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HP eva6400 Event Code: 0e830019 - 0," The status of battery assembly '0' has changed."); ?

 
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HP eva6400 Event Code: 0e830019 - 0," The status of battery assembly '0' has changed."); ?

Hi All,

 

Can anyone please assist me in explaining if the weekly email alert send to me is a genuine one or exepected in normal HP EVA 6400 ?

 

-----Original Message----- Subject: HP P6000 Command View Event Message

 

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An alarm has occurred on HP P6000 Array System: EVA6400 WWN: 5000-1FE1-501D-91D1

Alarm type: Hardware condition change

Alarm description: Event Code: 0e830019 - 0," The status of battery assembly '0' has changed.");

 

So far in terms of performance and connectivity, all is working good from my VMware vSphere console.

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Zsal
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Re: HP eva6400 Event Code: 0e830019 - 0," The status of battery assembly '0' has changed."

The battery assembly undergoes a periodic load test to ensure hardware functionality. The normal duration of the load test is approximately 4 hours. During this discharge & charge cycle occurs and there will be change in the state of the battery. The mentioned event corresponds to the same. Hence, no action is required.

 

To identify battery issues, you can observe the Cache Battery LED status and CommandView status for any critical alerts/failure message.

 

 

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Zsal

 

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NSharon
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Re: HP eva6400 Event Code: 0e830019 - 0," The status of battery assembly '0' has changed."

Hi There,

To furter add, If you could visually inspect, you could verify if the  battery assembly that is undergoing the load test is indicated by a slow (2 seconds on, 2 seconds off) flashing of the green LED. This is in contrast to the fast (1 second on, 1 second off) flashing state of the green LED, which indicates an active charging cycle. Looking at a controller with a failed battery assembly, the failed battery assembly should have the amber indicator illuminated. A battery assembly in the load test cycle will show the slow blink, as noted above.

 

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