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92 vFoglight

User Guide

Printing Views

You can print vFoglight views using the Print option in the actions panel. The view is displayed in a separate browser with a standard print dialog.

Note To generate a PDF file for a table that exceeds the number of rows to fit on a single page, the table should be specified as either a top level view with the Purpose = report in

Configuration > Definitions, or it should be included in the Report Layout container.

The output is formatted using the Print theme specified in the User Preferences page.

(see “ User Preferences ” on page 36 for details). You can override this setting by

choosing a different option in the action panel under Themes.

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Working with Services and Alarms

A service is a collection of objects that you want to monitor. Some services are created automatically (such as Hosts and Databases) as part of the vFoglight Management

Server or as part of the cartridges you deployed. However, most services are created by users based on what they find interesting, and are typically organized around what a user needs to monitor. Different groups of users can define their own services. For example, a database administrator creates database services or a vFoglight administrator creates System services.

Alarms are triggered by performance problems on services. This chapter provides details on how to view system-wide alarms for all monitored services.

This chapter contains the following sections:

Overview ......................................................................................................................................94

Monitoring Services .....................................................................................................................96

Viewing System-Wide Alarms and Service Details ...................................................................104

Examining Details on a Single Service ......................................................................................105

Viewing Service Levels ..............................................................................................................106

Building a Service ......................................................................................................................108

Filtering Alarms ..........................................................................................................................115

Monitoring System-Wide Alarms ...............................................................................................118

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