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  1. Is there any way to use the AWS Unified CloudWatch Agent and Cloudwatch Logs load EC2 metrics into LogicMonitor similar to what is pulled from the LogicMonitor collector? A little background. We currently use two LogicMonitor collectors to gather Windows metrics from AWS EC2 instances and physical and virtual servers in our on-prem datacenter. This has worked well for the 100 Windows servers and network devices we are monitoring. We are moving all of our on-prem Windows applications to AWS, which requires we change the way we use AWS. Take a look at AWS Control Tower for more
  2. I hope someone here can help, Using powershell and the rest API I would like to do a lookup of selected collectors find which has the least amount of devices on it then add the a new device . I have the script for adding the device and that works great just need the collector lookup, has anyone done something similar. Thank you in advanced for all help provided Paul
  3. It looks like if a collector goes down, the internal website check won't trigger the alert for website-overall, if we configure alert trigger to "at All test locations" and have more than one collector assigned to monitor the app. Strangely, I can see in the raw data and graphs that the website-Overall does switch value to 2 (i.e. not OK). We are an AWS shop and deploy collectors in each client's VPC AND from a collector that has routing to the client VPC (e.g. from the client's on-prem network). We were conducting DR testing where the AWS based collector was "killed" along with th
  4. In case some of you are not aware, Microsoft released Linux-compatible version of PowerShell. I would love to see the Linux Collector come bundled with PowerShell so it can be supported natively. Just for giggles, I installed PowerShell on a random RHEL 7 collector and tried to use the !posh debug command, but sadly it didn't work .
  5. Looking for the ability to turn on or off Collector queueing of data points. Right now, an internet outage or LM update causes a loss of data metrics after 5 minutes. I would like to make the 5 minute number configurable by time or GB of data queue.
  6. Often times our Tech Support team encountered customer's Collector questions such as how to navigate, configure and where to find hints if the Collector is not behaving as it should, hence I am here to share some basic usage and tips and tricks for troubleshooting Collectors. We will be covering 4 topics in this aticle: 1) Collector Settings 2) Collector Event Logs 3) Running Debug commands (simple commands which can help with basic troubleshooting) 4) Making changes on Collector Configuration 1)Collector Settings (a) How to check the
  7. In order to simplify things (for users and for our developers), we are debating whether we can drop support of 32 bit collectors, so all new collectors will be 64 bit. Very few people ever download the 32 bit collectors, and the ones we have reached out to have said they could run 64 bit. Anyone got a compelling case for still running a 32 bit collector?