How to identify a HDD is going to fail with IMC Powertools?
We have an environment with C240 M3s, and we are seeing a rise in HDD failures. We were able to have a Cisco TAC identify that there is a Storage Log entry which we can use to request a RMA on the HDD.
My issue now is, how do I go scan all of the stand alone rack servers, for this log entry? Sending syslog from the rack server might be a bit to difficult due to network limitation, so that option is out the door. Is there some way I can use IMC Powertools to obtain the storage log and then use powershell to scrape the log? Or is there a cmdlet that might give some kind of indication that a HDD is failing?
Create a CSV with the following for column headings..
vm1, Network Adapter 1, currentpg100, newportgroup100
vm2, Network Adapter 1, currentpg200, newportgroup200
vm2, Network Adapter 2, current...
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