Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation

View Alerts

You can view alerts from the Alerts page.

To view alerts:
  1. Click the Alerts tab.
    The Alerts page is displayed and all alerts are listed in table format.
  2. To configure which columns are displayed, click the plus sign to the right of the table. In the Select Columns dialog box, select the check boxes for the columns you want to display, and click Apply. The following columns are available:
    • Alert Id
    • Alert Status (Open or Closed)
    • Alert Name
    • Target Name
    • User Name (the user who caused the alert)
    • OS User Name
    • Client Host Name
    • Client IP
    • Operation
    • Operation Status
    • Object
    • Object Type
    • Alert Severity (Critical, High, or Medium)
    • Operation Time (when the alert was issued)
  3. To view an alert summary at the top of the page, do the following:
    1. Click Summary.
      Totals are displayed across the top of the page, including the number of targets that have alerts; the number of critical, high, and medium alerts that are present; and the number of open and closed alerts.
    2. To hide the summary information, click Summary again.
  4. To view more detail about a particular alert, do the following:
    1. Click an alert Id.
      The Alert Details dialog box displays the following information:
      • Target Name
      • Target Type
      • Target Class
      • Location
      • User Name
      • OS User Name
      • Client Host Name
      • Client Program
      • Terminal
      • Operation
      • Operation Status
      • Event Name
      • Command text
      • Command Param
      • Operation Time
      • Event Fetch Time
      • Extension
    2. To view parameters that have null values, click the Show Fields With No Data check box.
    3. To close the Alert Details dialog box, click the X in the upper-right corner.
  5. To filter the alert list:
    1. At the top of the table, click Filters.
    2. From the first drop-down list, select the column name by which you want to filter (for example, Target Name).
    3. From the second drop-down, select an operator (=, !=, like, or Not like).
    4. Enter the search criteria.
    5. Click Apply.
      The table is filtered based on your criteria.
  6. To create another filter, click + Filter.
    A new filter line is added below the existing filters.
  7. To remove a filter, click the X to the right of a filter.
  8. To navigate from page to page, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the page numbers or arrow buttons.