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Posted - 10/23/2012 :  03:26:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have a SQL Server database running. In our company we use Nagios for monitoring. We have installed a plugin for monitoring SQL Server.
With this plugin a lot of things can be monitored such as:
average wait time
database pages per second
deadlocks per second
etc etc
the problem is that Nagios has predefined values for warnings or critical warnings. I cannot interpret al of this values.
for example the lock timeouts per second. How high may this value be before you have to worry. Nagios has a value of 500. Our server gives values of 800 and more.
Does anybody know what a good value is?

greet Lambik

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