Cabletron Systems SPECTRUM 1800 User`s guide

®
Event Log
User’s Guide
Notice
Cabletron Systems reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information
contained in this document without prior notice. The reader should in all cases consult Cabletron
Systems to determine whether any such changes have been made.
The hardware, firmware, or software described in this manual is subject to change without notice.
IN NO EVENT SHALL CABLETRON SYSTEMS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS MANUAL OR
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT, EVEN IF CABLETRON SYSTEMS HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF, KNOWN, OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
Copyright © May, 1998, by Cabletron Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Printed in the United States of America.
Order Number: 9032583 E1
Cabletron Systems, Inc.
P.O. Box 5005
Rochester, NH 03866-5005
SPECTRUM, the SPECTRUM IMT/VNM logo, DCM, IMT, and VNM are registered
trademarks, and SpectroGRAPH, SpectroSERVER, Inductive Modeling Technology,
Device Communications Manager, and Virtual Network Machine are trademarks of
Cabletron Systems, Inc.
Adobe and Acrobat are a trademarks of Adobe Systems, Inc.
C++ is a trademark of American Telephone and Telegraph, Inc.
UNIX, OSF/1 and Motif are registered trademarks of The Open Group.
X Window System is a trademark of the X Consortium.
Ethernet is a trademark of Xerox Corporation.
9032583 E1
i
Virus Disclaimer
Cabletron Systems makes no representations or warranties to the effect that the Licensed
Software is virus-free.
Cabletron has tested its software with current virus checking technologies. However, because no
anti-virus system is 100% reliable, we strongly caution you to write protect and then verify that
the Licensed Software, prior to installing it, is virus-free with an anti-virus system in which you
have confidence.
Restricted Rights Notice
(Applicable to licenses to the United States Government only.)
1. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in
subparagraph (c) (1) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at
DFARS 252.227-7013.
Cabletron Systems, Inc., 35 Industrial Way, Rochester, New Hampshire 03866-5005.
2. (a) This computer software is submitted with restricted rights. It may not be used,
reproduced, or disclosed by the Government except as provided in paragraph (b) of this
Notice or as otherwise expressly stated in the contract.
(b) This computer software may be:
(c)
(1)
Used or copied for use in or with the computer or computers for which it was
acquired, including use at any Government installation to which such computer or
computers may be transferred;
(2)
Used or copied for use in a backup computer if any computer for which it was
acquired is inoperative;
(3)
Reproduced for safekeeping (archives) or backup purposes;
(4)
Modified, adapted, or combined with other computer software, provided that the
modified, combined, or adapted portions of the derivative software incorporating
restricted computer software are made subject to the same restricted rights;
(5)
Disclosed to and reproduced for use by support service contractors in accordance with
subparagraphs (b) (1) through (4) of this clause, provided the Government makes
such disclosure or reproduction subject to these restricted rights; and
(6)
Used or copied for use in or transferred to a replacement computer.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, if this computer software is published copyrighted
computer software, it is licensed to the Government, without disclosure prohibitions, with
the minimum rights set forth in paragraph (b) of this clause.
(d) Any other rights or limitations regarding the use, duplication, or disclosure of this
computer software are to be expressly stated in, or incorporated in, the contract.
(e)
ii
This Notice shall be marked on any reproduction of this computer software, in whole or in part.
Event Log
User’s Guide
Contents
Preface
Who Should Read This Guide ............................................................................................. vii
What Is in This Guide ......................................................................................................... vii
Getting Help ....................................................................................................................... viii
Chapter 1
Introduction
Operating the Event Log via a Remote VNM ................................................................... 1-2
Installing Only the Event Log ..................................................................................... 1-2
Setting the Display Environment ............................................................................... 1-2
Starting the Event Log from the Command Line ...................................................... 1-3
Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH ................................................................... 1-3
Splash Window ................................................................................................................... 1-6
Chapter 2
Managing Events with the Event Log
Event Log Main Window .................................................................................................... 2-1
Event Information Panel ............................................................................................. 2-2
Event List Panel........................................................................................................... 2-3
Filter/Search Panel ...................................................................................................... 2-3
Event Log Menus ......................................................................................................... 2-3
Event Log Toolbar ........................................................................................................ 2-5
Dialog Buttons.............................................................................................................. 2-6
Event Paging Scheme ......................................................................................................... 2-6
Filtering Events.................................................................................................................. 2-8
Sorting Events .................................................................................................................... 2-9
Column Order ................................................................................................................... 2-10
Setting Preferences........................................................................................................... 2-11
Iconized Event Log ........................................................................................................... 2-14
9032583 E1
iii
Contents
iv
Event Log
User’s Guide
Figures
Chapter 2
Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-2.
