After upgrading to v5.0.3.135 something changed in the autoscaling of the graphs. This causes the graphs to be empty on some devices

For example, i have a router having a normal bandwidth of about 100 - 200 Kbit, but the graph is showing a maximum value of 10 Mbit, causing the current value to be to small to notice. Can i do anything to improve this scaling ?

Regards, Tom

asked 28 Jan '13, 05:43

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Hi Tom --

In 5.0.2 and earlier, the bandwidth graphs used a dynamic scale, which made it very hard to compare them, or in some cases notice big changes in the graph. Now it uses a fixed scale, which you can configure.

In HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\PowerAdminServerMonitor (or HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\Wow6432Node\PowerAdminServerMonitor) set

StatusReport_BandwidthUnit

to K, M or G

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answered 28 Jan '13, 14:07

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Hi

As we monitor a lot of different devices 1 global setting will not work for us. Is there an option to to go back to autoscaling in 5.03 or to configure this per device ?

Regards, Tom

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answered 28 Jan '13, 16:11

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Hi Tom --

We've updated the latest Preview build so you can set that registry value to A (for auto-scale) and it should work like it did before.

As a side note, we're currently working on making all of the charts much more flexible and configurable. Stay tuned! :)

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answered 30 Jan '13, 13:38

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