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HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 SNMP Agent Reference Guide

Abstract
This guide describes the implementation of SNMP for monitoring HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 storage systems. The guide lists the monitored storage system components and supported traps, describes the trap protocol and extension MIB, and explains how to use the GUI to limit SNMP access to specific SNMP managers. The intended audience is a storage system administrator or authorized service provider with independent knowledge of HP StorageWorks XP storage systems and Remote Web Console.

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Contents
1 Overview of SNMP.....................................................................................5
SNMP Manager Overview........................................................................................................5 SNMP Manager and SNMP Agent Interaction.........................................................................5 Management Information Base (MIB)......................................................................................6 SNMP Agent Overview.............................................................................................................6 System Configuration............................................................................................................6 SNMP Agent Functions.........................................................................................................7 SNMP Manager Functions.........................................................................................................8 Component Status Information...............................................................................................8

2 Using the SNMP GUI................................................................................10


SNMP Information Tab............................................................................................................10

3 Performing SNMP Operations....................................................................14


Adding SNMP Manager IP Addresses.......................................................................................14 Deleting SNMP Manager IP Addresses......................................................................................15 Adding a Community Name....................................................................................................16 Deleting a Community Name...................................................................................................17 Changing a Community Name.................................................................................................17 Adding Community IP Addresses..............................................................................................18 Deleting a Community IP Address.............................................................................................19 Testing the SNMP Trap Report..................................................................................................20

4 SNMP Supported MIB...............................................................................21


Trap Configuration..................................................................................................................21 Extension Trap Specifications...............................................................................................21 Extension Trap PDU............................................................................................................21 Standard MIB Specifications....................................................................................................22 Supported MIB..................................................................................................................22 MIB Access Mode..............................................................................................................22 Object Identifier System......................................................................................................22 Supported Traps................................................................................................................24 MIB Mounting Specifications...............................................................................................24 Extension MIB Specifications....................................................................................................25 Extension MIB Configuration...............................................................................................25 Extension MIB Configuration....................................................................................................32

5 SNMP Failure Trap Reference.....................................................................34 6 Troubleshooting........................................................................................41


Mitigating SNMP Errors...........................................................................................................41 Calling HP Technical Support...................................................................................................41

7 Support and Other Resources.....................................................................42


Related Documentation............................................................................................................42 Conventions for Storage Capacity Values...................................................................................42 HP Technical Support..............................................................................................................42
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Subscription Service................................................................................................................43 HP Websites..........................................................................................................................43 Documentation Feedback.........................................................................................................43

Glossary....................................................................................................44 Index.........................................................................................................46

Contents

1 Overview of SNMP
This chapter provides an overview of SNMP including an overview of the agent and management functions: SNMP Manager Overview (page 5) SNMP Agent Overview (page 6) SNMP Manager Functions (page 8) HP StorageWorks XP24000 Disk Array HP StorageWorks XP20000 Disk Array

Unless otherwise specified, the term storage system in this guide refers to the following disk arrays:

The GUI illustrations in this guide were created using a Windows computer with the Internet Explorer browser. Actual windows may differ depending on the operating system and browser used. GUI contents also vary with licensed program products, storage system models, and firmware versions.

SNMP Manager Overview


SNMP Manager and SNMP Agent Interaction
The following figure shows an SNMP environment. Figure 1 SNMP Environment

SNMP is an industry-standard protocol for managing and monitoring network devices, including disk devices, routers, and hubs. SNMP uses SGMP to manage the TCP/IP gateways. The standardized configuration and database of network management information is called a MIB. A standard MIB is common to all SNMP interfaces. An extension MIB is defined by the particular managed device or protocol. An SNMP manager monitors the devices, which are referred to as managed nodes. The primary types of interaction between the SNMP manager and an SNMP agent are polling and trap. Typically, the SNMP manager polls the SNMP agents on a periodic basis, to determine whether the device is operating normally. If an abnormal event occurs, the SNMP Agent can report the condition without a request from the manager, by using a message called trap. When an SNMP Manager polls the agent, the following dialog takes place: An SNMP manager sends a request packet to an SNMP agent, which requests data regarding the status of managed node. The SNMP agent sends a response packet back to the SNMP manager.

SNMP Manager Overview

SNMP uses the TCP/IP UDP. If the SNMP agent does not respond within a specified time period, the SNMP manager re-sends the request packet. That time period is set by the system administrator, taking into account the network traffic and operation policy. If an SNMP agent again does not respond to the re-sent packet, the SNMP manager assumes that an error has occurred. Depending on the times set for polling and response, this can take several seconds.

If an SNMP agent detects an abnormal event, it sends a trap to the SNMP manager. However, if a trap is dropped in transmission, the SNMP manager does not know that it was sent. For this reason, you should use both polling and traps to determine whether an abnormal event has occurred.

Management Information Base (MIB)


Each managed device has certain types of information, including the configuration information, the status information for device, and statistical, which is known collectively as a Management Information Base (MIB). Each parameter is called a managed object, and it consists of the parameter name, one or more parameter(s), and a group of operations that can be executed with the object. The MIB defines the type of information that can be obtained from a managed device, and the device settings that can be controlled from a management system.

SNMP Agent Overview


System Configuration
The SNMP agent for the HP storage system is on the SVP, which is the computer within the storage array that manages the storage system. The storage system has an exclusive LAN for communications between a disk controller and a service processor, and a separate LAN for SNMP. The configuration of each Network Management Station is determined by the type of SNMP Manager. The following figure illustrates the SNMP environment. Figure 2 SNMP Environment Architecture

The following figure shows an example of SNMP operations by using an SNMP manager.

