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Storage object statuses

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Created by Nigel, last modified by Nigel on Mar 14, 2017

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All storage objects in SRM are prefixed with an icon showing the object type and status.

OK

Warning

Critical

Unreachable

The status of an object is determined by the values polled for its IO, IOPS, Throughput, Cache Hit Ratio, Capacity, and Latency. It does not depend on the statuses of its child objects. For example, this array shows a Warning status, while the storage pool shows OK, and the LUNs show a mixture of statuses.

  • If an object shows the Critical status, then one or more of its metrics has reached or exceeded the Critical threshold.
  • If an object shows the Warning status, then none of its metrics has reached or exceeded the Critical threshold but one or more has reached the Warning threshold.
  • If an object shows the OK status, then none of its metrics have reached the Warning threshold level.

Hardware Health statuses

The Hardware Health resources also use status icons to show the sensor type and status. For sensors, there are only three statuses:

OK

Warning

Critical

The status for a HWH category is propagated from the child sensors. The category status inherits the most severe status of the child sensors.

  • If any child sensor status is Critical, the category status will be Critical.
  • If none of the child sensors is Critical, but one has a Warning status, the category status will be Warning.
  • Therefore all child sensors must show the OK status for the category status to show OK.
 
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