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Established Member.. lpjkc
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alarm queue on NNMi ...?

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One of our NNMi (9.20) box is running slow from time to time, esp during the periods of high volumn of incoming alarms.  Is there a queue in NNMi that we can check if there is a long queue of alarms ...?

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Chen Pan Honored Contributor.
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Re: alarm queue on NNMi ...?

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Hello,

 

You can run " nnmhealth.ovpl -print agents" to see the what filter option you can use.

 

Eg,

 

nnmhealth.ovpl -print agents


CausalEngineHealthAgent
CustomCorrelationHealthAgent
CustomPoller
DatabasePool
DiscoHealthAgent
DiskUsage
EventsHealthAgent
GlobalNetworkManagement
Licensing
NNMiCPU
NNMiMemory
PostgreSQL
SNMPHealthAgent
StatePoller
SystemResources
Topology
TrapServer
UIServletResponse
UIServletSessions

 

 

Then you can run followings to filter DiskUsage,NNMiMemory only:

 

nnmhealth.ovpl -print verbose -filter DiskUsage,NNMiMemory

 

Hope this can help.

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Re: alarm queue on NNMi ...?

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Hi,

 

You can run command:

 

nnmhealth.ovpl -print verbose -filter EventsHealthAgent to check the Pipeline Queue Sizes.

 

All the best

 

Marie-Noelle

Micro Focus Customer Support

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Established Member.. lpjkc
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Re: alarm queue on NNMi ...?

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Thanks for the advice. Where can I find more info about what 'filter' I can use for this nnmhealth.ovpl command?  I can't find such info in the Reference doc ...

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Chen Pan Honored Contributor.
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Re: alarm queue on NNMi ...?

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Hello,

 

You can run " nnmhealth.ovpl -print agents" to see the what filter option you can use.

 

Eg,

 

nnmhealth.ovpl -print agents


CausalEngineHealthAgent
CustomCorrelationHealthAgent
CustomPoller
DatabasePool
DiscoHealthAgent
DiskUsage
EventsHealthAgent
GlobalNetworkManagement
Licensing
NNMiCPU
NNMiMemory
PostgreSQL
SNMPHealthAgent
StatePoller
SystemResources
Topology
TrapServer
UIServletResponse
UIServletSessions

 

 

Then you can run followings to filter DiskUsage,NNMiMemory only:

 

nnmhealth.ovpl -print verbose -filter DiskUsage,NNMiMemory

 

Hope this can help.

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Established Member.. lpjkc
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Re: alarm queue on NNMi ...?

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Thanks for the advice ...

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Chen Pan Honored Contributor.
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Re: alarm queue on NNMi ...?

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Hello,

 

You are very welcome!

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Absent Member.. Walinton Absent Member..
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Re: alarm queue on NNMi ...?

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Hello.

 

What do you mean "high volumn of incoming alarms". Is this SNMP traps or management events?

 

If SNMP traps, you may want to review the Trap Rates information as well from the Health Report. NNMi has been tested to handle the following volume of traps, anything beyond that will have to be tested. This is taken from the NNMi Support Matrix

 

Recommended Soft Limits for Trap Burst Throughput Rate

 

NNMi has been tested with the following incoming SNMP trap rates. These rates assume a well-configured system and are supported independent of the hardware tier:

 

1,000 SNMP traps/second for up to 1 minute.

200 SNMP traps/second for up to 5 minutes.

A sustained average of 50 SNMP traps/second

 

 

 

HP Support
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