Overview of SNMP

Figure 3 Example of SNMP Operations

SNMP Agent Functions


SNMP Traps
An SNMP agent reports a storage system error to a SNMP manager using the trap report function. If an error occurs, an SNMP agent issues an SNMP trap to an SNMP manager to report a failure. Issuing an SNMP trap, an SNMP agent also reports a product number, nickname, reference code, and an identifier of the component. The following table lists the events that trigger an SNMP agent trap. Table 1 SNMP Trap Triggering Events
Events Acute failure detected. Serious failure detected. Moderate failure detected. Service failure detected. Description All operations in a storage system stopped. Operation in a component where a failure occurred stopped. Partial failure. Minor failure.

An SNMP agent logs the most recent 256 traps, so you can see the trap history of a particular device.

SNMP Agent Operations


The following table lists the types SNMP Agent operations. Table 2 SNMP Agent Operations
Operation GET Description Obtains a specific MIB object value. GET REQUEST is the request from an SNMP manager, and GET RESPONSE is the agent's response to that request. GETNEXT Continuously finds a MIB object. GETNEXT REQUEST is the request from an SNMP manager, and GETNEXT RESPONSE is the agent's response to that request. TRAP Reports an event (failure) to an SNMP manager. TRAP occurs without a request from the SNMP manager.

SNMP Agent Overview

Error Report
The following table lists the errors to be reported for the REQUEST operations. Table 3 SNMP Agent REQUEST Operations
Error noError(0) noSuchName(2) Description Normal There are no MIB objects that are required. (Not supported). The GETNEXT REQUEST command that is specified for the following object identifier of the last supported MIB object is received. readOnly(4) genErr(5) SET REQUEST is received. Error occurred for other reasons. SET operation is not supported. Retry the operation. Corrective Action N/A Verify that the requested object is correct.

SNMP Manager Functions


Component Status Information
You can obtain the status information for certain storage system components from an SNMP manager. The following table lists the components for which the status can be obtained. Table 4 Available Component Status Information
Area Storage System Component Name Processor BUS Cache Shared memory Power supply Battery Fan Others Hard Disk Drive Disk Unit Power supply Fan Others Drive

The following table lists the storage system component status as well as the trap report function. Table 5 Storage system Component Status Types
Status Normal Acute failure detected Serious failure detected Description Normal operation. All operations in a storage system stopped. Operation in a component where a failure occurred stopped.

Overview of SNMP

Table 5 Storage system Component Status Types (continued)


Status Moderate failure detected Service failure detected Description Partial failure. Minor failure.

SNMP Manager Functions

2 Using the SNMP GUI


This chapter explains the SNMP information tab: SNMP Information Tab (page 10)

SNMP Information Tab


The SNMP IP Security tab allows you to limit SNMP access to specific SNMP managers and to enter SNMP trap addresses. Click Go Install SNMP SNMP IP Security in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP IP Security tab displays. Select the SNMP SNMP IP Security tab (see SNMP Information Tab (page 11)). Option buttons (left side of the window) and storage system information icons (window upper right corner) have been omitted from the screen shot. See HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 Remote Web Console User Guide for an illustration.

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Figure 4 SNMP Information Tab

Table 6 SNMP Information Tab


Item Install Description The Extension SNMP check box is selected if the SNMP Agent feature is enabled. To set the SNMP Agent properties from XP Remote Web Console computer, select Extension SNMP on SNMP Information window. Manager The Manager section allows you to add and delete SNMP manager information (see Adding SNMP Manager IP Addresses (page 14)). Displays the IP addresses of registered SNMP managers from which the SNMP agent accepts requests. If no manager is registered, the SNMP agent accepts requests from all managers. You can register up to 32 managers.

IP Address list box

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Table 6 SNMP Information Tab (continued)


Item IP Address text box Description Enter the IP address of the manager that the SNMP Agent receives the request from. Ipv4 and Ipv6 addresses can be specified for IP Address. However, if the OS of SVP is Windows XP and you enter Ipv6 address and select Apply, an error message is displayed and the Ipv6 address is not set. Any IP address having all values set to zero (0) cannot be specified for Ipv4 and Ipv6. The Ipv4 address is specified by entering four (4) numbers that are separated by periods (.) using a maximum 3 digits from zero (0) to 255 inclusive (for example, XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX where X is a number). Enter the numbers only and do not enter periods. The Ipv6 address is specified by entering eight (8) hexadecimal numbers that are separated colons (:) using a maximum 4 digits from zero (0) to FFFF inclusive (for example, YYYY:YYYY:YYYY:YYYY:YYYY:YYYY:YYYY:YYYY where Y is a hexadecimal number). Enter the hexadecimal numbers only and do not enter the colons. The cursor can be moved between the entry field using the Tab key. Ipv4 radio box Is selected when entering an Ipv4 address. The Ipv4 address can be entered to IP address text box when this radio box is selected. Is selected when entering Ipv6 address. The Ipv6 address can be entered to IP address text box when this radio box is selected. Adds new IP addresses to the IP Address list box. Allows you to add, delete, or change SNMP trap information. The registered IP address is the trap destination for the specified community. Each community can have more than one defined IP address (see Adding a Community Name (page 16) and Adding Community IP Addresses (page 18)). You can register up to 32 community names and up to 32 IP addresses per community name. You can use up to 180 alphanumeric characters for a community name. You cannot use the following: ", \, ;, :, ,, *, ?, <, >, |, /, ^, &, %, and a space before or after the community name.

