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This section looks at some of the custom event rules that we always create when deploying MOM. We use the three rules described in the following sections to monitor for server shutdowns and reboots. We use a rule to trigger a success alert when the MOM Reporting DTS package completes successfully. We will now show you how to create the three rules to help in gathering information regarding server shutdowns and restarts. The three event rules will detect if a server has been 1) shut down cleanly, 2) shut down unexpectedly, and 3) started correctly. From these three rules, you should be able to keep track of scheduled and unscheduled reboots of your monitored servers. We will not go through rule creation step by step; instead, we will show you how you should specify the settings for the rule.
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The Clean Shutdown Rule
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This rule is used to identify when a server has been cleanly shut down or shut down properly. This might have been initiated by an administrator logged into a Terminal Services session or logged directly to the console, or even by an administrator executing tsshutdn from the command line. This rule looks for an event that will appear in the system log on a server every time a server is shut down. This event is well documented, and you will find information at http://support.microsoft.com and www.eventid.net. Figure 5-18 shows an example of the use of the Clean Shutdown rule to match an event. The event shown in Figure 5-18 originates from a source of EventLog, and has an event ID of 6006. We will use these values together with part of the event description to match against our rule. This rule is an Alert on or Respond to Event (Event) rule (see Figure 5-1) with a data provider of System (since that is the event log file in which we expect the event to appear). On the Criteria tab, we need to specify Source as EventLog and Event ID as 6006. We also need to use the Advanced option, since we are only using a portion of the event description. From the Advanced Criteria dialog, select the Description field and the contains substring condition, and then enter the value The Event log service was stopped. You will need to click the Add to List button once you have made your selections and entered the value.
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CHAPTER 5 s RULE C R EATION
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Figure 5-18. The Event tab of the Event Properties dialog, showing that the event log service was stopped (server shutdown) Leave all other options as the defaults. You can add a knowledge base entry if you like we will show you how to structure knowledge base entries later in the chapter.
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The Unexpected Shutdown Rule
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You use the Unexpected Shutdown rule to detect when a server crashes. This rule looks for an event that will appear in the system log on a server once the server has restarted after a crash or blue screen dump. This event is well documented, and you will find more information at http://support. microsoft.com and www.eventid.net. Figure 5-19 shows the Windows event that indicates that a server was unexpectedly shut down. This is the event that we will match the MOM rule to.
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Figure 5-19. The Event tab of the Event Properties dialog, showing that the previous system was shut down unexpectedly The event monitored by this rule originates from a source of EventLog, with an event ID of 6008. You can configure the rule in the same way as the Clean Shutdown rule: using the details of the preceding event in the Criteria tab. Again, use the Advanced button on the Criteria tab (see Figure 5-4) to specify the description, but this time select the matches wildcard condition and enter the value The previous system shutdown * was unexpected. Again you can create a custom knowledge base entry if needed.
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