babbtong wrote: I tried creating an alarm with the event name VmCreatedEvent and VmClonedEvent, but the cloned event doesn't trigger.
babbtong wrote:However, the VmRemovedEvent still doesn't work.
babbtong wrote:It's interesting to note that none of the alarms show up in the Alarms panel on the Infrastructure view
Shestakov wrote:Do you see the event in Veeam ONE Tasks&Events?
I would also try to change the trigger event name in working VMCloned alarm to VmRemovedEvent in troubleshooting purposes.
Vitaliy S. wrote:babbtong wrote:It's interesting to note that none of the alarms show up in the Alarms panel on the Infrastructure view
Do you mean that alarms are not displayed at all even predefined? This should be investigated by our support team.
If you assign this alarm on the vCenter Server, does it work?
babbtong wrote:Quick question, when the VM is deleted, are all alarms pertaining to it also removed?
babbtong wrote:I tried that, still didn't trigger. I added it to the existing VMCreate event.
I see it under Tasks&Events, but not Alarms.
babbtong wrote:when the VmCreatedEvent alarm is triggered, after that VM is deleted the alarm will disappear and I'll get an email telling me that the state changed from Information to Reset/resolved. The alarm also disappears from the Alarms in Veeam One Monitoring. I thought alarms should stay?
babbtong wrote:Hello, I have just deployed VEEAM ONE in our environment, and I was trying to create an alarm that would send an email whenever a VM is created/cloned from a template, or deleted. I tried creating an alarm with the event name VmCreatedEvent and VmClonedEvent, but the cloned event doesn't trigger. For the deleted VM, I am using the event name VmRemovedEvent, but that doesn't trigger. The severity is Information. Is there a list somewhere where I can see the event names so I know I have the correct one? Does anybody know why those alarms aren't being triggered?
The VmCreatedEvent does get triggered, but I do not get an email. I only get an email when I deleted the VM. Then I get a "reset/resolved" email for this alarm. I have the Actions set to send email notification with any state condition. I understand that emails get sent upon status change, but shouldn't I get an email when the alarm is first triggered as well? Or is it because it's Information, and that state does not trigger an email to get sent? If so, is it possible to configure this?
Vitaliy S. wrote:If you want to create an alarm like this, I would recommend cloning/deleting any tests VMs and then use the event name triggered and displayed in Task and Events tab in Veeam ONE Monitor Client.
P.S. btw, you need to look for events on the parent node of the VM, be it host, cluster or vCenter Server.
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