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[ScreenOS] How to change the threshold value of system parameters such as CPU, Memory, and Session

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Article ID: KB26846 KB Last Updated: 26 Oct 2020Version: 2.0
Summary:
This article provides information on how to check and then change the the default threshold values of System parameters, such as CPU, Memory, and Session.
Symptoms:
How to check and then change the the default threshold values of System parameters, such as CPU, Memory, and Session.
Solution:
To change the threshold value for CPU, use the following command:
set alarm threshold CPU <1-100%>
To change the threshold value for Memory, use the following command:
set alarm threshold memory <1-100%>
To change the threshold value for Session, use the following commands:
set alarm threshold session count <half~maximum>

set alarm threshold session percent <50-100%>
After running this command, you need to save the configuration by using the save command.

To check the default threshold, use the following command:
get alarm threshold
Modification History:
2020-10-22: Article reviewed for accuracy, no changes required
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