This command enables creating, configuring, or deleting action definitions for an event.
Security Administrator, Administrator
Exec > Global Configuration > Local Policy Service Configuration
configure > local-policy-service service_name
Entering the above command sequence results in the following prompt:
actiondef actiondef_name [ -noconfirm ] no actiondef actiondef_name
Deletes the specified actiondef from the local QoS policy service.
Specifies name of the actiondef.
actiondef_name must be unique within the service expressed as an alphanumeric string of 1 through 63 characters.
If the named actiondef does not exist, it is created, and the CLI mode changes to the Local Policy Actiondef Configuration Mode wherein the actiondef can be configured.
If the named actiondef already exists, the CLI mode changes to the Local Policy Actiondef Configuration Mode for that actiondef.
Specifies that the command must execute without prompting for confirmation.
Use this command to create, configure, or delete an actiondef. The actiondef configuration is used to configure the action definitions for an event. The event ruledef will have one or more rules and associated action(s).
This command can be entered multiple times to specify multiple actiondefs.
A maximum of 256 actiondefs are suggested in a local QoS policy service for performance reasons. An actiondef can be referenced by multiple eventbases.
Entering this command results in the following prompt:
Local Policy Actiondef Configuration Mode commands are defined in the Local Policy Actiondef Configuration Mode Commands chapter.