Chat now with support
Chat with Support

Spotlight on DB2 6.9.3 - User Guide

Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW (Linux, Unix, and Windows)
New in This Release Getting started with Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW Desktop features specific to Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW drilldowns
About Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW drilldowns Buffer Pool Analysis drilldown Client Application Analysis drilldown Database Analysis drilldown Database Manager Summary drilldown Diagnostic Log drilldown FCM Analysis drilldown Tablespace Analysis drilldown Top SQL drilldown Operating System drilldown Workload Management Analysis drilldown
Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW alarms Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW Options Tuning SQL statements in Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW
Spotlight Basics
Spotlight Connections Monitor Spotlight Connections Alarms Charts, Grids And Home Page Components View | Options Troubleshooting
Spotlight History Spotlight on Windows
Connect to Windows Systems Background Information Home Page Alarms Drilldowns View | Options Troubleshooting
Spotlight on Unix About us Third-party contributions Copyright

Event Log Rule Editor

Create or modify the filter rules that govern when events are recorded in the Event Log drilldown.

To open the Event Log Rule Editor

  1. Open Windows Event Log Metrics. Windows Event Log Metrics
  2. Click Add or highlight a rule and click Edit.

About the Event Log Rule Editor

  1. Select one or more conditions. Selected conditions are transcribed to the Rule description window.
    • Where the Time is...
    • Where the Event ID is...
    • Where the Text is...
    • Where the User is...
    • Where the Computer is...
    • Where the source is...
    • Where the Type is...
    • Where the Category is...
  2. Refine the rule description by clicking the underlined links as appropriate. Underlined links in red must be configured to acceptable values for the rule to be accepted.

    There are three parts to the rule:

    Parts of the rule Description
    If the log item comes from…

    Select the log relevant to this log rule. The options may include:

    • System log
    • Application log
    • Directory Service log (Windows domain controllers)
    • DNS Server log (Windows DNS servers)
    • File Replication Service log (Windows domain controllers)
    • Security log
    • Any (any log)

    The Directory Service and File Replication Service event logs are available only for Windows 2000 domain controllers. The DNS Server event log is available only for DNS servers. Under Windows 2000, the only logs available for view are the Application log, Security log, and System log.

    The conditions Selected conditions are added here.

    Do not add this log item

    Delete the recorded log item

    • Indicate when the log item should be deleted. Default is now.

    Raise alarm for this log item


Related Topics

Event Log Alarm

Event Log Page

Windows Event Log Metrics

Related Documents

The document was helpful.

Select Rating

I easily found the information I needed.

Select Rating