Ipv6 radio box

Set Community & Trap

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Table 6 SNMP Information Tab (continued)


Item System Group Description Allows you to add, delete or change SNMP system group information. If system group information has already been registered, the registered information displays. To register the system group information, the Extension SNMP check box must be selected. When you register system group information, select Apply. System group information is as follows: Name: Connected storage system name. Remote Web Console users can change the device name. You can use up to 180 alphanumeric characters for a device name. You cannot use the following: ", \, ;, :, ,, *, ?, <, >, |, /, ^, &, %, . You can use a space in the middle of the device name, but not before and after and a space before or after the device name. The device name is required to use SNMP Agent. Make sure to document the device name, because settings will be cleared when SVP is replaced. Contact: Contact information such as personnel and telephone numbers where you can inquire about the connected storage system. Remote Web Console users can change contact information in Modify mode. Enter contact information using up to 180 alphanumeric characters (ASCII codes), except for some symbols, such as ", \, ;, :, ,, *, ?, <, >, |, /, ^, &, and %. You can also use a space, except before and after contact information. A contact name is required to use SNMP Agent. Make sure to document the contact name, because settings will be cleared when SVP is replaced. Location: Location of connected storage system. Remote Web Console users can change device locations with the modify mode. You must enter a device location using up to 180 alphanumeric characters (ASCII codes). You can use a space, except for before and after the location. You cannot use some symbols, such as ", \, ;, :, ,, *, ?, <, >, |, /, ^, &, and %. The device location is required to use SNMP Agent. Make sure to document the device location, because the settings will be cleared when SVP is replaced. Trap Test Executes test report of the trap to the community registered in the disk storage system. Operation in Modify mode is required to use this button. Operation authority is required as well. Implements settings made on this window. Cancels settings made on this window.

Apply Cancel

SNMP Information Tab

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3 Performing SNMP Operations


This chapter covers adding and deleting an SNMP manager IP address, adding and deleting a community name, along with adding and deleting a community IP address: Adding SNMP Manager IP Addresses (page 14) Deleting SNMP Manager IP Addresses (page 15) Adding a Community Name (page 16) Deleting a Community Name (page 17) Changing a Community Name (page 17) Adding Community IP Addresses (page 18) Deleting a Community IP Address (page 19) Testing the SNMP Trap Report (page 20)

Adding SNMP Manager IP Addresses


To add SNMP Manager IP addresses: 1. 2. Log on to open Remote Web Console Main window. Change to Modify mode (see the HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 Remote Web Console User Guide if you need instructions). Click Go Environmental Settings SNMP Information in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP Information window is displayed (see SNMP Information Tab (page 11)). Select the radio box of Ipv4 or Ipv6 and specify the version of the IP address you enter. NOTE: If the OS of SVP is Windows XP and you enter Ipv6 address and select Apply, an error message is displayed and the Ipv6 address is not set. 4. 5. Enter desired numerical IP address in IP Address text box (see Adding SNMP Manager IP Address (Top: Before Setting, Bottom: After Setting) (page 15)). Select Set. The new IP address is added to IP Address list, but the changes are not implemented.

3.

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6.

Select Apply to implement the changes, or select Cancel to cancel the changes, then select OK on the confirmation message. Figure 5 Adding SNMP Manager IP Address (Top: Before Setting, Bottom: After Setting)

Deleting SNMP Manager IP Addresses


To delete an SNMP Manager IP address: 1. 2. Change to Modify mode. Log on to Remote Web Console. Click Go Environmental Settings SNMP Information in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP Information window is displayed (see SNMP Information Tab (page 11)). Select one or more unwanted IP addresses in IP Address list box. Right-click to display Delete IP Address menu (see Delete IP Address Menu (page 16)). Select Delete IP Address. A confirmation message displays. Select OK or Cancel. Select Apply. Select OK or Cancel.

3. 4. 5. 6.

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Figure 6 Delete IP Address Menu

Adding a Community Name


To add a community name: 1. 2. Change to Modify mode. Log on to Remote Web Console. Click Go Environmental Settings SNMP Information in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP Information window is displayed (see SNMP Information Tab (page 11)). In Community & Trap box, select and right-click Community. Add Community menu displays (see Add Community Menu (page 16)). Select Add Community. Community dialog box (see Add Community dialog box (page 17)) displays. In the Community text box, enter desired community name. You can use up to 180 alphanumeric characters, except for ", \, ;, :, ,, *, ?, <, >, |, /, ^, &, and %. You can also use spaces, except at the beginning or the end of the name. Select OK. The new community name displays in Community & Trap, but the changes are not yet implemented in the storage system. To add one or more IP addresses to the new community, see Adding Community IP Addresses (page 18). To apply changes, select Apply. Select OK or Cancel.

3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8.

Figure 7 Add Community Menu

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Figure 8 Add Community dialog box

Deleting a Community Name


To delete a community name: 1. 2. Change to Modify mode. Log on to open Remote Web Console Main window, click Go Environmental Settings SNMP Information in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP Information window is displayed (see SNMP Information Tab (page 11)). In Community & Trap, select and then right-click the unwanted community. The Delete Community menu displays (see Delete Community Menu (page 17)). Select the Delete Community command. A confirmation message displays. Select OK or Cancel. The selected community is deleted from Community & Trap, but the setting is not yet implemented in the storage system. Select Apply. Select OK or Cancel on the confirmation message.

3. 4. 5. 6.

Figure 9 Delete Community Menu

Changing a Community Name


To change a community name: 1. 2. Change to Modify mode (see the HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 Remote Web Console User Guide if you need instructions). Log on to Remote Web Console. Click Go Environmental Settings SNMP Information in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP Information window is displayed (see SNMP Information Tab (page 11)). Select and then right-click the community name that you want to change in Community & Trap. The Change Community menu displays (see Change Community Menu (page 18)).
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4. 5.

6. 7.

Select Change Community. The Change Community dialog box displays (see Change Community dialog box (page 18)). In the Community text box, overwrite the old community name with a new community name. You can use up to 180 alphanumeric characters, except for ", \, ;, :, ,, *, ?, <, >, |, /, ^, &, and %. You can also use spaces, except at the beginning or the end of the name. Select OK. The changed community name displays in Community & Trap, but the changes are not yet implemented in the storage system. Select Apply. Select OK or Cancel.

