Manage events using the CLI
This page describes how to manage events using the CLI.
With the CLI, you can:
Use the following command line to list events in the Weka cluster:
weka events [--num-results num-results] [--start-time <start-time>] [--end-time <end-time>] [--severity severity] [--direction direction] [--fetch-order fetch-order] [--type-list type-list] [--exclude-type-list exclude-type-list] [--category-list category-list] [--cloud-time] [--show-internal] [--raw-units] [--UTC]
weka events list-local
Use the following command line to list recent events on the specific host running the command from.
This command is helpful for the following cases:
- No connectivity to the central monitoring site
- No connectivity from a specific host
- Hosts that are not part of the cluster
weka events list-local [--start-time <start-time>] [--end-time <end-time>] [--next next] [--stem-mode] [--show-internal] [--raw-units] [--UTC]
weka events trigger-event
It can be useful to mark specific activities, maintenance work, or important changes/new usage of the system, and see that as part of the system events timeline.
To trigger a custom event, use
weka events trigger-event <text>