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View historical graphs

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You can view a graph of the data captured about your devices. The graph is derived from the database created while monitoring CPU loads. This graph performs trend analysis, and it can be modified to display specific time periods, allowing a clear view of before and after upgrade performance.

  1. Click Devices > Historical Graph.
  2. To change time periods, click Period, and then click the period you want, including a custom period.
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