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LMS 4.2 : Temperature OutOfRange

Hello, I keep receiving below alert from LMS:

EVENT DESCRIPTION       = OutOfRange::Component=TEMP-1.1.1.1/21856 [module-5 QEng1Sn2(s11)-module-5 QEng1Sn2(s11)];ComponentClass=TemperatureSensor;ComponentEventCode=1079;HighThreshold=40.0  DEGC;Status=OK;CurrentValue=41.0  DEGC;RelativeTemperatureThreshold=20.0  %;entS

NOTIFICATION ORIGINATOR = Fault Management Module

From the alert, i understand that the high threshold is set to 40, but when i checked on N7K i found that this threshold is set differently.

N7K# sh environment temperature

--------------------------------------------------------------------

Module       Sensor                    MajorThresh        MinorThres        CurTemp          Status

5                QEng1Sn2(s11)       115                     105                     41                    Ok

Can someone give me insight why this is happening? I assume the device (N7K) will only send the traps only if the temperature exceeding the predefined value which is 105. Now I'm receiving this alert for almost 2000 alert per day. I tried increase the RelativeTemperatureThreshold from 10% to 20% but does not help.

Thnak you

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LMS 4.2 : Temperature OutOfRange

I asked the TAC engineer, and here is the work around from them:

To solve this issue , please try the below :

1.       Stop daemon manager : net stop crmdmgtd

2.       Take a backup of oid2type_cisco.conf file (progra~2\CSCOpx\objects\smarts\conf\discovery\oid2type_cisco.conf)

3.       Modify the entry for Cisco Nexus 7000  in oid2type_cisco.conf file (progra~2\CSCOpx\objects\smarts\conf\discovery\oid2type_cisco.conf)  as shown below

# Cisco Nexus 7000

.1.3.6.1.4.1.9.12.3.1.3.612 {

    TYPE = Switch

    VENDOR = Cisco

    MODEL = N7K-C7010

    CERTIFICATION = CERTIFIED

    CONT = Cisco-EntityRF-Switch

    HEALTH = Nexus-Entity-EntSensor

    BRIDGE = Cisco

    NEIGHBOR = Cisco-Cdp

INSTRUMENTATION:

    Environment                         = CiscoEntityFRU:DeviceID

    Card-Fault                          = CiscoEntityFRU:DeviceID

    CPU/Memory                          = CiscoSystem:DeviceID

    Interface-Fault                 = MIB2

    Interface-Performance           = MIB2

    Port-Fault                      = MIB2

    Port-Performance                = MIB2

}

4.       Start daemon manager : net start crmdmgtd

5.       Remove, re-add and rediscover the device.

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LMS 4.2 : Temperature OutOfRange

I have same issue as well, and my nexus 7000 is using NX-OS ver 5.2.3, shown as below:

Event_Description

OutOfRange

Device IP

10.100.1.2

Device Type

Switches and Hubs

Fault Last Updated At

31-Jul-2012 15:48:03

Component

TEMP-10.100.1.2/21857 [module-5 QEng1Sn3(s12)-module-5 QEng1Sn3(s12)]

Component Class

TemperatureSensor

Component Event Code

1079

Current Value

46.0  DEGC

Event Category

Environment

Event Source

DFM

High Threshold

45.0  DEGC

Relative Temperature Threshold

10.0  %

Status

OK

ent Sensor Value

46

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LMS 4.2 : Temperature OutOfRange

Additional info related to my first post:

I noticed this problem only affecting Nexus 7000 Supervisor module-1X.

And I'm running NX-OS 6.0(2)

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LMS 4.2 : Temperature OutOfRange

I asked the TAC engineer, and here is the work around from them:

To solve this issue , please try the below :

1.       Stop daemon manager : net stop crmdmgtd

2.       Take a backup of oid2type_cisco.conf file (progra~2\CSCOpx\objects\smarts\conf\discovery\oid2type_cisco.conf)

3.       Modify the entry for Cisco Nexus 7000  in oid2type_cisco.conf file (progra~2\CSCOpx\objects\smarts\conf\discovery\oid2type_cisco.conf)  as shown below

# Cisco Nexus 7000

.1.3.6.1.4.1.9.12.3.1.3.612 {

    TYPE = Switch

    VENDOR = Cisco

    MODEL = N7K-C7010

    CERTIFICATION = CERTIFIED

    CONT = Cisco-EntityRF-Switch

    HEALTH = Nexus-Entity-EntSensor

    BRIDGE = Cisco

    NEIGHBOR = Cisco-Cdp

INSTRUMENTATION:

    Environment                         = CiscoEntityFRU:DeviceID

    Card-Fault                          = CiscoEntityFRU:DeviceID

    CPU/Memory                          = CiscoSystem:DeviceID

    Interface-Fault                 = MIB2

    Interface-Performance           = MIB2

    Port-Fault                      = MIB2

    Port-Performance                = MIB2

}

4.       Start daemon manager : net start crmdmgtd

5.       Remove, re-add and rediscover the device.

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