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I have an embedded event manager script which polls a particular interface every 24 hours and checks if their has been interface output drops since last polling.  This creates a syslog message which is sent to LMS.  I would like to include in the action description the difference in oid value since the last polling.  In other words i would like to include in my syslog message the following calculation :  current oid value - oid value last poll.

is this possible.

thanks!






event manager applet OUTPUT_DROPS

 event snmp oid 1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.19.10148 get-type exact entry-op gt entry-val "1" entry-type increment poll-interval 86400

 action 1 syslog priority critical msg "Interface output drops have increased since last  polling period" facility "QOS"
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by:agonza07
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Looks like you got it solved.
https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2194400
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yes.  i was able to get this resolved on the cisco supportforum
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i found a solution on the cisco support forum before a solution was provided here.
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