Operation auto-learning enables you to define the set of operations identified by the Simple Parser, without the need to manually define each operation. Operations that are found frequently are learned and reported.
See also auto-learning in Web - HTTP.
Enabling auto-learning allows you to define the set of operations identified by the DNS analyzer, without the need to manually define each operation. Operations that are found frequently are learned and reported.
Size of reported pool.
Specify the size of reported operations pool.
If necessary, you can change the default size of reported operations pool. The pool is shared among all monitored servers. The auto-learning algorithm aggregates the operations for all servers - the server IP, port or any other attribute of the server is not taken into account by the auto-learning algorithm. Any member of the pool will be reported for all servers, regardless the activity on individual servers.
Number of reported elements
Enter the number of reported elements.
You can specify the maximum number of different operations that will be reported and learned.
Click Advanced settings to show the properties so you can adjust the behavior of the auto-learning algorithm. The design behavior of the auto-learning algorithm for the DNS analyzer are directly analogous to those for the auto-learning of URLs and you can adjust these settings accordingly.