SNMP OID List for iLO4

I made a template for Zabbix today to monitor iLO 4 on the HP DL380p G8 server and had to investigate several OIDs.

You can check the OID from Linux with the command:
snmpwalk -c КОМЬЮНИТИ -v 2c OID

Below is a list and description for OID coolers, processors, temperature sensors, logical drives (RAID), hard disks, network controller iLO, RAM.

. (Fan Index)
. (Fan Locale (1=other, 2=unknown, 3=system, 4=systemBoard, 5=ioBoard, 6=cpu, 7=memory, 8=storage, 9=removable media, 10=power supply, 11=ambent, 12=chassis, 13=bridge card, 14=management board, 15=backplane, 16=network slot, 17=blade slot, 18=virtual)
. (Fan Present (1=other, 2=absent, 3=present)
. (Fan Present (1=other, 2=tachOutput, 3=spinDetect)
. (Fan Speed (1=other, 2=normal, 3=high)
. (Fan Condition (1=other, 2=ok, 3=degraded, 4=failed)

. (Temperature Sensor Index)
. (Temperature Sensor Locale (1=other, 2=unknown, 3=system, 4=systemBoard, 5=ioBoard, 6=cpu, 7=memory, 8=storage, 9=removable media, 10=power supply, 11=ambent, 12=chassis, 13=bridge card)
. (Threshold Type (1=other, 5=blowout, 9=caution, 15=critical, 16=noreaction)
. (Temperature Celsius)
. (TemperatureThreshold)
. (TemperatureCondition)

. (CPU Index)
. (CPU Name)
. (CPU Speed in MHz)
. (CPU Step)
. (CPU status (1=unknown, 2=ok, 3=degraded, 4=failed, 5=disabled)
. (Number of enabled CPU cores)
. (Number of available CPU threads)
. (CPU power status (1=unknown, 2=Low Powered, 3=Normal Powered, 4=High Powered)

Logical Drives:
. (Logical Drive Index)
. (Logical Drive Controller)
. (Logical Drive Fault Tolerance (1=other, 2=none, 3=RAID 1/RAID 1+0 (Mirroring), 4=RAID 4 (Data Guard), 5=RAID 5 (Distributed Data Guard), 7=RAID 6 (Advanced Data Guarding), 8=RAID 50, 9=RAID 60, 10=RAID 1 ADM (Advanced Data Mirroring), 11=RAID 10 ADM (Advanced Data Mirroring with Striping))
. (Logical Drive Size in Mb)
. (Logical Drive Status (1=other, 2=ok, 3=Failed, 4=Unconfigured, 5=Recovering, 6=Ready Rebuild, 7=Rebuilding, 8=Wrong Drive, 9=Bad Connect, 10=Overheating, 11=Shutdown, 12=Expanding, 13=Not Available, 14=Queued For Expansion, 15=Multi-path Access Degraded, 16=Erasing, 17=Predictive Spare Rebuild Ready, 18=Rapid Parity Initialization In Progress, 19=Rapid Parity Initialization Pending, 20=No Access – Encrypted with No Controller Key, 21=Unencrypted to Encrypted Transformation in Progress, 22=New Logical Drive Key Rekey in Progress, 23=No Access – Encrypted with Controller Encryption Not Enabled, 24=Unencrypted To Encrypted Transformation Not Started, 25=New Logical Drive Key Rekey Request Received)
. (Logical Drive Condition (1=other, 2=ok, 3=degraded, 4=failed)

. (Drive Index)
. (Drive Bay)
. (Drive Location)
. (Drive Vendor)
. (Drive Serial Number)
. (Drive Size in Mb)
. (Drive Link Rate (1=other, 2=1.5Gbps, 3=3.0Gbps, 4=6.0Gbps, 5=12.0Gbps))
. (Drive Current Temperature)
. (Drive Temperature Threshold)
. (Drive Maximum Temperature)
. (Drive Status (1=Other, 2=Ok, 3=Failed, 4=Predictive Failure, 5=Erasing, 6=Erase Done, 7=Erase Queued, 8=SSD Wear Out, 9=Not Authenticated)
. (Drive Condition (1=other, 2=ok, 3=degraded, 4=failed)
. (Drive Reference Time in hours)

. (iLO location)
. (iLO NIC model)
. (iLO NIC IPv4)
. (iLO NIC speed)
. (Tx bytes)
. (Tx packets)
. (Tx discard packets)
. (Tx error packets)
. (Rx bytes)
. (Rx packets)
. (Rx discard packets)
. (Rx error packets)
. (Rx unknown packets)

. (Memory Index)
. (Location)
. (Manufacturer)
. (Part Number)
. (Size in Kbytes)
. (Memory Technology)
. (Memory Type)
. (Memory status (1=other, 2=notPresent, 3=present, 4=good, 5=add, 6=upgrade, 7=missing, 8=doesNotMatch, 9=notSupported, 10=badConfig, 11=degraded, 12=spare, 13=partial)
. (Memory condition (1=other, 2=ok, 3=degraded, 4=degradedModuleIndexUnknown)

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