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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-11-23T08:26:23Z by SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic EIF Events filtering

‏2012-11-21T10:06:23Z |
Hello Group,
it is possible to filter EIF more specific than the "deafult Filters in TECPublisher.conf:
  1. Default Filters
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  1. The filters below will filter all resource status events with serverity HARMLESS
  2. and serverity WARNING. In addition all configuration events will be filtered.
  3. Disable a filter with a pound key at the beginning of the line.
  4. To activate a configuration file change use the command "samctrl" to disable and enable a publisher.
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  1. Filter all relationship add / delete events
Filter:Class=SystemAutomation_Relationship_Configuration_Change
  1. Filter all resource add / delete events
Filter:Class=SystemAutomation_Resource_Configuration_Change
  1. Filter resource status events with serverity HARMLESS
Filter:Class=SystemAutomation_Resource_Status_Change;severity=HARMLESS
  1. Filter resource status events with serverity WARNING
Filter:Class=SystemAutomation_Resource_Status_Change;severity=WARNING
  1. Filter all request add / delete events
Filter:Class=SystemAutomation_Request_Configuration_Change

We want e.g only SystemAutomation_Resource_Status_Change from IBM.Application instead of IBM.ResourceGroup
Regards
Ruediger Dahlke
Updated on 2012-11-23T08:26:23Z at 2012-11-23T08:26:23Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: EIF Events filtering

    ‏2012-11-22T15:04:13Z  
    Hello Ruediger,

    to filter resource status events from IBM.ResourceGroup you can add the filter line:
    Filter:Class=SystemAutomation_Resource_Status_Change;sa_resource_type=Group

    To activate this configuration change use the command "samctrl" to disable and enable a publisher.
    Additional sa_resource_type values can be found
    in the file /usr/sbin/rsct/samples/tec/SystemAutomation.baroc

    Best Regards
    Andreas Schauberer
  • xf00657
    xf00657
    110 Posts

    Re: EIF Events filtering

    ‏2012-11-23T07:48:37Z  
    Hello Ruediger,

    to filter resource status events from IBM.ResourceGroup you can add the filter line:
    Filter:Class=SystemAutomation_Resource_Status_Change;sa_resource_type=Group

    To activate this configuration change use the command "samctrl" to disable and enable a publisher.
    Additional sa_resource_type values can be found
    in the file /usr/sbin/rsct/samples/tec/SystemAutomation.baroc

    Best Regards
    Andreas Schauberer
    Hello Andreas,

    thank you for your answer. Perhaps you should post some more examples of possible event filterings in the Doc's. It's not really clear how to do that.
    Regards
    Rüdiger
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    120 Posts

    Re: EIF Events filtering

    ‏2012-11-23T08:26:23Z  
    • xf00657
    • ‏2012-11-23T07:48:37Z
    Hello Andreas,

    thank you for your answer. Perhaps you should post some more examples of possible event filterings in the Doc's. It's not really clear how to do that.
    Regards
    Rüdiger
    Hello Ruediger,

    you are right. More samples can also be found in the TEC product docu:
    http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/tividd/td/tec/SC32-1242-00/en_US/HTML/ecoamst25.htm

    Best Regards
    Andreas Schauberer