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Monitoring OpenVMS and Oracle RDB 7.1

 
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Phil.Howell
Honored Contributor

Re: Monitoring OpenVMS and Oracle RDB 7.1

If you are using openview then you can install vms agents for monitoring.
These were originally called "insight manager" agents, then "openview" agents, then "HPsim" agents.
see this thread
http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?admit=109447626+1217488728405+28353475&threadId=1158035

Phil
labadie_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Monitoring OpenVMS and Oracle RDB 7.1

Another option for Rdb monitoring, RMU/SHOW STATISTICS user defined events

1) define a symbol
$ db_alert :== @sys$login:db_alert
The file db_alert.com will contain
__________________________________
$ set verify
$ email$list == "DISK$FMS_DATA6:[MIS.MAIL]MIS_WHATSUP_DB.DIS"
$ create /nolog sys$scratch:dbr_logger.tmp
EOD
$ open /write dbr_logger sys$scratch:dbr_logger.tmp
$ if p8 .eqs. ""
$ then
$ write dbr_logger "''p1' ''p2' ''p3' ''p4' ''p5' ''p6' (triggered ''p7'
times)"
$ else
$ write dbr_logger "''p1' ''p2' ''p3' ''p4' ''p5' ''p6' (triggered ''p7'
times) area is ''p8'"
$ endif
$ close dbr_logger
$ mail sys$scratch:dbr_logger.tmp "@''email$list'" /subject="WhatsUpDB?
ALERT! - ''p2'"
$ delete /nolog sys$scratch:dbr_logger.tmp;*
$ exit
_________________________________


2) create a file rmu_events.cfg
_________________________________
EVENT_DESCRIPTION="ENABLE 'process_failures' MAX_CUR_TOTAL INITIAL 0 EVERY 1 LIMIT 0 INVOKE DB_ALERT";
_________________________________

3 Launch the command
$ rmu/show stat/config=rmu_events.cfg/noint 'base'

Then do twice something like
$ mc sql$
attach 'file base';
set transaction read write reserving 'table for protected write ;

The second attach will trigger a mail

From: SYSTEM
To: SYSTEM
CC:
Subj: WhatsUpDB? ALERT! - process_failures

13-MAR-2007 12:41:05.14 process_failures MAX_CUR_TOTAL 11.0 above 0.0 (triggered 1
================================================================================
SHOW LOCKS/MODE=BLOCKING Information
================================================================================

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Resource: logical area 193

ProcessID Process Name Lock ID System ID Requested Granted
--------- --------------- --------- --------- --------- -------
Waiting: 00000889 _TNA11:........ 08000EC2 00000000 PW NL
Blocker: 00000888 SYSTEM......... 0A0008B2 00000000 PW


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Gops_1
Regular Advisor

Re: Monitoring OpenVMS and Oracle RDB 7.1

Thanks for all answer...

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