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1. Creating a Rule Based Monitor Set.

a.

You can choose several objects to monitor in a NetWeaver system; I have my own favorite list of those objects I think are the most important and useful to monitor in a system, and they are:

– CPU_Utilization
– OS_COL_STATE
– R3AbapSqlError
– R3DialogResponseTime
– FilesystemPercentageUsed
– PageFaults
– R3BPServerSpecAbortedJobs
– R3BufferHitRatio
– R3BufferSwap
– R3Syslog
– R3_SI_SystemInfo

b.

In transaction

RZ20

select

Extras –> Activate Maintenance Functions

.

c.

Go to

Monitor (Set) –> Create

, you will get to the following screen:

image

The following dialog will appear:

image

f.

Select

Rule node

and hit the

Continue

button.

g.

In the next dialog select

CCMS_DEFINE_R3_SYSTEMS

as the rule definition and hit

Continue

button.

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button.

image

i.

Your new monitor definition based on rules should look like this:

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NOTE:

Please remember that we are creating a Rule Based Monitor, we need to make sure NO object has been checked from the

Selectable MTE

tree.

j.

The next step is to create the Virtual node to group all the MTEs that we should select from the MTE Classes shown in point a. To do this, click on 

CCMS_DEFINE_R3_SYSTEMS

if it is not already selected and hit

Create Nodes (F5)

button from the toolbox icons, you will get the following dialog:

image

k.

Now select

Virtual Node

and hit the

Continue

button.

l.

In the

Name

field write something like: Test Rule Based Monitors and hit the

Continue

button.

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m.

Now your monitor should look like this:

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n.

Now click under Test Rule Based Monitors to select them and then hit on

Create Nodes (F5)

choose

Rule Based

and hit

Continue

button.

o.

On the next screen select

CCMS_GET_MTE_BY_CLASS

as the rule name and the hit the

Continue

button.

image

p.

Now we need to add each MTE Class from point a. to the following screen on the

MTEClass

parameter value, select all of them and hit

Continue

button.

image

q.

At this point your monitor definition should look like this:

image

r.

The next step is to include all

MTE Classes

already defined in point a. you will need to repeat these steps for each additional Class you want to add to the monitor set.

s.

After all classes has been included into the monitoring set hit the

Save

button from the toolbox.

t.

You will be prompted for a monitor name, write something meaningful.

The new Monitor Set should look like this:

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  1. Manish Danani

    Hi Federico,  

    I know its been a long time since you have written all these blogs. Any chance you are going to write something on the latest versions of SolMan and monitoring, etc?

    People like me are eagerly waiting…

    Manish

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