For some reason, UCS Central is showing 7 major domain faults, all of which are like this:
Firstly, this doesn't even show *which* domain the error is in, but thankfully we only have two. Logging into UCS Manager for both domains, there are *no* major errors.
Secondly, I can't acknowledge them.
Can you attempt to refresh the inventory on the domain per:
Let me know if this assists in clearing those faults out.
Thanks for the reply. The document you've linked to lists:
Refresh inventory to recollect inventory data from registered Cisco UCS domain.
but doesn't actually give any information on how to do these. I can't find anywhere to refresh the inventory within the UCS Central GUI, and unfortunately I have no idea what a pmon state is, or where/how to access this CLI. On the server itself? A standalone tool? I run Windows and administer UCS with PowerShell so I'm unfamiliar with any other tools. Incidently, if I view the domains individually, they report as ok without any faults.
Here are instructions to do a manual refresh via CLI. You would need to SSH to the UCS Central IP address and login using admin credentials.
Doing manual refresh-inventory: UC211# connect resource-mgr
UC211(resource-mgr)# scope domain-mgmt UC211(resource-mgr) /domain-mgmt # show ucs-domain UC211(resource-mgr) /domain-mgmt # scope ucs-domain <domain id of your ucs domain from previous command> UC211(resource-mgr) /domain-mgmt/ucs-domain # refresh-inventory UC211(resource-mgr) /domain-mgmt/ucs-domain* # commit-buffer UC211(resource-mgr) /domain-mgmt/ucs-domain # exit