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FusionStorage V100R006C30 Block Storage Service Troubleshooting Guide 05

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Collecting Alarm Information

Collecting Alarm Information


Query alarms on FusionStorage Block Self-Maintenance Platform to facilitate troubleshooting.


You have logged in to FusionStorage Block Self-Maintenance Platform.


    1. On FusionStorage Block Self-Maintenance Platform, choose Monitoring > Alarms > Alarms.

      The Alarms page is displayed.

    2. Specify the alarm generation duration and the alarm name, and click .

      The alarms that meet the search criteria are displayed.

    3. Check whether uncleared alarms exist in the alarm list.

      • If yes, go to 4.
      • If no, no further action is required.

    4. Locate the row that contains the uncleared alarms, and click .

      Detailed information about the alarms is displayed.

      Table 2-2 describes the definitions of all alarm severities.

      Table 2-2  Alarm severities

      Alarm Severity




      A critical alarm indicates a service-affecting fault and an immediate corrective action is required.


      A major alarm indicates a service-affecting fault that needs to be rectified urgently to avoid serious consequences.


      A minor alarm indicates a fault which currently does not affect service and that a corrective action should be taken to prevent a more serious fault.


      A warning alarm indicates a potential or impending service-affecting fault that can be detected before any significant effects have been found.

Updated: 2019-09-09

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