Event Logging Latency

This report presents logging latency for events logged in the specified time period. Event logging latency is the delay between the time an event is generated by a computer and the time it is logged to MOM database. The report lists average, maximum and minimum for event logging latencies per computer, starting with the highest average value.

The columns of this report are defined as follows:

Specifies the name of the computer with MOM agent for which event logging latency is specified.
Avg (seconds)
Specifies average value for event logging latency.
Min (seconds)
Specifies minimum value for event logging latency.
Max (seconds)
Specifies maximum value for event logging latency.

For each severity level, total number of new and resolved alerts during the specified time period are also included in the report.