Monitoring the Adapter Status Information
A green or red light on the screen indicates the currently active adapter button.
(Green indicates that the ServeRAID adapter or controller is responding and red indicates that it is not responding.)
If there is more than one ServeRAID adapter or controller in the system, click once on the appropriate adapter or controller to make it active.
You can then monitor the status by clicking on the active adapter button on the Main screen of the Administration and Monitoring Program.
Note: You might need to use the scroll bar and scroll down to see all of the items that appear on this screen.
Descriptions of the information that appears on the screen are as follows:
The active adapter or controller (1 to 8).
Number of Logical Drives
The number of defined logical drives (0 to 8).
Off - The user chooses the recovery method when there is a
ServeRAID startup error.
On - The adapter or controller chooses the recovery method when
there is a ServeRAID startup error.
Code Block Version
The current version number of the firmware loaded on the adapter or controller.
Boot Block Version
The current version number of the bootable microcode loaded on the
dapter or controller.
The maximum number of concurrent commands supported.
Maximum Devices Supported
The maximum number of devices supported.
Flash Program Count
The current number of times the flash EEPROM has been written.
Defunct Disk Count
The current number of defunct hard disk drives.
The current setting (Low, Medium, or High) of the rebuild rate.
The current state (Enabled or Disabled) of the hot-swap rebuild feature.
Offline Logical Drive Count
The current number of offline logical drives.
Configuration Update Count
The number of times that the ServeRAID configuration has been updated.
NVRAM Battery Backup Device
The current state of the battery-backup cache
(installed, not installed, or defective).
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