action number syslog priority level facility local-number msg msg-body
undo action number
Monitor policies do not contain any actions.
CLI-defined policy view
Predefined user roles
number: Specifies an action ID, in the range of 0 to 231.
priority level: Specifies the log severity level in the range of 0 to 7. A lower value represents a higher
facility local-number: Specifies a logging facility by its device number in the range of local0 to local7.
Facility numbers are used by a log host to identify log creation facilities for filtering log messages.
msg msg-body: Configures the log message body.
EAA sends log messages to the information center. You can configure the information center to output
these messages to certain destinations. For more information about the information center, see
"Configuring the information center."
You can configure a series of actions to be executed in response to the event specified in a monitor policy.
EAA executes the actions in ascending order of action IDs. When you add actions to a policy, you must
make sure the execution order is correct.
Actions with the same ID overwrite each other, and the action configured most recently takes effect.
You can specify EAA environment variable names instead of specifying specific values for an argument.
For more information about using EAA environment variables, see
# Configure an action for the CLI-defined policy test to send a log message "hello" with a severity of 7
from the facility device local3.
[Sysname] rtm cli-policy test
[Sysname-rtm-test] action 3 syslog priority 7 facility local3 msg hello
Use commit to enable a CLI-defined monitor policy.