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Memory Status (HP) Service

The Memory Status (HP) service monitors the status of the memory on an HP server by testing to see whether or not the Advanced Memory Protection subsystem has been engaged.

Service Type

SNMP

Instances on a Device

1

Supported Systems/Applications

Any HP ProLiant ML and DL 300- and 500-series servers

Device Class

Server - Generic, Server - Windows

Monitored By

Windows Probes

Scan Interval

5 minutes

SNMP Index Type the SNMP Index used by this service. The default SNMP index is 0, and should not need to be changed. For a list of SNMP indices, query the HP server with the 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.6.2.14.4 SNMP OID.

Status Detail

Description

Memory Status

Indicates the current status of memory on the monitored device mapped as:

  • 0 = Normal
  • 1 = Failed

Memory Status Description

Describes the current status of memory on the monitored device as one:

  • Normal - This system is operating normally.
  • Failed - The system does not support fault tolerant memory or the state cannot be determined by the Management Agent.
  • Failed - The system is running in a degraded state because the Advanced Memory Protection subsystem has been engaged.