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Sys Maintenance: Edit Properties of Statistics Gauges

Document created by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Sep 14, 2017Last modified by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Nov 18, 2020
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The Gauges section of the Service Stats view presents statistics in the form of an analog gauge. The properties of each individual gauge are editable; all gauges have an editable title and some have additional editable properties. 

Edit Properties of a Gauge

  1. Go to (Admin) > Services
    The Admin Services view is displayed. 
  2. Select a service and select View > Stats in the Actions column.
    The Service Stats view includes the Gauges section. 
  3. Go to the gauge for which you want to edit properties (for example,  Memory Process).

    Memory Process gauge

  4. Click the Properties icon (Properties icon) to display the parameter names and values.
  5. To highlight the value of the Display Name field, double-click on the value; for example, Memory Process.

Note: Clicking the other two values does nothing because the properties are not editable in the gauge.

  1. Type a new value for the Display Name and click the Properties icon (Properties icon).
    The new title replaces Memory Process.

Add Stats to the Gauges Section

You can add more gauges by dragging a statistic from the Chart Stats Tray into the Gauges section.

  1. To expand the Chart Stats Tray, click Expand icon.
  2. Scroll down and select a statistic, for example, Session Rate (maximum).
  3. Drag the statistic to the Gauges section.
    The new gauge is displayed in the Gauges section.

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