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opsview4.6:dashboard [2014/10/30 16:09]
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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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**Note**: The user's access list, eg CONFIGUREROLES, is cached at Dashboard load time and a page reload is required to refresh this cache. **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
 +
 +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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