KBI 311018 New Feature: Bulletproof Monitoring Engine Usage In Relator


Argent Advanced Technology 3.1A-1407-A and later


Friday, 25 July 2014


The Monitoring Engine setting in Relator not only decides which Monitoring Engine should run the task, it also controls where the task is scheduled

In the environment of Mother Engine and multiple Daughter Engines, it is the controlling Supervising Engine of the selected Monitoring Engine that schedules task and assign task to the selected Monitoring Engine

One common mistake is to select two Monitoring Engine controlled by different Supervising Engines, one used as primary Monitoring Engine, one as backup Monitoring Engine

It does not work

The task will be scheduled by the controlling Supervising Engine of primary Monitoring Engine

If somehow the primary Monitoring Engine is not available, the Supervising Engine won’t be able to assign the task to the backup Monitoring Engine

It does not have the control of the backup Monitoring Engine

Argent AT 3.1A-1407-A has been enhanced so that such bad configuration can be checked and prevented

Technical Background



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