2013-11-11 04:34 AM
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2013-11-11 04:44 AM
This is done due to the CPU monitoring became more of a false positive esp starting Data ONTAP 8.1 and later.
So by default we decided to disable it starting OCUM 5.2. The advise is to rather use the Performance Adviser alerts for better performance alerting.
linux-t5gs:~ # dfm options list cpuMonInterval
You can always go and turn this options ON as follows
linux-t5gs:~ # dfm options set cpuMonInterval=
Changed CPU monitoring interval to 5 minutes.
Re: Enable CPU monitoring after OCUM 5.2 upgrade
2013-11-11 04:46 AM
From 5.2 the CPU monitor is disabled by default, the monitor can be enabled by running following command:
# dfm option set cpumoninterval=
You might consider setting it to a higher value that the default of 5 minutes to ensure you do not receive false alerts.
# dfm option set cpumoninterval=30m
There will be a public report here that describes this eventually: