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Traverse severity mappings

Problem:
What are the numeric/hex codes for Traverse severities?

Resolution:
Traverse has a number of entities, such as as test, device, container, etc. depicted with severities with a specific numeric code and color.

The numeric codes as stored in the database are as follows:

*  Means an account or device is not configured. Mainly used for status
UNCONFIGURED = 0x00000008;

*  Suspended severity. 128 in decimal
SUSPENDED = 0x00000080;

* OK is  2048 in decimal
OK = 0x00000800;

*  Transient severity. 16384 in decimal.
TRANSIENT = 0x00004000;

*  Unknown severity. 32768 in decimal.
UNKNOWN = 0x00008000; (in the Traverse web user interface, this will appears as -1)

*  Unreachable severity. 524288 in decimal.
UNREACHABLE = 0x00080000;

*   WARNING is 8388608 in decimal.
WARNING = 0x00800000;

* CRITICAL is 134217728 in decimal.
CRITICAL = 0x08000000;

*  FAIL is the state that occurs when the test failed and no test values was returned. 1073741824 in decimal.
FAIL = 0x40000000; (will appear as red in the Traverse web user interface)

 

Note:
The Traverse web user interface raw data tabular view as also the result.list command will map the database values for UNKNOWN, etc. to -1, -2, etc.

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    Rob Arends

    Piyush,

    What is the significance of the '4' vs the '8' ?

    Are there any other values possible that those you have listed?

    Thanks, Rob.

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