Management. Pack. Generation
The SCOM Management Pack Generator (SMPG) is replacing TransMPGen as the prefered way to generate simple SCOM management packs for Windows Services and Web applications.
SMPG supports everything TransMPGen can do. On top of this, SMPG adds functionality like:
- Creating a single management pack for systems consisting of several services and web applications.
- For each service it's possible to monitor several logs and sources
- Alert suppression can be configured for each event and for fallthrough rules
- Making basic monitoring (like that of TransMPGen) extensible by other types of monitoring
Install-Package Iit.Management.Pack.Generation -Version 1.1.349
dotnet add package Iit.Management.Pack.Generation --version 1.1.349
<PackageReference Include="Iit.Management.Pack.Generation" Version="1.1.349" />
paket add Iit.Management.Pack.Generation --version 1.1.349
#r "nuget: Iit.Management.Pack.Generation, 1.1.349"
// Install Iit.Management.Pack.Generation as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Iit.Management.Pack.Generation&version=1.1.349 // Install Iit.Management.Pack.Generation as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Iit.Management.Pack.Generation&version=1.1.349
Visual Studio wil now execute the post build powershell script explicitly in the target directory (like bin\debug) to handle issues locating Iit.Management.Pack.Generator.Model.dll on some user machines.
As per the previous version:
SMPG supports both dll and exe file assembly projects.
SMPG now supports any solution structure - including solutions without a solution folder.
The solution will build and generate a MP even when event knowledgbase text fields are assigned to null.
The SNOW Configuration Item (CI) is now used as Display Name for the service class instance in SCOM.
The generated Management Pack is now sealed (an unsealed version is also generated). This, combined with bug fixes for application pool overrides, means that you can now build without any warnings :-)
The property EnableMonitoringForTestAndDevServers is deprecated, please use ExcludeOverridesForTestAndDevServersFromManagementPack instead.
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