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Sitescope alert

Hi All,

 

 We are using Performance Center 9.5 version, Integrated Sitescope version is 9.x., I got the below alert from sitescope.,

 

SiteScope has detected a monitor that is either setup incorrectly or is having problems.
You can adjust the frequency of the monitor or set up dependencies so that the monitor doesn't continue to run.

Group: SERVERNAME

Monitor: DiskSpaceMonitor on SERVERNAME Drive:E
Status: Disabled due to Skips > 6

This is an automatic email from SiteScope.

 

 

Kindly let me know to resolve this issue.

 

Thank you.

 

regards,

Thiag.

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Re: Sitescope alert

Please refer to the post - 

 

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Application-Perf-Mgmt-BAC-BSM/Sitescope-10-10-cpu-monitor-problem/m-p/4795178/highlight/true#M27685

 

which contains information about monitor skipping. 

 

Thanks,

Eitan Raviv

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Re: Sitescope alert

Hi

 

Go to Remote Servers perference and select the problemtic node and do a test and update the results.

 

Thanks

Lokesh

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Re: Sitescope alert

hi..

I have same problem.I took 2000 e-mail from sitescope. What is here problem.How can i solve this problem? can you help me?

SiteScope has detected a monitor that is either setup incorrectly or is having problems.
You can adjust the frequency of the monitor or set up dependencies so that the monitor doesn't continue to run.
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Re: Sitescope alert

Hi Thiag,

 

From the error posted, there could be 2 reasons.

 

1) Frequency of the Monitor: What is the frequency you kept for this monitor? As per the HP, it should not less that 2 mins. Keep 10 mins for disk space montiors and try

 

2) Is this monitor created with any other monitor depenency? If so, pls check the status of that monitor how it is working and it's frequency as well. Remove the dependency and see

 

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Re: Sitescope alert

Hi Thiag,

 

From the error posted, there could be 2 reasons.

 

1) Frequency of the Monitor: What is the frequency you kept for this monitor? As per the HP, it should not less that 2 mins. Keep 10 mins for disk space montiors and try

 

2) Is this monitor created with any other monitor depenency? If so, pls check the status of that monitor how it is working and it's frequency as well. Remove the dependency and see

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