how do i monitor an alert if i loose connectivity to a server for more than 5 secs
also how do i monitor task scheduler in Windows using UIM
Hi Daley, check out these probes:
net_connect - The Network Connectivity Monitoring (net_connect) probe monitors the following parameters of remote hosts:
ntservices - The ntservices probe monitors the list of NT services installed on the Windows system where the probe is deployed. The probe uses Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) to detect which services are running. The service state is compared with the defined desired state for each service on this system. If the actual state differs from the expected state, the probe can either do one or both of the following options:
Some examples of the NT services are: ActiveX Installer, Application Information, Bluetooth Support Service, Computer Browser, and Credential Manager.
Hope that helps!
Thanks for your information on the connectivity it is well received
But i also want to monitor task in task scheduler and not a window NT services
What about the processes probe?
The (Process Monitoring) processes probe monitors the specified processes to detect any error situation. The probe also retrieves information about the process, for example, the CPU usage, memory usage, and so on. The following conditions are verified by the probe:
Alarms and QoS messages can be generated when specified threshold is breached.
I just need a message to say that a task has started and the time
Also can the NT event service monitor transaction logs for logs disk utilisation of SQL server and certificate that has expired
Daley, it seems that you have a lot of 'which probe should I use' type of questions. Please read through this page HERE and get a brief rundown on each probe.
Be sure to check out individual probes on the left side of the page as well, to see what specific metrics each probe offers.
thanks your info was useful but there is something particular like certificate expired ,sql transaction and also dns resolv are not specifically mentioned in such probes
Daley, check out these probes:
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