logman update alert

logman update alert

Applies to: Windows Server 2022, Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012

Updates the properties of an existing alert data collector.


logman update alert <[-n] <name>> [options]


Parameter Description
-s <computer name> Perform the command on the specified remote computer.
-config <value> Specifies the settings file containing command options.
[-n] <name> Name of the target object.
-[-]u <user [password]> Specifies the user to Run As. Entering an * for the password produces a prompt for the password. The password is not displayed when you type it at the password prompt.
-m <[start] [stop] [[start] [stop] [...]]> Changes to manual start or stop instead of a scheduled begin or end time.
-rf <[[hh:]mm:]ss> Runs the data collector for the specified period of time.
-b `<M/d/yyyy h:mm:ss[AM PM]>` Begins collecting data at the specified time.
-e `<M/d/yyyy h:mm:ss[AM PM]>` Ends data collection at the specified time.
-si <[[hh:]mm:]ss> Specifies the sample interval for performance counter data collectors.
-o `<path dsn!log>` Specifies the output log file or the DSN and log set name in a SQL database.
-[-]r Repeats the data collector daily at the specified begin and end times.
-[-]a Appends an existing log file.
-[-]ow Overwrites an existing log file.
-[-]v `<nnnnnn mmddhhmm>` Attaches file versioning information to the end of the log file name.
-[-]rc <task> Runs the command specified each time the log is closed.
-[-]max <value> Maximum log file size in MB or maximum number of records for SQL logs.
-[-]cnf <[[hh:]mm:]ss> When time is specified, creates a new file when the specified time has elapsed. When time is not specified, creates a new file when the maximum size is exceeded.
-y Answers yes to all questions without prompting.
-cf <filename> Specifies the file listing performance counters to collect. The file should contain one performance counter name per line.
-[-]el Enables or disables Event Log reporting.
-th <threshold [threshold [...]]> Specify counters and their threshold values for an alert.
-[-]rdcs <name> Specifies the Data Collector Set to start when an alert fires.
-[-]tn <task> Specifies the task to run when an alert fires.
-[-]targ <argument> Specifies the task arguments to be used with the task specified using -tn.
/? Displays context-sensitive help.



To update the existing alert called new_alert, setting the threshold value for the counter % Processor time in the Processor(_Total) counter group to 40%, type:

logman update alert new_alert -th \Processor(_Total)\% Processor time>40

Additional References