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    RE: Notification Scheduling

    Hi Kai Here is my proposal. It hopefully takes the hint from Michael into accout as we should not run in a stake trace if the component is missing. In addition I used the time.localtime()[6] function to get the day of the week. Any how if your transform ...

  • Kai, If I could make a recommendation, it would be to move your "if evt.component ==" evaluation to the top of the transform and add an "if evt.component" to the line, like so: if evt.component and evt.component == ' name_of_component ': This ...

  • Arthur, I actually figured out what I was doing wrong. Instead of this: #Drop alerts for "name of component" on Monday from 12am - 12pm import os import time os.environ['TZ'] = 'America/Chicago' if evt.component == 'name_of_component': if ...

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    RE: Notification Scheduling

    Arthur, Thank you so much for the info. I was able to create a transform with the link you provided. I have one more inquiry to make (I promise). My transform writing is a bit rusty. I was hoping that you would be able to take a quick look at the transform ...

  • Hello, Wondering why we don't have these CE versions available on here? Thanks ------------------------------ Sam ------------------------------

  • Peter, I think regular SNMP datasources will already do what you're looking for, as long as you configure the datapoint with the correct type for your data.  Since Zenoss originally stored perf data in .rrd files, we still use Tobias Oetiker's data source ...

  • I currently have a Data Source that uses an SSH script to grab some statistics from a networking device. These statistics are from the previous 2 minutes and show very recent changes. However, due to operation reasons, I'd like to move away from using ...

  • I tried the curl command from another linux server: curl -u "admin:password" -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"action": "DeviceRouter", "method": "getDevices", "data": [{"uid": "/zport/dmd/Devices/"}], "tid": 1}' http://10.xxx.xxx.xxx:8080/zport/dmd/device_router ...

  • Hi, Premise: I have a class in my Laravel 5.5 application to interface itself  to Zenoss 4.2.5 server. In the application controller I call the getDeviceInfo() method after creating the zenoss object. This is the code for class Zenoss: class ...

  • We can use string regular expression in below manner to ignore multiple mount point for a server/device class. to ignore all mount point  /packages/* and /dev, use  zFileSystemMapIgnoreNames : /packages|/dev&                              # mind no ...

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  • This works with single mount point but how we can use zFileSystemMapIgnoreNames to ignore multiple  mountpoints  ? like /packages, /dev ------------------------------ //Alok ------------------------------

  • Hi Kai Yep, evt.component should work. See here Arthur ------------------------------ Arthur ------------------------------

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