Reference: Server Monitoring Parameters

This section contains a reference of all Server (and System-independent) Monitoring Parameters provided by Avantra.

AgentConnectRoute

Define routing string for use with the avantra-gateway

Description
It is recommended to use The Route Configurator instead of configuring this parameter directly.

If the Avantra Master connects to the Avantra Agent through one or more avantra-gateways, you can define this value.

Reference Data
Configures

AgentConnect

Unit

String.

The format of a routing string is defined by the following EBNF:

Routing   ::==  Sequence | Backup
Backup    ::==  '(' Sequence ')' { '|(' Sequence ')' }
Sequence  ::==  [ URL { ' ' URL }]
URL       ::==  ( target | reverse) ['?' query ]
target    ::==  protocol '//' host ':' port
reverse   ::==  '//' reverse-id
query     ::==  param {'&' param}
protocol  ::==  'a5' | 'a5s'
param     ::==  key '=' value
host      ::==  hostname | ip-address
port      ::==  integer
key       ::==  url-encoded string
value     ::==  url-encoded string

The meaning of protocol is as follows:

a5

The (unsecured) protocol provided by Avantra 5 and higher, i.e. HTTP

a5s

The secure protocol used by Avantra 5 and higher, i.e. HTTPS

AgentConnectTimeCrit

Configure critical threshold for AgentConnect

Description

If no connection could be established to a Avantra Agent for more than AgentConnectTimeCrit minutes, the Avantra Master will set the status of the AgentConnect Check to Critical.

Reference Data
Configures

Agent

Default Value

60

Unit

Minutes

AgentConnectTimeWarn

Configure warning threshold for AgentConnect

Description

If no connection could be established to a Avantra Agent for more than AgentConnectTimeWarn minutes, the Avantra Master will set the status of the AgentConnect Check to Warning.

Reference Data
Configures

Agent

Default Value

10

Unit

Minutes

AgentEnvironment

Set Environment variables effective for the Avantra Agent.

Description

General purpose parameter. Do not use it unless instructed by the Avantra support team.

Reference Data
Configures

Agent

Unit

String

AgentListenerPort

Configure the Avantra Agent TCP/IP listener port.

Description

Defines the Avantra Agent TCP/IP listener port. Do not change this value unless the default port is already in use.

If you need to change it, please contact our support for assistance.

If you are not familiar with TCP/IP, or you do not know what a port is, you may want to start further reading at RFC 1180.

Reference Data
Configures

Agent

Default Value

9051

Unit

Number

AgentProtocolUseSSL

Configures, whether the communication between Avantra Agent and Avantra Master uses SSL encryption or not.

Description

By default, the communication between Avantra Agent and Avantra Master is secured by SSL using client-side certificates. Turning SSL off should only be required under rare circumstances, i.e. to work around SSL problems with the Avantra Agent Java Runtime Environment. Please be aware that without SSL communication between Avantra Agent and Avantra Master will be plain text HTTP.

Reference Data
Configures

Agent

Default Value

true

Unit

Boolean

AliveTimeout

Defines the timeout value for the Avantra Agent

Description

If the Avantra Master did not receive data for more than AliveTimeout minutes, it will set the status of Check AGENTALIVE to Critical. You may decrease this parameter for productive systems, and increase it for systems connected via low speed/low bandwidth links.

Reference Data
Configures

AGENTALIVE

Default Value

10

Unit

Minutes

AutoChangeDetectionIgnore

Description

AutoChangeDetectionIgnore is used to exclude parameters from System Change Auto Detection. If, for example, a parameter value changes regularly and this behaviour is well known, you may add the parameter to the exclude list. The parameter value is still updated in the Avantra Database, but no change record will be created. Since there are several change detection objects, you must prefix the list with a keyword to indicate the object type.

This parameter has currently no effect for Servers.

Reference Data
Configures

System Change Auto Detection

Unit

Keyword followed by comma separated value list, optionally followed by a semicolon followed by a keyword followed by comma separated value list, …​ Colon, semicolon, and comma must be escaped by \ (backslash) if used as a value.

CheckCycleTime

Modifies scheduling of the Basic Check Cycle

Description

Defines the time interval between two consecutive runs of the Basic Check Cycle.

