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Author Redbooks, IBM
Title Problem Determination Using Self-Managing Autonomic Technology
Imprint Durham : I B M, 2005
©2005
Descript 1 online resource (412 pages)
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Note Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Part 1 Introduction -- Chapter 1. Autonomic computing overview -- 1.1 What is autonomic computing? -- 1.2 Autonomic computing concepts -- 1.2.1 Autonomic manager -- 1.2.2 Managed resources -- 1.2.3 Autonomic manager collaboration -- 1.2.4 Autonomic manager knowledge -- 1.2.5 Policies for autonomic managers -- 1.3 Evolving to autonomic computing -- 1.4 Value of autonomic computing -- 1.4.1 Software vendors -- 1.4.2 Enterprises -- 1.5 Core capabilities -- 1.5.1 Solution installation -- 1.5.2 Common systems administration -- 1.5.3 Problem determination -- 1.5.4 Autonomic monitoring -- 1.5.5 Complex analysis -- 1.5.6 Policy-based management -- 1.5.7 Heterogeneous workload management -- 1.5.8 Summary -- Part 2 Self-Managing Autonomic Technology -- Chapter 2. IBM Autonomic Computing Toolkit overview -- 2.1 Key component areas -- 2.2 IBM Autonomic Computing Toolkit tools and technologies -- 2.2.1 Autonomic Management Engine -- 2.2.2 Resource Model Builder -- 2.2.3 Generic Log Adapter -- 2.2.4 Log and Trace Analyzer -- 2.2.5 Agent Controller -- 2.2.6 Integrated Solutions Console -- 2.2.7 Eclipse tooling package -- 2.3 IBM Autonomic Computing Toolkit scenarios -- 2.3.1 Problem Determination scenario -- 2.3.2 Solution Install and Deployment scenario -- 2.4 Supporting the autonomic computing architecture -- 2.5 Summary -- Chapter 3. Common Base Events -- 3.1 What is a Common Base Event? -- 3.2 Common Base Event structure -- 3.3 Common Base Event properties -- 3.4 Common Base Event required elements -- 3.4.1 The sourceComponentId and reporterComponentId elements -- 3.4.2 The creationTime element -- 3.4.3 The situation element -- 3.5 Common Base Event optional elements -- 3.5.1 The version element
3.5.2 The localInstanceId element -- 3.5.3 The globalInstanceId element -- 3.5.4 The severity element -- 3.5.5 The priority element -- 3.5.6 The msg element -- 3.5.7 The extensionName element -- 3.5.8 The repeatCount element -- 3.5.9 The elapsedTime element -- 3.5.10 The sequenceNumber element -- 3.5.11 The contextDataElement element -- 3.5.12 The ExtendedDataElement element -- 3.5.13 The msgDataElement element -- 3.5.14 The associatedEvent element -- 3.5.15 The associationEngine element -- 3.6 Generating Common Base Events -- 3.7 Generating Common Base Events using APIs -- 3.7.1 Creating the Common Base Event -- 3.7.2 Filling in the Common Base Event -- Chapter 4. Generic Log Adapter -- 4.1 Generic Log Adapter overview -- 4.2 Creating a simple adapter -- 4.2.1 Creating the adapter configuration file -- 4.2.2 Configuring the Common Base Event elements -- 4.2.3 Configuring the adapter outputter -- 4.2.4 Testing the adapter configuration file -- 4.3 Creating a multiple contexts adapter -- 4.3.1 Adding a new context instance to the adapter file -- 4.3.2 Adding a second context to the adapter file -- 4.3.3 Associating the new context components -- 4.3.4 Testing the multiple context instance adapter file -- 4.4 Deploying and running the adapter configuration file -- 4.4.1 Starting the Generic Log Adapter Runtime from a Java class -- 4.4.2 Starting the Generic Log Adapter Runtime from CLI -- 4.5 Writing a custom outputter -- 4.5.1 Creating a custom outputter named ITSOSHIMOutputter -- 4.5.2 Testing the custom outputter -- Chapter 5. Log and Trace Analyzer -- 5.1 Log and Trace Analyzer overview -- 5.1.1 Viewing the log files -- 5.1.2 Analyzing the log files using the symptom database -- 5.1.3 Importing a symptom database -- 5.1.4 Working with multiple symptom databases -- 5.1.5 Correlating the log files
