Peaks in system resource usage (CPU, memory or I/O).

Field

Group

Type

Device ID

Device

Field

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Unique device identifier

NXQL ID:

device

Device IP addresses

Device

Field

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List of IP addresses for the device

Device name

Device

Field

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Indicates the name of the device:

  • For Windows: NetBios Name

  • For Mac OS: computer name used on the network

  • For Mobile: composed by mailbox name and device friendly name

Device SID

Device

Field

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Windows security identifier of the device

Duration

Properties

Field

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Indicates the duration of the event.

NXQL ID:

duration

End time

Properties

Field

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Performance event end time

NXQL ID:

end_time

Event info

Properties

Field

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Performance event information

NXQL ID:

info

High io usage

Warnings

Field

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High io usage

High memory usage

Warnings

Field

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High memory usage

High overall CPU usage

Warnings

Field

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High overall CPU usage.

High page faults

Warnings

Field

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High number of page faults

High thread CPU usage (deprecated)

Warnings

Field

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High thread CPU usage (deprecated).

ID

Properties

Field

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Unique performance event identifier

NXQL ID:

id

Start time

Properties

Field

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Performance event start time

NXQL ID:

start_time

Warning duration

Properties

Field

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Indicates the effective duration of the warning; it can be shorter than the event duration when the high

CPU usage is not continuous.

  • Example: a high CPU usage warning started at 08:00 and lasted until 08:15 (event duration is 15 min). During this 15min, the device was effectively in high CPU usage once during 60s, twice during 120s and once during 30s; the warning duration is therefore 5min 30s.

NXQL ID:

warning_duration