system log snmp severity
The system log snmp severity command sets the minimum severity level of log events sent as SNMP traps. Log events of lower severity are not sent.
This command is useful if you want to filter or minimize messages to a specific severity level and higher. By default, all messages in the info class and higher are included in the SysLog messages and SNMP traps.
This command is one of four used to configure sending SNMP traps of log information. The other three are: system log snmp enable , system log snmp host , and system log snmp community .
You must use system log restart to save your changes. Use show log settings to check settings before making any changes.
system log snmp severity <info|warn|error|fatal>
Informational messages. They can be queried for trends. No action is required.
Example: New network settings have been applied
Warning messages. They indicate a potential issue. An error might occur if corrective action is not taken in a given time.
Example: Error reading general config file
Error messages. They indicate non-urgent failures. These indicate changes or events that did not match expected results, such as a file could not be opened or program was busy. Typically, these are critical messages and must be addressed by changing some input value before the desired result is achieved or by your device administrator or developer.
Example: Unable to open CLI config file. No such file or directory
Fatal message. These messages indicate an imminent issue that should be corrected immediately, such as during updating the firmware or resetting the system defaults. Contact your support staff.
Example: Unable to apply firmware update!
matrix_host# system log snmp severity error