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  1. We've come across an issue where it would be really helpful to disable active discovery at the device level and/or the parent folder level. The issue popped up when we added lots of APC UPS devices to LogicMonitor. For some odd reason, the UPS's trigger "Unauthorized Access" alerts when snmp gets/walks are run against them for OID's that don't exist or are not applicable to them. So now, they are spamming the network team everytime an snmp datasource triggers active discovery even when that datasource will never apply to the device. In the case of these UPS's, a one time or ad hoc discovery is totally sufficient.
  2. I've made a custom script datasource that mainly leverages Active Discovery (if any instances are found in the resultset, it alerts) and so I don't need the data collection interval at all--I just use a Datapump collector and alert on true, when instances are detected. My datasource would benefit from additional "Discovery schedule" options that are < 15 minutes. Run AD every 3 minutes, for instance, would be ideal. Currently, the only dropdown selections are: (1) once per day, (2) once per hour, (3) once per 15 minutes, or (4) when the datasource changes. I am using once per every 15 minutes, which is the highest resolution option that is currently available for instance discovery. This work, but because my alerting simply depends on the presence of a resultset in the discovery routine of the datasource, then--at best--I am only "polling" for data/alerts every 15 minutes. Thank you for considering this request. - Joseph