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24.1 Overview Sparkline Graphs

Each group, cluster, and asset displays a different set of default sparkline graphs. The default graphs are directly relevant to the selected asset.

For example, the Global Overview displays the following by default:

Figure 24.2 Global Overview Default Sparklines

Example of default set of sparkline graphs on Global Overview.

The MySQL InnoDB Cluster Overview displays the following graphs by default:

Figure 24.3 MySQL InnoDB Cluster Default Sparklines

Example of default set of sparkline graphs on MySQL InnoDB Cluster Overview.

If you select an individual asset, such as a MySQL Instance, the following, default graphs are displayed:

Figure 24.4 MySQL Instance Overview Default Sparklines

Example of default set of sparkline graphs for the MySQL Instance Overview.


The red points are the highest value, while the values in blue, at the right side of the graph, are the most recent values.

Customize the Default Graphs

The graphs are customizable. To change a graph, do the following:

  1. Select the Settings button, the gear on the right side of the Overview page. The Instruments list is displayed:

    Figure 24.5 Customize Overview Sparkline Graphs

    Example of customizing sparkline graphs on Global Overview. Diagram is described in the surrounding text.

  2. Click inside the Instruments field and select the required graph from the drop-down list.

  3. To remove a graph, click the X in the top-right corner of the graph name.

  4. To close the Instruments list, click the gear icon again. Your selection is saved for all future sessions.

  5. To reset the sparklines to the default, open the Instruments list and click the Reset to Default button.

  6. To set a time interval for the graph data, select one of the interval values. The interval is saved for the selected targets.

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