Andrey Kitsen

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  1. Just a thought, but have you tried adding the DB name into the JDBC connection string ? We've got some Groovy based examples here: https://github.com/logicmonitor/monitoring-recipes/tree/master/DataSources/Groovy/JDBC jdbc:oracle:thin:@//<hostname>:<port>/<database_name>
  2. @Dave Hamer you should be good to go. Security review has been complete.
  3. Looks like I gotta start monitoring my Pi-Hole as well. I've been using mine for a while and its fantastic but getting some long term metrics would be cool too. Great job 👍
  4. @ErnieC You can use the locator ID mentioned to import them into your LogicMonitor portal. Security review is lifted .
  5. @Herin @CraigTheSysAdmin sorry for the long wait. You should now be able to import all of those modules. Cheers!
  6. @smiralles88 there is a locator ID in the original post. You can import the module with the following locator ID : ACTXKD
  7. @Jono we just had to do a quick security review. You should now be able to import both of these.
  8. @kholbrook this looks pretty great. If you've already got this working inside a DataSource, go ahead a publish it and share the locator ID here for others to easily grab and use. Also, are you by chance running our newest suite of SQL Server monitoring ? We've got some coverage of AlwaysOn Availability Groups, Availability Replicas, Replicas and Replica Clusters.
  9. Looks like this slipped past my radar. @Cash should be able to import it now.
  10. @sawyer.lef funny enough, we're close to releasing our core version of this. I'l let you know when it becomes available.
  11. For everyone watching this post, all of the newly refactored NetApp 7-Mode & Cluster-Mode modules are available in core. Ensure you also grab the corresponding propertySource! @Jeff11
  12. @Gregb you should be able to import it now.