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Agent side on-demand monitoring check

Hello all,
 I have a special question. I’d like to ask you whether it is possible to run an “on request” check on monitored server which would “trigger” all the policies deployed there and report any alerts immdiatelly.
Thanks
Jan

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Commander
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H i Jpupik, 

 

Could you please elaborate l little more on your questions?

 

If you want to checj on demand on the node side, you could use ovdeploy command againd the node to check policies.

 

Please share if that is the similar on demand feature you need.

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Lieutenant Lieutenant
Lieutenant

Hi, thanks for reply. I dont really want to check the policies themselves, but rather trigger checks defined within the policies.

For example, there is following list of policies deployed on a server:
1. File age check (every 20 mins)
2. Disk space check (every 30 mins)
3. Process check (every 10 mins)
I reboot the serever and I want to ensure all the above checks are ok. Can I "execute" all the deployed polices (checks) immediatelly or do I have to wait till the end of the check intervals to see there is no alert, meaning the server is fine?

Jan

 

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