Figure 10 Change Community Menu

Figure 1 Change Community dialog box 1

Adding Community IP Addresses


To add a community IP address: 1. Log on to Remote Web Console. Click Go Environmental Settings SNMP Information in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP Information window is displayed (see SNMP Information Tab (page 11)). Select and right-click the desired community to display the Add Community menu (see Add IP Address Menu (page 19)). Select Add IP Address. The Add IP Address dialog box displays (see IP Address dialog box (page 19)). In IP Address, enter a new IP address or select an existing IP address.

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NOTE: If the values for an IP address are all set to zero (0), that address cannot be specified for Ipv4 and Ipv6. The Add IP Address dialog box does not support shortened expression for Ipv6 address. Enter 8 hexadecimal numbers that are separated colons (:) to a maximum 4 digits from zero (0) to FFFF inclusive. When the OS of the SVP is Windows XP, if you enter an Ipv6 address and select Apply, an error message is displayed and the Ipv6 address cannot be set.

5. 6.

Select OK. The new IP address displays in Community & Trap, but the change is not yet implemented. Select Apply. Select OK or Cancel.

Figure 12 Add IP Address Menu

Figure 13 IP Address dialog box

Deleting a Community IP Address


To delete a community IP address: 1. 2. Change to Modify mode. Log on to Remote Web Console. Click Go Environmental Settings SNMP Information in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP Information window is displayed (see SNMP Information Tab (page 11)). Select SNMP Information. In Community & Trap, select the unwanted community IP address. Right-click to display Delete IP Address menu (see Delete Community IP Address Menu (page 20)).
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Select Delete IP Address. A confirmation message displays. Select OK or Cancel. The selected IP address is deleted from Community & Trap, but the change is not yet implemented. Select Apply or Cancel. Select OK on the confirmation message.

Figure 14 Delete Community IP Address Menu

Testing the SNMP Trap Report


To test the SNMP Trap report: 1. 2. 3. 4. Log on to Remote Web Console. Click Go Environmental Settings SNMP Information in the menu bar of Remote Web Console Main window. The SNMP Information window appears. Change to Modify mode. Select Trap Test. A confirmation message displays. Select OK or Cancel. Verify whether the SNMP trap report, which is reference code 7FFFFF, is received by the SNMP manager registered in the community.

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4 SNMP Supported MIB


This chapter explains MIB specifications, standard and extension, the SNMP GUI, and trap configuration: Trap Configuration (page 21) Standard MIB Specifications (page 22) Extension MIB Specifications (page 25) Extension MIB Configuration (page 25)

Trap Configuration
Extension Trap Specifications
The specifications of the supported extension trap are as follows. Table 7 Extension Trap Specifications
Operation SNMP Community Protocol Data Unit (PDU) Type Enterprise ID Agent IP Address Generic Trap Code Specific Trap Code Specification Specified community name Trap PDU Agent Identifier Agent IP Address EnterpriseSpecific See Specific Trap Codes (page 21). Mounting Value 4 1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.3.1 1.4.1.1

Table 8 Specific Trap Codes


Specific Trap Code 1 2 3 4 Name RaidEventUserAcute RaidEventUserSerious RaidEventUserModerate RaidEventUserService Description Failure report: All operations in a storage system stopped. Failure report: Operation in a component where a failure occurred stopped. Failure report: Partial failure. Failure report: Minor failure.

Extension Trap PDU


Failure Report Trap
An extension trap PDU includes the product number of the device that experienced the failure, the device nickname, and a failure reference code. If you obtain the information with GetRequest command, access the MIB by using the product number of the device as an index. Table 9 (page 22) shows the failure report trap.

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Table 9 Failure Report Trap


Name EventTrapSerialNumber Object Identifier 1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.5.1 1.4.2.1 Type INTEGER Description The product number of the device that experienced the failure. The device nickname. The failure reference The area where the failure occurred (Note). Failure occurrence date. Failure occurrence time. Detailed information about a failure.

EventTrapNickname EventTrapREFCODE EventTrapPartsID EventTrapDate EventTrapTime EventTrapDescription

1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.5.1 1.4.2.2 1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.5.1 1.4.2.3 1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.5.1 1.4.2.4 1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.5.1 1.4.2.5 1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.5.1 1.4.2.6 1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.5.1 1.4.2.7

DisplayString DisplayString OBJECT IDENTIFIER DisplayString DisplayString DisplayString

NOTE: For example, the object identifier for a failure in a storage system processor would be 1.3.6.1.4.1.1 16.5.1 1.4.1.1.6.1.2.

Standard MIB Specifications


Supported MIB
The following table shows the supported MIBs. If you send a GET request for an object (MIB) that is not supported, you will receive NoSuchName as a GET RESPONSE. Table 10 Supported MIBs
MIB Standard MIB: MIB-II system group interface group at group ip group icmp group tcp group udp group egp group snmp group Extension MIB Supported? Supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Supported

MIB Access Mode


The access mode for MIB in all communities is read only. If you send a GET request for a SET operation, you will receive NoSuchName as a GET RESPONSE.

Object Identifier System


An object system supported by SNMP agent is as follows:

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Figure 15 Object System (1)

Figure 16 Object System (2)

Figure 17 Object System (3)

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Supported Traps
The following table shows the supported trap types. Table 1 Extension Trap Types 1
Specific Trap Code 1 2 3 4 Trap RaidEventUserAcute RaidEventUserSerious RaidEventUserModerate RaidEventUserService Description All operations in a storage system stopped. Operation in a component where a failure occurred stopped. Partial failure. Minor failure.

