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Monitoring Policy Templates for System Monitoring

A monitoring policy template defines the structure of the data you want to monitor. During the creation of a monitoring policy, you define the type of data you want to monitor by selecting a template.

The template properties, which include parsing criteria, are used by monitoring policies to track specific chunks of data.

Predefined Templates

The following table lists the templates that are available when you create system monitoring policies:

Template

Description

Supported clients

Level where information is collected

Activity Monitoring

  • For Windows and Macintosh, tracks user activity on a client:
    • Log on/Log off
    • Read, write, and execute activities
  • For NetApp 7-Mode and C-Mode filers, tracks activity on CIFS shares and NFS exports:
    • Create, read, write, delete, and set attribute operations
  • For remote Windows computers, monitor when users log on or log off.

Windows

Macintosh

NAS: NetApp 7-Mode and C-Mode filers (To enable NAS system monitoring, see Enabling System Monitoring for NAS Clients.)

Remote computers: Windows Server 2008 and above

Host

Disk IO Statistics

Tracks logical disk statistics:

  • Disk read/write throughputs
  • Total and free space
  • Read/Write wait queue

Windows

Linux

Host

HBA Statistics

Tracks fiber-channel adapter statistics:

  • Port index
  • Input/Output/Command counts
  • Input/Output sizes

Windows

Host

Network Statistics

Tracks TCP/IP interface statistics

  • Throughput
  • System-confined bandwidth

Windows

Linux

Host

Process Statistics

Tracks Commvault and third-party process information:

  • CPU usage
  • Memory usage
  • Threads/Handle count
  • Read/Write size

Windows for Commvault processes

UNIX for Commvault processes

Instance

Stream Reader Statistics

Tracks Commvault jobs and reader stream counts:

  • Number of active jobs
  • Number of active streams

Windows

UNIX

Instance

Stream Writer Statistics

Tracks Commvault jobs and writer stream counts:

  • Number of active jobs
  • Number of active streams

Windows

UNIX

Instance

System Statistics

Tracks system resource statistics:

  • CPU usage
  • Physical memory size
  • Free physical memory size
  • Virtual memory size
  • Free virtual memory size
  • Events
  • Mutexes
  • Processes
  • Semaphores
  • Threads

Windows

Linux

Host

Last modified: 2/9/2021 6:36:16 PM