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CPQIDA-MIB by vendor Compaq

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The SNMP protocol is used to for conveying information and commands between agents and managing entities. SNMP uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) as the transport protocol for passing data between managers and agents. The reasons for using UDP for SNMP are, firstly it has low overheads in comparison to TCP, which uses a 3-way hand shake for connection. Secondly, in congested networks, SNMP over TCP is a bad idea because TCP in order to maintain reliability will flood the network with retransmissions.

Management information (MIB) is represented as a collection of managed objects. These objects together form a virtual information base called MIB. An agent may implement many MIBs, but all agents must implement a particular MIB called MIB-II [16]. This standard defines variables for things such as interface statistics (interface speeds, MTU, octets sent, octets received, etc.) as well as various other things pertaining to the system itself (system location, system contact, etc.). The main goal of MIB-II is to provide general TCP/IP management information.

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Vendor: Compaq
Mib: CPQIDA-MIB  [download]
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-- ****************************************************************************
--
--                    Compaq Intelligent Drive Array
--         Management Information Base for SNMP Network Management
--
--
--      Copyright 1992, 1993, Compaq Computer Corporation.
--      All Rights Reserved.
--
--      The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
--
--      COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR TECHNICAL
--      OR EDITORIAL ERRORS OR OMISSIONS CONATINED HEREIN; NOR FOR INCIDENTAL
--      OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE FURNISHING, PERFORMANCE,
--      OR USE OF THIS MATERIAL.
--
--      Refer to the READMIB.RDM file for more information about the 
--      organization of the information in the Compaq Enterprise.
--
--      The Compaq Enterprise number is 232.
--      The ASN.1 prefix to, and including the Compaq Enterprise is:
--           1.3.6.1.4.1.232
--
-- ****************************************************************************

CPQIDA-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

    IMPORTS
        enterprises             FROM RFC1155-SMI
        Counter                 FROM RFC1155-SMI
        Gauge                   FROM RFC1155-SMI
        DisplayString           FROM RFC1213-MIB
        OBJECT-TYPE             FROM RFC-1212
        TRAP-TYPE               FROM RFC-1215;

    compaq              OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { enterprises 232 }  

    cpqDriveArray       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { compaq 3 }
    cpqDaMibRev         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDriveArray 1 }
    cpqDaComponent      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDriveArray 2 }
    cpqDaTrap           OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDriveArray 3 }

    cpqDaInterface      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDaComponent 1 }
    cpqDaCntlr          OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDaComponent 2 }
    cpqDaLogDrv         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDaComponent 3 }
    cpqDaSpareDrv       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDaComponent 4 }
    cpqDaPhyDrv         OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDaComponent 5 }
    cpqDaPhyDrvThr      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDaComponent 6 }

    cpqDaOsNetWare3x    OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDaInterface 1 }
    cpqDaOsCommon       OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { cpqDaInterface 4 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--   Drive Array MIB Revision
--  =========================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaMibRev Group             (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.1)
-- 
--      An SNMP agent conforming to this document will return a
--      cpqDaMibRevMajor of one and a cpqDaMibRevMinor of three. 
--
--      Implementation of the cpqDaMibRev group is mandatory for all agents
--      supporting the Compaq Drive Array MIB.
--
-- ****************************************************************************

    cpqDaMibRevMajor OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (1..65535)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The Major Revision level.  
             A change in the major revision level represents a major change 
             in the architecture of the MIB.  A change in the major revision 
             level may indicate a significant change in the information 
             supported and/or the meaning of the supported information, 
             correct interpretation of data may require a MIB document with 
             the same major revision level."
        ::= { cpqDaMibRev 1 }

    cpqDaMibRevMinor OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..65535)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The Minor Revision level.  
             A change in the minor revision level may represent some minor 
             additional support, no changes to any pre-existing information 
             has occurred."
        ::= { cpqDaMibRev 2 }

    cpqDaMibCondition OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            degraded(3),
            failed(4)
            }  
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The overall condition (status) of the system represented by
            this MIB."
        ::= { cpqDaMibRev 3 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array NetWare Driver Information
--    ======================================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaInterface Group         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1)
--         cpqDaOsNetWare3x Group      (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1.1)
--
--      The osNetWare3x group describes the Drive Array NetWare OS
--      interface.  This information describes the driver module and its
--      status.
--
--      Implementation of the cpqDaOsNetWare3x group is mandatory for all
--      agents that support the Compaq Drive Array MIB in a NetWare 3x host
--      operating environment.
--
-- ****************************************************************************

    cpqDaNw3xDriverName OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..255))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Driver Interface Name.

            This is the name of the device driver for the Compaq Array
            Controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaOsNetWare3x 1 }

    cpqDaNw3xDriverVer OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..5))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Driver Interface Version.

             This is the version number of the device driver for 
             the Compaq Array Controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaOsNetWare3x 2 }
        
    cpqDaNw3xPollType OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
           other(1),
           polled(2),
           demand(3)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
           "Compaq Array Controller Driver Interface Poll Type.

           The Insight Agent collects information from the 
           device driver in two ways:

            Polled (2)  
              Indicates that the information is periodically requested and 
              stored by the server based agent and is available when 
              requested.

            Demand (3)  
              Indicates that the information is collected at the time of 
              the request."
        ::= { cpqDaOsNetWare3x 3 }

    cpqDaNw3xPollTime OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (1..300)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Driver Interface Poll Time.

            If the Poll Type is Polled, this value shows how frequently, 
            in seconds, the instrument agent requests Information from 
            the device driver.   

            For example, if the Poll Type is Polled and the Poll Time 
            is two, the instrument agent will poll the device driver 
            every two seconds.

            To change the Poll Time for NetWare, unload and then 
            reload the instrument agent using the following commands:

                UNLOAD CPQDSKSA
                LOAD CPQDSKSA [/Un]

            The parameter /U specifies the frequency of updates in seconds.  
            The variable n represents the number of seconds that the NLM 
            should wait before collecting new data.  The minimum value is 
            one second.  The maximum value is 300 seconds (five minutes)."
        ::= { cpqDaOsNetWare3x 4 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--   Drive Array NetWare Driver Statistics
--   =====================================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaInterface Group         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1)
--         cpqDaOsNetWare3x Group      (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1.1)
--          cpqDaNw3xDriverStatTable   (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1.1.5)
--
-- ****************************************************************************

    cpqDaNw3xDriverStatTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Driver Statistics Table.

            This is a table of logical drive statistics which are gathered 
            by the device driver."
        ::= { cpqDaOsNetWare3x 5 }

    cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Driver Statistics Table Entry.

            One entry in the driver statistics table. Each entry 
            represents a logical drive for which the statistics are kept."
        INDEX   { cpqDaNw3xCntlrIndex, cpqDaNw3xLogDrvIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatTable 1 }

    CpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry ::= SEQUENCE
    {
       cpqDaNw3xCntlrIndex        INTEGER,
       cpqDaNw3xLogDrvIndex       INTEGER,
       cpqDaNw3xTotalReads        Counter,
       cpqDaNw3xTotalWrites       Counter,
       cpqDaNw3xCorrReads         Counter,
       cpqDaNw3xCorrWrites        Counter,
       cpqDaNw3xFatalReads        Counter,
      cpqDaNw3xFatalWrites       Counter
    }

    cpqDaNw3xCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Index.

            This maps the logical drives into their respective controllers.
            This controller index matches the controller group entries."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry 1 }

    cpqDaNw3xLogDrvIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Logical Drive Index.

            This is the logical drive number which keeps track of multiple
            instances of logical drives which are on the same controller.
            For each controller index value, the logical drive index starts
            at 1 and increments for each logical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry 2 }

    cpqDaNw3xTotalReads OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Logical Drive Total Reads.

            This shows the total number of reads performed by the IDA device
            driver to this logical drive.  This number is reset each time the
            device driver is loaded for this logical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry 3 }

    cpqDaNw3xTotalWrites OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Logical Drive Total Writes.

            This shows the total number of writes performed by the IDA device
            driver to this logical drive.  This number is reset each time the 
            device driver is loaded for this logical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry 4 }

    cpqDaNw3xCorrReads OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Logical Drive Corrected Reads.

            This is the total number of read commands sent to the specified
            logical drive which had to be corrected by fault tolerance.  This
            number is reset each time the device driver is loaded for this
            logical drive.
            
            If the number of corrected reads is higher than normal for a 
            particular system, check the physical drive screen for abnormal
            activity.  There may be a problem with a drive. If you suspect 
            that a problem exists, schedule server down time to run the 
            Compaq Diagnostics on the monitored system."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry 5 }

    cpqDaNw3xCorrWrites OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Logical Drive Corrected Writes.

            This is the total number of write commands sent to the specified
            logical drive which had to be corrected by fault tolerance.  This
            number is reset each time the device driver is loaded for this
            logical drive.
            
            If the number of corrected writes is higher than normal for a 
            particular system, check the physical drive screen for abnormal
            activity.  There may be a problem with a drive. If you suspect 
            that a problem exists, schedule server down time to run the 
            Compaq Diagnostics on the monitored system."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry 6 }

    cpqDaNw3xFatalReads OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Logical Drive Fatal Reads.

            This is the total number of read commands sent to the specified
            logical drive which failed.  This number is reset each time the
            device driver is loaded for this logical drive.
            
            The drive array was unable to correct these reads.  Check the 
            drive status to see if any of the drives have failed.  If a 
            drive has failed you will need to replace the drive."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry 7 }

    cpqDaNw3xFatalWrites OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Logical Drive Fatal Writes.

            This is the total number of write commands sent to the specified
            logical drive which failed.  This number is reset each time the
            device driver is loaded for this logical drive.
            
            The drive array was unable to correct these writes.  Check the 
            drive status to see if any of the drives have failed.  If a 
            drive has failed you will need to replace the drive."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xDriverStatEntry 8 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array NetWare Volume Map
--    ==============================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaInterface Group         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1)
--         cpqDaOsNetWare3x Group      (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1.1)
--          cpqDaNw3xVolMapTable       (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1.1.6)
--
-- ****************************************************************************

    cpqDaNw3xVolMapTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaNw3xVolMapEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Volume Map Table.

            This is a table of NetWare volumes which map into the 
            logical drives"
        ::= { cpqDaOsNetWare3x 6 }

    cpqDaNw3xVolMapEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaNw3xVolMapEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Volume Map Table Entry.

            One entry in the volume map table. Each entry represents
            a logical drive for which the volume map is kept."
        INDEX   { cpqDaNw3xVolCntlrIndex, cpqDaNw3xVolLogDrvIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xVolMapTable 1 }

    CpqDaNw3xVolMapEntry ::= SEQUENCE
    {
        cpqDaNw3xVolCntlrIndex     INTEGER,
        cpqDaNw3xVolLogDrvIndex    INTEGER,
        cpqDaNw3xVolMap            OCTET STRING
    }

    cpqDaNw3xVolCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Index.

            This maps the logical drives into their respective controllers.
            This controller index matches the controller group entries."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xVolMapEntry 1 }

    cpqDaNw3xVolLogDrvIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Logical Drive Index.

            This is the logical drive number which keeps track of multiple
            instances of logical drives which are on the same controller.
            For each controller index value, the logical drive index starts
            at 1 and increments for each logical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xVolMapEntry 2 }

    cpqDaNw3xVolMap OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..255))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "NetWare Volume Map.

