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[SNMP TRAP: 5018 in CPQSCSI.MIB]

Occasional Visitor

[SNMP TRAP: 5018 in CPQSCSI.MIB]

Hi,

I get this message on my eventviewer? What caused this event? Is there a solution. I don't find anything?

Her is the complete event

SCSI Tape Library Status Change.

The tape library with SCSI target 0 connected to SCSI bus 2 of the controller in slot 1 has a new status of 4.

(Tape library status values: 1=other, 2=ok, 3=degraded, 4=failed, 5=offline)

[SNMP TRAP: 5018 in CPQSCSI.MIB]


2 REPLIES
Occasional Visitor

Re: [SNMP TRAP: 5018 in CPQSCSI.MIB]

I've got the same problem.

Do I have to be scared?

Bart
Honored Contributor

Re: [SNMP TRAP: 5018 in CPQSCSI.MIB]

I have been getting these message for months

Trap ID: 5018 - cmascsid
Log message: â Tape Library Status Changed: Status is now [cpqTapeLibraryState].â
SNMP trap: cpqTapeLibraryStatusChange - 5018 in CPQSCSI.MIB
Symptom: Tape Library Status Change. The agent has detected a change in the status of a tape library. The current
tape library status is indicated in the cpqTapeLibraryState variable.
Supporting SNMP trap data:
â ¢ sysName
â ¢ cpqHoTrapFlags
â ¢ cpqTapeLibraryCntlrIndex
â ¢ cpqTapeLibraryBusIndex
â ¢ cpqTapeLibraryScsiIdIndex
â ¢ cpqTapeLibraryLunIndex
â ¢ cpqTapeLibraryName
â ¢ cpqTapeLibraryFwRev
â ¢ cpqTapeLibrarySerialNumber
â ¢ cpqTapeLibraryState
Supporting SNMP trap description: â Status is now [cpqTapeLibraryState].â

it could just lost the connection for a nano seconde from 1 to ,and then it can got 1 again.
//Add this to "OnDomLoad" event