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Hi all,

Any suggestion to monitor the resources health? like logs?

Actually I would like to know more that is out of the ESM console. Thanks a lot.

Ken

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, seems you liked the suggestion but wondering why like button shows 0....:-)

Well, for rules, partial match and top firing dashboards are good one to fine tune and remove unneccessary ones.

Reports also there is dashboard, report details and statistics to tell you about the current running reports, reports with longest queries, failed reports etc.

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Hi Ken,

You can use the following parameters for health check from ESM-:

1. Check if the logs are coming from all the Connectors.

2.Check what is the free space available for the following tables Arc_Event_Data and Arc_System_Data. You can Check it form the following location /All Dashboards/ArcSight Administration/ESM/System Health/Storage/CORR Engine/Database Performance Statistics" .


3.Check what is the memory which is in use . You can check the same from the following location /All Dashboards/ArcSight Administration/ESM/System Health/ESM System Information . You can check used memory option in that Dashboard.


4. What is the Event Throughput you are getting. You can go to “/Dashboards/System Health/Events/Event Throughput" and can check the same.

Hope this will help you upto some extent.

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5. Right click on connectors-->All Connectors. Select Grid View to quickly see if any connector is down.

6. Make sure your mail id is configured whenever storage group and archival memory is run out of space.

7. For the first point by Ravi, Event Throughput dashboards is good to know the peak, average EPS.

8. Create a variable for difference in MRT and endTime and run an active channel to see if there is time delay of more than 10 minutes from the connectors wherever it is expected to be realtime (excluding FTP, scheduled log collection).

9. Thinking......:-)

Regards,

Amit

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Hi Amit and Ravi,

Those suggestion would be good enough to monitor the connector health, but how about the others like report/rule...? Thanks.

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, seems you liked the suggestion but wondering why like button shows 0....:-)

Well, for rules, partial match and top firing dashboards are good one to fine tune and remove unneccessary ones.

Reports also there is dashboard, report details and statistics to tell you about the current running reports, reports with longest queries, failed reports etc.

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