Stuart Weenig

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  1. Ah, your datapoint is setup as a counter metric type. This means that logicmonitor is trying to take the delta between each poll and the previous poll. Think of it this way, if you were trying to gauge the speed of your car and all you had was the odometer, you'd take a reading, wait 5 or 10 minutes, then take another reading. You'd take the difference between the two readings and divide by the time to get miles per hour. This is what counter metric type does. It takes the difference between two polls and divides by the time between them to get the average rate during the poll cycle. Trying changing to gauge and see what you get. Also, your post interpreter is using regex, but you didn't supply a regex expression. I assume the SNMP poll just returns the number 20221231, so you shouldn't need any interpretation, just use the value directly. Looks like you're using an extension on NetSNMP to get the cblicexp output, yeah? You might consider the easier SSH mechanism. However, if it's working, let sleeping dogs lie, right?
  2. Show us a screenshot of your datapoint defintion.
  3. I've seen it be almost instantly in every case where i've been working with it.
  4. The IP address can be the same as an existing device, but the display name must be different.
  5. Cool. The CSM will help direct questions to product management who can give insight into how Citrix monitoring is being planned/changed.
  6. Complete speculation here, but Citrix may be one of the new SaaS monitored apps. SaaS monitored apps can be monitored via the cloud collector instead of running from an on-prem collector in your environment. Go to the exchange and look for the "Cloud Integrations" tab. If you don't have it, reach out to your CSM.
  7. Yes, you can create custom Datasources from these pretty easily. You simply need to identify what data from the MIB you want to poll. The answer to this question usually comes in the form of, "I want to poll all the data that's in the mib table at" I've been meaning to write a blog going through this process, so if you don't mind working through it here in this public forum, we can work through it. The first thing to do is to look at the MIBs themselves. Can you link to the MIBs here along with any ideas you've got so far about what data in the MIB you want to poll? Usually a MIB browser like this one can help you understand what data is in the mib and what form it takes. That's where I'd start.
  8. Automatic failover in case of a system outage. If a collector doesn't report in to the LM platform for 3 minutes, its tasks can be reassigned to a different collector. This can be done through Auto-Balanced Collector Groups or dedicated failover Collectors. Also, for ABCGs if one Collector surpasses a defined threshold of instance count, i.e. too much load, the system will automatically reassign devices to a different Collector to balance the load. It's not actual load balancing, but more like automatic overload rectification.
  9. This is an option in the new cloud exchange. If you don't see "Cloud Integrations" when you go to the exchange, reach out to your CSM.
  10. Dashboards download link mentioned in the video: Information about joining our APM beta:
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  12. Yeah, forget this problem and focus on why you are not alerting on CoS queue drops through LM...
  13. Currently, no. Each table widget can only focus on one DataSource at a time. Metrics report also won't do that. It'll make a new row for each instance. You can sort by device and sort by instance. The report option would get you all the data though, which could easily be crosstabbed in Excel/Google sheets.
  14. I think you should be able to accomplish this with a dashboard or a report. Both can be scheduled for delivery on a regular basis with a specified timeframe.