IBMDirector

The Technical Specifications below provide details on metrics collected by the IBMDirector application, how those metrics are evaluated by Longitude, and the available preconfigured reports. For additional details on the Longitude IBMDirector application, see the IBMDirector Application User Guide or contact Heroix Support.

Events

Longitude Events are generated when collected performance and availability metrics are evaluated by Longitude’s rule engine and a potential problem is detected.

The rules use best-practice thresholds, displayed below, which can be customized as needed.

Reports

Longitude reports display performance and availability metrics over time. Summary reports display average metrics across multiple devices, while detail reports drill down and present a more granular view of metrics for a selected device.

 

Fan
Metrics Events
Fan ID
Fan Status

 

Fan Status: Fan Status <> ‘OK’
Memory
Metrics Events
Memory ID
Memory Array Status
Memory Bank Label
Memory Capacity

 

Memory Status: Memory Status <> ‘OK’
Network
Metrics Events
Network Adapter ID
Network Adapter Name
Octets Received
Octets Transmitted
Speed
Status

 

Network Status: Network Status <> ‘OK’
PowerSupply
Metrics Events
Power Supply ID
Power Supply Description
Power Supply Status

 

Power Supply Status: Power Supply Status <> ‘OK’
ProcessorStatus
Metrics Events
Processor Index
Processor Status

 

Processor Status: Processor Status <> ‘OK’
Temperature
Metrics Events
Sesnor ID
Location
State
Reading
Lower Noncritical Threshold
Upper Noncritical Threshold
Lower Critical Threshold
Upper Critical Threshold
Lower Fatal Threshold
Upper Fatal Threshold

 

Temperature Status: State <> ‘OK’
Voltage
Metrics Events
Sesnor ID
State
Reading
Lower Noncritical Threshold
Upper Noncritical Threshold
Lower Critical Threshold
Upper Critical Threshold
Lower Fatal Threshold
Upper Fatal Threshold

 

Voltage Status: State <> ‘OK’

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