About Configuration Manager Tally Intervals

 

Applies To: System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1, System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager is configured with 16 default tally intervals. The intervals for a site are maintained in the site control file. The values are stored in the order that is shown in the following table. For information about accessing these values in the site control file, see the example at the end of this topic.

Note

You can use only the tally intervals that are listed in the table in your queries. When you use a tally interval that is not from the list, an object is returned that contains no data.

Schedule

Tally Interval

Class

Since 12:00AM

0001128000100008

SMS_ST_RecurInterval

Since 04:00AM

0081128000100008

SMS_ST_RecurInterval

Since 08:00AM

0101128000100008

SMS_ST_RecurInterval

Since 12:00PM

0181128000100008

SMS_ST_RecurInterval

Since 04:00PM

0201128000100008

SMS_ST_RecurInterval

Since 08:00PM

0281128000100008

SMS_ST_RecurInterval

Since Sunday

0001128000192000

SMS_ST_RecurWeekly

Since Monday

00011280001A2000

SMS_ST_RecurWeekly

Since Tuesday

00011280001B2000

SMS_ST_RecurWeekly

Since Wednesday

00011280001C2000

SMS_ST_RecurWeekly

Since Thursday

00011280001D2000

SMS_ST_RecurWeekly

Since Friday

00011280001E2000

SMS_ST_RecurWeekly

Since Saturday

00011280001F2000

SMS_ST_RecurWeekly

Since 1st of month

000A470000284400

SMS_ST_RecurMonthlyByDate

Since 15th of month

000A4700002BC400

SMS_ST_NonRecurring

Since site installation

0001128000080008

SMS_ST_NonRecurring

The Schedule column is the beginning value of the tally interval. You interpret the beginning value of the tally interval as, "Give me the tallies since Monday." The end of the tally interval is always the current time. The complete tally interval is the same as saying, "Give me all the tallies from Monday to the current time."

The classes listed in the tally interval table are embedded schedule token classes that you can use to interpret the interval string. You use the ReadFromString method of the SMS_ScheduleMethods class to interpret an interval string. This method breaks the interval string into its components and returns the appropriate embedded object.

Tally intervals are commonly used in component (SMS_ComponentSummarizer) and site detail (SMS_SiteDetailSummarizer) summarizer queries. For more information, see About Configuration Manager Status Summarizers.

See Also

About Configuration Manager Status Summarizers
Configuration Manager Status and Summarizers
Status Server WMI Classes