Timing of alerts via DOMSA

Shaw, Marco Marco.Shaw at aliant.ca
Wed Mar 12 11:33:01 CST 2003


Dell PE 1650, DOMSA 1.2.0, RedHat Linux 7.2 with 2.4.18-18.7.xbigmem

How quick would one expect DOMSA to send out alarms?  I have erratic voltage levels on 3 Dell PE 1650s (out of 11 total, 3 of the 11 are running Win2K SP2 and don't have voltage issue, but that could be a coincidence...).  I'm assuming the voltage sensor messages copied further below would correspond with the either the "voltage probe" or "current probe" events, yet the script associated with the event occuring is never executed.

Any other logs/commands I'm missing/not aware of?

Marco

Output below..............................................

[root at www-nb03m0 root]# omreport system version
Version Report

---------------------
Main System Chassis
---------------------

Name       : BIOS
Version    : A06
Updateable : N/A


Name       : Baseboard Management Controller
Version    : 1.48
Updateable : N/A


Name       : Primary Backplane
Version    : 0.28
Updateable : N/A


Name       : Sensor Data Records
Version    : SDR Version 0.26
Updateable : N/A

----------
Software
----------

Name       : Red Hat Linux
Version    : release 7.2 (Enigma)  Kernel 2.4.18-18.7.xbigmem
Updateable : N/A


Name       : Dell Server Administrator
Version    : 1.2.0
Updateable : N/A

[root at www-nb03m0 root]# omreport system alertaction
Alert Actions

Event                            : Voltage Probe Warning
Beep Speaker                     : Not selected
Console Alert                    : Not selected
Broadcast Message                : Not selected
Execute Application              : Selected
Absolute path to the application : /local/share/scripts/voltwarn.sh

Event                            : Voltage Probe Detects a Failure
Beep Speaker                     : Not selected
Console Alert                    : Not selected
Broadcast Message                : Not selected
Execute Application              : Selected
Absolute path to the application : /local/share/scripts/voltfail.sh

Event                            : Current Probe Warning
Beep Speaker                     : Not selected
Console Alert                    : Not selected
Broadcast Message                : Not selected
Execute Application              : Selected
Absolute path to the application : /local/share/scripts/currentwarn.sh

Event                            : Current Probe Detects a Failure
Beep Speaker                     : Not selected
Console Alert                    : Not selected
Broadcast Message                : Not selected
Execute Application              : Selected
Absolute path to the application : /local/share/scripts/currentfail.sh

[root at www-nb03m0 root]#

[root at www-nb03m0 root]# omreport system esmlog|more
Embedded System Management (ESM) Log

Health : Non-Critical

Embedded System Management Log contains...

Severity    : Non-Critical
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:54:52 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor detected a warning (2.580 V)

Severity    : Ok
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:54:42 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor returned to normal (2.567 V)

Severity    : Non-Critical
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:54:05 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor detected a warning (2.580 V)

Severity    : Ok
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:53:26 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor returned to normal (2.567 V)

Severity    : Non-Critical
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:48:46 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor detected a warning (2.580 V)

Severity    : Ok
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:48:36 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor returned to normal (2.567 V)

Severity    : Non-Critical
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:48:08 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor detected a warning (2.580 V)

Severity    : Ok
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:47:48 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor returned to normal (2.567 V)

Severity    : Non-Critical
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:42:41 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor detected a warning (2.580 V)

Severity    : Ok
Date & Time : Tue Mar 11 17:42:21 2003
Description : +2.5 voltage sensor returned to normal (2.567 V)




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