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does anyone know of a way to run reports in UIM that will only show data during business hours like Monday - Friday 8:00 - 17:00?

  • 1.  does anyone know of a way to run reports in UIM that will only show data during business hours like Monday - Friday 8:00 - 17:00?

    Posted 01-06-2016 11:20 AM

    I asked CA UIM Software Support and they said there is no way to do this currently. I would think there would be a way to create a SQL query to only show data for devices between specific times and days. Any help would be greatly appreciated because the reports show averages that for metrics that occur outside of customer business hours and is not useful or accurate.



  • 2.  Re: does anyone know of a way to run reports in UIM that will only show data during business hours like Monday - Friday 8:00 - 17:00?

    Posted 01-07-2016 05:51 AM

    Have you thought about using the maintenance mode so that you only collect the data for business hours ?

    That way the reports will be correct for you and only show data for 0800-1800.

     

    Otherwise you can use UR to create custom reports and in the SQL specify the qos data must be during business hours.



  • 3.  Re: does anyone know of a way to run reports in UIM that will only show data during business hours like Monday - Friday 8:00 - 17:00?

    Posted 01-07-2016 09:12 AM

    Maintenance Mode only effects alarms, however reports are often showing data such as % of CPU and so would be unaffected by maintenance mode.

     

    Absolutely the data can be pulled from the database via query.

    S_QOS_DATA  is the first table to look at with a kind of address book to the other tables that have the data. It lists the 'source' which is the system being polled, the qos which is the metric, the RN_QOS_DATA_ which has the data for that qos metric, and the table_id. The data in the RN_QOS_DATA_ tables is identified via the table_id which is specific to that source & qos.

     

    Just from my notes and not providing exactly what you want and given just for a starting point.

    select * FROM S_QOS_DATA where source = '<system name>'

     

    select * FROM RN_QOS_DATA_xxxx where table_id = 50684 and sampletime > '2015-11-24 10:15:00' order by sampletime desc

     

    but you would want a sampletime that is both less than and greater than.