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I'm new in SevOne, and I found out this 2 alerts, may I know what's actually tringle these
Threshold triggered -- XXXXXX's SevOne-requestd's Requestd
Threshold triggered -- XXXXXX's SevOne-selfmond's Selfmond
Hi Johnthis alert comes from SevOne selfmonitoring capability (https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/SSUWLY_6.5/main/nms/quick_start/Self_monitoring_Quick_Start_Guide.pdf) where SevOne monitors itself, not only measuring things like CPU, memory, etc... but also application layer information, including the RequestD process.Regarding RequestD, this is the backbone messaging daemon, like a messaging bus and it's critical in SevOne, therefore if you see any issue with this process, I would recommend opening a case with support to review the problem. It might be nothing (for example you just added a new peer to the cluster and there is no activity on that appliance) or it can be something more serious.