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  1. Please hide the hyphen "-" if no labels are specified. I would like to have just the number, nothing else.
  2. I was looking to create a dashboard gauge widget for memory used in a cluster. But to do this I need to have multiple datapoints and virtual datapoints (so that I can create a used memory expression using ActiveReal, TotalReal, and Cached) and also so that I could use the sum on TotalReal for the max of the gauge (so that it can automatically grow as my cluster does). I would expect this to work more similar to how the pie chart widget does now (allowing multiple datasources) but maybe only allowing 1 graph item.
  3. Please add a feature to the Manage Dashboard options to apply the same theme to all widgets on a dashboard page. At the moment, each and every widget has to be updated one at a time, which can take several minutes. There should be an option to apply the same theme to all widgets in one go.
  4. I think it would be useful to have a widget that was a simple red/green light. Maybe red/green/off. Maybe one big light or a grid of lights with description (to save space), or both! This would be great for Windows (or other) services on dashboards. Any metric that is represented by a graph that is either a 1 or a 0 is pretty boring to look at. A simple green light = 1, red light = 0, lights out = NULL would be aesthetically pleasing. I'm a SQL DBA and having this for my SQL services would be a great way to jump on and see if anything is not running that should be (even if I don't necessarily want to be alerted that it is not running). Thanks!
  5. Dashboards are a fantastic feature, but the way the widgets and data source graphs snap is a huge inconvenience. Everything shifts up/down, nothing shifts left/right. If I make a grid of widgets that runs left-to-right (say each row is a server), it makes adding a new server to the bottom very simple. It (however) makes adding a new metric column a HUGE pain in the butt. If I want to add a new column to the left (for each server - like a new metric), I have to move EVERY.SINGLE.GRAPH in the whole dashboard to make it all line up... I think a FAR better approach would be to have the dashboard grid simulate the face of a smartphone. If I move a widget above another, it should shift down (like it does). If I move it to the left, it should shift right, not down! This would make designing an organized dashboard SO much easier (I've literally spent hours just adding a single metric across all our dashboards because of this stunting behavior). P.S. - also consider giving the ability to bucketize groups of graphs. Giving me a colored backdrop to put behind all my CPU metrics or all of my metrics regarding ServerX would be a nice visual aesthetic.
  6. We receive requests from customers every now and then asking whether we could display the number of devices/instances dynamically on a widget, either through a Big Number Widget or Custom Graph Widget. An ancestral practice involves creating a complex datapoint with a value of 1, and then aggregate the sum of this datapoint on the widget to retrieve the total number of devices/instances. This could be tedious as it involves changes made on the DataSource level. There’s good news, though - We have modernized and simplified this method after making a breakthrough on a recent ticket utilizing the following neat and simple method, and we’d like to share this idea with our users: On a high-level, the quintessence of this stratagem is as follows: 1) Identify a non-zero datapoint where you'd like to see it's devices/instance count 2) Configure an Aggregate SUM of this datapoint e.g. AggregateSUM 3) Configure an Aggregate AVERAGE of this datapoint e.g. AggregateAVG 4) Create a Virtual Datapoint with the following expression: AggregateSUM/AggregateAVG Note: Datapoint with NaN will not be counted as a device or instance in the process of aggregation. Example of device count configuration:- Example of instance count configuration:-
  7. When looking at a graph widget's legend, you get the option to "Show Boundries". When this item is checked "min=xx | max=xx | avg=xx" is displayed next to the bottom label. I would like to add a total=xxx item to the boundry so "min=xx | max=xx | avg=xx" becomes "min=xx | max=xx | avg=xx | total=xxx" Our business model is transactional, so we track transactions per second, transactions per minute, and transactions per billing cycle. PRTG allows us to track all of that. LogicMonitor cannot provide us with an answer for transactions per billing cycle. I have attempted to get this info from reports as well, but there does not seem to be a way to do this. The Aggregate-sum feature will not work because it changes the graph scale (ex: 250 txn/second = 15000 txn/minute.) PRTG has this feature built in, and Our Management team uses this for a few things, namely cross checking our internal txn logging systems, and more importantly, reporting transactional statistics to our Partners. I can't decommission PRTG until there is some solution for this, either a report, or preferably in the graph widget (because the Reports from Graphs feature is awesome). We will continue to provide PRTG graphs to our (VERY high profile) Partners. I look forward to the day our Partners see the graph signature change from PRTG to LogicMonitor Thank you for your consideration.
  8. Please enhance the NOC widget's sort option so that status blocks can be sorted by the value of custom property on a device group or device.
  9. It would be good to be able to combine device and service alert status on the same Google Map Widget. Use case: Offices are distributed around Europe, and a large number of retail stores (100+) are also being monitored using ICMP Services. By having both on the same map, it is possible to visualise the entire European operations.
  10. Hi, I was wondering if a feature could be created that would allow me to monitor Response Time/Latency of multiple ping services that I have set up. At this moment in time, I can monitor one customer per widget; I would like to monitor more customers on the same widget showing the same datapoints. For example, in the uploaded image, this is showing the response time of an IP address from all of the checkpoints (Washington, Dublin etc). I would like to monitor the response time of all the customers I have, rather than checking multiple widgets. At the moment, there is a widget called "Service Status" which lets you monitor the overall status of services. I would like the same thing to be done but only for the ping service; so that on one widget I can see the latency of each customers IP address from Dublin. (excluding the others - added ability of choosing which checkpoint to use) Hope this makes sense; if not, I am an email away.