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SRM Profiler proxy agents

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Updated: June 16, 2017

The SRM Profiler Proxy Agents resource displays the health status of the proxy agents that have devices assigned to them. The following information is displayed:

  • View all agents – Click to display a full list of proxy agents assigned to SRM Profiler.
  • Monitored Devices – The number of devices being monitored by the proxy agent.
  • Device – Name of the server hosting a SRM Profiler proxy agent and its current status.
  • CPU utilization – Amount of CPU resources being used by the proxy agent.
  • Physical Memory (RAM) consumption – Amount of RAM being used by the proxy agent.
  • Disk Usage – Amount of disk space being used by the proxy agent.
  • Forecast – Estimate of when the disk will run out of space on the server hosting the proxy agent. The user will be provided a percentage value along with how many days or a date approximation of when the disk will run out of space.

When the CPU, RAM or Disk threshold reaches 70%, the indicator bar turns yellow, meaning warning, and when the threshold reaches 90%, it turns red, meaning critical.

 
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