is the subject of our problem determination analysis. Symptoms can be captured
in repositories called symptom databases. Symptom databases are common
knowledge repositories that capture known problems and solutions to these
problems, that can be used in future problem determination analysis. From this
point of view authoring symptoms is an important activity in the problem
determination space. The Test and Performance Tools Platform provides tools
that can be used for authoring symptoms.
The purpose of this short talk is to provide an introduction to the Symptom
2.0 format authoring capabilities that were made available in the Test and
Performance Tools Platform version 4.2. A walk through the Symptom 2.0 format
database editor functionality and extension capabilities will be presented.
Master of Science in Mathematics, University of Bucharest 1992.
Software Developer, IBM Toronto Lab. Working on problem determination tools and Autonomic Computing technologies. Comitter in the Test and Performance Tools open source project.