Parameters are defined for the following applications:
- History Propagator parameters
The following information is displayed for each parameter:
Explains what the parameter measures and what it shows.
Indicates whether the use is consumer, collector, or standard.
Specifies thresholds for the first-level alarm, which represents either a warning or an alarm state. This information is not applicable to collectors and standard parameters that serve as collectors
Specifies thresholds for the second-level alarm, which represents either a warning or an alarm state. This information is not applicable to collectors.
If it is possible for the parameter to return a value outside of the Alarm 1 range or the Alarm 2 range, specifies thresholds for a border range of values. The border range is used either as information or as a third-level alarm that represents either a warning or an alarm state. This information is not applicable to collectors.
If the parameter has output, specifies whether the icon represents a graph, a gauge, text output, a Boolean state, or a stoplight.
Specifies the type of unit in which the parameter output is expressed, such as a percentage, a number, or bytes.
Specifies the time interval in the polling cycle. This information is not applicable to consumers.
Describes suggested recovery actions.