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Looking for an alert to alert me when a server goes offline

Posted on 2009-04-02
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HP Sim seems to be reliable. It notifies us within 1 minute when a server goes offline or reboots.

Working on replacing sim with mom.

Any ideas? Looking to find an alert that will alert me when a server goes offline

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I run Vista on my desktop and have a nice gadget on my sidebar that pings our internal servers every 60 seconds.  It is a great heads up when one of them goes offline.  The ping frequency is adjustable too.
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HP offers a free of charge MOM integration pack for ProLiant servers. You can download it from the HP website. Combined with the HP ProLiant Support Pack installed on every physical ProLiant server (for agent data delivery) you have 100% management and alerting for your ProLiant infrastructure in MS MOM.
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