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Note: This setting only applies to 5.1.0, for newer versions refer to this guide: How to remove historic sensors from the UI (v5.1.1+)
Cb Response versions 5.1.0 Patch 2 and 5.1.0 Patch 3
The solution explains how to handle the following scenarios:
To remove offline/decommissioned sensors or uninstall an online sensor, perform the following manual action from the CB UI:
Administration > Sensors > Select the check box next to the relevant sensor hosts > Actions > Uninstall
In both cases the data for the sensor will still appear in the UI until purged over time.
For Cb Response versions and 5.1.0 patch 2 5.1.0 patch 3, the following parameters in /etc/cb/cb.conf can control the automatic removal of offline sensors:
For environment where machines are decommissioned often, this can be helpful for sensors housekeeping.
Note: If the parameters do not exist in the cb.conf file, add then with the desired value and save the changes
If you make a change to those parameters, you will need to restart CB for the change to take effect:
For a standalone installation:
service cb-enterprise restart
For a clustered installation:
/usr/share/cb/cbcluster stop/usr/share/cb/cbcluster start
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