opStatus Data saves information about the jobs performed on the queue and the result of the operation. This jobs are internal to NMIS9, related to the health and system maintenance, and it is not always related with a node. Contrary to status data, that save information related to a node. 


This is the schema for the opstatus collection:


"details":"completed successfully, backup saved as /usr/local/nmis9/backups/nmis-config-backup-2019-04-22-2218.tar.gz",

opStatus data can be visualised on the NMIS9 interface:

How NMIS9 handles opStatus data

$expire_at = $statusrec->{time} + ( $self->config->{purge_opstatus_after} || 60 * 86400 );

How OMK handles opStatus data