event config show
Display log configuration parameters
Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.
event config show command displays information about the configuration of event notification and event logging for the cluster.
"Mail From" is the email address that the event notification system uses as the "From" address for email notifications.
"Mail Server" is the name or IP address of the SMTP server that the event notification system uses to send email notification of events.
"Proxy URL" is the HTTP or HTTPS proxy server URL used by rest-api type EMS notification destinations if your organization uses a proxy.
"Proxy User Name" is the user name for the HTTP or HTTPS proxy server if authentication is required.
"Is Publish/Subscribe Messaging Enabled?" indicates whether or not events are published to the Publish/Subscribe messaging broker.
"Suppression" indicates whether event suppression algorithms are enabled ("on") or disabled ("off"). The event processing system implements several algorithms to throttle events.
|The suppression parameter can disable both autosuppression and duplicate suppression, but not timer suppression.|
"Console" indicates whether events are displayed on the console port ("on") or not displayed("off").
The following example displays the configuration of event notification for the cluster:
cluster1::> event config show Mail From: email@example.com Mail Server: mail.example.com Proxy URL: - Proxy User Name: - Publish/Subscribe Messaging Enabled: true
The following example displays the configuration of event notification with HTTP or HTTPS proxy:
cluster1::> event config show Mail From: firstname.lastname@example.org Mail Server: mail.example.com Proxy URL: http://proxy.example.com:3128 Proxy User Name: admin Publish/Subscribe Messaging Enabled: true