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Key Concepts

更新日期: 2010年5月

適用於: System Center Operations Manager 2007

A Health Model consists of different kinds of management pack elements that each perform a specific function to measure the overall health of an application.

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Targets
Every workflow must specify a target class. This section describes the effects of the target and provides recommendations for selecting the most appropriate target for a particular workflow.

Data Sources
Monitors and rules require a data source that they will retrieve information from. This section lists the different kinds of data sources and the information that each makes available to monitors and rules using them.

Monitors and Health State
Health state represents the current health of the application, and the health of each class is tracked for historical analysis. Monitors measure the health state of a class in the application’s service model. This section defines the different kinds of monitors and how multiple monitors are used together to measure the overall application health.

Rules
Rules collect monitoring data for online analysis and reporting, generate alerts that are not associated with health state, or run a command on a schedule. This section provides the details of each kind of rule and when they should be created.

Tasks
Tasks are commands that can be run on demand by the user to collect information or perform some action on one or more agents. This section defines the different kinds of tasks and shows how they are defined.

 
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