12.02 - Event Viewer Columns - Server Management

Teradata Server Management Web Services User Guide

Server Management
Release Number
July 2016
English (United States)
Last Update
Column Description
Component Specifies the default alias of the component.
Time Indicates the date and time the event was detected.
Severity Specifies one of the following severity levels of the event:
  • OK
  • Information
  • Warning
  • Degraded
  • Critical
  • Fatal
Description Specifies the message that describes the event that occurred.
ManagedElement Identifies the component ID for which the event occurred. This is also known as the unique name assigned to the component.
ID Specifies the unique global identifier assigned to the event.
SubType Indicates an optional event type; depends on the ReporterType or the type of managed object. The following are examples:
  • Linux nodes: Syslog
  • SMP: Heartbeat
SystemID Indicates the ID that represents the system where the event originated.
CollectiveID Indicates the ID that represents the collective where the event originated.
CabinetID Indicates the ID that represents the cabinet where the event originated.
ChassisID Indicates the ID that represents the chassis where the event originated.
Sequence Identifies the sequence and collective in which the event was logged.
MessageID Specifies an event name, message key, or number unique within the Domain for a specific type of event. For example, a NodeEvent-HeartbeatRestored.
Domain Domain, in conjunction with MessageID, uniquely identifies the type of event and the source from which the event originated.
ObjectClass Specifies the object class name of the component, which is the first part of the component ID.
ReporterType Indicates the category to which the event belongs. Some examples:
An event that indicates an alert condition; these events are processed by the Alert Manager.
An event sent by the BYNET DP.
An event that is reported for commands that users perform on the system.
An event that is reported for asset and setting changes.
An event from a log resident on a device. For example, a disk array MEL event.
An event that is reported for identifying issues or a restore of the node to the CMIC Event path.
An event that reports on a group of alerts. A problem alert summary.
RequestID Groups a sequence of events, such as command results.
TimeReceived Indicates the time and date that the event was received by server management.
Repeat Start Time Specifies the time a repeat of this event was first seen within a day.
Repeat Count Indicates the number of times this event has repeated since the value in Repeat Start Time.
SystemName Specifies the name of the system where the event originated.