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Make Self Tuning Thresholds persistent after agent restart

SCOM has had "Self Tuning Thresholds" since the beginning. Unfortunately, the alert thresholds that are calculated after the initial learning period are stored in memory and do not persist after a restart of the agent. This causes a gap in monitoring for several days every time the agent is restarted or the host is rebooted. The dynamic alert thresholds should be saved to the cache so that there is no monitoring gap. If the dynamic thresholds need to be reset and the learning period restarted, that should only be initiated manually from the console or via powershell, when the administrators need it to be reset.

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      • Justiono Putro commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        We have a huge population of Windows and SQL Server and really need the Self Tuning feature to support our operation. However, the limitation above is the only show-stopper. We are considering an alternative technologies/products.

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