MIB Mounting Specifications


The supported MIB mounting specifications are as follows: mgmt: OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {iso(1) org(3) dod(6) internet(1) 2 } mib-2: OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {mgmt 1}

An SNMP agent mounts only system groups in mib-2, as shown in the following table. Table 12 System Groups
Name sysDescr {system 1} sysObjectID {system 2} Object ID indicating the product identification number. Description Name of hardware or OS. Mounted Value Fixed value RAID 600 Fixed value. See Object Identifier System (page 22). 1.2.6.1.4.1.1 16.3.1 1.4.1.1 sysUpTime {system 3} sysContact {system 4} An accumulated time from an SNMP agent. A manager who manages an agent or a contact address. Unit: ms

Maximum 180 characters in an ASCII characters string (see Note) Input by a user from an SNMP setting window.

sysName {system 5}

A given name for managing an agent. Maximum 180 characters in an ASCII characters string (see Note) Input by a user from an SNMP setting window.

sysLocation {system 6}

An agent setup location.

Maximum 180 characters in an ASCII characters string (see Note) Input by a user from an SNMP setting window.

sysService {system 7}

Value indicating a service.

Fixed value 76 (decimal)

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NOTE:

The following symbols cannot be used: \ , / : ; * ? " < > | & % ^

Extension MIB Specifications


Extension MIB Configuration
Extension MIB Configuration (page 25) shows the Extension MIB configuration. Figure 18 Extension MIB Configuration

raidExMibName
raidExMibName indicates the SVP product name.

raidExMibVersion
raidExMibVersion indicates the microcode version.

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raidExMibAgentVersion
raidExMibAgentVersion indicates the internal version of the extension MIB.

Number of Storage Systems under Control of SVP (raidExMibDkcCount)


raidExMibDkcCount suggests the number of a storage system under the control of SVP.

raidExMibRaidList
raidExMibRaidList indicates the storage system under the control of the SVP.

(raidlistEntry)
raidlistEntry indicates the list of arrays managed by this SVP

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The following table shows the type of information displayed for each storage system Table 13 Storage system Information
Name raidlistSerialNumber ::=raidlistEntry(1) raidlistMibNickName ::=raidlistEntry(2) raidlistDKCMainVersion ::=raidlistEntry(3) raidlistDKCProductName ::=raidlistEntry(4) DisplayString Storage system product type. DisplayString DisplayString Type INTEGER Description Storage system product number (index). Mounted Value 1-99,999 Attribute read-only

Storage system nickname. (Max. 18 characters) Microcode version. (Max. 10 characters) *1 (7 characters)

read-only

read-only

read-only

*1 RAID600 will be indicated as Storage system product type (raidlistDKCProductName).

raidExMibDKCHW
raidExMibDKCHW indicates the status of the storage system components.

dkcHWEntry
dkcHWEntry indicates the status of the storage system components.

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The following table describes the status of the storage system components Table 14 Storage system component information
Name DKCRaidListIndexSerialNumber ::=dkcHWEntry(1) DKCHWProcessor ::=dkcHWEntry(2) DKCHWCSW ::=dkcHWEntry(3) DKCHWCache ::=dkcHWEntry(4) DKCHWSM ::=dkcHWEntry(5) DKCHWPS ::=dkcHWEntry(6) DKCHWBattery ::=dkcHWEntry(7) DKCHWFan ::=dkcHWEntry(8) DKCHWEnvironment ::=dkcHWEntry(9) INTEGER Others. INTEGER Status of fan. INTEGER Status of battery. INTEGER INTEGER Status of shared memory. Status of power supply. INTEGER Status of cache. INTEGER Status of internal star. INTEGER Type INTEGER Description Storage system product number (index). Status of processor. MIB Value 1-99,999 Attribute read-only

Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit)

read-only

read-only

read-only

read-only

read-only

read-only

read-only

read-only

NOTE:

The status of each component is indicated as follows:

1: Normal. 2: Acute failure detected. 3: Serious failure detected. 4: Moderate failure detected. 5: Service failure detected.

raidExMibDKUHW
raidExMibDKUHW indicates the status of the storage system components.
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dkuHWEntry
dkuHWEntry indicates the status of the disk unit components.

Table 15 Storage System component information


Name DKURaidListIndexSerialNumber ::=dkuHWEntry(1) DKUHWPS ::=dkuHWEntry(2) DKUHWFan ::=dkuHWEntry(3) DKUHWEnvironment ::=dkuHWEntry(4) DKUHWDrive ::=dkuHWEntry(5) INTEGER INTEGER Status of environment monitor. Status of drive. INTEGER Status of fan. INTEGER Type INTEGER Description Storage system product number (index). Status of power supply. MIB Value 1-99,999 Attribute read-only

Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit) Note (1 digit)

read-only

read-only

read-only

read-only

Extension MIB Specifications

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NOTE:

The status of each component is indicated as follows:

1: Normal. 2: Acute failure detected. 3: Serious failure detected. 4: Moderate failure detected. 5: Service failure detected.

raidExMibDKCHW2
raidExMibDKCHW2 indicates the status of the storage system components.

Table 16 Storage system components information 2


Name DKC2RaidListIndexSerialNumber ::=dkcHW2Entry(1) DKCHW2Environment ::=dkcHW2Entry(2) DKCHW2SVP ::=dkcHW2Entry(3) DKCHW2PP ::=dkcHW2Entry(4) INTEGER Status of program product failure. INTEGER INTEGER Type INTEGER Description Storage system product number (index). Information about environmental failure. Status of SVP. MIB Value 1-99,999 Attribute read-only

Note
(1 digit)

read-only

Note
(1 digit)

read-only

Note
(1 digit)

read-only

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NOTE:

The status of each component is indicated as follows:

1: Normal. 2: Acute failure detected. 3: Serious failure detected. 4: Moderate failure detected. 5: Service failure detected.

raidExMibTrapList
raidExMibTrapList suggests the history of the failure traps.

