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Standard User Jrcsfaulkner
(newbie) Tue 15-Apr-14 02:29:05
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Help with graph


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I'm new to the bqm. I'm still not sure how to interpret my graph. I'm monitoring from the US so my min latency is high as expected, but I would like help interpreting the yellow "maximums" that seem to spike every few hours even when no one is at home or everyone is sleeping. Can someone help?

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Tue 15-Apr-14 10:34:54
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Re: Help with graph


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Using timings in the graph

The block between 12am and 2am looks to be real traffic.

The 2pm, 8pm and 8am look more like a regular upload of data or similar e.g. automated backup or router going into a housekeeping mode where its CPU is busy doing other stuff. You don't happen to be running a SamKnows testing unit for the FCC?

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Standard User Jrcsfaulkner
(newbie) Wed 16-Apr-14 02:11:52
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Re: Help with graph


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Thnx. No To whatever the other thing is.

Is there a way to zoom in on the timeline?


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 16-Apr-14 09:25:01
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No

Sorry - developer resources (me) are stretched

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