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==== Performance Gauge ==== ==== Performance Gauge ====
-Displays a single performance metric in gauge format.+Displays performance metrics in a gauge format. If there are multiple metrics, these will be summed together
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Configuration options: Configuration options:
-  * Host, Service and Metric: Values used to plot the gauge value+  * Host, Service and Metric: Values used to plot the gauge value. Can define multiple metrics
  * Metric label   * Metric label
  * Maximum value - required to set the gauge range   * Maximum value - required to set the gauge range
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  * Humanise values - this will normalise all values to a standard unit of measurement (for example, 3194MB will be normalised to bytes and thus return 3.19G). You will need to set the maximum value to be of the same scale   * Humanise values - this will normalise all values to a standard unit of measurement (for example, 3194MB will be normalised to bytes and thus return 3.19G). You will need to set the maximum value to be of the same scale
 +**Note**: If you have multiple metrics and there is at least one valid metric value, the gauge will display the sum of the valid metric values and show a warning icon about the invalid metrics.
==== Performance Graph ==== ==== Performance Graph ====
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If the collector is a slave system, then the resolution will occur on the slave. If the collector is a slave system, then the resolution will occur on the slave.
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 +**Note**: If there is no data over the time period chosen, the dashlet will display //Data not available//.
==== Top 10 Port Transmitters and Top 10 Port Receivers ==== ==== Top 10 Port Transmitters and Top 10 Port Receivers ====
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It is possible to share your dashboard with other users. Click on the Share My Dashboard button and you will be presented with a screen of all your dashboard tabs. It is possible to share your dashboard with other users. Click on the Share My Dashboard button and you will be presented with a screen of all your dashboard tabs.
-You can select a specific role for each dashboard so only users in that role will be allowed to view the dashboard tab. If no role is selected, then all users can import this dashboard.+If you have CONFIGUREROLES access, then you can choose specific roles for each dashboard tab so only users in that role will be allowed to import the dashboard tab into their list. If no role is selected, then all users can import this dashboard
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 +If you do not have CONFIGUREROLES, then you can restrict to users in your role or make it available to everyone.  
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 +If you stop making a dashboard tab shared, users will still have the tab in their list but on the next reload of Dashboard, it will be removed.
**Note**: You cannot change the role list if the dashboard is currently in use. **Note**: You cannot change the role list if the dashboard is currently in use.
 +**Note**: When you share your dashboard, the user is still bound by their permissions in the Opsview system, so the user may see different host groups, hosts or services.
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 +**Note**: The user's access list, eg CONFIGUREROLES, is cached at Dashboard load time and a page reload is required to refresh this cache.
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 +===== Read-Only Dashboard User =====
 +You can set users to be read-only dashboard users, so they have a subset of functionality.
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 +Read-only dashboard users will be able to:
 +  * add shared dashboard tabs
 +  * remove dashboard tabs
 +  * reorder dashboard tabs
 +  * save their dashboard view settings, such as the currently active tab, if rotating dashboards is set, dashlet drawer open/close, and full screen mode
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 +Read-only dashboard users will not be able to:
 +  * add a private dashboard
 +  * edit, add, clone or move dashlets
 +  * set a dashboard to be shared
 +  * make any multi-master changes
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 +To mark a user as a read-only dashboard user, remove the [[opsview4.6:access|DASHBOARDEDIT access]] from the relevant role.
===== Multi-Master ===== ===== Multi-Master =====
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**Note**: The password for the multi-master connection will be saved encrypted in the Opsview database. **Note**: The password for the multi-master connection will be saved encrypted in the Opsview database.
-====== Known Browser Issues ======+====== Known Issues ======
  * For Internet Explorer browsers, the dashboard tabs cannot be dragged beyond the 1st tab to the left of the dragged tab. It is possible to drag if the mouse is dragged to the left within the main dashboard area. Dragging to the right works correctly.   * For Internet Explorer browsers, the dashboard tabs cannot be dragged beyond the 1st tab to the left of the dragged tab. It is possible to drag if the mouse is dragged to the left within the main dashboard area. Dragging to the right works correctly.
  * For IE10, the Note Pad dashlet sometimes has the toolbar in a disabled state. Reloading will always make the dashlet work again.   * For IE10, the Note Pad dashlet sometimes has the toolbar in a disabled state. Reloading will always make the dashlet work again.
-  * For IE8, the pie chart dashlet will not display a sparkline when hoving over slices due to slow performance in this browser. 
   
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====== Troubleshooting ====== ====== Troubleshooting ======
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