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HPNA Command - show policy compliance output

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Can anyone tell me what's the meaning of various values of inCompliance field in the output of "show policy compliance" command in HPNA?

I see the possible values are : 1, -1, -2, -3, -4 and there might be more negative values.

I understand tha 1 means device is in complaince and negative value means device is not in compliance with the policy. But, what's the meaning of -1, -2, -3, -4? My first guess was the value of negative number might be an indicatin of number of rules which are not in compliance for the policy but that is not the case.

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Hi @Swadeep,

the vaules mean this:

 

 

# Status meaning
1 Yes in compliance
-1 out of compliance for configuration policies.
-2 out of compliance for diagnostics policies.
-3 out of compliance for configuration and diagnostics policies.
-4 out of compliance for software policies.
Pedro A. Batista
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Hi @Swadeep,

the vaules mean this:

 

 

# Status meaning
1 Yes in compliance
-1 out of compliance for configuration policies.
-2 out of compliance for diagnostics policies.
-3 out of compliance for configuration and diagnostics policies.
-4 out of compliance for software policies.
Pedro A. Batista
Customer Support Engineer

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