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Edit a local component monitor threshold

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Alerts are triggered when a monitored value exceeds a threshold. Each component monitor has its own predefined thresholds that are inherited from the template that was used to create it. You can override these thresholds on each individual component monitor, and use either static thresholds or dynamic baseline thresholds instead.

  1. Go to the Application Details resource, and click Edit Application Monitor.
  2. Expand the component monitor whose threshold you want to change.
  3. Click the Override Template button.
  4. Change the threshold values:
    1. If you are entering a static threshold, enter the Warning and/or Critical values.

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    2. If you are using a dynamic threshold, click Use Latest Baseline Thresholds.
    3. To understand the baselines calculated, click Latest Baseline Details.
    4. Click Apply thresholds.

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You can edit multiple thresholds simultaneously by multi-selecting component monitors, clicking Multi Edit, and changing the thresholds.

 
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