            This is a data structure containing the volume mappings for this
            logical drive. There are 8 entries in a volume mapping. Each
            entry has the following format. An entry can be null indicating
            no mapping exists.

                BYTE    Name[16]
                BYTE    Segment"
        ::= { cpqDaNw3xVolMapEntry 3 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Common Group
--    ========================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaInterface Group         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1)
--         cpqDaOsCommon Group         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1.4)
--
--  The cpqDaOsCommon group describes the interface to the Drive Array
--  components.  This information describes the interface modules
--  and general OS interface architectural information.
--
--  Implementation of the cpqDaOsCommon group is mandatory for all
--  agents that support the Drive Array MIB.
--
-- ****************************************************************************

    cpqDaOsCommonPollFreq OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..65535)
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The Insight Agent's polling frequency.

            The frequency, in seconds, at which the Insight Agent requests
            information from the device driver.  A frequency of zero (0)
            indicates that the Insight Agent retrieves the information upon
            request of a management station, it does not poll the device
            driver at a specific interval.
            
            If the poll frequency is zero (0) all attempts to write to 
            this object will fail.  If the poll frequency is non-zero,
            setting this value will change the polling frequency of the
            Insight Agent.  Setting the poll frequency to zero (0) will 
            always fail, an agent may also choose to fail any request to 
            change the poll frequency to a value that would severely impact 
            system performance."
        ::= { cpqDaOsCommon 1 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Common Module
--    =========================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaInterface Group         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1)
--         cpqDaOsCommon Group         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1.4)
--          cpqDaOsCommonModuleTable   (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.1.4.2)
--
-- ****************************************************************************

    cpqDaOsCommonModuleTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "A table of software modules that provide an interface to the
            device this MIB describes."
        ::= { cpqDaOsCommon 2 }

    cpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "A description of a software module that provides an interface
            to the device this MIB describes."
        INDEX   { cpqDaOsCommonModuleIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaOsCommonModuleTable 1 }

        CpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
            cpqDaOsCommonModuleIndex       INTEGER,
            cpqDaOsCommonModuleName        DisplayString,
            cpqDaOsCommonModuleVersion     DisplayString,
            cpqDaOsCommonModuleDate        OCTET STRING,
            cpqDaOsCommonModulePurpose     DisplayString
        }

    cpqDaOsCommonModuleIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "A unique index for this module description."
        ::= { cpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry 1 }

    cpqDaOsCommonModuleName OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..255))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The module name."
        ::= { cpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry 2 }

    cpqDaOsCommonModuleVersion OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..5))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The module version in XX.YY format.
            
            Where XX is the major version number and YY is the minor version
            number.  This field will be a null (size 0) string if the agent
            cannot provide the module version."
        ::= { cpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry 3 }

    cpqDaOsCommonModuleDate OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  OCTET STRING (SIZE (7))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The module date.

             field  octets  contents                  range
             =====  ======  =======                  =====
               1      1-2   year                      0..65536
               2       3    month                     1..12
               3       4    day                       1..31
               4       5    hour                      0..23
               5       6    minute                    0..59  
               6       7    second                    0..60
                            (use 60 for leap-second)

            
            This field will be set to year = 0 if the agent cannot provide
            the module date.  The hour, minute, and second field will be set
            to zero (0) if they are not relevant.  The year field is set
	    with the most significant octect first."
        ::= { cpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry 4 }

    cpqDaOsCommonModulePurpose OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..255))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The purpose of the module described in this entry."
        ::= { cpqDaOsCommonModuleEntry 5 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Controller Group
--    ============================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaCntlr Group             (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.2)
--         cpqDaCntlrTable             (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.2.1)
--
--      The Cntlr group contains the configuration and statistical
--      information of the Drive Array controllers and controller
--      accelerator daughter boards.
--
--      Implementation of the cpqDaCntlr group is mandatory for all agents
--      that support the Compaq Drive Array MIB.
--
-- ****************************************************************************

     cpqDaCntlrTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaCntlrEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Table."
        ::= { cpqDaCntlr 1 }

     cpqDaCntlrEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaCntlrEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Entry."
        INDEX   { cpqDaCntlrIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaCntlrTable 1 }

     CpqDaCntlrEntry ::= SEQUENCE
     {
        cpqDaCntlrIndex          INTEGER,
        cpqDaCntlrModel          INTEGER,
        cpqDaCntlrFWRev          DisplayString,
        cpqDaCntlrStndIntr       INTEGER,
        cpqDaCntlrSlot           INTEGER,
        cpqDaCntlrCondition      INTEGER
     }

     cpqDaCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Index.

            This value is a logical number whose meaning is OS dependent.
            Each physical controller has one unique controller number
            associated with it."
        ::= { cpqDaCntlrEntry 1 }

     cpqDaCntlrModel OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ida(2),
            idaExpansion(3),
            ida-2(4),
            smart(5)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Model.

            The type of controller card.  The valid types are:

            Other  (1)          
              You may need to upgrade your driver software and\or instrument
              agent(s).  You have a drive array controller in the system 
              that the instrument agent does not recognize.

            IDA (2)   
              Compaq 32-Bit Intelligent Drive Array Controller.  
              The physical drives are located inside the system.

            IDA Expansion (3)   
              Compaq 32-Bit Intelligent Drive Array Expansion Controller.
              The physical drives are located in the Array Expansion System 
              that is connected to the system by a cable.

            IDA - 2 (4)        
              Compaq Intelligent Drive Array Controller-2 (IDA-2).  
              The physical drives are located inside the system.

            SMART (5) 
              Compaq SMART Array Controller.  The physical drives can be
              located inside the system or outside the system in a Compaq 
              ProLiant Storage System that is connected to the system by
              a cable."
        ::= { cpqDaCntlrEntry 2 }

     cpqDaCntlrFWRev OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..5))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Firmware Revision.

            The firmware revision of the Compaq Drive Array Controller.  
            This value can be used to help identify a particular revision 
            of the controller."
        ::= { cpqDaCntlrEntry 3 }

     cpqDaCntlrStndIntr OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            primary(2),
            secondary(3),
            disabled(4),
            unavailable(5)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The status of the Standard Interface.
            
            The Standard Interface is how DOS communicates with a drive.  
            Run the Compaq EISA Configuration Utility to change the 
            Standard Interface setting.

            The following values are valid for Standard Interface:

            Other (1)       
              The device driver may not be loaded for this controller.  
              The instrument agent could not read the information from the 
              device.  Please load the device driver.

            Primary (2)     
              The Standard Interface is using the primary address for 
              communication.  DOS can access this drive and use this drive 
              as the primary boot device if it has been configured for this 
              purpose.

            Secondary (3)   
              The Standard Interface is using the secondary address for
              communication.  DOS can access these drives, but cannot boot 
              from them.

            Disabled (4)    
              The Standard Interface is not enabled for communication. 
              DOS will not be able to access these drives.

            Unavailable (5) 
              This controller does not support a Standard Interface. 
              DOS cannot access these drives.  For example, the Compaq
              32-Bit Intelligent Drive Array Expansion Controller does not 
              support a Standard Interface."
        ::= { cpqDaCntlrEntry 4 }

     cpqDaCntlrSlot OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Slot.

            This identifies the physical slot where the Compaq Array 
            Controller resides in the system.  For example, if this 
            value is three, the Compaq Array Controller is located 
            in slot three of your computer."
        ::= { cpqDaCntlrEntry 5 }

     cpqDaCntlrCondition OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            degraded(3),
            failed(4)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The condition of the device.  This value represents the overall 
            condition of this controller, and any associated logical drives,
            physical drives, and array accelerators."
        ::= { cpqDaCntlrEntry 6 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Accelerator Module Table
--    ====================================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaCntlr Group             (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.2)
--         cpqDaAccelTable             (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.2.2)
--
-- ****************************************************************************

     cpqDaAccelTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaAccelEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Table."
        ::= { cpqDaCntlr 2 }

     cpqDaAccelEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaAccelEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Entry."
        INDEX   { cpqDaAccelCntlrIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaAccelTable 1 }

     CpqDaAccelEntry ::= SEQUENCE
     {
        cpqDaAccelCntlrIndex     INTEGER,
        cpqDaAccelStatus         INTEGER,
        cpqDaAccelMemory         INTEGER,
        cpqDaAccelBadData        INTEGER,
        cpqDaAccelErrCode        INTEGER,
        cpqDaAccelBattery        INTEGER,
        cpqDaAccelReadErrs       Counter,
        cpqDaAccelWriteErrs      Counter,
        cpqDaAccelCondition      INTEGER
        }

     cpqDaAccelCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Controller Index.

            This value is a logical number whose meaning is OS dependent.
            The value has a direct mapping to the controller table index
            such that controller 'i' has accelerator table entry 'i'."
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 1 }

     cpqDaAccelStatus OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            invalid(2),
            enabled(3),
            tmpDisabled(4),
            permDisabled(5)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Status.

            This describes the status of the Compaq 4MB Array Accelerator 
            Write Cache.

            The status can be:

            Other (1)       
              Indicates that the instrument agent does not recognize the 
              status of the Array Accelerator.  You may need to upgrade 
              the instrument agent.
  
            Invalid (2)
              Indicates that an Array Accelerator board has not been 
              installed in this system.
 
            Enabled (3)     
              Indicates that write cache operations are currently configured
              and enabled for at least one logical drive.  

            Temporarily Disabled (4)    
              Indicates that write cache operations have been temporarily
              disabled. View the Array Accelerator Board Error Code object 
              to determine why the write cache operations have been 
              temporarily disabled.

            Permanently Disabled (5)    
              Indicates that write cache operations have been permanently 
              disabled.  View the Array Accelerator Board Error Code object 
              to determine why the write cache operations have been disabled."
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 2 }

     cpqDaAccelMemory OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..2147483647)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Write Cache Memory.

            This shows the amount of memory allocated for the write cache in
            kilobytes.  Because data is kept in duplicate (mirrored), the 
            actual amount of usable memory is half the amount shown."
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 3 }

     cpqDaAccelBadData OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            none(2),
            possible(3)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Bad Data.

            The following values are valid:

            None (2)        
              Indicates that no data loss occurred.  The battery packs were 
              properly charged when the system was initialized.  

            Possible (3)    
              Indicates that at power up, the battery packs were not 
              sufficiently charged.  Because the batteries did not retain
              sufficient charge when the system resumed power, the board 
              has not retained any data that may have been stored.  
              If no data was on the board, no data was lost.  Several things 
              may have caused this condition:

              * If the system was without power for eight days, and the
                battery packs were on (battery packs only activate if 
                system looses power unexpectedly), any data that may have 
                been stored in the cache was lost.

              * There may be a problem with the battery pack.
                See the Battery Status for more information.
            
              * This status will also appear if the Array Accelerator 
                board is replaced with a new board that has discharged 
                batteries.  No data has been lost in this case, and posted 
                writes will automatically be enabled when the batteries 
                reach full charge."
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 4 }

     cpqDaAccelErrCode OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            invalid(2),
            badConfig(3),
            lowBattery(4),
            disableCmd(5),
            noResources(6),
            notConnected(7),
            badMirrorData(8),
            readErr(9),
            writeErr(10),
            configCmd(11)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Error Code.

            Use this to determine the status of the write cache operations. 

            The status can be:

            Other (1)                   
              Indicates that the instrument agent does not recognize the
              error code.  You may need to update your software.
 
            Invalid (2)                 
              Indicates that write cache operations are currently 
              configured and enabled for at least one logical drive. 
              No write cache errors have occurred.

