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Hardware Health Chart

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Created by Nigel, last modified by Nigel on Sep 13, 2017

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This resource provides a chart comparing statistics for all or selected sensors in an array, and shows how they have performed over a given period of time in relation to one another.

Use the zoom buttons to restrict the display period to one, 12 or 24 hours, or use the sliders and the scroll bar to zoom in on a specific time period.

Tabs at the top of the chart allow you to quickly navigate between the different sensor types (for example, Fan or Temperature).

This view is hidden if hardware monitoring is disabled.

Click Edit to:

  • Change the title and subtitle
  • Select the temperature units (Fahrenheit or Celsius)

    This will affect all charts that display temperature for the current user, not just the current array.

  • Change the default zoom range (this can be from the last hour to the last year, with the default being today since midnight).
  • Change the amount of historical data to load (this can be between the last day and the last year)
  • Change the sample interval

    Data collected during the specified interval will be summarized and displayed as a single point or bar in the in the chart.

  • Add a chart title and subtitle
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