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The agent baseline is a critical part of the release process of new management packs because the prime goal is to avoid introducing any new issues into the monitored environment.
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The management server is one of the central components of any MOM installation. Any alerts that are generated by the MOM 2005 management pack should be checked and resolved as soon as possible so that you can ensure that the MOM infrastructure is operating correctly. The emphasis should be on ensuring the availability of the management server rather then resolving issues related to performance. The management server ensures that alert data is sent to the Operations database, but event and performance data could be lost. Table 4-3 contains the main alerts that you will see.
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Table 4-3. Management Server Alerts
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Rule/Cause of Failure Check
The network connection to the Operations database has been lost. The OnePoint database is full.
Event Id
Probable Cause
Failed to insert events into the database.
Check the network connection to the server holding the OnePoint database. Ensure that the OnePoint database has a maximum size of 30 GB, but that it has 40-percent free space for jobs to complete correctly. The database should never be set to grow automatically. Make sure that the SQL server is not running in single user mode. The OnePoint database has run out of capacity. Ensure that the OnePoint database has a maximum size of 30 GB, but that it has 40-percent free space for jobs to complete correctly. The database should never be set to grow automatically. Ensure that the OnePoint database has a maximum size of 30 GB, but that it has 40-percent free space for jobs to complete correctly. The database should never be set to grow automatically. Check that the server is running and allowing connections, and that the database is online. Check that the DAS account has a db_owner role for the OnePoint database and a SQL Server Security login with permit server access.
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Unrecoverable database error; the system will continue processing events and alerts.
SQL server is running in single user mode.
The MOM Server was unable to retrieve data or prepare data for insertion in the database. The database server is not available. The Data Access Service (DAS) account access rights are incorrect.
25103, 25106, 25107
The OnePoint database has run out of capacity.
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The MOM Server failed to locate any DAS servers.
Table 4-3. Continued
Rule/Cause of Failure Check
The server was manually restarted. The MOM Service service was too busy and had to be restarted. This can be a sign that the management server is struggling to cope with the load. The database server is not available.
Event Id
Probable Cause
The MOM service is not available on the management server.
Check the application and Dr. Watson logs to see if the cause of the crash is listed. Check the Operations database, and that the volume of alerts that the management server is receiving is at an acceptable level. Check that the server is running and allowing connections, and that the database is online. Check that the server is running and allowing connections and that the database is online. Check the network connections between the management server and the database server.
The incoming MOM server queue is full.
The outgoing MOM server queue is full.
220061, 220062, 21269
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It is highly recommended that you upgrade the MOM 2005 infrastructure to MOM 2005 SP1 as soon as possible as the SP1 upgrade resolves the majority of the common errors.
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You should define a process of managing the alerts that the MOM management pack generates. Experience has shown that alerts from the other management packs tend to take priority. If the alerts from the MOM management pack are not acted upon, it could cause a loss of service on the management server(s). Regular capacity reviews should be carried out to ensure that the management servers are sized to cope with the current load, and for any envisaged growth in the environment that is managed.
Agent Management
This section concentrates on the common issues that you ll encounter on an agent-managed system and what hotfixes you need to use as possible resolutions to the symptoms. Table 4-4 shows the common alerts on agents and recommends hotfixes for each. Table 4-4. Common Alerts on Agents
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