Average Availability difference in SWQL Query and Web Report Writer

Hi

I am always getting different result as compare to SWQL Query and Web Report Writer.

Mentioned is Report of Average Availability LAST MONTH.

SWQL Result:

SELECT
concat(round(avg(Availability), 2), ' %' ) as supernet
FROM Orion.ResponseTime rt
where
monthdiff(datetime,getdate())=1 and rt.Node.CustomProperties.SLA_LTE ='supernet'

Web Report Result:

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  • I've tried this on three different systems I manage and none of them are showing a disconnect between a report with this query, the query itself, and a custom widget with the query.  (I did have to skip the Custom Property filter because I don't have this one defined.)

    Couple of quick questions:

    • What version are you running?
    • What time zone are you (your browser) in?
    • What time zone is the Orion web server in?
    • What time zone is the SQL database in?

    These may have nothing to do with anything, but I want to rule them all out.

    Note: There's no need to call me out directly.  I'm subscribed to this space and review forums as I have time.  I was very busy over the last two weeks with THWACKcamp 2022, so my time has been devoted elsewhere.

  • Hi

    • What version are you running?  Orion Platform HF1, NCM, IPAM, NPM, NTA: 2020.2.5
    • What time zone are you (your browser) in? GMT+0500 (Karachi Standard Time)
    • What time zone is the Orion web server in? (UTC+05:00) Islamabad, Karachi
    • What time zone is the SQL database in? (UTC+05:00) Islamabad, Karachi

     

  • Not that it would 100% fix things, but the latest version of the Onion Orion Platform is 2020.2.6 HF4 (at the time of this writing).  I know that some date/time things were remedied in that release and subsequent hotfixes, but I'm not sure if they are the ones you are running up against.

  • Many layers this Onion platform Grinning

  • I feel like there's an "Ogres are like onions" joke just waiting to happen.  You'd think after nearly 20 years of writing "Orion" countless times and far, far fewer writing "onion" my fingers would get it correct most of the time.

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