Resource checks that support monitoring of remote and shared disk partition
Please note that most of the file and directory resource checks might not work when you are trying to monitor remote and shared disk partitions. This is due to the restrictions in the Linux subsystem "inotify" while listening for disk access events in a shared/remote disk partition. Please find below the list of checks that support monitoring of remote and shared disk partitions:
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Why am I getting alerts for the disk partitions deleted from the server?
You might receive alerts for the disk partitions that got deleted from the server because the server monitor might still be monitoring them. If any disk partition is removed from the server, it might not get automatically removed from the server ...
Comparison between Site24x7 VMware Monitoring and VM monitoring using Site24x7 server agent
Site24x7 VMware Monitoring capabilities Site24x7 VMware monitoring is agentless. An On-Premise Poller acts as a probe to collect data and sends it to Site24x7. With Site24x7 VMware Monitoring, you will be able to: Monitor vCenter Monitor VMware ...
Site24x7 Customer Support SLA
Severity Level 1: Site24x7 does not function without a fix being applied and when the problem has significant effect on the revenues or business operations of Subscriber. Severity Level 2: Site24x7 can function. However, it provides incorrect results ...
Disable notifications for a particular disk partition
Yes, you can choose to stop monitoring and not receive alerts for a particular disk partition by using one or more of the following methods: Exclude the desired disk partition via Configuration Rules: Exclude specific disk partitions from monitoring ...
Average resource utilization by AppLogs agent
Metrics Windows Linux CPU < 1% 0.3% Memory 40 MB 25 MB Peak network 2 MB in 30 seconds 2 MB in 30 seconds Disk 100 MB 100 MB This resource utilization is subject to change when more log types are associated with a single server or the same AppLogs ...