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CloudEC V600R019C00 Fault Information Collection (Enterprise On-premises, Convergent Conference)

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Collecting Alarm Information

Collecting Alarm Information

You can use the OMU to collect alarm information about NEs.


  • When a device is running, it checks its health in real time. Once the device detects a fault, it generates an alarm. To minimize the impact of this alarm, collect alarm information in real time to clear this alarm.
  • Use the OMU client to collect alarm information about all NEs managed by the CGP.
  • A maximum of 1000 records are returned after each query. If no query condition is specified, the system returns the most recent 1000 records. When there are more than 1000 records, you need to query these records multiple times with the query conditions (such as the alarm generation time and the alarm clearance time) modified each time.

Using the OMU Client to Collect Alarm Information

  1. Log in to the HUAWEI Operation & Maintenance System.
  2. Choose Alarm > Query Alarm Logs. The Query Alarm Logs window is displayed.
  3. In the Query Alarm Logs window, select major and critical alarms and set the required parameters such as Start time and End time, as shown in Figure 3-1.

    Figure 3-1 Setting alarm query parameters

  4. Click OK. The Query Alarm Logs window is displayed.
  5. In the Query Alarm Logs window, right-click major and critical alarms and then choose Save > Save All Records to save them.
Updated: 2019-04-01

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