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Set a rule in the Response Time Window for more than 24 hours

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Created by Ezgi Muderrisoglu, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

This article provides information about the Response Time value of 24 hours in the correlation section of the rule builder and if you can set it to more than 24 hours.

Example: Agents that are disconnected for more than 24 hours, that connect back to the LEM Manager after this timeframe, do not trigger any rules within LEM.

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LEM version 6.2

Detail

Agents that are disconnected for more than 24 hours, that connect back to the LEM Manager after this timeframe, do not trigger any rules within LEM. The reason being is  because the events that the agent sends back to the LEM Manager are older than the set 24 hour real-time limit in the rules.

 

Unfortunately, it is not possible to extend for more than 24 hours as it is the current limit.

Note: Having a response time value set to 24 hours can also cause performance issues, as the longer the rule is waiting for the conditions in a rule to be met, the more logs are gathered taking up more space.  We would recommend keeping the Response Time value to a lower amount then 24 hours.

 

Contact SolarWinds Technical Support for more information.

 

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