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  1. So I decided to do a little housecleaning and pulled up the LogicMonitor support article that lists LogicModule changes (including New, Updated, and Deprecated LogicModules) which are announced for each LogicMonitor release. There is also a table that tracks the LogicModules that have been deprecated over the last five releases. OK, great. Went top to bottom and removed deprecated modules, where applicable. But here's the question. I know we have a ton more of deprecated DSs since we have gone through multiple releases. How do I locate them? I tried to pull down list of DataSources from our account using REST API v2. This works great unfortunately the parameter related to DS status, ie module status is not listed. Any advice?
  2. Yeah, all of your replies to this post are excellent and valid, thank you so much. Yes, I can accomplish what I want by adding "Custom Graph" widget to my dashboard, instead of "Table" widget. That allows me to define custom tokens with names of my Linux servers depending on the method of data collection and then select different DSs and different Datapoints in my Custom Graph definition. Then the Top 10 servers display works, as intended. Heck I can even throw in a Windows server in there, it still works. Yes, it's a PITA since now I am looking at creating the dashboard from the scratch instead of using the one for Linux ssh devices. Plus, I cannot use the fancy "Show color bars" and "Enable Alert Forecasting" features of Table widget. Oh well. Yes, Stuart, the feature request for "metric families" would be an ideal and welcome feature for these type of dashboards.... Alas, I don't think it's a trivial feature to add, therefore we will not see it anytime soon, and I need to get this done today. But thank you!
  3. So I have a number of Linux devices, all configured and collecting data under Resources, all working fine. The twist is - some of them use SNMP v2c collection method and some use ssh credentials. As far as collection of data goes, this is not a problem, we can collect data using either method and life is good. However, I am trying to put all Linux devices into one dashboard and I am running into a slight issue. So if I have a table where I want to display Top 10 devices with most utilized memory or swap or CPU, or filesystems how can I combine 2 different DataSources into this one table? The DataSource names differ based on collection method....Once I pick the DS the table widget won't let me add another DS so I can pick additional Datapoints... Any suggestions?
  4. Windows Server 2016, VM, but defined as standalone server in LogicMonitor. One of the applications running on this server is Cisco Contact Server. So OK, because it is a Windows machine I give it standard WMI credentials used for our Windows servers discovery. Because the Cisco app uses SNMP v2c access I give it snmp.commnunity and snmp.version properties. Discovery runs fine and everything is working OK but here's the issue. A slight one but it is an issue nonetheless.... I end with multiple DataSources doing double monitoring for the same OS component. I have 2 'CPU Cores' DS monitoring CPU. One is using WMI and the other SNMP. I have 'Interfaces-' DS listed twice. I have 'Services-' and 'Windows Servivces'. List continues.... I thought LM had a logic in place so only one of the protocols would be used (WMI vs SNMP). What's the best practice to deal with this issue?
  5. This seems to be a simple task but for some reason I am not able to find a quick solution - in multi-instance DataSource I have an overview graph. How do I include a number of instances in it?