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differ the "Battery Age" between Controller A & B

Katsu39
Frequent Advisor

differ the "Battery Age" between Controller A & B

Hello All

One of my customer is useing some FC60 Disk Arry. We had the log,which had been taken by "armdsp -s". Then we had found differ of "Battery Age" between Controller A & B.
Is it problem on controller? or some bugs on coltroller f/w revision HP11?

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Information for Controller A - :
Controller Status = GOOD
Controller Mode = ACTIVE
Vendor ID = HP
Product ID = A5277A
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HP Revision = HP11
Cache Battery Age = 1170 to 1259 days

Information for Controller B - :
Controller Status = GOOD
Controller Mode = ACTIVE
Vendor ID = HP
Product ID = A5277A
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HP Revision = HP11
Cache Battery Age = 900 to 989 days

Rigards,

Katsu
4 REPLIES
Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: differ the "Battery Age" between Controller A & B

Hi,

can you confirm for sure, that the batteries were changed the same time last time?

Michael
Katsu39
Frequent Advisor

Re: differ the "Battery Age" between Controller A & B

Hi Michael;

I am not sure befor that was installed to this customer'S place.
but after than we didn't replace the battery.

Just we had up date the F/W of controller.

Regards,

Katsu
Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: differ the "Battery Age" between Controller A & B

Hi,

how long is the life cycle of the batteries? I would change them next time both, when the first is due and it should be ok.

Michael
Katsu39
Frequent Advisor

Re: differ the "Battery Age" between Controller A & B

Hi
I have heard it was 1080 day. (about 3 years)
Thank you for your replying.

Regars

Katsu