What should I do if I am unable to find the service/process running on my server in the Services and Processes list?
Once the Windows/Linux agent is installed, services/processes on your server will be auto discovered and marked for monitoring. But in case, you are unable to find a particular service/process, follow the below steps:
Click on Discover Services and Processes
- Use the
button in the top right corner to get the updated list of processes and services. Use Ctrl+F or Cmd+F to search the list for the processes
Select the service/process you wish to monitor. Click Add Service and Process.
Note: For Windows, if the process you are looking for is associated with a service, that process' linked service will be listed in the Services list and the process won't be listed separately. Monitoring that service will automatically monitor the linked process as well
How many services and processes can I monitor per server monitor?
Add and monitor services and processes running on your Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and OS X servers. Please find below the number of services and processes that can be monitored per server monitor. OS Number of services/processes that can be monitored ...
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