Hyperic is application monitoring and performance management for virtual, physical, and cloud infrastructures.

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Configure Hyperic HQ to alert using webhook/URL

I'm currently trying to deploy Hyperiq HQ to monitor some servers. It does provide some nice alerting that we need. However, it seems to support SMS notification only if SMS delivery is available via ...
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How to manage resources in a multi-cloud service environment?

I am trying to setup an environment which will allow our development team to centrally manage all our cloud-based resources/services available. I have already looked at a variety of tools, but I am ...
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Getting error while trying to install Hyperic server

I am trying to install the latest version of Hyperic (4.6.6) on centos machine and getting this error. > /home/hq/agent-4.6.6/bin/hq-agent.sh start Installing the server... Unpacking ...
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Hyperic is causing performance problems

Currently we are using vFabric Hyperic 4.5.2.2 to monitor a number of systems. The alerts and such were setup prior to my joining this team, but I have been looking at ways to improve them, namely ...
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How to tune down the Hyperic built-in postgresql database for a small setup

We are testing out Hyperic 4.5.1 in a quite small environment for now. Currently there are just 1-5 agents and there probably won't be any more than 10-15. When I run ps ax there are 20(!) postgres ...
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Where to install JDBC drivers in Hyperic Server

I have installed Hyperic Server 4.4.0 and I want to use an SQL plugin that connects to an Oracle database. To make this work on the Agent i had to download a JDBC driver for Oracle and put it in ...
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Monitor log file size with hyperic

I am monitoring a number of enterprise resources with Hyperic and have a hard requirement to monitor their log files both for content and for size, as they have a habit of growing out of control. ...
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How to monitor Java memory Usage or Heap Size via Hyperic Monitoring

I was trying to configure the JVM memory usage, Heap Size and Logs monitoring via Hyperic Tool. But the documentation is not much clear how to do that. Is anybody can guide me please.
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Hyperic HQ says the server is down, but it is not!

I've been using HQ for a couple months now, and everything worked fine. But since yesterday all resources go down for a couple hours, and then everything restores to normal, and then go down again ...
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Unable to Get IIS Response Times with Hyperic Monitoring Tool

We have a very large .NET application (vendor) that I am trying to gather performance metrics for using Hyperic. In general I wanted to be able to report response times for each of the components ...
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Complete stack traces from Hyperic

I've setup Hyperic to run on our CI-machine, and every once in a while it reacts to some random stack trace and sends of an alert. So far so good, we've caught a lot of intermittent bugs that way. ...
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Periodic 100% cpu with Hyperic Agent

I've been running Hyperic for a few months now and for the most part I'm pretty happy with it. I have recently noticed however that the agent process seems to hog 100% of the cpu every 15 mins for ...
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Hyperic HQ- Monitor process statistics for 50+ processes on Linux machine

Is there an easy way to get metrics on all processes that start with the letters XYZ? I have about 80 processes that I have to monitor individually that all start with the prefix XYZ. I have created ...
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What is your experience using Hyperic HQ to monitor a distributed/clustered systems

I've been trying to find a good solution (that can run on Windows) for monitoring/trending/alarming a distributed system comprised of primarly Java technology (Tomcat, ActiveMQ, JBossCache, etc.), but ...