4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 11, 2008 9:04 AM by denny.lecompte

    UdNP question

    jkeberle

      If you set up a poller like the below example.  How often does the puller update the information and for this particular MIB is this the optimal settings.  There is no need for the pollers to do a poll every 2 minutes... I would like to see POLLING INTERVAL per UdNP.  Example of this.  Active connections thru a firewall.  Every 2-5 minutes... Windows Domain/workgroup name = once per day, IP addresses on all interfaces of the device = Every 15-60 minutes.


       


      OID = 1.3.6.1.4.1.77.1.4.1


      NAME = Windows_Domain


      MIB VALUE TPYE = RAW VALUE


      FORMAT = TEXT


      SNMP GET TYPE = GET TABLE


      Polling Type = NODE


      Keep Historical Data = NO


        • Re: UdNP question
          tdanner

          Universal Device Pollers use the statistics interval for the node or interface where they are assigned.

            • Re: UdNP question
              jkeberle

              Is it possible to set up in a future release the ability to change the polling interval on a per UdNP poller?  There is just soo much overhead to collect certain data that is / should be always the same.  Understanding that checking a raid for failed drives is something we want on short frequencies, however the domain that the server is in, could be done once per hour. 

                • Re: UdNP question
                  Congo

                   I would also like to express that I want to see this kind of functionality.

                  • Re: UdNP question
                    denny.lecompte
                    Is it possible to set up in a future release the ability to change the polling interval on a per UdNP poller?  There is just soo much overhead to collect certain data that is / should be always the same.  Understanding that checking a raid for failed drives is something we want on short frequencies, however the domain that the server is in, could be done once per hour. 
                     

                    Consider the feature requested.