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DFM Monitor Service

Why the DFM monitor service is switching back and forth from started to not started, then started again? Is this normal?

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

H:\>dfm service list
sql: started
http: started
eventd: started
monitor: not started
scheduler: started
server: started
watchdog: started

Regards,

Terrence

Re: DFM Monitor Service

Hi Terrnece,

What is the free disk space of your drive (where dfm is installed)? The minimun requirement is 10%.

Thanks and regards

Shiva Raja

Re: DFM Monitor Service

Shiva,

There is at least 14GB space left. Actually a case has been openedd on this issue. Just suggested to move the DFM to a seperate PC.

Re: DFM Monitor Service

Hi Terrence

I would need the following info:

What is the version of Operations Manager?

What is OS of the DFM server?

Was it working fine before? (Any changes made before this problem)


I would like to have the following log files

dfmmonitor.log

dfmserver.log

(These files are availabe at the DFM installation directory)

The output of dfm diag:

dfm diag > <text_file>

Thanks and regards

Shiva Raja

Re: DFM Monitor Service

Hi Shiva,

Thanks for working on this issue. You can refer to the case 2000727600 which have all the logs attached.

Regards,

Terrence Lee

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