• Management Pack:  SCOM 2016
  • MP Version:  1.0
  • Released:  10/19/2018
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Collect Health Service Configuration Updated Events Rule

  • ID:  Microsoft.SystemCenter.HealthService.Configuration.EventCollection
  • Description:  Collects the series of events on the System Center Management Health Service that indicate requesting, receiving, and activating new configuration (e.g. rules, monitors, etc.). This rule is disabled by default as it can result in excessive event collections, which create overhead for the management group and consume space in the operational and data warehouse databases. If enabled, it is recommended that that the rule only be enabled for a limited period of time.
  • Target:  Health Service
  • Enabled:  No

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Summary

This rule collects event data that will be used in either reporting or a view. This rule is disabled by default as it can result in excessive event collections, which create overhead for the management group and consume space in the operational and data warehouse databases. If enabled, it is recommended that that the rule only be enabled for a limited period of time.

Instead of enabling this rule, perform the following steps.

  • Open "Operations Manager" Log in Event Viewer under "Applications and Services Logs".

  • Right click "Operations Manager" and select "Filter Current Log".

  • In the "Filter Current Log" window, under "Event Sources" dropdown, check "HealthService" and "OpsMgr Connector" and uncheck the rest.

  • In the "Filter Current Log" window, enter "21024,21025,1210" in the Event IDs.

  • Press OK to view the necessary events.

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