Delete QoS via command line tool (1.4)

Document created by chrlu01 Employee on Feb 15, 2016Last modified by SamCreek on Dec 17, 2016
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In the attached file 2 qos utilities in Perl (and exe) format for Windows (+ doc file) that can:

- create several reports/views on your qos utilization

- delete qos data/entries based on several regex filters

 

- nimsoft_qos_lastpoll: will create overview reports of your qos usage

When you run the same command, but with parameter -v"n" you will have 8 different overview reports like::

QoS targets per origin

QoS targets per QoS

QoS targets per source

QoS targets per probe

 

QoS targets per probe & QoS combination

 

- nimsoft_qos_delete: will delete all QoS data/entries based on several regex filters

Example simulation run (=default)

This makes it possible to:

- delete all qos data for a source (perl nimsoft_qos_delete.pl -s"servername")

- delete all qos data for a probe you tested but decided not to implement (perl nimsoft_qos_delete.pl -o"nexec")

- delete all qos data for a specific qos but only the data older than xx days (perl nimsoft_qos_delete.pl -a"3" -q"count")

 

doc file is included.

 

Version 1.4:

- delete also in b and d QoS tables

- report if a QoS has a baseline defined

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