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David Morgan

Cisco UCS Manager

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For those that are monitoring Cisco UCS, using...https://www.logicmonitor.com/support/monitoring/networking-firewalls/cisco-ucs-monitoring

are you finding that the default mapping sequence of minor and warning are out of order? 

def severity_map = [
        "cleared"  : 0,
        "info"     : 1,
        "condition": 2,
        "minor"    : 3,
        "warning"  : 4,
        "major"    : 5,
        "critical" : 6
]

And perhaps making the above point somewhat moot, that the thresholds are too low out-of-the-box? 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/ucs-manager/GUI-User-Guides/System-Monitoring/4-1/b_UCSM_GUI_System_Monitoring_Guide_4-1/b_UCSM_GUI_System_Monitoring_Guide_4-1_chapter_010.html

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    • You monitor all faults of either critical or major severity status, as immediate action is not required for minor faults and warnings.
    • You monitor faults that are not of type Finite State Machine (FSM), as FSM faults will transition over time and resolve.

     

 

I know we can tune these and filter out the FSMs, curious if these defaults make sense to anyone.

Thanks - Dave

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