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baggord Trusted Contributor.
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How to Get an Alert IF Server is Restarted

Hello,

 

I want to learn a restart or shutdown immediately after it happened. Currently, by default, there is an event coming up after more than 30 minutes later which is saying something like this: "Agent is not reachable for 36 minutes". 

I can get the Windows Event by a policy using 1074 Event ID. What about linux servers and I don't think checking events is the best way. What's the best way to this? By the way, for pings there are servers ICMP disabled. I would like to hear your suggestions.

Regards,

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ramesh9 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: How to Get an Alert IF Server is Restarted

Dear

In CODA/PA datasource there is a metric by names

GBL_SYSTEM_UPTIME_HOURS
GBL_SYSTEM_UPTIME_SECONDS

which you can use to monitor system restart.

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ramesh9 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: How to Get an Alert IF Server is Restarted

For Shutdown I will suggest you to enable SNMP on servers and monitor using NNMi if you have.

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