server alert on dell poweredge T605

Hi Experts,

  I have vmware esx server 3i, 3.5.0, 123629 running on this dell T605 server and under configuration/status i'm getting a red alert. please see screen shot for details.
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frankbustosSystems AdministratorAsked:
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faraazsidCommented:
Could you please confirm the warning events and post the description for the storage component
Luciano PatrãoICT Senior Infraestructure  Engineer  Commented:
Hi

First dont use image with bmp files, there are big, use giff or jpeg that is smaller.

If you expand the first you get any more information? And you have a yellow warning.

Check this and try to use the Dell tools to check you where is the problem(in hardware)

http://searchvmware.techtarget.com/tip/0,289483,sid179_gci1318945_mem1,00.html

Jail
frankbustosSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
when I expand the STORAGE...i do see two warning lights "orange" RAID5 Vistual Disk 0 Logical Volume 0 on controller 0, drives - DEGRAGED and the same error for disk 1. So maybe that is why I have that red status alert?
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Luciano PatrãoICT Senior Infraestructure  Engineer  Commented:
Hi

Yes maybe, if you look at the disks(locally) do you see any red lights?? Don't know if this server have this on the disks. When they have a problem, they have a red light.

But try to use some of the Dell tools to check the system(CPU, Memory, and Storage). This is the best to check really the health of your server.

Jail
coolsport00Commented:
The warning isn't coming from the resource with the yellow light...if you expand through your hardware, you'll find the red warning for the specific hardware. Do you have OpenManage? It is a SNMP hardware monitoring tool you can install within ESX/ESXi. If you do have a disk that is bad or 'going bad', OpenManage should be able to show you that. As mentioned by BestWay above, as FYI, certainly use a different img format. PNG is actually best. Thanks :)

Hope that helps.

Regards,
~coolsport00

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frankbustosSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
thanks for your support!
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