Found that the OperationsManager database db_owner was set to a former employee. Application event log on SQL server was full of event id 28005. Once I changed db_owner, things started working properly.
I cannot push/install an agent on new Linux (RHEL) VMs. As soon as I click on “Discover” of course after providing account info etc., the discovery console just sticks and the SCOM console stops responding. I have to kill console process to exit. Has anyone heard of any known/recent issues with deploying Linux agents using SCOM 2016 console r…[Read more]
What action(s) need to be performed for an agent whose underlying OS has been upgraded (in place upgrade)?
We have multiple servers where the Windows OS (2008 R2) was in-place upgraded to 2012 R2.
The SCOM agent on these servers is pulling 2008 “information” as well as 2012 “information”.
I know I can stop the agent, delete the Health Service…[Read more]
Has anyone attempted to monitor Linux system reboots/restarts with SCOM?
I have a requirement from upper management to track this sort of thing (we are currently doing it on Windows based on Event Log entries).
bunyas started the topic Palo Alto Networks (PAN) Firewall Monitoring in SCOM in the forum Operations Manager4 1 year, 8 months ago
Our Data Networks Team has decided upon using Palo Alto Networks (PAN) firewall devices. I attempted to add one to SCOM (2012 R2 UR11) yesterday, but it appears PAN devices are “generic”, no .conf file for them.
Has anyone worked with PAN devices within SCOM for monitoring (Interface Utilization, CPU, Memory, etc)?
I really do not want to…[Read more]
I’m looking for some guidance from the community on the best practices around use and re-use of scripts in rules and monitors.
Can I use the same script once without having to put it in every time to each individual monitor? Would seem to unnecessarily bloat the MP file with redundant information.
I have a scenario where the monitors I’m…[Read more]
Have been tasked by our DBAs to see if there is a way to monitor SQL Server Extended Events log files. Has anyone had any practice with this? Looks to be a lot of information about it, but not “hooking” SCOM in with it.