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XpoLog enables you to determine the contents and display of the Problems Graph using the buttons located on the Problems Graph toolbar – on the left, the display control buttons: Total View and Risk View, and on the right, the content control buttons: Summary View and Split View.

A graph in Split View displays one line per source of problems in that timeslot, where each line represents the number of problems in a single source of problems. Also, the Summary View is displayed in the background.
A graph in Summary View displays a single line to represent all problems from all problem sources.

A graph in Total View shows the distribution of problems in a line graph (the default). A line graph shows how the number of problems change from one point in time to the next.  
A graph in Risk View shows the distribution of problems in a bar graph. The height of each bar is according to the number of problems that occurred at the specific time. A bar does not appear at times when no problems were detected.

The Problems Graph can display four types of analyses, from the four possible combinations of display and control buttons, as follows:

  • Total Summary
  • Total Split
  • Risk Summary
  • Risk Split

Total Summary

The Total Summary graph presents the total number of events in all the selected logs, with the top of the graph showing different measurements points of different colors that indicate the severity of the problems:

  • Green – No problems were found at that time.
  • Yellow – Most of the problems found at that time are of low severity.
  • Orange – Most of the problems found at that time are of medium severity.
  • Red – Problems of high severity were found at that time.

Note: Analytics automatically assigns a severity level to all problems, except predefined problems and server metrics, for which users determine the severity level. Hovering over a measurement point displays a table for a single source of problems, unless the measurement point is the same for more than one problem source, in which case the table shows the problem distribution for all the problem sources passing through that point.

To display your graph in Total Summary View:

  • In the Problems Graph Toolbar, on the left side, click the Total View button, and on the right side, click the Summary View button.

Total Split

The Total Split graph presents each of the members (based on the view – logs/applications/servers) individually, with its own problems mapped over time. In the background, the Total Summary graph is presented.

To display your graph in Total Split View:

  • In the Problems Graph Toolbar, on the left side, click the Total View button, and on the right side, click the Split View button.

Risk Summary

The Risk Summary graph is the same as the Total Summary Graph, but in bars format. For each time slot, the bar level represents the maximal severity that was found at that time. In the background, the Total Summary graph is presented.

To display your graph in Risk Summary View:

  • In the Problems Graph Toolbar, on the left side, click the Risk View button, and on the right side, click the Summary View button.

Risk Split

The Risk Split graph is the same as the Total Split graph, but in bars format. For each time slot, each bar level represents the maximal severity that was found at that time for a specific member (based on the view –- logs/applications/servers). In the background, the Total Summary graph is presented.

To display your graph in Risk Split View:

  • In the Problems Graph Toolbar, on the left side, click the Risk View button, and on the right side, click the Split View button.

 

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