Commit 8c11f037 authored by Giacomo Bernini's avatar Giacomo Bernini
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......@@ -642,30 +642,6 @@ components:
enum:
- ACKNOWLEDGED
EventType:
description: >
The enumeration EventType represents those types of events that trigger
an alarm.
* COMMUNICATIONS_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with the
procedure and/or process required conveying information from one point
to another (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* PROCESSING_ERROR_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with a
software or processing fault (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* ENVIRONMENTAL_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with a
condition related to an enclosure in which the equipment resides
(ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* QOS_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with degradation in the
quality of a service (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* EQUIPMENT_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with an equipment
fault (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
type: string
enum:
- COMMUNICATIONS_ALARM
- PROCESSING_ERROR_ALARM
- ENVIRONMENTAL_ALARM
- QOS_ALARM
- EQUIPMENT_ALARM
FmNotificationsFilter:
description: >
This type represents a subscription filter related to notifications about NFV-MANO functional entity faults.
......@@ -698,56 +674,16 @@ components:
Match VNF alarms with a perceived severity listed in this attribute.
type: array
items:
$ref: "#/components/schemas/PerceivedSeverityType"
$ref: "../components/SOL009_schemas.yaml#/components/schemas/PerceivedSeverityType"
eventTypes:
description: >
Match VNF alarms with an event type listed in this attribute.
type: array
items:
$ref: "#/components/schemas/EventType"
$ref: ""../components/SOL009_schemas.yaml#/components/schemas/EventType"
probableCauses:
description: >
Match VNF alarms with a probable cause listed in this attribute.
type: array
items:
type: string
PerceivedSeverityType:
description: >
Indicates the relative level of urgency for operator attention.
* CRITICAL: The Critical severity level indicates that a service
affecting condition has occurred and an immediate corrective action
is required. Such a severity can be reported, for example, when a
managed object becomes totally out of service and its capability needs
to be restored (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* MAJOR: The Major severity level indicates that a service affecting
condition has developed and an urgent corrective action is required.
Such a severity can be reported, for example, when there is a severe
degradation in the capability of the managed object and its full
capability needs to be restored (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* MINOR: The Minor severity level indicates the existence of a
non-service affecting fault condition and that corrective action
should be taken in order to prevent a more serious (for example,
service affecting) fault. Such a severity can be reported, for
example, when the detected alarm condition is not currently degrading
the capacity of the managed object (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* WARNING: The Warning severity level indicates the detection of a
potential or impending service affecting fault, before any significant
effects have been felt. Action should be taken to further diagnose (if
necessary) and correct the problem in order to prevent it from
becoming a more serious service affecting fault (ITU-T Recommendation
X.733).
* INDETERMINATE: The Indeterminate severity level indicates that the
severity level cannot be determined (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* CLEARED: The Cleared severity level indicates the clearing of one or
more previously reported alarms. This alarm clears all alarms for this
managed object that have the same Alarm type, Probable cause and
Specific problems (if given) (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
type: string
enum:
- CRITICAL
- MAJOR
- MINOR
- WARNING
- INDETERMINATE
- CLEARED
......@@ -554,4 +554,68 @@ components:
Link to the resource representing the VNF instance to which the
notified alarm is correlated. Shall be present if the VNF
instance information is accessible as a resource.
$ref: "../components/SOL009_schemas.yaml#/components/schemas/Link"
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$ref: "../components/SOL009_schemas.yaml#/components/schemas/Link"
EventType:
description: >
The enumeration EventType represents those types of events that trigger
an alarm.
* COMMUNICATIONS_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with the
procedure and/or process required conveying information from one point
to another (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* PROCESSING_ERROR_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with a
software or processing fault (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* ENVIRONMENTAL_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with a
condition related to an enclosure in which the equipment resides
(ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* QOS_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with degradation in the
quality of a service (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* EQUIPMENT_ALARM: An alarm of this type is associated with an equipment
fault (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
type: string
enum:
- COMMUNICATIONS_ALARM
- PROCESSING_ERROR_ALARM
- ENVIRONMENTAL_ALARM
- QOS_ALARM
- EQUIPMENT_ALARM
PerceivedSeverityType:
description: >
Indicates the relative level of urgency for operator attention.
* CRITICAL: The Critical severity level indicates that a service
affecting condition has occurred and an immediate corrective action
is required. Such a severity can be reported, for example, when a
managed object becomes totally out of service and its capability needs
to be restored (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* MAJOR: The Major severity level indicates that a service affecting
condition has developed and an urgent corrective action is required.
Such a severity can be reported, for example, when there is a severe
degradation in the capability of the managed object and its full
capability needs to be restored (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* MINOR: The Minor severity level indicates the existence of a
non-service affecting fault condition and that corrective action
should be taken in order to prevent a more serious (for example,
service affecting) fault. Such a severity can be reported, for
example, when the detected alarm condition is not currently degrading
the capacity of the managed object (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* WARNING: The Warning severity level indicates the detection of a
potential or impending service affecting fault, before any significant
effects have been felt. Action should be taken to further diagnose (if
necessary) and correct the problem in order to prevent it from
becoming a more serious service affecting fault (ITU-T Recommendation
X.733).
* INDETERMINATE: The Indeterminate severity level indicates that the
severity level cannot be determined (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
* CLEARED: The Cleared severity level indicates the clearing of one or
more previously reported alarms. This alarm clears all alarms for this
managed object that have the same Alarm type, Probable cause and
Specific problems (if given) (ITU-T Recommendation X.733).
type: string
enum:
- CRITICAL
- MAJOR
- MINOR
- WARNING
- INDETERMINATE
- CLEARED
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