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Yuting W. asked ·

What does "If service requests are impacted" mean in process group availability settings

So under the "Availability monitoring" in "Process group settings", there is an option to open a new problem "if service requests are impacted" -

On the documentation page it says If service requests are impacted: " Open a process unavailable event only if Dynatrace detects active client requests hitting the selected process. "


But it is still unclear to me under what condition will it send alerts?

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Chad T. answered ·

@Yuting W. This means that Dynatrace will alert you if ANY service that is served up by any process in this process group is impacted in anyway. Slowdowns, Failures, CPU issues etc....

Please let me know if you need any assistance.

-Chad

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Is this detected by David or is it a threshold we set up?
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Davis baselines the data and will generate alerts

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