Script/Custom Monitors - Alarms configured for Table rows were missing
- In the Applications manager , users have the ability to manage the table rows of a script or custom monitor type according to their specific requirements. This can be done by enabling the "Enable Script Row Deletion" option.
For example, let's consider the tabular data of a script monitor. When the "Enable Script Row Deletion" option is enabled, any rows that have unavailable data during the next data collection will be deleted. This action also removes any configured alarms and associated report data for those rows.
- On the other hand, disabling this option will retain all rows, alarms, and reports data even if it becomes unavailable.
- It is important to note that this option applies globally to all script and database query monitors.
- Alternatively, users can choose to manage the configuration of table rows specific to a script or custom monitor by selecting the "Manage Table Row" option in Monitor Configuration page. This allows users to configure actions for table rows that will be unavailable in the next poll. The available actions include retaining the row, deleting the row, or unmanaging the row.
- For users who want to delete unavailable rows and configure the same alarms for all the table rows, the following configurations can be followed:
- . Enable the option "Enable Configure Alarm Template for Database Query Monitor and Script Monitor" under the Performance Polling settings.
- This enables the creation of an alarm template specific to a table.
- Users will then have the option to configure alarms on the Script Monitor Table Details page.
NOTE: Choose an appropriate Unique Column, such as a static and unique identifier.
Selecting columns with frequently updating data, like timestamps or random numeric values, can result in the loss of report data and may affect monitoring performance if retained.
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