Dell EMC OpenManage Integration Version 1.1.0 with Microsoft Windows Admin Center User’s Guide

Health status—Supported target node components in Failover Clusters and Azure Stack HCI

On the Cluster - Azure Stack HCI page, select the Health tab to view the overall health status of the Failover or HCI cluster and the health status of the following target node components of the nodes in Failover Cluster or Azure Stack HCI. Selecting critical or warning section in the overall health status doughnut chart displays corresponding nodes and the components in the critical or warning state respectively.
  • CPUs
  • Accelerators
  • Memory
  • Storage Controllers
  • Storage Enclosures
  • Physical Disks
  • iDRAC
  • Power Supplies
  • Fans
  • Voltages
  • Temperatures
NOTE: Health status information is available for Accelerators in YX4X models of PowerEdge servers and above with iDRAC version 4.00.00.00 or newer.
NOTE: Intel DIMM memory is identified as IntelPersistent with an icon.
The health statuses are represented by using a doughnut chart. You can select different sections in the doughnut chart to filter the health status of the components. For example, when you select the red section, components with critical health status are only displayed.

In a Failover or HCI cluster, if the different sections of the doughnut chart for individual components are selected, the respective nodes with the component health status are listed. Expand the nodes to view the components in a particular health state.

To view the latest health status, in the upper-right corner of the Health tab, click Refresh.

NOTE: For software storage controllers and physical disks attached to embedded SATA controller, the health inventory status will always be displayed as "Unknown".

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