Hello, can take me one doubt in relation to the tales.
In this example I will use the print below, where we see the count in 3.9K, my doubt is this well, which means that 3.9K?
The count is a reflection of your time period. You are reporting a week's worth of data (7 days). That's divided into a number of periods. I see approximately 10 points in your graph between days. Based on that, each data point is representative of about 8,640 seconds (about 2.5 hours).
It's saying we collected a CPU measurement 3900 times in that interval, then averaged those values to provide the average CPU utilization of 24% during the 2.5 hours represented by the data point. If you look at just that 2.5 hours of data, you'll see different averages and counts throughout the period.
Hello! Tim McGaughey, Thank you so much!
This is really good...
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