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  • 1.  How Interval and samples will work to generate alarm for cpu and memory

    Posted 03-27-2019 05:40 AM

    hi All,

     

    Below is the screenshot of cdm configuration .

     

    CPU:-

    Interval =5 minutes

    sample =5 

    qos interval =1

     

    Threshold value is >=95%

     

    Question :- When tool polls the robot and it observes that cpu is above threshold at the time of polling then that time itself too, will generates alarms or it will take 5 sample means it will take data for every minutes then it will average 5 samples .If average is above threshold value then only alarm will generats or not.

     

    Please some help me to understand the setting in cdm probe.



  • 2.  Re: How Interval and samples will work to generate alarm for cpu and memory

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 03-27-2019 09:05 AM

    Perhaps this will be of some help in understanding:

    What does Interval, Sample and QoS Interval mean i - CA Knowledge 



  • 3.  Re: How Interval and samples will work to generate alarm for cpu and memory

    Posted 03-27-2019 03:07 PM

    Hi Raji,

     

    The behavior will be dependent on the 'Send alarm on each sample setting' in the 'Setup ~~> General' Tab of the CDM probe configuration.

     

    (Optional) Configure General Properties

    • Send alarm on each sample: allows you to generate an alarm on each sample, if selected. If not selected, the probe waits for the number of samples (specified in the Samples field of the Control properties tab) before sending the alarm. For example, if the Interval value is 1 minute and the Samples value is 2 under the Control Properties tab, and if this option is:
      • Unchecked: the probe generates the first alarm in 2 minutes and respective alarm at 1 minute interval.
      • Checked: the probe generates the first alarm in 1 minute and each respective alarm at 1 minute interval.
        Default: Selected

        Note: The sample collected at the start of the probe is considered as the first sample. The sample count is cleared on de-activation of the probe. For more information, see Configure Control Properties.