Managing Events with the Event Log
Event Log Main Window ...................................................................................... 2-2
Iconized Event Log ............................................................................................. 2-14
9032583 E1
v
9032583 E1
Figures
vi
Preface
Who Should Read This Guide
Welcome to the Event Log User’s Guide. You should read this guide if you
are going to monitor SpectroSERVER events.
Prior to using the Event Log, you should be familiar with basic SPECTRUM
concepts as described in the following documents:
Getting Started with SPECTRUM for Operators
The Operator’s area of the SPECTRUM Documentation Roadmap.
What Is in This Guide
This guide shows you how to use Event Log to monitor SPECTRUM events.
The guide is organized topically as follows:
Chapter
9032583 E1
Description
Chapter 1
Introduction
Introduces the Event Log and describes
installation and start-up processes when using
either a remote or locally installed
SpectroSERVER, and provides view access
methods from the command line and from
SpectroGRAPH menus.
Chapter 2
Managing Events with
Event Log
Describes the main Event Log window and how
to best use the menu options, and panel
information to manage events.
Preface
vii
Getting Help
Getting Help
For additional support for SPECTRUM products, or to make comments or
suggestions regarding SPECTRUM or this manual, contact Cabletron
Systems Technical Support via one of the following means:
Location
Mail
FAX
Telephone
603-337-3075
603-337-3500
(*)-44-635-552062
(*)-44-635-580000
Europe
Cabletron Systems, Ltd.
Network House
Newbury Business Park
London Road, Newbury
Berkshire, England RG13 2PZ
E-mail: eurospec@ctron.com
(*)-61-2-950-5950
(*)-61-2-950-5900
Pacific
Cabletron Systems, Inc.
Allambie Grove Estate
25 French’s Forest Road East
French’s Forest, NSW 2086
Sydney, Australia
E-mail: spectrum-support@ctron.com
(*)-81-3-3459-1985
(*)-81-3-3459-1981
Japan
Cabletron Systems, KK
Hamamatsucho MK Bldg.
4th Floor
1-4-12 Kaigan, Minato-Ku
Tokyo 101 Japan
E-mail: spectrum-support@ctron.com
(*)-65-7763382
(*)-65-7755355
Singapore
Cabletron Systems, Inc.
85 Science Park Drive
#03-03/04
The Cavendish
Singapore 051
E-mail: spectrum-support@ctron.com
(*)-49-6103/991-229 (*)-49-6103/991-269
Germany
Cabletron Systems GmbH
Dreieich Park
Im Gefierth 13d
63303 Dreieich
Frankfurt, Germany
E-mail: spec-germany@ctron.com
Cabletron Systems, Inc.
P. O. Box 5005
North America
Rochester, NH 03866-5005
E-mail: spectrum-support@ctron.com
*International Operator Code
Questions About SPECTRUM Documentation?
E-MAIL
Preface
viii
Send your questions, comments or suggestions regarding SPECTRUM
documentation to the Technical Communications Department directly via the
following internet address:
spectrum-techdocs@ctron.com
Event Log
User’s Guide
Chapter 1
Introduction
This chapter details how to use Event Log in conjunction with SpectroGRAPH and as a standalone application.
The Event Log provides a fault isolation tool that allows network
administrators to determine what network events are occurring and allows
them to access this information quickly. It maintains an historical logged
database of all network events. The Event Log provides an event sorting
mechanism, provides a level of online help, and scrolls out event information
with the option of stopping the list to view a user-defined time range of events.
The Event Log provides the following functionality:
• SpectroSERVER event handling to display event information across a
single landscape.
• Sorting of events by one or more sorting types, including: model name,
model type name, event code, user name, date and time, and event
message.
