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Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

Noted, added you as well to enhancement

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Level 7

Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

I was directed to this post to add my name with everyone eleses for multiple pollers in one chart....  This would also be a nice feature for us.....

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Level 9

Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

We're eagerly awaiting this functionality as well ! 

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Level 13

Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

I would like to see this as well. In addition, it would be great if we could combine multiple custom poller gauges into a single resource. This would free up a lot of space on a Node Details page.

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Re: Multiple pollers - one graph



I will add you to the existing enhancement request



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Is this feature in v10?

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Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

No this is not in v10, but on the list to add

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Level 7

Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

Another vote for this feature here, along with the ability to easily add statistics of a number of load balanced interfaces together to represent the total traffic in one graph. We have active/active links to our WAN but a single bandwidth limit applied at the carrier, to be able to report and alert on this statistic we have to resort to alternative open source platforms - seriously, get it sorted

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Level 14

Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

+1.  This and multiple guages from different nodes on the same page would allow NPM to finally have true "dashboard" functionality.

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Level 9

Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

We are Solarwinds Reseller and many of our customers have asked about this feature. I'll definetly have to add us to the list of folks asking for this one!

Any plans on including it on the short term?

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Re: Multiple pollers - one graph

I agree.  This "feature" has been a standard in open-source network monitoring applications for over 10 years.   The lack of this "feature" among others in a high end product like Orion was unimaginable.  I expected that the charts to be much more configurable.  I find it disappointing. Please work on this.

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