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SCOM R2 2007 Health Service Flush Failed


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Hi All,

Hope this is in the right section and somebody can help me. Recently deployed SCOM 2007 R2. We have a lot of Active alerts since deployment, mostly to do with management pack deployments and policies... Our main problem is that we are trying to "reset" the Health Service. We can run the "Flush Health Service State and Cache" which we did but it failed all tasks after hanging in que for 20min. Not sure if we have to run in maintenance mode? Or if its a different problem. The event log shows no errors it just fails the task everytime. We also installed "GreenMachine" management pack and when we execute the tasks for resetting monitor and agent health state, nothing changes in the states of the managed groups. The management server shows "Healthy".Some help would be appreciated. :)
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Alrighty then...got it fixed. When flushing the cache you have to delete the Health Service folder on RMS server and restart the health service again so it starts up with a clean slate. Also if you experience an "alert storm" check the Active Directory integration settings. It could also have been the agent, to view agent health you check the OpsMgr eventviewer and agent health. A very helpful link on SCOM and MOM: http://blogs.technet.../b/kevinholman/ and also http://blogs.catapul...er/default.aspx
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