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SNMP NetApp System Health : Error 137

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Hi,

I use the SNMP NetApp System Health on my NetApp. Today, I have this error "The storage of the device is full. (code: PE137)"

What does it mean ? The storage is not not full..

error netapp snmp

Created on Sep 26, 2012 5:42:14 AM by  Sebastien Girard (0) 1



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The NetApp creates a list of all file systems. Then it assignes a status codes to all of the file systems:

  • 1 means "OK"
  • 2 means "almost full" (>95%)
  • 3 means "full" (>98%)

Then it takes the highest of this codes and returns it as "File system overall status". This value is used as indicator for this error message. -> If one of your File Systems is full, the NetApp System Health Sensor will turn red and give this error Message.

We are at the moment working on a mechanism, to make behaviors like this more transparent.

Created on Sep 26, 2012 9:54:12 AM by  Johannes Herrmann [Paessler Support] (1,320) 2 2

Last change on Sep 26, 2012 9:54:27 AM by  Johannes Herrmann [Paessler Support] (1,320) 2 2



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Thanks for the answer. I have a another question.

I need to use the Billing tools on a NetApp Sensor. I use this : "(SensorChannel(1):GetRawSum()"

In wich unit is the raw ? bits ? byte ?

Thanks

Created on Sep 28, 2012 6:27:14 AM by  Sebastien Girard (0) 1



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Which NetApp Sensor are you talking about? We usually use Bytes, but please do a plausibility check, before you rely on this data.

Created on Sep 28, 2012 2:52:10 PM by  Johannes Herrmann [Paessler Support] (1,320) 2 2



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