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VMWARE VCOPS/VROPS help needed I am seeing this dynamic threshold message in VROPS and think I know  how to decipher it , but could use some help "vmwareTrapKPIBreachActive"??????

Posted on 2015-02-05
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- vmwareTrapKPIBreachActive (IP/device name) DT equals/above ### ###
INC0704934        vmwareTrapKPIBreachActive 172.21.2.91 alert ID 45325, DT above 63.0 62.0
INC0707585        vmwareTrapKPIBreachActive 172.21.2.12 alert ID 16911, DT above 48.4 18.5

how to figure out what this means , I think first find out what  the ip "172.21.2.91" is referring to

then go into the VCOPS (or VROPS) console and try to find out what alert ID "ID 45325" is
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AWESOME!!!

what does the "DT above 63.0 62.0"  ?


63.0 and 62.0 mean

thanks again!!!!
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DT is dynamic threshold.
It says that 1 > 10
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ok so it is saying  Dynamic threshold  is set to 62.0 and is now 63.0 ?


thanks !!!!!!
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thanks and sorry for the delay
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