Sue,

Unless there are other graphs I haven't found these graphs don't perform the task Rob references and that MANY of my customers utilize. Yes they are functional and provide good information. They are great for analysis and investigation with many views offered only here.

But they cannot:

1) Group together multiple graphs in one view that can be sized to any screen, re-arranged to taste, adjusted for min/max value and time window.

2) Display data from multiple systems at one time each with custom graph colors and line styles.

3) Set up this collection to be easily started with just a couple clicks.

4) Automatically refresh so that current data is always displayed including tracking one graph with detail and even further detail within that. (For example active jobs sorted by CPU and then watch the CPU of a specific job.)

5) Execute trigger events when thresholds are exceeded or reset.

- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis

www.Frankeni.com
www.iDevCloud.com - Personal Development IBM i timeshare service.
www.iInTheCloud.com - Commercial IBM i Cloud Hosting.

On 8/18/2015 10:40 PM, Sue Baker wrote:
rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote on Tue, 18 Aug
2015 16:41:45 GMT:

The main thing I use iNav for is Management Central, to view
performance on multiple systems.


Have you looked at the monitors that can be set up via Navigator
for i?

Communications lines, LAN utilizations, disk arm utilization,
ASP utiization, CPU utilization, DB rates, response times, spool
file creation rate, machine pool fault rate, user pool fault
rates, temporary storage utilization, and more are available and
have been since spring of 2014.

Information about the monitors can be found at the IBM i
Technology Updates wiki in developerWorks and Knowledge Center.

https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/wikis/home/wiki/IBM
%20i%20Technology%20Updates/page/System%20Monitor%20specifics

and

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ssw_ibm_i_
72/rzahx/rzahxmonparent.htm


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