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  1. Hi Mike. Thanks for the info. I'm not sure if that specific collector Datapoint is displaying that graph correctly b/c I know we had like 100's of failed tasks for the XenApp_* datasources that spawned my support issues in the 1st place. This was based on BatchScripts. The graph is showing only .0046t/s : "# of tasks /second that are being scheduled that are still waiting for a thread from a previously scheduled task." Unavailable Thread Scheduling: I looked into this b/c was getting huge gaps in this DS's DataPoints. Once we bumped up the batchscript thread count it s
  2. Hey Stu!!! I already have a case open asking but figured I'd post in here if anyone else knew. Searching didn't' find anything either so asked. Once I get a response I'll update.
  3. Hello, I'm looking at tweaking my collectors b/c I see these collection services are maxed out. esx-service snmp-selector webpage-async-workers What settings in the collector config can I bump up to improve these collection services? I searched for these specific sections but some don't find any specific to these exactly.
  4. So how do I search for these in the repository? Is there a "FireEye" DS available?
  5. So when generating an "Alert Report" is there a column that includes the actual alert message details? I tried all the columns and all combinations of "message" or "detail" but nothing gives me the actual details of the alert. Why is this not available? We need to give an alert report to our clients/systems teams and if its missing this details its useless. Is there a hidden column, attribute property that I can added to the report template that would grab this info? Example: Alert Message: LMD244902791 error - EXCH102 Cluster Manager Monitoring-Cluster monitoring in absence mon
  6. Nice, thanks Ryan for the update. Looking forward to this finally.
  7. Found it.. 🤨 Who ever designed this section should really follow the same naming convention as the rest of the tool. It was listed in the REPORTS section as "End". The rest of the tool uses when and alert clears its called: "Cleared On" or "Cleared On" in the Alerts pages under Resources and the Alerts Section. Sure why not make it non-consistent for your end users.
  8. Hello just wondering if I'm missing something or when generating an "Alert" report is there no way to display the "Cleared" data column? I tried searching for it in the "Add Custom Column(s)" dialog but nothing turned up related to the time when the alert cleared. I tired 'cleared', 'closed', 'resolved'. What am I not thinking of? This is an absolute must needed column in an alerts report.
  9. Hello bumping, Any LM PM's here who can respond? This shouldn't be hard and would really make this portion of the tool easier to work with.
  10. Hello LM Product Owner folks, hopefully you read and see this. Can you please add the feature/option in the DASHBOARDS section to include the EYE/FOCUS option. Not sure why its not there in 1st place but it would make working in dashboards much easier and helpful. We need this b/c we have close to 100+ folders for each different client and they all need their own Dashboard folder. When I'm working on something custom for one client it would be great if I could just FOCUS on that one client's folder instead of having the 100+ other folders listed. Please consider adding this. Resourc
  11. Thanks @Stuart Weenig Maybe its finally time to revisit this as overall the scheduling parts of LM really need a huge improvements. The key sections like Reports & SDT need to be updated b/c they are very limited in what they should be able to do. There are many requests in the community asking for this improvement for a while now.
  12. Hello, so after our move off of our old monitoring tool to LogicMonitor we noticed that we are not getting any SQL fragmentation alerts. I'm trying to find if there are any DataSource instances that pertain to 'fragmentation' but I don't see anything. Is there anything OOTB that can monitor and alert on SQL table fragmentation? The old tool was able to alert on the % # returned so if > X then alert. Can LM do this? @Casey Stephenson
  13. ^+100 bumping. Agree again with this. The scheduler is VERY limited in what it can actually schedule. Other much older tools have a plethora of options that are so much better than LM's scheduler options. Same situation as Vitor's above where client asked for reports every x # of hours but currently that requires a single report to be defined for each of the time(s) the hourly deliver requested needs. Product Development or Product Owners can you comment here. This seems like a very lacking portion of the LM reports scheduler functionality.
  14. ^+100 Bumping.. We 100x agree. Why isn't there a recently deleted "Dashboards" recycle bin temp holding container? The dashboards are only a few kb maybe. It would make my life much easier and better if this option/feature was in the product. Any feedback from Product Owners/Managers here?