SCOM Problem

April 1, 2008 at 12:17 pm (SCOM) (, , , , )


I’m stuck. I posted this last week on the Microsoft SCOM newsgroup, but I’m not getting any responses. On the off chance that the 5 people a day who read this site might know the answer, here’s the question as posted:

I’m sure this is something fundamental and simple, but I’m honestly
stuck.
I’m attempting to capture a new Performance Counter, Plan Cache, Cache
Hit Ratio, Object Plans & SQL Plans. When I lay it out to create it, I
get the attached error. I’m assuming based on the “Unknown alias” and
the fact that I’m in a custom management pack, something is amiss with
the Management Pack. What? Any help at all would be appreciated.

Date: 3/28/2008 11:29:55 AM
Application: System Center Operations Manager 2007
Application Version: 6.0.6246.0
Severity: Error
Message:

: Processing the template failed. See inner exception for details.
Verification failed with [1] errors:
——————————————————-
Error 1:
: Verification failed for rule:
MomUIGeneratedRulea4c32409c6a04ff786d9570af7d90d5f

Failed to verify referenced module : ID=DSInvalid configuration
specified for Module [DS]Cannot resolve identifier [SQL!
Microsoft.SQLServer.DBEngine] in the context of ManagementPack
[FMG.SQL.Management.Pack]. Unknown alias [SQL]
——————————————————-
Verification failed for rule:
MomUIGeneratedRulea4c32409c6a04ff786d9570af7d90d5f
Failed to verify referenced module : ID=DSInvalid configuration
specified for Module [DS]Cannot resolve identifier [SQL!
Microsoft.SQLServer.DBEngine] in the context of ManagementPack
[FMG.SQL.Management.Pack]. Unknown alias [SQL]
: Verification failed with [1] errors:
——————————————————-
Error 1:
: Verification failed for rule:
MomUIGeneratedRulea4c32409c6a04ff786d9570af7d90d5f

Failed to verify referenced module : ID=DSInvalid configuration
specified for Module [DS]Cannot resolve identifier [SQL!
Microsoft.SQLServer.DBEngine] in the context of ManagementPack
[FMG.SQL.Management.Pack]. Unknown alias [SQL]
——————————————————-

Verification failed for rule:
MomUIGeneratedRulea4c32409c6a04ff786d9570af7d90d5f
Failed to verify referenced module : ID=DSInvalid configuration
specified for Module [DS]Cannot resolve identifier [SQL!
Microsoft.SQLServer.DBEngine] in the context of ManagementPack
[FMG.SQL.Management.Pack]. Unknown alias [SQL]
: Verification failed for rule:
MomUIGeneratedRulea4c32409c6a04ff786d9570af7d90d5f

Failed to verify referenced module : ID=DSInvalid configuration
specified for Module [DS]Cannot resolve identifier [SQL!
Microsoft.SQLServer.DBEngine] in the context of ManagementPack
[FMG.SQL.Management.Pack]. Unknown alias [SQL]
: Failed to verify referenced module : ID=DS
Invalid configuration specified for Module [DS]Cannot resolve
identifier [SQL!Microsoft.SQLServer.DBEngine] in the context of
ManagementPack [FMG.SQL.Management.Pack]. Unknown alias [SQL]
: Invalid configuration specified for Module [DS]
Cannot resolve identifier [SQL!Microsoft.SQLServer.DBEngine] in the
context of ManagementPack [FMG.SQL.Management.Pack]. Unknown alias
[SQL]
: Cannot resolve identifier [SQL!Microsoft.SQLServer.DBEngine] in the
context of ManagementPack [FMG.SQL.Management.Pack]. Unknown alias
[SQL]

7 Comments

  1. Rod Trent said,

    Did you post your issue to the OpsMgr forum or OpsMgr list on myITforum.com? You generally get quicker responses there.

    Forum: http://www.myitforum.com/forums/forumid_145/tt.htm

    List: http://www.myitforum.com/lists/#Microsoft_Operations_Manager_(MOM)_List

  2. scarydba said,

    No, I’ve been posting it out on the Microsoft public forums, specifically microsoft.public.opsmgr.sql. I’m going to put one on the Authoring forum to see if I get a response there. If not, I’ll head straight over to myitforum. I’ve never actually heard of that one before.

  3. SCOM Solution « Home of the Scary DBA said,

    […] Tags: answers, SCOM, SQL Server I had posted a problem I was having with SCOM below. I got a good answer to the problem in the Microsoft discussion group. It was a silly little thing. […]

  4. scarydba said,

    I posted in the Authoring forum and got a very quick and very accurate response. So I’m past this problem now.

  5. Steve Ledridge said,

    it sure would be nice if you posted the answer here or at least a link to the answer you got in the other forum.

  6. scarydba said,

    There is a link the answer, just up a little bit in the comments here. I did another blog post about it. Look for the ScaryDBA.

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