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As the name suggests, these tables are indeed used by the analytics features. The large partition size for analytics_wavestream is likely caused by an element with a large table, as it stores a model for...

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Yes, this is possible by using the Automatic Incident Tracking feature. This feature will try to group alarms together that belong to the same incident, taking into account certain information on the alarm....

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Alarm groups form alarm trees just like regular alarms. Upon creation the alarm group has an alarm ID equal to the root alarm ID. Every update to the alarm group then gets a new alarm ID, but keeps the...

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The way conditions work might be a bit confusing. When putting a condition on a line in the alarm template, it will be excluded if that condition as a whole evaluates to true. Your condition consists of...

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For variance changes, trend changes and flatlines, you can only specify whether you want alarms or not by selecting the checkbox in front. When selecting this option, DataMiner will decide whether the...

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In addition to Simon's answer, you can use Automatic Incident Tracking to automatically group alarms in the alarm console based on what DataMiner detects as the most relevant reason these alarms are there....

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You might want to have a look at Automatic Incident Tracking. See here, for a nice introduction video. Unlike the correlation engine, this feature tries to automatically group your alarms according...

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Unfortunately, we currently don't have multivariate trend prediction in DataMiner. It also seems to me that trend prediction isn't the best approach to achieve what you want to achieve, as it would be...

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As mentioned in the comments above, these alarms are indeed created by the feature Automatic Incident Tracking, which is enabled by default in version 10.2.0. You can find a quick demonstration at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6ITgtTFz1E....

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I am not aware of a method to do this using a single row in a table. However, if you store the data in multiple rows as you are doing now, you can create a dashboard showing a graph of the relevant metrics...

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Not sure how you configured how you configured the alerting by email exactly, but I'm assuming you set an alert for every alarm matching a certain filter (as described here). As an alternative, you can...

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Both for absolute and relative thresholds, the high and low thresholds can be different. For instance, if I set the low and high warning thresholds as below, then a warning will be given if the parameter...

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It might not be possible to achieve what you want directly with correlation rules, but you can trigger an automation script for every alarm update using correlation rules, and then check every time whether...

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I wasn't able to recreate the full graph (yet), but you can create part of it using the existing 'Get alarms' data source with the following query. This query first fetches all alarms since yesterday...

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Unfortunately, I do not think you can currently easily link an alarm in the alarm console to an incident in the Incident Manager app beyond manually filling in the alarm ID when creating an incident in...

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In addition to the previous two answers, you also need to enable the focus column in the alarm console. Whether the alarm has focus is then shown in this column. The icon being present, means the...

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