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Byte 0

Field Filter Configuration

Description Bits that control the operation of this filter: bits 0-4 - reserved bits 5-6 - filter type 00b - Software configurable filter. A manging system may con- figure all parts of this filter. 01b - reserved 10b - pre-configured filters. A managing system should not modify the contents of this filter, although it may turn on and off the filter using bit 7 of this field. 11b - reserved

1

Event filter action

These bits set what action this filter will do if it matches. These bits are enable if set to one. bit 0 - alert bit 1 - power off bit 2 - reset bit 3 - power cycle bit 4 - OEM action bit 5 - diagnostic interrupt bits 6-7 - reserved

2

Alert Policy Number

bits 0-3 - If alert is selected in byte 1, this chooses the policy number to use in the alert policy table. bits 4-7 - reserved

3

Event Severity

This is the value that will be put into the event severity field of the PET trap. If more than one event filter matches, the highest priority in all event filters will be used. Valid values are: 00h - unspecified 01h - monitor 02h - information 04h - OK (returned to OK condition) 08h - non-critical condition 10h - critical condition 20h - non-recoverable condition

4

Generator ID byte 1

This matches the slave address or software id in the event. It must be an exact match. Use FFh to ignore this field when comparing events. This matches the channel and LUN in the event. It must be an exact match. Use FFh to ignore this field when comparing events.

5

Generator ID byte 2

73

3.13. THE PEF TABLE AND SNMP TRAPS

Table 3.37: PEF Table Entry

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