The Exceptions view on the ruleset toolbar allows you to create exception thresholds and define actions to take when a threshold is exceeded for an executing query in each planned environment. Neither SLES 10 nor SLES 11 IWM systems provide the ability to define exceptions at the ruleset level. SLES 11 IWM systems do provide the ability to define tactical exceptions for tactical workloads.
The following tabs in the Exceptions view display all exception information for a ruleset from different perspectives:
- By Planned Environment
- Exceptions organized by planned environment. After selecting a planned environment, all exceptions are listed alphabetically by name. All workloads are listed in workload evaluation order. Select or clear the workload check boxes to enable or disable the use of individual exceptions for individual workloads. If the All-WD check box is selected, all check boxes in the row are selected and cannot be individually controlled.
- By Workload
- Exceptions are organized by workloads. After selecting a workload, all exceptions are listed by name. All planned environments are listed by name and by how they are arranged in the state matrix. Select or clear the planned environment check boxes to enable or disable individual exceptions for individual planned environments. Within a workload, if an exception is enabled for All-WD in a planned environment, the check box for the planned environment is selected and disabled. You can change the exception setting on the Planned Environment tab.
- By Exception
- List of all exceptions created for planned environments and workloads. After selecting an exception, all workloads are listed in workload evaluation order. All planned environments are listed by name. Select or clear the planned environment check boxes to enable or disable individual workloads for individual planned environments. If the All-WD check box is selected, all check boxes in the column are selected and cannot be individually controlled.