Status Monitor Page
The Status Monitor page provides details on how your Metric Insights system is functioning, as explained below.
Access Admin > Status Monitor
- Setting the Notifications to off stops all system notifications (Alerts, Bursts, Favorite Digests; described at My Notifications (Overview, Set up, urn on / off) from being sent to any User.
The tiles which are colored in red represent certain error and should be fixed.
|Number assigned on a screen
||System load average
||This metric allows estimating how busy your system’s CPU, disk, and other resources are. The numbers are taken from the Linux “load average”data and can be as well monitored in the console by running the “uptime” command. Higher numbers represent a problem or an overloaded machine.
||The elements where data is currently collected.
||Check out the Data Collection Triggers to see Fix recommendations: Overdue Trigger
||Aborted Data Collection
||Data collection processes were aborted due to timeout or DB/Server crash. To find out which of the Data Collection processes have been aborted, click See Details. To increase the data collection timeout, access Data Collection Editor > Trigger Configuration > Expire data collection after _ minutes.
||Even if caused by one common event (Alert, Report, etc.), email notifications are not sent all at once. They are sent in portions with up to a couple of minutes intervals. The number of emails which queud for sending is displayed in this tile.
||Metric Insights offers an ability to send and receive system emails on different servers. To set up both of them, go to Admin > Utilities > Config Variables and enter the following keywords for the respective result:
|8||Elements with Errors
||This box informs you how many of your elements are throwing errors during data collection. Fix recommendations: Elements with Error
|9||Notifications are ON / OFF
||Know who and when changed the system-wide settings for Notifications last. For more details: My Notifications (Overview, Set up, Turn on / off)|
||Server name. Hostname variable at Admin > Utilities > Config Variables should correspond to the actual hostname.|
||Make sure that the task planner is running.|
||To set up LDAP in Metric Insights, refer to: Configuring LDAP Authentication
|13||Logging||This tile indicates whether the logging is performed correctly.|
||Defines whether there is enough space for file name descriptors.|
||These are the key MySQL parameters which indicate server activity. These parameters may be requested by Metric Insights support team.|