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Domain separation

Domain separation

Activate the domain separation plugin to enable self-health to display health based on data, rules, and settings from the logged-on user domain.

Before you begin

Ensure that the Domain Support – Domain Extension Installer plugin is activated and that the MID Server is configured for Event Management.

Role required: evt_mgmt_admin

About this task

Self-health monitoring is domain aware. If the domain separation plugin has been activated, then self-health displays health based on data, rules, and settings from the logged-on user domain. If rules and settings are not defined for a child domain, then the settings of the parent are applied, recursively.

When domain separation is not activated, adding or removing a connector or MID Server is immediately reflected in the map. With domain separation activated, updates are done periodically according to the interval specifications of the Event Management - Insert Health Monitor scheduled job.

  • Set the periodic update time in the Event Management - Insert Health Monitor scheduled job. The default is 1 hour.

    Self-health repeat interval

For self-health monitoring performance where domain separation is active, in the evt_mgmt.domain_self_monitoring property, specify the sys_id of the domain. This sys_id is used in Event Management self-health monitoring for CI creation and event or alert generation.

  • In the Value field of the evt_mgmt.domain_self_monitoring property, enter the domain sys_id.

    Domain sysid value