Reference Data
Configures

All Checks in the Basic Check Cycle

Default Value

5

Unit

Minutes

CloudDetection

Enable/disable cloud detection on Agent.

Description

Determine if the Agent shall perform cloud detection. For the purpose of cloud detection several predefined URLs have to be accessed, which may lead to firewall messages depending on your environment. In this case you can turn off cloud detection by this parameter.

Reference Data
Configures

Cloud detection

Default Value

On

Unit

Boolean

ClusterSwitchMsgDisplayDuration

Configures Cluster Switch Visibility in RealTime Monitoring

Description

Defines how long (in minutes) the AGENTALIVE Check remains in status Warning after a Virtual Cluster Server has switched from one Physical Server to the other.

Reference Data
Configures

AGENTALIVE (for Virtual Cluster Servers only)

Default Value

30

Unit

Minutes

CPULoadAverageTime

Configures CPU usage computation interval

Description

The value of CPULoadAverageTime defines the time period used to compute the average CPU load over. CPULOAD will only result in Warning or Critical status, if the CPU load of the system was over the corresponding threshold for CPULoadAverageTime minutes or more. The higher this value is, the less likely you will get alerts due to CPU peaks over a small period of time only.

Reference Data
Configures

CPULOAD

Default Value

10

Unit

Minutes

CPULoadCrit

Configures a critical threshold for the CPU usage

Description

If the server’s average CPU load exceeds CPULoadCrit percent the check status of CPULOAD turns to Critical.

Reference Data
Configures

CPULOAD

Default Value

95

Unit

%

CPULoadWarn

Configures a warning threshold for the CPU usage

Description

If the server’s average CPU load exceeds CPULoadWarn percent, but does not exceed CPULoadCrit percent, the check status of CPULOAD turns to Warning.

Reference Data
Configures

CPULOAD

Default Value

80

Unit

%

DailyCheckSendTimeRange

Configures a random delay for Daily Check delivery

Description

Usually Daily Checks are executed at DailyCheckStart and delivered immediately. In a large scale environment with hundreds of Avantra Agents and if DailyCheckStart has the same value for all Avantra Agents it may cause a high load of the Avantra Master.

If you set this parameter the Avantra Agent randomly chooses a time between 0 and DailyCheckSendTimeRange minutes before the Daily Check is actually delivered.

Reference Data
Configures

FULLCHECK

Default Value

0

Unit

Minutes

DailyCheckStart

Configures Daily Check execution time

Description

Defines the start time of the FULLCHECK in the Avantra Agent's local time zone. It affects all SAP Instances eventually installed on the same Physical Server or Virtual Cluster Server.

Reference Data
Configures

FULLCHECK

Default Value

07:00

Unit

Formatted String: HH:MM

DumpData

Dump data for debugging purposes

Description

Use only if instructed by Avantra.

Reference Data
Configures

Agent

Unit

List

FSExCrit

Configure filesystem forecasting critical threshold

Description

If the predicted point in time when the filesystem usage limit is exceeded is within the upcoming FSExCrit hours, the check status of FILESYSTEMS is set to Critical.

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS

Default Value

2

Unit

Hours

Monitoring Exception Parameter available

Yes

FSExWarn

Configure filesystem forecasting warning threshold

Description

If the predicted point in time when the filesystem usage limit is exceeded is within the upcoming FSExWarn hours, but not within the upcoming FSExCrit hours, the check status of FILESYSTEMS is set to Warning (unless the FSUsageCrit threshold is exceeded for some file system).

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS

Default Value

12

Unit

Hours

Monitoring Exception Parameter available

Yes

FSForecast

Enables forecasting for FILESYSTEMS check

Description

Defines whether the forecasting algorithm is active or inactive. See Forecasting for more information.

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS

Default Value

Active

Unit

Enum (Active/Inactive)

Monitoring Exception Parameter available

Yes

FSMonitorNetwork

Configure monitoring of network filesystems

Description

If the parameter is selected the FILESYSTEMS Check also monitors non-local file systems, i.e. mapped network drives (in the Windows world) and NFS-mounted file systems (in the Unix world).

