I have a performance monitor set up with:

Processor Memory Network adapter 1 Network adapter 2

But in the graphs I dont get the network adapters. Is there any way to show it up?

I can´t upload pictures but you can see that monitor at:

http://imef.org/graphs.jpg

THANKS!!!

asked 12 Nov '14, 14:25

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Hi alejnadro,

You can add customer graphs to your Server Summary reports by following the instructions in Configuring Charts section on Server Status Report page.

You may want to add an Alias to your counters and then use that alias as the source item when adding a Custom Performance Counter chart.

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answered 13 Nov '14, 11:48

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Thanks!

However that particular data (network adapter) is not shown following those instructions, I can only see "network adapter in (SNMP)" and "network adapter out (SNMP)

I guess if a particular object is not shown then I cannot be graphed?

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answered 13 Nov '14, 12:20

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Would you please send me screenshots of your monitor's setup and the counter's setup, also please send me a screenshot of how you setup your graph. support@poweradmin.com

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