            Bad Configuration (3)       
              Indicates that write cache operations are temporarily 
              disabled.  The Array Accelerator board was configured 
              for a different controller.  This error could be caused 
              if boards were switched from one system to another.
              Rerun the Compaq EISA Configuration Utility and ensure 
              that the board has been properly configured for this
              system.  Note: If data from another system was stored 
              on the board, rerunning EISA Configuration will cause
              the data to be lost.

            Low Battery Power (4)       
              Indicates that write cache operations are temporarily 
              disabled due to insufficient battery power.  Please view
              the Battery Status object instance for more information.

            Disable Command Issued (5)  
              Indicates that write cache operations are temporarily 
              disabled.  The device driver issues this command when 
              the server is taken down.  This condition should not 
              exist when the system regains power.

            No Resources Available (6)  
              Indicates that write cache operations are temporarily 
              disabled.  The controller does not have sufficient
              resources to perform write cache operations.  
              For example, when a replaced drive is being rebuilt,
              there will not be sufficient resources.  Once the  
              operation that requires the resources has completed,
              this condition will clear and write cache operations 
              will resume.

            Board Not Connected (7)     
              Indicates that write cache operations are temporarily 
              disabled.  The Array Accelerator board has been 
              configured but is not currently attached to the
              controller. Check the alignment of the board and 
              connections.

            Bad Mirror Data (8)         
              Indicates that write cache operations have been 
              permanently disabled.  The Array Accelerator board stores
              mirrored copies of all data.  If data exists on the 
              board when the system is first powered up, the board
              performs a data compare test between the mirrored copies.  
              If the data does not match, an error has occurred.  
              Data may have been lost.  Your board may need servicing.

            Read Failure (9)            
              Indicates that write cache operations have been permanently
              disabled.  The Array Accelerator board stores mirror copies 
              of all data.  While reading the data from the board, memory 
              parity errors have occurred.  Both copies were corrupted and 
              cannot be retrieved.  Data has been lost, and you should 
              service the board.

            Write Failure (10)          
              Indicates that write cache operations have been permanently 
              disabled.  This error occurs when an unsuccessful attempt was 
              made to write data to the Array Accelerator board.  Data could 
              not be written to write cache memory in duplicate due to the 
              detection of parity errors.  This error does not indicate data 
              loss.  You should service the Array Accelerator board.

            Config Command (11)         
              Indicates that write cache operations have been permanently 
              disabled.  The configuration of the logical drives has changed.  
              You need to reconfigure the Array Accelerator board."
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 5 }

     cpqDaAccelBattery OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            recharging(3),
            failed(4),
            degraded(5)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Battery Status.

            This monitors the status of each battery pack on the board.  The
            batteries can only recharge when the system has power applied.   

            The following values are valid:

            Other (1)       
              Indicates that the instrument agent does not recognize
              battery status.  You may need to update your software.

            Ok (2)
              Indicates that a particular battery pack is fully charged.

            Charging (3)    
              The battery power is less than 75%.  The Drive Array
              Controller is attempting to recharge the battery.  A
              battery can take as long as 36 hours to fully recharge.  
              After 36 hours, if the battery has not recharged, it is 
              considered failed. 

            Failed (4) 
              The battery pack is below the sufficient voltage level and 
              has not recharged in 36 hours.  Your Array Accelerator board 
              needs to be serviced.  

            Degraded (5)    
              The battery is still operating, however, one of the batteries 
              in the pack has failed to recharge properly.  Your Array 
              Accelerator board should be serviced as soon as possible."  
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 6 }

     cpqDaAccelReadErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Read Errors.

            This shows the total number of read memory parity errors that 
            were detected while reading from the Array Accelerator board.  
            The mirrored copy of data on the board can be accessed to 
            obtain correct data if a memory parity errors occurs.

            Memory parity errors occur when the system detects that 
            information has not been transferred correctly.  A parity bit 
            is included for each byte of information stored in memory. 
            When the microprocessor reads or writes data, the system 
            counts the value of the bits in each byte.  If a total does
            not match the system's expectations, a parity error has
            occurred. A bad memory chip, memory corruption, or lack of
            refresh may cause memory parity errors."
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 7 }

     cpqDaAccelWriteErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Array Accelerator Board Write Errors.

            This shows the total number of write memory parity errors that 
            were detected while writing to the Array Accelerator board.  

            Write parity errors occur when the system detects that 
            information has not been transferred to the Array 
            Accelerator board correctly.  A parity bit is included for 
            each byte of information stored in memory.  When the 
            microprocessor reads or writes data, the system counts the 
            value of the bits in each byte.  If the total does not match 
            the system's expectations, a parity error has occurred."
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 8 }

     cpqDaAccelCondition OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            degraded(3),
            failed(4)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The condition of the device.  This value represents the overall 
            condition of this array accelerator."
        ::= { cpqDaAccelEntry 9 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Logical Drive Table
--    ===============================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaLogDrv Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.3)
--         cpqDaLogDrvTable            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.3.1)
--
--      The cpqDaLogDrv group contains configuration and statistical
--      information about the logical drives associated with Compaq Drive
--      Array controllers.
--
--      Implementation of the cpqDaLogDrv group is mandatory for all agents
--      that support the Compaq Drive Array MIB.
--
-- ****************************************************************************


     cpqDaLogDrvTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaLogDrvEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Logical Drive Table.

            A table of logical drive entries."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrv 1 }

     cpqDaLogDrvEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaLogDrvEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Logical Drive Entry.

            A logical drive entry."
        INDEX   { cpqDaLogDrvCntlrIndex, cpqDaLogDrvIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvTable 1 }

     CpqDaLogDrvEntry ::= SEQUENCE
{
        cpqDaLogDrvCntlrIndex        INTEGER,
        cpqDaLogDrvIndex             INTEGER,
        cpqDaLogDrvFaultTol          INTEGER,
        cpqDaLogDrvStatus            INTEGER,
        cpqDaLogDrvAutoRel           INTEGER,
        cpqDaLogDrvRebuildBlks       Counter,
        cpqDaLogDrvHasAccel          INTEGER,
        cpqDaLogDrvAvailSpares       OCTET STRING,
        cpqDaLogDrvSize              INTEGER,
        cpqDaLogDrvPhyDrvIDs         OCTET STRING,
        cpqDaLogDrvCondition         INTEGER
}

     cpqDaLogDrvCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Logical Drive Controller Index.

            This maps the logical drives into their respective controllers.
            Controller index 'i' under the controller group owns the 
            associated drives in the logical drive group which use that 
            index."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 1 }

     cpqDaLogDrvIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Logical Drive Index.

            This logical drive number keeps track of multiple instances of 
            logical drives which are on the same controller.  For each 
            controller index value, the logical drive index starts at 1 and 
            increments for each logical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 2 }

     cpqDaLogDrvFaultTol OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            none(2),
            mirroring(3),
            dataGuard(4),
            distribDataGuard(5)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Logical Drive Fault Tolerance.

            This shows the fault tolerance mode of the logical drive.  
            To change the fault tolerance mode, run the Compaq EISA 
            Configuration Utility.

            The following values are valid for the Logical Drive Fault 
            Tolerance:

            None (2) 
              Fault tolerance is not enabled.  If a physical drive reports
              an error, the data cannot be recovered by the Compaq Drive 
              Array Controller.

            Mirroring (3)       
              For each physical drive, there is a second physical drive
              containing identical data. If a drive fails, the data can be 
              retrieved from the mirror drive.

            Data Guard (4) 
              One of the physical drives is used as a data guard drive and 
              contains the exclusive OR of the data on the remaining drives.  
              If a failure is detected, the Compaq Drive Array Controller 
              rebuilds the data using the data guard information plus 
              information from the other drives.

            Distributed Data Guard (5)  
              Distributed Data Guarding, sometimes referred to as RAID 5,  
              is similar to Data Guarding, but instead of storing the parity 
              information on one drive, the information is distributed across 
              all of the drives.  If a failure is detected, the Compaq Drive 
              Array Controller rebuilds the data using the data guard 
              information from all the drives."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 3 }

     cpqDaLogDrvStatus OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            failed(3),
            unconfigured(4),
            recovering(5),
            readyForRebuild(6),
            rebuilding(7),
            wrongDrive(8),
            badConnect(9),
            overheating(10),
            shutdown(11)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Logical Drive Status.

            The logical drive can be in one of the following states: 

            Ok (2)
              Indicates that the logical drive is in normal operation mode.

            Failed (3)          
              Indicates that more physical drives have failed than the
              fault tolerance mode of the logical drive can handle without 
              data loss. 

            Unconfigured (4)
              Indicates that the logical drive is not configured.

            Recovering (5)     
              Indicates that the logical drive is using Interim Recovery Mode. 
              In Interim Recovery Mode, at least one physical drive has 
              failed, but the logical drive's fault tolerance mode lets the 
              drive continue to operate with no data loss. 

            Ready Rebuild (6)
              Indicates that the logical drive is ready for Automatic Data 
              Recovery.  The physical drive that failed has been replaced, 
              but the logical drive is still operating in Interim Recovery 
              Mode.

            Rebuilding (7)      
              Indicates that the logical drive is currently doing Automatic 
              Data Recovery.  During Automatic Data Recovery, fault tolerance 
              algorithms restore data to the replacement drive. 

            Wrong Drive (8)    
              Indicates that the wrong physical drive was replaced after a 
              physical drive failure.
        
            Bad Connect (9) 
              Indicates that a physical drive is not responding.

            Overheating (10)    
              Indicates that the drive array enclosure that contains the 
              logical drive is overheating.  The drive array is still 
              functioning, but should be shutdown.

            Shutdown (11) 
              Indicates that the drive array enclosure that contains the 
              logical drive has overheated.  The logical drive is no longer 
              functioning."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 4 }

     cpqDaLogDrvAutoRel OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..2147483647)
        ACCESS  read-write
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Compaq Array Controller Logical Drive Auto-Reliability Delay.

            This value indicates how many seconds the logical drive will wait 
            with no requests before beginning Auto-Reliability monitoring.
            For example, the default value is five, so the logical drive will
            begin Auto-Reliability monitoring if it receives no requests for
            five seconds.  If the value is zero, the logical drive will not
            perform Auto-Reliability monitoring.  Auto-Reliability only
            operates if the logical drive is configured in one of the fault
            tolerance modes.

            If the logical drive receives a request while performing
            Auto-Reliability monitoring, the drive will stop monitoring to
            process the request.  Once it has satisfied all incoming requests,
            the drive will wait for the Auto-Reliability delay to expire 
            before returning to Auto-Reliability monitoring.

            Auto-Reliability monitoring is a process to insure the highest
            level of data reliability.  In this process each disk is scanned 
            to verify that all of the sectors in the drive array are 
            readable.  If the Auto-Reliability monitoring process detects 
            any bad sectors on the drives, it automatically remaps these 
            bad sectors where possible."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 5 }

     cpqDaLogDrvRebuildBlks OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Logical Drive Rebuild Blocks Remaining.

            After a failed physical drive has been replaced, the physical 
            drive must have its data rebuilt.  This value shows how many 
            blocks of data still need to be rebuilt.  When the value 
            reaches zero, the rebuilding process is complete.  The drive 
            array continues to operate in interim recovery mode while a 
            drive is rebuilding.

            This value is only valid if the Logical Drive Status is
            rebuilding (7)."

