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What are the SNMP trap categories?

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Applies to

Data ONTAP 7 and earlier


Traps in the NetApp custom MIB are provided in a number of categories, including the following:

Category Examples of trap messages
Disk Health Monitor Degraded I/O, disk predictive failure event TRAP ids 6, 7
Disks failure alert, shutdown, repaired TRAP ids 21, 22 and 26
Fan failed, shutdown, warning, repaired TRAP ids 31, 33, 35 and 36
Power supply Power Supply failed, shutdown, warning, repaired TRAP ids 41, 43, 45 and 46
CPU CPU busy, OK TRAP ids 55, 56
Non-Volatile RAM (NVRAM) Battery discharged, low TRAP ids 62 and 63
Cluster Node failed, repaired TRAP ids 72, 75 and 76
Volumes Nearly full, full, repaired TRAP ids 82, 85 and 86
Temperature Over temperature, shutdown, repaired TRAP ids 91, 95 and 96
Shelf Fault repaired TRAP ids 103 and 106
Global Not recoverable, critical, non critical, Ok TRAP ids 111, 113, 115 and 116
Soft quotas Exceeded, normal TRAP ids 126 and 127 
Autosupport Send error, configuration error, send TRAP ids 134 and 135

These categories are examples of the MIB trap contents; it is not an exhaustive list. The most complete listings are provided in the MIBs themselves.

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