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From Oliver Leach <Oliver.Le...@tatacommunications.com>
Subject RE: Notification Center: Should I be concerned?
Date Tue, 02 Apr 2013 17:16:43 GMT
There was obviously an event of some sort that triggered the alert which is why you see these
alerts. If you are sure they are old you can remove them in the database - there is a cloud.alerts
table that holds this information in the database - also there is a cloud.event table that
holds other information you see in the dashboard. You can clear it if you are sure they are
no longer needed. I would like to see recent events and alerts removed say after 2 weeks,
or a clear recent events/alerts threshold setting in Cloudstack which clears these up. Not
sure that exists just yet. A routine in mysql could help here which could archive these alerts
if something doesn't exist in Cloudstack but that would have to be something you implement
and maintain.

Oliver Leach
Platform Architect
InstaCompute


From: Maurice Lawler [mailto:maurice.lawler@me.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2013 6:05 PM
To: users@cloudstack.apache.org
Cc: dev@cloudstack.apache.org
Subject: Notification Center: Should I be concerned?

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When logging into CS UI, I keep seeing notifications; for one, my primary/secondary are both
online. There are not any issues at hand that I can see. However, is there a way to clear
the alerts; instead of causing me to be concerned when they are false positives?

- Maurice

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