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  1. 2 points
    Are there any plans to have linked clones for dashboards? At the moment we create a template dashboard using tokens and then clone them and then update the token to match what we need to. The problem is if we make a change to the format of a dashboard, we either have to do it on all of them, or delete all the cloned ones and then clone them out again. It would make things a lot easier if all the clones were linked back to the master, and an update to layout or widgets on the master was automatically replicated to the cloned templates.
  2. 2 points
    Here are some datasources we added to get better information on Palo Alto firewalls: Certificate Status: KFWLJ9 High Availability Detail: EMXWRR (this one includes a bunch of HA info, including HA link status, compat status and so forth. Many auto properties for reference on the local and peer units. All datapoints currently use the default alert templates, but I am hoping to extend that and leverage the auto properties for those messages) Support Status: 3YJJCZ License Status: DXEAP4 All use the XML API, so will require security review (no idea how long that takes).
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    We run into situations where widgets display an error of some sort due to any number of reasons, usually when datasources are changed or resource group structure is updated. The point is, there is an error displayed in the widget instead of the data, and the fact that is happening is pure stealth currently, just waiting for an embarrassing moment with clients. I propose that this meta-issue be reflected in a way it can be detected in advance. If the API can pull that information, then a check could be setup within LM or via external script. I just checked our JSON dump of all widgets and nothing like this appears to be in place currently.
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    The newer filter capability is appreciated, but would be even better if more complex logic could be applied (AND/OR/NOT for multiple filters) to really focus on specific types of traffic while excluding others. For interfaces, glob matches would be very helpful. For src/dst address match, please allow for prefix matching as well as host matching. Thanks, Mark
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    It would be nice if in Alert Tuning we could search like we can in other areas. Also in Alert Tuning it would be nice if we could see the real DataSource name as well instead of guessing which of the 4 CPU's I see are the right one.
  6. 1 point
    Hi ! Do you plan to implement full Netflow v9 support with templates anytime? We need this to present application usage information for our customers with Palto Alto firewall. Specifically we are looking for support for the Palo Alto app-id that is supported in IPV4-ENTERPRISE template. https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/documentation/70/pan-os/pan-os/monitoring/netflow-monitoring.html
  7. 1 point
    I can't speak for Connectwise in particular (not familiar with it) but LogicMonitor recently added a Log tab to the Integration section that is very useful for troubleshooting. You may want to check that log for Active Status of "clear" and see the API calls being made by LM and the results. Generally REST calls would get a 200 status if successful and 4xx/5xx if there is a problem. With either status you can look at the response back from Connectwise which might give you a clue on the issue. Also I'm pretty sure there are various situations where LM will not send clear notifications to integrations, like a resource in SDT or when it's deleted.
  8. 1 point
    @Sarah Terry Please address urgently. These new verbose error dialogs expose the WMI password. Ideally I'd like a Settings options to disable such verbose error messages, or restrict them by role. (Also can these dialogs be more responsive, no a 1920x1080 screen these appear as narrow panels in the middle.)
  9. 1 point
    We have script DataSources that output useful diagnostics information that help Operations to understand the number value when an alert is generated. We want to include the raw output from a DataSource in the alert and email body. What we need is a ##DSRAWOUTPUT## token which contains the complete raw output sent to standard out from a DataSource script. For example, we monitor for processes running under credentials they are no supposed to be running under, and we want to include that info as textual information in the alert/email body.
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    Hello would be good to have some Hyper-V monitoring (as detailed as VMware). Interesting things to monitor off the top of my head: Replication Health Snapshots CPU wait per dispatch (Same is ESX CPU ready)
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    P.S. If I have not gone crazy in my line of thinking, please update the REST API Documentation to include descriptions/methods/models etc for /setting/alert/internalalerts resources. 😀👋
  12. 1 point
    Hi Mike, There are a number of alarms only visible/shown by the vCenter above & beyond the Alarms seen at the ESX host level. The ability to alert on these is greatly needed, however filtering of these alarms at one level or another to cut the noise is also vital, especially when dealing with multiple vCenter's. vSAN monitoring yes please, we are seeing more and more of this. Also VCSA - (vCenter appliance), with VMware 6/6.5 onwards we will only get these Linux based virtual appliances, we already have a significant number deployed, whilst the vCenter datasources are good for the 'vCenter' application there is a big hole in the monitoring capability for the underlying disk space & VM services - we can configure SNMP on these appliances and then use the Linux ds to see the disk space there is nothing for the services out of the box - we have also seen some potential performance/stress related issues with running SNMP on some of these appliances, so preferably any new DS should be using the New VCSA 6.5 API to look at and pull the various stats/status information. Thanks Nick