• Context-sensitive help and on-line documentation.
• Improved event display to allow viewing of a user defined range of events.
• Print mechanism to make a hard copy of the event log.
• The ability to access and display archived events seamlessly as if the
events were not archived.
9032583 E1
1-1
Operating the Event Log via a Remote VNM
Operating the Event Log via a Remote VNM
The Event Log can be run from your local SPECTRUM directory with
SpectroSERVER and SpectroGRAPH installed on your local drive, or in a
stand-alone mode using a remote SpectroSERVER. If you install just the
Event Log locally and use it in a stand-alone mode, you must use command
line instructions to set the proper environment variables and start the
application.
Installing Only the Event Log
To install only the Event Log, use the normal install process as detailed in the
SPECTRUM Installation Guide. In this case, you would start the
install.cd command and enter an extraction key containing only the Event
Log. Note that under this scenario, the “Select all SpectroSERVER
components” and “Select all SpectroGRAPH components” options in the
Installation Configuration window will be grayed out, and only the “Select all
external applications” option will be available.
Setting the Display Environment
If you are operating the Event Log without SpectroGRAPH, you must set up
your environment before starting the application.
In your SPECTRUM directory, change directories to the Install-Tools
directory. Within this directory are the setup.csh (for C shell) and
setup.ksh (for Korn shell) files. You need to “source” the appropriate file,
depending on which shell you are using, by typing the following from the
Install-Tools directory:
source setup.csh
or
. setup.ksh
Example:
Introduction
1-2
<SPECTRUM directory path>/Install-Tools source
setup.csh
Event Log
User’s Guide
Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH
Starting the Event Log from the Command Line
Starting the Event Log from the Command Line
To start the Event Log from the command line, in the SPECTRUM directory,
change directories to the SG-Support/CsExtProcess directory (which
contains the Event Log executable) and type the following:
EventLog -vnm <vnm name>
Example:
NOTE
<SPECTRUM directory path>/SG-Support/CsExtProcess
EventLog-vnm <vnm name>
If the error message, “Location on <vnm name>: no model in SpectroSERVER
for user.” is encountered, it could mean there is no user model for you in the
database, and you should contact your network administrator.
Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH
To access the Event Log from a SpectroGRAPH menu, select View > New
View -> Events. This will display events for the local landscape
SpectroGRAPH is connected to.
9032583 E1
Introduction
1-3
Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH
To access the Event Log from a Landscape model, highlight the Landscape
icon and select View -> Icon Subviews-> Landscape Events. This will
display events for only that landscape.
Model Name
4
1
7
Landscape
Introduction
1-4
Event Log
User’s Guide
Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH
To access the Event View for a specific model or models, click on the model
icon to highlight it (use the Shift key to select multiple models) and select
View -> Icon Subviews -> Events. This will bring up Event Log against
only the selected models, and will display any events that are on those models.
If any of the selected models are container models (LAN_802_3, IPClassB,
etc.), all events on devices contained within the container model will also be
displayed.
9032583 E1
Introduction
1-5
Splash Window
Splash Window
A “splash” window is displayed when the Event Log is started and will remain
displayed until the application is done processing the necessary data to
display the Event Log’s main window. This dialog, shown below, contains the
copyright date, release version, Event Log icon, and the application name.
Introduction
1-6
Event Log
User’s Guide
Chapter 2
Managing Events with the Event
Log
This chapter describes the Event Log main window and details how to use the application’s
features for managing events.
Event Log Main Window
The main Event Log window is composed of the following three panels:
• Event Information Panel displays detailed information on the selected
event.
• Event List Panel displays a list of current, non-filtered events.
• Filter/Search Panel filters or searches the list for specific data by column
category.
When an event occurs, it is added to the list of events in the Event List Panel
of the Event Log (if it does not match the filtering criteria). The related event
information is recorded in the Event Log.
Highlight an event in any row of the Event List Panel to display detailed
information for that event in the Event Information Panel. Figure 2-1 shows
the Event Log Main window.
9032583 E1
2-1
Event Log Main Window
Event Information Panel
Figure 2-1.
Event Log Main Window
Event
Information
Panel
Event List
Panel
Search/
Filter Panel
Event Information Panel
The Event Information Panel displays detailed information about the event
selected in the Event List.
