Discovery status The Discovery Status interface (Discovery > Status) displays all the details of a Discovery. Each record in the Status list represents the execution of a Discovery by a schedule and displays such high level information as the date of the Discovery, the mode, the number of probe messages sent to devices, and the number of sensor records that were processed. From this record, you can drill down into the following data: Probe and sensor records, including the instructions given to the probes and the information returned The relationships between the probes and sensors All log entries for the Discovery Specific information about devices discovered Use this data to troubleshoot the behavior of individual probes and sensors or even run those elements separately. Use the status controls to enter probe/sensor threads at any point for a specific Discovery, and then follow the process in either direction. Discovery status recordBy default, only 30 days of Discovery records are displayed in the status list at a time.Create a Discovery StatusA Discovery uses a Discovery Schedule to launch probes and sensors for Network Discovery. Cancel a Discovery StatusDiscovery can cancel a status.Discovery status timelinesA Discovery Timeline generates a graphical display of the Discovery Status records for a Discovery, including information about each probe and sensor running. Discovery logThe Discovery Log displays all the activity for this Discovery, including such things as classification failures, CMDB updates, and authentication failures.Discovery status devicesSelect the Devices Related List to view a summary for all the devices scanned.Discovery ECC queueThe External Communication Channel (ECC) Queue lets you see all probe and sensor records for a particular device for a particular Discovery.