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Any option to customize Printers probe in CA UIM?

Hello, Do we have any option to customize messages and severity in printers probe for each individual printers? As far I checked, printers monitoring provides default message and severity pattern for all the printers that are getting discovered in the probe. I need to change the message pattern and severity for some printers in the same probe



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UIM process alert classification

Hi all, How can we classify the mail for process alerts(monitored in processes probe), according to their owner...Thanks, #uim #caunifiedinfrastructuremanagement8.5.x


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MySQL monitoring

Hi All, I have a requirement to add MySQL monitoring instances but i am confused as how to specify named instances while creating a connection. For ex in sqlserver probe we define server\instance while creating connection but in case of MySQL i dont see any such option


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UIM's Lack of Citrix Monitoring with VDI Health Status

We started really making use of the 3 main probes for Citrix monitoring (xenapp, xendesktop and xenserver) when we can setup these probes with their horrible book of pre-reqs needed in order to get the probe working. The PVS probe doesn't even work with the latest version and we can't monitor that environment for almost a year now b/c client is on latest version which probe doesn't support.


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RE: UIM's Lack of Citrix Monitoring with VDI Health Status

But the xendesktop probe and using it to query all the VDI's in large scale deployments is useless. In the case above, client has 2500+ VDI's and the xendesktop probe when configured to monitor the VDI's would take anywhere between 1 hour to 3 hours to complete just 1 poll cycle


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MySQL monitoring

Focus Search - For ex in sqlserver probe we define server\instance while creating connection but in case of MySQL i dont see any such option


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RE: UIM's Lack of Citrix Monitoring with VDI Health Status

The VMWARE probe can alert on the number of VMs with "High CPU READY"...If development at Broadcom will adjust the VMware probe to use the "Chunk-Size" fix which was written in 2017 it could have a massive performance improvement on pulling data from VCenter


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RE: MySQL monitoring

with a named instance on a server, each named instance will have a different port. So you will use the same hostname or IP address with the different ports for each instance. -- Gene Howard Principal Support Engineer Broadcom --