Ops Center: Enterprise Controller Monitoring Rules Using Wildcard Fails
(Doc ID 2853127.1)
Last updated on MARCH 07, 2022
Applies to:Enterprise Manager Ops Center - Version 12.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Customer wanted to set up a new monitoring rule to alert when specific filesystems hit a threshold. They have a particular filesystem that has different mountpoints on multiple different servers. Rather than have separate alerts for each particular mountpoint on every single server, they would like to use a wildcard.
Customer goes into the BUI, in the left pane into 'Plan Management>Operational Plans>Monitoring Policies>Copy of Policy' and editing the Alert Monitoring Rule 'File System Used Space Percentage'. In there they used an asterisk as a wildcard by adding '*common-fsname' for the 'File System' parameter. However, after exceeding one of the threshold levels set, no alert was generated and/or found in the left pane in the 'Message Center>Unassigned Incidents'.
They also tried using a percentage sign as a wildcard by adding '%common-fsname' for the 'File System' parameter but this also did not generate any alert messages.
Confirmed with the customer that he sees a successful 'Update-Profile' job when he makes the change and that all the hosts, for the filesystem he wants to monitor, are listed in 'Monitoring Policies>[Actions]>View Associated Assets'.
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