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Parameters
entry-number: Specifies an event entry index in the range of 1 to 65535. If no entry is specified, the
command displays log entries for all event entries.
Usage guidelines
If the log action is specified for an event, the system adds a record in the event log table each time the
event occurs. Each record contains the log entry index, time when the event was logged (the amount of
time that elapsed since system startup), and event description.
The system can maintain up to 10 records for an event. The most recent record replaces the oldest record
if the number of records reaches 10.
Examples
# Display the RMON log for event entry 99.
<Sysname> display rmon eventlog 99
EventEntry 99 owned by ww is VALID.
LogEntry 99.1 created at 50days 08h:54m:44s uptime.
Description: The 1.3.6.1.2.1.16.1.1.1.4.5 defined in alarmEntry 77,
uprise 16760000 with alarm value 16776314. Alarm sample type is absolute.
LogEntry 99.2 created at 50days 09h:11m:13s uptime.
Description: The 1.3.6.1.2.1.16.1.1.1.4.5 defined in alarmEntry 77,
less than(or =) 20000000 with alarm value 16951648. Alarm sample type is absolute.
LogEntry 99.3 created at 50days 09h:18m:43s uptime.
Description: The alarm formula defined in prialarmEntry 777,
less than(or =) 15000000 with alarm value 14026493. Alarm sample type is absolute.
LogEntry 99.4 created at 50days 09h:23m:28s uptime.
Description: The alarm formula defined in prialarmEntry 777,
uprise 17000000 with alarm value 17077846. Alarm sample type is absolute.
This example shows that the event log table has four records for event 99:
Two records were created when event 99 was triggered by alarm entry 77.
Two records were created when event 99 was triggered by alarm entry 777.
Table 35 Command output
Field
EventEntry
entry-number
owned by owner
is status.
Description
Event log entry owner and status.
entry-number—Event log entry index (MIB object logEventIndex), which is the same as
the event entry index for which this log entry is generated.
owner—Entry owner (MIB object eventOwner).
status—Entry status (MIB object eventStatus):
VALID—The entry is valid (default value).
UNDERCREATION—The entry is invalid.
The status field is not configurable at the CLI. All event log entries are valid by default.
The display rmon eventlog command can display invalid entries, but the display
current-configuration and display this commands do not display their settings.
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