5.2 Using Agent Controller for monitoring remote logs -- 5.3 Creating a custom log parser for the Log and Trace Analyzer -- 5.3.1 Creating the log parser plug-in -- 5.3.2 Creating the adapter configuration file -- 5.3.3 Testing the log parser -- 5.3.4 Deploying the custom parser -- 5.4 Creating a custom correlator for the Log and Trace Analyzer -- 5.4.1 Creating the custom correlation plug-in -- 5.4.2 Testing the custom correlation engine -- 5.4.3 Deploying the custom correlation -- Chapter 6. Autonomic Management Engine and resource models -- 6.1 Autonomic Management Engine -- 6.1.1 Introduction to Autonomic Management Engine -- 6.1.2 Autonomic Management Engine structure -- 6.2 Resource models -- 6.2.1 Resource Model Builder -- 6.2.2 Common Information Model classes -- 6.2.3 Classic probes -- 6.2.4 Events -- 6.2.5 Thresholds -- 6.2.6 Parameters -- 6.2.7 Logging -- 6.2.8 Dependencies -- 6.2.9 Source (decision tree script) -- 6.3 Simple Agent Reference Application (SARA) -- 6.4 How to debug a resource model -- 6.4.1 Debugging JavaScript -- 6.4.2 Debugging CIM classes with SARA -- Chapter 7. Advanced Autonomic Management Engine topics -- 7.1 Embedding the Autonomic Management Engine into applications -- 7.1.1 Designing the embedding application -- 7.1.2 Building and launching the embedding application -- 7.2 Structure of resource model -- 7.2.1 Directory tree structure -- 7.2.2 The rme.config file -- 7.2.3 The m12_mode.properties file -- 7.2.4 Structure of the JavaScript file -- 7.2.5 Structure of the resource model descriptor file -- 7.2.6 Structure of the MOF file -- Part 3 Case study scenarios -- Chapter 8. Problem Determination scenario one -- 8.1 Scenario description -- 8.2 Resource model definition -- 8.2.1 Creating the Eclipse project -- 8.2.2 General resource model settings -- 8.3 Creating the Managed Object Format file
8.4 Creating the Common Information Model classes -- 8.5 Implementing the utility class -- 8.6 Implementing the Instrumentation Library Type class -- 8.7 Creating the installation package -- 8.7.1 Creating a JAR file with the ILT class and utility class -- 8.7.2 Registering custom CIM class using Resource Model Builder -- 8.7.3 Creating the resource model package -- 8.8 Scenario execution -- 8.8.1 Starting the scenario -- 8.8.2 Stopping the scenario execution -- Chapter 9. Problem Determination scenario two -- 9.1 Scenario description -- 9.2 Scenario development and implementation -- 9.2.1 Database node module one -- 9.2.2 Database node module two -- 9.2.3 Database node module three -- 9.2.4 Application node module one -- 9.2.5 Application node module two -- 9.3 Scenario execution -- 9.3.1 Starting the database node module one -- 9.3.2 Starting the database node module two -- 9.3.3 Starting the database node module three -- 9.3.4 Starting the application node module one -- 9.3.5 Starting the application node module two -- 9.3.6 The self-healing environment -- Chapter 10. Problem Determination scenario three -- 10.1 Scenario description -- 10.2 Scenario development and implementation -- 10.2.1 Database node module -- 10.2.2 Application node module -- 10.2.3 Administration node module -- Appendix A. Additional material -- Locating the Web material -- Using the Web material -- System requirements for downloading the Web material -- How to use the Web material -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other publications -- Online resources -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- Help from IBM -- Index -- Back cover
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