When you click a link in the Event Type column on the event list page, the Event Details section is displayed, providing detailed information about the particular event. Events are generated from SNMP traps, HTTP events, or internally generated events.
This section identifies the following information about the event:
Event Severity. The severity of the event.
Cleared Status. Shows if the event is cleared or uncleared.
Event Source. The system on which the event originated.
Associated System. The system that generated the event.
Associated System Status. This field displays the current status of the system that generated the event and is expected to change as the status of the system changes.
Event Time. The time the event was received by the central management server (CMS).
Description. The event description explains the source or type of event. The event can be an SNMP trap, a DMI indication, or an internally generated message. The discovery of a system is an event.
Assignee. This field displays the user to which the event has been assigned.
Comments. This field displays comments entered by a user.
Depending on the event type, the following information displays in the Details box:
Servers in Enclosure
For enclosure events, this section lists all of the servers in the affected enclosure.
Enclosures in Rack
For rack events, this section lists all of the enclosures in the affected rack.
Discovered System Details
Status Change Details
Subsystem Name. For example, memory, processor, and storage
Previous Subsystem status. The status of the subsystem before the event
Overall Performance status. The combined status of all the subsystems (the worst subsystem status)
Click [View Printable Details] to view the details in printable format. Click File > Print to print the details.