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Jeyzer Rules

Jeyzer rules are monitoring rules which focus on the recording technical (CPU, memory, process card properties..) data and analysis (function, operation, contention..) data.

Some Jeyzer rules are considered as template rules, meaning those can be instantiated multiple times with different set of conditions to accommodate a particular incident signature.

Jeyzer rules compose groups which reflect a shared or master profile (ex: java, log4j, AMQ) or some technical/feature/applicative area (application server, code deprecation).

Jeyzer rule attributes are described here.

Rules are always composed of 1 or more thresholds.
Each threshold generates events with its associated message, the parent rule ref combined with the threshold one, its level and an optional sub_level.

Rules can also have static conditions which control their activation : the stickers.