Thats exactly what I'm missing. I uncheck and I can't drill down into i5/OS.
:-(

2007/10/23, rob@xxxxxxxxx <rob@xxxxxxxxx>:

Uncheck the "Any" box and then I can drill down into i5/OS and select
message queue.

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Hello Rob,

if you create a new action plan (without wizard) and create a simple event
filter you should see I5 in the event type. There was an article in the
SystemiNews.

Michael

2007/10/23, rob@xxxxxxxxx <rob@xxxxxxxxx>:

Where do you find this? I am running Director 5.20. Not played with
that
part often but I tried the Event Action Plan Wizard and I see:
Hardware Predictive Failure Analysis (PFA) events
Environmental sensor events
Storage events
Security events
IBM Director Agent offline
CPU Utilization
Memory use
Disk Utilization
Inventory

Should I be looking here, or elsewhere?

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Hello,

does anyone use IBM director to monitor system I5s?
I want to monitor my I5 message queue. So I installed director on my I5.
But
when I try to create a new simple event filter, its not possible to
choose
I5.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Michael
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