Splunk® App for VMware (Legacy)

Configuration Guide

On August 31, 2022, the Splunk App for VMware will reach its end of life. After this date, Splunk will no longer maintain or develop this product. The functionality in this app is migrating to a content pack in Data Integrations. Learn about the Content Pack for VMware Dashboards and Reports.

Enable and disable threshold settings

On this dashboard you can:

  • Add a new metric. Select new to add a row the existing metrics table. Set the field values with those of the new metric for which you want to collect data.
  • Enable or disable the metric, and select the entity type for the metric. Give it a name, a perf type and set warning and critical threshold values for it. Add a description. Click Save to save the metric to the server.
  • Delete a metric or group of metrics. Select the check box associated with the metric(s), then click Delete Selected.
  • Edit settings for a metric that exists. Click on the row corresponding to the metric, then toggle the Enable/Disable setting, edit the value fields for warning threshold and critical threshold values. Click Save.

When you enable or disable a metric data associated with that metric is collected by the app. You can:

  • Enable/disable a group of metrics: select the check box associated with each metric you want to enable, then click Enable Selected.
  • Enable/disable a single metric: Select the Enabled/Disabled toggle for the metric, then click Save.
Last modified on 13 April, 2022
Add, edit, and delete threshold settings   Data collection configuration file reference

This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® App for VMware (Legacy): 4.0.4

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