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  2. If you're using our REST API to get data, the response is limited to 500 data values. So you can specify start and end times (in epoch format) to get data, but you'll likely need a script that iterates through start/end values to get data for a month. There isn't a parameter that will sort data oldest to newest at this time. We'll look into adding such a parameter as an improvement, but we'll also keep this use case in mind for our SDK, which is currently in development.
  3. Yesterday
  4. Does anyone know if there is a request parameter that I can add to get all available rows of data? Also, is there a request param to sort the data by timestamp? By default, it comes sorted newest to oldest. I'd really like all data for an entire month, sorted oldest to newest, but I'm having to request half a day at a time and sort myself...I am hoping to avoid that being a long-term solution.
  5. Can we get the 24:00 hour time format back from the old panel? Using the AM/PM time picker is very confusing for my whole team and they often get it wrong.
  6. Hi everyone, I'm trying to get some results off a Simplivity system using power shell and json. I have the powershelgl working as I would expect, but I can't get the results to show up in LogicMonitor. In collector debug, I see this when running the script. >!posh returns 0 output: [ { "id": "53466cdf-ee82-435e-8619-334b3a3e7583", "name": "Fakename", "type": "OMNISTACK", "members": [ "4230cce1-f672-e708-0ed6-3310d6db8222", "4230e3c6-4cf6-7228-fc86-cbce8cfa4af7", "564dcac8-b774-c644-cb22-e63acfd07cb9" ], "arbiter_connected": true, "arbiter_address": "", "stored_compressed_data": 731283120128, "compression_ratio": "1.8 : 1", "deduplication_ratio": "300.9 : 1", "free_space": 14779864866201, "capacity_savings": 387454100800512, "efficiency_ratio": "530.8 : 1", "local_backup_capacity": 385825262157824, "used_logical_capacity": 388185382895616, "remote_backup_capacity": 0, "allocated_capacity": 15511146961305, "stored_virtual_machine_data": 2360120737792, "stored_uncompressed_data": 1290225192960, "used_capacity": 731282095104 } ] I've attached example of what I've tried for output. Nothing is showing up.
  7. Last week
  8. Please enhance the NOC widget's sort option so that status blocks can be sorted by the value of custom property on a device group or device.
  9. Please add a configuration option to disable/enable adding the reply section to alert messages. This option must be configurable by recipient group. You may reply to this alert with these commands: - ACK (comment) - acknowledge alert - NEXT - escalate to next contact - SDT X - schedule downtime for this alert on this host for X hours. - SDT datasource X - SDT for all instances of the datasource on this host for X hours - SDT host X - SDT for entire host for X hours
  10. This kind of feature would be amazing
  11. We agree that making IDs (for devices, instances, etc.) more accessible in the UI would make developing against the REST API easier, and are working on the best way to do that.
  12. To make developing against the REST API easier and more productive, please add the device ID to the device Info tab.
  13. I'd like to have additional visual filter options for the big number widget configuration to drive the background color of the widget: Red value expression Amber value expression Otherwise Green or default background color.
  14. I agree about the dash! Very irritating.
  15. Just ran into this today, needed to add a %. I'm also not a fan of the default dash between unit label and bottom label. If I don't want to use a unit label, my bottom label always begins with a dash.
  16. What I'm picturing is a hybrid of the NOC widget and big number widget. The big number (text color or background color) would be in green when not triggering any alert conditions and yellow, orange, or red to match alert level. Alternatively, adding a value column to the NOC widget would accomplish the same goal. Either of these allows the eye to be drawn to the most important things on a dashboard without having to dig for the associated value.
  17. While viewing a list of Alerts, I would like the Value field to be clickable / sortable, exactly the same all of the other column values in the Alert list. I was surprised when I discovered this field cold not be sorted. Use case 1 - I am looking at Alerts for Disk Volume usage. I want to sort on value to focus on the volumes with the least amount of free space (or most amount of used space). Use Case 2 - I am looking at Alerts for CPU utilization. I want to sort on value to focus on the processors with the highest utilization Thank You. Todd
  18. I would like to have the option within an alert rule to "continue" processing to the next rule. For example, we would like to handle integrations differently than email alerts. I we could create one rule at the top with the highest priority to take an action with our integration, then allow me to customize everything else in separate rules. The only other way to handle this is to add our integration to every escalation chain we create, which is tedious and will lead to manual errors.
  19. Please add an option to the Big Number Widget to specify a suffix to the number. For example, I would like to be able add a few chacarcters to demote the units, examples, 100%, 200ms, 7 GB free, etc.
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  21. Also, cloning (though this change would reduce the need somewhat). Also, automatic rule priorities and drag/drop and move before/after/top/bottom to manipulate. Alert rule groups so MSP clients can be allowed to see their rules would also be nice.
  22. I would love to see the alert rule "level" drop down option switched to a check box style. 99% of the rules I create are for errors and criticals only, and not warning. So instead of having one alert rule, I now need two for every escalation chain.
  23. Just wanted to bump this, since I didn't hear anything. It can make managing lots of alert overrides a real PITA not having this ability.
  24. Mike, Can you expand on this a little further? For example, if i have something simple, like a CPU alert, and its set to trigger after 3 consecutive polls. Are you saying if there's no data for 2 intervals, it wouldn't display a warning, but after the 3rd interval in a row it will? Just to restate the situation I'm in. I have a few devices that just don't poll reliably, they probably have a "no data" every couple of polls. I would love the ability for those types of devices to set something like "if there are 3 polls in a row of no data, throw a no data warning" and clear instantly.
  25. API compatibility to be a data-source for brightgauge would be very helpfull for client reporting.
  26. We don't have any devices that would permanently be in an AWS account (would it have to be per region too?). Possibly the collector boxes, but I'd have to make the connection between the AWS EC2 device & its matching device that is the collector box...
  27. Currently if FILTEREVENTS is defined on a child group it overrides the parent group's value of FILTEREVENTS. I would like to have the option to make child groups inherit the parent's value but concatenate FILTEREVENTS with additional values just for the child group. For example: Parent group has FILTEREVENTS = 10|20|30 Child group has FILTEREVENTS = 40|50|60 Resulting child group FILTEREVENTS = 10|20|30|40|50|60
  28. So I've opened a few support cases about #2 on my list--custom properties and tokens for clusters. At first I was told it should work already. So I went ahead and implemented a process that I now find won't work at all because what I was initially told was incorrect. So the #2 is very much high on my wishlist.
  29. I see, yes - if you apply to a group, the EventSource will apply to each device in that group, which is why you're getting duplicate alerts. You'll need to make sure the EventSource only applies to one device to avoid the duplicates - a few ideas on which device to apply to are: a billing device if you have one in monitoring (as that is unlikely to come & go), you can add '' as a device and apply it to that, or you can just pick any non-temporary device in your AWS Device Group. Does that make sense?
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