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Equallogic SAN Cache Battery

Posted on 2011-02-14
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We have an Equallogic SAN that reported the following:

Cache battery has been successfully recharged on control module 0.

My question is, how was this discharged? There are no other events in the logs that relate to this message. Is this just an informational message that the SAN will spit out from time to time or is there a potential problem?
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It seems only an acknowledgment of charging the battery, checking on the site it does not appear
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/software/svradmin/5.1/en/messages/html/msgch40.htm

I hope I can be of help
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We have confirmed this to be normal through our Dell rep. Thanks for your help -MYFOX-
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