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    Manage Events and Alerts

    View event logs and alerts

    The system monitors and reports on a variety of system events. It collects the events and writes them to the user log. The log contains a record for each event. Some log entries generate alerts. Alerts are usually events that require attention from the system administrator and typically indicate a system problem. For example, you might receive an alert telling you that a drive has faulted, or that the system is low on storage capacity.

    In Unisphere, events appear as messages and alerts. The Unisphere CLI displays additional event attributes that provide more detailed event reports than what appears in Unisphere. Configure alert settings explains the commands for configuring alerts. The Unisphere online help provides more details on logs and alerts.

    Each event record and alert is identified by an ID.

    The following table lists the attributes for event records:

    Table 1. Event record attributes
    Attribute
    Description
    Message ID
    ID of the event record.
    Description
    Brief description of the event.
    Severity
    Severity of the event. Valid values are:
    • info – Some event has occurred that does not have an impact on the functioning of the system.
    • notice – An important event has occurred that does not have an impact on the functioning of the system.
    • warning – An error has occurred that you should be aware of but has not had a significant impact on the system.
    • error – An error has occurred that has a minor impact on the system and should be remedied at some point but does not need to be fixed immediately.
    • critical – An error has occurred that has a significant impact on the system and should be remedied immediately.
    Time
    Date and time when the event occurred, in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
    Node
    Name of the SP that generated the event. Valid values are:
    • spa
    • spb
    Process
    ID of the system process that generated the event.
    Category
    Event category.
    Note:  After a successful login to the system, when you run a command through the CLI, events that include the category attribute with the authentication value will appear twice, as there are separate events for successful login and authentication.
    Account
    User account of the user that caused the event. N/A appears if a user did not cause the event or the account is unavailable.
    Component
    System component that caused the event. Intended for service personnel.
    Product
    System product that caused the event. Intended for service personnel.
    Table 2. Alert attributes
    Attribute
    Description
    ID
    ID of the alert.
    Time
    Date and time (in GMT) when the alert occurred.
    Message
    Alert message.
    Description
    Description of a problem.
    Severity
    Alert severity. Valid values are:
    • info – Some event has occurred that does not have an impact on the functioning of the system.
    • notice – An important event has occurred that does not have an impact on the functioning of the system.
    • warning – An error has occurred that you should be aware of but has not had a significant impact on the system.
    • error – An error has occurred that has a minor impact on the system and should be remedied at some point but does not need to be fixed immediately.
    • critical – An error has occurred that has a significant impact on the system and should be remedied immediately.
    Acknowledged
    Indicates whether or not the alert was acknowledged. Valid values are:
    • yes
    • no
    State
    Displays the alert state for each alert. Values are:
    • Active_Auto – Active alerts that will be automatically cleared once resolved.
    • Active_Manual – Active alerts that must be manually cleared using the /event/alert/hist deactivate command after being resolved.
    • Inactive – Alerts that are already resolved.
    • Updating – Alerts transitioning between the other states.

    View event records

    View a detailed log of system events. Each event is a record in the log and each record is identified by an ID. You can display 100 event records at a time and filter on a range of times when the events were logged and the event severity.

    Note:   The show action command explains how to change the output format.
    Format
    /event/log show [-fromTime <value>] [-toTime <value>] [-limit <value>] [-severity {info | notice | warning | error | critical}]
    Action qualifiers
    Qualifier
    Description
    -fromTime
    Type the beginning of the time interval for which to display event records. The format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.
    Note:  If you omit this qualifier, the list of logs that appears will begin with the first log.
    -toTime
    Type the end of the time interval for which to display event records. The format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.
    Note:  If you omit this qualifier, the value is the current system time.
    -limit
    Type the maximum number of records to display. The value cannot exceed the default number 100.
    -severity
    Type the minimum severity level of the events to display. For example, if you type critical, records for the alert and emergency severities will also appear.
    Example

    The following command lists all event logs generated on 11/09/2009 up to 23:59:59 GMT:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/log show -fromTime “2009-11-09 00:00:00.000” –to “2009-11-09 23:59:59.999”
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:	 Message ID  = Login success
    	   Description = User admin authenticated in authority LocalDirectory/Local
    	   Severity    = info
    	   Time        = 2009-11-09 19:43:08.577
    	   Node        = spa
    	   Account     = unix/spa/root
    	   Component   = Server
    
                            

    View alert history

    View a detailed list of all system alerts. When a new alert comes in, those alerts older than seven days will be cleared..

