Vitor Santos

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  1. Thank you for the feedback Stuart. Just dropped a message to him. Regards,
  2. Hello guys, We have created a few alarm 'views' for our different monitoring teams. Is there any way to share the alarm console filters (across users, roles, etc...)? If not, is that possibility coming in a near future? Appreciate your time. Regards,
  3. Hello, It doesn't make sense to have multiple alarms each time a polling fails, if the polling is failing always at the same datapoint it'll alarm. If an alarm is already in the console for that specific failure, why do you need to have duplicated alarms for the same exact problem?
  4. Hey Stuart, I've deployed & it works just fine! Thanks a lot for the sharing.
  5. I've raised this concern as well y'day ( https://communities.logicmonitor.com/topic/5892-monitoring-linux-processes-their-status-resource-usage-etc-via-ssh/#comment-13628 ). Stuart shared a DS created by him that basically monitors the processes. I've deployed it to our environment & it's working fine (applied some tweaks according to our needs but, overall it's working) Hope it helps you guys.
  6. Hmm... yeah probably we'll just wait for something official. However, thanks again for the sharing. I'll poke on it once I've some free time Regards,
  7. Thanks for the sharing Stuart. I'll deploy that in our environment & further advise 😀
  8. Thanks for the reply Stuart. I tried that one as well with no luck. Instead, we can retrieve it using '1.3.6.1.2.1.4.20.1' OID (doing a walk). - http://oid-info.com/get/1.3.6.1.2.1.4.20.1 - quick explanation over the different OIDs The problem I faced is that it doesn't use the actual interface index (as used on the other OIDs - within the interfaces datasource)
  9. Hello, Is there anything already developed that allows the monitoring of Linux Processes via SSH. I know it's possible via SNMP (however, if possible we would like to avoid configuring SNMP individually per server). Yesterday I was searching in the Exchange module &* found the 'Linux_SSH_ServiceStatus' but it doesn't work & doesn't seem to capture processes resource usage. Does anyone had this need in the past? I'm not that into Linux therefore, I'm not sure how to/if it's possible to have a datasource for this. Thank you! Regards,
  10. Hello, We were wondering if it would be possible to map the actual IP against the discovered interface(s)? - I'm referring specifically to the 'snmp64_If-' & 'snmpIf-' datasources Our goal is to be able to add deviceA (that contains 5 interfaces for example) & quickly determine which IP is assigned to each interface (I know we can always check the configuration but, it's not that productive). I also noticed that the device itself contains the 'system.ips' property but, we don't know which IP belongs to each interface. Appreciate the feedback. Regards,
  11. Thanks a lot for the reply Mike! As an MSP that's indeed a major concern (exactly because of what you stated). I'll definitely bring this to our rep in our next meeting (hope they review this in a near future).
  12. Hello to everyone, For the past couple of weeks we've been noticing that from time to time 'customProperties' get created within our 'root' group at LM. We've asked our team if anyone created those, everyone stated that they weren't manually created. Tried to check it within Audit logs, but I can't find any event that relates to that action. I'm not sure what is causing this (couldn't be LM fault)... Examples of properties that get created: - snmp.community - esx.user/pass We've a bunch of folks working on this at the same time & we're not discarding the possibility
  13. I believe I found the solution. I'm pretty sure something changed at the API level b/c the stated query was working before. However, instead of using the 'dataSourceId' property I tried with the 'id' instead [seems a local ID at the device instead of the 'General' one]. It worked properly! Thanks anyway! Regards,
  14. [EDITING MY QUESTION] Hello to everyone, I've raised a case with LM support already but I want to share this with the community (to make sure if you guys experience this as well or no). We've created a simple Python script (about 4/5 months ago) that checks on a specific device (using its ID) & look for the presence of a certain DataSource (in this specific scenario 'snmp64_If-'). The objective is to identify the datasource presence & further enable alarming on a couple of instances (that we identify) - This has been working properly for us in the past 4 months However,
  15. Hello guys, I've raised a case with LM support already but I want to share this with the community (to make sure you guys experience this as well or no). We've created a simple Python script (about 4/5 months ago) that checks on a specific device (using its ID) & look for the presence of a certain DataSource (in this specific scenario 'snmp64_If-').
  16. Yes @Michael Rodrigues that's exactly what I tried to request. Just a similar way of deciding what gets applied or no to a device/device group. I believe it would be very useful.
  17. It would be nice to have a easier way to disable/manage Property Sources (just like we have for DataSources - at a group level, device level, etc...). I know we can disable those in the 'AppliesTo' field (at the PropertySource level) and/or we can create a custom property (& then having devices automatically assigned to a dynamic group by using that property, etc...). However, we shouldn't require to create extra properties and/or modify the 'AppliesTo' with extra stuff. It would be way easier having the possibility to do this like we do for the DataSources (even in terms of manag
  18. This is very useful! Thanks for the efforts on this!
  19. Totally agree with you guys! This would be extremely useful. It'll improve a lot the productivity in case we need to grab a quick inventory list for a certain location or an entire client (which is requested a lot of times by our clients).
  20. I've just applied that to our environment & will further let you know how it goes. We've some new Palo Alto(s) to add into monitoring so I'll just use those to test this out. Thank you for that property suggestion, it makes sense. We're currently using a global property for an API account that we created (that gets inherited by all devices) - That's why I've the need to pass the 'hasCategory("PaloAlto")' in the property source (to make sure it gets routed only to Palo Alto stuff). I guess it ends up being easier than creating multiple API properties for the different technologies.
  21. Oh I see. Well, I guess despite that, diving by the number of cores will reflect the process usage on the whole CPU anyways, right? Even if it's not split evenly, that calculation will reflect the actual process use over the CPU (in a whole). Maybe I'm confusing.
  22. Thanks a lot for sharing! I've applied that to my datasource as well. By checking the values against a process that's currently consuming 30-36% of the CPU, it's returning values like '143.5667' for that ProcessCPUPercent. I guess we need to divide that number by the number of CPU Cores for the server in question. In my case the box I'm testing that has 4 CPU Cores, which results in a value of 35.89%. It seems to reflect the actual usage of the process (shown in Task Manager) 🙂
  23. Yeah I've also been googling about this & found a bunch of threads, however, I got kinda confuse. Did some tests & the results were definitely not accurate. Hoping @Stuart Weenig to make it work! It would definitely be useful!