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Perf - System Uptime - Failing due to number format

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I have just started at a new organisation and have noticed a number of servers with the following problem (around 15 servers)
Could this be caused by having servers with excessive uptime?
There are a number of servers which have been up for hundreds of days however are failing the "Perf - System uptime" monitor.

 

When I take a look at a server that is on the same network as the failing servers I have noticed the following

Working Server
Days              : 1
Hours             : 14
Minutes           : 33
Seconds           : 33
Milliseconds      : 33
Ticks             : 1388130338750
TotalDays         : 1.606632336516
TotalHours        : 38.55917607638
TotalMinutes      : 2313.550564583
TotalSeconds      : 138813.033875
TotalMilliseconds : 138813033.875

The return information on the status page is 156146.8
The number on the result area on the config is 5184000

Guessing those figures equate to time up although not sure what they mean exactly.
When I do a test, the result that I get is SUCCESS - 139711.2 which seems damn close to the Ticks number above so guessing that is what it is going of and grabbing.

 

Failing Server
Days              : 774
Hours             : 4
Minutes           : 13
Seconds           : 11
Milliseconds      : 327
Ticks             : 668887913278030
TotalDays         : 774.175825553275
TotalHours        : 18580.2198132786
TotalMinutes      : 1114813.18879672
TotalSeconds      : 66888791.327803
TotalMilliseconds : 66888791327.803

The return information on the status page is 4.677264E 07
The number on the result area on the config is 5184000

When I do a test, the result that I get is FAILED - 6.68862E 07 which appears as if it either has trouble counting that high or is using something like Hex to count.
I am guessing that it counts that number as a 6 and because 6 is less than the uptime threshold that is why it is failing.

Is this a simple fix or something that others commonly see?

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OK I over road the group settings and increased the number in the configuration to 5221840000 and the test passed so am I right in thinking that I had this the wrong way around and this alert is actually to inform that the server has not been rebooted in 60+ days?

Its a bit counter intuitive but now having a think about it and having wrote it out like that, it now makes sense.

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