The Dashboard tab displays the total number of alarms triggered. It also displays the number of alarms according to their severity.
VNF alarms are triggered when VMware Telco Cloud Automation identifies anomalies in the network connection status or when the power state changes. VMware Telco Cloud Automation also triggers VNF alarms that are predefined and user-defined in VMware vSphere.
- Image pull error - The URL to the Helm Chart image is incorrect or the image cannot be accessed due to network issues.
- Crash loop backoff - The application fails to load.
- Progress deadline exceeded - Kubernetes controller exceeds the maximum number of tries to recover a crashed application.
- Failed create - Kubernetes controller fails to create or schedule a Kubernetes Pod.
- Resource failed - Kubernetes controller fails to create the resources.
- Network unavailable - Worker node is unable to reach the network.
- PID pressure - Worker node encounters Process ID (PID) limitations.
- Disk pressure - Worker node is running out of disk space.
- Memory pressure - Worker node is running out of memory.
Viewing and Acknowledging Alarms
- CNF/VNF level - To view the alarms of individual CNFs and VNF instances, go to the Inventory tab, click a VNF or CNF instance, and click Alarms.
- Network Service level - VNF and CNF alarms are listed at the corresponding Network Service level.
- VDU level - For a VNF, the alarms are also listed at the corresponding VDU level.
- Global level - You can view the global alarms for all entities and users from the Administration > Alarms tab.
- Go to Administration > Alarms. Details of the alarm such as the alarm name, its associated entity, its associated managed object, alarm severity, alarm triggered time, description, and state are displayed.
- To acknowledge a triggered alarm, select the alarm and click Acknowledge. When the acknowledgment is successful, the state of the alarm changes to Acknowledged. To acknowledge multiple alarms together, select the alarms that you want to acknowledge and click Acknowledge.
By default, the list refreshes every 120 seconds. To get the current state of the alarms, click Refresh.