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Performance chart time ranges and their corresponding units

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Updated: June 16, 2017

Below are the SRM Profiler Performance chart time ranges and their corresponding units.

Time Ranges:

  • Last Six Hours – Uses Raw data
  • Last 24 Hours – Uses Hourly summary data
  • Last 7 Days – Uses Hourly summary data
  • Last 30 Days – Uses Daily summary data
  • Last Twelve Weeks – Uses Weekly summary data
  • Last Six Months – Uses Weekly summary data
  • Last Twelve Months – Uses Monthly summary data
  • Between [enter times]
    • If the difference between start and end time is less than 12 hours, the performance chart uses Raw data
    • If the difference between start and end time is less than 14 days, the performance chart uses Hourly data
    • If the difference between start and end time is less than 40 days, the performance chart uses Daily data
    • If the difference between start and end time is less than 40 weeks, the performance chart uses Weekly data
    • If the difference between start and end time is more than 40 weeks, the performance chart uses Monthly data

Summary Units:

  • Raw – The data polled from the configured device for a configured frequency
  • Hourly – SRM Profiler calculates summary data on an hourly basis
  • Daily – SRM Profiler calculates summary data on an daily basis
  • Weekly – SRM Profiler calculates summary data on an weekly basis
  • Monthly – SRM Profiler calculates summary data on a monthly basis
 
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