RMS Alarms

RMS Alarms
RMS Alarms
• Upload Server Alarms, page 1
• PMG Alarms, page 3
• PAR Alarms, page 4
• PNR System Alarms, page 7
• BAC Alarms, page 8
Upload Server Alarms
The Upload Server includes the SNMP alarm support that uses the CMHS MIB in triggering the alarms to
the Syslog.
The Upload Server includes the following SNMP configuration parameters in UploadServer.properties:
• Number of SNMP Trap destinations - alarms.snmp.nummanagers
• IP address, Port, and community String per SNMP destination:
◦alarms.snmp.manager.address.1=127.0.0.1
◦alarms.snmp.manager.port.1=162
◦alarms.snmp.manager.community.1=public
This table includes some of the Upload Server alarms triggered during the monitoring of the Upload Server
processes.
Table 1: Upload Server Alarms
Upload Server Alarms
Description
OS booting up
The alarm indicates that the Upload Server host OS
is booting up.
OS shutting down
The alarm indicates that the Upload Server host OS
is shutting down.
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Process watchdog is not running (Upload)
The alarm indicates that the Upload Server watchdog
process "god" is not running on the Upload Node.
Process watchdog is running (Upload)
The alarm indicates that the Upload Server watchdog
process "god" is running on the Upload Node.
Disk failure
The alarm indicates that one of the internal RAID
disks has failed.
This table lists some of the Upload Server conditions and the corresponding syslog messages generated as
output.
Table 2: Upload Server Syslog Messages
Upload Server Conditions
Syslog Messages
Upload Server process is started
"UploadServer is starting"
Upload Server process is stopped
"UploadServer is shutting down"
Upload Server process is terminated
"UploadServer has stopped by request (watchdog may
restart it)"
Upload Server disk usage exceeds the INFO threshold "AlarmEvents Total disk utilization: exceeds INFO
threshold"
Upload Server disk usage exceeds the WARNING
threshold
"AlarmEvents Total disk utilization: exceeds
WARNING threshold"
Upload Server disk usage exceeds the CRITICAL
threshold
"AlarmEvents Total disk utilization: exceeds
CRITICAL threshold"
The Upload Server also includes Watchdog alarms that ensure proper functioning and monitoring of the
processes. This table lists some of the watchdog commands used to monitor the status of an Upload Server:
Table 3: Upload Server Watchdog Commands
Watchdog Command
Description
sudo god start UploadServer
To start the Upload Server.
sudo god stop UploadServer
To stop the Upload Server.
sudo god restart UploadServer
To restart the Upload Server.
sudo god status UploadServer
To check the status of the Upload Server.
This table lists the Upload Server watchdog alarm events triggered during the monitoring of the processes,
along with the respective Syslog messages.
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PMG Alarms
Table 4: Upload Server Watchdog Alarms
Event Trigger
Alarm Message
Event Destination
MIB
Process started
successfully
"UploadServer has
started"
Syslog, SNMP
CISCO-MHS-MIB
Processes exited
unexpectedly
"UploadServer exited
unexpectedly"
Syslog, SNMP
CISCO-MHS-MIB
Processes restart
attempted
"UploadServer will
attempt to restart"
Syslog, SNMP
CISCO-MHS-MIB
Port going from up or
down state too quickly
"UploadServer is
restarting too quickly"
Syslog, SNMP
CISCO-MHS-MIB
PMG Alarms
The PMG triggers alarms for the following conditions and these logs are logged to the file "pmg-alarm.log".
PMG raise ciscoMhsServerAlarm and ciscoMhsServerAlarmClear Alarms those are defined in
CISCO-MHS-MIB.
This table lists the alarm conditions and the alarm messages logged for PMG.
Table 5: PMG Alarms
Alarm Condition
Alarm Trigger
Alarm Level
Alarm Text
Connection with the RDU When BAC RDU process Critical
lost
is down
Alarm raised: Type=RDU
Connection
Connection with RDU
established
Alarm resolved:
Type=RDU Connection
When BAC RDU process Clear
is up
PMG process terminated pmgServer.sh stop or
PMG server terminated
abruptly.
Critical
PMG serever is
terminated
PMG process has started pmgServer.sh start
Clear
PMG Server has started
PMG North bound
connection limit
approaching.
When PMG NBI
Warning
connections approaching
the limit specified in
pmg.max.connections
property in
PMGServer.properties.
PMG Connection
threshold limit
approaching.
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PMG North bound
When PMG NBI
Critical
connection limit exceeded connections exceeded the
limit specified in
pmg.max.connections
property in
PMGServer.properties.
PMG Connection
threshold limit Exceeded.
Connection with the
Radius server is lost.
When Radius server is
down
Alarm raised: Type =
RADIUS Connection
Connection with Radius
server is restored
When Radius server is up Clear
Minor
Alarm raised: Type =
RADIUS Connection
The following are the SNMP trap destination configuration in the PMGServer.properties file.
