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Foglight for Exchange 6.0.0 - User Guide

Navigation basics Exploring the Foglight for Exchange dashboards Managing Exchange agents Reporting on your Exchange environment Foglight for Exchange views
Role views Exchange Server views Site views Cluster views Description of Embedded views
Agent State view Alarms view Auto Attendant Calls view Auto Attendant Directory Access view Auto Attendant General view Auto Attendant Transfers view Cached LDAP Searches/sec view CAS AB Load view CAS AB Service view CAS Control Panel Load view CAS Load view CAS OAB Download view CAS RPC Client Access view CAS RPC Client Access Load view CAS RPC HTTP view Client Access Features view Cluster Database Details view Cluster Storage Group Details view Cluster Summary and Resource Information view Cluster Summary view Clusters Listing view CPU view Disk view Domain Controllers view Edge Agent view Edge Transport Features view Exchange Roles Server Summary view Exchange Server Roles view (reference information) Exchange Servers in This Cluster view Exchange Servers view (Exchange Cluster Environment Summary) Exchange Servers view Host Monitor view Hub Transport Features view IP Address view Mailbox Features view Mailbox Store Assistant view Managed Availability Recovery Action Results view Memory view Network view Processes LDAP Read Time view Resource Utilization view Roles Listing view Roles Explorer view Role Features State view Roles Top 3 view Server Health view Server Listing view Servers in Site view Servers In This Site view Site By Category view Site Listing view Store Calendar Attendant view Store Client Search view Store Content Indexing view Store Database view Store Public Load view Store Resource Booking view Store RPC Client Throttling view Store Transport view Store User Load view Summary and Resource Information view Top 3 CPU Consumers view Top 3 Memory Consumers view Top 3 Network Consumers view Top 3 Storage Consumers view Total LDAP Read Time On All DCs view Total Long-Running LDAP Operations On All DCs view Transport Dumpster view Transport Edge Sync view Transport Extensibility Agent view Transport Load Store Drivers view Transport Queues view UM Availability view UM Call Answer General view UM Call Answer view UM Fax view UM General Current view UM General view UM Subscriber Access Calendar view UM Subscriber Access Directory view UM Subscriber Access General view UM Subscriber Access Message view Unified Messaging Features view Windows Services view
Foglight for Exchange rules Running diagnostic tests Managing Exchange metrics

Alarms and state indicators

Foglight for Exchange uses state indicators to show the severity level of alarms that have fired or the status of Exchange objects. The following state indicators and colors are used throughout the interface:

Fatal (red)

There is a strong indication that the server is experiencing conditions which will degrade performance.

Critical (orange)

Indicates that the current metric values point strongly towards performance-related problems with the specified component.

Warning (yellow)

Represents a possible performance problem, based on calculations on current server metrics against best-practices thresholds.

Normal (green)

Indicates the component is operating within normal thresholds.

A normal severity level indicates that there have been no warning, critical or fatal events fired. Foglight does not record events that are successful; it can only determine that there are no events that had problems.

The Foglight alarm types respond to thresholds that are defined within the Foglight for Exchange rules. As metrics change and move through thresholds, alarms are raised. As a metric moves through thresholds, the severity of an alarm changes, which causes the associated state indicators to change.

For detailed information about the Foglight for Exchange rules and metrics, see Foglight for Exchange rules .

Mouse-over actions

Many items within the Foglight for Exchange dashboards display additional information when you hover your cursor over them. For example:

Foglight for Exchange roles

Foglight controls user access using the concept of users, groups and roles. Each user can belong to one or more groups. The roles assigned to those groups determine the set of actions that the user can access.

Foglight comes with a set of built-in roles. In addition to these built-in roles, Foglight for Exchange comes with the following additional built-in roles which control access to the dashboards in Foglight for Exchange.

EX Administrator. Allows access to all dashboards in Foglight for Exchange.
EX QuickView User. Allows access to the Exchange Environment dashboard in Foglight for Exchange.
EX Report User. When implemented, this role will allow access to the Report Management dashboard and Exchange reports.

The Users & Security dashboard allows you to manage user access. To access this dashboard, on the navigation panel, select Dashboards > Administration > Users & Security Management. For more information on managing users and security, see the Foglight Administration and Configuration Guide or online help.

Exploring the Foglight for Exchange dashboards

Foglight for Exchange includes dashboards which aid in the monitoring, analysis and investigation of an Exchange environment’s health and performance.

These dashboards provide real-time views into the present state and relationships of the major components in your Exchange environment, including:

Exchange Server Roles. There are five Exchange server roles that allow administrators to split up the functions of an Exchange server and place each role, or a combination of roles, on different servers. The views provided allow you to monitor the health of the servers hosting these Exchange roles.
Exchange Servers. An Exchange server is any server that has Exchange services installed on it.
Sites. A site is a logical grouping of computers within Active Directory® that have reliable connectivity. The views provided allow you to monitor the health of the sites that are hosting Exchange servers.
Clusters. A cluster is composed of individual servers running cluster software which enables these computers to work together as a computer cluster, to provide failover and improve performance and availability over that of a single computer.

This section explains how to access the Exchange dashboards, describes the layout of each dashboard, and explains how to navigate through the embedded views of each dashboard:

For a description of the metrics captured in each of the embedded views, see Foglight for Exchange views.

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