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OID list for hpprocurve-hpff
- This table contains one entry per fault type that this agent is capable of monitoring.
- Configuration information for a particular fault type.
- The type of fault for which this entry contains configuration information.
- This object is used to configure the action, if any, to be taken if a fault of this type is detected by the agent. Setting an instance of this object to 'none' will clear any previous state of the associated fault on all ports. This object is used to enab ...
- The tolerance level used to calculate the fault warning threshold for this fault type. The agent will periodically check relevant statistics for each port for each type of fault. If the warning threshold has been exceeded, and fault warning action is enab ...
- The tolerance level used to calculate the port disable threshold for this fault type. The value of an instance of this object MUST be greater than the value of the corresponding instance of the hpicfFfWarnTolerance. The agent will periodically check relev ...
- The tolerance level used to calculate the speed reduce threshold for this fault type. The value of an instance of this object MUST be greater than the value of the corresponding instance of the hpicfFfWarnTolerance, and less than or equal to the correspon ...
- A log of fault warnings and ports disabled by the Fault Finder.
- An entry in the Fault Finder log, containing information about a single fault.
- An arbitrary value which uniquely identifies this log entry. The index for a particular log entry must not change, even though entries with lower valued indices have been deleted.
- The value of sysUpTime when this log entry was added to the hpicfFfLogTable.
- The entPhysicalIndex of the device port or other physical component on which the fault was detected. On agents which do not implement the Entity MIB, this will contain the ifIndex of the offending port.
- The type of fault which was detected on the physical entity indicated by hpicfFfLogPhysEntity.
- The action, if any, that was taken by the agent when this fault was detected.
- The severity level of the fault. Port disables will always be logged as 'critical'. An agent may need to remove faults from the fault log in order to reclaim resources. If so, it must remove lower severity faults before removing higher severity faults. ...
- Log entries will initially be created with the value 'new'. A manager cannot set this object to 'new'. Setting this object to 'active' indicates that the fault has been displayed to a user. Setting this object to 'old' indicates that the agent should re ...
- A URL which a management station can use to access additional information about the fault which triggered the notification in which this object was sent.
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