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Standard User Lethe
(fountain of knowledge) Sat 30-Mar-13 14:38:42
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Time appears offset


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There appears to be a strange offset on the time (x axis) going on.

I got up this morning at around 07:30 and checked my graph and turned it off. This shows on the graph as before 07:00?

Then later I turned it on again, and around 14:20 set router back to 'auto' so it dropped and resync'ed. This shows at about 13:50?

Ideas?

http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/ddc0718c7e5...

Nick
Standard User Lethe
(fountain of knowledge) Sat 30-Mar-13 16:10:44
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Weird. The time now shows correct (it was lagging by about 30 minutes).

Somebody done something?

Nick
Standard User billford
(elder) Sat 30-Mar-13 16:17:55
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I know that when a BQM is initially set up the time axis is a bit odd until it's got a full 24-hours worth of data, it could be that the "off" period confused it.

If it settles down I wouldn't worry about it.

Bill
A level playing field is level in both directions.________________Planes and Boats and ... _____________BQMs: IPv4 IPv6


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Standard User Lethe
(fountain of knowledge) Sat 30-Mar-13 16:19:31
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Ahh. That's called a bug smile

Nick
Standard User billford
(elder) Sat 30-Mar-13 16:25:13
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Re: Time appears offset


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Yes, but note the green "sticker" at the top/middle of the graph- that can cover a multitude of sins tongue

Bill
A level playing field is level in both directions.________________Planes and Boats and ... _____________BQMs: IPv4 IPv6
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