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Feature Idea: Add 'does not contain' filter to infrastructure & it's alerts

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#1

Feature Request:
Please add a ‘does not contain’ filter to infrastructure and the alerts you can define in infrastructure. That way we could exclude one specific pattern.

Why:
Instead today we have to create a lot of alert rules, just because we want to exclude one disk mount path.
Furthermore, if we forget, a new disk does not get monitored because we need to manually add a new rule.


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#2

This would be helpful in other places also, not only in Infrastructure. If you add such an comparison operator, please make it available generally.


#3

Thanks so much for sharing your use cases, @reto.lehmann and @wkiNewRelic!

Please be sure to add your votes above! :blush:


#4

Another place where this feature would be super-helpful is query like “all transactions where transaction name does NOT contain word ‘heartbeats’” - this would allow to switch between observing all transactions to observing only non-heartbeats, depending on the environment and current situation. There are more use cases for ‘exclusion’ filter, it is just one of use cases.


#5

Hi, @opoplavsky: You can do that today:

SELECT * FROM Transaction WHERE name NOT LIKE '%heartbeats%'

#6

Thank you, you are totally right, one can use a ‘NOT’ clause when building new query, my use case was more for the user looking at pre-built event-based dashboard, and using UI filters to dynamically filter data that is displayed in dashboard charts.


#7

Hey @opoplavsky Does not contain is definitely a feature idea we have seen before. We’ve got that filed internally and so the appropriate teams are of the necessity for this feature. That said, in the meantime my colleague @gjohnson wrote this great Level-Up Post on Exclusion Filtering, which may help: