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ActiveIQ Alert for a disk failed after the replacement and State Obsolete

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Applies to

  • Failed disk replaced
  • ActiveIQ Unified Manager alert


  • Disk failed and replaced
  • ActiveIQ alert triggered for that drive with the status Obsolete. Example:
An incident was generated by <host_name> that requires your attention.
Incident      - Some Failed Disks
Impact Area   - Availability
Severity      - Critical
State         - Obsolete
Source        - Cluster_name
Cluster Name  - Cluster_name
Cluster FQDN  - cluster_name.xxxx.xxxx
Trigger Condition - 1 disk has failed. Failed disk is 1.2.3 (failed).

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