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(SNMP) Solid State Disk Wear Status Change (3049) alerts on DL380 G9

 
markotsg
Occasional Visitor

(SNMP) Solid State Disk Wear Status Change (3049) alerts on DL380 G9

Hello

We have DL380 G9 servers and run ESXI 6.0 with VSAN.

We use HP Sim for monitoring and SIM seem to be giving us lot of predictive failiure alerts including alerts like bellow

Solid State Disk Wear Status Change

This is contraditicting and seem to be false alerts, as ESXI shows these disks as healthy, ILO shows them as healthy even SIM shows them as healthy (Health status)

I have attached the file showing the alert

Has anyone came accross this before?

We use latest firmware and P440 controllers in HBA mode

 

thank you

2 REPLIES 2
Suman_1978
HPE Pro

Re: (SNMP) Solid State Disk Wear Status Change (3049) alerts on DL380 G9

Hi,

The indication messages and SNMP traps for SSD wear-out generated for non-SSD drives can be safely ignored; no actual wear-out issues have occurred. The updated HP Insight Management VMware ESXi WBEM Providers Version 03.01.00 (or later) prevent false indication messages from occurring.

Please see this advisory:
https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c03597951

HPE ESXi Offline Bundle for VMware vSphere 6.0
https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=MTX_7ab7fd59741b4f01abccb3a4ac

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YYCSysAdmin
Frequent Advisor

ProLiant BL460c Gen9 and ESXi 6.5

Hello @Suman_1978

Sorry for bringing up an old post, but this message just occured for us on ESXi 6.5 so appears the issue is not resolved in later versions?

This is on a  ProLiant BL460c Gen9 node.

Warning 
Solid state disk wear status is now 131072 for drive at location Physical Volume Port: 4I Box: 0 Bay: 10 connected to controller in Smart Array B140i RAID in Slot 0. CSM2-ENC2, bay 2 
 
Resolution If the SSD wear status is 'ssdWearOut(6)', replace the drive. 
·Alert details 
 
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