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cpqHeMibCondition value is always set to 3 (degraded)

Jeffrey T. Markley
Occasional Visitor

cpqHeMibCondition value is always set to 3 (degraded)

HP Proliant DL 380G4 Server with HP StorageWorks MSA30 expansion chassis populated with 14 drives.
Debian Linux OS.
When doing a SNMP query on this mib it always returns a value of 3 (degraded) even though the system appears to be functioning properly and no other mibs are reporting a problem. Is there any way that this mib can get "stuck" in this state and if so how can it be cleared?
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David Claypool
Honored Contributor

Re: cpqHeMibCondition value is always set to 3 (degraded)

When you view the System Management Homepage, what does it show?
Jeffrey T. Markley
Occasional Visitor

Re: cpqHeMibCondition value is always set to 3 (degraded)

I'm not actually running the web-based tool at this time. We have our own utility that is doing the SNMP queries which detect this degraded condition. Are there any command line tools that could be used to diagnose this? I need to access this system remotely and don't necessarily have a windows-type environment from which I can run a web-based tool.