        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 6 }

     cpqDaLogDrvHasAccel OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            unavailable(2),
            enabled(3),
            disabled(4)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Logical Drive Has Array Accelerator Board.

            This indicates whether the logical drive has an Array Accelerator
            board configured and enabled.  The following values are valid:

            Other (1)      
              Indicates that the instrument agent does not recognize the
              Array Accelerator board.  You may need to upgrade your software.

            Unavailable (2) 
              Indicates that there is no Array Accelerator board configured 
              for this logical drive.

            Enabled (3)  
              Indicates that the Array Accelerator board is configured and 
              enabled for this logical drive.  Run the Compaq EISA 
              Configuration Utility to change this value.

            Disabled (4)   
              Indicates that the Array Accelerator board is configured but 
              not enabled for this logical drive.  Run the Compaq EISA 
              Configuration Utility to change this value."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 7 }

     cpqDaLogDrvAvailSpares OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..255))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Logical Drive Available Spares.

            This indicates if this logical drive has one or more spares
            designated for it that are not currently in use by another drive.
            Each octet present will be a physical drive ID that is an 
            available spare for this logical drive.  These are the same ID's 
            which can be used as indexes into the physical drive table.  
            An octet string of length zero indicates that there are no 
            available spares for this logical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 8 }

     cpqDaLogDrvSize OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..2147483647)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Logical Drive Size.

            This is the size of the logical drive in megabytes.  This value 
            is calculated using the value 1,048,576 (2^20) as a megabyte.  
            Drive manufacturers sometimes use the number 1,000,000 as a 
            megabyte when giving drive capacities so this value may 
            differ from the advertised size of a drive."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 9 }

     cpqDaLogDrvPhyDrvIDs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..255))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Logical Drive Physical Drive IDs.

            This lists the physical drive IDs which are associated with this 
            logical drive. These are the same IDs which can be used as 
            indices into the physical drive table. Each byte of the string 
            is an index."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 10 }

     cpqDaLogDrvCondition OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            degraded(3),
            failed(4)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The Logical Drive condition.
            
            This value represents the overall condition of this logical drive and
            any associated physical drives."
        ::= { cpqDaLogDrvEntry 11 }


-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Spare Drive Table
--    =============================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaSpareDrv Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.4)
--         cpqDaSpareTable             (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.4.1)
--
--      The cpqDaSpareDrv group contains configuration and statistical
--      information about the spare drives associated with Compaq Drive Array
--      controllers.
--
--      Implementation of the cpqDaSpareDrv group is mandatory for all
--      agents that support the Compaq Drive Array MIB that have a spare
--      configured.
--
-- ****************************************************************************


     cpqDaSpareTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaSpareEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Spare Table.

            A table of spare entries."
        ::= { cpqDaSpareDrv 1 }

     cpqDaSpareEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaSpareEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Spare Entry.

            An entry in the spare table."
        INDEX   { cpqDaSpareCntlrIndex, cpqDaSparePhyDrvIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaSpareTable 1 }

     CpqDaSpareEntry ::= SEQUENCE
     {
        cpqDaSpareCntlrIndex         INTEGER,
        cpqDaSparePhyDrvIndex        INTEGER,
        cpqDaSpareStatus             INTEGER,
        cpqDaSpareReplacedDrv        INTEGER,
        cpqDaSpareRebuildBlks        Counter,
        cpqDaSpareCondition          INTEGER,
        cpqDaSpareBusNumber          INTEGER
     }

     cpqDaSpareCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Spare Controller Index.

            This index maps the spare drive back to the controller to which 
            it is attached.  The value of this index is the same as the one 
            used under the controller group."
        ::= { cpqDaSpareEntry 1 }

     cpqDaSparePhyDrvIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Spare Physical Drive Index.

            This index maps the spare to the physical drive it represents.  
            The value of this index is the same as the one used with the 
            physical drive table."
        ::= { cpqDaSpareEntry 2 }

     cpqDaSpareStatus OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            invalid(2),
            failed(3),
            inactive(4),
            building(5),
            active(6)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spare Status.

            This shows the status of the on-line spare drive. 

            The following values are valid for the spare status:

            Failed (3)  
              The on-line spare has failed and is no longer available for use.

            Inactive (4) 
              The monitored system has an on-line spare configured, but is 
              not currently in use.

            Building (5)    
              A physical drive has failed. Automatic Data Recovery
              is in progress to recover data to the on-line spare.

            Active (6)      
              A physical drive has failed. Automatic Data Recovery is
              complete.  The system is using the on-line spare as a
              replacement for the failed drive."
        ::= { cpqDaSpareEntry 3 }

     cpqDaSpareReplacedDrv OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spare Replaced Drive.

             If the spare status is active(6) or building(5), then this 
             has the physical drive number of the replaced drive."
        ::= { cpqDaSpareEntry 4 }

     cpqDaSpareRebuildBlks OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Spare Number Of Rebuild Blocks Left.

            If the spare status is building(5), then this is the number of 
            blocks left to rebuild before completion.
                
            The data contained on the failed physical drive must be 
            reconstructed from the fault tolerance data and copied to the 
            spare so that the spare can function in place of the failed drive.
            
            When the number reaches zero (0), the building process is
            complete and the spare has replaced the physical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaSpareEntry 5 }

     cpqDaSpareCondition OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            degraded(3),
            failed(4)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The Spare Drive condition.
            
            This value represents the overall condition of this spare drive 
            and any associated physical drives."
        ::= { cpqDaSpareEntry 6 }

     cpqDaSpareBusNumber OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spare Drive SCSI Bus Number.

            The bus number indicates to which SCSI bus this spare drive 
            is attached.  The first instance is one and increments for 
            each SCSI bus on a controller.  A value of -1 will be
            returned if the spare drive is attached to a controller
            that does not support multiple SCSI busses.  This is not
            supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaSpareEntry 7 }
                              
-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Physical Drive Group
--    ================================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaPhyDrv Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.5)
--         cpqDaPhyDrvTable            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.5.1)
--
--      The cpqDaPhyDrv group contains configuration and statistical
--      information about the physical drives associated with Compaq Drive 
--      Array controllers.
--
--      Implementation of the cpqDaPhyDrv group is mandatory for all agents
--      that support the Compaq Drive Array MIB.
--
-- ****************************************************************************


     cpqDaPhyDrvTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaPhyDrvEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Table.

            A table of physical drive entries."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrv 1 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaPhyDrvEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Entry.

            A physical drive entry."
        INDEX   { cpqDaPhyDrvCntlrIndex, cpqDaPhyDrvIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvTable 1 }

     CpqDaPhyDrvEntry ::= SEQUENCE
     {
        cpqDaPhyDrvCntlrIndex            INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvIndex                 INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvModel                 DisplayString,
        cpqDaPhyDrvFWRev                 DisplayString,
        cpqDaPhyDrvBay                   INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvStatus                INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvFactReallocs          INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvUsedReallocs          Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvRefHours              Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHReads                Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvReads                 Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHWrites               Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvWrites                Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHSeeks                Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvSeeks                 Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHardReadErrs          Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvRecvReadErrs          Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHardWriteErrs         Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvRecvWriteErrs         Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHSeekErrs             Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvSeekErrs              Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvSpinupTime            INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest1            Gauge,
        cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest2            Gauge,
        cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest3            Gauge,
        cpqDaPhyDrvDrqTimeouts           Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvOtherTimeouts         Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvSpinupRetries         Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvBadRecvReads          Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvBadRecvWrites         Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvFormatErrs            Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvPostErrs              Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvNotReadyErrs          Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvReallocAborts         Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvThreshPassed          INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHasMonInfo            INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvCondition             INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHotPlugs              Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvMediaErrs             Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHardwareErrs          Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvAbortedCmds           Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvSpinUpErrs            Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvBadTargetErrs         Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvLocation              INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvSize                  INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvBusFaults             Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvIrqDeglitches         Counter,
        cpqDaPhyDrvHotPlug               INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvPlacement             INTEGER,
        cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber             INTEGER
     }

     cpqDaPhyDrvCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Controller Index.

            This index maps the physical drive back to the controller to 
            which it is attached. The value of this index is the same as 
            the one used under the controller group."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 1 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Index.

            This index is used for selecting the physical drive table entry.
            This number, along with the cpqDaPhyDrvCntlrIndex uniquely 
            identify a specific physical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 2 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvModel OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..255))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Model.

            This is a text description of the physical drive.  The text that
            appears depends upon who manufactured the drive and the drive 
            type.

            For example, you might see: COMPAQ 210MB CP3201.

            If a drive fails, note the model to identify the type of drive
            necessary for replacement.

            If a model number is not present, you may not have properly
            initialized the drive array to which the physical drive is 
            attached for monitoring.  If you suspect that a problem exists, 
            schedule server down time to run Compaq Diagnostics and select 
            the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 3 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvFWRev OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..8))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Firmware Revision.

            This shows the physical drive revision number.

            If the firmware revision is not present, you have not properly
            initialized the drive array.  If you suspect that a problem 
            exists, schedule server down time to run Compaq Diagnostics and 
            select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 4 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvBay OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Bay Location.

            This value matches the bay location where the physical drive has 
            been installed.  Each bay is labeled with a separate number so 
            that you can identify the location of the drive."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 5 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvStatus OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            failed(3)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Status.

            This shows the status of the physical drive.

            The following values are valid for the physical drive status:
                

            Other (1)   
              Indicates that the instrument agent does not recognize
              the drive.  You may need to upgrade your instrument agent
              and/or driver software.

            Ok (2) 
              Indicates the drive is functioning properly.  

            Failed (3) 
              Indicates that the drive is no longer operating and
              should be replaced.

            If you suspect a problem, run Compaq Diagnostics."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 6 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvFactReallocs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER 
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "This shows the number of spare sectors available for 
             remapping at the time the physical drive was shipped.  
             The physical drive will use these spare sectors for remapping 
             bad sectors that exist on the drive.  Not all drives support 
             factory reallocation."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 7 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvUsedReallocs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Used Reallocated Sectors.

            This shows the number of sectors of the reallocation area that 
            have been used by the physical drive. 

            To see how many sectors were originally available for use in the
            reallocation area, refer to the factory reallocation information 
            if it exists.  Not all drives support factory reallocation.

            Because of the nature of magnetic disks, certain sectors on a 
            drive may have media defects. The reallocation area is part of 
            the disk drive that the drive manufacturer sets aside to 
            compensate for these defects. The drive array controller writes 
            information addressed from these unusable sectors to available 
            sectors in the reallocation area.  If too many sectors have 
            been reallocated, there may be a problem with the drive.  

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option to
            verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 8 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvRefHours OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Reference Time in hours.

            This shows the total number of hours that a physical drive has 
            been spinning since the drive was stamped.  The drive will have 
            either been stamped when it left the factory or when you ran 
            Compaq Diagnostics on your new drive.  You can use the reference 
            time to calculate rates for other physical drive events."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 9 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHReads OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Sectors Read (high).

            The phyDrvHReads and the phyDrvReads together shows the total 
            number of sectors read from the physical disk drive during the 
            reference time (phyDrvRefHours).

            The actual number of sectors read equals the phyDrvHReads
            times 2^32 plus the phyDrvReads.

            This information may be useful for determining rates. 
            For instance, if you wanted to calculate the average number 
            of reads per hour of operation, divide this number by the 
            reference hours."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 10 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvReads OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Sectors Read (low).

            The phyDrvHReads and the phyDrvReads together shows
            the total number of sectors read from the physical disk drive
            during the reference time (phyDrvRefHours).

