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David Campeau Absent Member.
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nnmi report view

Reports working as expected, and need to verify I'm scheduling properly.

I want to schedule a daily report about CPU/Mem stats, on a particular node, for the last 24 hours.


To do this, I did the following....

1. I generated a report from ComponentMetrics for the past 24 hours for a particular node.

2. This report was saved as a "Report View", and placed into my directory.

3. Scheduled a daily report from the "Report View" that was saved in my directory.

However, day after day, the report just shows the "original" report output from a few days ago. In other words it just keeps sending the same report over and over.

Why isn't the report generating data from 24 hours ago?


Best Regards,






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David Campeau Absent Member.
Absent Member.

Re: nnmi report view

restarted ispi, and seems to be working now.  I'm not sure why it was behaving like it was.

Absent Member.. asharm37 Absent Member..
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Re: nnmi report view


I think you have selected relative start "NO" in time controls and entered the dates and time manually, Try with "Yes" in relative start and select 1 day in interval  and schedule it again than it will work.



Anuj Sharma

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