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Windows CPU Load Graph question

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Why is there a % representation on both sides of the graph? On the left it goes from 0 - 100%. On the right it's kind of a fluctuation between 0 and 10%.

Seems just one out of the 20+ processors are running at about 7%, which is correct. But the problem is that this one processor seems to be represented by the right hand side of the graph. It's confusing because when looking at the graph on it's own without the data table it appears the one processor is running between 60% or 80% on the left hand side.

Is there any way to disable the right hand side of the graph from putting up it's own percentages? Or to get that processor to be represented by the left hand side like all the others?

I don't know how to imbed an image but here is a link to the graph and a bit of the live data:

http://i.imgur.com/2yt8JyR.png

cpu-load graphs prtg

Created on Mar 14, 2016 11:19:15 AM by  dreniarb (10) 1



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Additional scales will be displayed when in one of the channels (Processor 1, Processor 2, .....) a customized Vertical Axis Scaling has been configured (instead of Automatic Scaling which is the default setting). Click on each channel in Overview tab to enter its settings to see which one has such a setting and reset it to Automatic Scaling.

See also PRTG Manual: Sensor Channels Settings.

Kind regards.

Created on Mar 15, 2016 3:36:18 PM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]

Last change on Mar 15, 2016 3:36:30 PM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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