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 on: May 27, 2018, 11:56:04 am 
Started by Benjamin Dill - Last post by Benjamin Dill
Also, there seems to be a bug: When generating a NetXMS event from a Windows event the agent crashes (version 2.2.6). Nothing helpful in the log at trace level 9, it just stops after "matched":
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2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ] Publisher name is Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing
2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ] Match event: source="Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing" id=4768 level=8 text="Ein Kerberos-Authentifizierungsticket (TGT) wurde angefordert.
2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ] checking rule 1 ""
2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ]   rule has no context
2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ]   event id 0x000012a0 not in range 0x00001211 - 0x00001211
2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ] checking rule 2 ""
2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ]   rule has no context
2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ]   negated matching against regexp Ergebniscode: 0x0
2018.05.27 10:51:08.559 *D* [logwatch.parser    ]   matched
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<parser name="LogonFailure" trace="9">
   <file>*Security</file>
   <rules>
      <rule name="id4625">
         <match repeatCount="0" repeatInterval="120">(.*)</match>
         <id>4625</id>
         <source></source>
      </rule>
      <rule name="id4768">
         <match invert="true" repeatCount="0" repeatInterval="120">Ergebniscode: 0x0</match>
         <id>4768</id>
         <source></source>
<event params="1">100028</event>
      </rule>
...

 2 
 on: May 27, 2018, 10:53:40 am 
Started by Benjamin Dill - Last post by Benjamin Dill
Hi,
I've read in the changelog for 2.2.3 that parameters of Windows event log can be passed to the server. Is there an example how to do that?
I checked the code but my c++ is a bit rusty... I've seen that "EventData" is parsed, so can I match against these parameters in a parser rule? That would be quite useful!

Greetings,
Ben

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 on: May 27, 2018, 09:09:08 am 
Started by bloodlin - Last post by huskybob
Victor Kirhenshtein thank you for your reply

" Do you see incoming client connection in server log when attempt to save Grafana data source? Can you login with same user from web UI? "

will that be the login user for Grafana Web UI or the NetXMS Web UI or the WEBAPI ?
http://localhost:8181 ( Grafana Web UI )
http://localhost:8080 ( NetXMS Web UI )
http://localhost:8080/webapi ( NetXMS Web API - {"description":"Internal error","error":46} )

sorry just need to confirm   :D

 4 
 on: May 25, 2018, 01:16:51 am 
Started by thaideval - Last post by thaideval
Короче говоря, у меня получилось справиться с этой проблемой. что конкретно повлияло - сложно сказать. слишком уж много действий я провел. но в итоге обновил сервер до 2.2.6 и сейчас все работает. Спасибо всем за советы.

Правда теперь Дэшборды со статус картой не работают - ошибка джавы пробовал 8u171 и 8u172. Походу все-таки на стороне сервака. 2.2.4 все работает

java.lang.NullPointerException
   at org.netxms.ui.eclipse.objectview.widgets.ObjectStatusRadialWidget.calculateMaxLVLAndObjCount(ObjectStatusRadialWidget.java:258)

 5 
 on: May 24, 2018, 04:50:52 pm 
Started by trinidadrancheria - Last post by Tursiops
Hi,

Assuming you want to see the switches per tower as well as all connected devices, the following should work:

In the properties of each switch in tower 1, select Location. For the sake of this example, set Street Address to "Tower 1".
Create a new network map, map type Layer 2 Topology. Select one of the switches in Tower 1 as Seed Node.

Now right-click the map, select Properties -> Object Filter and paste the following:
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if ( $node->streetAddress == "Tower 1" ) return true;
interfaces = GetNodeInterfaces($node);
foreach(i : interfaces)
{
if ( i->peerNode != null ) peerNode = i->peerNode;
else continue;
if ( peerNode->streetAddress == "Tower 1" ) return true;
}
return false;

What the above does is allow any node onto the map that has a street address of "Tower 1" (and is connected to your seed node), as well as any node that has an interface connected to a node with a street address of "Tower 1" (as long as that node is linked to your seed node somehow and within the discovery radius).

Probably not the prettiest or most efficient way of doing it, but a quick test worked on my system.

 6 
 on: May 24, 2018, 03:21:25 pm 
Started by Victor Kirhenshtein - Last post by lindeamon
will upgrade today!

thank you for all yours and your team's hard work

 7 
 on: May 24, 2018, 11:56:17 am 
Started by Victor Kirhenshtein - Last post by Victor Kirhenshtein
Hi all!

NetXMS version 2.2.6 is released. It is patch release for 2.2.5 that fixes few important issues. It also adds NXSL based queries in object finder and allows fine tuning of filter behavior in object browser (issue NX-1395).

Best regards,
Victor

 8 
 on: May 24, 2018, 09:21:13 am 
Started by iGodunoff - Last post by iGodunoff
Собственно, ещё с версии 2.2.2, кажется.

 9 
 on: May 24, 2018, 04:16:51 am 
Started by trinidadrancheria - Last post by rameshpavaluri
Hi Victor,

As I'm very new to NetXMS  could you please help me with the settings as you mentioned in your previous email.

Setting the postal address attributes for switch
 Filtering script

Regards
Ramesh

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 on: May 23, 2018, 04:49:21 pm 
Started by webeck5 - Last post by webeck5
Forgot to add;

NetXMS Version - 2.2.4
OS - CentOS 7
DB MariaDB 10.2

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