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    The Solaris Monitoring lets you monitor and manage your Solaris environment. It monitors the availability of your servers, which includes the following elements:

    Monitored Objects

    Application classes

     Description

    Data collectionDCMManages and monitors data collection.

    CPU and Kernel

    CPU

    Monitors processor statistics such as percentages of CPU utilization, CPU idle time, CPU time spent on user and system activities.

    SMP

    Monitors basic CPU utilization statistics for multiple processors on a computer

    KERNEL

    Provides information such as Kernel Memory Allocation (KMA) statistics, i-node usage, and Kernel usage of system resources

    Overall system health

    HEALTH AT A GLANCE

    Monitors the Overall CPU usage, filesystem usage, and virtual memory of the system

    Memory

    MEMORY

    Monitors memory activities and reports detailed memory utilization.

    SWAP

    Monitors virtual memory and provides the memory utilization for the entire system and for each swap area

    Networks

    NETWORK

    Monitors the network for information about interfaces, addresses, protocols, and traffic.

    Network file systems

    NFS

    Provides you with an abstract view of the entire filesystem, regardless of the various systems' architectures and operating systems

    Processes

    PROCESS

    Displays statistics on process switches, run queues, messaging, and semaphores and allows you to list zombie processes and change process priorities.

    PROCESS_PRESENCE

    Monitors specified processes running on your system.

    Scheduling tasks

    SCHEDULER

    Schedules processes and establishes monitoring blackout periods in your environment

    Reviewing security

    SECURITY

    Provides listings of the group and password files and shows the failed logins

    Health of SNMP

    SNMPHealth

    Monitors whether the SNMP Master Agent and subagent are running, lists configuration information, and provides diagnostic tests with which you can troubleshoot problems.

    Users

    USERS

    Monitors the resource consumption of individual users as well as the number of users and sessions that run on the system

    Filesystems

    FILESYSTEM

    Monitors the filesystems mounted on a system for information such as disk space, i-nodes, mount and unmounts file systems.

    Disks

    DISKS

    Monitors the disk drives that are mounted on a system

    Remote hosts

    REMOTE_HOSTS

    Monitors remote hosts running Secure Shell (SSH) protocol version 2 (SSH2) using the PSL collection method.

    REMOTE_MONITORING

    Acts as a container KM and hosts the instances of all remote hosts.

    Printers

    PRINTER

    Monitors and manages printers, print queues, and print jobs.

    Solaris Virtualization

    SOLARIS VIRTUALIZATION

    Monitors and manages Solaris Containers with zones and pools statistics such as

    • State and type of the zones and pools
    • CPU share allocated to the zones
    • CPU share available in the resource pools
    • Percentage of overall CPU utilization by the zones
    • Percentage of overall CPU utilization from the resource pools
    • Percentage of CPU idle time for the resource pools
    • Percentage of CPU time spent on user activities for the resource pools
    • Percentage of CPU time spent on system activities for the resource pools
    • Percentage of time spent waiting on input and output for the resource pools

    Projects

    PROJECT

    Enables you to monitor the projects in a global or a non-global zone.

    Zones

    ZONE

    Enables you to view the number of processes as well as the statistics and configuration information for a non-global zone.

    LDoms

    LDOM

    Enables you to monitor and display the configuration for each configured and active domain on the system, including the control domain, based on domain roles such as the Control domain, Service domain, and Guest domain

    zpools

    ZPOOL

    Enables you to view statistical data for zpools (collection of virtual devices that provide physical storage) created on the computer 

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    1. Need to add the following requirements to this page:

      For Integration with BCO ETL, you must ensure the following conditions are true:

      The PATROL Agent is installed and running on each LDOM/(GLOBAL ZONE) in DCM mode.
      The PATROL Agent is running in each (non-global) zone in PSL mode."