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The Real Time tab presents the overall real-time performance data on a single graph. The graph displays the following statistics for each server.
|Requests (last 60s)||The number of requests in the last 60 seconds. The
|Average Response Time (last 60s)||The average response time in the last 60 seconds. The
|Free Physical Memory||The amount of available physical memory, in megabytes. The
|Working Set||The amount of physical memory that is being used by the working set. The
|Virtual Memory||The amount of virtual memory that is in use. The
|Page File Usage||The amount of the page file that is in use, in bytes. The
IDOL Admin displays the following additional statistics for the Content component.
|Documents||The total number of documents in the data index. The
|Document Count Change||The change in the number of documents in the data index.|
By default, the graph displays all of these statistics. The different axis values are displayed in the same color as the corresponding graph line. Hovering over a data point displays the statistic name and value.
You can customize the display of the data by using the following options at the top of the page.
Click Hide Legend to hide the legend displayed in the lower-right corner of the graph.
Click Update to refresh the graph. You can also choose intervals to automatically refresh the graph. Click the arrow beside Update to display a list with the available intervals.
Click Zoom to Fit to zoom to a magnification that shows all the graph lines. You can also choose intervals to automatically refresh the graph magnification to best fit the graph lines. Click the arrow beside Zoom to Fit to display a list with the available intervals.
You can hide a statistic by clicking its name in the legend or in the list that appears if you click the arrow beside Show All Data. After the name is grayed out, you can click it again to display it. Click Show All Data to make all statistics visible.
Click Clear to delete all data from the graph. To delete all data from before a particular time, click the arrow beside Clear and choose an option from the list.
Click Downsample to reduce the number of data points for each statistic. Downsampling automatically runs every two hours, reducing the number of datapoints progressively based on the age of the data.