Adding a resolved timestamp to phosphor-logging's event logs
gmills at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Wed Feb 26 09:03:31 AEDT 2020
On 2/25/2020 12:58 PM, Matt Spinler wrote:
> To those that use phosphor-logging's openbmc event logs:
> I just put up a phosphor-dbus-interfaces change
> to add a new ResolvedTimestamp property to the OpenBMC event log entry.
> Next I'll update phosphor-logging to set that timestamp when the Resolved
> property changes, so that users can know when an error was resolved.
Redfish is adding a "modified" property to the LogEntry Schema.
(Redfish issue 3854 for those that have access to the repo.)
Does it make more sense to have a Last Updated Time property on the
event log entry in D-Bus? Then this could map to the Redfish "modified"
property easier. This property would get updated when the event log was
resolved, unresolved, or any other action.
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