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Resource Alerts

Resource Alerts

An organization can monitor certain events within the environment and upon an event, when thresholds are crossed, have an email alert sent to a list of email addresses. The events are system-defined: high processor or memory usage, and processor or memory bursting. Users can adjust the thresholds to suit their needs. Users define to whom the emails are sent. When an event occurs, a threshold is crossed, users subscribed to that rule are notified by email of the condition. Emails are sent when thresholds are crossed in either direction; that is, when the resource exceeds the threshold and when the resource returns below the threshold. To prevent temporary spikes in resource consumption from triggering events (and therefore emails), three consecutive readings above or below the threshold are required before an event is opened or closed.

Note: Instance-based compute pools are not resource-constrained, unlike reserved compute pools which are resource-constrained. Therefore, resource alerts are not available for instance-based compute pools.

  1. Select a compute pool, if desired.
  2. Select a resource tab.
  3. Click View Alerts, Icon: Resource alerts, to view resource alerts.
  4. The Alert History window appears.

  5. Type or select From and To dates up to 30 days apart.
  6. Click Filter.
  7. The alert history for the selected date appears.

    Open issues will be in red.

  8. Click Icon: Resource alerts to view resource alert events.
  9. Click Icon: Resource alerts to hide resource alert events.
  10. Hover over up arrow, Icon: Resource alerts, to scroll up, double-click to jump to top.
  11. Hover over down arrow, Icon: Resource alerts, to scroll down, double-click to jump to bottom.
  12. Click Icon: Resource alerts to page back.
  13. Click Icon: Resource alerts to page forward.
  14. Type a Page number to jump to a page.

Note: Resource alerts can be viewed from any tab on Environments.