    Format
    /event/alert/hist show [-state {Active_Manual | Active_Auto | Inactive | Active_Updating | All} ] [ -fromTime <value> ] [-toTime <value>] [-limit <value>] [-acknowledged { yes | no }] [-severity {info | notice | warning | error | critical}]
    Action qualifiers
    Qualifier
    Description
    -fromTime
    Type the beginning of the time interval for which to display event records. The format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.
    Note:  If you omit this qualifier, the list of logs that appears will begin with the first log.
    -toTime
    Type the end of the time interval for which to display event records. The format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.
    Note:  If you omit this qualifier, the value is the current system time.
    -limit
    Type the maximum number of records to display. The value cannot exceed the default number 100.
    -acknowledged
    Type to specify a list of alerts that have or have not been acknowledged. Valid values are:
    • yes
    • no
    -severity
    Type the minimum severity level of the events to display. For example, if you type critical, records for the alert and emergency severities will also appear.
    -state
    Specify the state of the alerts that you want to display. If this option is not specified, only active alerts will be displayed. Valid values are:
    • Active_Auto - Displays all active alerts that will be automatically cleared once resolved.
    • Active_Manual - Displays all active alerts that must be manually cleared using the /event/alert/hist deactivate command once resolved.
    • Inactive - Displays all resolved or deactivated alerts.
    • Active_Updating - Displays all alerts transitioning between states.
    • All - Displays all active and inactive alerts.
    Example
    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/hist -state Active_Manual show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    1:    Id           = alert_3
          Time         = 2016-03-01 17:30:00.309
          Message      = System contact information requires verification.
          Description  = "Please verify your system contact information. This will help your service provider to contact you and quickly respond to any critical issues. (https://10.108.53.216/help/webhelp/en_US/index.htm?#vxeuni_c_configure_alert_settings.html)"
          Severity     = info
          Acknowledged = no
          State        = Active_Manual
    
    2:    Id           = alert_2
          Time         = 2016-03-01 15:19:39.115
          Message      = There are new advisories available for viewing on the Technical Advisories page.
          Description  = "There are one or more new technical advisories available for viewing on the Technical Advisories page."
          Severity     = notice
          Acknowledged = no
          State        = Active_Manual
    
    3:    Id           = alert_1
          Time         = 2016-03-01 14:53:05.094
          Message      = System FCNCH0972C35D9 has experienced one or more problems that have left it in a degraded state
          Description  = "The system has experienced one or more failures resulting in degraded system performance. Check related alerts and fix the underlying problems. (https://10.108.53.216/help/webhelp/en_US/index.htm?#vxeuni_t_fix_underlying_problems.html)"
          Severity     = warning
          Acknowledged = no
          State        = Active_Manual
    
                            

    Acknowledge alerts

    Acknowledge specific alerts.

    Format
    /event/alert/hist -id <value> ack
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the identifier of the alert you want to acknowledge.
    Example

    The following command acknowledges alert_2.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/hist -id alert_2 ack
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
    
                            

    Delete alerts

    Delete specific alerts.

    Format
    /event/alert/hist -id <value> delete
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the identifier of the alert you want to delete.
    Example

    The following command deletes alert_3.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/hist -id alert_3 delete
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
    
                            

    Deactivate alerts

    Manually deactive an alert that is in the Active_Manual state after it has been resolved.

    Format
    /event/alert/hist -id <value> deactivate
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the identifier of the alert.
    Example

    The following example shows how to deactivate alert_1, which is in the Active_Manual state, after it has been resolved. It is recommended that you do not deactivate alerts where the issue has not yet been resolved. Deactivated alerts cannot be reactivated, so do not deactivate the alert if you are not sure whether or not it has been resolved.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/hist -id alert_1 deactivate
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    You should only deactivate an alert when the issue has been solved. Once the alert has been deactivated, it can't be activated again. Do you want to proceed?
    yes / no: yes
    
    Operation completed successfully.
    
                            

    Configure alert settings

    Specify how the system handles alerts, which are notifications of system and user events. You can have the alerts sent directly to your service provider and e-mailed to specific addresses. You can also have the system send alerts as traps to an SNMP destination. Configure SNMP destinations for alerts provides more details on setting up a destination to receive alerts over SNMP. View event logs and alerts provides details about viewing the current logs and alerts.

    Note:  To send e-mail alerts, you must configure an SMTP server on the system as explained in Manage SMTP server settings.

