Overview

OpenShift events are modeled based on events that happen to API objects in an OpenShift cluster. Events allow OpenShift to record information about real-world events in a resource-agnostic manner. They also allow developers and administrators to consume information about system components in a unified way.

Comprehensive List of Events

This section describes the events of OpenShift Enterprise.

Table 1. Configuration Events
Name Description

FailedValidation

Failed pod configuration validation.

Table 2. Container Events
Name Description

BackOff

Back-off restarting failed the container.

Created

Container created.

Failed

Pull/Create/Start failed.

Killing

Killing the container.

Started

Container started.

Table 3. Health Events
Name Description

Unhealthy

Container is unhealthy.

Table 4. Image Events
Name Description

BackOff

Back off Ctr Start, image pull.

ErrImageNeverPull

The image’s NeverPull Policy is violated.

Failed

Failed to pull the image.

InspectFailed

Failed to inspect the image.

Pulled

Successfully pulled the image or the container image is already present on the machine.

Pulling

Pulling the image.

Table 5. Image Manager Events
Name Description

FreeDiskSpaceFailed

Free disk space failed.

InvalidDiskCapacity

Invalid disk capacity.

Table 6. Node Events
Name Description

FailedMount

Volume mount failed.

HostNetworkNotSupported

Host network not supported.

HostPortConflict

Host/port conflict.

InsufficientFreeCPU

Insufficient free CPU.

InsufficientFreeMemory

Insufficient free memory.

KubeletSetupFailed

Kubelet setup failed.

NilShaper

Undefined shaper.

NodeNotReady

Node is not ready.

NodeNotSchedulable

Node is not schedulable.

NodeReady

Node is ready.

NodeSchedulable

Node is schedulable.

NodeSelectorMismatching

Node selector mismatch.

OutOfDisk

Out of disk.

Rebooted

Node rebooted.

Starting

Starting kubelet.

Table 7. Pod Worker Events
Name Description

FailedSync

Pod sync failed.

Table 8. System Events
Name Description

SystemOOM

There is an OOM (out of memory) situation on the cluster.