Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 534846
Show baseband + how much above/below for oob values
Last modified: 2014-11-09 17:48:40 EST
showing % above/below and baseline min/max
- provide a server method to obtain the last n OOBs for a certain resource
Thoughts on this problem...
maybe two new columns... "range" | "current"
They're still ordered by factor... which indicates how far out of range they are, but we show it to the user in a way they expect.
Metric Range Current
Free Heap 230MB to 120MB 95MB
Active Threads 72 to 85 107
I put the baseline ordering max to min for under values and min to max for over values
Greg, just to be sure: with "current" -- do you mean the last live value or the value from that time the recorded OOB happened?
right... no, not the last live value... the max out of range value
heiko, make sure you add the oob mini-table to summary>overview after you're finished with the domain model additions. see ResourceOverviewUIBean and overview.xhtml
<ghinkle> that's the problem resources page under the subsystems menu
on this page, i see columns
Out of range factor (%)
60.3MB - 67.4MB, 53.5MB, 96
These appear to be correct, with the first being the band set for that measurement, the outlier being the last measurement i got (as it happens), and the out of range % looks to be about right - the band is about 7mb wide, and the outlier is about 7mb below the band.
This bug was previously known as http://jira.rhq-project.org/browse/RHQ-1602
This bug relates to RHQ-1595
Mass move to component = Monitoring