• Number of SNMP Trap destinations - pmg.alarms.snmp.nummanagers
• IP address, Port, and community String per SNMP destination - Multiple SNMP trap desination are
configured as below:
#Alarm
pmg.alarms.snmp.nummanagers=2
pmg.alarms.snmp.manager.address.1=127.0.0.1
pmg.alarms.snmp.manager.port.1=162
pmg.alarms.snmp.manager.community.1=public
pmg.alarms.snmp.manager.address.2=10.30.34.22
PAR Alarms
This table lists the CAR system alarms that are triggered during the monitoring of the processes, along with
the respective Syslog messages.
Table 6: PAR System Alarms
Alarm Message
Description
"Process watchdog is not Indicates that the CAR
running (CAR)"
watchdog process "
Event Destination
MIB
Syslog
n/a
Syslog
n/a
arservagt
" is not running.
"Process watchdog is
running (CAR)"
Indicates that the CAR
watchdog process "
arservagt
" is running on the host.
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"CAR process "radius" is Indicates that the CAR
not running"
process "
Syslog
n/a
Syslog
n/a
Syslog
n/a
Syslog
n/a
Syslog
n/a
Syslog
n/a
radius
" is not running.
"CAR process "radius" is Indicates that the CAR
running"
watchdog process "
radius
" is running on the host.
"CAR process
"arlockmgr" is not
running"
Indicates that the CAR
process "
"CAR process
"arlockmgr" is running"
Indicates that the CAR
watchdog process "
arlockmgr
" is not running.
arlockmgr
" is running on the host.
"CAR process "armcdsvr" Indicates that the CAR
is not running"
process "
armcdsvr
" is not running.
"CAR process "armcdsvr" Indicates that the CAR
is running"
watchdog process "
armcdsvr
" is running on the host.
"CAR server stop"
Indicates that the server
has stopped normally on
the host from which this
notification is sent.
SNMP
CISCO-ACCESS-REGISTRAR-MIB
"CAR input queue full"
Indicates that the
SNMP
percentage of usage of the
packet input queue has
reached its high threshold
of 90%.
CISCO-ACCESS-REGISTRAR-MIB
"CAR input queue not
very full"
Indicates that the
percentage usage of the
packet input queue has
dropped below the low
threshold of 60%.
CISCO-ACCESS-REGISTRAR-MIB
SNMP
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"CAR license usage"
Indicates the percentage SNMP
of license usage. This trap
is generated when CAR
server reaches license
usage thresholds for 80%,
90%, 100%, and 110%.
CISCO-ACCESS-REGISTRAR-MIB
"Worker threads
exhausted"
Indicates that server
exhausted the worker
threads.
Syslog
n/a
"Failed to initialize"
Failed to initialize the
BAC CAR extensions.
Syslog
n/a
"Extension point service
initialized"
Indicates that the BAC
CAR extensions have
successfully initialized.
Syslog
n/a
"Extension point
shutdown"
Indicates that the BAC
CAR extensions have
been shut down.
Typically occurs when
CAR is being stopped.
Syslog
n/a
"Failed to load extension" Failed to load the BAC
CAR extensions.
Syslog
n/a
"Failed to process
RADIUS request from
HNB-GW"
Indicates a processing
error from the CAR
extensions when
communicating with a
BAC DPE.
Syslog
n/a
"Processed RADIUS
request"
Indicates that the CAR
extensions successfully
processed a RADIUS
request.
Syslog
n/a
"Failed to locate DPE"
Indicates that the BAC
Syslog
CAR extensions are
unable to communicate
with the configured BAC
DPE.
n/a
"Successfully posted
request to DPE"
Indicates that the BAC
Syslog
CAR extensions are able
to communicate with the
configured BAC DPE.
n/a
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PNR System Alarms
For details about configuring SNMP destinations for receiving CAR Alarms, refer to Using SNMP in Cisco
Access Registrar, 5.1 User Guide ( http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/access_registrar/5.1/user/
guide/CAR5.1_usersguide.pdf).
PNR System Alarms
This table lists the PNR system alarms that are triggered during the monitoring of the processes, along with
the respective Syslog messages.
Table 7: PNR System Alarms
Alarm Notification
Description
Event Destination
MIB
"cDhcpv4ServerStartTime" Signifies that the server SNMP
of the specified type has
started on the host from
which this notification is
sent.
CISCO-IETF-DHCP-SERVER-MIB
"cDhcpv4ServerStopTime" Signifies that the server
of the specified type has
stopped normally on the
host from which this
notification is sent.
SNMP
CISCO-IETF-DHCP-SERVER-MIB
"cDhcpv4ServerFreeAddress Signifies that the number SNMP
High"
of available IPv4
addresses for a particular
shared network is above
the value of
CISCO-IETF-DHCP-SERVER-MIB
cDhcpv4ServerSharedNetFreeAddrHigh
Threshold
.
"cDhcpv4ServerFreeAddress Signifies that the number SNMP
Low"
of available IPv4
addresses for a particular
shared network is below
the value of
CISCO-IETF-DHCP-SERVER-MIB
cDhcpv4ServerSharedNetFreeAddrLow
Threshold
.
