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steve_mc
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Private bytes override settings ?

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Hi All,

Just reviewing the private bytes overrides required for the Veeam Management pack. We have put in the required overrides as per the user guide.

When I check the overrides summary it is saying that there are 3 overrides being placed on the monitors that required tweaking:

Class Name Parameter Changed value

Class Management Server Agent Agent performance monitor.... 1610612736 <-applied to default management pack
Class Management Server Agent performance monitor.... 1610612736 <-applied to default management pack
Group nworks VMware collector Agent performance monitor.... 1610612736 <-applied to nworks overrides management pack

A lot of our SCOM agents seem to be 'busy' these days and I am thinking it could be the above overrides. My understanding is that the override applied to the Group nworks VMware collectors is all that is required. Can anyone from Veeam confirm if the Management Server Agent and Management Server overrides detailed above are actually required?

Thanks,

Steve.

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Re: Private bytes override settings ?

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Hi Steve,

The Management Server and Management Server Agent overrides are actually built-in overrides from Microsoft. Nothing to do with nworks.

And those overrides are definitely required - they are used for the agents that run on SCOM Mgt Servers. Essentially, the same agent runs there, as runs on all your other client servers. But that agent has a lot more work to do, so Microsoft included those overrides out-of-box.
You definitely should leave those overrides in place. And the override for nworks group as well.

Hope that helps!

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Re: Private bytes override settings ?

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Hi Alec,

Good to rule those out as the problem source - the hunt continues.

Thanks,

Steve.

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