Martin said:The first value (100) is the actual value of the parameter, second (16) is the minimum threshold which when crossed (below) means a failure. And the last value (100) is the worst value of the parameter during lifetime.
Martin said:No, it means that this parameter is OK and never experienced a problem. It was always 100 and never reached a low value (worst 100).
It the value would go below 16 it would be a failure.
Martin said:Imagine it like a value as percentage. The parameter reports 100% health and the worst value ever was 100% as well. If it would go down to 16% then it would be a failure.