1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 16, 2011 11:26 AM by Andy McBride

    Can Orion to produce graphs with a logarithmic scale for the Y axis

    BryanBecker

      Wondering if it’s possible for Orion to produce graphs with a logarithmic scale for the Y axis.

       

      Background:

      We have a 10 G circuit running about 10 errors per second under normal circumstances.

      We got the carrier involved to resolve the issue which included taking the circuit down for testing.

      During the time the circuit was out of service the reported error rates was about 800 per second.

      The issue was corrected and the circuit put back in service.

       

      Looking at  the interface errors graph covering both the time period before during and after the repair the only

      thing that’s obvious is that we had a large number of errors when the circuit was down for repair.

      It’s not possible to graphically  compare the error rate before repair to the rate after the repair as the very large

      number of errors during the repair masked the significantly smaller number of errors before and after the repair.

      The raw data clearly shows the error rate before, during and after the repair.