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How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

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How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment? There is a performance metric that I need to alert on that is not already covered by the out of box alerts.

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here's a short video on the recommended first step for creating alerting on a performance metric, in this example, the performance metric is the CPU Busy % utilisation on Cisco CUCM Cluster servers. The recommended first step is to create a display first to determine the node group (and the record name and where clause) to use in a threshold.

 

 

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here's a short video of a recommended 2nd step in creating alerting, which is to use a "Visual Alarm" in the display to detemine the where clause for a threshold.

 

 

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here is  ashort video on creating the threshold from the parameters determined from the display. Then checking in the Alerts display to make sure that it is triggering.

 

 

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Here's a short video about adding email alerting into the threshold and then checking that it is working through the Dispatch Overview display.

 

 

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here's a short video on how to set up a dispatch profile/group destination in the DISPMAN config for the destination we set in the threshold, when we get a "Unknown Profile error" due to entering an undefined destination, "CISCO-OPS" set in the previous video.

 

 

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here's a short video on the recommended first step for creating alerting on a performance metric, in this example, the performance metric is the CPU Busy % utilisation on Cisco CUCM Cluster servers. The recommended first step is to create a display first to determine the node group (and the record name and where clause) to use in a threshold.

 

 

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here's a short video of a recommended 2nd step in creating alerting, which is to use a "Visual Alarm" in the display to detemine the where clause for a threshold.

 

 

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here is  ashort video on creating the threshold from the parameters determined from the display. Then checking in the Alerts display to make sure that it is triggering.

 

 

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here's a short video about adding email alerting into the threshold and then checking that it is working through the Dispatch Overview display.

 

 

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Re: How can I create alerting on performance metrics in a Cisco cluster environment

Here's a short video on how to set up a dispatch profile/group destination in the DISPMAN config for the destination we set in the threshold, when we get a "Unknown Profile error" due to entering an undefined destination, "CISCO-OPS" set in the previous video.

 

 

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