This message is a result of a state change and shows the status of the Dell Remote Access Controller. The status can be one of the following three types:
Success: If the status is success, the Dell Remote Access Controller has returned to a normal state.
Warning: A Warning message refers to an event that is not necessarily significant, but may indicate a possible future problem. If the status is warning, the Dell Remote Access Controller is reporting a warning state.
Critical: A Critical message refers to a significant event that indicates actual or imminent loss of data or loss of function. The Dell Remote Access Controller can be in a critical state for the following reasons :
The device has detected a failure state.
The device is offline
The device is not responding to the SNMP Probe
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Warning: The cause for a Warning status may be that the Dell Remote Access Controller agent is reporting a warning state.
Critical: The cause for a Critical status may be that the Dell Remote Access Controller agent has detected a failure state.
Launch the Dell Remote Access Controller console to troubleshoot the problem.
When the issue has been resolved, the status changes to Success in the next polling cycle.