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When you initiate your Log & Event Manager deployment, SolarWinds recommends applying the correct port requirements and fine tuning your installation to ensure peak performance.
See the SolarWinds Port Requirements for SolarWinds Products Guide for the current LEM port requirements.
To minimize processor and memory resources, SolarWinds recommends reviewing your Log & Event Manager logging resources, fine-tuning your rules, and verifying that your virtual appliance is running properly.
Windows filtering platform (WFP) events are logged into Windows event logs when specified by auditing policies.
Adjust your Windows filtering platform events and enable WFP logging only on nodes that require that level of auditing. Windows environments often have WFP logging enabled by default, which may not be required. See Disable Windows filtering platform alerts using Alert Distribution Policy article for more information.
Ensure that your rules are not triggered too frequently, This can be caused by:
Your virtual environment may include adequate system resource reservations, However, system requirements can change over time, new resource allocations can be applied, or temporary limitations can become permanent. For optimal performance, ensure that you reserve the required system resources in your virtual environment. Allocating resources during your deployment may result in intermittent resource access or system restarts to recognize your deployment.