Management station events

Contributors

Management station events provide you with information about the status of server on which Unified Manager is installed so that you can monitor for potential problems. Events are grouped by impact area and include the event and trap name, impact level, source type, and severity.

Impact area: configuration

Event name (Trap name) Impact level Source type Severity

Management Server Disk Space Nearly Full(ocumEvtUnifiedManagerDiskSpaceNearlyFull)

Risk

Management station

Warning

Management Server Disk Space Full(ocumEvtUnifiedManagerDiskSpaceFull)

Incident

Management station

Critical

Management Server Low On Memory(ocumEvtUnifiedManagerMemoryLow)

Risk

Management station

Warning

Management Server Almost Out Of Memory(ocumEvtUnifiedManagerMemoryAlmostOut)

Incident

Management station

Critical

MySQL Log File Size Increased; Restart Required(ocumEvtMysqlLogFileSizeWarning)

Incident

Management station

Warning

Total Audit Log Size Allocation is About to Get Full

Risk

Management station

Warning

Syslog Server Certificate About to Expire

Risk

Management station

Warning

Syslog Server Certificate Expired

Risk

Management station

Error

Audit Log File Tampered

Risk

Management station

Warning

Audit Log File Deleted

Risk

Management station

Warning

Syslog Server Connection Error

Risk

Management station

Error

Syslog Server Configuration Changed

Event

Management station

Warning

Impact area: performance

Event name (Trap name) Impact level Source type Severity

Performance Data Analysis Is Impacted(ocumEvtUnifiedManagerDataMissingAnalyze)

Risk

Management station

Warning

Performance Data Collection Is Impacted(ocumEvtUnifiedManagerDataMissingCollection)

Incident

Management station

Critical

Note

These last two performance events were available for Unified Manager 7.2 only. If either of these events exist in the New state, and then you upgrade to a newer version of Unified Manager software, the events will not be purged automatically. You will need to move the events to the Resolved state manually.