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HUAWEI CLOUD Stack 6.5.0 Alarm and Event Reference 04

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ALM-MOCertMgmt_100101 The Certificate Is About to Expire

ALM-MOCertMgmt_100101 The Certificate Is About to Expire

Alarm Description

This alarm is generated when a certificate that is about to expire is available in the ManageOne system (the validity period of the certificate is less than 30 days).

Alarm Attribute

Alarm ID

Alarm Severity

Alarm Type

MOCertMgmt_100101

Critical/Major

QoS

Alarm Parameters

Name

Description

Certificate Name

Name of the certificate that is about to expire and the validity period of the certificate.

Component

Name of the component to which the certificate belongs.

Impact on the System

When a certificate expires, services are severely affected or even services are interrupted. In this case, you need to replace the certificate in time.

Possible Causes

The certificate in the system is about to expire. If the validity period of the certificate is less than 30 days, the alarm is a major alarm. If validity period of the certificate is less than 7 days, the alarm is a critical alarm.

Handling Procedure

  1. Open the Details page of the corresponding alarm and view the name of the certificate for which this alarm is generated and the component to which the certificate belongs.
  2. Rectify the fault based on the certificate expiration scenarios.

    • If the certificate name is ManageOne-PKI and the certificate has expired, manually replace the PKI certificate by referring to Manually Updating the PKI Certificate and Restoring the FusionSphere-Keystone PKI Certificates.
    • If the certificate name starts with FusionSphere, check whether ALM-9915 Certificate Expiration Early Warning and ALM-70086 Certificate Expiration Early Warning exist in the system. If yes, refer to the corresponding alarm link. If no, perform 3 through 6.
    • For other scenarios, update the certificate by performing 3 through 6.

  3. Choose System > Unified Certificate from the main menu to go to the certificate management page.
  4. Select the region and component to which the target certificate belongs in Select Region and Select Component, respectively.
  5. Select the name of the certificate to be updated and click Update corresponding to the name.
  6. Check the Certificate Update Status. If Successful is displayed, the certificate is successfully updated. Otherwise, try to update the certificate again or contact technical support for assistance.

Alarm Clearance

After the certificate that is about to expire is updated, you can manually clear the alarm or wait for the system to automatically clear the alarm.

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Updated: 2019-08-30

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