Critical System Event Types

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Critical system event notifications alert administrators to undesirable conditions in the deployment. This allows administrators to resolve a condition before it becomes a problem. You use the Security Console to enable email notifications when the following events occur.


Event Type

Notification Cause

Backup Events

A new backup is needed because a backup was not made during the past 7 days, or a scheduled backup is unsuccessful.

For more information about Back Up Now, see Create a Backup Using Back Up Now. For more information about scheduled backups, see Create a Backup Using Schedule Backups.

Identity Source Connection Events

An identity source directory is unavailable.

For more information about identity sources, see Add an Identity Source.

Low Disk Space Events

Disk space is below 5 GB.

RADIUS Configuration Events

RADIUS configuration is unsuccessful during Quick Setup, attach, rebalance, hostname change, or IP address change.

RADIUS Replication Events

RADIUS replication is unsuccessful.

Realm Certificate Removal Events

Realm certificate removal during hostname change is unsuccessful.

Replication Events

The replication status has changed, for example, a replica instance replication status changes to out of sync.

Low Token Supply Events

Based upon the rate at which tokens are being assigned, the number of tokens is projected to be fewer than a specific number in the specified number of days. You can select the type of token to track, and enter the number of tokens and days.

RSA Authentication Manager provides token usage statistics. For more information about token usage statistics, see .View Token Statistics.