Sorry for the vague title - hopefully this will make it more clear. I am currently implementing a custom table on a dashboard. Columns currently are listed below, with a sample output.
|Node Name||Status||CPU Load||% MEM||Volume Name||Avail. Space||% Used|
|NodeA||Up||%||%||NodeA - Physical Memory||XX||%|
|NodeA||Up||%||%||NodeA - Virtual Memory||XX||%|
|NodeA||Up||%||%||NodeA - C:\||XX||%|
|NodeA||Up||%||%||NodeA - D:\ et cetera||XX||%|
|NodeB||NodeB - Physical Memory...|
I am currently using the Dynamic Query Builder in Datasource instead of a SWQL or SQL query - I have no real experience with that. My intended goal is to list all Fixed Disks, not the Physical or Virtual Memory rows. Is there a way to filter the Volume Name column contents without writing a custom SQL query?
I'm trying to setup something similar to "I LIKE EGGS" Custom Volume Report implemented as a table, but I was unable to get the SQL code working after copying it over.
Solved! Go to Solution.
On a somewhat related note, is there a length limit for these tables? I have it set to show all entries but on the dashboard it still indicates that some are cut off.
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