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PolicyType Internal what actually generates it

Today we've had a prime example of things on a server failing and generating messages from PolicyType  Internal.

I've never fully understood what generates them.

This was on a file cluster and messages such as

(conf-0) Cluster not detected yet. 

&

(conf-0) Cluster was not detected after maximum retries.Stopping the monitor thread.

Have been generated,  any help in determining what generating these would be appreciated

 

 

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Hi,

 

HPOM-internal status and error-messages, or internal messages, are generated by The self-management functionality on agents and management server. They are used to notify the status of your managed nodes or the HPOM Management server itself.

For example:

Internal messages from agents typically notify you about the status of agent components.

Internal messages from management servers notify you about the status of agent health checks (heartbeat polling).

Regarding the error message received, most probably you have cluster monitoring configured in your managed node and CI-SPI availability and monitoring policies. Either because of a misconfiguration at an agent or OS level in the node, the self-management functionality detects this error when the corresponding processes attempt cluster monitoring and send thus alerts, via opcmsg, about this without the need for a specific monitoring policy.

 Best regards,

 Juan Sobrado

OMW Support Specialist

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