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can OnCommand report capture events from OnCommand core?

Hi,

I have a use case to count the timeframe for specific outages.

E.g. volume full genereates an event with status "error". After some time it when the problem is fixed there is another message which gets to state "normal". Is this possible to use the events to calculate the time between and provide this in a report?

Best wishes,
Markus.

Re: can OnCommand report capture events from OnCommand core?

It is possible, but it might not be most accurate. Event is generated when the monitors run. so if the monitor has run now and after that the volume state changes to normal opsmgr generates the event only when the next monitoring cycle is run.

Thanks,

  Arun

Re: can OnCommand report capture events from OnCommand core?

Hi Arun,

thanks for your reply. I am wondering, there is no need to create db rights for events:

Enabled database

views

So my customer wants to have a report of all performance threshold violation. Which create an Event:

e.g. here the view:

output

http://vsa014622:8080/dfm/report/view/events-history/39464

vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I     ReportLink to report data in spreadsheet format     Add to Favorites

Events:  1-20 of 158     Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8Next Show Maximum

Sev.     Event     Triggered (descending)     Ack'ed By     Ack'ed     Deleted By     Deleted     Source

Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     14 Aug 03:10     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     14 Aug 03:04     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     09 Aug 03:09     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     09 Aug 03:05     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     05 Aug 03:03     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     05 Aug 02:51     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     05 Aug 01:30     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     05 Aug 01:25     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     29 Jul 02:17     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     29 Jul 02:12     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     29 Jul 01:43     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     29 Jul 01:31     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     24 Jul 03:09     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     24 Jul 03:03     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     22 Jul 03:27     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     22 Jul 02:27     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     22 Jul 02:13     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     22 Jul 02:08     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Normal     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:normal     22 Jul 01:38     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I
Error     perf:VOLUME_READ_LATENCY:breached     22 Jul 01:29     


Clustered Volume vnsa1177:/vol2_H3I

Here we want to count the time how long a performance degradion was in sum. This for each volume and rate the volumes with the highest values. Then can make a decission to look closer o that volume with performance advisor to find out the problem. Hopefully Oncommand Insight Report can help here. Otherwise we have to write our own scripts. Or using tools like splunk to combine queries for a report.

Best wishes,

Markus.