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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Alarms and Performance Events Reference 02

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XCSTMP

XCSTMP

Description

The XCSTMP is a performance event indicating the temperature of a board. It contains the XCSTMPMAX, XCSTMPMIN, and XCSTMPCUR, which respectively indicates the maximum value, minimum value, and current value of the temperature of a board.

Attribute

Performance Event ID Performance Event Type

XCSTMPMAX: 0xBC

Equipment function

XCSTMPMIN: 0xBD

XCSTMPCUR: 0xBE

Impact on System

Excessively high or low board temperature might cause faults such as degradation of the board working performance and bit errors.

Generation Principle and Possible Causes

When the ambient temperature is abnormal, or when the heat-sinking and ventilation measures are improper, the XCSTEMP event occurs.

Related Alarms

Alarm Name

Correlation

TEMP_OVER

This alarm is reported if the temperature of the board exceeds the specified threshold.

TEMP_ALARM

This alarm is reported if the ambient temperature of the board exceeds the specified threshold.

Procedure

  1. If any alarm occurs, use the method of the related alarm to clear it.

Related Information

None.

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Updated: 2019-01-21

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