1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 22, 2016 1:55 AM by abanaru

    Alarm

    tiwake

      Is there any way to set up the following alarms?

      1. High CPU usage/Low memory/Low disk space

      2. Data source is inactive (No log coming/No event received)

      3. ELM down

       

      Thank you in Advance

       

      Message was edited by: Ekawit Ariyawutipan

        • 1. Re: Alarm
          abanaru

          1. I don't think so. But you can use SNMP to gather performance data by using your external supervision system (eg. nagios)

          2. Yes. Configure Inactivity Settings for your Receiver and then create a "Device Status Change" Condition in your new Alarm.

          3. Yes. Use "Device Failure" as a Condition in your new Alarm.