WillFulmer

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  1. @mnagel - Was this still being experienced with updated collectors? I have deployed this datasource to a few of our systems and will report back on our findings.
  2. Any update on this datasource?
  3. Thanks @Forrest Evans - LM. #2 - Roger - I could use the snapshot_age_hours and set an alert on an individual cluster or client, based on ideal retention. #1 - Is there any logic available now that would provide a warning if there is NO snapshot age that is less than 24 hours (1440 minutes) ?
  4. Looking for something unique here. I am familiar with the NetApp_Cluster_Snapshots datasource (MHNTRC). I would like to setup an alert if 1. No detected snapshot taken in the last XX hours (Ensure Snapshot/SnapManager is working properly) 2. Snapshot exists greater than XX hours (Retention) Thoughts, guidance?
  5. @Mark Vollmann@PatrickATL Any update on this? I had previously received information on using this, but it is not working https://xxx.logicmonitor.com/santaba/uiv3/dashboard/index.jsp?c=xxx&u=uuu&p=ppp!#dashboard=2 xxx - account uuu - user ppp - password Any thoughts?
  6. @Shack - did you ever find anything out for this one?
  7. I have a custom data source to monitor services on an ESXi host - hostd and vpxa. I am going to try and manipulate that to get services from a VCSA, similar to this: https://www.vladan.fr/vmware-vcsa-check-running-services/
  8. Any idea when this will be out of 'security review' ?
  9. @Paul Hughes, @Arkadi Shlimovich - I am facing a similar issue. Using the data source 'WinSystemUptime' - if the collector is using a domain account, this source works fine. However, like Arkadi mentioned, if the collector is running as Local System, even having WMI permissions defined on the device, this data source will not work. All other data sources which use WMI do work, including those that are explicitly looking for wmi.user and wmi.pass Is there a way to get this working?
  10. Does anyone have a good datasource they are using for monitoring key services on a VMware vSphere ESXi host - e.g. hostd, vpxa, vpxd, mgmt-vmware, etc? Thanks Will
  11. Thanks Kerry. This needs to be adjusted Currently wizard is "hasCategory("NetscalersActive")&&(auto.netscaler.feature.aaa == "Licensed, enabled")" but it should be auto.netscalerfeature.aaa (no '.' between netscaler and feature)
  12. You rock! Will provide feedback soon.
  13. Awesome! Thank you Kerry. Any idea how long the approval process takes?