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS, ORA_FSLOGARCH, DB2_FSLOGARCH

Default Value

Not set

Unit

Check box

FSNodeCrit

Configure critical filesystem inode usage threshold

Description

If one or more of the Physical Server’s filesystem inode usage exceeds FSNodeCrit percent, the Check status is set to Critical (on Unix-like operating systems only).

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS

Default Value

95

Unit

%

FSNodeWarn

Configure warning filesystem inode usage threshold

Description

If one or more of the Physical Server’s filesystem inode usage exceeds FSNodeWarn percent, but none of them exceeds FSNodeCrit percent, the check status is set to Warning (unless any other Critical threshold is exceeded for some filesystem; on Unix-like operating systems only).

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS

Default Value

90

Unit

%

FSTypeLocal

Configure filesystem types considered local

Description

A list of (local) filesystem types. Avantra Agent does not monitor filesystems having a type not defined in this parameter.

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS, ORA_FSLOGARCH, DB2_FSLOGARCH

Default Value

advfs aix ext2 ext3 ext4 gpfs hfs jfs jfs2 minix ntfs ocfs2 reiser4 reiserfs ufs vxfs xfs xiafs zfs

Unit

String

FSTypeRemote

Configure filesystem types considered as network filesystems

Description

A list of (network) filesystem types. Avantra Agent does not monitor filesystems having a type not defined in this parameter. The parameter is only effective if FSMonitorNetwork is selected.

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS, ORA_FSLOGARCH, DB2_FSLOGARCH

Default Value

afs dfs nfs nfs2 nfs3 nfsv2 nfsv3 smbfs

Unit

String

FSUsageCrit

Configure critical filesystem usage threshold

Description

If one or more of the Physical Server’s filesystem usage exceeds the FSUsageCrit threshold, the Check status is set to Critical.

You can define the threshold either in percentage of the total size of the resource, or in KB, MB, or GB values of the remaining free space. In the first case, the parameter gets effective if the usage measured in % of the total space is higher than the defined threshold. In the second case the parameter gets effective if the remaining free space is lower than the defined threshold.

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS

Default Value

95

Unit

%

Monitoring Exception Parameter available

Yes

FSUsageWarn

Configure warning filesystem usage threshold

Description

If one or more of the Physical Server’s filesystem usage exceeds the FSUsageWarn thrreshold, but none of them exceeds the FSUsageCrit threshold, the check status is set to Warning (unless any other Critical threshold is exceeded for some filesystem).

You can define the threshold either in percentage of the total size of the resource, or in KB, MB, or GB values of the remaining free space. In the first case, the parameter gets effective if the usage measured in % of the total space is higher than the defined threshold. In the second case the parameter gets effective if the remaining free space is lower than the defined threshold.

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS

Default Value

80

Unit

%

Monitoring Exception Parameter available

Yes

GatewayTunnels

Configure Tunnels maintained by the Avantra Agent.

Description

This parameter is used to configure Tunnels to other Avantra Agents used as Gateways or the Avantra Master.

Do not change this Monitoring Parameter unless you really know what you are doing. This parameter can be set using The Route Configurator.
Reference Data
Configures

All checks assigned to the System.

Default Value

(not defined)

Unit

Boolean

LocalMonitoringOff

Turn local monitoring off

Description

If you set this parameter Avantra will stop monitoring the System.

This setting can be used if you want to monitor this System only using End-to-End Application Monitoring (from a different System).

Do not change this Monitoring Parameter unless you really know what you are doing.
Reference Data
Configures

All checks assigned to the System.

Default Value

(not defined)

Unit

Boolean

LogKeepFiles

Control how many log files to preserve

Description

Defines how many old log files to keep. If set to 0, there is one log file kept called lyceus.log.old.

If set to a value n greater 0, n log files are kept named with time stamp suffix.

Reference Data
Configures

Avantra Agent

Default Value

0

Unit

Number

MasterConnectRoute

Define routing string for more sophisticated routing from the Avantra Agent to the Avantra Master. and as replacement for parameters MasterHost and MasterPort.

Description
It is recommended to use The Route Configurator instead of configuring this parameter directly.

Use this parameter if MasterHost and MasterPort parameters are not sufficient to specify the routing from Avantra Agent to Avantra Master.

Reference Data
Configures

AGENTALIVE

Unit

String.

