PE-T620/RHEL6x: why does OMSA report "warning icon" for battery?

Giulio giulioo at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 02:08:30 CDT 2012


On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 8:24 PM, Giulio <giulioo at gmail.com> wrote:
> PE-T620, BIOS: 1.2.6, CENTOS 6.x 2.6.32-220.23.1.el6.x86_64

> On the main OMSA web page
>         Health -> Components -> Storage
> I get a warning icon (yellow triangle with black esclamation mark on top)
> for "Storage".

The warning icon went away after about 12 hours (server was new from factory).

> $ sudo omreport storage battery
> List of Batteries in the System
>
> Controller PERC H710P Adapter (Slot 4)
> ID                        : 0
> Status                    : Non-Critical   <====
> Name                      : Battery 0
> State                     : Ready
> Recharge Count            : Not Applicable
> Max Recharge Count        : Not Applicable
> Predicted Capacity Status : Unknown
> Learn State               : Not Applicable
> Next Learn Time           : Not Applicable
> Maximum Learn Delay       : Not Applicable

Now it reads:

List of Batteries in the System

Controller PERC H710P Adapter (Slot 4)
ID                        : 0
Status                    : Ok
Name                      : Battery 0
State                     : Ready
Recharge Count            : Not Applicable
Max Recharge Count        : Not Applicable
Predicted Capacity Status : Ready
Learn State               : Not Applicable
Next Learn Time           : Not Applicable
Maximum Learn Delay       : Not Applicable


Clearer docs would be welcome.



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