We have a couple servers which we currently monitor with PA Server Monitor. I needed to add a Web service monitor to one of them. I successfully added, I can see the Alerts, in Recent Alerts, but not in Chart area. I waited hours, days, but it doesn't appear. I tried remove this Monitor, and added again, without success. What could be a problem? How can I solve it?

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asked 09 Jan, 07:29

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Hi Hajose,

Can you send me your screenshots? support@poweradmin.com

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answered 09 Jan, 10:14

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Hajos,

By default, newly added performance counters do not appear in the Charts section of the Server Status Report. If you want to add a new chart using the new counter, you will need to add one. Here is a link that will show you where to go to add your chart.

https://www.poweradmin.com/help/pa-server-monitor-8-0/report_server_status.aspx

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answered 09 Jan, 11:15

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Hi Quinn,

thank you, I have added a new chart. It works now. How can I supress alerts from this monitor? Because I do not need alert, I just want to know how many connection in current time.

regards Ervin

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Hajos,

In the monitor, open the performance counter you don't want to receive alerts for. There is an option on the popup menu that you can set to Do Not Alert.

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answered 10 Jan, 09:27

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