The format of a routing string is defined by the following EBNF:

Routing   ::==  Sequence | Backup
Backup    ::==  '(' Sequence ')' { '|(' Sequence ')' }
Sequence  ::==  [ URL { ' ' URL }]
URL       ::==  ( target | reverse) ['?' query ]
target    ::==  protocol '//' host ':' port
reverse   ::==  '//' reverse-id
query     ::==  param {'&' param}
protocol  ::==  'a5' | 'a5s'
param     ::==  key '=' value
host      ::==  hostname | ip-address
port      ::==  integer
key       ::==  url-encoded string
value     ::==  url-encoded string

The meaning of protocol is as follows:

a5

The (unsecured) protocol provided by Avantra 5 and higher, i.e. HTTP

a5s

The secure protocol used by Avantra 5 and higher, i.e. HTTPS

MasterHost

Configure how to connect to the Avantra Master

Description

Host name or IP address of the Avantra server, more precisely, of the server running Avantra Master.

The default value is taken from the Avantra Master property Network.masterhost which itself is determined automatically.

If you use AgentConnectRoute you probably need to set MasterHost to the host name of the last gateway defined in AgentConnectRoute

Reference Data
Configures

Avantra Agent

Default Value

The value of Network.masterhost

Unit

Formatted String: Full Qualified Domain Name or IP Address

MasterPort

Configure how to connect to the Avantra Master

Description

TCP/IP port number the Avantra Master is listening to.

The default value is taken from the Avantra Master property Network.masterport.

If you use AgentConnectRoute you probably need to set MasterPort to the TCP/IP port number of the last gateway defined in AgentConnectRoute.

Reference Data
Configures

Avantra Agent

Default Value

The value of Network.masterport.

Unit

Number

MediumCheckCycleTime

Modifies scheduling of the Medium Check Cycle

Description

Defines the time interval between two consecutive runs of the Medium Check Cycle. Please be aware that the cycle time is always 'rounded' up to the next CheckCycleTime time. For example, if you enter 8 minutes as the MediumCheckCycleTime and the CheckCycleTime is set to 5 minutes, the check will be executed every 10 minutes in every 2nd check interval.

Reference Data
Configures

Medium Check Cycle

Default Value

3

Unit

Number

MemoryUsageCrit

Configure critical threshold for physical memory check MEMORY

Description

If the physical memory usage exceeds the MemoryUsageCrit threshold, the check status is set to Critical.

You can define the threshold either in percentage of the total size of the resource, or in KB, MB, or GB values of the remaining free space. In the first case, the parameter gets effective if the usage measured in % of the total space is higher than the defined threshold. In the second case the parameter gets effective if the remaining free space is lower than the defined threshold.

Reference Data
Configures

MEMORY

Default Value

95

Unit

%

MemoryUsageWarn

Configure warning threshold for physical memory check MEMORY

Description

If the physical memory usage exceeds the MemoryUsageWarn threshold, but does not exceed the MemoryUsageCrit threshold, the check status is set to Warning.

You can define the threshold either in percentage of the total size of the resource, or in KB, MB, or GB values of the remaining free space. In the first case, the parameter gets effective if the usage measured in % of the total space is higher than the defined threshold. In the second case the parameter gets effective if the remaining free space is lower than the defined threshold.

Reference Data
Configures

MEMORY

Default Value

90

Unit

%

MessageSuppressTime

Suppress Avantra Agent communication

Description

The Avantra Agent re-sends a Check Result after MessageSuppressTime minutes, if check status and check message have not changed during this time.

Reference Data
Configures

All Checks

Default Value

60

Unit

Minutes

PagingSpaceCrit

Configure critical threshold for virtual memory check

Description

If the total amount of paging space usage exceeds the PagingSpaceCrit threshold, the check status is set to Critical.

You can define the threshold either in percentage of the total size of the resource, or in KB, MB, or GB values of the remaining free space. In the first case, the parameter gets effective if the usage measured in % of the total space is higher than the defined threshold. In the second case the parameter gets effective if the remaining free space is lower than the defined threshold.

Reference Data
Configures

PAGINGSPACE

Default Value

95

Unit

%

PagingSpaceWarn

Configure warning threshold for virtual memory check

Description

If the total amount of paging space usage exceeds the PagingSpaceWarn threshold, but does not exceed the PagingSpaceCrit threshold, the check status is set to Warning.

