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Overview of Alarms and Events

Updated at: Mar 25, 2021 GMT+08:00

Alarms

Log in to FusionInsight Manager and choose O&M > Alarm > Alarms. Figure 1 is displayed. You can view alarm information reported by clusters in FusionInsight Manager, including the alarm name, ID, severity, and generation time. By default, the latest ten alarms are displayed on each page.

Figure 1 FusionInsight Manager alarm management

Detailed alarm parameters

Click on the left of a specified alarm to expand the alarm parameters. Table 1 describes the parameters.

Table 1 Alarm parameters

Alarm Parameter

Description

Alarm ID

Indicates the alarm ID.

Alarm Name

Indicates the alarm information name.

Alarm Severity

There are four levels: critical, major, minor, and warning.

Source

Cluster name.

Cleared

Indicates the time when an alarm is cleared. If the alarm is not cleared, -- is displayed.

Object

Indicates the services, processes, or modules that triggers an alarm.

Automatic Clearance

The alarm can be automatically cleared after the fault is rectified.

Alarm Status

Indicates the status of the alarm. Manually Cleared

Indicates the current alarm status, including automatic clearance, manual clearance, and uncleared.

Generated

Indicates the time when the alarm is generated

Alarm Cause

Indicates the possible cause of an alarm.

Serial Number

Indicates the number of alarms generated by the system.

Additional Information

Indicates the error information.

Location

Indicates the detailed information for locating the alarm, which includes the following:

  • Source: identifies the cluster for which the alarm is generated.
  • ServiceName: identifies the service for which the alarm is generated.
  • RoleName: identifies the role for which the alarm is generated.
  • HostName: identifies the host for which the alarm is generated.

Manage Alarms:

  • Click Export All to export all alarm details.
  • If multiple alarms have been handled, you can select one or more alarms to be cleared and click Clear Alarm to clear the alarms in batches. A maximum of 300 alarms can be cleared in each batch.
  • Click to manually refresh the current page. Click to filter alarms displayed on the page.
  • You are allowed to filter specified alarms by object or cluster.
  • Click Advanced Search. An area where you can search for alarms is displayed. You can search for alarms by alarm ID, alarm name, alarm type, start time, and end time. Click Search to display filtered alarms. After you click Advanced Search again, the number of entered search criteria is displayed.
  • You can click Clear, Masking, or Help to perform corresponding operations on an alarm.
  • If there are a large number of alarms, you can click View by Category. The system classifies uncleared alarms by alarm ID. After the alarm is classified, click the number of uncleared alarms next to the alarm name to view the alarm details.

Events

Log in to FusionInsight Manager and choose O&M > Alarm > Events. On the displayed page, you can view the information about all events in the cluster, including the alarm name, ID, severity, generation time, object, and location. By default, the latest 10 events are displayed on each page.

Figure 2 FusionInsight Manager event management

Click on the left of a specified event. The related event parameters are displayed, as shown in Table 2.

Table 2 Event parameters

Parameter

Description

Event ID

Indicates the event ID.

Event Name

Indicates the event name.

Severity

Indicates the event severity. There are four levels: Critical, major, minor, and warning.

Generated

Indicates the time when an event occurs.

Object

Indicates the possible cause of an event.

Serial Number

Indicates the number of events generated in the system.

Location

Indicates the detailed information for locating the event, which includes the following:

  • Source: identifies the cluster for which the event is generated.
  • ServiceName: identifies the service for which the event is generated.
  • RoleName: identifies the role for which the event is generated.
  • HostName: identifies the host for which the event is generated.

Additional Information

Indicates the error information.

Event Cause

Indicates the possible cause of an event.

Source

Cluster name.

Manage Events:

  • Click Export All to export all event details.
  • Click to manually refresh the current page. Click to filter events displayed on the page.
  • You are allowed to filter specified events by object or cluster.
  • Click Advanced Search. An area where you can search for events is displayed. You can search for events by event ID, severity, event name, start time, and end time.

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