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Creating graph from historical data

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Creating graph from historical data

Looking to create a graph from historical data of disk usage for a given day.  Have cpu getting beat up heavily and notice disk drives imbalance across cpu's so I want to understand where my pain comes from for the day overall and then determine which drives can be moved to better balance

 

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Re: Creating graph from historical data

Hi @smitty3501 

 

The following post describes how to graph the historical data:

https://community.ir.com/t5/General/How-to-utilize-Prognosis-Trouble-Shooting-database-to-view-the/m...

 

Hope it helps. 

 

Thanks

David 

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Re: Creating graph from historical data

Hi David, thanks for the response an I apologize for not being more specific.

Im looking for a single summary graph of cpu min,max, and average for a specific cpu.

I created a custom display but when I try to change the replay interval to 60  It still stays at 10 min an I cannot getthe 24hr graph that I am looking for

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Re: Creating graph from historical data

Hi @smitty3501 , depending on your collection interval, the chart interval can be got by the calculation of 24 hours divided by the collection interval. So you might increase your chart interval. If you need further assistance in achieving the graph you require please feel free to log a support case so we can look into it in details.  

 

Thanks

David 

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