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maximov
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Monitor Service (using Process Name)

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Hi,

 

How can I enable Measure process memory use in Service Monitor ? SiteScope is monitoring several instances of a process running in Windows 2003 Server. I want an alert triggered as soon as one of the instances is using 50% of total memory.

I think I can obtain this with Measure process memory use.

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Thanks in advance.

 

MV

 

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kenneth.gonzalez
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Re: Monitor Service (using Process Name)

Hi,

The process Memory counter will show consumed memory by all instances of the process not per instance.
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maximov
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Re: Monitor Service (using Process Name)

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I understand. But why is this option grayed out for Windows Servers?

I have not seem where can this option be enabled in SiteScope.

 

 

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jmmirchev
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Re: Monitor Service (using Process Name)

Hi ,

 

 This option is only applicable for UNIX remote hosts according to yhr Monitor reference guide :

 

 

Measure process memory use


(For UNIX only) SiteScope reports the amount of virtual memory being used by a specific process.

 

 

Hope this helps !

 Yordan


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