For those strictly wanting to monitor the "Logical Drive Status", the cpqida.mib located in a compressed folder on the HP website (http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?swItem=MTX-c86e6f6e65504f15b996953558) should be used.
-Install and run the latest Paessler MIB Importer (V2.1.1 used in my scenario)
-"IMPORT" the cpqida.mib
-"DELETE" all OIDs EXCEPT the folloowing
+cpq da log drv: #[22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.1]
-cpq da log drv status: #[184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.2]
-"SAVE" the file and copy the newly created .OIDLIB file into the C:\Program Files\PRTG Network Monitor\snmplibs\ folder
Now all you have to do is make sure SNMP is set up properly and secure (if required) on the server you are wanting to monitor.
Add a sensor-
-Click on the server/device
-Choose your OIDB file you created.
If you configured the server properly with SNMP community strings and security (SNMP service on Windows OS), your connection to the server should be established fairly quickly. The description in the MIB describes the different status codes - a "2" is normal, then you have other different integers. Add a Change Trigger Notification to notify you when the 2 changes to a different number and then you are done. When you get an error that the state changed, you know you need to run the Array Configuration Utility (ACU) and see exactly what happened.