Configure a Notification

To configure the default notifications that come with Monitor, perform the following steps:

  1. Go to the Admin tab and select Notification > Health Check.
    The following page will display:


    Figure 1. Editing a Notification
  2. This displays all the following notifications; they have default values, which can be changed.
    CheckAlerts
    This sends an email if there are active alerts in Monitor.
    CheckDownLicDaemon
    This sends an email if Monitor has lost a connection to a server that it is monitoring.
    CheckDownSlaves
    This sends an email if any of the taskers are down.
    CheckVendorLicenseExpiration
    This sends an email if when license is going to expire. The default is 10 days before expiration.
    Daemons
    This sends an email if the daemons are down.
    LicenseNearSaturation
    This sends an email if the feature is nearly fully utilized; the default is 95 percent – that implies that 95 percent of the feature is being used.
    LongCheckouts
    This sends an email if there is a checkout longer than 30 days.
    ServerDiskSpace
    This sends an email if available disk space is below 1%.
    ServerSize
    This sends an email if the size of the server increases by 1.5 times.
  3. Click Edit for a specific alert.
    A new window displays.
  4. If you click Disable, you can disable the notification.


    Figure 2. Configuring Notification Emails
  5. From Notification Configuration page, you can change the following items:
    Check Frequency
    This sets the frequency of the health check.
    Mail Notification Frequency
    This sets the frequency for the notification.
    Recipients
    This is the list of owners who will receive notifications. Add emails and separate them by a space.
    Options
    The options are shown under the documentation section of this page, and you can enter in changes accordingly here.
  6. Click Change to save your changes.