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  • Blog Post: Azure Operational Insights Search How To: Part III – Manipulating Results: the pipeline “|” and Search Commands

    [Edited October 27th 2014 - System Center Advisor is now a part of the new Microsoft Azure Operational Insights - Click to learn more ] This is the third installment of a Series (I don’t know yet how many posts they will be in the end, but I have at least 5 in mind at this point…) that walks thru the...
  • Blog Post: Azure Operational Insights Search How To: Part II – More on Filtering, using Boolean Operators, the Time Dimension, Numbers and Ranges

    [Edited October 27th 2014 - System Center Advisor is now a part of the new Microsoft Azure Operational Insights - Click to learn more ] This is the second installment of a Series (I don’t know yet how many posts they will be in the end) that walks thru the concepts of Microsoft Azure Operational Insights...
  • Blog Post: Azure Operational Insights Search How To: Part I - How to filter big data

    [Edited October 27th 2014 - System Center Advisor is now a part of the new Microsoft Azure Operational Insights - Click to learn more ] With this blog post I am starting a series where I walk thru some concepts of the Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Search Syntax – the full documentation and syntax...
  • Blog Post: Useful Operational Insights Search Query Collection

    [Edited October 27th 2014 - System Center Advisor is now a part of the new Microsoft Azure Operational Insights - Click to learn more ] This is a living document that will be periodically updated to collect useful, well-known, or sample queries to use in the Search experience in Microsoft Azure Operational...
  • Blog Post: Improved ACS Partitions Query

    This has been sitting on my hard drive for a long time. Long story short, the report I posted at Permanent Link to Audit Collection Services Database Partitions Size Report had a couple of bugs: it did not consider the size of the dtString_XXX tables but only the size of dtEvent_XXX tables – this would...
  • Blog Post: OpsMgr Agents and Gateways Failover Queries

    The following article by Jimmy Harper explains very well how to set up agents and gateways’ failover paths thru Powershell http://blogs.technet.com/b/jimmyharper/archive/2010/07/23/powershell-commands-to-configure-gateway-server-agent-failover.aspx . This is the approach I also recommend, and that article...
  • Blog Post: Got Orphaned OpsMgr Objects?

    Have you ever wondered what would happen if, in Operations Manager, you’d delete a Management Server or Gateway that managed objects (such as network devices) or has agents pointing uniquely to it as their primary server? The answer is simple, but not very pleasant: you get ORPHANED objects...
  • Blog Post: Audit Collection Services Database Partitions Size Report

    A number of people I have talked to liked my previous post on ACS sizing . One thing that was not extremely easy or clear to them in that post was *how* exactly I did one thing I wrote: […] use the dtEvent_GUID table to get the number of events for that day, and use the stored procedure...
  • Blog Post: A few thoughts on sizing Audit Collection System

    People were already collecting logs with MOM, so why not the security log? Some people were doing that, but it did not scale enough; for this reason, a few years ago Eric Fitzgerald announced that he was working on Microsoft Audit Collection System . Anyhow, the tool as it was had no interface…...
  • Blog Post: Protecting custom Resolution State in OpsMgr 2007

    In System Center Operations Manager 2007, you can add and remove resolution states for your alerts at will. Other than states "0" ("New") and "255" ("Closed") you can create other 254 resolution states to suit your needs. This is a simple feature that was already present in previous MOM versions, and...
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