2017-05-10 08:32 AM
I am running OCUM 7.1 and would like to subscribe to EMS events. I have successfully subscribed to sis.changelog.full, however I cannot use the same procedure to subscribe to wafl.vol.autoSize.done (I want to be alerted each time AutoSize is invoked). Any ideas? I am suspicious of the fact that this message is severity "INFORMATIONAL", but documentation doesn't indicate this is a limitation.
2017-05-15 04:51 AM
Maybe try again because it works for me (OCUM 7.1 + ONTAP 9.1):
And then I forced a vol to autosize and the EMS event was received:
You can also configure an alert directly from the cluster if you prefer; see KB000029091.
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2017-05-15 05:59 AM
Hi Chris, thank you for replying to my post! Maybe the issue is I'm on 8.3.2 P10 instead of 9.x. I am aware that I can set it up directly on the filer which I've done, but it would just be nice to have it all centralized. I may just have to wait until we upgrade to 9.x later this year.
2017-06-23 07:30 AM
Hello, I've also had trouble adding a second EMS event alert to OCUM, but finally found a workaround...
I found that if I...
If you attempt to delete the OCUM desintation, it may initially fail with the list of all the messages that are being used for routing (some wont show under the event route show command). Use the ::event route remove-destinations command to delete the destination for all the messages listed.
event destination delete OCUM.server.com
Error: command failed: Event destination OCUM.server.com is being used for routing message wafl.snap.create.skip.reason
event route remove-destinations -message-name wafl.snap.create.skip.reason -destinations OCUM.server.com
BTW, I realise in ONTAP 9.1 that the ::event destination and route are depreciated, however for the moment adding these EMS events through OCUM still adds an entry into the ::event route table.
Hopefully this may help...