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The STALL data filter

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Currently, Kronometrix, is supporting two types of raw data filters: the STALL and RANGE filters.

A raw data filter is a mechanism to ensure that incoming raw data follows certain rules or conditions before the numerical processing and data visualization, within Kronometrix. For example the STALL filter will ensure raw data is properly arriving to our appliance and there are no delays. The RANGE filter, will ensure incoming raw data is sane and valid, and stays within certain range of values. For example the air temperature is valid as long as it is between -50C to 50C or the CPU Utilization of a Windows server is between 0 and 100%.


The STALL Filter Defined under messages.json and part of the Library of Monitoring Objects, the STALL filter is part of the data message definition. For example this is the way to define the STALL for a data message, called sysrec, which belongs to a data source type: Linux (a computer system running Linux CentOS operating system). 
stall: seconds
The STAL…