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  1. Time after (Up)time It’s one of the days that an unsung hero gets his chance to make a mark on the world.And who might this be? The floor function [x], also called the greatest integer function or integer value (Spanier and Oldham, 1987), gives the largest integer less than or equal to x. The floor function is not-normally implemented in the LM perspective – often brushed off, but it got its day when we had a user on chat who was looking on creating a dashboard which has server uptime in days instead of seconds. And so I tried devising a Big Number Widget that wou
  2. Logicmonitor can be used in ways that at first glance look too complicated to do without some magical programming powers. A chat that we had recently is summed up below. At first glance this may look like something Logicmonitor cannot support natively except via a complex script based datasource. But this can be done with just a complex datapoint. Complex datapoints use mathematical formulas to generate the metric required from other regular datapoints in a datasource. if(un(counterA),0,counterA) This expression will return zero if value of counterA is NaN (not a nu