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/opennms-base-assembly/src/main/filtered/etc/events/VMWare.vc.events.xml

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  1<!-- Start of auto generated data from MIB: VMWARE-VC-EVENT-MIB -->
  2<events xmlns="http://xmlns.opennms.org/xsd/eventconf">
  3<event>
  4	<mask>
  5		<maskelement>
  6			<mename>id</mename>
  7			<mevalue>.1.3.6.1.4.1.6876.4.3</mevalue>
  8		</maskelement>
  9		<maskelement>
 10			<mename>generic</mename>
 11			<mevalue>6</mevalue>
 12		</maskelement>
 13		<maskelement>
 14			<mename>specific</mename>
 15			<mevalue>201</mevalue>
 16		</maskelement>
 17	</mask>
 18	<uei>uei.opennms.org/vendor/vmware/traps/vpxdAlarm</uei>
 19	<event-label>VMWARE-VC-EVENT-MIB defined trap event: vpxdAlarm</event-label>
 20	<descr>
 21<![CDATA[
 22<p>This notification is sent on entity alarm state change, by the vCenter Server SNMP agent.
 23This information is also available through the vSphere client, through the Alarms screen,
 24or through the Managed Object Browser(MOB) interface for alarms at
 25https://<vCenter Server machine address>/mob/?moid=AlarmManager.
 26Listing individual objects of a specific type or ID can be done through the PropertyCollector SDK API.
 27See http://www.vmware.com/support/developer/vc-sdk/visdk2xpubs/ReferenceGuide/vmodl.query.PropertyCollector.html
 28for details.</p><table>
 29	<tr><td><b>
 30
 31	vmwVpxdTrapType</b></td><td>
 32	%parm[#1]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr>
 33	<tr><td><b>
 34
 35	vmwVpxdHostName</b></td><td>
 36	%parm[#2]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr>
 37	<tr><td><b>
 38
 39	vmwVpxdVMName</b></td><td>
 40	%parm[#3]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr>
 41	<tr><td><b>
 42
 43	vmwVpxdOldStatus</b></td><td>
 44	%parm[#4]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr>
 45	<tr><td><b>
 46
 47	vmwVpxdNewStatus</b></td><td>
 48	%parm[#5]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr>
 49	<tr><td><b>
 50
 51	vmwVpxdObjValue</b></td><td>
 52	%parm[#6]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr></table>
 53]]>
 54	</descr>
 55		<logmsg dest='logndisplay'><![CDATA[<p>
 56			vpxdAlarm trap received 
 57			vmwVpxdTrapType=%parm[#1]% 
 58			vmwVpxdHostName=%parm[#2]% 
 59			vmwVpxdVMName=%parm[#3]% 
 60			vmwVpxdOldStatus=%parm[#4]% 
 61			vmwVpxdNewStatus=%parm[#5]% 
 62			vmwVpxdObjValue=%parm[#6]%</p>
 63]]>		</logmsg>
 64	<severity>Warning</severity>
 65</event>
 66<event>
 67	<mask>
 68		<maskelement>
 69			<mename>id</mename>
 70			<mevalue>.1.3.6.1.4.1.6876.4.3</mevalue>
 71		</maskelement>
 72		<maskelement>
 73			<mename>generic</mename>
 74			<mevalue>6</mevalue>
 75		</maskelement>
 76		<maskelement>
 77			<mename>specific</mename>
 78			<mevalue>202</mevalue>
 79		</maskelement>
 80	</mask>
 81	<uei>uei.opennms.org/vendor/vmware/traps/vpxdDiagnostic</uei>
 82	<event-label>VMWARE-VC-EVENT-MIB defined trap event: vpxdDiagnostic</event-label>
 83	<descr>
 84<![CDATA[
 85<p>This notification is sent on starting or restarting vCenter Server,
 86on requesting a test notification explicitly, and can also be
 87configured to be sent periodically at a specified time interval via
 88vCenter Server configuration by the vCenter Server SNMP agent.</p><table></table>
 89]]>
 90	</descr>
 91		<logmsg dest='logndisplay'><![CDATA[<p>
 92			vpxdDiagnostic trap received</p>
 93]]>		</logmsg>
 94	<severity>Normal</severity>
 95</event>
 96<event>
 97	<mask>
 98		<maskelement>
 99			<mename>id</mename>
100			<mevalue>.1.3.6.1.4.1.6876.4.3</mevalue>
101		</maskelement>
102		<maskelement>
103			<mename>generic</mename>
104			<mevalue>6</mevalue>
105		</maskelement>
106		<maskelement>
107			<mename>specific</mename>
108			<mevalue>203</mevalue>
109		</maskelement>
110	</mask>
111	<uei>uei.opennms.org/vendor/vmware/traps/vpxdAlarmInfo</uei>
112	<event-label>VMWARE-VC-EVENT-MIB defined trap event: vpxdAlarmInfo</event-label>
113	<descr>
114<![CDATA[
115<p>This notification is sent on entity alarm state change, by the vCenter Server SNMP agent.
116This information is also available through the vSphere client, through the Alarms screen,
117or through the Managed Object Browser(MOB) interface for alarms at
118https://<vCenter Server machine address>/mob/?moid=AlarmManager.
119Listing individual objects of a specific type or ID can be done through the PropertyCollector SDK API.
120See http://www.vmware.com/support/developer/vc-sdk/visdk2xpubs/ReferenceGuide/vmodl.query.PropertyCollector.html
121for details.</p><table>
122	<tr><td><b>
123
124	vmwVpxdTargetObjType</b></td><td>
125	%parm[#1]%;</td><td><p>
126		unknown(1)
127		host(2)
128		vm(3)
129		other(4)
130	</p></td></tr>
131	<tr><td><b>
132
133	vmwVpxdOldStatus</b></td><td>
134	%parm[#2]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr>
135	<tr><td><b>
136
137	vmwVpxdNewStatus</b></td><td>
138	%parm[#3]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr>
139	<tr><td><b>
140
141	vmwVpxdObjValue</b></td><td>
142	%parm[#4]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr>
143	<tr><td><b>
144
145	vmwVpxdTargetObj</b></td><td>
146	%parm[#5]%;</td><td><p></p></td></tr></table>
147]]>
148	</descr>
149		<logmsg dest='logndisplay'><![CDATA[<p>
150			vpxdAlarmInfo trap received 
151			vmwVpxdTargetObjType=%parm[#1]% 
152			vmwVpxdOldStatus=%parm[#2]% 
153			vmwVpxdNewStatus=%parm[#3]% 
154			vmwVpxdObjValue=%parm[#4]% 
155			vmwVpxdTargetObj=%parm[#5]%</p>
156]]>		</logmsg>
157	<severity>Warning</severity>
158</event>
159</events>
160<!-- End of auto generated data from MIB: VMWARE-VC-EVENT-MIB -->