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How to locate polling data in the Orion database

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Updated July 30, 2018


This article describes how to locate the CPU, memory, availability, and packet data for a node. This information can help you view the response time and statistic poll when you investigate an alert. 


  • All Orion Platform versions


You can locate the node CPU, memory, availability, and pack data in the Orion database by table name.

Table Description
CPULoad_* Stores the node CPU and memory data.
ResponseTime_* Stores the node availability and packet loss data 

Stores the last polling information for each node by Node ID.

This data is also located in the Orion Web Console in the Nodes view.

The tables that contain detailed information is the CPU Load Detail table (CPULoad_Detail_*). These tables contain the data for each poll. The Hourly and Daily tables are roll-ups from the Detail table. 

The date in the table name is one day ahead of the actual polling data. The polling data in the table will have a date and time that is not adjusted for UTC time.

The database also contains similarly-named tables for interfaces and volumes.

For SAM polling data, see (SAM) Where component statistics are found in the database




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