Table 17 Failure Information


Name EventListIndexSerialNumber ::=eventTrapEntry(1) EventListNickname ::=eventTrapEntry(2) EventListIndexRecordNo ::=eventTrapEntry(3) EventListREFCODE ::=eventTrapEntry(4) EventListData ::=eventTrapEntry(5) DisplayString Date when the failure occurred. yyyy/mm/dd (10 characters) read-only DisplayString Reference code. (6 characters) read-only Counter DisplayString Type INTEGER Description Storage system product number (index). Storage system nickname. Number of record. MIB Value 1-99,999 Attribute read-only

(Max. 18 characters) 1-256

read-only

read-only

Extension MIB Specifications

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Table 17 Failure Information (continued)


Name EventListTime ::=eventTrapEntry(6) EventListDescription ::=eventTrapEntry(7) DisplayString Type DisplayString Description Time when the failure occurred. Detailed information about the failure. MIB Value hh:mm:ss (18 characters) (maximum 256 characters) read-only Attribute read-only

Extension MIB Configuration


Figure 19 Extension MIB Configuration (1)

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Figure 20 Extension MIB Configuration (2)

Extension MIB Configuration

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5 SNMP Failure Trap Reference


This chapter shows the alert level, the trap reference code, the description, and the alert level: SNMP Failure Trap Reference Codes (page 34) SIM List for TrueCopy for Mainframe Errors (page 40)

The following table shows the alert level, the trap reference code, the description, and the alert level. Table 18 SNMP Failure Trap Reference Codes
Trap Reference Code SIM22 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 SIM23 3x 72 80 82 93 94 A0 A2 A3 D0 SIM13 yz xy xy xy xy xy xy xy xy xy LCM hard error ADP blockade RIO path blockade Remote copy logical path blockade (notification of failure from extender) Link data transfer error Link data transfer error HTP hardware error HTP path blockade HTP blockade External port blockade x: The CHA package number y: The number of the port in the package 21 D2 xy External device response timeout x: The CHA package number y: The number of the port in the package 30 30 30 73 75 A0 xy xy xx Processor blockade FM failure CHA PCB blockade xx=00:Fibre, xx=01:MFibre, xx=02:Serial xx=FF:All CHA 30 31 31 31 CF CF A1 73 75 A0 82 83 00 xy xy 00 xy xy DKC blockade Processor blockade FM failure DKA PCB blockade DRR blockade FCA blockade Acute MODERATE MODERATE Acute MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE Acute SERVICE Processor MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE SERIOUS SERIOUS MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE Description Alert Level

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Table 18 SNMP Failure Trap Reference Codes (continued)


Trap Reference Code SIM22 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF SIM23 C2 C3 F1 F2 F3 F4 E2 E9 SIM13 xy 0x xy xy 0x 0x 0x 01 Cache Module Blockade processing finished Cache Package Blockade processing finished Cache temporary failure Module blockade Package blockade Module group blocking Area blocking HP StorageWorks XP for Compatible Parallel Access Volumes Software microcode volatilization Recovery of area blocked temporarily was completed Temporary blockade Drive port blockade (Path 0 side) Drive port blockade (Path 1 side) LDEV blockade (Fibre blockade) (Path 0 side) LDEV blockade (Fibre blockade) (Path 1 side) Drive blockade (Drive system) xxx: The drive number EF EF EF EF EF FF 43 1y 2y 5x 9y D0 5x Bx xx xx yy xx 00 yy xx Drive blockade (Drive system) Drive blockade (Drive system) External volume write error LDEV blockade (Drive system) Device connecting to external storage system is blocked. External volume read error Drive blockade (Media system) xxx: The drive number 43 45 45 45 45 46 Cy 1y 2y 3y 5y 1y xx xx xx xx xx xx Drive blockade (Media system) Correction copy start Correction copy normal end Correction copy abnormal end Correction copy warning end Dynamic sparing start Drive SERIOUS SERVICE SERVICE SERIOUS SERVICE SERVICE Drive failure Drive SERIOUS SERVICE MODERATE SERIOUS SERIOUS MODERATE SERIOUS Drive failure Drive Cache SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE MODERATE MODERATE SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS Description Alert Level

FF FF DF DF DF DF EF

EA EE 8y 9y Ay By 0x

0x 0x xx xx xx xx xx

SERVICE SERVICE MODERATE MODERATE SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS

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Table 18 SNMP Failure Trap Reference Codes (continued)


Trap Reference Code SIM22 46 46 46 49 AC BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF 74 7B 7C 7F 7F SIM23 2y 3y 5y 0x 50 0x 0x 1x 2x 4x 41 41 5x 5x 58 60 60 6A 7x 8x E3 22 48 4C 78 79 Others 00 03 F4 F5 03 00 0x 0x SIM13 xx xx xx xx xy A5 A6 1x 1x 1x A5 A6 1x Bx xx D0 D1 xx 1x Ax A2 xx xx xx xx xx Dynamic sparing normal end Dynamic sparing abnormal end Dynamic sparing warning end Sidefile 40% over HDU power supply shutdown detected Fuse failure Fuse failure Abnormal temperature Alarm for voltage Warning for power supply Warning of power supply box Warning of power supply box Warning for battery Warning for battery Warning for battery Warning for alternating current (3 phase AC Box) Warning for alternating current (DKU AC Power supply Box) (DKU) Abnormal fan Fan (DKC) Battery DKC environment Battery Power supply Power supply (DKC) Power supply (DKU) Environmental failure SERVICE MODERATE SERVICE SERVICE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE Router failure SVP failure MODERATE MODERATE SERVICE MODERATE Description Alert Level

Warning caused by remaining a jumper DKC environment socket Error in two-SVP configuration AC-DC alarm 56V Low voltage 37V Low voltage Abnormal fan Fan fuse blow Sub-SVP error Router failure Audit log FTP transfer failed Virus detected (Cleaning finished) Virus detected (Virus isolated) SVP error Power supply (DKU) HDD-PL

