To setting up sources, sign in as administrator and run the source settings page
by selecting the menu
The figure below presents a capture of the configuration page.
The different properties of sources are described in the section dedicated to Source Parameters
Here are basic steps:
Monitoring Settingsin the Account & Settings section.
Apply Settingsto save the changes.
Closeto quit the configuration window.
At any time, you can rerun the configuration manager to update
settings. A quick access is enabled via the menu
Settings from the Operations Console.
Here we assume that you are familar with a basic configuration as described in the last section. There are also some important notices about sources management:
"Source"+Index, where Index corresponds to the identifier of the source (E.g. Source0, Source2).
SourceIndex:device/status_item, note the colon
:separator. For example,
Source0:mysql-server01/Root Partitionindicates the item allowing to monitor the root partition on the server named mysql-server from the monitoring server related to Source0.
localhost/pingrefer to the same status data.
Let’s see how to set the sources. Here are basic steps:
Set the parameters according to the target monitoring system. See the section dedicated to Source Parameters for more details.
Make sure to have select the
Monitor Type as appropriate, and click on
Add as Source;
Select the source index from the selection list that will appear.
If you set the index of a source that has been already set, that source will be overwritten without requiring confirmation.
Repeat the above steps until all the sources you want to set have been completed.