Realtime data is tricky. You have polling limitations, which are a crucial part of fast working monitoring system.
By default, CPU data is polled from nodes using 10 minutes intervals, which is not even close to real time. There is a good reason for this, as the system would not be able to handle thousands of devices.
You may try to create a custom table or report using the last CPU value, which was polled from devices, but I am not sure if this is what you want.
The best way to achieve true real-time polling is to create New Analysis Report, which is a part of new PerfStack function.
The idea is to define a report with certain nodes and next to start the analysis in real-time. This graph will provide you true current values, frequently refreshed.
This data will be displayed as a graph with history and current, real-time values. You can have as many PerfStack reports as you need.
Or directly via Node details page:
Performance Analyzer -> Start Real-Time Polling
Would that be a solution for you?
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Yes I see my requirements are satisfied.
but I see different sampling of data when specifying different timeperiods for graph plotting.
How can I see what sampling is used under what duration ?