    The following table lists the attributes for alerts:

    Table 3. Alert attributes
    Attribute
    Description
    Language
    Language in which the system sends e-mail alerts.
    E-mail from address
    The email address from which alert emails will be sent.
    SNMP severity threshold
    Minimal severity of alerts the system will send as SNMP traps. Valid values are:
    • critical — An error has occurred that has a significant impact on the system and should be remedied immediately.
    • error — An error has occurred that has a minor impact on the system and should be remedied at some point but does not have to be fixed immediately.
    • warning — An error has occurred that you should be aware of but has not had a significant impact on the system.
    • notice — An important event has occurred that does not have an impact on the functioning of the system.
    • info — Some event has occurred that does not have an impact on the functioning of the system.
    SNMP version
    Version of SNMP that the destination is running.
    SNMP engine ID
    SNMP engine ID for the SNMP destination.
    Show all pool threshold alerts
    Indicates whether the pool space usage percent threshold alerts are enabled. Values are:
    • yes
    • no
    Note:  Regardless of whether this is enabled, alerts will always be sent for thinly provision pools that are over-subscribed.
    Call home suppression start time
    Date and time when the call home suppression is started.
    Call home suppression end time
    Data and time when the call home suppression ends.

    View alert settings

    View the settings for how the system handles alerts.

    Format
    /event/alert/conf show
    Example
    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/conf show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:     Language                        = en-US
           SNMP severity threshold         = Info
           SNMP version                    = 3.0
           SNMP engine ID                  = 
           Show all pool threshold alerts  = no
           Call home suppression start time= 2017-04-10 00:00:00
           Call home suppression end time  = 2017-04-12 00:00:00
    
    
                            

    Configure alert settings

    Configure the settings for how the system handles alerts.

    Note:  For e-mail alerts to work, you must configure an SMTP server on the system, as explained in Manage SMTP server settings.
    Format
    /event/alert/conf set [-emailFromAddr <value>] [-snmpSeverity {critical|error|warning|notice|info}] [-showAllPoolThresholdAlerts {yes | no}] [{-callHomeSuppressionEndTime <value> | -stopCallHomeSuppression}]
    Action qualifiers
    Qualifier
    Description
    -emailFromAddrs
    Specify the email address from which alert emails will be sent.
    -snmpSeverity
    Specify the minimal severity of alerts the system will send as SNMP traps. Values are:
    • critical
    • error
    • warning
    • notice
    • info
    -showAllPoolThresholdAlerts
    Specify whether the alert was generated due to an exceeded pool threshold. Valid values are:
    • yes
    • no
    -callHomeSuppressionEndTime
    Specify the date and time when the call home suppression window will end. The total suppression window is the time between the current time and the suppression end time, or the start time and suppression end time for open suppression windows. The suppression window can be in one minute increments between 1 and 48 hours.
    Note:  Use this option to temporarily suppress call home alerts when you are intentionally performing service actions on your system.
    -stopCallHomeSuppression
    Specify to disable call home suppression.
    Example 1

    The following command changes these alert settings:

    • From address is "from@email.com".
    • Minimum alert severity for sending alerts as SNMP traps is error.
    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/conf set -emailFromAddr "from@mail.com" -snmpSeverity error
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
    
                            
    Example 2

    The following command sets the end time for call home alert suppression:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/conf set –stopCallHomeSuppression
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
    
                            

    Configure alert email settings

    Specify the alert email settings.

    Table 4. Alert email attributes
    Attribute
    Description
    ID
    Identifier of the alert email configuration.
    Address
    The email address from which alert emails will be sent.
    Severity threshold
    Minimal severity of alerts the system will send emails for. Valid values are:
    • critical — An error has occurred that has a significant impact on the system and should be remedied immediately.
    • error — An error has occurred that has a minor impact on the system and should be remedied at some point but does not have to be fixed immediately.
    • warning — An error has occurred that you should be aware of but has not had a significant impact on the system.
    • notice — An important event has occurred that does not have an impact on the functioning of the system.
    • info — Some event has occurred that does not have an impact on the functioning of the system.

    Configure alert email settings

    Configure the "email to" settings for alerts.

    Format
    /event/alert/conf/emailto create -addr <value> [ -severity {critical | error | warning | notice | info} ]
    Action qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -addr
    Type an e-mail address to send alerts to.
    -severity
    Specify the minimum severity of alerts that will trigger emails. Valid values are:
    • critical
    • error
    • warning
    • notice (default)
    • info
    Example

    This example shows the configuration of the "to" email address of "stuff1@mail.com" and a severity of "info".

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/conf/emailto create -addr stuff1@mail.com -severity info
                                  Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    ID = alertEmailConfig_1
    Operation completed successfully.
    
