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Object Name OID Type Access Info
                 nv6saTrapNum counter read-only
Number of IBM enterprise specific traps generated by this node.
                 nv6saTrapThrottleCount counter read-only
Number of traps throttled since last trap.
                 nv6saTrapThrottleId integer read-only
Trap ID of throttled traps. All throttled traps counted by nv6saTrapThrottleCount have this ID.
                 nv6saTrapThrottleTime integer read-only
Number of seconds which must separate consecutive traps with identical ID and resource name in order to not throttle them. If the value of this object is 0, then trap throttling is inactive.
                 nv6saIcmpEchoReq integer read-only
The number of milliseconds it takes for an icmp echo request to respond. nv6saIcmpEchoReq is -1 if there is an internal error, -2 if the echo request timed out, -3 if the echo reply is not the correct reply, -4 if the packet size is too large, and -5 if the timeout is invalid. To request the icmp response time for ip address a.b.c.d with a timeout of e and a packet size of f, send a GET request for nv6saIcmpEchoReq.f.e.a.b.c.d. For example, suppose one wanted to find out the number of milliseconds it took to ping, with a timeout of 8, and packet size of 75. Accordingly, GET of nv6saIcmpEchoReq. would return the number of milliseconds.
                 nv6saFileSystemMounted gauge read-only
The number of file systems mounted.
                 nv6saComputerSystemLoad gauge read-only
The cpu load as a percentage i.e. 25% is 2500.