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Top process -UIM

  • 1.  Top process -UIM

    Posted 08-17-2015 01:40 PM

    It is possible to generate CPU/Memory alerts where the process is consuming over some limit (above 60).?If means how to achieve. Pls help

  • 2.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 08-18-2015 11:58 AM

    Any suggestions on this ?

  • 3.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 08-18-2015 01:51 PM

    The processes probe was made for this exact Use Case. 

  • 4.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 10-27-2015 10:34 AM

    whether as a default it can monitor all process running in the systems ?As of now i could see only only the monitored process

  • 5.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 10-27-2015 10:41 AM

    How would the system know if a process was over 60% unless it was monitoring it? In this case you would have to monitor all the processes in order to determine if they are above your threshold. Sometimes there is a price to pay for information and this would be one of them.

  • 6.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 10-27-2015 10:42 AM

    The process probe can monitor the usage and this can be used by using a wildcard character ‘*’ in the name field and this will monitor all the process for CPU and memory.




  • 7.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 10-28-2015 02:20 PM

    Can this be done with the RSP probe as well?

  • 8.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 10-29-2015 01:43 AM



    In which name field the wild character * must be added .

  • 9.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 11-11-2015 09:19 AM



    Pls help on this

  • 10.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 11-11-2015 09:39 AM



    Just mention the * in the process name. That will let you monitor all the process running on the server and with the level of threshold you are interested.




  • 11.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 11-17-2015 09:54 AM

    We can able to monitor all process ,but the metrics is not generating for individual process .Quos is calculated for whole profile.

  • 12.  Re: Top process -UIM

    Posted 01-27-2016 11:03 AM

    Any help on this .