            The actual number of sectors read equals the phyDrvHReads
            times 2^32 plus the phyDrvReads.

            This information may be useful for determining rates. 
            For instance, if you wanted to calculate the average number 
            of reads per hour of operation, divide this number by the 
            reference hours."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 11 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHWrites OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Sectors Written (high).

            The phyDrvHWrites and the phyDrvWrites together shows the
            total number of sectors written to the physical disk drive
            during the reference hours (phyDrvRefHours).

            The actual number of sectors written equals the phyDrvHWrites
            times 2^32 plus the phyDrvWrites.

            This information may be useful for determining rates. 
            For instance, if you wanted to calculate the average number 
            of writes per hour of operation, divide this number by the 
            reference hours. "
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 12 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvWrites OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Sectors Written (low).

            The phyDrvHWrites and the phyDrvWrites together
            shows the total number of sectors written to the physical 
            disk drive during the reference hours (phyDrvRefHours).

            The actual number of sectors written equals the phyDrvHWrites
            times 2^32 plus the phyDrvWrites.

            This information may be useful for determining rates. 
            For instance, if you wanted to calculate the average number of 
            writes per hour of operation, divide this number by the reference 
            hours. "
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 13 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHSeeks OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Total Seeks (high).

            The phyDrvHSeeks and the phyDrvSeeks together shows the total
            number of seek operations performed by the physical disk drive
            during the reference hours (phyDrvRefHours).

            The actual number of seeks equals the phyDrvHSeeks times 
            2^32 plus the phyDrvWriteSeeks."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 14 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvSeeks OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Total Seeks (low).

            The phyDrvHSeeks and the phyDrvSeeks together shows the total
            number of seek operations performed by the physical disk drive
            during the reference hours (phyDrvRefHours).

            The actual number of seeks equals the phyDrvHSeeks times 
            2^32 plus the phyDrvWriteSeeks."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 15 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHardReadErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Hard Read Errors.

            This shows the number of read errors that have occurred on a 
            drive that could not be recovered by a physical drive's Error 
            Correction Code (ECC) algorithm or through retries during the 
            reference time (phyDrvRefTime).  Over time, a disk drive may 
            produce these errors.  If you receive these errors, a problem 
            may exist with your drive.

            The value increases every time the physical drive detects another
            error. 

            The severity of these errors depends on whether the monitored 
            system is running in a fault tolerant mode. With fault tolerance, 
            the controller can remap data to eliminate the problems caused by 
            these errors.  In either case, if you see an increase in these 
            errors, schedule server down time to run Compaq Diagnostics to 
            verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 16 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvRecvReadErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Recovered Read Errors.

            This shows the number of read errors corrected through physical 
            drive retries during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime). 

            Over time, all disk drives produce these errors.  If you notice a
            rapid increase in the value for Recovered Read Errors (or Hard 
            Read Errors), a problem may exist with the drive.  The value 
            increases every time the physical drive detects and corrects 
            another error.

            Expect more Recovered Read Errors than Hard Read Errors. If you
            suspect that a problem may exist with the drive, schedule server
            down time to run Compaq Diagnostics."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 17 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHardWriteErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Hard Write Errors.

            This shows the number of write errors that could not be recovered 
            by a physical drive during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime). 

            Over time a disk drive may detect these errors. If you notice an
            increase in the value shown for Hard Write Errors or Recovered 
            Write Errors, a problem may exist with the drive.  The value 
            increases every time the physical drive detects another error. 
            On average, these errors should occur less frequently than 
            read errors.  If you see an increase in these errors, schedule 
            server down time to run Compaq Diagnostics to verify that a 
            problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 18 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvRecvWriteErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Recovered Write Errors.

            This shows the number of write errors corrected through physical
            drive retries or recovered by a physical drive during the 
            reference time (phyDrvRefTime).

            Over time a disk drive may produce these errors. 

            If you notice an increase in the value shown for Hard Write 
            Errors or Recovered Write Errors, a problem may exist with 
            the drive.

            The value increases every time the physical drive detects and
            corrects an error. Only an unusually rapid increase in these 
            errors indicates a problem. 

            On average, these errors should occur less frequently than hard 
            read errors.  If you suspect that a problem may exist with the 
            drive, schedule server down time to run Compaq Diagnostics."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 19 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHSeekErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Seek Errors (High).

            The phyDrvHSeekErrs and the phyDrvSeekErrs together shows the
            total number of times that the physical disk drive detected a 
            seek error during the reference hours (phyDrvRefHours).

            The actual number of seek errors equals the phyDrvHSeekErrs times
            2^32 plus the phyDrvWriteSeekErrs.
        
            Over time, a disk drive usually produces these errors. If you 
            notice a rapid increase in the value shown for Seek Errors, 
            this physical drive may be failing. 

            The value increases every time the physical drive produces 
            another error. Only an unusually rapid increase in these errors 
            indicates a problem. If you suspect that a problem exists, 
            schedule server down time to run Compaq Diagnostics."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 20 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvSeekErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Seek Errors (low).
            The phyDrvHSeekErrs and the phyDrvSeekErrs together shows the
            total number of times that the physical disk drive detected a 
            seek error during the reference hours (phyDrvRefHours).

            The actual number of seek errors equals the phyDrvHSeekErrs times
            2^32 plus the phyDrvWriteSeekErrs.
        
            Over time, a disk drive usually produces these errors. If you 
            notice a rapid increase in the value shown for Seek Errors, 
            this physical drive may be failing. 

            The value increases every time the physical drive produces another
            error. Only an unusually rapid increase in these errors indicates
            a problem. If you suspect that a problem exists, schedule server 
            down time to run Compaq Diagnostics."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 21 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvSpinupTime OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER 
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spin up Time in tenths of seconds.

            This is the time it takes for a physical drive to spin up to full
            speed.

            Disks require time to gain momentum and reach operating speed. As
            cars are tested to go from 0 mph to 60 mph in x number of seconds,
            drive manufacturers have preset expectations for the time it takes 
            the drive to spin to full speed. Drives that do not meet these
            expectations may have problems.

            The value may be zero (0) under one of the following conditions:

            *  If you are monitoring a physical drive that is part of the
               monitored system's internal drive array storage, and you use a
               warm boot to reset the monitored system. During a warm boot, 
               the drives continue to spin.

            *  If you have a Compaq Drive Array but have a version of the
               physical controller ROM that is less than version 1.00.  If 
               you have used an upgrade utility on versions less than 1.00, 
               the value may still be zero.

            *  If you are monitoring a physical drive in an Intelligent Array
               Expansion System and you reset the monitored system but not 
               the Intelligent Array Expansion System.

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option to
            verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 22 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest1 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Gauge
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 1. 

            This provides information about a series of tests that indicate 
            how well a physical drive works. These tests compare the way the
            physical drive currently operates when performing various tasks 
            with the way it worked when it was new. 

            A percent value is displayed that represents how the drive works
            currently when compared to how the drive worked when new.  New 
            drives operate at the 100 percent level.  By default, if the 
            current value is less than or equal to 80 percent, a problem may
            exist. 

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option to
            verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 23 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest2 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Gauge
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 2. 

            This provides information about a series of tests that indicate 
            how well a physical drive works. These tests compare the way the 
            physical drive currently operates when performing various tasks 
            with the way it worked when it was new. 

            A percent value is displayed that represents how the drive works
            currently when compared to how the drive worked when new.  New 
            drives operate at the 100 percent level. By default, if the  
            current value is less than or equal to 80 percent, a problem may 
            exist. 

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option to
            verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 24 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest3 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Gauge
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 3. 

            This provides information about a series of tests that indicate 
            how well a physical drive works. These tests compare the way the 
            physical drive currently operates when performing various tasks 
            with the way it worked when it was new. 

            A percent value is displayed that represents how the drive works
            currently when compared to how the drive worked when new.  New 
            drives operate at the 100 percent level. By default, if the 
            current value is less than or equal to 80 percent, a problem may 
            exist. 

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option to
            verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 25 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvDrqTimeouts OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "DRQ Timeouts.

            The number of times that a physical drive continued to request 
            data,  but did not get a command completion during the reference 
            time (phyDrvRefTime). This value increases every time a DRQ
            timeout occurs for the physical drive. 

            A defective drive or cable may cause DRQ timeouts to occur. 
            If you see an increase in these errors, complete the following 
            steps for the monitored system: 

            1.  Check the cables connecting the drive to ensure that 
                they are intact. 

            2.  If the cables are properly connected, schedule server 
                down time to run Compaq Diagnostics to verify that a 
                problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 26 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvOtherTimeouts OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Other Timeouts.

            The number of times that a physical drive did not respond with an
            interrupt within a controller-defined period of time after a 
            command had been issued during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime). 
            This does not include DRQ timeouts. 

            If you suspect a problem, complete the following steps for the
            monitored system:

            1.  Check the cables connecting the drive to ensure that they 
                are intact. 

            2.  If the cables are properly connected, schedule server down
                time to run Compaq Diagnostics to verify that a problem 
                exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 27 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvSpinupRetries OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spin up Retries.

            The number of times that a physical drive had to retry to spin up
            before successfully achieving operating speed during the reference
            time (phyDrvRefTime). This value represents the spin-up retries 
            that occurred since the last time you turned on the monitored
            system. 

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option to
            verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 28 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvBadRecvReads OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Recovery Failed (Bad) Read Error.

            The number of times a read error occurred while performing 
            Automatic Data Recovery from this physical drive to another 
            drive during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime).

            If a read error occurs, Automatic Data Recovery stops.  
            These errors indicate that the physical drive has failed.  
            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run 
            Compaq Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics 
            option to verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 29 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvBadRecvWrites OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Recovery Failed (Bad) Write Error.

            The number of times a write error occurred while performing 
            Automatic Data Recovery from another drive to this physical 
            drive during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime). 

            If a write error occurs, Automatic Data Recovery stops. 
            These errors indicate that the physical drive has failed. 
            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run 
            Compaq Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics 
            option to verify that a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 30 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvFormatErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Format Error.

            The number of times a format operation failed when the controller 
            attempted to remap a bad sector during the reference time
            (phyDrvRefTime).  Zero indicates that no format errors have 
            occurred.  The value increases each time a format error occurs.  
            A failed format operation may cause the controller to mark a 
            drive failed.

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option to 
            verify a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 31 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvPostErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Power On Self Test (Post) Error.

            The number of times that a physical drive failed its self test
            during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime).

            The physical drive does a self test each time power is applied
            to the system."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 32 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvNotReadyErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Not Ready Errors.

            The number of times the physical drive failed after the spin up
            command was issued during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime).  
            When the spin up command was issued, the drive failed to reach 
            its ready state.  If the current value is zero, the drive has 
            not failed.  If the current value is greater than zero, at 
            least one failure occurred. 

            This error could be caused because the physical drive has failed 
            to spin.

            If you suspect a problem:

            1.  Check the cables connecting the drive to ensure that they 
                are intact. 

            2.  If the cables are properly connected, schedule server down
                time to run Compaq Diagnostics to verify that a problem
                exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 33 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvReallocAborts OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Reallocation Aborts.

            The number of times the physical drive has failed due to an error
            that occurred when the controller was trying to reallocate a bad
            sector during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime).  Zero (0)
            indicates that no Reallocation Abort errors have occurred.  
            The value increases each time a Reallocation Abort error occurs. 

