Can we turn off all wireless client tracking and heat map generation?
I am concerned about the volume of data -- a SNMPwalk of one our smaller controllers takes well over half an hour to complete if you're pulling client data; during that time 80% of our users (students) [around 150,000 clients] will have moved...
Can you confirm that the only consequence to upgrading would be that our alerts would not work until the fix comes out or is there potential for corruption if we leave WPM installed and still apply the upgrade?
If the WPM installed was not of immediate importance but we left the tables in the database and did the upgrade, would we see any long term consequences?
Does anyone have any idea how you can use the Volume Capacity Forecast report content for more than one node or how the data is calculated for use in a custom table? We'd like to report on all nodes of a service and the predicted capacity so a table like the below.
Node | Volume | >60% | >80% | >100%
Node1 | C:\ | > 1 year | > 1 year | > 1 year
Node1 | D:\ | now | 5 months | > 1 year
Node1 | E:\ | 3 months | 7 months | > 1 year
Node2 | C:\ | > 1 year | > 1 year | > 1 year
Node2 | D:\ | > 1 year | > 1 year | > 1 year
Node2 | E:\ | 2 months | > 1 year | > 1 year
Been looking at the VolumeUsage_ForecastCoefficients table to see if I can utilise the data there but the numbers are 1 higher than those shown on the node page. i.e. I have a server which predicts > 60% in 7 months for C:\ but this query states 8 months. Does a month get removed by default or am I just way off on my calcs?
SELECT Nodes.Caption, Volumes.Caption, datediff(m,getdate(),dateadd(d,((60-PercentDiskUsedAavg)/PercentDiskUsedBavg),getdate())) as '> 60%'
INNER JOIN Volumes ON [VolumeUsage_ForecastCoefficients].VolumeID = Volumes.VolumeID
INNER JOIN Nodes ON [VolumeUsage_ForecastCoefficients].NodeID= Nodes.NodeID
WHERE [VolumeUsage_ForecastCoefficients].nodeid = 3483
AND VolumeTypeID in (2,4)
ORDER BY VolumeTypeID, VolumeDescription
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