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Alert group types

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Alert group types

Alerts are correlated, or grouped, either automatically or manually into (R)ule-based, (A)utomated, (M)anual, or (C)MDB alert groups. Grouping alerts enables you to narrow down problems by focusing on the primary alerts in the correlated group.

You can view all correlated alert groups by navigating to Event Management > Alert Console. The icon in the Group column denotes the alert group type. Alerts that do not have an entry in the Group column are not correlated with any group.

Table 1. Alert group types
Type Icon Description More information
Rule-based R Related alerts that have been grouped according to compliance with alert correlation rules. Alert correlation rules are used to group alerts that are related. Create an alert correlation rule
Automated A Groups that are correlated automatically by Service Analytics. A virtual alert is added to the group as the primary alert of the group. Service Analytics automated alert groups
Manual M Alerts that have been manually grouped. To manually group open alerts:
  1. Right-click an ungrouped alert and select Add to groups.
  2. In the Select Primary Alerts screen, select the alerts that must be grouped and click Add Selected.
CMDB C Based on CI relationships in the CMDB, for CIs without historical data that could have been used to group alerts. CMDB alert groups
Double-click the Group column for an alert group to open its Grouped Alerts dialog box, where you can: