LynX Monitor [CNC Nirvana]

Proactively monitor your entire JDE ecosystem.
Free yourself from mundane CNC tasks.



Ensure Uptime & Stability


LynX Monitor is the CNC Administrator’s best friend. It monitors your JDE system not just from a technical standpoint, but also from a business standpoint.

LynX Monitor does the grunt work, enabling you to respond to many issues before the users complain about them.



Demo


Watch a demo of LynX Monitor.



System Features


Web Console

Configure the system through a user friendly web console.

Single Instance

Monitor multiple servers, multiple releases from a single LynX Monitor instance.

Agentless

No agents to install on any server!

Alerts

Alerts can be emailed and/or logged to the Windows Event Log.



Monitoring Features


10 New monitors have been added in version 3.5!

Monitor Type

What does it monitor?

Applies To

Ping
Check if a computer or device can be reached by pinging it. Alerts are sent when:

  • The server cannot be pinged
  • The server cannot be pinged within a specified timeout
  • The server is pinged after a failed attempt
  • All Servers

Port
Checks if a port is reachable on a computer or device. Use this monitor to check if E1 ports on your Enterprise, HTML or Server Manager servers can be accessed. Alerts are sent out when:

  • The specified port cannot be opened
  • The specified port cannot be opened within a timeout
  • The specified port is opened after a failed attempt
  • All Servers

Database Connectivity
Checks if a database connection can be opened. Alerts are sent out when:

  • The database is not reachable
  • The database cannot be opened within a specified timeout
  • The database connection is opened after a failed attempt
  • A database query does not execute within a specified timeout
  • All Database Servers

Report
Monitors the processing of reports on E1 report servers. Report thresholds can be set by report and version. Alerts are sent out when:

  • A report has been waiting beyond a configured threshold
  • A report has been processing beyond a configured threshold
  • A report ends in error
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Queue
Monitors queues on E1 report servers. Queue thresholds are set by queue name. Alerts are sent out when:

  • The number of waiting jobs in a queue exceeds the configured threshold consistently over a time period

The monitor can also be configured to re-prioritize jobs if one user submits too many jobs within a short time.

  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Kernel (Native)
Checks if kernels are running. This is configured by kernel type. Alerts are sent out when:

  • A kernel type is not running
  • A kernel type is out of range
  • A kernel type is back in the configured range
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Scheduler Server
Checks if the E1 scheduler server is functioning properly. Alerts are sent out when:

  • The scheduler status is down
  • The scheduler’s is behind schedule
  • The scheduler recovers after being down
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Scheduled Report
Checks if your critical scheduled reports are running as expected. Alerts are sent out when:

  • The scheduled report was not submitted by the scheduler
  • The scheduled report did not start by a certain time
  • The scheduled report did not complete by a certain time
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Subsystem
Checks if subsystem jobs are processing. Alerts are sent out when:

  • The subsystem report is not running
  • The number of unprocessed jobs exceeded the thresshold
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Web App
Monitors any web application, including E1. The monitor can be configured to send out screenshots of the browser along with the alerts. Alerts are sent out when:

  • The Web URL did not launch
  • Login to the Web app fails
  • A web task did not complete
  • A web task did not complete within a timeout
  • All web tasks completed successfully (after a previous failure)
  • E1 HTML Servers
  • Any Web Server

File / Log
Monitors any folder for files and the contents of the file for keywords. Keywords may include regular expressions and wild cards. Alerts are sent out when:

  • A keyword was located in a file

In addition, it can also perform the following tasks:

  • Clean up files older than a given date. This frees you from manually cleaning up folders that accumulate logs
  • Archive logs locally on the monitor server and optionally clean up the archive as well
  • All Servers

SM Console, Home, Instance
Checks if the Server Manager Console, Home and Instances are up. Alerts are sent out when:

  • The Server Manager entity is down
  • The Server Manager entity is up after a previous failure
  • All Servers

Enterprise Server
Monitors Enterprise Servers defined in Server Manager. You can set thresholds on:

  • Network Jobs (range)
  • Kernel Jobs (range)
  • Security Users
  • Call Object Users
  • CPU with sustenance
  • Memory with sustenance
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Enterprise Server Process
Monitors kernels of Enterprise Servers defined in Server Manager. You can set thresholds on:

  • JDE Log Size
  • Users
  • Memory with sustenacnce
  • CPU with sustenance
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Enterprise Server Disk
Monitors disk usage of Enterprise Servers defined in Server Manager. You can set thresholds on:

  • Free space (MB)
  • Free space (%)
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

Enterprise Server Kernel Range
Monitors kernel range Enterprise Servers defined in Server Manager. Alerts are created when:

  • # of Kernels of a type is out of range.
  • # of Kernels of a type is back in range.
  • E1 Enterprise Servers

HTML Server
Monitors HTML Servers defined in Server Manager. You can set thresholds on:

  • Active users with sustenance
  • Heap, Comitted and Actual Memory with sustenance
  • User disabled status
  • E1 Html Servers
  • E1 BSSV Servers
  • E1 AIS Servers

Call Object
Monitors call object stats of HTML Servers defined in Server Manager. You can set thresholds on:

  • Application Errors
  • Timeout Errors
  • System Errors
  • Exeuction Time
  • E1 Html Servers

Command
Runs a command and monitors its exit code. Exit codes can be tied to meaningful descriptions. Use this feature to monitor just about anything! Alerts are sent out when:

  • The command fails
  • The command succeeds after a previous failure
  • All Servers

Event Log
Monitors event logs on Windows computers. Alerts are sent out when:

  • An event that meets the configured criteria (level, source, event id and/or keyword) is logged
  • Windows Servers