In PA Server Monitor V5 is there a way to extract the monitor settings i.e. alert parameters, for servers monitored, other than going into each server and then each monitor and recording the parameters set to fire off alerts ?

asked 13 Sep '13, 02:11

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Hi Stevo,

There is a Configuration Report that should give you what you are looking for.

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answered 13 Sep '13, 09:11

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Thanks Quinn - I have run the report but note that if I have a disc space alert set as a physical disc space size - say <1GB the value shown in the configuration report for that drive appears as '< 0 GB '. However if I have the alert set as a percentage of disc space size such as < 10 % this value ' < 10% ' does appear in the report. Any idea why this would occur ? Stevo

(15 Sep '13, 22:45) Stevo

Stevo,

We're working on a fix for this and I'll let you know when we have it ready for you.

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(16 Sep '13, 15:28) Quinn ♦♦

Stevo,

OK we have the new build ready for you that has the fix in it. Please download and install the preview version.

https://www.poweradmin.com/servermonitor/preview.aspx

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(17 Sep '13, 14:00) Quinn ♦♦

Thanks Quinn installed and working. Stevo

(17 Sep '13, 19:47) Stevo
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