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Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager 1.6 - User Guide (for AWS environments)

Rules view

By default, the following columns are displayed in the Rules view:

Enabled: Indicates if the rule is enabled or disabled . You can sort the list of rules by state, by clicking the Enabled column.
Rule: Contains the rule name. Click the rule name to start the workflow for viewing and editing rule details.
Alarms: Contains the number of alarms (multiple-severity rules only) generated by the rule. Clicking that column shows a list of alarms indicating for each alarm its severity, when the alarm was generated, and the alarm message.
Applies to: Shows the object name that is applied to this custom rule.
Description: Contains the rule description.

Enabling/Disabling rule(s)

The Rule Configuration dashboard shows a list of existing rules and a set of rule management commands at the top of the list. Use the Enable Rule and Disable Rule buttons to activate or deactivate one or multiple rules at once.

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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Rule Configuration.
The Rule Configuration dashboard opens.
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On the Rules list, select one or more check boxes in the left-most column, and then click Enable Rule.
The Enable Rules dialog box opens.
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In the Enable Rules dialog box, click Yes.
The Rules list refreshes with the rules’ status updated automatically.
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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Rule Configuration.
The Rule Configuration dashboard opens.
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On the Rules list, select one or more check boxes in the left-most column, and then click Disable Rule.
The Disable Rules dialog box opens.
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In the Disable Rules dialog box, click Yes.
The Rules list refreshes with the rules’ status updated automatically.

Adding a custom rule

The Rule Configuration dashboard shows a list of existing rules and a set of rule management commands at the top of the list. Use the Add Custom Rule button to create a new rule as needed.

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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Rule Configuration.
The Rule Configuration dashboard opens.
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Click Add Custom Rule on the Rules table.
The Create Custom Rule dialog box opens.
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In the Create Custom Rule dialog box, specify the following:
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Select an Object Type, and then select a metric from the Metric drop-down list. The value of Metric varies from the Object Type.
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Select either Threshold or % Change, and then specify the following values as needed.
Threshold: Specify Condition, Time Period, Severity, and then specify whether or not fire actions if the specified data attempts are reached. The value of Condition cannot be negative.
% Change: Specify Condition, Time Period, and Severity Label. The value of Condition cannot be negative.
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(Optional) Notifications: Click Add New, then the Edit Notification Config - Dialog box appears. In this dialog box, type the E-mail Address and Description as needed, and then click Add.
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Click Save.
The Rules table refreshes automatically to show the newly added rule.

Removing custom rule(s)

The Rule Configuration dashboard shows a list of existing rules and a set of rule management commands at the top of the list. Use the Remove Custom Rule button to delete existing custom rule(s) as needed.

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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Rule Configuration.
The Rule Configuration dashboard opens.
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Click Remove Custom Rule on the Rules table.
The Remove dialog box opens.
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Click Yes.
The Rules table refreshes automatically and removes the selected rule.

 

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