Configuring the Warehouse Connector monitoring enables you to automatically generate notification when critical thresholds concerning Warehouse Connector and storage have been met.
Access the Warehouse Connector Monitoring view
What do you want to do?
|Role||I want to ...||Show me how|
|Administrator||View the details of Warehouse connector||Warehouse Connector Details View|
The Warehouse Connector Monitoring view is displayed.
|1||Displays the Warehouse Connector Monitoring view panel.|
|2||Allows you to configure Warehouse Connector Monitoring parameters.|
Warehouse Connector Monitoring parameters
The following table lists the parameters required to configure the Warehouse Connector to automatically generate notification when critical thresholds are reached.
|Source or Destination Status||Notify Offline For||Number of minutes or hours after which you receive a notification if the source or destination connection fails.|
|Stream Status||Notify Stopped For||Number of minutes or hours after which you receive a notification when the Stream goes offline.|
|Disk Is||The limit on the percentage of disk usage after which you would like to receive a notification.|
|Source Is Behind||Number of sessions after which a notification is raised if the source goes behind the defined number of sessions.|
|Rejected Folder Size Is||Limit on the percentage of folder usage after which you receive a notification.|
|Number Of Files in Permanent Failure Folder||Limit on the number of files in the permanent failure folder after which you receive a notification.|
|Notification Type||Configure email or distribution list||Click to configure email so that you can receive notifications in NetWitness Platform.|
|Configure Syslog and SNMP Trap servers||Click to configure audit logs.|
Syslog Notification, SNMP Trap Notification
|Enable NW Console to get notifications on the NetWitness Platform UI notification toolbar.|
Enable Email to get email notifications.
Enable Syslog Notification to generate syslog events.
Enable SNMP Trap Notification to get audit events as SNMP traps.