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Why does "raid.disk.missing" not trigger SNMP trap events

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • SNMP traps

Answer

  • EMS log shows raid.disk.missing:
</LR>
<LR d="23Oct2022 19:04:12" n="TC-NAS03-02" t="1666523052" id="1595232317/4621574" p="6" s="Ok" o="dmgr_thread" vf="" type="0" seq="6891639" >
<raid_disk_missing_1
disk_info="Disk 0d.11.5 Shelf 11 Bay 5 [NETAPP   X342_TA14E1T2A10 NA02] S/N [99L0A0L8F0AD] UID [50000399:A862F508:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000]"
shelf="11"
bay="5"
vendor="NETAPP  "
model="X342_TA14E1T2A10"
firmware_revision="NA02"
serialno="99L0A0L8F0AD"
disk_type="4"
disk_rpm="10000"
carrier=""
site="Local"/>
</LR>
  • raid.disk.missing severity level is information.
  • By default, the EMS severity is information will not send SNMP trap.
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