Optional Configuration for the Operations Manager Management Pack

更新日期: 2010年8月

適用於: Operations Manager 2007

You can configure the Operations Manager Management Pack for your environment. For instance, to reduce network traffic, you can override the rules that collect performance data.

The following table lists optional configurations for the Operations Manager Management Pack and specifies where you can find additional information about each option.

 

Configuration Option Additional Information

Change the default settings by overriding rules.

See the "How to Monitor Using Overrides in Operations Manager 2007" topic in Operations Manager 2007 Help.

Disable performance data, warnings, and events that you do not want to receive. To reduce network traffic, you can disable the rules that collect warnings, data, and noncritical events in environments such as the following:

  • Deployments in a wide-area network with slow links

  • Deployments across satellite links

  • Deployments involving large branch offices

  • Deployments in which alerts are forwarded to a global network operations center

See “Disable Performance Data” in Optional Configuration for the Operations Manager Management Pack.

Configure monitoring of Connected Management Groups.

See “Configure a Connected Management Group” in Optional Configuration for the Operations Manager Management Pack.

Enable health rollup from the Local Health Service to the Health Service Watcher for monitoring performance, configuration, and security.

See “Enable Monitors for Local Health Service” in Optional Configuration for the Operations Manager Management Pack.

Disable Performance Data

To reduce network traffic or to improve performance on servers with slow WAN links, you can use overrides to disable the rules that collect performance data.

note附註
When you disable a rule that collects performance data, the reports that rely on the rule's data will not work.

To disable performance data

  1. In the Operations console, on the Go menu, click Authoring.

  2. In the navigation pane, expand Management Pack Objects, and then click Rules.

  3. Under Rules, right-click the rule that you want to stop collecting performance data for, point to Overrides, point to Disable the Rule, and then click For all objects of type: <type of object>.

Configure a Connected Management Group

To use a connected management group, you must add a Run As account to the Run As profile for the Connected Management Group account. You must also enable the Tiered Management Group Synthetic Transaction monitor for the connected management group—the group that forwards alerts and other monitoring data from a connected management group to the local management group.

To add a Run As account to the Run As profile for the Connected Management Group account

  1. Open the Operations console, and then in the navigation pane, click the Administration button.

  2. Under Administration, expand Security, and then click Run As Profiles.

  3. Double-click Connected Management Group Account, and then click the Run As Accounts tab.

  4. Click New, and then in the Run As Account drop-down menu, click a Run As account that has permission to access the connected management group.

  5. Under Matching Computers, click your connected management group, and then click OK.

To enable the Tiered Management Group Synthetic Transaction monitor

  1. Open the Operations console, and then in the navigation pane, click the Authoring button.

  2. Under Authoring, expand Management Pack Objects, and then click Monitors.

  3. In the list of monitors, expand Connected Management Group, expand Entity Health, expand Availability, and then click Tiered Management Group Synthetic Transaction.

  4. On the toolbar, click Overrides, point to Override the Monitor, and then click For all objects of type: Connected Management Group.

  5. Under Override-controlled parameters, find the Enabled value that appears in the Parameter Name column, and then select the check box next to it in the Override column.

  6. In the Override Setting column for the Enabled parameter, in the drop-down box, click True, and then click OK.

Enable Monitors for the Local Health Service

The Health Service Watcher monitors the state of the remote Health Service from the perspective of the root management server. The Health Service Watcher for agents includes four dependency monitors that assess the local health service and roll it up to the Health Service Watcher:

  • Local Health Service Configuration

  • Local Health Service Performance

  • Local Health Service Security

  • Local Health Service Availability

By default, only the Local Health Service Availability dependency monitor is enabled. The local health service dependency monitors for configuration, performance, and security are disabled because, if enabled in an environment with more than 500 agents, they can degrade the processing performance of the root management server.

If your environment has fewer than 500 agents, you might want to enable one or more of these dependency monitors for specific computers or computer groups.

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If you have a large configuration or a high number of management packs installed, please refer to Knowledge Base article 938626 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=177413).

To enable the Local Health Service Configuration dependency monitor

  1. Open the Operations console, and then in the navigation pane, click the Authoring button.

  2. Under Authoring, expand Management Pack Objects, and then click Monitors.

  3. In the list of monitors, expand Health Service Watcher (Agent), expand Configuration, and then click Local Health Service Configuration.

  4. On the toolbar, click Overrides, point to Override the Monitor, and then click For all objects of type: Health Service Watcher (Agent).

  5. Under Override-controlled parameters, find the Enabled value that appears in the Parameter Name column, and then select the check box next to it in the Override column.

  6. In the Override Setting column for the Enabled parameter, in the drop-down box, click True, and then click OK.

To enable the Local Health Service Performance dependency monitor

  1. Open the Operations console, and then in the navigation pane, click the Authoring button.

  2. Under Authoring, expand Management Pack Objects, and then click Monitors.

  3. In the list of monitors, expand Health Service Watcher (Agent), expand Performance, and then click Local Health Service Performance.

  4. On the toolbar, click Overrides, point to Override the Monitor, and then click For all objects of type: Health Service Watcher (Agent).

  5. Under Override-controlled parameters, find the Enabled value that appears in the Parameter Name column, and then select the check box next to it in the Override column.

  6. In the Override Setting column for the Enabled parameter, in the drop-down box, click True, and then click OK.

To enable the Local Health Service Security dependency monitor

  1. Open the Operations console, and then in the navigation pane, click the Authoring button.

  2. Under Authoring, expand Management Pack Objects, and then click Monitors.

  3. In the list of monitors, expand Health Service Watcher (Agent), expand Security, and then click Local Health Service Security.

  4. On the toolbar, click Overrides, point to Override the Monitor, and then click For all objects of type: Health Service Watcher (Agent).

  5. Under Override-controlled parameters, find the Enabled value that appears in the Parameter Name column, and then select the check box next to it in the Override column.

  6. In the Override Setting column for the Enabled parameter, in the drop-down box, click True, and then click OK.

note附註
If the Operations Manager agent is unable to restart the Health Service after its monitored thresholds are exceeded, see Knowledge Base article 939799 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=165719).

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