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Table 18 SNMP Failure Trap Reference Codes (continued)


Trap Reference Code SIM22 7F 7F 7F 7F SIM23 F6 F7 F8 F9 SIM13 0x xx xx xx Virus detected (Virus isolation failed) Expiration Exceeded the licensed capacity Program product invalidated by the expiration of the prerequisite program product. This is not a failure but a test code. This code is output only by the SNMP trap. Pair suspend due to RIO path blockade Pair suspend due to failure detected in M-VOL Pair suspend due to failure detected in R-VOL Pair suspend due to DFW/DRV CAC off from R-VOL Pair suspend due to the suspend report from R-VOL Pair suspend due to the Simplex report from R-VOL R-VOL has been suspended because an unrecoverable failure occurred in the remote copy connection. Abnormal status occurring during ERASE operation in migration copy Suspicion of the pair status failure A currently used M-VOL has been suspended because an unrecoverable failure occurred in the remote copy connection. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB 1x yy A currently used M-VOL has been suspended because an unrecoverable failure occurred in an M-VOL or the remote copy connection. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB 2x yy A currently used M-VOL has been suspended because an unrecoverable failure occurred in an R-VOL. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number SERIOUS SERIOUS SVP License key SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS Description Alert Level

7F D4 D4 D4 D4 D4 D4 D4

FF 0x 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x

FF xx xx xx xx xx xx xx

SERVICE

Failure with paired SERIOUS volumes SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS

D4 D4 DB

8x Fx 0x

xx xx yy

SERIOUS SERIOUS Failure with paired SERIOUS volumes

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Table 18 SNMP Failure Trap Reference Codes (continued)


Trap Reference Code SIM22 DB SIM23 3x SIM13 yy A currently used M-VOL has been suspended because DFW to R-VOL was prohibited. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB 4x yy A currently used M-VOL has been suspended because an operation for suspending an R-VOL was performed. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB 5x yy A currently used M-VOL has been suspended because an operation for deleting a pair was performed on an R-VOL. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB 6x yy A currently used R-VOL has been suspended because an unrecoverable failure occurred in the remote copy connection. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB 7x yy A currently used R-VOL has been suspended because an unrecoverable failure occurred in R-VOL. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB Dx yy MCU detected a moderate-level SIM of RCU. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB Ex yy MCU detected an acute-level or serious-level SIM of RCU. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DB Fx yy The M-VOL status and the R-VOL status are not the same. x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DC DC DC 0x 1x 2x xx xx xx Volume used as P-VOL has been suspended (Unable to restore path) Volume used as P-VOL has been suspended (MCU failure detected) Volume used as P-VOL has been suspended (RCU failure detected) SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS Failure with paired SERIOUS volumes MODERATE SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS Description Alert Level

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Table 18 SNMP Failure Trap Reference Codes (continued)


Trap Reference Code SIM22 DC DC DC DC DC SIM23 4x 5x 6x 7x 9x SIM13 xx xx xx xx yy Volume used as P-VOL has been suspended (S-VOL suspension detected) Volume used as P-VOL has been suspended (S-VOL pair deletion detected) Volume used as S-VOL has been suspended (Unable to restore path) Volume used as S-VOL has been suspended (RCU failure detected) Volume used as a P-VOL of Delta resync has been suspended x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number DC Ax yy Volume in the main storage system has been suspended because failure suspend occurs in the remote storage system. Copying ended abnormally HP StorageWorks XP for FlashCopy Mirroring Software V2 ended abnormally because of loss of data from the shared memory Compatible FlashCopy ended abnormally because of loss of data from the shared memory Pair has been suspended forcibly because of loss of data from the shared memory. The HP StorageWorks XP Snapshot option ended abnormally due to volatilization of the shared memory. XP Auto LUN ended abnormally Background copying for canceling relationship ended abnormally Compatible FlashCopy V2 ended abnormally x: The CU number yy: The LDEV number 4B 60 60 60 62 62 3x 1x 2x 2F 0x 1x yy xx xx FF xx xx The XP Snapshot option ended abnormally. Exceeded the pool usage threshold. Pool blockade No free area in SM. Exceeded the pool usage threshold1. Exceeded the pool usage threshold2. XP Thin Provisioning Pool XP Snapshot Pool MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE 39 SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS Description Alert Level

47 47

Dx E5

xx xx

MODERATE MODERATE

47

E6

xx

MODERATE

47

E7

00

MODERATE

47

EC

00

MODERATE

47 4B 4B

Fx 0x 2x

xx xx yy

Failure with paired MODERATE volumes Copy failure MODERATE

Failure with paired MODERATE volumes

Table 18 SNMP Failure Trap Reference Codes (continued)


Trap Reference Code SIM22 62 62 62 62 63 SIM23 2x 3x 40 50 0x SIM13 xx xx 00 00 xx Pool became full. Pool detected a failure. No free area in SM. The pool usage threshold is being exceeded. Exceeded the XP Thin Provisioning volume usage threshold. MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE MODERATE Description Alert Level

The SIM Code for TrueCopy for Mainframe errors is determined by the mode. See SIM List for TrueCopy for Mainframe Errors (page 40). Others Other failures Other failures SERIOUS

The type of SIM for TrueCopy for Mainframe errors is determined by the mode. Table 19 SIM List for TrueCopy for Mainframe Errors
Mode SYNC SEMISYNC D0 D5 D1 D6 SIM22 D2 D7 D4 DB

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6 Troubleshooting
This chapter provides troubleshooting information for the HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 SNMP Agent Reference Guide: Mitigating SNMP Errors (page 41) Calling HP Technical Support (page 41)

Mitigating SNMP Errors


Use setup.exe when you install a secondary SVP. If you do not, traps could be reported to an IP address that is not specified in SNMP settings. This could have serious consequences, including the following: SNMP Security Function If the SNMP security function is working, and a command is executed from an IP address that is not entered, you will get a no reply return and a certification error is received for a trap. SNMP Cold Trap Function Depending on your network environment, when the SVP is rebooted you might not receive Microsoft agent SNMP agent cold traps. The Microsoft SNMP agent might report Link up/Link down Trap when the SVP reboots. A number of Link up/Link down Traps may be reported when the OS of the SVP is Windows Vista.

