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  • I use the following router call to create events using the API: data = dict(device=device_name, summary=summary, severity=severity, component=component, evclasskey=evclasskey, evclass=evclass) return self.__router_request('EventsRouter', 'add_event', ...

  • I had to radically increase memory allocation to my region server. I didn't read all your data really close, but it seemed familiar. What is your current region server memory usage and allocation? I don't think the ZenHub things are relevant -- zenhub ...

  • Are there any events on the Windows server side?  Do you have blocking timeouts set in ZenPython? What does a debug collection run show?  How many devices / windows devices do you have per ZenPython container? ------------------------------ Luke Lofgren ...

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    RE: Backing up Analytics

    Analytics is a "mySQL" DB; we did a migration to a new server that primarily involved tar-ing it up and moving it over. I see the value in Analytics in that its getting it "out" of something more fussy to work with. Basically I would think any solid solution ...

  • Using Control Center you might also benefit from editing  /opt/zenoss/etc/zenmodeler.conf and adjusting this setting: # Number of devices to collect from in # parallel, default: 1 parallel 5 For our main collector that does have a large number of ...

  • Absolutely it is possible to collect tabular data but I think, looking at your snmpwalk data, that the index/instance that you need to construct for your snmpindex attribute, is a particularly complicated one.  It looks like it is more than the MAC ...

  • So it is telling you that the zenmodeler cycle is taking 40866 seconds to complete - 11+ hours????.  If you have a huge environment then this might just be justified - more likely that something is not quite right and it shouldn't be taking that long.  ...

  • To solve it Do a backup from the GUI but don't delete or overwrite older, perhabs good ones. then try: https://support.zenoss.com/hc/en-us/articles/211783563-Zenoss-Master-Staged-Startup-and-Shutdown-Best-Practices-for-Maintenance- If it does not ...

  • Hi Joseph Yes, this could be. MetricShipper Inserts metrics into OpenTSDBWriter. This component ships with a default threshold. The maximum number of seconds MetricShipper needs to process its Redis queue at the current rate is 300. If this value is ...

  • I use Zenoss 6.1.2 to monitor Windows servers, but after I installed the needed zenpacks and made the configuration in Zenoss (Configuration Properties - zWinRMPort=5986 , zWinScheme=https ) I noticed that I have graphs only for a short period of time ...

  • Is it possible to collect tables like in example above? ------------------------------ Eduard ------------------------------

  • I am also experiencing this issue since 13/9/18.  Restarting zenhub and metricshipper not helping. ------------------------------ Steven ------------------------------

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