HOWTO: Monitor a Process in Linux using vRealize Operations - Endpoint Operation Management - Part 2
Endpoint Operations Management EPOPS Linux VMware vRealize Operations
Published on 20 April 2016 by Christopher Lewis. Words: 166. Reading Time: 1 mins.
This is Part 2 of a series on Monitoring Processes in Linux using VMware vRealize Operations Endpoint Operations Management.
- Creating the MultiProcess Object for a single Linux Machine
- Creating a MultiProcess Object for a Linux Machine (via Inventory Explorer)
- Creating Object Relationships
- Identifying the correct process.query string
Creating a MultiProcess Object for a Linux Machine (via Inventory Explorer)
Log into vRealize Operations using an appropriate account.
Select Inventory Explorer.
Click Add Object.
At the Add Object dialog, complete the following:
- Enter the Display Name (crond).
- Select EP Ops Adapter from the Adapter Type dropdown.
- Select EP Ops Adapter < instance id> from the Adapter Instance dropdown.
- Select MultiProcess from the Object Type dropdown.
- Update the process.query field to show
Once you have added all the MultiProcess object you desire, they should be displayed within the Inventory Explorer under Object Types > MultiProcesses
Now all that is left is to configure the appropriate Objects Relationships.
This will be covered in Part 3.
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