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Best Practices for System Health

Question asked by Renato Goncalves on Sep 28, 2018
Latest reply on Oct 2, 2018 by Renato Goncalves

I was reading Best Practices for System Health and i found this:

 

"Configure the alerts database to maintain a healthy level of alerts. ESA uses MongoDB to store alerts. If the MongoDB becomes flooded with alerts, it can slow or stop the database. To ensure your database maintains a healthy level of alerts, configure settings to clear out alerts regularly. To do this, see "Configure ESA Storage" in the Event Stream Analysis (ESA) Configuration Guide."

 

After that o start reading the Configuration Guide for ESA and i saw this:

ESA Config: Configure ESA Storage 

 

But in the link the way to configure MongoDB is:

  • Log on to Security Analytics as admin.
  • In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > Services.
  • Select the ESA service, then  View > Explore.
  • On the left, select Alert > Storage > maintenance.

 

And when i go to Administration > Services > View > Explore > Alert in the left panel there is no Storage option.

Where can i find it in this version?

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