1 Reply Latest reply on May 7, 2010 11:52 AM by Jan.Krivanek

    Problems with Top xx Protocols graphs

    MFA

      I have attached 2 graphs.

       

       

      These graphs are snapshots from the same endpoint view i NTA. The only difference is the timescale of the graphs. My problem is that the x-scale (KBPS) changes in the 2 views. If the time scale = today the max KPBS equals 2,8 Mbps, but if the time scale = last 2 hours the KPBS equals 4,7 Mbps.

      Is this a bug?

        • Re: Problems with Top xx Protocols graphs

          Dear MFA, this is rather by the nature of compressed (collapsed) data. To prevent bloating of our database tables we perform several levels of so called collapsion in some time intervals - so for last two hours you have data with bigger granularity then for last day, where data are "averaged" - so instead of your spike to 4,5 Mbps (in last two hours chart) you se rather flat area (in today chart) - but the average rate (area under that part of chart) are same.