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Chapter 1 Using This Documentation

Chapter 2 Introduction

Chapter 3 Deploying Oracle HMC for Operations Manager

Chapter 4 Monitoring Sun x86 Servers in Operations Manager

Configuring Monitoring of Sun x86 Servers

Discovering Sun x86 Servers

Modifying the Frequency for Server Discovery

Modify the Server Discovery Frequency Interval

Modifying the Server State Polling Frequency

Modify Server State Polling Frquency

Sun x86 Server Specific Views

Server State Views

Sun x86 Server Tasks

Events for Sun x86 Servers View

Active Alerts for Sun x86 Servers View

Health Explorer

Power Consumption View Sun x86 Servers

Sun x86 Server Component View

Sun x86 Server Diagram View

Configuring Monitoring of ASR

ASR Traps for Sun x86 Servers View

Chapter 5 Release Notes


Modifying the Server State Polling Frequency

By default the monitored server state is polled every ten minutes. You can modify the polling frequency interval using the Interval Seconds parameter. This parameter defines how often polling of the server's state is triggered.

Note -  It is not recommended to lower the interval to a value under three minutes.

Modify Server State Polling Frquency

  1. In the Operations Console, click Authoring.
  2. In the Authoring pane, click Rules.

    The list of rules opens.

  3. Optionally, type Polling into the Look for text box and click Find Now. This filters the Object Rules list to only show your Sun x86 servers.

    Note -  Optionally, you can filter the list to only show "rackmounts" or "blades".
  4. In the list of rules, right click "Polling trigger event to OpsMgr log in the Type: Sun X86 servers".

    The Override Properties dialog opens.

  5. Click Override in the row Interval Seconds.

    The Override Value property becomes editable.

  6. Modify the Override Value to the descired number of polling seconds.
  7. To apply the changes and close the Override Properties dialog, click Apply then click OK.