This Health Monitor fetches the State of Dell Voltage Sensors. The status can be one of the following three types:
Success: If the status is success, the voltage sensor has returned to a normal state.
Warning: If the status is warning, the voltage sensor is reporting a warning state.
Critical: If the status is critical, the voltage sensor has detected a failure or nonrecoverable state.
Warning: The cause for a Warning status may be that a voltage sensor in the specified system has exceeded its warning threshold.
Critical: The cause for a Critical status may be that a voltage sensor in the specified system has exceeded its failure threshold or detected an error from which it cannot recover. Additional details are available in the product knowledge of the last modified Dell OpenManage alert that caused the state change.
Perform the following steps for the Warning and Critical messages:
Warning: A Warning message refers to an event that is not necessarily significant, but may indicate a possible future problem. Plan to proactively change the environment, such as power or cooling, based on the pattern of occurrence; or replace the failed component, based on the impact to operations, if the voltage sensor goes to a critical state.
Critical: A Critical message refers to a significant event that indicates actual or imminent loss of data or loss of function. Change the environment, such as cooling or power, as appropriate; or replace the failed component. Additional details are available in the product knowledge of the last modified Dell OpenManage alert that caused the state change.
When the issue has been resolved, the status changes to Success in the next polling cycle.