Microsoft FEP 2010 Data Warehouse - Monitor Data-up Job Complete Monitor

  • ID:  Microsoft.Fep2010.Monitoring.FepDataWarehouse.Monitor.DataUpJobFailed
  • Description:  This monitors that the last Data-up job completed successfully.
  • Target:  Microsoft FEP 2010 Data Warehouse
  • Enabled:  Yes

Operational States

Name State Description
Data-up Job Passed Success  
Data-up Job Failed Error  

Overridable Parameters

Parameter Name Default Value Description Override
Interval Seconds 7200  
Synchronization Time    
Query Timeout Seconds 60  

Run As Profiles

Name
Default

Monitor Knowledgebase

Summary

This monitors that the last Data-up job completed successfully.

Causes

The most common causes for Data-up job failure are:

1. The SQL Database Engine is not running on the FEP 2010 Data Warehouse server or on the System Center Operations Manager database server.

2. The SQL Integration Services on the FEP 2010 Data Warehouse is not installed or is not running.

3. The SQL Analysis Services on the FEP 2010 Data Warehouse is not installed or is not running.

4. A malformed data item that was sent from a client computer can result in a job run failure (but data is not lost in this case).

Resolutions

You can do the following to fix the issue:

1. Ensure that the SQL Database Engine is running on the FEP 2010 Data Warehouse and on the System Center Operations Manager database server.

2. Ensure that the SQL Integration Services on FEP 2010 Data Warehouse is installed and running.

3. Ensure that the SQL Analysis Services on FEP 2010 Data Warehouse is installed and running.

4. If this problem persists, please contact Microsoft Customer Service and Support.

External References
This monitor does not contain any external references.

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