system node autosupport trigger modify

Modify AutoSupport trigger configuration

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

Use the system node autosupport trigger modify command to enable and disable AutoSupport messages for individual triggers, and to specify additional subsystem reports to include if an individual trigger sends an AutoSupport message.

Parameters

-node {<nodename>|local} - Node
Use this parameter to specify the node whose AutoSupport trigger configuration is modified.
-autosupport-message <Autosupport Message> - EMS Message
Use this parameter to specify the AutoSupport trigger to modify. AutoSupport triggers are EMS messages whose names begin with "callhome.". However, for the purposes of this command, "callhome." is implied, does not need to be entered, and will not be displayed in command output.
[-to {enabled|disabled}] - Deliver to AutoSupport -to Addresses
Use this parameter with the value "enabled" to enable sending AutoSupport messages to the configured "to" addresses.
[-noteto {enabled|disabled}] - (DEPRECATED) Deliver to AutoSupport -noteto Addresses
Note: This parameter has been deprecated and might be removed in a future version of Data ONTAP.
Use this parameter with the value "enabled" to enable sending short notes to the configured "noteto" addresses.
[-basic-additional <subsys1,subsys2,...>, ...] - Additional Subsystems Reporting Basic Info
Use this parameter to include basic content from the additional subsystems you specify. Content is collected from these subsystems in addition to the default list of subsystems.
[-troubleshooting-additional <subsys1,subsys2,...>, ...] - Additional Subsystems Reporting Troubleshooting Info
Use this parameter to include troubleshooting content from the additional subsystems you specify. Content is collected from these subsystems in addition to the default list of subsystems.
[-suppress {true|false}] - Suppress all occurrences of this trigger
Use this parameter with the value "true" to suppress the collection when the AutoSupport message is triggered.

Examples

The following example enables messages to the configured "to" addresses from the battery.low trigger on the node node1.
cluster1::> system node autosupport trigger modify -node node1 -autosupport-message battery.low -to enabled