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KunLun Mission Critical Server V100R001 CMC Alarm Handling 09

This document describes KunLun 9016 and 9032 alarms in the CMC, in terms of their meanings, impact on the system, possible causes, and handling suggestions.
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Alarm Information Description

Alarm Information Description

This topic describes alarm information.

If a fault occurs in a server component or the system, the system generates a log and an alarm. The sensors on the server monitor the server operating environment, and generate alarms if the environmental conditions do not meet server operating requirements.

Event Alarms and Fault Alarms

Based on the impact on the system, alarms are classified into the following types:

  • Event alarms

    Event alarms record the key events that occur when the system is operating properly. Event alarms have no adverse impact on the system.

  • Fault alarms

    Fault alarms are generated for faults that affect system operating.

NOTE:

This document describes fault alarms only.

Viewing Alarms

You can use the following methods to view alarms:

  • Using the command-line interface (CLI)

    Log in to the CMC CLI of a KunLun mission critical server from a terminal, run the smmget -l system -d unhealthylocations command to query the location of an alarm, and then run the smmget -d healthevents command to view details about the alarm.

  • Using the CMC WebUI

    Using this method, you can view iBMC alarms of the CMC and basic partition units (BPUs).

NOTE:

For details about the CMC, see the KunLun Mission Critical Server V100R001 CMC User Guide.

Alarm Severities

CMC alarms can be classified into the following types by severity:

  • Minor alarms

    Minor alarms are generated for faults that have minor impact on the system. However, you must take measures as soon as possible before the faults worsen.

  • Major alarms

    Major alarms are generated for faults that may have major impact on the system or may even interrupt some services. You must take measures immediately to rectify the faults.

  • Critical alarms

    Critical alarms are generated for faults that may cause the server to power off or may even interrupt services. You must take measures immediately to rectify the faults.

Alarms of KunLun mission critical servers include alarms generated for all components. You can diagnose faults according to alarm information.

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Updated: 2018-12-29

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