I'm building a search that tracks the use of memory allocated(memalloc), memory in use(memused), CPU in use(CPUused) CPU allocated (CPUalloc) along with the Cluster type (CT) for our vmware envrioment. My base query works perfect but when I try to build the logic behind it using where, and , or. I keep getting false positives, like the example below.
where CT=Tier_1 or CT=Tier_2 and CPU_used>=50 or mem_used>=50 or mem_alloc>=0.9 or CPU_alloc>=0.9
I end up getting results that have different cluster tiers in them
|CT | |CPUused| |memused| |memalloc| |CPUalloc|
|Tier2 |50.01| |25.35| |.82 | |.82 |
|Tier1 |62.23| |72.33| |.90 | |.65 |
|Tier2 |45.53| |32.55| |.97 | |.55 |
|Tier4 |23.25| |36.58| |1.01| |3.25|
|Tier5 |40.32| |85.15| |3.25| |1.11|
I need to find a way to be able to narrow it down to Tier1 or Tier_2 clusters only, and alert if any of the values break the thresholds in the where statements.
((CT=Tier_1 or CT=Tier_2) AND (CPU_used>=50 or mem_used>=50 or mem_alloc>=0.9 or CPU_alloc>=0.9)) OR (CT=Tier_3 AND ( cpu_used>50 OR mem_used>60...))
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