Comprehensive scoring also works similarly to definite scoring. Here also it considers all log clusters in v2. The difference in comprehensive scoring is it takes ratio-based scoring instead of the actual numbers. Comprehensive scoring works based on the following factors:
Normalizes the score by the total number of unexpected clusters.
Has a different ratio-based scoring mechanism for unexpected clusters present in both v1 and v2.
Comprehensive scoring is tolerant to unexpected events that are present in both v1 and v2 unless the ratio of those events is much higher in v2. Hence, Comprehensive Scoring is used in scenarios where there are unexpected clusters in v1 that you may want to ignore in v2.
Score Reduction is higher at higher sensitivity levels.
Score Reduction is higher for clusters with higher criticality.
By default, comprehensive scoring will give a score of 0 (fail) whenever there is a critical error.
To set the Comprehensive Scoring Algorithm follow the steps below:
Users can select the Comprehensive Scoring algorithm while creating a "Log Template". Users can set the Comprehensive Scoring algorithm after creating an application.
If you haven’t created an application already, click here.
To know more about how to create a Log Template, refer here.
From the application dashboard, click "Setup" and click “Analysis Templates” and then click "+New Template" button.
After clicking “+New Template” button, two options appear for you to choose the type of template you want to create. Select the “Log Template” from the available options as shown in the below image.
Click the Scoring Algorithm drop-down and select Comprehensive Scoring as shown in the image below: