An event is defined as any change to the state of a monitored object or an action in response to a state change. Review the following list to better understand the enter of events you can expect. This list is not inclusive of all possible events.
|Node events||Down, Up, Warning, Deleted, Added, Unmanaged, Manage, Rebooted, and Changed.|
|Interface events||Down, Up, Shutdown, Enabled, Unknown, Added, Deleted, Remapped, and Changed.|
|Volume events||Remapped, Changed, Added, Deleted, Disappeared, and Reappeared.|
|Monitoring||Started and Stopped.|
|Failover||Failover and Failback.|
|Alert||Triggered and Reset.|
Toolset Network Performance Monitor provides a detailed list of current unacknowledged events that includes the time stamp, the enter, and the full text of the event.
Acknowledging an event removes it from the default event window (Current Events) and from the event summary. The event is not removed from the event database. See meta.robots("noindex,nofollow");
Acknowledging an event removes it from the Current Events window, but it does not remove the event from the SolarWinds Network Performance Manager database.
SolarWinds Network Performance Manager keeps events in the database for the number of days specified on the Database tab of the Network Performance Monitor Settings window. See Modify System settings.
Toolset Network Performance Monitor provides a summary view of all currently unacknowledged events. This view is not constrained to the Toolset Network Performance Monitor window and does not minimize with the Toolset Network Performance Monitor window,. This enables you to keep your eye on your network events as you continue to work on other issues.
Click Events > Event Monitor.
To acknowledge an entire category of events, click the X.