In this section the graph prototypes of a low-level discovery rule on the host are displayed. Graph prototypes are the basis of real host graphs that are created during low-level discovery.
|Name||Name of the graph prototype, displayed as a blue link.
Clicking on the name opens the graph prototype configuration form.
If the graph prototype belongs to a linked template, the template name is displayed before the graph name, as a gray link. Clicking on the template link will open the graph prototype list on the linked template level.
|Width||Width of the graph prototype is displayed.|
|Height||Height of the graph prototype is displayed.|
|Type||Type of the graph prototype is displayed - Normal, Stacked, Pie or Exploded.|
|Discover||Discover the graph based on this prototype:
Yes - discover
No - do not discover. You can switch between 'Yes' and 'No' by clicking on them.
To configure a new graph prototype, click on the Create graph prototype button at the top right corner.
Buttons below the list offer some mass-editing options:
To use these options, mark the checkboxes before the respective graph prototypes, then click on the required button.