Tag Archives: healthservice

System Center Management service paused on management server

I recently had an issue whereby the System Center Management service was periodically pausing on one of my SCOM management servers fro no apparent reason. I couldn’t figure out why this was happening until I discovered informational Event id 1217 … Continue reading

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Event IDs 2115 with source HealthService appear in the event viewer on the SCOM server

Issue Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager (SCOM) is running on Microsoft Windows 2008 and has Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed on it. Here is the description of the alert being generated in the SCOM operator console: Alert description: Data Warehouse … Continue reading

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Show failed rules and monitors for an agent

The SCOM console has a built in task that you can run to determine if any rules or monitors failed to execute for a particular agent. You can run this as follows:- 1. Open up the Monitoring Node of the … Continue reading

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Powershell script to restart HealthService on multiple machines

Below is a handy Powershell script which will restart the Healthservice on multiple servers, simply change the path of serverlist.txt serverlist.txt is just a txt file with the hostnames of the servers you want to reset the healthservice on. —————————————————————————————- $path = … Continue reading

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Converting a HealthService GUID ID to a Hostname

In the RMS Operations Manager event log you can receive events that complain about a HealthService. The problem is those events only show the ID (GUID). So how can we find out what hostname this GUID is really referring to? … Continue reading

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