1 Reply Latest reply on May 18, 2018 11:02 AM by Abhay Bhagat

    How to Configure :-- Time to terminate runaway Process using Infrastructure  Policies

    Abhay Bhagat

      Dear Experts ,

       

      In trueisght Polices configuration Windows Processes - BMC PATROL for Microsoft Windows Servers 4.7 - BMC Documentation

       

      There is an option Time to terminate runaway Process , For configuring this where do I need enable the CPU threshold and for which parameter

       

      Are we talking about the Server Threshold for Processor Time (PROCProcessorTimePercent)  or it need to be an agent theshold , Let me knowif someone tested it from TrueSight policies

        • 1. Re: How to Configure :-- Time to terminate runaway Process using Infrastructure  Policies
          Abhay Bhagat
          1. Time to terminate runaway Process - Terminate the process when the process CPU% utilization exceeds the defined PATROL threshold If this option is used, PATROL terminates the process when it appears to be in a “run away” state. This state is defined by the following criteria: -> The CPU% utilization exceeds the threshold specified in "CPU Threshold in %" under "Automatic Process Monitoring"-> The process exceeds this threshold for the specified length of time specified in "Time Duration in secs" When the process exceeds the threshold for the specified length of time, the process is terminated during the next collection cycle.

          2. "Run away" for a server is global and cannot vary for different processes.In case of multiple process monitoring infrastructure policies, policy with lower precedence will take effect.

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