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Find hosts that have been up more than xxx days

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Created by Miroslav Beno, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

This article provides steps to find hosts that have been up more than xxx days.

Environment

All VMan versions 

Steps

Note: This is an example on Alert for 120 days:

 

1. Go to your VMan console.
2. On top right, select Find Hosts.
3. Click Advanced Search.
4. Add an attribute.
5. Locate host.uptime.
6. Change the value to >10368000
7. Click Run.

Final query should look like this:
host.uptime:([10368000 TO *] -10368000)  

You can create your alert out of this.

 

 

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