jamiemurphyit

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  1. Thanks for that. Its a bit fustrating to have to work backwords though and also have to round off the decimal points you end up with. is there any plans to make this a native option. Eg derive with no rate math?
  2. I would like to request an option when saving a datapoint of not having rate/sec math on counters / derive type datapoints. I have multiple custom datasources where I am trying to store the difference between two polls but the rate/sec math messes with this.
  3. Id love to see some documentation on the "com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.http" library. For example how can we make it ignore https certificates.
  4. Can you give some examples of what ActualSpeed should be set to? Is it bits? bytes?
  5. We have had the issue where we are performing maintenance and temporary setups have been autodiscovered that should not have been which start alerting once SDT on the device has finished. EG temporary online network ports getting monitored and some https interfaces that are normally disabled getting monitored because they were enabled during maintenance and auto discovery found them
  6. I would like to be able to set our account to UTC. Right now we use UTC+-0 Dublin. This causes some users to think this is the dublin timezone (for 6 months of the year with DST that is correct. for the other six months it causes confusion). When set to the current UTC 0 Dublin setting alerts then show GMT in their date time string :-/ Can we please get an option for UTC with no mention of countrys / Citys or GMT?
  7. Will this work where SSO is enforced? If not, is there a way to make this work?
  8. @David Bond (LM) I wrote something like this a year ago with a slightly bigger ambition. It pulls the list of CDP neighbours but then on the 10 minute poll it runs a groovy script to check if the CDP neighbour exists in LM and sets off a warning if not. This made it much easier to find unmonitored devices
  9. Actually have this issue myself. Working around it by using radtest on a linux collector and dropping to cli with expect commands to execute the radtest commands. On the note of ISE have you found any good snmp OID's to poll for ISE specific health?
  10. @sawyer.lef what is this for? cisco, juniper etc?
  11. @mnagel I havnt tried it but LM documented their SNMP library a bit more. this example shows how you can break down the command which should allow you to override and use the index feature https://github.com/logicmonitor/monitoring-recipes/blob/master/Groovy/SNMP/Groovy_SNMP.groovy https://github.com/logicmonitor/monitoring-recipes/blob/master/Groovy/SNMP/Groovy_SNMP_V3.groovy
  12. Ive actually been working on this problem myself but with a bit of a hack. adding a special string to all "circuit" interface descriptions which also contains a parsable "speed". A new datasource then looks for interfaces across all snmp devices for interfaces with that "string" in the description. Once found that parsed speed is used as the reference speed instead of the interface speed on the new datasource.
  13. @mnagel Can you explain the issue a bit more? maybe give some specific OID's as an example. Ive done a lot of custom groovy (snmp) based scripts that reference across multiple mibs and oid's without issue across both v2c and v3 snmp
  14. Please Please give an update and roadmap around this. I really dont care if its automatic or manual work. I NEED to be able to set parent and child relationships on devices ASAP
  15. I would like to be able to use groovy code in Integrations to create customised payloads based on alert data. This would make my life easier as I could have one integration rather than many customised intergenerations
  16. We would like to be able to define a datapoint's alert message from groovy code. This would allow us to do things like pull string based OID's from SNMP devices and use them in the alert, run sql queries against hosts and create an alert message that helps our NOC begin troubleshooting with detailed information.
  17. PLEASE PLEASE bring this as a feature. This has caused alerts to not be routed because of an accidental change. Considering the way alert routing works by folder structure it is stupid that folders can be dragged and dropped WITHOUT confirmation.
  18. Really hoping this includes the ability to link datasources together. We for example have cloned datasources for difference office types. so 3 of the snmp interfaces template for example would be able to be linked back to your master snmp interfaces template! letting us see and audit differences
  19. That's amazing to hear Sarah. Do you plan on working with customers when developing these sdks? This gist I posted is an extract from our larger internal chef library (I hope to publish that some day when I can make it fully generic) would love to get involved in helping ye create a rubygem to cover all usecaes.
  20. So this is less of an ask the community and more of a show the community. Ive written some Ruby code that makes it much much easier to use the LogicMonitor API. It does all the signing for you so you can just focus on your API calls and worry less about the secure signing. https://gist.github.com/ITJamie/4937de9139c682c02c34ff2d17051d58 It uses the following rest-client library https://github.com/rest-client/rest-client and injects the authentication method into the rest-client library. Ive included some examples of usage in my gist. Let me know if your having difficulty and i will test and patch as needed For an example of how easy this makes using the Rest API temp_url = @URL + '/service/services' response = RestClient.get(temp_url) # Printing API server response puts "\nServer response: #{response}"
  21. Modifed versions of the Nimble SSD and HDD checks. adds support for nimble units with multiple shelves. The original LM checks were missing drives Nimble SSD Disks Shelfs: P9LTTZ Nimble HDD Disks Shelfs: DP3DYG
  22. +1 This should be something that service checks also does on https webpages
  23. Agree with Clement. Nmap can help but also checking for CDP neighbours on devices or just set from gui. A device can also have multiple parents. aka a core switch connected to two firewalls. if one goes down monitoring should not but both down = all hosts below affected. At a minimum make this feature as a manually configurable feature ASAP with a longer term goal of automating it!