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parkar
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Urgent : SLM transaction availability

we have transaction defined web1 and web2 for bpm

 

we are checking contuiously availability of both at every 10 mins

 

SLM should be used in such a way that if anyone of the transaction availabile than my availability is 100%

 

Pl suggest how will i manage this

 

 

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Asaf Shechter
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Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

simple answer: Cluster Availability Rule.

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parkar
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Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

consider we have two transactions web1 and web2 and both running 15 min interval

 

web1

 

10am - 100% availability

10.15am - 0%

10.30am - 100%

11am - 0%

 

web2

10am - 0%

10.15am - 100%

10.30am - 0%

11am - 100%

 

Now either of my transactions are availabile at any point of time so availability should be 100%

 

So how my cluster availability rule will help in above case

 

Pl help

 

Cheers

 

 

Cheers!

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Asaf Shechter
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Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

I thought it was obvious, but apparently not...

the cluster availability rule will be on the parent CI of those 2 transactions (the BTF probably), and the rule parameters are self explanatory, but anyway:

Availability threshold - probably you will use 100%, so if the KPI is less than 100% it is considered as "not available"

Minimum number of children - probably you will use 1, so if 1 child is available, then the parent is considered available.

 

I really suggest you read the docs.

 

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parkar
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Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

thanks asaf i got it

 

cluster availability rule in 5 minutes buckets, in each bucket we compare the children results (for that bucket) and to the rule parameters to determine the parent availability. then we calculate the hour result.

 

one more doubt i have why best child rule ( max) does not calculates at granular .For the best it take value from hour calculation . Pl correct if i am wrong

 

what best child rule ( max ) will give in above case . Pl help

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Asaf Shechter
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Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

best child rule is using the aggregated value, so in your example it will be 50% (because each child aggregated result will be 50%).

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parkar
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Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

Thanks a lot Asaf :)

I will perform some cluster condition in my lab & will get back to you

more soon :)

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parkar
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Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

Hey Asaf,

 

Consider my two transactions which are not running at same time

 

web1 transaction running from bpm1

 

10am - 100% availability

10.18am - 0%

10.33am - 100%

11am - 0%

 

web2 transaction running from bpm2

10.02am - 0%

10.15am - 100%

10.35am - 0%

11am - 100%

 

 

How my cluster availability will work in above scenario . Pl help me to understand

 

 

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Asaf Shechter
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Message 9 of 12 (315 Views)

Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

the Cluster availability rule (assuming rule parameters are 100% and 1 child) will result in 100% (since at any given time you have at least 1 available child).

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parkar
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Message 10 of 12 (304 Views)

Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

HI ASAF

 

What if BPM does not send the data to BSM . How the cluster availability will be taken place

 

Below is the scenario

 

web1 transaction running from bpm1

 

10am - 100% availability

10.18am - 0%

10.33am - 100%

11am - 0%

 

web2 transaction running from bpm2

10.02am - 0%

10.15am - no data

10.35am - no data

11am - 100%

 

 

Pl suggest

 

Regards

Cheers!

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Ben.Shirley
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Message 11 of 12 (294 Views)

Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

Be careful of this setting under EUM for the transaction:-

 

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This has an affect on the KPI rules calculation and for some reason defaults to a value which isn't 100%. To understand all this KPI and HI rule assignment you need to step into the mindset of a HP BSM developer for a while.... a horrible proposition.

 

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parkar
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Re: Urgent : SLM transaction availability

eum settings is correct only

 

 

Pl help with my last scenario

 

What if BPM does not send the data to BSM . How the cluster availability will be taken place

 

Below is the scenario

 

web1 transaction running from bpm1

 

10am - 100% availability

10.18am - 0%

10.33am - 100%

11am - 0%

 

web2 transaction running from bpm2

10.02am - 0%

10.15am - no data

10.35am - no data

11am - 100%

 

 

Need to understand .. I run different test but not getting

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