                                

    Change email alert settings

    Change the current configuration for the alert "email to".

    Format
    /event/alert/conf/emailto { -id <value> | -addr <value> } set [ -newAddr <value> ] [ -severity { info | notice | warning | error | critical } ]
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the ID of the alert configuration you want to modify.
    -addr
    Type the address of the "email to" address for which you would like to change the alert email settings.
    Action qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -newAddr
    Type a new email address to send alerts to.
    -severity
    Type the new the minimum severity of alerts that will trigger emails. Valid values are:
    • critical
    • error
    • warning
    • notice
    • info
    Example

    The following command changes the alert "email to" address to "stuff1@newmail.com" and specifies the severity level of alerts that will trigger the email is "info".

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/conf/emailto -addr stuff1@mail.com set -newAddr stuff1@newmail.com -severity info
                                  Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    ID = alertEmailConfig_1
    Operation completed successfully.
                                

    View alert email settings

    View the "email to" settings for alerts.

    Format
    /event/alert/conf/emailto [{ -id <value> | -addr <value>}] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the ID of the alert configuration you want to view.
    -addr
    Type the address of the "email to" address for which you would like view the alert email settings.
    Example

    This example shows the configuration of all of the alert emails on the system.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/conf/emailto show
                                  Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:     ID                      = alertEmailConfig_1
           Address                 = stuff1@mail.com
           Severity threshold      = Info
    
    2:     ID                      = alertEmailConfig_2
           Address                 = stuff2@mail.com
           Severity threshold      = Notice
    
    3:     ID                      = alertEmailConfig_3
           Address                 = stuff3@mail.com
           Severity threshold      = Notice
    
    
                                

    Test email alert settings

    Send a test email to all of the email addresses configured to receive alert notifications.

    Format
    /event/alert/conf testEmailAlert
    Example

    The following example demonstrates how to test alert email settings.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/conf testEmailAlert
                                  Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
                                

    Delete email alert settings

    Delete alert email configurations.

    Format
    /event/alert/conf/emailto -id <value> delete
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the ID of the alert configuration you want to delete.
    Example

    The following command changes the alert "email to" address to "stuff1@newmail.com" and specifies the severity level of alerts that will trigger the email is "info".

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/conf/emailto -id alertEmailConfig_1 delete
                                  Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
                                

    Configure SNMP destinations for alerts

    The system uses the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to transfer system alerts as traps to an SNMP destination host. Traps are asynchronous messages that notify the SNMP destination when system and user events occur. The three types of traps are:

    • Information – Provide routine status information about system operation.
    • Warnings – Indicate that a problem has occurred or may occur.
    • Errors – Report system problems that occurred or are occurring.

    You can configure the types of alert information the system reports (informational, error, or emergency indications).

    Each SNMP destination is identified by an ID.

    The following table lists the attributes for SNMP destinations:

    Table 5. SNMP destination attributes
    Attribute
    Description
    ID
    ID of the SNMP destination.
    Host
    Hostname or IP address of the SNMP destination.
    Port
    Host port on the SNMP destination that will receive the traps.
    User name
    Username that is used to access the SNMP destination.
    Auth protocol
    Protocol that is used to authenticate access to the SNMP destination. Value is one of the following:
    • none — No authentication
    • md5 — Message-Digest algorithm 5
    • sha — Secure Hash Algorithm
    Auth password
    Authentication password for accessing the SNMP destination.
    Privacy protocol
    Protocol that is used to enable privacy on the SNMP destination. The privacy protocol encrypts the SNMP packets. Value is one of the following:
    • none — No encryption
    • aes — Advanced Encryption Standard
    • des — Data Encryption Standard
    Privacy password
    Privacy password for the privacy protocol.

    Create SNMP destination

    Create an SNMP trap destination for system alerts.

