Question: Why is the Alert #15 threshold still set at 10 incomplete file I/O operations, instead of the new default value of 256?
Answer: The factory setting for Alert #15 was changed from 10 to 256 incomplete file I/O operations in build 3677.
However, when you installed an earlier build of Foxhound, you became responsible for making any changes to
Alerts Criteria settings stored for each target database, plus any changes made to the default settings.
The data upgrade process to build 3677 or later only changed the factory settings and the extreme settings.
If you want to use the new Factory Settings for a target database, press the Restore Factory Settings button on
the Alerts Criteria page for that database.
If you then want those settings to be used as the defaults for future target databases, press Save Settings as Default.
There are four kinds of Alerts Criteria settings:
One set for each target database, copied from the default settings when you start sampling that database and under your control after that,
the default settings, set to the factory settings with the first installation and under your control after that via Save Settings as Default,
the factory settings, delivered with each installation and available for you to copy to the current target database settings via Restore Factory Settings, and
the extreme settings, delivered with each installation and available for you to copy to the current target database settings via Use Extreme Settings.
The Monitor Options Page - Alert #15