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Hi,

i am running two VMware Hosts in Cluster mode. Both VMware Host show the the Hardware state directly on the Vcenter but only one of them show the results on the PRTG VMware Hardware Sensor.

The other one shows this warning message:

Warning. 187 elements return a warning state: SOCKET 1; SOCKET 0; Processor 0 CPU1 0: Configuration Error - unknown; Processor 0 CPU1 0: Thermal Trip - unknown; Processor 0 CPU1 0: IERR - unknown; Processor 1 CPU2 0: Configuration Error - unknown; Processor 1 CPU2 0: Thermal Trip - unknown; Processor 1 CPU2 0: IERR - unknown; Power Domain 1 Power Unit 0 - unknown; Unspecified 0 Watchdog 0: Timer interrupt - unknown; Unspecified 0 Watchdog 0: Power cycle - unknown; Unspecified 0 Watchdog 0: Power down - unknown; Unspecified 0 Watchdog 0: Hard reset - unknown; Unspecified 0 Watchdog 0: Timer expired - unknown; System Board 0 CPU detection 0: Undetermined system hardware failure - unknown; System Management Software 0 NMI 0: Fatal NMI - unknown; System Management Software 0 NMI 0: Software NMI - unknown; System Management Software 0 NMI 0: NMI/Diag Interrupt - unknown; [Device] Power Supply 8: Not Installed; [Device] Power Supply 4: Not Installed; Power Supply 8: Not Installed; Power Supply 4: Not Installed; ixgbe device firmware 0x8000014d; ixgbe device firmware 0x8000014d; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x80000778; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x80000778; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; igb device firmware 1.2, 0x00000000; ixgbe driver 3.11.32iov; ixgbe driver 3.11.32iov; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; igb driver 4.0.17; VMware esx-base 5.1.0-1.12.1065491 2013-03-23 17:10:54.000; LSI lsiprovider 500.04.V0.34-0012 2013-01-24 10:52:58.000; VMware ohci-usb-ohci 1.0-3vmw.510.0.0.799733 2012-08-02 03:00:43.000; 

I don´t think that it´s because the CIM Server because, like i said, i see the hardware state on the Vcenter.

What can I do?

cim-server vmware vmware-hardware vmware-monitoring vmwaresensor

Created on Mar 10, 2016 3:54:18 PM by  daniel-demeter (0) 1

Last change on Mar 11, 2016 8:38:55 AM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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Hi Daniel,

Please take a look at this article from VMware, since it might be what you're experiencing.

Kind regards.

Created on Mar 14, 2016 11:27:51 AM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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