You can define the threshold either in percentage of the total size of the resource, or in KB, MB, or GB values of the remaining free space. In the first case, the parameter gets effective if the usage measured in % of the total space is higher than the defined threshold. In the second case the parameter gets effective if the remaining free space is lower than the defined threshold.

Reference Data
Configures

PAGINGSPACE

Default Value

80

Unit

%

PagingSpacePhysMemRatioWarn

Configure warning threshold for the amount of virtual memory

Description

If the Server's total amount of paging space is less PagingSpacePhysMemRatioWarn percent of the physical memory, the check status of Check PAGINGSPACE is set to Warning.

The default is 0 in case of which this sub-Check is disabled.

Reference Data
Configures

PAGINGSPACE

Default Value

0

Unit

%

PerfDataCollection

Turn Performance Data Collection on or off (for Servers)

Description

Controls whether or not Performance Data Collection is turned on for Systems. If you do not want the Avantra Agent to collect performance data you may remove the flag.

Reference Data
Configures

System

Default Value

On

Unit

Check box

PerfDataDiskIOFileSystems

Configures FILESYSTEMS Check to collect disk IO performance data

Description

Use this monitoring parameter to collect disk IO performance data of file systems. Disk IO performance data is not collected by default for file systems. It must be turned on using this monitoring parameter. Define the names of the file systems you want to collect data of. Multiple entries can be separated with one or more spaces, comma, or semicolon. If one of these characters appear in a file system path, you must escape it with \. You can use wildcard * to define multiple file systems.

Use * to collect performance data of all file systems.

Use /usr/sap* to collect performance data of all filesystems starting with /usr/sap.

Use C:* D:* E:* to collect performance data of logical drives On Microsoft Windows operating systems.

Do not use C:\ since \ must be quoted itself.

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS

Default Value

n/a

Unit

String

PerfDataNetworkIOInterfaces

Configures network interfaces to collect performance data

Description

Use this monitoring parameter to collect performance data of network I/O interfaces. Performance data is not collected by default for network interfaces. It must be turned on with this monitoring parameter. Define the names of the network interfaces, multiple network interfaces can be separated with spaces, comma, or semicolon. You can use wildcard \* to define network interfaces.

Use * to collect performance data of all network I/O interfaces.

Use eth* to collect performance data of all network I/O interfaces with a name starting with eth.

RTMMaxMessageSize

Reference Data

Restrict amount of transmitted RealTime Monitoring Check data.

Description

Defines the maximum number of bytes of the check message that are transferred to the Avantra Master. This is to prevent network transmission problems in case of very large message sizes.

Reference Data
Configures

Avantra Agent

Default Value

16384

Unit

Number

SAPInstanceDetection

Description

This parameter controls the SAP Instance Auto Discovery algorithm of the Avantra Agent.

By default only SAP Instances with an instance profile file ending on the hostname (on Physical Servers) or the Virtual Cluster Server Name (on Virtual Cluster Servers) are monitored. In case your profiles are named differently and you are using logical host names, first have a look at SAPLogicalHostDetection and SAPLogicalHostResolution.

White List Mode

You can define a list of SAP Instance names of SAP Instances which shall be discovered on the corresponding Server. In this mode you define all the SAP Instances in question as a formatted string.

Only if the Avantra Agent cannot find instance profiles after setting SAPLogicalHostDetection and SAPLogicalHostResolution, you should consider using SAPInstanceDetection in White List Mode.
Black List Mode

Let the Avantra Agent automatically discover all the SAP Instances and define a list of SAP Instance names which shall be excluded. In this mode you define all the excluded SAP Instances as a formatted string., and add the keyword EXCEPT as a prefix to this list. You can even use EXCEPT * in order to turn off SAP Instance Auto Discovery completely

You can change this behaviour by using the keyword ALL. The keywords ALL and EXCEPT can be combined.

Do NOT use the value ALL only unless instructed by the support. In particular, do NOT use the value ALL in conjunction with Virtual Cluster Servers.

Example 1. Example for a white list

BEN: pinot_BEN_00, merlot_BEN_01; P11: riesling_P11_00

with BEN and P11 the Real SAP SID of the SAP Instances followed by the corresponding instance names, in case of BEN separated by comma.

