This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Eric Clark on 2018-11-05
If you have a sensor that starts having issues - it will sometimes give out incorrect readings, wildly high, or wildly low. Or, just drop completely.
This data can be determined to be anomalous fairly easily.
However - it remains in the historical data base.
How do I remove that specific, easily identifiable data ? We don't need garbage in our historical data long term.
See the light blue line in the graph below :
This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Chaitanya on 2018-12-05
You can un-check this sensor from 71 sensors shown in your report and that will not show readings from that particular sensor.
I don't think you can isolate this sensor and delete it from DCE database.
But you can certainly remove from DCE so this sensor will not be shown.
So there are 2 methods either un-check or delete form DCE at-least that's what I know.
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