ORLM: Object Rules Met

This message is generated when the object is successfully stored and copied as specified by the ILM rules.

Note: The ORLM message is not generated when an object is successfully stored by the default Make 2 Copies rule if another rule in the policy uses the Object Size advanced filter.
Code Field Description
CBID Content Block Identifier The CBID of the object.
FSIZ File size The size of the object in bytes.
LOCS Locations The storage location of object data within the StorageGRID system. The value for LOCS is “” if the object has no locations (for example, it has been deleted).

CLEC: for erasure-coded objects, the erasure coding profile ID and the erasure coding group ID that is applied to the object’s data.

CLDI: for replicated objects, the LDR node ID and the volume ID of the object's location.

CLNL: ARC node ID of the object’s location if the object data is archived.

PATH S3 Bucket/Key or Swift Container/Object ID The S3 bucket name and S3 key name, or the Swift container name and Swift object identifier.
RSLT Result The result of the ILM operation.

SUCS: The ILM operation was successful.

RULE Rules Label The human-readable label given to the ILM rule applied to this object.
SEGC Container UUID UUID of the container for the segmented object. This value is available only if the object is segmented.
SGCB Container CBID CBID of the container for the segmented object. This value is available only if the object is segmented.
SPAR Security Partition ID Always returns zero. This field is deprecated, and will be removed in a future release.
STAT Status The status of ILM operation.

DONE: ILM operations against the object have completed.

DFER: The object has been marked for future ILM re-evaluation.

PRGD: The object has been deleted from the StorageGRID system.

NLOC: The object data can no longer be found in the StorageGRID system. This status might indicate that all copies of object data are missing or damaged.

UUID Universally Unique Identifier The identifier of the object within the StorageGRID system.
The ORLM audit message can be issued a number of times for a single object. For instance, it is issued whenever one of the following events take place: