Non Critical status on Drives through omreport

Ogden lists at darkstatic.com
Mon Sep 12 01:08:50 CDT 2011


Everything seems to be running great on our new Dell Poweredge R510 with a PERC H700 Integrated card. 

When running:

$ omreport storage pdisk controller=0

2 out of the 8 drives return:

ID                        : 0:0:8
Status                    : Non-Critical
Name                      : Physical Disk 0:0:8
State                     : Online
Power Status              : Spun Up
Bus Protocol              : SAS
Media                     : HDD
Revision                  : 0008
Failure Predicted         : No
Certified                 : No
Encryption Capable        : No
Encrypted                 : Not Applicable
Progress                  : Not Applicable
Mirror Set ID             : 0
Capacity                  : 278.88 GB (299439751168 bytes)
Used RAID Disk Space      : 278.88 GB (299439751168 bytes)
Available RAID Disk Space : 0.00 GB (0 bytes)
Hot Spare                 : No
Vendor ID                 : SEAGATE 
Product ID                : ST3300657SS     

Now upon further investigation I checked the alert log:

Severity      : Non-Critical
ID            : 2359
Date and Time : Sun Sep 11 15:28:02 2011
Category      : Storage Service
Description   : A non-Dell supplied disk drive has been detected:  Physical Disk 0:0:8 Controller 0, Connector 0

Two out of the drives are indeed non Dell drives but the same model number as the rest of them (Seagate ST3300657SS). 

I also see a lot of these messages:

Description   : Controller event log: Unexpected sense: Encl PD 20 Path 5882b0b04a6b6600, CDB: 1c 01 07 00 20 00, Sense: 5/24/00:  Controller 0 (PERC H700 Integrated) 

My question is do these matter, and just because that status is Non-Critical, can this be ignored?

Thank you

Ogden





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