Newer version of the OMSA MIBs

Trond Hasle Amundsen t.h.amundsen at
Tue Mar 2 08:37:44 CST 2010

"Donald Harper" <Donald.Harper at> writes:

> I found this:
> =biz&deviceid=2331&libid=36&releaseid=R251021&vercnt=3&formatcnt=0&Syste
> mID=PWE_M610&servicetag=&os=RHEL5&osl=en&catid=-1&dateid=-1&typeid=-1&fo
> rmatid=-1&impid=-1&checkFormat=true
> Which I got to by going to, selecting
> Enterprise, searched by HW type, chose a M610, selected RHEL 5, then
> went to the System Management section, and found OM.

Yeah, but this is OM. I'm looking for the MIBs associated with it,
titled "MIBs for PowerEdge", currently available in version 6.0.1.

Version 6.0.1 of the MIBs is not new enough. For example, a physical
drive can (tested with OM have a state "Replacing" as reported
by omreport. Via SNMP this corresponds to the value "22", which is not
defined in the MIBs.

Trond H. Amundsen <t.h.amundsen at>
Center for Information Technology Services, University of Oslo

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