Threshold alarms are defined on log data collected from ACS servers that notify you of certain events. For example, you can configure threshold alarms to notify you of ACS system health, ACS process status, authentication activity or inactivity, and so on.
You define threshold conditions on these data sets. When a threshold condition is met, an alarm is triggered. While defining the threshold, you also define when the threshold should be applied (the time period), the severity of the alarm, and how the notifications should be sent.
System alarms notify you of critical conditions encountered during the execution of the ACS Monitoring and Reporting viewer. System alarms also provide informational status of system activities, such as data purge events or failure of the log collector to populate the View database.
You cannot configure system alarms, which are predefined. However, you do have the option to disable system alarms or decide how you want to be notified if you have enabled them.
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