    Format
    /event/alert/snmp create -host <value> -port <value> -userName <value> [ -authProto { none | md5 { -authPassword <value> | -authPasswordSecure } [ -privProto { none | aes { -privPassword <value> | -privPasswordSecure } | des { -privPassword <value> | -privPasswordSecure } } ] | sha { -authPassword <value> | -authPasswordSecure } [ -privProto { none | aes { -privPassword <value> | -privPasswordSecure } | des { -privPassword <value> | -privPasswordSecure } } ] } ] | -v2c -community <value> }
    Action qualifiers
    Qualifier
    Description
    -host
    Type a hostname or IP address of the SNMP destination.
    -port
    Type the host port on the SNMP destination that will receive the traps.
    -userName
    Type the username that is used to access the SNMP destination.
    -authProto
    Specify the protocol that is used to authenticate access to the SNMP destination. Value is one of the following:
    • none — No authentication
    • md5 — Message-Digest algorithm 5
    • sha — Secure Hash Algorithm
    -authPassword
    Type the authentication password.
    -authPasswordSecure
    Specify the password in secure mode. The user will be prompted to input the password.
    -privProto
    Specify the protocol that is used to enable privacy on the SNMP destination. Value is one of the following:
    • none — No encryption
    • aes — Advanced Encryption Standard
    • des — Data Encryption Standard
    -privPassword
    Type the privacy password.
    -privPasswordSecure
    Specify the password in secure mode. The user will be prompted to input the password.
    -v2c
    Specify that an SNMP v2c destination will be created.
    -community
    Specify the SNMP v2c destination community string.
    Example

    The following command creates an SNMP destination with these settings:

    • Host IP is 10.64.75.1.
    • Host port is 333.
    • Username is user1.
    • Authorization protocol is md5.
    • Authorization password is authpassword1234.
    • Privacy protocol is des.
    • Privacy password is privpassword321.

    The SNMP destination receives ID Host1_333:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/snmp create –host 10.64.75.1 –port 333 –userName user1 authProto md5 -authPassword authpassword1234 –privProto des –privPassword privpassword321
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    ID = Host1_333
    Operation completed successfully.
                            

    View SNMP destinations

    View details about SNMP destinations. You can filter on the SNMP destination ID.

    Note:   The show action command explains how to change the output format.
    Format
    /event/alert/snmp [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the ID of an SNMP destination.
    Example

    The following command lists all SNMP destinations:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/snmp show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:    ID               = snmp_target_1
          Version          = v3
          Host             = 10.0.1.3
          Port             = 123
          User name        = v3User
          Auth protocol    = None
          Privacy protocol = None
          Community        =
    
    2:    ID               = snmp_target_2
          Version          = v2c
          Host             = 10.0.1.3
          Port             = 879
          User name        =
          Auth protocol    = 
          Privacy protocol = 
          Community        = v2CommunityStr
                            

    Change SNMP destination settings

    Change the settings for an SNMP destination.

    Format
    /event/alert/snmp -id <value> set [ -host <value> ] [ -port <value> ] [ -userName <value> ] [ -authProto { none | md5 { -authPassword <value> | -authPasswordSecure } [ -privProto { none | aes { -privPassword <value> | -privPasswordSecure } | des { -privPassword <value> | -privPasswordSecure } } ] | sha { -authPassword <value> | -authPasswordSecure } [ -privProto { none | aes { -privPassword <value> | -privPasswordSecure } | des { -privPassword <value> | -privPasswordSecure } } ] } ] | [ -community <value> ] }
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the ID of the SNMP destination to change.
    Action qualifiers
    Qualifier
    Description
    -host
    Type a hostname or IP address of the SNMP destination.
    -port
    Type the host port on the SNMP destination that will receive the traps.
    -userName
    Type the username that is used to access the SNMP destination.
    -authProto
    Specify the protocol that is used to authenticate access to the SNMP destination. Value is one of the following:
    • none — No authentication
    • md5 — Message-Digest algorithm 5
    • sha — Secure Hash Algorithm
    -authPassword
    Type the authentication password.
    -authPasswordSecure
    Specify the password in secure mode. The user will be prompted to input the password.
    -privProto
    Specify the protocol that is used to enable privacy on the SNMP destination. Value is one of the following:
    • none — No encryption
    • aes — Advanced Encryption Standard
    • des — Data Encryption Standard
    -privPassword
    Type the privacy password.
    -privPasswordSecure
    Specify the password in secure mode. The user will be prompted to input the password.
    -community
    Specify the SNMP v2c destination community string.
    Example

    The following command changes the authorization protocol, privacy protocol, authorization password, and privacy password for SNMP destination Host1_323:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/snmp –id Host1_323 set -authProto md5 -authPassword newauthpassword –privProto des –privPassword newprivpassword
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    ID = Host1_323
    Operation completed successfully.
                            

    Delete SNMP destinations

    Delete an SNMP destination.

    Note:  If you delete an SNMP destination, the system will stop sending alerts to it as traps.
    Format
    /event/alert/snmp -id <value> delete
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Type the ID of an SNMP destination to delete.
    Example

    The following command deletes SNMP destination Host1_323:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /event/alert/snmp -id Host1_323 delete
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.