"Process watchdog is not Indicates that the CNR
running (CNR)"
watchdog process "
Syslog
n/a
nwreglocal
" is not running.
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"Process watchdog is
running (CNR)"
Indicates that the CNR
watchdog process "
Syslog
n/a
bpr_agent
" is running on the host.
For details about configuring SNMP destinations for receiving CNR Alarms, refer to the Simple Network
Management in Cisco Prime Network Registrar 8.1 User Guide (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/
net_mgmt/prime/network_registrar/8.1/user/guide/CPNR81UserGuide.pdf ).
BAC Alarms
This table lists the BAC alarms that are triggered during the monitoring of the processes, along with the
respective Syslog messages.
Table 8: BAC Alarms
Alarm Message
Description
Event Destination
MIB
"DPE out of disk space"
Notifies that the DPE
hard drive is full.
Syslog
n/a
"DPE out of memory"
Indicates that the DPE
process has run out of
memory.
Syslog
n/a
"Failed to connect to
RDU"
Indicates that the RDU
cannot be contacted.
Syslog
n/a
"Connected to RDU"
Indicates that the DPE is Syslog
connected to the RDU.
n/a
"Failed to start DPE
process"
Indicates that process
watchdog failed to start
the DPE process.
Syslog
n/a
"DPE process terminated" Process watchdog detects Syslog
that the DPE process
unexpectedly terminated.
n/a
"DPE process has started" Indicates that process
watchdog failed to start
the DPE process.
Syslog
n/a
"DPE process has
stopped"
Syslog
n/a
Indicates that the DPE
process is stopped.
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"Process watchdog is not Indicates that the DPE
running (DPE)"
watchdog process "
Syslog
n/a
Indicates that the DPE
Syslog
watchdog process
"bpr_agent" is running on
the host.
n/a
"RDU out of disk space" Indicates that RDU is out Syslog
of disk space.
n/a
"RDU out of memory"
Indicates that RDU is out Syslog
of memory.
n/a
"RDU is running out of
licenses"
Indicates that RDU is
running out of licenses.
Syslog
n/a
"Failed to start RDU
process"
Indicates that process
watchdog failed to start
the RDU process.
Syslog
n/a
"RDU process terminated' Triggered when the
Syslog
process watchdog detects
the RDU process
unexpectedly terminated.
n/a
"RDU process has
started"
Indicates that process
watchdog failed to start
the RDU process.
Syslog
n/a
"RDU process has
stopped"
Indicates that the RDU
process is stopped.
Syslog
n/a
"RDU process has
stopped"
Indicates that the RDU
process is stopped.
Syslog
n/a
"The tomcat unexpectedly This alarm is triggered
Syslog
terminated"
when the process
watchdog detects that the
webserver which runs
PMG and UI services has
unexpectedly terminated.
n/a
bpr_agent
" is not running on the
host.
"Process watchdog is
running (DPE)"
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"The tomcat has started" This alarm indicates that Syslog
the process watchdog
failed to start the web
server which runs PMG
and UI services.
n/a
"The tomcat has stopped" This alarm indicates that Syslog
the web server which runs
PMG and User
Equipment (UE) is
stopped.
n/a
cDhcpv4ServerStartTime This notification signifies SNMP
that the server of the
specified type has started
on the host from which
this notification is sent.
CISCO-IETF-DHCP-SERVERMIB
"cDhcpv4ServerStopTime" This notification signifies SNMP
that the server of the
specified type has stopped
normally on the host from
which the notification is
sent.
CISCO-IETF-DHCP-SERVERMIB
"cDhcpv4ServerFreeAddressHigh" This notification signifies SNMP
that the number of
available IPv4 addresses
for a particular shared
network has risen above
the value of
CISCO-IETF-DHCP-SERVERMIB
cDhcpv4ServerSharedNetFreeAddrHighThreshold
for that shared network.
"cDhcpv4ServerFreeAddress This notification signifies SNMP
Low"
that the number of
available IPv4 addresses
for a particular shared
network has fallen below
the value of
CISCO-IETF-DHCP-SERVERMIB
cDhcpv4ServerSharedNetFreeAddrLowThreshold
for that shared network.
"srlStateSrlFull"
This alarm indicates that SNMP
the replication log disk
has filled up.
VRTS-VVR-UX.mib
"repStatusRepStarted"
This alarm indicates that SNMP
the replication process has
started.
VRTS-VVR-UX.mib
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"repStatusRepStopped"
This alarm indicates that SNMP
the replication process has
stopped.
VRTS-VVR-UX.mib
For details about configuring SNMP destinations for receiving BAC Alarms, refer to the Configuring SNMP
Trap for CPEs section in Cisco Broadband Access Center Administration Guide 3.8.1 (http://www.cisco.com/
c/en/us/td/docs/net_mgmt/broadband_access_center/3-8-1/administration/guide/Cisco_BAC381_Admin_Guide/
chap_4.html#pgfId-1042091).
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