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LSI 9460 OID for optimal status and chip temp

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I am trying to setup monitoring for LSI raid cards. I would like help on figuring out which OID has the VD status, Chip Temp, and Alarm status.

I have the OID for BBU temp

.1.3.6.1.4.1.3582.4.1.4.1.6.2.1.16.0

and i am looking for the other 3.
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If you have the MIB file(s), you have the OID.   Just open up the MIB in a text editor and look for it within the file itself.
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I didnt know you could look at the file in a text editor thanks. I open it up and this is what i see;

voltage                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                      INTEGER
    ACCESS                      read-only
    STATUS                      optional
    DESCRIPTION                 "Accurate battery terminal voltage in mV, resolution of 1mV"
    ::= { bbuEntry 9 }
autoLearnPeriod                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                      INTEGER
    ACCESS                      read-only
    STATUS                      optional
    DESCRIPTION                 "Time (in seconds) between learn cycles (0 to disable auto learn)"
    ::= { bbuEntry 10 }
relStateOfCharge                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                      INTEGER(0..100)
    ACCESS                      read-only
    STATUS                      optional
    DESCRIPTION                 "Predicted remaining capacity expressed as % of FullChargeCapacity() (0-100). Value of -1 means not supported"
    ::= { bbuEntry 11 }
capacityRemain                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                      INTEGER
    ACCESS                      read-only
    STATUS                      optional
    DESCRIPTION                 "Predicted charge or energy remaining in the battery in joules"
    ::= { bbuEntry 12 }
runTimeToEmpty                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                      INTEGER
    ACCESS                      read-only
    STATUS                      optional
    DESCRIPTION                 "Relative gain or loss in remaining life in response to change in power policy represent in minute. Value of -1 means not supported"
    ::= { bbuEntry 13 }
avgTimeToFull                OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX                      INTEGER
    ACCESS                      read-only
    STATUS                      optional
    DESCRIPTION                 "One-minute rolling average of predicted remaining time to full charge. Value of -1 means not supported"
    ::= { bbuEntry 14 }

How do you turn this information into OID's i can use?

Is a there a program that deciphers?
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by:kassant7
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I didnt know you could read the raw files. Now i am able to find what i was looking for!
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google MIB editor, there is plenty of free stuff out there.
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