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Object Name OID Type Access Info
Characteristics of the raid information
               raidTable no-access
Synology raid table
                   raidEntry no-access
For all raid entry
                       raidIndex integer32 no-access
The index of raid table
                       raidName octet string read-only
Synology raid name The name of each raid will be showed here.
                       raidStatus integer32 read-only
Synology Raid status Each meanings of status represented describe below. Normal(1): The raid functions normally. Degrade(11): Degrade happens when a tolerable failure of disk(s) occurs. Crashed(12): Raid has crashed and just uses for read-only operation. Note: Other status will be showed when creating or deleting raids, including below status, Repairing(2), Migrating(3), Expanding(4), Deleting(5), Creating(6), RaidSyncing(7), RaidParityChecking(8), RaidAssembling(9) and Canceling(10).
The compliance statement for synoRaid entities which implement the SYNOLOGY RAID MIB.
A collection of objects providing basic instrumentation and control of an synology raid entity.