Last updated on JANUARY 16, 2012
Applies to:Oracle Exadata Hardware - Version: 126.96.36.199
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In the Alert History you will not find the Alert generated:
CellCLI> list alerthistory
511_3 2011-10-13T12:39:43-04:00 clear "The cell configuration check was successful."
513_1 2011-08-28T03:45:32-04:00 critical "File system "/var/log/oracle" is 80% full, which is above the 80% threshold. Accelerated space reclamation has started. This alert will be cleared when file system "/var/log/oracle" becomes less than 75% full."
513_2 2011-09-27T16:32:50-04:00 clear "File system "/var/log/oracle" is 31% full, which is below the 75% threshold. Normal space reclamation will resume."
514 2011-10-17T02:01:09-04:00 info "HDD disk controller battery on disk contoller at adapter 0 is going into a learn cycle. This is a normal maintenance activity that occurs quarterly and runs for approximately 1 to 12 hours. The disk controller cache might go into WriteThrough caching mode during the learn cycle. Disk write throughput might be temporarily lower during this time. The message is informational only, no action is required."
515_1 2011-11-02T20:42:32-04:00 critical "All Logical drives are in WriteThrough caching mode. HDD disk controller battery is normal"
515_2 2011-11-02T23:00:52-04:00 clear "HDD disk controller battery is back to a good state"
516_1 2011-11-06T11:17:48-05:00 critical "InfiniBand Port HCA-1:2 indicates invalid state: Down."
516_2 2011-11-06T11:18:48-05:00 clear "InfiniBand Port HCA-1:2 status is OK."
517 2011-11-10T21:29:48-05:00 critical "RS-7445 [Serv CELLSRV is absent] [It will be restarted]          "
518_1 2011-11-21T04:04:28-05:00 critical "Hard disk status changed to predictive failure. Status : PREDICTIVE FAILURE Manufacturer : SEAGATE Model Number : ST360057SSUN600G Size : 600GB Serial Number : E03YS5 Firmware : 0805 Slot Number : 10 Cell Disk : CD_10_dmorlcel04 Grid Disk : SYSTEMDG_CD_10_dmorlcel04, RECO_CD_10_dmorlcel04, TEST_CD_10_dmorlcel04, DATA_CD_10_dmorlcel04"
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