Small Business Susan

Adding Dell alerts to your SBS 2008 (and v7) monitoring

http://www.dell.com/downloads/us/bsd/integrating_hardwareAlerts.pdf


(edit:  changed the url as I accidentially linked twice to the same page, now linked to the right Dell page, thanks Phil)


http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/software/svradmin/6.3/en/MSG/PDF/OMSAMSG.pdf


Introduction:
This white paper provides information on the Monitoring and Reporting
feature in the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008
SBS Console and the alert mechanism in Dell OpenManage systems
management tool. It includes instructions to integrate the OpenManage
alerts into the SBS System Report. This white paper is ideal for
users who have a Windows SBS-based infrastructure deployed and
wants to generate a comprehensive report with both software and
hardware alerts.

<AlertDefinitions>
<AlertDefinition ID=”469ADADA-0000-1111-9999-ADADADADA001″
Default=”1″
Title=”OpenManage Log”
Source=”Server Administrator”>
<Parameters>
<Path>System</Path>
<Provider>Server Administrator</Provider>
<SetEventID>2335</SetEventID>
<ClearEventID />
</Parameters>
</AlertDefinition>
</AlertDefinitions>

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Below is list of OpenManage alerts that gets into the Server Event
Logs section of the SBS report as displayed in the Fig 4 using the
sample script provided here.
• ESM log size is full.
• Failure of Fan 4 in the system chassis.
• Fan redundancy lost in the System chassis.



<AlertDefinitions>
<AlertDefinition ID=”469ADADA-0000-1111-9999-ADADADADA005″
Default=”1″
Title=”Open Manage Log”
Source=”Server Administrator”>
<Parameters>
<Path>System</Path>
<Provider>Server Administrator</Provider>
<SetEventID>1104</SetEventID>
<ClearEventID />
</Parameters>
</AlertDefinition>



 
<AlertDefinition ID=”469ADADA-0000-1111-9999-ADADADADA006″
Default=”1″
Title=”Open Manage Log”
Source=”Server Administrator”>
<Parameters>
<Path>System</Path>
<Provider>Server Administrator</Provider>
<SetEventID>1554</SetEventID>
<ClearEventID />
</Parameters>
</AlertDefinition>
<AlertDefinition ID=”469ADADA-0000-1111-9999-ADADADADA007″
Default=”1″
Title=”Open Manage Log”
Source=”Server Administrator”>
<Parameters>
<Path>System</Path>
<Provider>Server Administrator</Provider>
<SetEventID>1306</SetEventID>
<ClearEventID />
</Parameters>
</AlertDefinition>
</AlertDefinitions>



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