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MM910 Management Module V100R001 User Guide 24

This document provides the product description, installation and configuration methods, and common operations of the E9000 server chassis management module MM910.
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Component Alarm Monitoring

Component Alarm Monitoring



On the Alarm Monitoring page, you can view the status of indicators and sensors of components in a chassis. For details, see Table 7-79.

Table 7-79 Status of indicators and sensors






Health status indicator. The indicator status is as follows:

  • Off: indicates that the device is not powered on.
  • Green: indicates that the device hardware is operating properly.
  • Red: indicates that an alarm is generated by the device.


The Unit Identification (UID) indicator helps locate a compute node in a rack. You can control the UID indicator status (off or on) by remotely using the MM910 or by manually pressing the UID indicator.

  • Off: The compute node is not located or is not powered on.
  • On: The compute node is located.

If a compute node is powered on, you can hold down the button for 6 seconds to reset BMC.


Power button and indicator. The indicator status is as follows:

  • Off: indicates that the device is not powered on.
  • Green: indicates that the device is successfully powered on.


Active/standby status indicator for the MM910. The indicator status is as follows:

  • Off: indicates that the MM910 is in standby state.
  • Steady green: indicates that the MM910 is in active state.


Threshold Sensors

A type of sensor with alarm thresholds. The sensor status change is continuous. The alarm thresholds of each threshold sensor are displayed on the MM910 web user interface (WebUI).

Discrete Sensors

A type of sensor with fixed parameter values. The sensor status change is discrete. The status of each discrete sensor is displayed on the MM910 WebUI.

Set Alarm Severity

Management port

  • Set the severity of the Alarm Caused by Network Failure of Management Network Ports alarm. The default value is Critical.
  • Only administrators and operators of the super domain can set this parameter.

Setting the Thresholds and Hysteresis of a Threshold Sensor


Log in to the WebUIs of the active and standby MM910s respectively to query or set the thresholds and hysteresis of threshold sensors.

  1. On the Threshold Sensors tab page, click the name of the target sensor in the Sensor column. See Figure 7-28.

    The sensor setting page is displayed.

    Figure 7-28 Threshold sensor

  2. On the page shown in Figure 7-29, set the alarm thresholds, positive hysteresis, and negative hysteresis for the sensor.

    When setting the parameters, follow these rules:

    • You can set alarm thresholds only in the text boxes without N/A.
    • If all alarm thresholds are N/A, no hysteresis can be set.
    • Alarm thresholds are associated with a positive hysteresis and negative hysteresis. You are advised to set the thresholds and hysteresis one by one.
    Figure 7-29 Sensor setting page

  3. Click OK.
Updated: 2019-04-10

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