You can use specific Data ONTAP commands in the event family for managing events on your storage system.
Consists of a name and destination to which events are sent. Destinations can be email addresses, SNMP trap hosts, and syslog servers.
Describes which events generate notifications. An event route is a mapping between events and their destinations. An event route includes information about severity, destinations, and notification thresholds.
Specifies the email "from" address, the email "to" address, whether to send events to the console, and the maximum size of the log file.
List of emailed event notifications. You also can delete mail-history records.
List of event notifications that have been sent to SNMP traps. You also can delete a single SNMP trap-history record.
|If you want to...||Use this command...|
|Create an event destination||event destination create|
|Display information about event destinations||event destination show|
|Modify an event destination||event destination modify|
|Delete an event destination||event destination delete|
|Modify an event route or the frequency of event notifications||event route modify|
|Add an existing destination or destinations to an event route||event route add-destinations|
|Specify the severity level for an event route||event route add-destinations with the ‑messagename parameter|
|Remove a destination or destinations from an event route||event route remove-destinations|
|Display information about event routes||event route show|
|Display the corrective action for an event||event route show with the -messagename or -instance parameter|
|Display the event log||event log show|
|Display the configuration for event notification and logging||event config show|
|Modify the configuration for event notification and logging||event config modify|
|Display information about event occurrences||event status show|
|Display mail-history records||event mailhistory show|
|Delete mail-history records||event mailhistory delete|
|Display a list of event notifications that have been sent to SNMP traps||event snmphistory show|
|Delete an SNMP trap-history record||event snmphistory delete|
For more information, see the man pages.