Device Icon
The icon for the device or application associated with the
event (if applicable). The right mouse button activates the
icon’s drop-down menu from anywhere in the view.
Event Message
Displays the complete event message that corresponds with
the event highlighted in the Event List.
Extra Data
Displays all hidden event data fields for the selected event
entry.
Event Page Time
Shows the event time range (starting and ending date and
time) that is currently displayed in the Event List.
Event Message
Displays the text message related to the event.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-2
Event Log
User’s Guide
Event Log Main Window
Event List Panel
Event List Panel
The Event List Panel displays a scrollable list of all events that fit the current
filtering and sorting criteria.
Date/Time
Displays the date and time that the event occurred.
Model Name
Displays the model name of the device or application that
generated the event.
Model Type
Displays the model type of the device or application that generated
the event.
Event Code
Displays the Event Code of the event.
User Name
Displays the User Name associated with the event.
Filter/Search Panel
The Filter/Search Panel displays the number of each type of event that is not
filtered.
Filter/
Search
Filters or searches the list for specific data by column category.
Select a column category from the Column Choice box at right,
then type a string into the text box.
Shown
Displays a pop-up menu where you can choose what column to
filter or search on in the list, then type a string into the text box at
right.
The default setting is “Shown” which filters or searches all visible
columns for a match.
Prev
Searches for the previous entry matching the text you searched for.
Next
Searches for the next entry matching the text you searched for.
Event Log Menus
The options that are available from the Event Log menus are described in the
following paragraphs.
File
This menu allows you to print and exit from the Event Log.
9032583 E1
Print
Print Setup...
Displays a dialog where you can set printing
options.
Print Selected... Prints a selected event or events.
Print All...
Prints all events.
Window...
Displays a dialog from which you can print
the Event Log window.
Exit
Exits the Event Log.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-3
Event Log Main Window
View
This menu allows you to view various information about the Event Log
application.
Show Tool Bar
Toggles on/off the display of the tool bar.
Show Tool Tips
Toggles on/off the display of the tool bar icon descriptions.
Show Status Help
Toggles on/off the display of status help in the status bar.
Connection Status
Information
Selecting this option accesses a dialog that show the status
connection of the SpectroSERVER to which you are connected.
Show Filter/Search
Panel
Toggles on/off the display of the Filter/Search panel.
Page Up
Pages backward in time by one page time length what is
displayed in the Event List.
Page Down
Pages forward in time by one page time length what is
displayed in the Event List.
Page to Latest
Displays the most current events page in the Event List.
Filter
Displays the Filter dialog where you can select which events to
display or hide in the event list using two configuration panels:
Model Type and Miscellaneous (Event Code, Model Name, and
User Name).
Sort
Selecting this option displays the Sort dialog, where you can
choose three columns that the event list will be sorted by, and
specify, for each of those columns, whether the the sort order is
ascending or descending.
The initial setting of the Event Log has the “Date/Time”
column as the first column sorted, with its sort order as
“ascending” so that the most current events are displayed at
the bottom of the event list, and the least current events at the
top.
Column Order
Selecting this option displays the Column Order dialog, where
you can select which columns to show or hide in the event list,
and arrange the order, left to right, in which they appear. The
default order is: Date/Time, Model Name, Model Type, Event
Code, User Name.
Event
This menu provides a selection that allows you to enter a text message as an
event.
Options
This menu provides a selection for setting the start-up defaults of the Event
Log to better suit your needs.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-4
Event Log
User’s Guide
Event Log Main Window
Event Log Toolbar
Help
This menu provides selections that allow you to access information about
using the Event Log.
What’s This
Selecting this option puts you in the “What’s This?” help mode,
indicated by a question mark added to the cursor. While in this
mode, click on an area of the screen or a toolbar button to get
help on that item.
About Event Log
Selecting this option displays a dialog that provides
application version and copyright information.
OnLine Manuals
Selecting this option accesses SPECTRUM On-Line
documentation.
Event Log Toolbar
The toolbar below the Menu allows you to access menu choices quickly by
clicking on a toolbar icon (button).
TIP
When the cursor is placed on top of a toolbar icon, pop-up text identifying the
tool is displayed. Further descriptive text is provided when the What’s This?
help option is selected and the toolbar button is clicked.
