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Oracle® x86 Servers Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide

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Updated: January 2020
 
 

Log Properties

Property
Description
Applicable to:
Event ID
Unique number used to identify the encountered event.
  • System Log

  • Event Log

  • Audit Log

Date and Time
Day and time the event occurred. If the Network Time Protocol (NTP) server is enabled to set the Oracle ILOM time, the Oracle ILOM clock uses Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).
For more information about time stamps, see Log Time Stamps .
  • System Log

  • Event Log

  • Audit Log

Event Type or Type
Hardware-dependent event property.
Event type examples:
  • IPMI

  • UI

  • Upgrade

  • Persistence

  • Action or Service Required

  • Warning

  • OK

  • System Log

  • Event Log

  • Audit Log

Subsystem
Hardware-dependent property that identifies the subsystem where the event was encountered.
Subsystem examples:
  • System

  • Power

  • Cooling

  • Memory

  • Storage

  • I/O module

  • Processor

  • Firmware

  • System Log

Component
Hardware-dependent property that identifies the component where the event was encountered.
Component examples:
  • Hostn

  • /SYS (Host System)

  • PSn (Power Supply n)

  • Fann (Fan n)

  • Diskn (Disk n)

  • Oracle ILOM

  • System Log

Class
Hardware-dependent property that identifies the event class.
Class examples:
  • Audit/Log – For commands that result in a configuration change. Description includes user, command, command parameters, and success/failure.

  • IPMI/Log – For any event that is placed in the IPMI System Event Log is also put in the management log.

  • Chassis/State – For changes to the inventory and general system state.

  • Chassis/Action – For shutdown events for a server, hot insert/removal of FRU components.

  • Fault/Fault – Description gives the time fault was detected and the suspect component name.

  • Fault/Repair – For Fault Management repairs. Description gives component name.

  • Event Log

  • Audit Log

Severity
Severity level of the event.
Severity examples:
  • Debug

  • Down

  • Critical

  • Major

  • Minor

  • Event Log

  • Audit Log