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Hi

Is it possible to generate report only for exceptions of high bandwidth, high CPU, high memory, device down, etc?

Daily the report should be generated and sent to specific IDs.

Regards,

Akhil

daily exception prtg reports

Created on Aug 25, 2015 2:20:12 PM by  akhil7j (0) 1



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Dear akhil7j

This is not directly possible with PRTG. PRTG offers an usual detection, but that one does not differ between unusual high or unusual low.

The report templates themselves offer the option to sort the items in question using a threshold value, and limit the output to a particular number of objects. In this sense, you could create your own report templates. Please read more about that here.

An example API call, used in that template, is

<#report type="statstable" filter="[email protected](0)"
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sortby="uptime"

While not covered by technical support, you can try to use your own filter definitions.

Created on Aug 27, 2015 11:29:18 AM by  Arne Seifert [Paessler Support]



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