SSL Certificate Expiration Date monitor
This component monitor tests a web server's ability to accept incoming sessions over a secure channel and then test the security certificate's expiration date.
This component monitor supports retrying in cases of failures. The option is disabled with a default value of 1 for retries.
To enable and set the retry mechanism:
- Locate the file
c:\Program Files (x86)\SolarWinds\Orion\APM\SolarWinds.APM.Probes.dll.config.
- Edit the text file and change the value of
<SslExpirationDatePollingSettings MaxConnectionAttempts="1" />to any number higher than "1". The default value is "1".
- Save the changes.
- Restart JobEngine service to apply the change.
This monitor does not currently support proxies.
This field provides a default description of the monitor. You have the ability to override the default description by adding to or replacing the text, which is automatically saved. The variable to access this field is
Determines whether the component is enabled. Disabling the component leaves it in the application in a deactivated state not influencing either SolarWinds SAM application availability or status.
The default value for this port is 443.
Checking the Convert Value check box opens the Formula box. From here, you have the ability to manipulate the returned value with a variety of mathematical possibilities. You can choose common functions from the drop down lists to manipulate the returned value, or you can select the Custom Conversion option. See setting Conversion value for more information.
Response Time Threshold
This field allows you to set the warning and critical threshold conditions based on the response time. The response time is the time in milliseconds it takes SolarWinds SAM to determine that a component is not Down and to retrieve any statistical data. See setting Application Monitor Thresholds for more information.
This field allows you to specify when a threshold that indicates a warning or critical level has been breached. Logical operators are in the drop down followed by a blank field for you to enter the value of this threshold. For example:
Less than 15 for warning,
Less than 5 for critical. See setting Application Monitor Thresholds for more information.
This field allows you to add notes for easy reference. You can access this field by using the variable,