Click New Chart option on the Create New Dashboard page.

Select the desired type of counter - MySQL or System.

  • Caption: Enter an appropriate name for your chart.
  • SeriesCaption: Specify the names of all the graphs that are going to be plotted. Example: ["Attempts", "Refused", "Terminated abruptly"] Here 'Attempts', 'Refused' and 'Terminated abruptly' are the names of the graphs that are going to be plotted on this new chart being created.
  • SeriesValues: Specify a JavaScript array of strings to be used as captions for each series in the chart. Please refer Monyog object model for more details.
  • This chart shows boolean values: Enable this option if the chart displays only on and off status.
  • Unit: Specify a JavaScript array of strings to be used as y-axis unit in the chart. Ex: ['','KB','MB','GB','TB']
  • Unit Factor: Define the limit on reaching which the unit should be incremented. Ex: if this value is 1024 then, 1024 = 1KB, 1024KB=1MB and so on.
  • ChartValue: Controls how values in the series are plotted. Specifying "Delta" causes the difference between values from the last two data collections to be plotted. Specifying "Current" causes the current value to be plotted as it is.
  • Uptime: Selecting "Yes" indicates that this Charts chart will plot cumulative values which increase with time.

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