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Cached version of resources during List Resources

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Updated November 11, 2016

Overview

When doing List Resources, an informational message shows up:

You see a cached version of resources from <Date and Time>

 

Environment

NPM 12 and later

Detail

This information message is by design. The first time you run List Resources against the node, it will send an SNMP request against the node to show all the resources that can be monitored. Then, it will build a cache of resources to be monitored. The next time you run a List Resources against the node, you will see the informational message showing the last time you did a List Resources from that node.

If you need to refresh the results of resources to be monitored and build a new cache, just click the Force Refresh.

 

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09:32, 28 Jun 2017

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