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How to get a alert when a unprocessed event in driver queue.


Hi

Can any one suggest how can i create a health check job which will alert
when events are taking a lot of time to process and hanged in between.

If events are taking lot of time to process and finished successfully
is fine.
If it's taking a lot of time and not processing want to be monitored.

Thanks
Suprit


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Re: How to get a alert when a unprocessed event in driver qu

Hi Suprit,
You can create this type of alerts based on iManager Health check functionality (that internally use health check job).
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Re: How to get a alert when a unprocessed event in driver queue.

al b wrote:

> You can create this type of alerts based on iManager Health check
> functionality (that internally use health check job).


And if you use Nagios/Icinga for monitoring in your environment or want to
monitor from a shell script rather than from within IDM itself, take a look at
https://github.com/lhaeger/check_dxml_drvstate or the AIEDRVMON* packages in
our public repo at https://iam.is4it.de/public/packages/ (which include the
above check script as a resource object, too).

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