Fujitsu ETERNUS DX80 S2 storage systems: RLUNs
This check monitors the state of an RLUN in
a storage system from Fujitsu that support the
FJDARY-E100-MIB like the ETERNUS DX80 S2.
Note: Unfortunately the MIB does not provide any information
about the exact meanings of the state objects of the RLUNs
(hex dumps). Follwing assumptions have been made based on some
simple Tests: A0 in byte 4 means "present", 08 in byte 3
means "rebuilding", 07 in byte 3 means "copyback", 41 in
byte 3 means "spare is in use" and 00 in byte 3 means "normal state".
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This is an adaption of the corresponding fjdarye60 check.
The index of the RLUN in the SNMP table (integer). The first RLUN usually
has index 1.
All RLUNs with byte 4 being A0 (assumed to mean "present") are inventorized.