SCOM Health check reports V3

It has been a while since we looked at updating the famous health check reports once posted on SCC based on a series of OpsMgr hygiene written by Pete Zerger.

 

Pete and I had planned to update this management pack ever since but never got the time to do so.

Pete contacted me a couple of weeks ago to catch up and we decided the new release of OpsMgr is a nice time to review and change the pack.

As a teaser there will be a SCSM version as well ! Hot smile

Eventually we rewrote the entire pack combining allot of reports and adding some new reports.

 

This version is not upgradable it will simply add an extra folder to your reporting pane:

 

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Where you can use both versions if you like. And remove the old one if you are no longer using it.

To install if you have V2 just import the management pack bundle.

If you don’t have V2 please read the manual!

 

If you are new to the health check reports, the accompanied manual is updated and will show you how exactly you can add the extra data source.

 

Now for the reports in this pack:

 

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The following management packs contains drill through by using the links (data fields underlined ) you can click the links for a more detailed report:

Health Check Report – Events – Total events per Computer

General

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Details

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Health Check Report – Events – Total Events per Event number

General

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Details

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The database state report has actually 2 pages one for overview and one for details:

Overview

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Details

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Now the bits for this pack are posted to the technet gallary :

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/SCOM-Health-Check-Reports-c32e8f93

 

EXTENDING and community effort.

Since it took us 5 years to finally got to updating the packs Winking smile we decided to place all the contents, including reports, xml and pictures to git Hub .

You can freely add and improve on these reports and make this pack even more valuable.

 

Announcement http://insidethecloudos.azurewebsites.net/scom-health-check-reports-v3-on-github/

 

Source on GIT https://github.com/pzerger/scomhealthcheck

 

As for now any comments or feedback please use the comments on the download on technet gallery, or below or git hub.

 

Cheers,

 

Oskar Landman & Pete Zerger

8 thoughts on “SCOM Health check reports V3

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  2. Profile photo of Reuben BruceReuben Bruce

    Thanks for the report fellas. Noticed all the reports are targeting System.entity and not 100% sure why but it does mean all of the reports are displayed and cluttering the console. Any chance you could tweak to tidy it up as most of the reports on not context based as might take me ten years to update 🙂

  3. Profile photo of Arthur SilvanyArthur Silvany

    Oskar,

    My OperationsManagerDW has 6 datafiles and each ones has a limit to 50gb to write data. When the limit is exceed, the data is written to another datafile. This was a policy that the DBAs has created and don´t know if it is the Microsoft best practice. When I perform a database state report, it shows me only 3 datafiles and report me that I have less than 9% free space. Does this report have a limit to show datafiles?

    Regards,

    Arthur

  4. Profile photo of FrodeFrode

    This is a great piece of work!

    Excellent reports, however I have to agree with Bruce here. the reports is cluttering up the console with all the reports appering on all instances in the console.

    any simple way to exclude these reports from the “Report Tasks” using  permissions in Reporting Services?

     

    regards

    Frode

  5. Profile photo of chris blohmchris blohm

    Hi,
    i have a Problem with one Report. When i try to run the Report ‘Health Check Report – Monitors – State Data Not Groomed’ i get the following error : ‘Query execution faild for Dataset ‘HealthServiceRunas”.
    Does someone have a hint for me?
    Brgds, Jan

  6. Profile photo of chris blohmchris blohm

    Hi,
    i have a Problem with one Report. When i try to run the Report ‘Health Check Report – Monitors – State Data Not Groomed’ i get the following error : ‘Query execution failed for Dataset ‘HealthServiceRunas”.
    Does someone have a hint for me?
    Brgds, Jan

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