Tech Tips: Excluded System Defined Applications in ADA 9.3

Document created by Christopher_Walsh Employee on Aug 7, 2014Last modified by Christopher_Walsh Employee on Apr 13, 2017
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If you only want to monitor the applications that you explicitly define, you can now turn off system-applications. By default, the management console automatically creates system-defined applications to monitor TCP sessions on all application ports and servers, across all client networks. If you do not want system-defined applications and servers, and you only want to monitor the applications and servers that you define, modify each CA monitoring device.

On a:

CA Standard or Virtual Monitor

Create a new file in the drive:\CA\bin folder named saConfigInterfaceRuntimeOptions.ini. Add the following line to the file:
/force positive config

Restart the CA ADA Monitor service to apply your changes. Repeat this procedure on each CA Standard and Virtual Monitor.


CA Multi-Port Monitor

Create a new file in the /opt/NetQoS/bin folder named saConfigInterfaceRuntimeOptions.ini. The file name is case-sensitive. Add the following line to the file:
-force positive config

Restart the nqmetricd daemon to apply your changes. Repeat this procedure on each CA Multi-Port Monitor.

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