Setting System Monitor alarms
You can set alarms in the System Monitor to alert you
when the system goes above or below certain thresholds for
Select the option for which you want to set the alarm:
issue a beep if the level of
the selected resource goes above or below the entered value.
the selected option flashes on the
main window if the level of the selected resource goes above or
below the entered value.
Enter a value in either the ``Alarm Above''
or ``Alarm Below'' boxes.
If the resource goes above or below the specified value (the
list of options in
gives the value range for each option), the selected alarm is
set off and an alarm icon appears next to the options list on
the main window.
For example, the ``CPU Usage - User Time'' option has a
scale up to ``100''.
You can set the ``Alarm Above'' to be ``80''
and the ``Alarm Below'' to be ``10''; the alarm will go off if
the option extends beyond the specified alarm settings.
Click on Set Alarm.
Once the alarm has been set, the Delete Alarm button becomes
sensitized so that you can delete the settings if desired.
OK to save the settings and close the window.
Setting System Monitor options
Managing log data
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004