event catalog show

Display event definitions

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

Description

The event catalog show command displays information about events in the catalog. By default, this command displays the following information: To display detailed information about a specific event, run the command with the -message-name parameter, and specify the name of the event. The detailed view adds the following information:

You can specify additional parameters to limit output to the information that matches those parameters. For example, to display information only about events with an event name that begins with raid, enter the command with the -message-name raid* parameter. The parameter value can either be a specific text string or a wildcard pattern.

Alternatively, an event filter can also be specified to limit the output events.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
| [-instance ]}
If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-message-name <Message Name>] - Message Name
Selects the events that match this parameter value.
[-filter-name <text>] - Filter Name
Selects the events that match this parameter value. The parameter value indicates an existing filter name that, when applied permits the inclusion of the listed events.
[-severity {EMERGENCY|ALERT|ERROR|NOTICE|INFORMATIONAL|DEBUG}] - Severity
Selects the events that match this parameter value.
[-description <text>] - Description
Selects the events that match this parameter value.
[-action <text>] - Corrective Action
Selects the events that match this parameter value.
[-snmp-trap-type {Standard|Built-in|Severity-based}] - SNMP Trap Type
Selects the events that match this parameter value. The parameter value describes the type of SNMP trap associated with the event. The value can be one of the following: Standard trap type events are those defined in the RFCs. Built-in trap types are those that are NetApp Enterprise traps specific to events. The remaining events are considered to have Severity-based SNMP trap types.
[-deprecated {true|false}] - Is Deprecated
Selects the events that match this parameter value. The parameter value indicates whether the event is deprecated or not.
Note: Deprecated events may be removed in a future release of Data ONTAP.

Examples

The following example displays the event catalog:
cluster1::> event filter show -filter-name filter1
Filter Name Rule     Rule      Message Name           SNMP Trap Type  Severity
            Position Type
----------- -------- --------- ---------------------- --------------- --------
filter1
            1        include   zapi.*                 *               *
            2        exclude   *                      *               *
2 entries were displayed.

cluster1::> event catalog show -filter-name filter1
Message                          Severity         SNMP Trap Type
-------------------------------- ---------------- -----------------
zapi.killed                      NOTICE           Severity-based
zapi.method.notfound             NOTICE           Severity-based
zapi.sf.up.ready                 INFORMATIONAL    Severity-based
zapi.snapshot.success            NOTICE           Severity-based
zapi.streamout.noMethod          NOTICE           Severity-based
5 entries were displayed.

cluster1::> event catalog show -message-name zsm.* -filter-name filter1
There are no entries matching your query.

cluster1::> event catalog show -message-name zapi.* -filter-name filter1
Message                          Severity         SNMP Trap Type
-------------------------------- ---------------- -----------------
zapi.method.notfound             NOTICE           Severity-based
zapi.sf.up.ready                 INFORMATIONAL    Severity-based
zapi.snapshot.success            NOTICE           Severity-based
zapi.streamout.noMethod          NOTICE           Severity-based
4 entries were displayed.

cluster1::> event catalog show -message-name CR.*
Message                          Severity         SNMP Trap Type
-------------------------------- ---------------- -----------------
CR.Corrupt.Redir.Deleted         INFORMATIONAL    Severity-based
CR.Dangling.Redir.Deleted        INFORMATIONAL    Severity-based
CR.Data.File.Inaccessible        NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Del.Corrupt.Redir.Failed      NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Del.CrptStreamData.Fail       NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Del.CrptStreamRedir.Fail      NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Del.DangStreamData.Fail       NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Del.DangStreamRedir.Fail      NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Del.Dangling.Redir.Failed     NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Fix.Corrupt.Redir.Failed      NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Fix.Crpt.Data.Dir.Failed      INFORMATIONAL    Severity-based
CR.Fix.Crpt.Data.File.Failed     NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Fix.CrptStreamRedir.Fail      NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Fix.Dang.Data.File.Failed     NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Fix.Nlinks.Failed             NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Fix.TempFiles.Failed          INFORMATIONAL    Severity-based
CR.Max.Session.Exceed            INFORMATIONAL    Severity-based
CR.RDB.Counters.Not.Updated      INFORMATIONAL    Severity-based
CR.RDB.State.Not.Updated         NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Redir.File.Inaccessible       NOTICE           Severity-based
CR.Snapshot.Not.Deleted          NOTICE           Severity-based

Message                          Severity         SNMP Trap Type
-------------------------------- ---------------- -----------------
CR.Sync.ACL.Fail                 NOTICE           Severity-based
22 entries were displayed.

cluster1::> event catalog show -instance
...
...
     Message Name: Nblade.cifsEncSessAccessDenied
         Severity: ERROR
      Description: This message occurs when a client not capable of SMB encryption tries to establish a CIFS session that requires SMB encryption.
Corrective Action: Either ensure that the client is capable of SMB encryption or disable SMB encryption on the Vserver.
   SNMP Trap Type: Severity-based
    Is Deprecated: false

     Message Name: Nblade.cifsEncShrAccessDenied
         Severity: ERROR
      Description: This message occurs when a client not capable of SMB encryption tries to connect to a CIFS share that requires SMB encryption.
Corrective Action: Either ensure that the client is capable of SMB encryption or disable SMB encryption on the CIFS share.
   SNMP Trap Type: Severity-based
    Is Deprecated: false
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