Filter dialog
button
Displays the Filter dialog where you can select which
events to display or hide in the event list using two
configuration panels: Model Type and Miscellaneous
(Event Code, Model Name, and User Name).
Sort dialog
button
Displays the Sort dialog, where you can choose three
columns that the event list will be sorted by, and specify,
for each of those columns, whether the the sort order is
ascending or descending.
The initial setting of the Event Log has the “Date/Time”
column as the first column sorted, with its sort order as
“ascending” so that the most current events are displayed
at the top of the event list, and the least current events at
the bottom.
Column Order
dialog button
What’s This?
button
9032583 E1
Displays the Column Order dialog, where you can select
which columns to show or hide in the event list, and
arrange the order, left to right, in which they appear. The
default order is: Date/Time, Model Name, Model Type,
Event Code, User Name.
?
Changes the cursor to a question mark which, when
clicked on any area of the Event Log window, displays a
short description of the selected area.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-5
Event Paging Scheme
Dialog Buttons
Dialog Buttons
Each Event Log dialog provides all or some of the following buttons.
OK
Sets your new filter parameters and closes the dialog.
Reset
Resets the filter selections to the default parameters, and
leaves the dialog open.
Clear
Clears all filters, and leaves the dialog open. If you click OK,
all alarms in the network will be displayed.
Cancel
Closes the dialog without any changes in the filter settings.
Event Paging Scheme
Events are separated into date and time ranged segments. These segments
are referred to as “Pages” and are the basis of how events are viewed in the
Event Log. Each page consists of only the events that have occurred within
that range of time. The Event Page Time Panel in the mian view shows the
event time range (starting and ending date and time) that is currently
displayed in the Event List. By default, this range of time is 30 minutes and
can be changed by the user.
Only a single event page can be viewed at one time. The ability to view other
event pages is provided under the View drop-down menu pick or through the
Event Page Time Panel shown below. This panel sets the start, end, and range
of events to request for.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-6
Event Log
User’s Guide
Event Paging Scheme
The Event Page Time Panel includes the following display options:
Start shows the starting date and time of the event range or page
currently displayed in the Event List.
End shows the ending date and time of the event range or page
currently displayed in the Event List.
Length shows the length of time (days+hours:minutes:seconds)
currently displayed in the Event List.
Apply requests the event data for the specified time range to be
displayed in the Event List.
Reset resets all time entries to the last valid time entries.
Page Up ↑ pages backward in time by one page time length what is
displayed in the Event List.
Page Down ↓ pages forward in time by one page time length what is
displayed in the Event List.
Display Current Page of Events enables or disables the viewing of
the the most current events.
9032583 E1
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-7
Filtering Events
Filtering Events
You can establish the criteria by which the list of events is displayed by
setting filters. These filtering subsets make it possible for you to customize
your Event Log application to display events appropriate to your networking
needs. Only those events that meet all filtering criteria set by the user are
displayed.
The Filter dialog, shown below, displays two tabbed pages for setting various
types of event filters. The options available with each filter are retrieved from
the database that is being used to model your network.
To filter events:
1. Select Filter... from the View drop-down menu bar or click the Filter
toolbar button.
2. Select the desired filters.
Possible filter options are:
•
•
•
•
Model Type
Model Name
Event Code
User Name
The Model Type tab provides access to the Model Type filter. The
Miscellaneous tab provides access to the Model Name, Event Code, and User
Name filters.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-8
Event Log
User’s Guide
Sorting Events
Sorting Events
You can modify the Event Log to best suit your needs by selecting a parameter
on which to sort the events through the Sort dialog, shown below. You may
only sort on one parameter at a time.
To sort events:
1. Select Sort... from the View drop-down menu or click the sort toolbar
button.
2. Select the desired sort field.
Possible sorting options are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
9032583 E1
Date/Time
Model Name
Model Type
Event Code
User Name
Event Message
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-9
Column Order
Column Order
You can select which columns to show or hide in the Event List, and arrange
the order, left to right, in which they appear through the Column Order dialog,
shown below.
To change the column order displayed in the Event List:
1. Select Column Order... from the View drop-down menu bar or click the
Column Order toolbar button.
