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Detection of BATTERY charge FET off ALERT in the fixed version of Bug1063994

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Applies to

  • FAS2650
  • ONTAP 9
  • Service Processor (SP)

Issue

  • The system triggers a (BATTERY (charge FET off)) ALERT.

HA Group Notification from node-1 (BATTERY (charge FET off)) ALERT

EMS log:

Thu Aug 24 04:41:21 JST [node-1: env_mgr: nvmem.battery.FET.off:debug]: The NVMEM battery charge FET is off. To prevent data loss, the system will shut down in 24 hours.
Thu Aug 24 04:41:32 JST [node-1: env_mgr: nvmem.battery.tempLow:debug]: The NVMEM battery is too cold (-17 C). To prevent data loss, the system will shut down in 24 hours.
Thu Aug 24 04:41:54 JST [node-1: env_mgr: nvmem.battery.temp.normal:debug]: The NVMEM battery temperature is normal.
Thu Aug 24 04:41:54 JST [node-1: env_mgr: nvmem.battery.packValid:debug]: A valid NVMEM battery pack is present.
Thu Aug 24 04:42:06 JST [node-1: env_mgr: nvmem.battery.FET.normal:debug]: The NVMEM battery charge FET is on.
Thu Aug 24 04:42:24 JST [node-1: env_mgr: callhome.battery.warning:debug]: Call home for BATTERY (charge FET off) WARNING.

  • No learning cycle was performed during the corresponding time period.

LrnCycleStartDate :
23-07-21-12:00
LrnCycleStartFCC  : 0x0560
LrnCycleEndFCC    : 0x0556
LrnCycleEndDate   :
23-07-21-23:3

  • The service processor (SP) version is SP5.3 which is Bug#1063994 fixed version.

 

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