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MaryCordova Frequent Contributor.
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ArcMc Hardware Form Factor Breach Rules

Here are some ArcMc (2.0) breach rules.  Hopefully the next release of ArcMc will have most of this pre-configured as standard checks.

The attached document contains "hardware form factor product" rules as noted on pg. 139 of the as well as a few others. 


Please share additional breach rules to compile and hopefully we can all have functional System Monitoring in ArcMc .

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MaryCordova Frequent Contributor.
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Re: ArcMc Hardware Form Factor Breach Rules

BTW - these have not been tested as, unfortunately , none of my appliances are presently failing.  However, I did follow the guide and also had some additional examples from HP Support to use as templates.

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MaryCordova Frequent Contributor.
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CPU and JVM:

The JVM value I took from the original rules file.  I havent yet researched what is normal JVM for Logger, ConApp, and ArcMc.  Since I never see my CPU go above 20%, I set 50% as critical.  The original rules set this at 90% but I would like to know well before then that there is something going on.

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MaryCordova Frequent Contributor.
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Re: ArcMc Hardware Form Factor Breach Rules

I'm uploading a new document as of now.  If you have already downloaded this file you may want to replace it with the new one. 

I've ran into serious issues trying to keep track of the breach rule # so I've instituted an allotment schema per product in this new version that allows adhoc additions to each product up to a total of 100 rules without affecting any other products rules:

ArcMc 100-199

ConApp 200-299

Connector 300-399

Logger 400-499

The breach rule # have all been updated in the new file.

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sanhyongt1 Absent Member.
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Re: ArcMc Hardware Form Factor Breach Rules

Hi All,

I will like to understand the rationale of monitoring JVM_Memory / Platform_Memory.

Why is there no monitoring for Overall Memory utilisation?

Thanks.

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dcorwin25 Honored Contributor.
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These all work great! I through them into my test lab ArcMC and messed around with different hosts to get the ArcMC to flag the issues and it did! Great job on these!

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MaryCordova Frequent Contributor.
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Re: ArcMc Hardware Form Factor Breach Rules

Thanks!

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brian.freedman@1 Absent Member.
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JVM_Memory would apply to the memory used in the JVM container so for a 32bit connector up to 1024, and you want to be notified if the connector starts using 800m or ~80% giving you indication you might of a load/processing problem there.

Platform_Memory applies to linux connectors and gives you details of the system memory that they sit on. So though my connector memory might be good in a situation, but there might be something wrong with my connector host that I should be aware of. So you can alert if the server memory utilization goes over a certain threshold

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