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DISCRETE AVAILABILITY

This tells the current availability state of the device. Valid values are: 00h - transition to running 01h - transition to in test 02h - transition to power off 03h - transition to on line 04h - transition to off line 05h - transition to off duty 06h - transition to degraded 07h - transition to power save 08h - install error

DISCRETE REDUNDANCY

This shows the redundancy state of an entity. Valid values are: 00h - Fully redundant, the entity has full redundancy. 01h - Redundancy lost, this is reported if redundancy has been lost at all. 02h - Redundance degraded, the system is still redundant but is miss- ing some resources (like the system has four fans and only two are running). 03h - Transition from fully redundant to non-redundant: sufficient resource. The entity has lost redundancy but has sufficient re- sources to continue normal operation. 04h - Transition from non-redundant:sufficient resources to non- redundant:insufficient resource. The entity has lost enough re- sources to continue normal operation. 05h - Transition from fully redundant to non-redundant: sufficient resource. The entity has lost redundancy but has sufficient re- sources to continue normal operation. 06h - Non-redundant:insufficient resources. entity has lost redun- dancy and lost enough resources to continue normal operation. 07h - Transition from redundant to redundancy degraded. The unit has lost some redundancy but is still redundant. 08h - Transition from redundancy lost to redundancy degraded. The entity had lost redundancy and has regained some redundancy, but is not fully redundant.

DISCRETE ACPI POWER

The current ACPI power state of the system. Valid values are: 00h - D0 power state 01h - D1 power state 02h - D2 power state 03h - D3 power state

SENSOR SPECIFIC

This setting means that the offsets in the sensor are dependent on the sensor type. This is only for discrete sensors.

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CHAPTER 8. SENSORS

Note that for some operations, threshold sensors and discrete sensor have different functions, and some

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