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Disable and get rid of filesystem-related alerts on a server

Sebino
Sebino Member Posts: 39 Red Ribbon
edited Apr 15, 2020 8:51AM in Enterprise Manager

Hello,

In OEM 13c we have the following alert lying around for weeks:

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I logged onto this server and ran command

$ emctl getmetric agent <server name>,host,FilesystemTargetComponentConfig

...

/export/hfs,/dev/asm/nfs_hfs-91,acfs,,,1,1,,,rw,, 

and we do see this filesystem popping up in our configuration.

I have 2 questions:

1/ I'd like to get rid of these alerts in console (shown in pic above): how to make them disappear ?

2/ We would like to disable hfs filesystem checking on this server (but for this filesystem *only* !):

how can we do so ? (we'll never use it again, although this mountpoint might be remain here for

a while...)

Forgot to say that I would like to do that using 'emctl' utility (or emcli... ?).

Thanks a lot.

Regards,

Seb

Message was edited by: Sebino

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  • Courtney Llamas-Oracle
    Courtney Llamas-Oracle Member Posts: 782 Employee
    edited Apr 15, 2020 8:51AM

    If you got to metric & collection settings, or int he template, and look a this item, click edit.   You'll see a section I believe is called "monitored objects".   It likely says "all others" right now, with thresholds.   If you edit that area, and add another key value (the filesystem) with different thresholds (in this case make them blank/null), then it will monitor that filesystem at one set of thresholds, and the rest at your original thresholds.  This should clear the alerts as well.