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I am trying to generate an uptime report for last month however it only reports on 6 days for the month. I have run the ping report and that is showing the entire data for the month using the same parameters. Any idea what the issue could be?

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Rohan

asked 30 Apr '14, 22:05

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Hi Rohan,

I would need to see your settings for your uptime report. Could you provide them?

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answered 01 May '14, 09:51

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Report Type: Device Uptime Percent Display Type: Table: Dynamic Source Data: Any of the servers I am monitoring Filters and Parameters: Starting Date: First day of Previous Month Ending Date: Last day of Previous Month Max ping ms considered up: 2000 Summarize Data by: Daily average Hours/Days filter: no filtering

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answered 01 May '14, 17:37

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Can you send me a copy of the report with the six days of data and the report that shows all of the data? I am trying to reproduce the issue but can't (everything works).

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No worries, how do I get them to you?

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answered 02 May '14, 21:16

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Please send the items to support@poweradmin.com

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