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BPM- file size 0 KB is not showing the alerts correctly

Hi all,

I have defined the file monitoring in BPM solution manager.

I have scheduled the minimum threshold for red alert as 0 KB, but it is giving as green notification.

kindly let me know wht is the problem.

Thanks,

Subhashini

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 04:21 PM

    Please, implement the latest version of the central note with corrections of BPM.

    My recommendations is the following. Implement the latest version of patch level of ST-SER.

    For example: for ST-SER 701_2008_2 the latest patch level is 07.

    After implement patch level 07 you must apply this note below.

    Number 1459837

    Short text Corrections BPMon: ST-SER 701_2008_2 after last SP

    Another example:

    Your solman system has ST-SER 701_2010_1, implement the latest patch level that is patch level 03.

    After implement patch level 03 you must apply this note below.

    Number 1502863

    Short text Advance Corr. BPMon ST-SER 701_2010_1 Support Package 4

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 01:22 PM

    Hi Mateus,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Currently we are having ST-SER 701_2008_2 patch 6. we are planning to upgrade it by this weekend.

    As a work around i found that, it is considering the value that is less than the threshold.

    e.g if i give 1 as the threshold for red... it is taking the value that is less than 1 KB.

    So as of now it is working fine.

    Will let you know after upgrade.

    thanks,

    Subhashini.

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