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I am attempting to write an EMS event query using the NMSDK against cDOT clusters that will only return events from a given timestamp forward. This would be similar to the OnTAP command:
event log show -event *fpolicy* -time >="9/28/2018 10:29:55"
The query parameter seems to allow for queries AT a specified time, but not for AT OR AFTER (">="). Am I missing something? Is there some way to specify the "time" field to accomplish this? It appears that it will only accept an integer value - number of seconds since the epoch - but there doesn't appear to be any provision for a relational operator.
If it matters I am using Perl.
Please advise. This would be a great boon to our troubleshooting and monitoring efforts.
Thanks for the reply, it's really appreciated. Unfortunately this is a query against Unified Manager, which only captures certain events from clusters. I'm looking for a query straight to the cluster so I can enumerate any event that occurs during the time frame. It appears that, while the CLI supports this to some extent, the API does not. Unfortunate.