How does the UNIX_MemShortage parameter on the Values tab, 'Number of consecutive iterations exceedi (NETIQKB52291)

  • 7752291
  • 02-Feb-2007
  • 17-Oct-2007

Resolution

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How does the UNIX_MemShortage parameter on the Values tab, 'Number of consecutive iterations exceeding threshold before sending an event', work with the Advanced tab settings of 'Raise event if condition occurs N times within N job iterations'?

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What is the relationship between the 'Number of consecutive iterations exceeding threshold before sending an event', and 'Raise event if condition occurs N times within N job iterations' options?

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Does the number of times it takes to send an event depend on two settings?

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HP-UX

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FreeBSD

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IBM AIX

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Sun Solaris

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Red Hat Linux

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AppManager 5.0.x

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AppManager 6.0.x

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When the values are set to:

  • Values tab: Number of consecutive iterations exceeding threshold before sending an event on the Values tab: 5
  • Advanced tab: Raise event if condition occurs 1 times ...
  • Advanced tab: ... within 1 job iterations

The job will run for 5 iterations then will event every time. In other words, if every iteration generates an event, then this configuration will event on iterations 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and so on.


When the values are set to:

  • Values tab: Number of consecutive iterations exceeding threshold before sending an event: 5
  • Advanced tab: Raise event if condition occurs 5 times ...
  • Advanced tab: ... within 5 job iterations

The job will event every 5th iteration starting with the 5th in a row. In other words, if every iteration generates an event then this configuration will event on iterations 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and so on.

When the values are set to:

  • Values tab: Number of consecutive iterations exceeding threshold before sending an event: 1
  • Advanced tab: Raise event if condition occurs 5 times ...
  • Advanced tab: ... within 5 job iterations

The result is the same as setting all values to 5:  The job will event every 5th iteration starting with the 5th in a row.  In other words, if every iteration generates an event then this configuration will event on iterations 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and so on.



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Formerly known as NETIQKB52291

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