Service Health Values

A service health value indicates the viability of a service, whether it is operating at an acceptable or less than acceptable level or is inoperable. Service Health also indicates whether a service is in maintenance mode or in an initial state, if the service has no resources.
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 value indicates the viability of a service, whether it is operating at an acceptable or less than acceptable level or is inoperable. Service Health also indicates whether a service is in maintenance mode or in an initial state, if the service has no resources.
The following table lists and describes service health values and corresponding CA Spectrum alarm states.
 
Service Health
Description
Icon Color
Up
The service is operating normally.
Green
Down
The service is unavailable. The service is experiencing a critical outage.
Red
Degraded
The service is available but operating at a limited capacity. The service is experiencing a major outage.
Orange
Slightly Degraded
The service is available but operating at a slightly diminished capacity. The service is experiencing a minor outage.
Yellow
Maintenance
The service has been put into maintenance mode and is not actively monitoring resources. The service is experiencing a maintenance outage.
Brown
Loss Of Management
The SpectroSERVER has been shut down. The service is experiencing a loss of management outage.
Gray
Defunct
The service has a configuration error. The service stays in the nonfunctional state until the error has been corrected.
Blue
Initial
The service has no resources associated with it. The service stays in an initial state until resources have been associated with the service.
Blue