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Resource Monitoring
Monitoring File Resources : Creating a log file monitor
 

Creating a log file monitor

Creating a log file monitor involves the following tasks:
1. Defining properties
2. Using a bookmark
3. Creating a monitoring plan
4. Adding log file rules
5. Adding log file rule sets
6. Associating rule sets with log file monitors
7. Specifying search criteria
8. Creating search criteria
9. Enabling the log file monitor
Typically, you set up one log file resource monitor at a time on a log file. However, you can set up a variety of monitoring plans, consisting of a number of different schedules that are all defined and enabled to run at different times, for a specific log file resource. It is most beneficial to have only one active log file monitor enabled at a time for any given log file.
Once you create a log file monitor, you can edit it, copy it as the basis for a new log file monitor, or delete it.
* Defining properties
* Using a bookmark
* Creating a monitoring plan
* Adding log file rules
* Adding log file rule sets
* Associating rule sets with log file monitors
* Specifying search criteria
* Creating search criteria