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Operational status properties

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Updated: June 16, 2017

Following are the numbers and descriptions of the Operational Status properties:

Qualifier: 0

Unknown

Qualifier: 1

Other

Qualifier: 2

OK

Qualifier: 3

Degraded

Qualifier: 4

Stressed

Qualifier: 5

Predictive Failure

Qualifier: 6

Error

Qualifier: 7

Non-Recoverable Error

Qualifier: 8

Starting

Qualifier: 9

Stopping

Qualifier: 10

Stopped

Qualifier: 11

In Service

Qualifier: 12

No Contact

Qualifier: 13

Lost Communication

Qualifier: 14

Aborted

Qualifier: 15

Dormant

Qualifier: 16

Supporting Entity in Error

Qualifier: 17

Completed

Qualifier: 18

Power Mode

Qualifier: 19

Relocating

Qualifier:

DMTF Reserved

Qualifier: 0x8000

Vendor Reserved


 
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