Would you kindly show me how do I monitor the Task Manager processes on Linux Platform SNMP protocol?
I have tried the attribute 'Process Run Status' which does not change up on stopping of processes.
Task manager processes can be monitored on Windows Platform using the attribute 'Raw Status' FYR.
Thanks for posting your question in Dojo.
Since you are looking at the column parameter Process Run Status, I am assuming that you would like to detect if a process is still running in the server that you are monitoring with the driver Linux Platform SNMP. The column parameter is updated by the SNMP OID 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.2.1.7 (hrSWRunStatus). This OID supports 4 possible values:
- runnable (process waiting for resource, i.e. CPU, memory, IO)
- notRunnable (process loaded but waiting for event)
- invalid (process not loaded)
As you can see in the list above, the driver does not receive a specific status when a process is stopped. When a process is not running, the driver (by default) will remove the corresponding row from the Task Manager table.
However, we can still detect if a process is not running. In this case, you will need to set the parameter Autoclear Task Manager to Off. When a process is stopped, the row representing this process will not be removed and the column parameter Process Run Status will be set to Not Running.