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Please note that IP address of NL agent has been changed to 126.96.36.199
If I add a new monitor for a website and only provide the URL it all works fine. If I later edit the monitor and change monitoring rules, the monitor only reports failure. What am I doing wrong?
I am attempting to add a Windows 2008 R2 server to the component list but am receiving the "Build Schema Failed Due to Internal Error" message. I have tried a couple of different browsers and also tried restarting the agent. Can you please help me get this connected properly?
How to use SNMP to monitor network device or server?
Would it be possible to implement this feature:
Specify a regular maintenance window for each device during which some known maintenance takes place (e.g. rebooting a server, etc.) This is because some organizations exclude maintenance windows from uptime reporting.
For now you may use the ability to suspend/resume Monitors
It would be great if Anturis would provide more monitoring location by Anturis, especially in Asia.
By default, it should have default monitoring scattered around the world that would able to pick for new comers.
Although, it allow individuals to plug their own agent on customer favourite location (which is great idea - which why i still keep update to anturis), but it is not easy for most of the enterprise (especially incur more cost).
Rather than "new major incident at XX with server X", I would prefer something like:
new incident - server XX - timestamp - test name - metric comparison (warning)
new incident - server 32 - 12:44 - Server Load - 9.48 > 8 (warning)
I would like to have a check for the local agents to check for CPU load average. It is not uncommon for CPU spikes on Virtualized machines. Very often a CPU may spike from 12% to 100%, then back down. In this case, an alert is thrown. I would like a check for load average. For example, if the load average is over 1.0 or 4.0 then throw an alert. I would like to set the load level at which the alert is thrown. This provides a much better indication of a problem and prevent false positives. Could this feature be added?
Ok, so we are talking about the same thing. Yes we have that in plans. Will keep you posted and thanks for reporting )
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