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23 Jul, 2018 Commented Well, my thinking is that you shouldn't need to look at your SolarWinds data unless there an issue with your app. After all, your Solarwinds data is simply a means to an end, right? At the end of the day you shouldn't care about that data unless there is an actual impact to the service or app irrespective of backup windows....so I am thinking you should start from the end-user perspective first... and work your way backwards from there. Setting up a script to put those particular alerts in maintenance mode during backups is probably the best way clean up your views...while relying on the synthetic transaction to give you visibility to an end-user impacting service degradation/outage even if it occurs during a backup window.
23 Jul, 2018 Commented Hmm....I had opened a case on as well a couple of years ago and didn't get anywhere. I happened to be speaking with Cameron Fuller last year about this and he said that SolarWind's MP was actually partially based on an MP he had written for them several years ago, so my gut feeling is that no one at SolarWinds knows anything about this MP. This was something they created several years ago and basically haven't looked at since so I don't harbor much hope in them ever correcting this problem.
16 Mar, 2018 Commented Yes, the 2 environments are both running the latest version of SquaredUp. The only difference is that the legacy environment where the query works is SCOM2012 while the new environment is running SCOM2016. Also, the new environment is running a 30-day license that I obtained from the vendor in order to allow me to do the migration and keep my old SquaredUp environment online for my users. However it shouldn't be a license issue as I am able to pull info with a different query as I stated earlier.
16 Mar, 2018 Asked WebAPI sysparm_query to pull ServiceNow data no longer works.
07 Mar, 2018 Up vote question VADA issue for systems with lots of connections
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