What is Solaris Monitoring profile?

In TrueSightmonitoring profiles are profiles to which the monitor types (application classes) you want to enable are associated. Each KM contains multiple monitoring profiles and help to reduce unnecessary monitoring. Each monitoring profile is associated with a group of monitor types. The monitor types that belong to a profile are pre-determined. You cannot add or remove monitor types from a profile.

The Solaris monitor profile contains the following monitor types. By default, these monitor types are also included for monitoring when you configure the Solaris OS for monitoring. This profile monitors Solaris System (CPU, Memory, Processes, Network, NFS, Storage, Swap Devices, and Virtualization). The following monitor types that are part of Solaris Monitoring are also be loaded

Monitor typeConfiguration required?

Solaris Infrastructure or Solaris Local OS

Yes.

  • Disk
  • Disks
  • Filesystem
  • Filesystems
  • Kernel
  • Logical Domain
  • Memory
  • Network
  • Network Interfaces
  • NFS
  • NFS V3 Client
  • NFS V3 Server
  • NFS V4 Client
  • NFS V4 Server
  • Process
  • Processes
  • Processor
  • Processor
  • Processors
  • Project
  • Projects
  • Resource Pool
  • Resource Pools
  • Service
  • Services
  • Solaris Host
  • Solaris Logical Domains
  • Solaris OS
  • Swap
  • Swap Devices
  • Users
  • Zone
  • Zones
  • ZPool
  • Zpool

No. You can directly start monitoring of these monitor types when you configure the Solaris Infrastructure monitor type.

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