1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 30, 2009 4:28 PM by bshopp

    Status in hierarchic/nested maps



      When one of my nodes has a problem, I would expect that this problem will be reflect up in a hierarchic map tree.
      For example: when a switch in level 1 map has a CPU load of 80% and the warning threshold is 75%, then I expect to see the switch in warning state, the level 1 map symbol on the level 2 map also, and so on up to the top level map.

      Can somebody tell me how I have to configure my maps?

      It looks like a node's problem (e.g. CPU load) will be considered as a problem of a child object and will no be reported upwards.