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Dell EMC Unity Rest sensors using deprecated values



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I want to use "REST Dell EMC Capacity Sensor" and "REST Dell EMC Pool Sensor" but both are failing with "expected status 200 OK but got 422 Unprocessable Entity".

For the first one when i try to browse https://X.X.X.X/api/instances/systemCapacity/0?fields=sizeFree,sizeTotal,sizeUsed,compressionPercent,sizeSubscribed i get this message "The requested field [compressionPercent] was deprecated more than 18 months ago. Please use [systemCapacity.dataReductionPercent] instead. (Error Code:0x7d13045)".

Same message for the other sensor "The requested field [compressionPercent] was deprecated more than 18 months ago. Please use [pool.dataReductionPercent] instead. (Error Code:0x7d13045)".

Could you please update all your Dell EMC Unity Rest sensors or make V2 like "Dell EMC Unity Storage LUN v2 Sensor" ?

If possible, how can I manually edit both sensor as a workaround to replace deprecated values ?

dell emc prtg rest unity

Created on Aug 26, 2020 11:24:54 AM by  vcocaud (0) 1

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I can tell you that both sensors are planned for PRTG version 20.x.62, to be released mid September.

Kind regards,
Matthias Kupfer - Team Tech Support

Created on Aug 27, 2020 7:00:33 AM by  Matthias Kupfer [Paessler Support]

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