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HP 5920 Configuration Manual: Configuring A User-defined Eaa Environment Variable

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Event-specific variable—Available only for a type of event.
Table 20
shows all system-defined variables.
Table 20 System-defined EAA environment variables by event type
Variable name
Any event:
_event_id
_event_type
_event_type_string
_event_time
_event_severity
CLI:
_cmd
Syslog:
_syslog_pattern
Hotplug:
_slot
Interface:
_ifname
SNMP:
_oid
_oid_value
SNMP_Notification:
_oid
Process:
_process_name
User-defined variables
You can use user-defined variables for all types of events.
User-defined variable names can contain digits, characters, and the underscore sign (_), but their
leading character cannot be the underscore sign.
Configuring a user-defined EAA environment
variable
Configure a user-defined EAA environment variable before you use it in an action.
To configure a user-defined EAA environment variable:
Description
Event ID.
Event type.
Event type description.
Time when the event occurs.
Severity level of an event.
Commands that are matched.
Log message content.
ID of the IRF member device where a hot swap event occurs.
Interface name.
OID of the MIB variable where an SNMP operation is performed.
Value of the MIB variable.
OID that is included in the SNMP notification.
Process name.
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