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i was wondering regarding the following..
in the ini file I've defined: filter+severity==error filter-severity==success filter-severity==informational
so i want to get ONLY errors NO success and NO informational.
I'm getting notification about System (which is also defined with application and that is ok) informational messsgaes "The system uptime is X seconds" which suppose not to appear because it was supposed to be filtered.
my question is:
the source of this messages is Source=eventlog (this can be seen in the event viewer).
if its is from this source does it disabled the definitions in the ini since its from the eventlog? and if the answer is yes how can i define that it will only give me errors/critical and not information (even if it has the eventlog source).
thank you for all your help within the last days (forum posts and chats).
Lets recap what I understand:
you have filter-severity==informational
And you get a match for a "severity=informational" eventlog record in system?
(Then you have something else wrong or something is broken, that should not happen.
You can enable eventlog debugging (very very verbose so you need a short date span, or preferably a close to empty eventlog).
I would have to look into to this myself to dig deeper.
Michael Medinmickem08/18/09 08:24:55 (4 years ago)
if you can it could be great.
as I mentioned it's the same command from the ini file and with the filter severity I gave.
if the problem exist on other machines and other event log than this is something more generic that needs more exploration.broken08/19/09 14:50:44 (4 years ago)
if someone tested it pls post your findings since i have no progress with this.broken08/26/09 09:54:09 (4 years ago)
I have the same issue. It seems that this event has a Type of info, but a Severity of error (i.e. not informational). I don't know where the severity levels come from as this doesn't seem to be in the eventlog information itself. Could someone clarify how Severity is calculated please?bernie08/30/09 14:24:41 (4 years ago)