15. Configuration » Schedulers » Event Reporting¶
Events are short text messages that describe errors, warnings or the change of an operational status. They are generated by the other software components and logged by Console.
You can list events in Reports » Devices » [Component Name] » [Component Type] Event sub-tab. To search, sort or filter event messages, click the small down arrow that appears when hovering over the Event column header. To see additional details about an event click the [+] button from the first column.
To see a recent list of Latest Events, click the small bottom edge of the window to raise the South Region, or press Ctrl+E. On one side the Latest Events tab displays the latest 50 events, while on the other side it shows a list of components that can generate events and the number of events generated in the last 24 hours by each component. The number’s color indicates the maximum severity of the events: red means that there are ERRORS, blue is for INFO events, etc
The event’s severity indicates its importance:
● MELTDOWN – Meltdown events are generated in severe situations, such as hardware failures● CRITICAL – Critical events are generated when significant software errors occur, such as a memory exhaustion situation● ERROR – Error events are usually caused by misconfigurations, communication errors between components, or even bugs. Sensors auto-recover from errors by restarting themselves● WARNING – Warning events are generated when authentication errors occur, on I/O bottlenecks or when there are time synchronization issues● INFO – Informational events are generated when configurations are changed or when users log in● DEBUG – Debug events are generated only to help troubleshooting or the development process