun had and SNMP question:

 

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Dear All,

 

I have a customer who want to retrieve system health information for every 5 seconds.

They want to use SNMP but they can’t get information with SNMP for below OID.

 

thermal status

blade status

fan speed

fan present power

interconnect status

    power state

    management ip

    management url

 

We can see the information with Onboard Administrator (OA) COmmand Line Interface ( CL)I however.

But they don’t want to execute command CLI for every 5 sec.

Is there any way to get above information with SNMP or alternative way ?

 

Regards,

 

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Monty responded:

 

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thermal status

            cpqRackPowerEnclosureCondition includes overall status of enclosure including OA, power and thermal subsystem status

blade status

            iLO SNMP reports status for each server blade

fan speed

            no fan speed reported from OA SNMP – each fan status is reported as cpqRackCommonEnclosureFanCondition.x for each individual fan

fan present power

                    no fan power reported from OA SNMP

interconnect status

                    no interconnect status, power state, management IP or URL is available on OA SNMP

    power state

    management ip

    management url

 

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Choong Keun replied:

 

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Do we have any SNMP trap guide for c7000 and BL460c blade server?

 

thermal status

            cpqRackPowerEnclosureCondition =>  The customer just got OK with this OID.

Does OK means health STATUS is OK for OA, Power, and Thermal?

What if one of status is not OK? 

blade status

            How do I use iLO SNMP?

 

fan speed and power

            The customer check cpqRackCommonEnclosureFanCondition.x but there is no value

                 Do we need to replace .x with the number (1 ~ 10)?

 

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Monty replied:

 

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OA SNMP Traps are listed in a table in the OA 3.30 User Guide.

 

If OA Redundancy or Power or Thermal status Degraded – then the Enclosure Status is Degraded.

If Power or Thermal status is Failed – then Enclosure Status is Failed.

 

See the iLO User Guide section on Enabling SNMP alerts.

 

Yes – I placed an x to indicate that a number was required.  1 through 10 address the ten fan locations.

 

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Here is a link to the Onboard Administrator User Guide

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00705292/c00705292.pdf