2. Select the desired column order.
Possible column order show /hide options are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Date/Time
Model Name
Model Type
Event Code
User Name
Event Message
Columns can also be ordered by selecting the header of a column in the Event
List Panel, dragging that selected column to the desired column position
desired, and dropping it into that column. The dragged column will be
inserted in the list panel between the column in the drop position and the
column just before the drop position.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-10
Event Log
User’s Guide
Setting Preferences
Setting Preferences
You can change the startup defaults of the Event Log to best suit your needs
by using the Application Preferences dialog box. The dialog box allows you to
customize and save preference settings, which provides persistence from one
run of Event Log to another (when you save the changes by using the Make
Changes Permanent button). You access the dialog box from the Options
menu. The illustration below shows the Event Log Application Preferences
dialog box with the Display page selected.
To access the Application Preferences dialog box, select Options ->
Preferences. The fields for the five tabbed pages are outlined below. Default
settings are shown in parentheses in the first column; deselected signifies a
raised button, and selected signifies a recessed button.
9032583 E1
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-11
Setting Preferences
The Connection preference page fields are:
Connection Confirmation
Interval (60000ms/60 seconds)
The number of milliseconds between requests to the
server asking if it is still responding.
Connection Confirmation
Timeout (60000ms/60 seconds)
The number of milliseconds to wait for an answer
from the server confirming it is still responding.
Connection Retry Timeout
(20000)
Time for the client to wait for SpectroSERVER to
establish the initial connection before returning an
error.
Disable Queue Send (selected)
Disables queue to send request to the
SpectroSERVER.
Landscape Handle
Handle of the landscape to connect to. Overrides
the -vnm command line argument. Maps to the lhandle command line argument.
Mail Queue Size (128)
Maximum number of outstanding Mail Service
requests that an application can make.
Mail Response Timeout
(600000ms)
Minimum time, in milliseconds, Mail Service waits
for response from SpectroSERVER before request is
canceled.
Max Send Batch Size (512)
Maximum number of requested that are batched
together.
Model Handle
Handle of the model(s) to display alarms for. Maps
to the -mhandle command line argument.
Route Message Timeout
(1000ms)
Time (in milliseconds) to wait for landscape update
before canceling requests that cannot be routed.
SpectroGRAPH Machine
(defaultMachine)
Hostname on which the target SPECTRUM UI is
running.
SpectroGRAPH Machine Port
TCP port number on which the SPECTRUM UI is
accepting connections.
SpectroSERVER Machine
(defaultMachine)
Hostname on which the target SpectroSERVER is
running.
SpectroSERVER Machine Port
TCP port number on which SpectroSERVER is
accepting connections.
Unsolicited Queue Size (512)
Maximum number of unsolicited registrations
supported.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-12
Event Log
User’s Guide
Setting Preferences
The Display preference page fields are:
9032583 E1
Display Current Events
(selected)
Determines if the current event page is displayed.
Display Current Interval
(seconds)
The time, in seconds, between updates of currently
displayed events in the Event List.
Iconify At Startup (deselected)
If selected, the main window is iconified at startup.
Maximum Events (5000)
The maximum number of events that can be shown
in the Event List.
Page Time Length (1800)
The number of seconds that comprise the time in
the event page.
Save Column Widths
(selected)
Saves any changes made to column widths.
Save Shown Column Order
(selected)
Saves any changes made to column order.
Save Sorting Criteria
(selected)
Saves any changes made to the sorting criteria.
Show No Events Message
(deselected)
Determines if the “No Event Message” dialog is
displayed when an event page of time has no
events.
Table Column Header Font
(MediumB)
Font to display the Event List’s column headers in.
Table Data Font (MediumB)
Font to display the Event List’s data in.
Visible Rows (15)
Indicates the number of rows to display in the
Event List.
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-13
Iconized Event Log
Iconized Event Log
When the Event Log window is iconized, it appears as an icon containing an
clock and a notebook as shown in Figure 2-2. To restore the Event Log window
to its original size, double-click on the alarm clock icon or choose Restore
from the window manager menu.
Figure 2-2.
Iconized Event Log
Managing Events with the Event Log
2-14
Event Log
User’s Guide