Instructions to Setup Disk Monitoring in Enterprise Manager UI 12c for Oracle Big Data Appliance(BDA)
(Doc ID 1939736.1)
Last updated on APRIL 08, 2020
Applies to:Enterprise Manager for Big Data Appliance - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
This document provides instructions to setup disk monitoring in Enterprise Manager(EM) UI for Oracle Big Data Applinace(BDA).
The default 'Disk Device Errors' metric is specific to Solaris targets and not Linux targets thus doesn't work for BDA targets
There are 2 options to monitor disk failures for both CDH and NoSQL Clusters on BDA.
a) Define a custom metric extension
b) Edit metric call log file monitoring
This document provides details about setting up custom metric extension on a host target type and creating an incident ruleset based on the custom metric extension created.
Instructions provided in this documents are just to provide an overview of how Disk Monitoring of BDA Hosts can be enabled thru EM.
For complete details about Metric Extensions , Incident Management Rule Sets and Incident Rules , please refer to below documents.
Doc ID 1429906.1 How to Create a Host-Based Metric Extension in Cloud Control 12c
Doc ID 1241294.1 How to Create a User-defined Metric (UDM) / Metric Extensions for the Host Target Type In Enterprise Manager Grid / Cloud Control
Doc ID 1515334.1 12c Cloud Control: How to Configure Incident Ruleset for Getting Notifications for Metric Extension Alerts?
Doc ID 1556225.1 12c Cloud Control: What are Incident Management Rule Sets and Incident Rules?
Doc ID 1368036.1 12c Cloud Control: Steps to Configure Incident Rules to Send Notifications or Manage Events / Incidents / Problems
Doc ID 1541634.2 Configuration Assistant: Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control Incident Management Rules and Notifications Methods
Doc ID 1389460.1 12c Cloud Control: Steps for Subscribing / Unsubscribing to Email or Page Notifications in the Incident Management RuleSet
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In this Document
|Setup Privileged Host Monitoring Credentials|
|Create Custom Metric Extension|
|Publish and Deploy Metric Extension|
|Create Incident Rule Based on Metric Extension|