Cisco UCS Call Home

I am configuring Cisco UCS Call home feature.
In that there is option for Switch Priority & it has various level.


I wanted to know if I choose errors will only error messages will be detected or any messages from errors to critical will be detected.
If any document which explains this please share the same.....
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
Any messages at a lower level (more important) are also included. So if you set the level to "errors", then critical, alerts and emergencies are included messages.

BTW, the order is:

[0 | emergencies]—System is unusable
[1 | alerts]—Immediate action needed
[2 | critical]—Critical conditions
[3 | errors]—Error conditions
[4 | warnings]—Warning conditions
[5 | notifications]—Normal but significant conditions
[6 | informational]—Informational messages
[7 | debugging]—Debugging messages

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SrikantRajeevAuthor Commented:

Can you share me the link  which is mentioned in Cisco Web site regarding your explanation.... Even my understanding is the same but i want to see the documented information from Cisco regarding this as this has to be shared with some one else....
SrikantRajeevAuthor Commented:
If i set the alert type as "critical" let me know what type of critical alerts will be considered.
Normally what type of alerts are considered as critical.....
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