baber
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How can create custom alert list dashboard with specific metrics for an object

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Is that possible create a custom alert list dashboard with specific metrics.

For example  want create a dashboard for alert list that can show object = "all virtual machines" just for  Metrics "disk space usage / disk latency / CPU RDY"

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baber
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Actually need to create two dasboards :

One dashboards for monitoring groups that had to see some metrics and the other dashboard for Admin that need see all metrics for Troubleshoot and .....

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baber
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Can anyone help me about that ?

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mghal40
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Try this to get you started.

Create Dashboard, select Alert List.

Edit Widget

Under Output Filter, Basic, select Object Types.

Select Virtual Machines

This will give you alerts for all VMs.

Then under the Advanced Section, you can filter by additional Object Type Info.

Also, under the Alert Related section, you can filter by Alert Type, Status, Criticality, etc. You may want to start here after you set the Basic settings.

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baber
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Thanks

But as you can see attach pics there is not any option in alert related windows (pic 5) . Actually this is the main issue there is not any alarm here that can select for specific object

How can solve that ?

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mghal40
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So on pic 5, did you try and select the drop down and you had nothing listed?

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baber
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What is your means from drop- down list there is nothing here according to pic5 why ?????

If your means is select alert list type according follow pic I have selected all of them but nothing change

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mghal40
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When you selected Virtual Machine under Basic > Object Type, was there a number after it?

Ex. VIrtual Machine (225)

If there is a zero (0), try selecting other Object Types that have a number after them.

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baber
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Thanks all

My problem solved. To do this had to use view widget instead of alert list .

BR

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