Data-model changes

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Data-model changes

Device performance aggregates

The following aggregates have been renamed in Finder:

  • high IO throughput time becomes high device IO throughput time ratio
  • high page faults time becomes high device page faults time ratio
  • high memory time becomes high device memory time ratio

New aggregates and fields available in NXQL

The following aggregates were already available in the Finder, but are now also available in NXQL:

Name Type Windows black.png Mac black.png Mobile black.png Properties
high_device_memory_time_ratio permill Windows black.png Mac gray disabled.png Mobile gray disabled.png NU
Indicates the ratio between the time the device is in high memory usage and its uptime.
high_device_io_throughput_time_ratio permill Windows black.png Mac gray disabled.png Mobile gray disabled.png NU
Indicates the ratio between the time the device is in high IO throughput and its uptime.
high_device_page_faults_time_ratio permill Windows black.png Mac gray disabled.png Mobile gray disabled.png NU
Indicates the ratio between the time the device is in high page faults and its uptime.
number_of_printers integer Windows black.png Mac gray disabled.png Mobile gray disabled.png
Number of printers

The following fields were already available in the Finder, but are now also available in NXQL:

Table Name Type Windows black.png Mac black.png Mobile black.png Properties
device logical_cpu_number integer Windows black.png Mac black.png Mobile gray disabled.png NU
Indicates the number of cores multiplied by the number of threads that can run on each core through the use of hyperthreading.
domain storage enum Windows black.png Mac gray disabled.png Mobile gray disabled.png
Event storage policy for the domain (web request or none)
printer real_name string Windows black.png Mac gray disabled.png Mobile gray disabled.png
Most frequently seen display name
user_activity real_duration millisecond Windows black.png Mac gray disabled.png Mobile gray disabled.png
Indicates the time between the user logging on and the device being ready to use. Desktops and laptops are considered fully functional once the CPU usage drops below 15% and the disk usage drops below 80%, and servers once the CPU usage of all processes belonging to the corresponding user drops below 15%.

Deprecated field

The field Privileges for users has been deprecated.