Health Service Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.SystemCenter.HealthService
  • Description:  This type represents the System Center Health Service.
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Entity
    Logical Entity
    Local Application
    Windows Local Application
    Health Service

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
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This monitor checks if any rule or monitor can access one or more Windows Event Log. This monitor will check if the Windows Event Log module reads many corrupt events from any event log. If it encounters too many corrupt or unreadable events some period of time, it will set the state of this monitor to unhealthy. This monitor checks the if the Windows Event Log module is processing back logged events for some period of time. This monitor checks if the Windows Event Log monitor is unable to process events of one or more event logs. Monitors that the Action Account type is 'Action Account'. Monitor which indicates our self-monitoring status of RunAs accounts.  Checks for expiring RunAs accounts and their passwords This monitor checks that a set of Run As Accounts are valid and can be authorized. This monitor checks if the Run As account is configured correctly to log on based on the type of Run As profile it has been associated with. This monitor checks if a Run As account can successfully log on with the configured username and password. Monitors general health of secure storage configuration. This monitor checks if the average Process\Handle Count counter for the HealthService.exe process exceeds the configured threshold. When this threshold is reached, a Recovery is automatically triggered to restart the Health Service. This monitor checks if the average Process\Private Bytes counter for the HealthService.exe process exceeds the configured threshold. When this threshold is reached, a Recovery is automatically triggered to restart the Health Service. Monitors the validity of data arriving at this Health Service. This monitor reports on spoofed data received by this Health Service. This monitor checks certification expiration. Alerts when an issue synchronizing the secure exchange key exists This monitor detects if the Local Health Service was able to log an event in the last 30 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the Health Services ability to process events. This monitor detects if the Local Health Service was able to log an event in the last 45 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the Health Services ability to process events. This monitor indicates that the Health Service has stale configuration for some period of time. This monitor indicates that the Health Service has stale configuration for a long period of time. This monitor indicates whether the Health Service could load the configuration successfully or not. This monitor pings a agentless computer using an ICMP Ping. If the computer is agent managed, it pings itself locally. This type represents the System Center Health Service. Monitors the health of a Health Service from the perspective of the Principal Management Server. Monitors the health of an Agent's Health Service from the perspective of the Principal Management Server. Monitors the health of a Management Server's Health Service from the perspective of the Principal Management Server. Monitors the health of a Collection Management Server's Health Service from the perspective of the Principal Management Server. Monitors the health of a Gateway's Health Service from the perspective of the Principal Management Server. Monitors the health of a Site Management Server's Health Service from the perspective of the Principal Management Server. All Windows Computers Windows computer that is managed with a System Center Agent or monitored Agentless. A Managed Computer has the Client Windows Operating System installed. A Managed Computer has the Server Windows Operating System installed.

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Properties

Display Name Description
Action Account Identity  
Authentication Name  
Create Listener  
Display Name Display name of monitoring object.
Heartbeat Interval (seconds)  
Install Time  
Installed By  
Is Agent  
Is Gateway  
Is Management Server  
Is Manually Installed  
Is Root Health Service  
Managed Through Active Directory  
Maximum Queue Size  
Maximum Size Of All Transferred Files  
Patch List  
Port  
Proxying Enabled  
Request Compression  
Send Heartbeats to Management Servers  
Version  

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Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Health Service Communication Health Service Reference
Health Service manages Entity Health Service Reference
Health Service Failover Communication Health Service Reference
Health Service should manage Entity Health Service Reference
Entity Watched By Perspective Entity Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
Health Service Watcher Monitors Health Service Health Service Membership
Windows Computer Hosts Windows Local Application Relationship Type Windows Local Application Hosting

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See Also for System Center Library Management Pack


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