%C6KENV-SP-4-MINORTEMPALARM: [chars] has exceeded normal operating temperature range.
This means that the normal operating temperature range has been exceeded. This message can indicate a trend for the module or component, and also a trend for other components in the system.
In the previous message, the [chars] can consist this information:
EARL 8/0 inlet temperature crossed threshold #1(=45C)
Module [num] outlet temperature crossed threshold #1(=60C)
where, EARL is an ASIC in the module
Inspect the indicated module or component closely to determine why it operates out of normal operating temperature range and determine whether it eventually exceeds the allowed operating temperature range. Verify that air flow to the device is not blocked and that the fan is operational.
If this is an one time alarm event, you can safely ignore.
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