Introduction

Please find below two additional Chart examples related to our previous Article [Domino DB Access Chart - Example I] in which we are going to compare the figures with multiple servers.

Check the previous article regarding the prerequisites.

Example

Configuration

Column Chart with multiple Servers

You can depict an average of the three statistical time values and compare those values against multiple servers.

 

Option A: Create a Column Chart

-Drag & Drop a Column series and select all three statistics.

-Make sure that you select average value in data points as the Retrieval method


The following Data Items should appear in your Chart definition:


-Select more than one server on the Targets Tab and specify your schedule

-Whenever you have done this, just click on Generate Chart.

 

Adjust the Y-Axes in a way that the largest axis should become the maximum for all the others.

 

 

The comparison shows that the access time differs slightly between both servers.

 

Option B: Create a Column Chart with Line Series

-Drag & Drop a Line series and select all three statistics.

-Choose the same settings like above

-Generate Chart

Adjust the Y-Axes in a way that the largest axis should become the maximum for all the others.

 

 

Conclusion

You have now an understanding what possibilities you have to present and depict your data that have collected over time.
Line charts, like shown in the previous knowledge base article are the most common ones because you can make use of time axis (X-axis).

However in certain situation you just want to show average figures of the week or even of the month and compare them with other servers. One value would be in that case sufficient.

I just want to highlight again, that you can compare all the statistics with all other servers you have in your environment at any time.