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SiteScope should clearly and easily confirm which lots of alerts are not being executed.

Idea ID 2863783

SiteScope should clearly and easily confirm which lots of alerts are not being executed.

We can simply confirm which alerts are not being executed by SiteScope GUI and alert.log.

But if Sitescope is running too many Alerts at the same time (such as thousands script alerts),and at this time, SiteScope begin to restart, so there are many alerts maybe can't execute.

Also because of there are too many alerts, using the Sitescope GUI and alert.log to confirm which specific alerts are not being executed can be difficult.

So consider adding a feature——
SiteScope can clearly and easily confirm which lots of alerts are not being executed.
such as there is one special log can recording it.

Thanks and Best Regards

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Lieutenant
Lieutenant

Currently we have Hp ILo 5 version in our environment and we have added in to sitescope monitors. But sitescope supported up to IL0 4 version.

 

Please let me know there is any plan to include ilo5 version on next release or any hotfixes can be provided ?

This is very imp requirement from client end but sitescope is not supported.

 

Thanks,

Ilaya

 

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