            Because of the nature of magnetic disks, certain sectors on a 
            drive may have media defects.  The reallocation area is part of 
            the disk drive that is set aside to compensate for these defects.  
            The array controller writes information addressed from unusable 
            sectors to available sectors in the reallocation area.  

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Drive Monitoring Diagnostics option to
            verify a problem exists."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 34 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThreshPassed OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            false(1),
            true(2)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Factory Threshold Passed (Exceeded).

            When the drive is shipped, certain thresholds have been set to
            monitor performance of the drives.  For example, a threshold 
            might be set for Spin up Time.  If the time that it takes the 
            drive to spin up exceeds the factory threshold, there may be 
            a problem with one of the drives.

            If you suspect a problem, schedule server down time to run Compaq
            Diagnostics and select the Physical Drive Test option.

            Note:   These thresholds may be under Compaq warranty under 
                    certain conditions."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 35 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHasMonInfo OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            false(1),
            true(2)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Has Monitor Information.

            All of the physical disk table fields except for the physical
            disk status (phyDrvStatus) and the bay location 
            (phyDrvBayLocation) are invalid unless this field has a value 
            of true(2).

            If the value is false(1), you must run Compaq Diagnostics and
            select the Physical Drive Test option. This will enable the 
            physical disk monitoring information."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 36 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvCondition OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            ok(2),
            degraded(3),
            failed(4)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The condition of the device.  
             This value represents the overall condition of this physical 
             drive."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 37 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHotPlugs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Hot Plug Count. 

             This value indicates the number of times this physical drive
             was hot-plugged (removed) from a Compaq ProLiant Storage System.
             This is not supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2
             controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 38 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvMediaErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Media Failure Count.

            This value indicates the number of times this physical drive
            was failed due to unrecoverable media errors.  This is not
            supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 39 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHardwareErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Hardware Error Count. 

            This value indicates the number of times this physical drive
            returned a bad hardware status. The drive may be failed if
            retries do not work.  This is not supported by the IDA, 
            IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 40 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvAbortedCmds OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Aborted Command Failures.

            This value indicates the number of times this physical drive
            was failed due to aborted commands that could not be retried
            successfully.  This is not supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion,
            or IDA-2 controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 41 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvSpinUpErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Spin-Up Failure Count.

            This value indicates the number of times this physical drive
            was failed due to a failure of a spin-up command.  This is not
            supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 42 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvBadTargetErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Bad Target Count.

            This value indicates the number of times this physical drive
            performed some action that did not conform to the SCSI-2 bus
            protocol.  These actions will cause the SCSI bus to be reset.
            This is not supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2
            controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 43 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvLocation OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            internal(2),
            external(3),
            proLiant(4)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  deprecated
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Physical Location.

            This is the physical location of where the drive is located.  
            The following values are defined:

            other(1)    
              The location of the drive is not known.

            internal(2) 
              The drive is located inside of the computer system box.

            external(3) 
              The drive is located outside of the computer system box.

            proLiant(4) 
              The drive is located outside of the computer system box
              in a Compaq ProLiant Storage System."

        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 44 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvSize OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER 
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Size in MB.

            This is the size of the physical drive in megabytes.  This value 
            is calculated using the value 1,048,576 (2^20) as a megabyte.  
            Drive manufacturers sometimes use the number 1,000,000 as a 
            megabyte when giving drive capacities so this value may differ 
            from the advertised size of a drive.  This field is only 
            applicable for controllers which support SCSI drives, and 
            therefore is not supported by the IDA or IDA-2 controllers.  
            The field will contain 0xFFFFFFFF if the drive capacity cannot 
            be calculated or if the controller does not support SCSI drives."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 45 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvBusFaults OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Bus Fault Count.

            This value indicates the number of times that a bus fault was 
            detected for the drive by the controller.  This is not supported 
            by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 46 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvIrqDeglitches OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  Counter
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive IRQ Deglitch Count.

            This is not supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2
            controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 47 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvHotPlug OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            hotPlug(2),
            nonHotPlug(3)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Hot Plug Support Status.

            The following values are defined:

            other(1)    
              The Insight Agent is unable to determine if this drive 
              supports hot plug replacement.

            hotPlug(2) 
              The drive supports hot plug replacement.
 
            nonhotPlug(3)   
              The drive does not support hot plug replacement."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 48 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvPlacement OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            internal(2),
            external(3)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Placement.

            The following values are defined:

            other(1)
              The agent is unable to determine if the drive is internal or 
              external to the system chassis.

            internal(2)
              The drive is located in the system chassis.

            external(3) 
              The drive is located outside the system chassis in an
              expansion box."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 49 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive SCSI Bus Number.

            The bus number indicates to which SCSI bus this physical  
            drive is attached.  The first instance is one and increments 
            for each SCSI bus on a controller.  A value of -1 will be
            returned if the physical drive is attached to a controller
            that does not support multiple SCSI busses.  This is not
            supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvEntry 50 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Physical Drive Error Table
--    ======================================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaPhyDrv Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.5)
--         cpqDaPhyDrvErrTable         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.5.2)
--
-- ****************************************************************************

     cpqDaPhyDrvErrTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Error Log Table.

            A table of physical drive entries.  The Error Log Table is not
            supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrv 2 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Entry."
        INDEX   { cpqDaPhyDrvErrCntlrIndex, cpqDaPhyDrvErrIDIndex,
                  cpqDaPhyDrvErrIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrTable 1 }

        CpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry ::= SEQUENCE
        {
              cpqDaPhyDrvErrCntlrIndex         INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvErrIDIndex            INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvErrIndex              INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvErrType               INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvScsiOp                INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvScsiStatus            INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvCamStatus             INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvSenseKey              INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvQualifier             INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvSenseCode             INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvBlockValid            INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvBlock                 INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvTime                  INTEGER,
              cpqDaPhyDrvUserDesc              DisplayString,
              cpqDaPhyDrvErrDesc               INTEGER   
        }

     cpqDaPhyDrvErrCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Error Log Controller Index.

            This index maps the physical drive back to the controller to 
            which it is attached. The value of this index is the same as 
            the one used under the controller group."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 1 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvErrIDIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Error Log Index.

            This index is used for selecting the physical drive table entry.
            This number, along with the cpqDaPhyDrvErrCntlrIndex uniquely 
            identify a specific physical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 2 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvErrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..2147483647)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Error Log Index.

            This index is used for selecting the physical drive table entry.
            This number, along with the cpqDaPhyDrvErrCntlrIndex uniquely 
            identify a specific physical drive."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 3 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvErrType OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            other(1),
            noError(2),
            scsiError(3),
            camError(4)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log Error Type.

            The type of error in the error log.  The valid types are:

            Other (1)  
              Indicates that the instrument agent does not recognize the 
              type of error in the error log.
 
            No Error (2)  
              Indicates that this error log entry does not have an error.

            SCSI Error (3)    
              Indicates that this error log entry is a SCSI Error.

            CAM Error (4)    
              Indicates that this error log entry is a CAM error."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 4 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvScsiOp OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log SCSI Operation.

            This is the SCSI Command Operation Code byte associated with the
            error log entry.  For further specifications consult a SCSI-2
            logical specification or other SCSI reference."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 5 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvScsiStatus OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log SCSI Status.

            This is the SCSI Status Code byte associated with the error log
            entry.  For further specifications consult a SCSI-2 logical
            specification or other SCSI reference."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 6 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvCamStatus OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log CAM Status.

            This is the SCSI CAM Status byte associated with the error log
            entry.  For further specifications consult a SCSI-2 logical
            specification or other SCSI reference." 
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 7 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvSenseKey OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log Sense Key.

            This is the SCSI Sense Key byte associated with the error log
            entry.  For further specifications consult a SCSI-2 logical
            specification or other SCSI reference." 
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 8 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvQualifier OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log Qualifier.

            This is the SCSI Additional Sense Code Qualifier byte (as returned
            by the Request Sense command) associated with the error log entry.
            For further specifications consult a SCSI-2 logical specification
            or other SCSI reference."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 9 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvSenseCode OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log Sense Code.

            This is the SCSI Sense Code associated with the error log entry.
            For further specifications consult a SCSI-2 logical specification
            or other SCSI reference." 
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 10 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvBlockValid OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            false(1),
            true(2)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log Block Address Is Valid.

            The valid values are:

            False (1)         
              Indicates that the Block Address object (cpqDaPhyDrvBlock) 
              is not a valid address.

            True (2)   
              Indicates that the Block Address object (cpqDaPhyDrvBlock) 
              is a valid address."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 11 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvBlock OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log Block Address.

            This is the SCSI Block Address (as returned by the Request Sense
            Command) associated with the error log entry.  For further
            specifications consult a SCSI-2 logical specification or other
            SCSI reference."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 12 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvTime OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..2147483647)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log Reference Time.

            This gives a relative time stamp as to when the error log entry
            occurred.  The Reference Time shows the number of hours that a
            physical drive has been spinning since the drive was initialized
            for monitor and performance."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 13 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvUserDesc OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  DisplayString (SIZE (0..255))
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  deprecated
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Error Log User Description.

            This is a string built by the agent which contains the Reference
            Time (cpqDaPhyDrvTime) and a brief description of the disk error
            associated with the particular error log entry.  This field is 
            being deprecated, and future management station applications 
            should be aware that this field may not contain ASCII 
            string data."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 14 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvErrDesc OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER {
            driveFailure(1),
            commFailure(2),
            driveIOError(3),
            scsiCommError(4),
            compaqUpgradeRequired(5),
            driveWriteProtected(6),
            invalidRequest(7),
            scsiMessageError(8),
            controllerFailure(9),
            internExternConflict(10),
            internalDriveFailure(11),
            scsiErrorOutOfRange(12),
            camErrorOutOfRange(13),
            errorTypeOutOfRange(14)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "The index used to display an error associated with a physical drive.
                
            This number refers to an entry in a list of error strings 
            enumerating the possible physical drive errors associated with 
            a particular physical disk drive.

            The valid values are:

            DriveFailure (1)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'Drive Failure'.

            CommFailure(2)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'Communication Failure'.

            DriveIOError(3)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'Drive I/O Error'.

            SCSICommError(4)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'SCSI Communication Error'.

            CompaqUpgradeRequired(5)
              The Management Station should display the following string: 
              'Compaq EISA Configuration Utility or OS upgrade required'.

            DriveWriteProtected(6)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'Drive Write Protected - Check Drive Jumpers'.

            InvalidRequest(7)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'Invalid Request'.

            SCSIMessageError(8)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'SCSI Message Error'.

            ControllerFailure(9)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'Controller Failure'.

            InternalExternalConflict(10)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'Internal/External Conflict on Port 1'.
            
            InternalDriveFailure(11)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'Internal Drive Failure'.
            
            SCSIErrorOutOfRange(12)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'SCSI Error, Sense Code = %xh' where %x is the value of the 
               cpqDaPhyDrvSenseCode object.  This index will only be provided
               if the specified object exceeds the valid range.

            CAMErrorOutOfRange(13)
              The Management Station should display the following string:  
              'CAM Error, CAM status =%xh' where %x is the value of the 
              cpqDaPhyDrvCamStatus object.  This index will only be provided 
              if the specified object exceeds the valid range.

