sysUptime reports time since ‘last snmpd restart’,
Orion will determine if a device has rebooted by monitoring the sysUpTime on a device.
If the value resets back to 0 and the device is still responsive then Orion will assume that the device had just rebooted.
Sysuptime which Orion see as “Last Boot" is got as follows: SNMP variable RFC1213-MIB:sysUpTime 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199
This variable is a 32 bit counter of the number of 100ths of a second since the device booted.
How can i calculate?
Please use the OID value SNMPWALK from the effected Node .
<installed directory> C:\Program Files (x86)\SolarWinds\Orion
Enter ip address of the Node under "Agent Address or DNS name >Select Version " 2c / or 3 " Depending on the Node configured .Enter the " community String" configured for the device .
add the Root OID as below
Scan and save the SNMPWaLK and save the file on the desktop .
Open the file and see the value .
.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.0 = TIMETICKS: 1161208739
** Calculation **
1161208739 / 8640000 = 134.39 Days