Example 2. Example for a black list

EXCEPT BEN: merlot_BEN_01

with BEN the Real SAP SID of the SAP Instances followed by the corresponding instance name.

Example 3. Discover no xref:product-guide:avantra:glossary/s.adoc#sap-instance[SAP Instance]s at all

EXCEPT *

Reference Data
Configures

SAP Instance Auto Discovery

Unit

Formatted String: [ALL] [EXCEPT [*]] <SID1>:<InstPrf11>, <InstPrf12>, …​ ; <SID2>:<InstPrf21>, <InstPrf22>, …​; …​

SAPInstanceProfiles

This parameter is deprecated and supported only for backward compatibility. Please use the improved SAPInstanceDetection parameter instead.

Reference Data
Configures

SAP Instance Auto Discovery

Unit

Formatted String: [ALL] [EXCEPT [*]] <SID1>:<InstPrf11>, <InstPrf12>, …​ ; <SID2>:<InstPrf21>, <InstPrf22>, …​; …​

SAPLogicalHostDetection

Lets the Agent detect instances using Logical Host Names automatically.

Description

If the hostname used by the instance (SAPLOCALHOST) is a Logical Host Name and doesn’t match the Server Name defined in Avantra, monitoring will not be performed. But if this parameter is activated on the corresponding SAP System, the Agent will do a /etc/hosts and DNS lookup for the Logical Host Name, and if the name resolves to a matching IP address, the instance will be monitored by the Agent.

Reference Data
Configures

Instance Detection

Default Value

false

Unit

Boolean

Monitoring Exception Parameter available

No

SAPLogicalHostResolution

Allows to define custom host name / ip mappings augmenting Logical Host Name resolution.

Description

In addition to the SAPLogicalHostDetection parameter, this parameter can be used to define IP addresses or host names for Logical Host name resolution. Normally the automatic resolution using the hosts file or DNS will work, but in case of DNS problems or Agentless Monitoring, this parameter can be set to customize the resolution. On a per host basis, mappings of multiple host names to an IP address or host name can be defined. In case Logical Host detection is active, but this parameter doesn’t provide a mapping, the detection falls back to hosts file / DNS mapping.

The format of the parameter looks as follows:

logical-host-name-mappings ::=  logical-host-name-mapping { ';' logical-host-name-mapping }
logical-host-name-mapping  ::=  real-name ':' logical-name { ',' logical-name }
real-name                  ::=  ip-address | host-name
logical-name               ::=  host-name

The following examples show how to set the parameter:

192.168.10.105: baker, berthe 192.168.10.105: baker, berthe; 192.168.10.106: baltimore

Reference Data
Configures

Instance Detection

Unit

String

SocketReadTimeOut

Configure Avantra Agent network timeout

Description

Defines the maximum time (in seconds) the Avantra Agent reads an incoming TCP/IP connection. There usually is no need to change this value.

Reference Data
Configures

Avantra Agent

Default Value

20

Unit

Seconds

TimeOffsetCrit

Critical threshold for the TimeOffset check.

Description

Defines the Critical threshold for the TimeOffset check; if the Agent server UTC time differs from the Avantra Master UTC time more than the configured value, TimeOffset becomes Critical.

Reference Data
Configures

TimeOffset

Default Value

60

Unit

Seconds

TimeOffsetWarn

Warning threshold for the TimeOffset check.

Description

Defines the Warning threshold for the TimeOffset check; if the Agent server UTC time differs from the Avantra Master UTC time more than the configured value, TimeOffset becomes Warning.

Reference Data
Configures

TimeOffset

Default Value

30

Unit

Seconds

TimeOutOsCalls

Configure operating system call timeout

Description

Defines the timeout for Avantra Agent child processes performing operating system calls. If the value exceeds, the process is terminated. There usually is no need to change this value. This parameter affects Solaris systems only.

Reference Data
Configures

FILESYSTEMS and PAGINGSPACE

Default Value

10

Unit

Seconds

TraceLevel

Configure Avantra Agent logging

Description

Defines how verbose the Avantra Agent performs logging. Valid values range from 0 to 5

Reference Data
Configures

Avantra Agent

Default Value

2

Unit

Number