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KB00003360 - Wvlog error: Process is over restart limit

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KB00003360 - Wvlog error: Process is over restart limit

Description: Wvlog indicates that a process is over the restart limit. This can be against a Prognosis process, a threshold/analyst or a database collection process. 

Solution: Look at the events in the wvlog.txt file or wvlog record before this event and correct those conditions. 

I.e. Memory Limit Exceeded that is followed by this error simply indicates you need to reduce the requests against the collector or increase the default memory limit for this process in the PROGNOSIS Configuration. 

If it's a different error, search the Knowledge base for that error and once resolved, start the threshold/ANalyst or the Prognosis process again. To start a Prognosis Collector Process, simply open the PROGNOSIS Configuration and click Start (No changes needed).

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Levon Lyons
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Re: KB00003360 - Wvlog error: Process is over restart limit

This post is dedicated to Prognosis Self-Monitoring, supplying KB articles for resource on the event your alerted for an issue within your Prognosis environment.

 

What is PSM?

The Prognosis Self-Monitoring solution is a Threshold with supporting displays/dashboards and is designed to help

Prognosis administrators to simplify managing their Prognosis environment and detect issues in Prognosis from a top

level managing node.

 

How do I get PSM on my Prognosis environment?

Send an email to Support USA Support.USA@ir.com requesting the install of Prognosis Self-Monitoring.

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Levon Lyons
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