You can create alarms for metrics emitted by the
Use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring service alarms feature to passively monitor your protected databases resources and notify you when metrics meet alarm-specified triggers.
From each metric displayed in the Protected database details page, you can set an alarm and be notified when a condition is met. For example, you can create an alarm to notify you when the space used for recovery window is more than 70%, or when the protected database health status changes to 1 (warning).
To set an alarm from the Protected database details page
- Open the navigation menu, click Oracle Database, and select Database Backups to display the Database backups page.
- Choose the compartment that contains the protected databases you want to monitor, and then select a protected database from the list.
- In the Protected database details page, under Resources, click Metrics.
- From any of the available metric charts, click the Options menu, and select Create an alarm on this query. The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring service Create Alarm page is displayed.
- Specify the alarm settings. For detailed instructions to create an alarm, see Managing Alarms.
To set an alarm from the Alarm Definitions page of the Monitoring service
- Open the navigation menu and click Observability & Management. Under Monitoring, click Alarm Definitions.
- Click Create Alarm.
- Specify the alarm settings. In the Metric description section, select the
oci_recovery_servicenamespace. In the Metric name field, and select any one of the metrics emitted by the
oci_recovery_servicenamespace. For detailed instructions to create an alarm, see Managing Alarms.