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 on: January 22, 2017, 11:15:06 pm 
Started by Tursiops - Last post by Tursiops

I noticed that when I do a search in Syslog, it appears reasonably fast.
But if I select a device, right-click and select Syslog it can take forever to load anything.

So I had a look at the database and found the table only has an index on the msg_timestamp (and msg_id) column, but not the source_object_id one.
Of course I could add one manually (and did for now, which sped things up significantly), but that might cause issues with future NetXMS database upgrades down the track?


 on: January 22, 2017, 09:05:45 pm 
Started by Legoman - Last post by zsing82
Create the script in the Script Library.

Open the DCI in the template and go to Instance Discovery.
Instance discovery method = Script
Next line = name of script in Script Library
Instance discovery filter script should be left blank.  Your script will be called from the Script Library as long you entered the script name in the line above.

Force an instance discovery poll to see if it works.

 on: January 22, 2017, 06:17:56 pm 
Started by aalexson - Last post by tomaskir
Its this one:

 on: January 22, 2017, 05:35:54 pm 
Started by aalexson - Last post by aalexson
When setting up different nodes for capturing data (Raspberry Pi and temperature probes), at times when pulling for data when rewiring the Raspberry Pi (adding another temp sensor), the returned value is 99.0. 

How does one remove some bad data?

Thank you.

 on: January 22, 2017, 05:25:33 pm 
Started by aalexson - Last post by aalexson
Tomas, I was watching your interview on the The Brothers WISP.  You mention a $25 device that you use for monitoring power feeds, internal and external temperature.  Would you mind sharing the name of the device that you mentioned?

Thank you.

 on: January 21, 2017, 01:15:36 pm 
Started by Dani@M3T - Last post by Dani@M3T

I gave the group everyone the right 'View all alarms' and now I can see all alarms again. Maybe that's the right action the update procedure should do on existing installations.


 on: January 20, 2017, 10:18:20 pm 
Started by Dani@M3T - Last post by Victor Kirhenshtein

check that all users have access right "view all alarms" (which actually means "access to all alarm categories", we will fix the text). It should be granted either directly or via group, you can add this right to "everyone" group to give it to all users. As we introduce alarm categories in 2.1-M2, by default user only see alarms belonging to categories it has access to. This access right supposed to be set by upgrade procedure but probably there is a bug in it.

Best regards,

 on: January 20, 2017, 06:53:20 pm 
Started by Dani@M3T - Last post by Dani@M3T
Since update from V2.1-M1 to V2.1-M2 I see troubles with alarms.

I have nodes which has status 'warning' since before update, after update they have still status 'warning' but I can't see any alarms on these nodes anymore. Before update there were not answered alarms on these nodes.

I tested on another node the following:
I switched of the device, the status of this node changed to Critical, but also no alarm on alarm-tab.

I see no alarms anymore in general. Alarm browser is completely empty.

But we get the alarm emails.

There is something broken with alarms. Which additional information do you need for further troubleshooting?


 on: January 20, 2017, 05:22:27 pm 
Started by szenrobi - Last post by szenrobi

I would like to make a dynamic network map with a switch and a server. I draw a line between them.
I want to see the used bandwith or transmitted data.
I made what is written in the handbook (see attachment).

But, how can I make to see the throughput not in bps but kbs, Mbps etc ???

Please help me.


 on: January 20, 2017, 12:18:09 pm 
Started by Victor Kirhenshtein - Last post by Dani@M3T
thanks Tomas, it works

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