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Charts

Created by Aileen de Lara_ret, last modified by Aileen de Lara_ret on Jan 12, 2017

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Toolset Network Performance Monitor provides charts for viewing both object-wide summaries and specific object statistics.

View charts

  1. Browse to the location in the tree.
    For example, to view a summary chart, expand Summary Charts. To view a chart for a specific SNMP enabled node, expand the node, and then expand the category of the property, for example, expand CPU Load and Memory Use.
  2. Click the chart you want to view.
  • You can zoom into a section of a chart by drawing a box around the area of interest.
  • To ensure the most up-to-date data is displayed in the chart, click Autorefresh (File:Success_Center/New_Articles/ETS-MindTouchForReuse/050/0P0/0D0/03000022.png).
    Autorefresh also returns the chart to the default state.
  • Select or specify a time period by clicking the tab below the chart.
    Click Custom Period to specify a time period not included as a tab.
  • If your chart contains data generated prior to data summarization, you will see a single value for minimum, maximum, and average values. After summarization, this data is available as two distinct values.

Customize charts

Chart customizations are available to ensure your charts display what you want, in the detail you want.

  1. Open the chart you want to customize, and then click Custom in the toolbar.
  2. Specify the customizations you want on the different tabs, and then click OK.
    For example, you can change the number of places beyond the decimal point to display in the Numeric Precision grouping of the General tab.

Export charts

You can export charts in different formats.

  1. Open the chart you want to customize, and then click Custom in the toolbar.
  2. Click Export.
  3. Specify the format, destination, and size, and then click Export.

Add value tables to charts

You can add a table of data along the bottom of the chart by clicking Table in the toolbar. The values displayed in the table depend on the viewed chart. For example, adding the table to a Min/Max Average CPU Load provides a table of minimum CPU load, maximum CPU load, and average CPU load. Values in the table are aligned with the time displayed at the bottom of the chart.

 
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