Min & Max values for Performance Data

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Min & Max values for Performance Data

Postby shuvaday » Mon Aug 07, 2017 3:48 am

Hello All

For performance data,we are suing the format:
<Health-Status>|‘label’=value[UOM];[warn] ;[crit];[min];[max]

Where:
1. Health status is the health of the component .
2. Label is the graph label ,for example instance id
3. Value is the value of the metric of the component.
4. UOM: measure unit (octets, bits/s, volts, …)
5. warn: WARNING threshold
6. crit: CRITICAL threshold
7. min: minimal value of control
8. max: maximal value of control


Can someone please help me to understand what is the meaning of min and max values?
I am trying to pass values for them,while graphing its giving error "invalid option -- 'lower ==<somevalue>'”".Kindly please help me to understand where am I going worng.

Thanks in advance :)
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Re: Min & Max values for Performance Data

Postby dwhitfield » Mon Aug 07, 2017 3:34 pm

I'm not sure I understand the question. First off, is this XI or Core?

If Core, can you show the full check you are using?

If XI, can you PM me your Profile? You can download it by going to Admin > System Config > System Profile and click the ***Download Profile*** button towards the top. If for whatever reason you *cannot* download the profile, please put the output of View System Info (5.3.4+, Show Profile if older) in the thread (that will at least get us some info). This will give us access to many of the logs we would otherwise ask for individually. If security is a concern, you can unzip the profile take out what you like, and then zip it up again. We may end up needing something you remove, but we can ask for that specifically.

After you PM the profile, please update this thread. Updating this thread is the only way for it to show back up on our dashboard.
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