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Wait activity bars on DPA Home page

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Updated November 10, 2016

Overview

This article provides brief information on what the Wait column represents on the Home dashboard of DPA.

See screenshot below:

 

Environment

All DPA versions

Detail

The rectangles in the bar represent the amount of activity or wait time each database is encountering compared to the other instances you are monitoring, up to this point in the day.

 

For example, a database with 1 rectangle is not as active as the database with 2 rectangles, and so on.

 

If the bar for a database turns red, it means that this database instance is on track to have higher activity than normal.

 

 

 

 

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