The Monitor Lists page maintains the complete list of all objects, services and processes loaded on the KServer that are used to create Monitor Sets and SNMP Sets. The Monitor List page also maintains user-defined group alarms.
Note: The Counter Objects, Counters, Instances and Services lists can be initially populated by using the Update Lists by Scan page. Additionally these lists, as well as Services and Processes, can be populated with the import of a Monitor Set. MIB OIDs can be populated by using the Add SNMP Object page or by the import of a SNMP Set.
This tab lists counter objects you can include in a Monitor Set. Monitor Set uses the PerfMon combination of object/counter/instance to collect counter information.
Note: Counter Objects are the primary reference. The user needs to add a record of the counter object first, before adding records of the corresponding counters or instances.
This tab lists counters you can include in a Monitor Set. Monitor Set uses the PerfMon combination of object/counter/instance to collect counter information.
This tab lists counter instances you can include in a Monitor Set. Monitor Set uses the PerfMon combination of object/counter/instance to collect counter information.
Note: Windows PerfMon requires that a counter object have at least one counter, but does not require an instance be available.
This tab lists Windows services you can include in a Monitor Set to monitor the activity of Windows Services. This list can also be populated with the execution of the Update Lists By Scan page or the import of a Monitor Set.
This tab lists Windows processes you can include in a Monitor Set to to monitor the transition of a process to or from a running state. A process is equivalent to an application. The processes list is not populated via the Update Lists by Scan feature. This list can be populated by the import of a Monitor Set.
This tab lists SNMP MIB objects you can include in SNMP Sets. SNMP sets monitor the activity of SNMP devices. This list can be populated with the import of a SNMP Set or the execution of the Add SNMP Object page. MIB objects are references to values that can be monitored on SNMP devices. Example: the MIB object
This tab defines broad categories of SNMP devices called Set SNMP Types. This enables the convenient assignment of SNMP sets to multiple SNMP devices, based on their SNMP type. Assignment can be either automatic or manual. See SNMP Services below for more information.
This tab associates a
Group Alarm Column Names
This tab maintains user defined Group Alarm Column Names. Pre-defined group alarm column names do not display here. Use Monitor Sets and Define Monitor Sets to assign a monitor set to any group alarm column name. Group alarms are displayed using the Dashboard List page.
When more rows of data are selected than can be displayed on a single page, click the and buttons to display the previous and next page. The drop-down list alphabetically lists the first record of each page of data.
Click the edit icon to edit the text of a list item.
Click the delete icon to delete a list item.
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