Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Components and events for alert actions

The following table provides the events for which you can set alert actions. Components are listed in alphabetical order, except that warning events always precede failure events for a component.
Table 1. Valid Parameters Of Events for Alert Actions . Thsi table lists the valid parameters of events for alert actions
Event Name Description
event=batterywarn Sets actions when a battery probe detects a warning value.
event=batteryfail Sets actions when a battery probe detects a failure value.
event=fanwarn Sets actions when a fan probe detects a warning value.
event=fanfail Sets actions when a fan probe detects a failure value.
event=hardwarelogwarn Sets actions when a hardware log detects a warning value.
event=hardwarelogfull Sets actions when a hardware log is full.
event=intrusion Sets actions when a chassis intrusion event is detected.
event=memprefail Sets actions when a memory probe detects a prefailure value.
event=memfail Sets actions when a memory probe detects a failure value.
event=systempeakpower Sets actions when a power consumption probe detects peak power value.
event=systempowerwarn Sets actions when a power consumption probe detects a warning value.
event=systempowerfail Sets actions when a power consumption probe detects a failure value.
event=powersupply Sets actions when a power supply probe detects a failure value.
event=powersupplywarn Sets actions when a power supply probe detects a warning value.
event=processorwarn Sets actions when a processor probe detects a warning value.
event=processorfail Sets actions when a processor probe detects a failure value.
event=redundegrad Sets actions when a redundant component becomes inoperative, resulting in less than full redundancy for that component.
event=redunlost Sets actions when one or more redundant components become inoperative, resulting in a lost or a "no redundant components working" condition for that component.
event=tempwarn Sets actions when a temperature probe detects a warning value.
event=tempfail Sets actions when a temperature probe detects a failure value.
event=voltwarn Sets actions when a voltage probe detects a warning value.
event=voltfail Sets actions when a voltage probe detects a failure value.
event=watchdogasr Sets actions that Server Administrator performs on the next system startup after a watchdog Automatic System Recovery (ASR) is performed for a hung operating system.
event=removableflashmediapresent Sets actions that Server Administrator performs when the system detects a removable flash media.
event=removableflashmediaremoved Sets actions that Server Administrator performs when a removable flash media is removed.
event=removableflashmediafail Sets actions that Server Administrator performs when a removable flash media fails.
event=storagesyswarn Sets actions when a storage system detects a warning value.
event=storagesysfail Sets actions when a storage system detects a failure value.
event=storagectrlwarn Sets actions when a storage controller detects a warning value.
event=storagectrlfail Sets actions when a storage controller detects a failure value.
event=pdiskwarn Sets actions when a physical disk detects a warning value.
event=pdiskfail Sets actions when a physical disk detects a failure value.
event=vdiskwarn Sets actions when a virtual disk detects a warning value.
event=vdiskfail Sets actions when a virtual disk detects a failure value.
event=enclosurewarn Sets actions when an enclosure detects a warning value.
event=enclosurefail Sets actions when an enclosure detects a failure value.
event=storagectrlbatterywarn

Sets actions when a storage controller battery detects a warning value.

  • NOTE: This event is not available on blade systems.
event=storagectrlbatteryfail

Sets actions when a storage controller battery detects a failure value.

  • NOTE: This event is not available on blade systems.

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