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: 2334

Date and Time : Wed Jan 03 01:58:43 2018


Category : Storage Service
Description : Controller event log: Policy change on VD 01/0 to
[ID=01,dcp=0d,ccp=0d,ap=0,dc=0] from [ID=01,dcp=0d,ccp=00,ap=0,dc=0]: Controller 0
(PERC H710 Mini)
Severity : Ok
ID : 2334
Date and Time : Wed Jan 03 01:58:stem Administrator
If a plug-in card is involved check for badly-seated cards or bent pins.
Review documents in reference section for additional troubleshooting advice.
Otherwise schedule a
repair procedure to replace the affected Loss of services provided by the device
instances associated with this fault
Suggested Action for System Administrator
If a plug-in card is inLoss of services provided by the device instances associated
with this fault
Suggested Action for System Administrator
If a plug-in card is involved check for badly-seated cards or bent pins.
Review documents in reference section for additional troubleshooting advice.
Otherwise schedule a
repair procedure to replace the affected device. Use fmadm faulty to identify the
device or contact
PCIEX-8000-KP - PCIEX subsystem problem (Doc ID 1021324.1)
Severity : Ok
ID : 2334
Date and Time : Wed Jan 03 01:58:43 2018
Category : Storage Service
Description : Controller event log: Policy change on VD 01/0 to
[ID=01,dcp=0d,ccp=0d,ap=0,dc=0] from [ID=01,dcp=0d,ccp=00,ap=0,dc=0]: Controller 0
(PERC H710 Mini)
Severity : Ok
ID : 2334
Date and Time : Wed Jan 03 01:58:42 2018
Category : Storage Service
Description : Controller event log: Foreign Configuration Detected: Controller 0
(PERC H710 Mini)
Severity : Ok
ID : 2334
Date and Time : Wed Jan 03 01:58:42 2018
Category : Storage Service
Description : Controller event log: State change on PD 03(e0x20/s3) from
UNCONFIGURED_GOOD(0) to ONLINE(18): Controller 0 (PERC H710 Mini)
Severity : Ok
ID : 2334
Date and Time : Wed Jan 03 01:58:42 2018
Category : Storage Service
Description : Controller event log: State change on VD 01/0 from OFFLINE(0) to
DEGRADED(2): Controller 0 (PERC H710 Mini)
Loss of services provided by the device instances associated with this fault
Suggested Action for System Administrator
If a plug-in card is involved check for badly-seated cards or bent pins.
Review documents in reference section for additional troubleshooting advice.
Otherwise schedule a
repair procedure to replace the affected device. Use fmadm faulty to identify the
device or contact
PCIEX-8000-KP - PCIEX subsystem problem (Doc ID 1021324.1)