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Component status value definitions

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Created by Chris Foley, last modified by Lori Krell on Nov 28, 2016

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Overview

This article explains the common status values that a component can return in SAM.

Environment

  • All  SAM versions
  • All Microsoft Windows versions

Detail

 

Up: The resource, application, node is up. The numerical value is 0.

 

Down:  The resource being monitored by the component is unavailable. The numerical value is 1.

Examples:

  • Windows Service Monitor detects that the service is not running.
  • HTTP Monitor detects that the website is not responding.

 

Warn:  One or more Warn thresholds in the component's settings, has been exceeded.  The numerical value is 2.

Examples: 

  • Windows Service Monitor detects that the service is using CPU% greater than Warn threshold.
  • HTTP Monitor detects that the website's response time is greater than the Warn response time threshold set within the component.

 

Critical:  One or more Critical thresholds in the component's settings has been exceeded. The numerical value is 3.

Examples: 

  • Windows Service Monitor detects that the service is using CPU% greater than Critical threshold.
  • HTTP Monitor detects that the website's response time is greater than the Critical response time threshold set within the component.

 

Unknown: The component was unable to asses the status of the resource being monitored.  This is normally due to communication errors or mis-configured settings. The numerical value is 4 or any other value.
Note: View the details page of the application or the component provides additional information regarding the cause of the issue.

 

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