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How to change severity of DFM "CPU Too busy" event

Hello.

I'm working with a monitoring system admin  to raise an alert when a filer's CPU usage reaches 95%.

I added an alarm as below using the Manamgement Console and created a Test event.

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Event : CPU Too Busy

Traps: <SNMP host1>., <SNMP host2>

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The test trap was sent to the SNMP hosts properly. The monitoring system admin said that the trap shows severity value "2" which means "infomation"

Then monitoring system admin said that the severity

2013-07-16T06:40:04: Debug: xx: [Event Processor] OID5: .1.3.6.1.4.1.789.3.11.1.3.261276

2013-07-16T06:40:04: Debug: xx: [Event Processor] 5: 2

2013-07-16T06:40:04: Debug: xx: [Event Processor] 5_raw: 2

2013-07-16T06:40:04: Debug: xx: [Event Processor] 5_text: 2

2013-07-16T06:40:04: Debug: xx: [Event Processor] 5_hex: 2

which means "information"

Now I'm looking for a way to change the event severity value to "5", which is "critical".

Where can I modify the event severity?

Thank you for your help in advance.

Mariko

Re: How to change severity of DFM "CPU Too busy" event

Hi try

dfm eventtype modify -v

for more information use below link

https://kb.netapp.com/support/index?page=content&id=3010964&actp=search&viewlocale=en_US&searchid=null

Re: How to change severity of DFM "CPU Too busy" event

Hi aswinikumar Reddy.

Thanks for your instruction.

I can change its severity as Critical. 

When I sent a test SNMP trap, as it was "Test" the severity shows "information". When actual "CPU Too Busy" event happens, it must shows "Critical". I hope.

[root@xxxxx bin]# dfm eventtype list | grep cpu

cpu-load-normal                               Normal       cpu.load

cpu-too-busy                                  Critical     cpu.load