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Currently performance alarms are triggered from threshold configuration in TNCP. However the data of what has been raised, when, etc are not stored. We can only get current snapshot of alarms, not history. Customer has a requirement for a report, ...
We have an issue in TE for which we may need product enhancement. In TE current TNPM, there are the following 2 metric Delta Throughput (in %) – (Current throughput – previous throughput ) / previous throughput * 100 Delta Throughput (in bps) – (C...
When scanning vulnereability of our application server(s), we've noticed that JBoss 4.x is no longer supported by Red Hat, which caused vulnerability flags. We've been informed that JBoss itself is tightly integrated with TNPMW application, so upg...
Adding default component statuses logging to default logging level
In cases TS004816821 and TS004896360 the customer faced problems with setting an optimal debug level to monitor the status of components. In case TS004816821 the customer had a fatal error when LDR did not send any data for approximately 4 days. I...
TNPM. Dynamic Y-axis and threshold line for Resource DetailedReport
TNPM. This problem is actual for the Customer because it is not comfortable to work with report when metric values are less than 10%, and threshold is 80%. Everything is very small on such graph. Besides threshold value is useless on graph if me...
TNPM 1.4.5 topology: how to specify 'file' for the UBA acquisition
Not able to add file option in URI path in the TNPM topology editor. By default/dropdown only sftp/ftp options are available. Some of the components (e.g. UBA) acquire their files from the local file system (either SAN mounted or LOCAL disks). The...
Building 64 bit datachannel code to build 64 bit pv_analytics.jar file
In case TS004896360 "LOGW Java process core dumped on out of memory", the customer faced problems when LOGW Java process core dumped on out of memory. Later in this case IBM support team told "For 64bit logw process, there is no scope to build 64 ...
NPI supports setting a threshold value for a metric that will result in an Alarm raised when that threshold is crossed. This allows to take an action when the system is degraded. Current implementation allows to set a threshold value for each metr...
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