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Monitoring and alerting when high CPU and send a report that list top consumers
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Hi, I am trying to find a way to configure Pandora to do the following Windows server monitoring:

*Our environment is Windows only. The server is installed on a Windows Server.

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[*]When CPU goes over x% for more than x seconds, send a report/alert listing the top x processes at the time of the incident.

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When Memory goes over x% for more than x seconds , send a report/alert listing the top x processes at the time of the incident.

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Also is it possible to generate reports and send them periodically and (more specifically) only send new incidents in subsequent emails. Example: "Since last report: The following happened...".

Lastly does Pandora have the ability to scoop up, say, .log files and parse the content to be used for reporting?

Thanks!
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#2
Hi Senri.

For your monitoring you'll need to establish the warning or critical threshold in your modules and assing them an alert. The alerts are the combination of module+template+action+command so you'll need to create a command to do what you want (list the top X processes), an action that uses this command and a template with the trigger condition desired. Read this section of the [url=http://wiki.pandorafms.com/index.php?title=Pandora:Documentation_en:Alerts]wiki [/url]to understand this point.

About monitoring log files, you can do it with Pandora. Just check this section of the [url=http://wiki.pandorafms.com/index.php?title=Pandora:Documentation_en:Log_Monitoring]wiki[/url] to know how.

Kind regards,
Enrique.
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