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Alert statuses in Virtualization Manager

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Each alert in Virtualization Manager has these statuses:

  • Inactive
  • Raised
  • Active
  • Lowered

This table describes when an email notification is sent with the different notification options selected.

selected options inactive raised active lowered
None - Email sent - Email sent
Notify on consecutive events - Email sent Email sent Email sent
Notify only when raised - Email sent - -
Both - Email sent Email sent -

For more information, see Configure alert notifications.

 
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