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DCE: Differences in graph and table values in reports

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DCE: Differences in graph and table values in reports

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Christian Riis on 2016-02-26


A customer has some cases where the graphical report in Data Center Expert are not showing the same values as in the table view:

That makes it difficult to trust the graphical reports.

Is this a known issue or is there a workaround?

--Christian

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Re: DCE: Differences in graph and table values in reports

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Steven Marchetti on 2016-02-26


Hi Christian,

 

My first thought on this would be to check out k-base FA158422. It states that ISXC / DCE "graphs may not include all data points including some peaks or valleys". This will in part be based on how many data points are being graphed. I would suggest verifying this is what's happening by graphing that specific day instead of the 2 weeks that are graphed on that image. Please also keep in mind that if this is a critical value, DCE can always alert based on that state change.


Thanks,

Steve

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