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The Min/Max/Avg values appear the same in Performance Analysis

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Updated March 14, 2017


The values in the Minimum, Maximum, and Average metrics appear the same.



Any product running on Orion Platform version 2017.1 and supports Performance Analysis dashboards, such as:

  • NPM 12.1
  • SAM 6.4
  • VIM 7.1 (VMAN integrated with Orion)
  • NTA 4.2.2
  • SRM 6.4
  • WPM 2.2.1


This is due to data aggregation. When the time range is small, the values average to the same values. When the time range is larger, the metrics show differences.




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