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davegold
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Monitor units not standarized

Post by davegold » Jul 24, 2012 4:41 pm

Hi,

I've noticed in Veeam Monitor 6.0.0.520 that the units are not standardized/consistent within a view. For instance, if I look at the CPU for the previous day for all the vm's in a folder, some show Mhz, some show Ghz.

I might be missing a setting somewhere--if I'm not, could this be logged as an RFE for the next patch/version of VeeamOne?

--Dave

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Re: Monitor units not standarized

Post by Vitaliy S. » Jul 24, 2012 7:16 pm

Hi Dave,

We are using a "scalable" way of showing measurement units. This approach depends on the actual value you have for CPU, Memory other performance subsystems. If you have the average CPU usage less than 1 Ghz, then MHz will be chosen to display CPU resource usage. This was done on purpose, as this approach should allow you to have the most accurate number to be displayed no matter what measurement unit is used.

Thanks!

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