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  1. Hello, We recently cloned 2 Logic Monitor out of the box datasources (name -> WinService- & WinProcessStats-) in order to enable the 'Active Discovery' feature on those. We did this because we've the need to discover services/processes automatically, since we don't have an 'exact list' of which services/processes we should monitor (due to the amount of clients [+100] & the different services/solutions across them) After enabling this it works fine & does what we expect (discovers all the services/processes running in each box), we further added some filters in the acti
  2. Hello, We were wondering if it would be possible to map the actual IP against the discovered interface(s)? - I'm referring specifically to the 'snmp64_If-' & 'snmpIf-' datasources Our goal is to be able to add deviceA (that contains 5 interfaces for example) & quickly determine which IP is assigned to each interface (I know we can always check the configuration but, it's not that productive). I also noticed that the device itself contains the 'system.ips' property but, we don't know which IP belongs to each interface. Appreciate the feedback. Regards,
  3. Hi everybody! I've been using Mike Sudings monitoring solution for a while and i've expanded it a bit to monitor more solutions in Office365. The Monitors included Custom Domains (quantity) WHEKJJ Deleted Users (quantity) ZHADY9 Global Admins (quantity) 7GGZWZ Licenses Assignable ((quantity) based on type) R46EGX Licenses Assigned (quantity) based on type GHRNLL Licensed / Unlicesned Users (quantity) 4PJZJ4 MFA Users (quantity of enabled/disabled users) WZFAWK Users and devices in Office365 Tenant (quantity) Devices if clients are joine
  4. Has anyone been able to create IBM for Power 7&8 systems? if you have I was wondering if you could share those. I have these 2 systems in the office and so far we haven't been able to pull any data. Thanks Stan
  5. I have a version of the "Oracle_DB_BlockedSessions" datasource template deployed and set an alert threshold on a complex datapoint that accounts for WAIT_TIME and SECONDS_IN_WAIT. Here is the complex datapoint expression for those curious--- if( eq(if(un(WAIT_TIME),0,WAIT_TIME), 0), if(un(SECONDS_IN_WAIT_RAW),0,SECONDS_IN_WAIT_RAW), 0) If the complex datapoint has a value over 300 seconds, an alert triggers with all the enriched instance-level autoProps from the Active Discovery script. All other aspects of this template mirror the gold-standard version--including enabling the "Automati
  6. Hello LogicMonitor Community ! Andrey here from LM's Monitoring Engineer Team. To supplement the suite of scripted LogicModules provided in the LM Support Center, my colleagues and I have created a public GitHub repository with many more examples. Have a look at the LogicMonitor GitHub Repo, where you'll find various recipes for solving common monitoring script problems. Both Groovy and PowerShell examples are included Feel free to comment below with requests and/or suggested improvements. Happy scripting !
  7. I'm currently working on a project to validate any configured LM alerts have an associated documentation - our documentation should have the datasource name as part of the title. Furthermore, I need to filter out devices that are not in my team's escalation path/rule. e.x. filter out "dev" environment devices. I'm pulling a list of datasources using the REST API '/setting/datasources' endpoint. I use a filter to only grab those that match my team's given escalation path/rule. I then pull the datasource properties, specifically the "appliesTo" value in the json response.