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Why would SQL Anywhere Monitor 12.0.1.3810 widgets show vastly different metric values in a Graph display versus a Table display?

The following screenshot shows "CPU Usage 0% at 10:03" in the "CPU Usage History" graph on the left, as opposed to 38% in the "Key Performance Metrics" table on the right.

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In actual fact (as shown by the following Foxhound screenshot) the CPU Usage has been over 20% on a continuous basis for a long time. This isn't happenstance, the application is pounding the database without pause... there is no way that a CPU usage measurement of 0% could be taken during that period.

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asked 30 Nov '12, 10:10

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edited 30 Nov '12, 10:17

Well, are we waiting for a somewhat related announcement?

(30 Nov '12, 15:16) Volker Barth
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