Clustered Data ONTAP: Node HA State Monitoring Rule

DataONTAP.Cluster.Monitoring.NodeVserver.HA.State.Rule (Rule)

The Node HA State Monitoring Rule captures the state of all high availability pairs operating on the discovered storage system over a specified period of time.

Knowledge Base article:

Summary

The Node HA State Monitoring Rule captures the state of all high availability pairs operating on the discovered storage system over a specified period of time.

Configuration

Three overrides are available for this rule. Sync Time and Interval Seconds determine when and how often the rule runs. Timeout Seconds determines how long System Center Operations Manager waits for the rule to complete.

Resolutions

If you suspect a problem with this rule, check the OnCommand and System Center Operations Manager event logs on the management server running the rule.

Additional Information

Event ID

Severity

Description

3000

INFO

Healthy - indicates that HA is OK

3001

WARN

Warning - indicates that HA is enabled, but the HA pair is not connected

3002

ERR

Critical - indicates that HA is not enabled, takeover failed, or an error has occurred

3003

INFO

Unknown - indicates that the HA state is unknown

Element properties:

TargetDataONTAP.Cluster.NodeVserver
CategoryAvailabilityHealth
EnabledTrue
Alert GenerateFalse
RemotableTrue

Member Modules:

ID Module Type TypeId RunAs 
SimpleSchedulerDataSource DataSource System.SimpleScheduler Default
RunMonitoringWriteAction WriteAction DataONTAP.Cluster.Monitoring.WriteActionModuleType Default

Source Code:

<Rule ID="DataONTAP.Cluster.Monitoring.NodeVserver.HA.State.Rule" Target="DataONTAP.Cluster.NodeVserver" Enabled="true" ConfirmDelivery="false" Remotable="true" Priority="Normal" DiscardLevel="100">
<Category>AvailabilityHealth</Category>
<DataSources>
<DataSource ID="SimpleSchedulerDataSource" TypeID="System!System.SimpleScheduler">
<!-- IntervalSeconds specifies how often we will run the rule. -->
<IntervalSeconds>3600</IntervalSeconds>
<!-- SyncTime specifies the minutes after the hour to synchronize execution of the rule. -->
<SyncTime>00:47</SyncTime>
</DataSource>
</DataSources>
<WriteActions>
<WriteAction ID="RunMonitoringWriteAction" TypeID="DataONTAP.Cluster.Monitoring.WriteActionModuleType">
<TimeoutSeconds>600</TimeoutSeconds>
<MonitoringMethodName>GetNodeVserverHAState</MonitoringMethodName>
<VserverUUID>$Target/Property[Type="DataONTAP.Cluster.AbstractVserver"]/UUID$</VserverUUID>
</WriteAction>
</WriteActions>
</Rule>