• Management Pack:  Windows Azure Pack
  • MP Version:  1.0.0.466
  • Released:  2/10/2016
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Windows Azure Pack Admin Site Event Could Not Connect To Resource Provider Monitor Monitor

  • ID:  WindowsAzurePack.Monitor.CouldNotConnectToResourceProvider
  • Description:  Error, unable to associate Could Not Connect To Resource Provider Monitor. This monitor is timed reset, you can overwrite the TimerWaitInSeconds parameter in the OM Console Override Properties dialog.
  • Target:  AdminSite
  • Enabled:  Yes

Operational States

Name State Description
First event: alert raised Error First event: alert raised, unhealthy.
Second event: alert reset Success Second event: alert reset, healthy.

Overridable Parameters

Parameter Name Default Value Description Override
TimeWaitInSeconds    

Alert Details

Monitor State Message Priority Severity Auto Resolution
First event: alert raised (Error) Error: Windows Azure Pack Admin Site Alert. Could Not Connect To Resource Provider Medium Critical Yes

Run As Profiles

Name
Default

Monitor Knowledgebase

Summary

Checks for the occurrence of error Event 1046. This error indicates that the reporting Site could not connect to a Resource Provider.

Causes

Whenever the monitor is in Warning or Error state then an attempt to connect to a Resource Provider occured and failed. See the following conditions to decide if further investigation is required:

If the system is working correctly and the monitor is in Warning or Error then a transient network issue may have caused the event. No need to act on it.

If monitor is in Warning or Error and another alert has been reported then make note of the affected machine and component, open the Windows Event Log in that machine and look for the event log for the component: applications -> Microsoft -> Windows Azure Pack -> MgmtSvc-[component] -> Operational.

Some potential root causes include:

The specified Resource Provider is not accessible from the Site reporting the error in the event log

The specified Resource Provider is not configured

Windows Azure Pack SQL Servers or Databases not available

Network failure

Access account credentials (or certificates) expired or account permissions were changed

Hardware failure

Power failure

Resolutions
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External References
This monitor does not contain any external references.

See Also for Windows Azure Pack Management Pack


Downloads for Windows Azure Pack Management Pack

AZURE OPTIMIZATION ASSESSMENT GET STARTED
MIGRATION TO AZURE GET STARTED
SYSTEM CENTER MIGRATION TO AZURE GET STARTED
MIGRATION TO AZURE FOR SQL AND WINDOWS 2008 GET STARTED