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Object Name OID Type Access Info
                         altDateTime displaystring read-only
Timestamp of Local Date and Time when alert was generated
                         altSpTxtId displaystring read-only
SP System Identification - Text Identification
                         altSysUuid displaystring read-only
Host System UUID(Universal Unique ID)
                         altSysSern displaystring read-only
Host System Serial Number
                         altPriority integer read-only
Alert Severity Value - Critical Alert(0) - Non-Critical Alert(2) - System Alert(4) - Recovery(8)
                         altMsgText displaystring read-only
Alert Message Text
                         altMsgID integer read-only
Alert Message ID
                         altMsgIDPrefix displaystring read-only
Alert Message ID
                         altHostContact displaystring read-only
Host Contact
                         altHostLocation displaystring read-only
Host Location
                         altHostRoomID displaystring read-only
Host Location - Room ID
                         altHostRackID displaystring read-only
Host Location - Rack ID
                         altHostLowestUpos displaystring read-only
Host Location - Lowest U-position
                         altHostBladeBay displaystring read-only
Host Location - BladeBay
                         altEventID displaystring read-only
Event Identifier
                         altServiceable integer read-only
Serviceability information. Enumeration: 'serviceableByCustomer': 2, 'serviceableByIBM': 1, 'notServiceable': 0.
                         altTest integer read-only
This event generated for test purposes. Enumeration: 'false': 0, 'true': 1.
                         altFailingFRUs displaystring read-only
Ordered list of Failing FRU Numbers, separated by commas.
                         altHostMTM displaystring read-only
Machine Type and Model for failing host.
                         altAuxData displaystring read-only
Auxiliary data that may be included for some events.
Critical Alert: Temperature threshold exceeded.
Critical Alert: Voltage threshold exceeded.
Critical Alert: Power failure.
Critical Alert: Hard disk drive failure.
Critical Alert: Redundant Power Supply failure.
Non-Critical Alert: Redundant Power Supply failure.
Critical Alert: Single Fan failure.
Non-Critical Alert: Temperature threshold exceeded.
Non-Critical Alert: Voltage threshold exceeded.
System Alert: OS Timeout value exceeded.
System Alert: Application Alert. Refer to Message ID for specific condition.
System Alert: Power Off.
System Alert: Power On.
System Alert: System Boot Failure.
System Alert: OS Loader Timeout.
System Alert: Predictive Failure Analysis(PFA) information.
Sev-Off Alert: Event Remote Login.
System Alert: System Log 75% full.
Critical Alert: Incompatible hardware configuration.
System Alert: Network change notification.
Critical Alert: CPU Error.
Critical Alert: Memory Error.
Non-Critical Alert: CPU Error.
Non-Critical Alert: Memory Error.
Critical Alert: Other Failure - refer to Message ID for specific condition.
Non-Critical Alert: Warning - refer to Message ID for specific condition.
Non-Critical Alert: Power.
Non-Critical Alert: Fan Error.