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1 Graphs

Overview

Host graphs can be accessed from Monitoring → Hosts by clicking on Graphs for the respective host.

Any custom graph that has been configured for the host can be displayed, as well as any simple graph.

Graphs are sorted by:

  • graph name (custom graphs)
  • item name (simple graphs)

Graphs for disabled hosts are also accessible.

Time period selector

Take note of the time period selector above the graph. It allows selecting often required periods with one mouse click.

See also: Time period selector

Using filter

To view a specific graph, select it in the filter. The filter allows to specify the host, the graph name and the Show option (all/host graphs/simple graphs).

If no host is selected in the filter, no graphs are displayed.

Using subfilter

The subfilter is useful for a quick one-click access to related graphs. The subfilter operates autonomously from the main filter - results are filtered immediately, no need to click on Apply in the main filter.

Note that the subfilter only allows to further modify the filtering from the main filter.

Unlike the main filter, the subfilter is updated together with each table refresh request to always get up-to-date information of available filtering options and their counter numbers.

The subfilter shows clickable links allowing to filter graphs based on a common entity - the tag name or tag value. As soon as the entity is clicked, graphs are immediately filtered; the selected entity is highlighted with gray background. To remove the filtering, click on the entity again. To add another entity to the filtered results, click on another entity.

The number of entities displayed is limited to 100 horizontally. If there are more, a three-dot icon is displayed at the end; it is not clickable. Vertical lists (such as tags with their values) are limited to 20 entries. If there are more, a three-dot icon is displayed; it is not clickable.

A number next to each clickable entity indicates the number of graphs it has in the results of the main filter.

Once one entity is selected, the numbers with other available entities are displayed with a plus sign indicating how many graphs may be added to the current selection.

Buttons

View mode buttons, being common for all sections, are described on the Monitoring page.