Event Central Display

This display is available for the following platforms: LINUX NONSTOP UNIX WINDOWS

Event Log data is provided through two different Displays, with each one based on the Prognosis Server platform.

For further details on setting up Event Log monitoring, refer to System Event Monitoring.

MS Windows

The Event Central Display for Windows uses the MpEvent (PRGNEVT) Record to provide a list of recent logs and a list of the sources that they have originated from. Further details for each event can be obtained by drilling-down on the Time, Number or Source fields of the event table.

This Display can be accessed from the Windows Server Overview Display by clicking on the Event Logs link in the 'Server Navigation' window.

The 'Event Logs with Events' window in the top right of the Display provides a list of Event Logs that currently have events recorded. These details can be viewed by clicking on the required Event Log name in the list.

For Windows, the log data used to populate the MpEvent (PRGNEVT) Record comes from the NT Event Log.

UNIX/Linux

The Event Logs Display for UNIX/Linux uses the MpEvent (PRGNEVT) record to provide a list of recent events from UNIX and Linux environments.

This Display can be accessed from the UNIX Server Overview Display by clicking on the Event Logs link in the 'Server Navigation' window.

All events are collected from the set of log files as defined in the system configuration file (e.g. syslog.conf). The Event Logs Display will show the details of each event together with the name of the actual log file to which it belongs.

HPE NonStop

The Events Central Display provides a list of recent error logs and a list of the sources that they have originated from. Further details about a particular event can be obtained by drilling-down on the Event or SubSys fields.

This Display can be accessed from the NonStop Server Overview Display by clicking on the Event Logs link in the 'Server Navigation' window.

This Display makes use of the NonStopEventEms (EVENT) record which supplies the event number, descriptive event text, the time that the event occurred, the event priority and the subsystem name and number.

The links at the top of the Display will open further Displays that contain Event details for the specific subsystem.

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