If somehow the AIMS normal behavior patterns (baselines) should be outdated or wrong, you can put AIMS into so called "re-learning" mode. In this mode, AIMS will scratch the previous patterns and start the process of creating new baselines / normal behavior patterns for the selected parameters and components.
See the video below on how to do this only for specific components or for a whole environment.
- First, the video shows how to reset the normal behavior patterns for a whole environment
- Then how to reset patterns for the server components (cpu, memory etc)
- Third, an example on how to reset patterns for a specific database
- Finally, how to reset patterns for a single BizTalk host