Joe Clarke Mon, 03/03/2008 - 10:48
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The syslog messages deal with potential voltage problems on the device in question. This has nothing to do with CiscoWorks (i.e. RME is reporting what the device is telling it). You may have a bad power supply.

nancyrawls Mon, 03/03/2008 - 12:14
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I know but the devices are fine so.... let me rephrase - How do you configure Ciscoworks to not monitor/manage this? (I was thinking it would be like an interface you don't want to manage - you go into detailed device view in DFM and set the parameter Managed State to false so Ciscoworks doesn't monitor it). Thanks.

Joe Clarke Mon, 03/03/2008 - 12:25
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You can add a filter for this message under RME > Tools > Syslog > Message Filters. Then those messages will be ignored by RME, and will not show up in the syslog reports.

nancyrawls Tue, 03/04/2008 - 11:23
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Great. How long before the message should be filtered?

Joe Clarke Tue, 03/04/2008 - 11:33
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No new messages should be coming into the database. Messages that are already in the database will not be deleted.

nancyrawls Wed, 03/05/2008 - 06:17
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For some reason the filter is not working. The exact message is:

Device Name Interface Timestamp Facility[-Sub-facility] Severity Mnemonic Description Details

1. xxxx xxxx Mar 05 2008 00:39:56 CI 4 ENVWARN 2.5 Reference measured at 2.59


The exact message filter is:

Facility Sub-facility Severity Mnemonic Description

1. * CI 4 ENVWARN *Reference Measure*



What's wrong? Thanks.



Joe Clarke Wed, 03/05/2008 - 07:40
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The facility is CI, the subfacility is *,the severity is 4, and the mnemonic is ENVWARN. Your description looks okay.

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