Actions Explained for the Performance Rules

The SE toolkit contains a set of 11 coded rules that generate status codes and action strings. The actions are quite terse, and I am sometimes asked what the actions mean or what to do about them. Some rules also have an explanation string that gathers together multiple actions. This section lists every action setting of every rule from SE3.0. There are two generic action strings. “No activity” is used when the subsystem being monitored is inactive or there are not enough samples to obtain a consistent average value for a measurement. Previous versions of SE use “No problem” to indicate that the subsystem is active and working well. During a trip to Australia in 1995, I decided to localize this message ...

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