Ted Sendler Support Escalation Engineer What does the SharePoint 2010 MP do? How it works? Getting Started Optional Configuration PFE recommendations Questions? 2 Are my critical services running? Access Services Document Conversions Launcher Service Document Conversions Load Balancer Excel Calculation Services InfoPath Forms Service Managed Metadata Web Service One Note Service PerformancePoint Service PowerPoint Web Service 3 Continued Project Server Service Project Server Events Service Project Server Queuing Service Secure Store Service SharePoint Server Search User Profile Service Visio Graphics Service Word Conversion Service Word Viewing Service 4 Is my SharePoint application healthy? Service availability and service restarts SQL Server connection problems Job Failing Configuration Issues Web Applications Unavailable Performance monitoring and collection 5 SharePoint 2010 MP State Alert Performance What’s in the box? Microsoft.SharePoint.Server.2010.mp Microsoft.SharePoint.Foundation.2010.mp Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Management Pack Guide.docx Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Management Pack Guide.docx SharePointMP.Config 7 MP has 175+ State Based Monitors 150+ Rules 12+ Tasks 10+ Linked Reports 8 Where Do the MPs Get This Information? Exec Stored_Procs Perfmon WMI (Perf/Event) Script (.ps1 .vbs) SNMP LogFiles (txt csv http iis syslog) Registry LDAP Etc. etc. 9 SharePoint Foundation 2010 Farm Group Farm Server Group Service Group Shared Service Group Server SharePoint Service SharePoint Shared Service 1 1 Step 1 - Read the MP Guide! Introduction Getting Started Before you import Requirements Optional configuration Security considerations Key monitoring scenarios 1 Before You Import Create an override MP for tuning Recommend Base OS MP is imported Make sure Agent Proxy is enabled for all SQL clusters Ensure you have required hotfix levels for agents 1 Create Run-As Account Create a new Run As Account of type “Windows” specifically for the SharePoint Monitoring Account must be a farm administrator and have access to SharePoint SQL DB. (SharePoint installation account preferred) Add computers to Distribution tab 1 SharePointMP.config If x64 move file to C:\Program Files\System Center Management Packs\ Specify Association Account in SharePointMP.config Specify Servers in SharePointMP.config Run Task under SharePoint Administration State View 1 Disabled by Default Access Data Services Cannot Create Session Cache SQL Database Connection Failed (Only recommended for troubleshooting) 1 23 Manual reset monitors We do not recommend having multi-homed agent computers 1 SharePoint 2010 Management Pack SharePoint Server Performance Server Alert Service Alert Server Event Service Event Top Server Events Top Service Events Top Alerts SharePoint Foundation Performance Entity State 1 SharePoint 2010 Management Pack Need more information on DMVMUG Visit www.dmvmug.com or send a question to email@example.com © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.