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Memory Status (Fujitsu) service

The Memory Status (Fujitsu) service monitors the status, size, form, type, and whether or not RAM is approved for use in a Fujitsu device.

Service Type SNMP
Instances on a Device 100
Supported Systems/Applications Fujitsu workstations, laptops or servers running the Fujitsu ServerView agent.
Device Class for CPU (SNMP) Servers - Generic or Servers - Windows
Monitored By Windows agent
Memory Label Enter the label of the monitored memory. For a list of memory labels, query the device with the .1.3.6.1.4.1.231.2.10.2.2.10.6.5.1.3 SNMP OID.
Scanning You can configure the scan interval according to either a Once a Day or Daily Interval schedule.

 

Object Descriptors Numerical OID
$Status 1.3.6.1.4.1.231.2.10.2.2.10.6.5.1.4
$Size 1.3.6.1.4.1.231.2.10.2.2.10.6.5.1.6
$Form 1.3.6.1.4.1.231.2.10.2.2.10.6.5.1.8
$Type 1.3.6.1.4.1.231.2.10.2.2.10.6.5.1.9
$Approved 1.3.6.1.4.1.231.2.10.2.2.10.6.5.1.12

 

Status Detail Description
Status

Describes the current status of the memory that is being monitored with values.

  1. WARNING - Unknown: Module status could not be evaluated.
  2. NORMAL - Not Present: Module socket is empty.
  3. NORMAL - OK: Module is available and working properly.
  4. WARNING - Disabled: Module was manually disabled in BIOS setup.
  5. WARNING - Error: Module has encountered errors but is still in use.
  6. FAILED - Failed: Module has failed and was disabled.
  7. WARNING - Prefailure Predicted: Module has encountered too many correctable errors within a certain time period and is predicted to fail in near future.
  8. NORMAL - Hot Spare
  9. NORMAL - Mirror
  10. NORMAL - RAID
  11. NORMAL - Hidden: Module socket is not available and should be hidden.
Size The current size in Megabytes of the monitored memory.
Form The form (for example, SIMM or DIMM) of the monitored memory.
Type The type (for example, SDRAM, DDRAM, DDR2, or DDR3) of the monitored memory.
Is the RAM Approved for Use in this Device? Specifies whether or not the monitored memory is approved for the target device.