Alerts are messages generated by production components. InterSystems IRIS automatically writes the alerts to a log file and sends then to the production component named Ens.Alert. If your production does not have a component named Ens.Alert, then InterSystems IRIS writes alerts to the log file but does not send them to any component. The component named Ens.Alert can be of any class. The most frequently used classes for Ens.Alert are:
Currently we are using an older Healthshare instance but I am not opposed to using IRIS as we will upgrade eventually.
Currently for monitoring productions we have a Montior screen. We have both the Queues page and a Deepsee dashboard which has current status of our services. The issue with the Deepsee method we currently have with traffic lights is 1) the page is a bit slow to load the metrics 2) any new services from the team a new widget needs created and although this is easy enough to do it just is time consuming.
The current version of SAM creates Prometheus metric endpoints which appear to be handled correctly by the current prometheus scraper, however the metrics do not confirm to the current prometheus standard. The standard states:
Im trying configure the Caché Monitor Manager (^MONMGR) utility for send alert e-mails. Following the steps I have doubs to configure the options in "Set Server" to send e-mails for hotmail or outlook (smtp-mail.outlook.com). I dont know how can I configure Mail server SSLConfiguration for hotmail or outlook. Could you give me help? Thank you!
I installed a community version of Intersystems IRIS in a Large AWS EC2 instance to do some testing. I installed SAM and when I try to "Add a new cluster" I receive the following: "ERROR #5005: Cannot open file '/config/prometheus/isc_tmp_yml_file.yml'"
UPDATE: It turns out it was just me being a dummy, and the snmpd was correctly telling me there is no value associated with that exact key. I should have used snmpwalk instead of snmpget to display the whole tree.
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Hello! I'm trying to set up SNMP monitoring on Caché, using documentation and this article
I believe most of you have encounted this problem: a healthconnect/ensemble user get a slow response and ask measurement on how long it takes ensmeble to process this request, the ensemble 'activity data' gives no clue of the delay.
The reason is HealthConnect message measurement was based on ensemble message, which can’t give a correct answer on when ensmeble recevie the request and what time it send back response. when there is delay on inbound/outbound adpter, or csp gateway, there is no way to find out the delay from "activity data" .
Whenever the Windows SNMP Service restarts, the snmpdbg log says the following.
13:08:59 :Attempting initial TCP connection(s) with 1 Cache instances ... 13:08:59 :Get connection with ENSEMBLE on port 1972 13:08:59 :Connection refused on port 1972, check if Cache instance ENSEMBLE is started. 13:08:59 :Cache iscsnmp.dll initialized for 1 configs
Ensemble and all productions are running. I've set up Caché SNMP agent on many other servers in our company and those are working fine. However this one server won't budge.
Does anyone know if I can create an API integration, from Ensemble to Salesforce? What I would like to do is trigger a Salesforce case to be opened when for example a Queue reaches a predefined threshold or an interface connection goes from green to non-green.
A long time ago I enabled Activity Monitoring to be able to save myself headaches in the future when looking at the performance of various message routes through our productions. It's served it's purpose of answering questions on how many messages we process a week etc but I had not had the chance to really dig down into the stats for specific message types or destinations to pin point issues.
I recently discovered the Monitoring Activity Volume feature in IRIS and I was amazed by it. So, I put it to work in one of our productions. It is nice how easy it is to set up and all the possibilites that came with it.
But there's something weird: the numbers. Actually, one of the BP is stating a time of more than 6 seconds to process:
I want to create a dashboard with a line graph that shows system availability over time. I used this code to create a Dashboard:
Set tItem = ##class(%DeepSee.UserLibrary.Link).%New()
Set tItem.fullName = "Availability"
Set tPage = "Availability.UI.CSVImport.zen"
Set tItem.href = $system.CSP.GetPortalApp($namespace,tPage)_tPage
Set tItem.title = "Availability"
Set tSC = tItem.%Save()
I'm looking to set up monitoring for several interfaces. I understand that I can set an Inactivity Timeout. However, obviously there are messages coming through more frequently during certain hours than other hours.
Is there a way to set an Inactivity Timeout for each hour of the day instead of one value that is used all day long?
I've setup ODBC connection so I can access Cache data within SQL Server.
I want to be able to write SQL queries for internal monitoring purposes, similar to what's possible with SQL Server. Specifically I want to be able to check mirroring status (i.e. check which is the current primary mirror member), check the status of any Ensemble productions (started/stopped), check the status of business hosts etc. I want to do all of this from SQL Server to go with our other system monitoring solutions.
Can someone tell me if intersystems-ru/deepsee-sysmon-dashboards is developed for a specific version of Ensemble? Looks like it could be useful to my group but we aren't upgrading till later this year and we are on 2015.2.2.