            ErrorTypeOutOfRange(14)
              The Management Station should display the following string:   
              'Error type =%xh' where %x is the value of the 
              cpqDaPhyDrvErrType object.  This index will only be provided 
              if the specified object exceeds the valid range. "
            ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvErrEntry 15 }


-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Physical Drive Threshold Table
--    ==========================================
--
-- The compaq enterprise               (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group            (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaComponent Group          (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2)
--        cpqDaPhyDrvThr Group         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.6)
--         cpqDaPhyDrvThrTable         (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.2.6.1)
--
-- ****************************************************************************

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrTable OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Threshold Table.

            A table of physical drive threshold entries."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThr 1 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  CpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry
        ACCESS  not-accessible
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Threshold Entry.

            A physical drive threshold entry."
        INDEX   { cpqDaPhyDrvThrCntlrIndex, cpqDaPhyDrvThrIndex }
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrTable 1 }

        CpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry ::= SEQUENCE
        { 
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrCntlrIndex            INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrIndex                 INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrUsedReallocs          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrRefHours              INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrHardReadErrs          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrRecvReadErrs          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrHardWriteErrs         INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrRecvWriteErrs         INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrHSeekErrs             INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrSeekErrs              INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrSpinupTime            INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest1            INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest2            INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest3            INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrDrqTimeouts           INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrOtherTimeouts         INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrSpinupRetries         INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrBadRecvReads          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrBadRecvWrites         INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrFormatErrs            INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrPostErrs              INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrNotReadyErrs          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrReallocAborts         INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrHotPlugs              INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrMediaErrs             INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrHardwareErrs          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrAbortedCmds           INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrSpinUpErrs            INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrBadTargetErrs         INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrViUsedReallocs        INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrViSpinupTime          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrViFunctTest1          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrViFunctTest2          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrViFunctTest3          INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrBusFaults             INTEGER,
           cpqDaPhyDrvThrIrqDeglitches         INTEGER
        }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrCntlrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Threshold Controller Index.

            This index maps the physical drive thresholds back to the 
            controller to which it is attached. The value of this 
            index is the same as the one used under the controller group."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 1 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrIndex OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..255)
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Array Physical Drive Threshold Index.

            This index maps the thresholds to a physical drive.  The value
            of this index is the same as the one used with the physical
            drive table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 2 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrUsedReallocs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Used Reallocated Sectors Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the reallocation area that
            has been used by the physical drive. 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvUsedReallocs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 3 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrRefHours OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Reference Time Maximum Threshold in hours.

            This shows the maximum threshold in hours that a physical drive 
            has been spinning since the drive was stamped. 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvRefHours
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 4 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrHardReadErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Hard Read Errors Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of read errors on a drive that
            could not be recovered by a physical drive's Error Correction
            Code (ECC) algorithm or through retries during the reference 
            time (phyDrvRefTime).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvHardReadErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 5 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrRecvReadErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Recovered Read Errors Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of read errors corrected through
            physical drive retries during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime). 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvRecvReadErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 6 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrHardWriteErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Hard Write Errors Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of write errors that could not
            be recovered by a physical drive during the reference time
            (phyDrvRefTime). 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvHardWriteErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 7 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrRecvWriteErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Recovered Write Errors Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of write errors corrected through
            physical drive retries or recovered by a physical drive during the
            reference time (phyDrvRefTime).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvRecvWriteErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 8 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrHSeekErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Seek Errors Maximum Threshold (high).

            The cpqDaphyDrvThrHSeekErrs and the cpqDaphyDrvThrSeekErrs 
            together show the maximum threshold of total number of 
            times that the physical disk drive detected a seek error 
            during the reference hours (phyDrvRefHours).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvHSeekErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 9 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrSeekErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Seek Errors Maximum Threshold (low).

            The cpqDaphyDrvThrHSeekErrs and the cpqDaphyDrvThrSeekErrs 
            together show the maximum threshold of total number of times 
            that the physical disk drive detected a seek error during 
            the reference hours (phyDrvRefHours).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvSeekErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 10 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrSpinupTime OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spin up Time Maximum Threshold in tenths of seconds.

            This shows the maximum of time it takes for a physical drive to
            spin up to full speed.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvSpinupTime
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 11 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest1 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER 
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 1 Minimum Threshold.

            This provides the minimum threshold for information about a series 
            of tests that indicate how well a physical drive works. These 
            tests compare the way the physical drive currently operate
            when performing various tasks with the way it worked when it 
            was new. 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest1
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 12 }
                                 
     cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest2 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER 
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 2 Minimum Threshold.

            This provides the minimum threshold for information about a 
            series of tests that indicate how well a physical drive works. 
            These tests compare the way the physical drive currently 
            operates when performing various tasks with the way it worked 
            when it was new. 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest2
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 13 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest3 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER 
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 3 Minimum Threshold.

            This provides the minimum threshold for information about a 
            series of tests that indicate how well a physical drive works. 
            These tests compare the way the physical drive currently operates 
            when performing various tasks with the way it worked when it was 
            new. 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest3
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 14 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrDrqTimeouts OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "DRQ Timeouts Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times that a
            physical drive continued to request data, but did not get a
            command completion during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvDrqTimeouts
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 15 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrOtherTimeouts OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Other Timeouts Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times that a
            physical drive did not respond with an interrupt within a
            controller-defined period of time after a command had been
            issued during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime). 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvOtherTimeouts
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 16 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrSpinupRetries OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spin up Retries Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times that a
            physical drive had to retry to spin up before successfully 
            achieving operating speed during the reference time 
            (phyDrvRefTime).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvSpinupRetries
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 17 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrBadRecvReads OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Recovery Failed (Bad) Read Error Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times a read
            error occurred while performing Automatic Data Recovery from
            this physical drive to another drive during the reference time
            (phyDrvRefTime).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvBadRecvReads
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 18 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrBadRecvWrites OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Recovery Failed (Bad) Write Error Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times a write
            error occurred while performing Automatic Data Recovery from
            another drive to this physical drive during the reference time
            (phyDrvRefTime). 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvBadRecvWrites
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 19 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrFormatErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Format Error Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times a format
            operation failed when the controller attempted to remap a bad
            sector during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime). 

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvFormatErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 20 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrPostErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Power On Self Test (Post) Error Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times that a
            physical drive failed its self test during the reference time
            (phyDrvRefTime).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvPostErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 21 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrNotReadyErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Drive Not Ready Errors Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times the 
            physical drive failed after the spin up command was issued 
            during the reference time (phyDrvRefTime).  When the spin up
            command was issued, the drive failed to reach its ready
            state.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvNotReadyErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 22 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrReallocAborts OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Reallocation Aborts Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times the
            physical drive has failed due to an error that occurred when
            the controller was trying to reallocate a bad sector during
            the reference time (phyDrvRefTime).

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvReallocAborts
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 23 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrHotPlugs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Hot Plug Count Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times this
            physical drive can be hot-plugged (removed) from a Compaq 
            ProLiant Storage System.  This is not supported by the IDA,
            IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvHotPlugs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 24 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrMediaErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Media Failure Count Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times this
            physical drive can be failed due to unrecoverable media errors.
            This is not supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 
            controllers.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvMediaErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 25 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrHardwareErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Hardware Error Count Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times this
            physical drive can return a bad hardware status.  The drive may
            be failed if retries do not work.  This is not supported by the 
            IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvHardwareErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 26 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrAbortedCmds OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Aborted Command Failures Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times this
            physical drive can be failed due to aborted commands that could
            not be retried successfully.  This is not supported by the IDA,
            IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvAbortedCmds
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 27 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrSpinUpErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Spin-Up Failure Count Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times this
            physical drive was failed due to a failure of a spin-up command.
            This is not supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 
            controllers.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvSpinUpErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 28 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrBadTargetErrs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Bad Target Count Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times this
            physical drive can perform some action that did not conform to
            the SCSI-2 bus protocol. These actions will cause the SCSI bus
            to be reset. This is not supported by the IDA, IDA Expansion,
            or IDA-2 controllers.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvBadTargetErrs
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 29 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrViUsedReallocs OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            false(1),
            true(2)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Used Reallocated Sectors Threshold Has Been Violated.

            This is used to indicate whether the number of used sectors of 
            the reallocation area for a physical drive has ever exceeded 
            the maximum allowable threshold.

            The valid values are:

            false (1)   
              Indicates that the Used Reallocated Sectors object 
              (cpqDaPhyDrvUsedReallocs) value has not exceeded
              the maximum threshold (cpqDaPhyDrvThrUsedReallocs).

            true (2)  
              Indicates that the Used Reallocated Sectors object
              (cpqDaPhyDrvUsedReallocs) value has exceeded
              the maximum threshold (cpqDaPhyDrvThrUsedReallocs)."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 30 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrViSpinupTime OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            false(1),
            true(2)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spin up Time in tenths of seconds Threshold Has Been Violated.

            This is used to indicate whether the time it took for a physical
            drive to spin up to full speed has ever exceeded the maximum
            allowable threshold.

            The valid values are:

            false (1) 
              Indicates that the Spin up Time object (cpqDaPhyDrvSpinupTime)
              value has not exceeded the maximum threshold 
              (cpqDaPhyDrvThrSpinupTime).

            true (2)   
              Indicates that the Spin up Time object (cpqDaPhyDrvSpinupTime) 
              value has exceeded the maximum threshold 
              (cpqDaPhyDrvThrSpinupTime)."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 31 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrViFunctTest1 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            false(1),
            true(2)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 1 Threshold Has Been Violated.

            This is used to indicate whether the percentage value returned
            from Functional Test 1 has every dropped below the allowable
            threshold for that test.

            The valid values are:

            false (1)   
              Indicates that the Functional Test 1 object 
              (cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest1) value has not fallen below the
              minimum threshold (cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest1).

            true (2)   
              Indicates that the Functional Test 1 object 
              (cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest1) value has fallen below
              the minimum threshold (cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest1)."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 32 }
                                 
     cpqDaPhyDrvThrViFunctTest2 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            false(1),
            true(2)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 2 Threshold Has Been Violated.

            This is used to indicate whether the percentage value returned
            from Functional Test 2 has every dropped below the allowable
            threshold for that test.

            The valid values are:

            false (1)  
              Indicates that the Functional Test 2 object 
              (cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest2) value has not fallen below
              the minimum threshold (cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest2).

            true (2)   
              Indicates that the Functional Test 2 object 
              (cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest2) value has fallen below
              the minimum threshold (cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest2)."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 33 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrViFunctTest3 OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        {
            false(1),
            true(2)
        }
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Functional Test 3 Threshold Has Been Violated.

            This is used to indicate whether the percentage value returned
            from Functional Test 3 has every dropped below the allowable
            threshold for that test.

            The valid values are:

            false (1)   
              Indicates that the Functional Test 3 object
              (cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest3) value has not fallen below
              the minimum threshold (cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest3).

            true (2)    
              Indicates that the Functional Test 3 object
              (cpqDaPhyDrvFunctTest3) value has fallen below
              the minimum threshold (cpqDaPhyDrvThrFunctTest3)."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 34 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrBusFaults OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Bus Fault Count Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times this
            physical drive can return a bus fault status. The drive may
            be failed if retries do not work.  This is not supported by the 
            IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvBusFaults
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 35 }

     cpqDaPhyDrvThrIrqDeglitches OBJECT-TYPE
        SYNTAX  INTEGER
        ACCESS  read-only
        STATUS  mandatory
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive IRQ Deglitch Count Maximum Threshold.

