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Weekly Tasks

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This section lists the tasks you should perform at least once per week. You might need to perform these tasks more frequently, depending on your environment.

Table 3.2 Weekly Tasks

Weekly tasks

Reference

Review the Most Common Events and Alerts reports. Troubleshoot or fine tune recurring/high volume events and alerts.

See the "Monitoring the MOM Database" section in Chapter 6, "MOM Database Management."

Monitor database size for growth. Track growth trends and changes. You can query database size at Public Views\Microsoft Operations Manager\ Databases\ Microsoft Operations Manager Database Percent Free Space.

See the "Monitoring the MOM Database" section in Chapter 6, "MOM Database Management."

Evaluate methods to increase application and server performance, based on the knowledge obtained from daily operational activities.

See the "Performance, Optimization, and Tuning" section in Chapter 4, "MOM Maintenance Overview."

Review Windows® NT/2000 Performance Analysis reports for the central computer and database server for CPU, memory and disk performance analysis.

See the "Monitoring the MOM Database" section in Chapter 6, "MOM Database Management."

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