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 Post subject: Aggregates using CPU Utilization broken in 1.2.2
PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 4:02 pm 
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We have a number of aggregate graphs that use the "Host MIB - CPU Utilization" graph. After the upgrade 10 1.2.2, all of these graphs look like the following:

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If I recreate the graphs and then the aggregate, they then display correctly but I'd rather not do that. Is there any other way to fix this?


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 Post subject: Re: Aggregates using CPU Utilization broken in 1.2.2
PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 4:14 pm 
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Update on this...

In 1.1.37, we would always create a "Host MIB - CPU Utilization" for each CPU via "New Graphs". After the graphs were created, we would then create an aggregate from them. Then, we would select the individual CPU graphs and delete them, selecting the option on the delete screen to "Delete all Data Source(s) referenced by these Graph(s) that are not in use elsewhere." The individual graphs were deleted, the associated data sources were not deleted, and the aggregate would continue to function.

Now it looks like if there is no corresponding individual CPU graph (having just the data source is no longer enough), then the aggregate throws the error I am seeing. Was that an intended change?


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