Abnormal Response to SNMP Command If an error occurs in the SVP, traps might not be sent. Problems Inputting MIB Definition Files If you cannot input two or more MIB definition files because of the specifications of the SNMP manager software, use the MIB definition files for storage system. Error reports include storage system nicknames, which can be used to identify each storage system series (for example, HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 Disk Array and HP StorageWorks XP12000/XP10000 Disk Array).

Calling HP Technical Support


If you need to call HP technical support, make sure to provide as much information about the problem as possible. Include the circumstances surrounding the error or failure, the storage system Remote Web Console configuration information saved in the floppy diskette(s) by the FD Dump Tool, the exact content of any messages displayed on the Remote Web Console, and the severity levels and reference codes of service information messages (SIMs) displayed on the Status tab of the Remote Web Console main window. For worldwide technical support information, see the HP support website: http://www.hp.com/support

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7 Support and Other Resources


Related Documentation
HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 LUN Manager User Guide HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 Disk Array Owner Guide HP StorageWorks XP24000/XP20000 Remote Web Console User Guide HP StorageWorks XP10000 Disk Array Owner Guide HP StorageWorks XP12000 Disk Array Owner Guide HP StorageWorks XP12000/XP10000 Remote Web Console User Guide http://www.hp.com/support/manuals In the Storage section, click Storage Software and then select a product.

You can find these documents on the HP Manuals website:

Conventions for Storage Capacity Values


HP XP storage systems use the following values to calculate physical storage capacity values (hard disk drives): 1 KB (kilobyte) = 1,000 bytes 1 MB (megabyte) = 1,0002 bytes 1 GB (gigabyte) = 1,0003 bytes 1 TB (terabyte) = 1,0004 bytes 1 PB (petabyte) = 1,0005 bytes

HP XP storage systems use the following values to calculate logical storage capacity values (logical devices): 1 KB (kilobyte) = 1,024 bytes 1 MB (megabyte) = 1,0242 bytes 1 GB (gigabyte) = 1,0243 bytes 1 TB (terabyte) = 1,0244 bytes 1 PB (petabyte) = 1,0245 bytes 1 block = 512 bytes

HP Technical Support
For worldwide technical support information, see the HP support website: http://www.hp.com/support Before contacting HP, collect the following information: Product model names and numbers Technical support registration number (if applicable) Product serial numbers Error messages

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Operating system type and revision level Detailed questions

Subscription Service
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HP Websites
For additional information, see the following HP websites: http://www.hp.com http://www.hp.com/go/storage http://www.hp.com/support/manuals http://www.hp.com/storage/spock

Documentation Feedback
HP welcomes your feedback. To make comments and suggestions about product documentation, send a message to storagedocsFeedback@hp.com. All submissions become the property of HP.

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Glossary
A ADP C CAC CHA CU D DASD DFW DKC DKU DRV F FCA FD H HDD HTP L LCM LD, LDEV Link Control Module. Logical device. An LDEV is created when a RAID group is carved into pieces according to the selected host emulation mode (that is, OPEN-3, OPEN-8, OPEN-9). The number of resulting LDEVs depends on the selected emulation mode. The term LDEV is also known as term volume. Hard disk drive. Hyper Transfer Program. Fibre Channel adapter. Floppy disk. Direct-access storage device. DASD fast write. Disk controller. Disk unit. Driver. Common access card. Channel adapter. Control unit. ADaPter. Hardware that connects the LCM to the CHA physically and logically.

M M-VOL MCU MIB P PCB PDU PPRC R R-SIM R-VOL RCHA RCU
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Main volume. Main control unit. Management Information Base.

Printed circuit board. Protocol Data Unit. Peer-to-Peer Remote Copy.

Remote service information message. Remote volume. RAID Channel Adapter. Remote control unit.

RIO S SGMP SIM SM SVP

Remote I/O.

Simple Gateway Management Protocol. Service information message. Shared memory. Service processor. A computer built into a disk array. The SVP, used only by an HP service representative, provides a direct interface to the disk array.

U UDP V VOL, vol Volume. User Datagram Protocol.

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Index
A
adding SNMP community IP address, 18 SNMP community name, 16 SNMP managers, 14 conventions, 42 storage systems supported models, 5 Subscriber's Choice, HP, 43

T
technical support, 43 HP, 42 testing SNMP Trap Report, 20

C
changing SNMP community name, 17 conventions storage capacity values, 42

W
websites HP, 43 HP Subscriber's Choice for Business, 43 product manuals, 42

D
deleting SNMP community IP address, 19 SNMP community name, 17 SNMP managers, 15 document related documentation, 42 documentation HP website, 42 providing feedback, 43

H
help obtaining, 42 HP technical support, 42

I
instructions adding SNMP community IP address, 18 adding SNMP community name, 16 adding SNMP managers, 14 changing SNMP community name, 17 deleting SNMP community IP address, 19 deleting SNMP community name, 17 deleting SNMP managers, 15 testing SNMP Trap Report, 20

R
related documentation, 42

S
SNMP Agent operations adding SNMP community IP address, 18 adding SNMP community name, 16 adding SNMP managers, 14 changing SNMP community name, 17 deleting SNMP community IP address, 19 deleting SNMP community name, 17 deleting SNMP managers, 15 testing SNMP Trap Report, 20 SNMP Information tab, 1 1 storage capacity values
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