The MIB module to describe and store events generated by the Cisco Embedded Event Manager.
The Cisco Embedded Event Manager detects hardware and software faults, and other events (such as OIRs) for the system. It also enables users to configure fault recovery services for system wide components. The Embedded Event Manager also provides process reliability statistics.
The Embedded Event Manager is a policy driven process through which faults in the system are reported through a defined API. The Embedded Event Manager policy engine receives notifications when faults and other events occur. Embedded Event Manager policies implement recovery based on the current state of the system and the actions specified in the policy for a given event. Recovery actions are triggered when the policy is run. Developers write and customize Embedded Event Manager policies to handle faults and events.