WekaIO events indicate relevant information concerning the WekaIO cluster and customer environment. Triggered by a customer operation or an environment change, events can be informational, indicate a problem in the system or indicate a (previous) problem that has been resolved.
To view the events screen using the GUI, click the Events Log button on the left bar:
Events can be filtered by choosing a filter. Filtering can be performed according to event severity, category, IDs and timestamps. Selection of multiple filters is also possible (for event categories and event IDs).
Use this command line to list events in the WekaIO cluster.
weka events [--num-results num-results] [--start-time <start>] [--end-time <end>] [--severity severity] [--sort-order sort-order] [--fetch-order fetch-order]
Parameters in Command Line
Maximum number of events to display
0 shows all events.
Include events that occurred at this start time and later
Format: 5m, -5m, -1d, -1w, 1:00, 01:00, 18:30, 18:30:07, 2018-12-31 10:00, 2018/12/31 10:00, 2018-12-31T10:00, 9:15Z, 10:00+2:00
Include events that occurred up to this time
format: 5m, -5m, -1d, -1w, 1:00, 01:00, 18:30, 18:30:07, 2018-12-31 10:00, 2018/12/31 10:00, 2018-12-31T10:00, 9:15Z, 10:00+2:00
Set to a time represents 'now'
Include events with this level of severity and higher
'info', 'warning', 'minor', 'major' or 'critical'
Sort events by ascending or descending time
'asc' or 'dsc'
Fetch from end-time backwards or from start-time forwards
'fw' or 'bw'
Filter events by type (can be used multiple times)
use 'weka events list-types' to see available types
Include only events matching the defined category
Categories can be Alerts, Cloud, Clustering, Drive, Events, Filesystem, InterfaceGroup, Licensing, NFS, Network, Node, ObjectStorage, Raid, System, Upgrade, User
Query and sort results by digested time