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When does "monitor.globalStatus.xxx" get notified?

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ONTAP 9

Answer

  • xxx stands for one of the following choices:
    • NonRecoverable
    • Critical
    • NonCritical
    • OK
  • Except for monitor.globalStatus.OK, each choice contains several types of specific events.
    • For example, volumeFull belongs to monitor.globalStatus.NonCritical.
  • When a specific event happens, ONTAP will check which group it belongs to (NonCritical, Critical, or NonRecoverable) and whether the last time an event with the same group has been reported to determine whether triggering monitor.globalStatus.xxx now.
  • If last time an event with the same group has been reported, then this time ONTAP will not trigger an alert of monitor.globalStatus.xxx.
    • For example, if monitor.globalStatus.Critical has been reported last time, then this time an event with monitor.globalStatus.Critical will not be reported.

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