Status > Messages Screen - AWS Elemental Conductor Live 3

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Status > Messages Screen

This screen displays the messages that have been raised for a node, AWS Elemental Conductor Live 3 channel, or Live event. For information on alerts and messages and how they appear in the UI, see Monitoring Alerts and Messages.

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Numbered Item on the Graphic Description Instructions
1, 2 Status tab, Messages tab.

Choose Status > Messages to get to the Messages screen.

You can also get here by choosing “View All Messages” at the bottom of the messages pop-up list.

3 Message of the type ErrorMessage. It shows in messages list with red icon and light red background shading. It appears in the header message count and is therefore suppressible. It is part of the messages count in the header. N/A
4 Visibility-suppressed icon. Only ErrorMessages are suppressible. Choose this to unsuppress this message and restore it to the pop-up list.
5 Visibility-unsuppressed icon. Choose this to suppress this message and remove it from the pop-up list.
6 Message of the type AuditMessage. AuditMessage and WarningMessage type messages show in messages list with a white background. They do not appear in the messages pop-up list. They are not part of the messages count in the header. N/A
7 Messages count. It reflects the number of messages of the type ErrorMessage that are recent and unsuppressed. Choose this to show pop-up list of unsuppressed messages of the type ErrorMessages generated in the last 24 hours.

Filtering on the Status > Messages screen is done as shown on the screen Status > Alerts Screen, All.

  • Red background: An error message that is still active.

  • Blue background: The status of the entity that this message is associated with is about to change. For example, a channel may be starting or stopping.