            This shows the maximum threshold of the number of times this
            physical drive can return a IRQ deglitch status. The drive may
            be failed if retries do not work.  This is not supported by the 
            IDA, IDA Expansion, or IDA-2 controllers.

            This threshold is associated with the cpqDaPhyDrvIrqDeglitches
            object in the Physical Drive Table."
        ::= { cpqDaPhyDrvThrEntry 36 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Trap Group
--    ========================
--
-- The compaq enterprise      (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group   (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaTrap Group      (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.3)  (deprecated)
--
--      The trap group maintains information about the number of traps issued
--      from the driveArray enterprise.  The trap group also maintains a
--      table of the last several traps issued.  This table is intended to
--      give a management application some recent status information
--      immediately upon accessing the agent.
--
--      Implementation of the cpqDaTrap group is optional for agents that
--      support the Compaq Drive Array MIB.
--
-- ****************************************************************************

        cpqDaTrapPkts OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  Counter
            ACCESS  read-only
            STATUS  deprecated
            DESCRIPTION
                "The total number of trap packets issued by the drive array
                enterprise since the instrument agent was loaded."
            ::= { cpqDaTrap 1 }

        cpqDaTrapLogMaxSize OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..2147483647)
            ACCESS  read-only
            STATUS  deprecated
            DESCRIPTION
                "The maximum number of entries that will currently be kept in 
                the trap log.  If the maximum size has been reached and a new
                trap occurs the oldest trap will be removed."
            ::= { cpqDaTrap 2 }

-- ****************************************************************************
--    Drive Array Trap Log Group
--    ==========================
--
-- The compaq enterprise      (1.3.6.1.4.1.232)
--      cpqDriveArray Group   (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3)
--       cpqDaTrap Group      (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.3)
--        cpqDaTrapLogTable   (1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3.3.3)    (deprecated)
--
-- ****************************************************************************


        cpqDaTrapLogTable OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  SEQUENCE OF CpqDaTrapLogEntry
            ACCESS  not-accessible
            STATUS  deprecated
            DESCRIPTION
                "An ordered list of trap log entries (conceptually a queue).
                
                The trap log entries will be kept in the order in which they 
                were generated with the most recent trap at index 1 and the 
                oldest trap entry at index trapLogMaxSize.  If the maximum 
                number size has been reached and a new trap occurs the oldest 
                trap will be removed when the new trap is added so the 
                trapMaxLogSize is not exceeded."
            ::= { cpqDaTrap 3 }

        cpqDaTrapLogEntry OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  CpqDaTrapLogEntry
            ACCESS  not-accessible
            STATUS  deprecated
            DESCRIPTION
                "A description of a trap event."
            INDEX   { cpqDaTrapLogIndex }
            ::= { cpqDaTrapLogTable 1 }

        CpqDaTrapLogEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
            cpqDaTrapLogIndex        INTEGER,
            cpqDaTrapType            INTEGER,
            cpqDaTrapTime            OCTET STRING
        }

        cpqDaTrapLogIndex OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  INTEGER (0..2147483647)
            ACCESS  read-only
            STATUS  deprecated
            DESCRIPTION
                "This value uniquely identifies this trapLogEntry at this time.

                The most recent trap will have an index of 1 and the oldest 
                trap will have an index of trapLogMaxSize.  Because of the 
                queue-like nature of the trapLog this particular trap 
                event's index will change as new traps are issued."
            ::= { cpqDaTrapLogEntry 1 }

        cpqDaTrapType OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                    cpqDaLogDrvStatusChange(1),
                    cpqDaSpareStatusChange(2),
                    cpqDaPhyDrvStatusChange(3),
                    cpqDaPhyDrvThreshExceededTrap(4),
                    cpqDaAccelStatusChange(5),
                    cpqDaAccelBadDataTrap(6),
                    cpqDaAccelBatteryFailed(7),
                    cpqDa2LogDrvStatusChange(3001),
                    cpqDa2SpareStatusChange(3002),
                    cpqDa2PhyDrvStatusChange(3003),
                    cpqDa2PhyDrvThreshExceededTrap(3004),
                    cpqDa2AccelStatusChange(3005),
                    cpqDa2AccelBadDataTrap(3006),
                    cpqDa2AccelBatteryFailed(3007)
                }
            ACCESS  read-only
            STATUS  deprecated
            DESCRIPTION
                "The type of the trap event that this entry describes.
                
                This number refers to an entry in a list of traps enumerating
                the possible traps the Drive Array agent may issue."
            ::= { cpqDaTrapLogEntry 2 }

        cpqDaTrapTime OBJECT-TYPE
            SYNTAX  OCTET STRING (SIZE (6))
            ACCESS  read-only
            STATUS  deprecated
            DESCRIPTION
                "The time of the trap event that this entry describes.
                
                The time is given in year (first octet), month, day of month,
                hour, minute, second (last octet) order.  Each octet gives 
                the value in BCD."
            ::= { cpqDaTrapLogEntry 3 }

-- **************************************************************************
--  Compaq Drive Array Trap Definitions
--  ===================================
--
-- Trap support in an Insight Agent implementation is optional.  An Insight
-- Agent implementation may support all, some, or none of the traps.
--
-- **************************************************************************

    cpqDaLogDrvStatusChange TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE cpqDriveArray
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaLogDrvStatus }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Logical Drive Status Change.  

            This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
            change in the status of a Compaq Drive Array logical drive.
            The variable cpqDaLogDrvStatus indicates the current logical
            drive status."

        --#TYPE "Logical Drive Status Change"
        --#SUMMARY "Status is now %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 1
          
    cpqDaSpareStatusChange TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE cpqDriveArray
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaSpareStatus, cpqDaSpareBusNumber }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spare Drive Status Change.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             change in the status of a Compaq Drive Array spare drive.
             The variable cpqDaSpareStatus indicates the current spare
             drive status.  The variable cpqDaSpareBusNumber indicates
             the SCSI bus number associated with this drive."

        --#TYPE "Spare Drive Status Change"
        --#SUMMARY "Status is now %d for a spare on bus %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0,1}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 2
 
    cpqDaPhyDrvStatusChange TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE cpqDriveArray
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaPhyDrvStatus, cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Status Change.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected
             a change in the status of a Compaq Drive Array physical
             drive.  The variable cpaDaPhyDrvStatus indicates the
             current physical drive status.  The variable
             cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber indicates the SCSI bus number
             associated with this drive."

        --#TYPE "Physical Drive Status Change"
        --#SUMMARY "Status is now %d for a physical drive on bus %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0,1}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 3
 
    cpqDaPhyDrvThreshPassedTrap TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE cpqDriveArray
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaPhyDrvThreshPassed, cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Threshold Passed.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             factory threshold associated with one of the physical drive
             objects on a Compaq Drive Array has been exceeded.  The
             variable cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber indicates the SCSI bus number
             associated with the drive."

        --#TYPE "Physical Drive Threshold Passed"
        --#SUMMARY "Factory threshold passed for a physical on bus %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {1}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 4
 
    cpqDaAccelStatusChange TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE cpqDriveArray
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaAccelStatus }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Accelerator Board Status Change.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             change in the cpqDaAccelStatus of a Compaq 4MB Array
             Accelerator Write Cache.  The current status is represented
             by the variable cpqDaAccelStatus."

        --#TYPE "Accelerator Board Status Change"
        --#SUMMARY "Status is now %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 5
          
    cpqDaAccelBadDataTrap TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE cpqDriveArray
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaAccelBadData }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Accelerator Board Bad Data.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             Compaq 4MB Array Accelerator Write Cache Board that has
             lost battery power.  If data was being stored in the
             accelerator memory when the server lost power, that data
             has been lost."

        --#TYPE "Accelerator Board Bad Data"
        --#SUMMARY "Accelerator lost battery power.  Data Loss possible."
        --#ARGUMENTS {}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 6
          
    cpqDaAccelBatteryFailed TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE cpqDriveArray
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaAccelBattery }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Accelerator Board Battery Failed.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             battery failure associated with the Compaq 4MB Array
             Accelerator Write Cache Board.  The current battery status
             is indicated by the cpqDaAccelBattery variable."

        --#TYPE "Accelerator Board Battery Failed"
        --#SUMMARY "Battery failed.  Status (%d)."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 7

    cpqDa2LogDrvStatusChange TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE compaq
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaLogDrvStatus }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Logical Drive Status Change.  

            This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
            change in the status of a Compaq Drive Array logical drive.
            The variable cpqDaLogDrvStatus indicates the current logical
            drive status."

        --#TYPE "Logical Drive Status Change"
        --#SUMMARY "Status is now %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 3001
          
    cpqDa2SpareStatusChange TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE compaq
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaSpareStatus, cpqDaSpareBusNumber }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Spare Drive Status Change.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             change in the status of a Compaq Drive Array spare drive.
             The variable cpqDaSpareStatus indicates the current spare
             drive status.  The variable cpqDaSpareBusNumber indicates
             the SCSI bus number associated with this drive."

        --#TYPE "Spare Drive Status Change"
        --#SUMMARY "Spare Status is now %d on bus %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0,1}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 3002
 
    cpqDa2PhyDrvStatusChange TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE compaq
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaPhyDrvStatus, cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Status Change.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected
             a change in the status of a Compaq Drive Array physical
             drive.  The variable cpaDaPhyDrvStatus indicates the
             current physical drive status.  The variable
             cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber indicates the SCSI bus number
             associated with this drive."

        --#TYPE "Physical Drive Status Change"
        --#SUMMARY "Status is now %d for a physical drive on bus %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0,1}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 3003
 
    cpqDa2PhyDrvThreshPassedTrap TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE compaq
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaPhyDrvThreshPassed, cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Physical Drive Threshold Passed.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             factory threshold associated with one of the physical drive
             objects on a Compaq Drive Array has been exceeded.  The
             variable cpqDaPhyDrvBusNumber indicates the SCSI bus number
             associated with the drive."

        --#TYPE "Physical Drive Threshold Passed"
        --#SUMMARY "Factory threshold passed for a physical on bus %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {1}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 3004
 
    cpqDa2AccelStatusChange TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE compaq
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaAccelStatus }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Accelerator Board Status Change.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             change in the cpqDaAccelStatus of a Compaq 4MB Array
             Accelerator Write Cache.  The current status is represented
             by the variable cpqDaAccelStatus."

        --#TYPE "Accelerator Board Status Change"
        --#SUMMARY "Status is now %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 3005
          
    cpqDa2AccelBadDataTrap TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE compaq
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaAccelBadData }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Accelerator Board Bad Data.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             Compaq 4MB Array Accelerator Write Cache Board that has
             lost battery power.  If data was being stored in the
             accelerator memory when the server lost power, that data
             has been lost."

        --#TYPE "Accelerator Board Bad Data"
        --#SUMMARY "Accelerator lost battery power.  Data Loss possible."
        --#ARGUMENTS {}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 3006
          
    cpqDa2AccelBatteryFailed TRAP-TYPE
        ENTERPRISE compaq
        VARIABLES  { cpqDaAccelBattery }
        DESCRIPTION
            "Accelerator Board Battery Failed.  

             This trap signifies that the Insight Agent has detected a
             battery failure associated with the Compaq 4MB Array
             Accelerator Write Cache Board.  The current battery status
             is indicated by the cpqDaAccelBattery variable."

        --#TYPE "Accelerator Board Battery Failed"
        --#SUMMARY "Battery status is %d."
        --#ARGUMENTS {0}
        --#SEVERITY CRITICAL
        --#TIMEINDEX 99

        ::= 3007
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