Why such colours selected, can I change them?
Colors and line styles provided by the database. You can manually change the color by right-mouse-click in the KPIs table.
Why same KPIs have same colour for the different tenants/hosts?
First, see the previous question. Second, it is actually a good thing: CPU is always red and memory is always green.
Where the data coming from?
m_load_history_service and m_load_history_host system views. Since v0.8 it is possible to switch to _sys_statistics.host… views which cover 42 days.
Why some KPIs has fraction and some don’t?
Everything is actually an integer in m_load_history… but some values are recalculated for the display (‘normalized’). If reclaculated maximum is < 10 - RybaFish puts the decimal point on it.
Why the chart jumps to the end of the period?
If “to:” is empty, the most recent data selected and displayed. If you want to avoid chart re-positioning - just put some date as the end of the period and position will not change on refresh.
How the statement execution time measured?
It is client-side measurement. Therefore it includes: prepare, execute and fetch. Highly depends on the network and the result size.
Is it possible to enable auto-commit?
At the moment - no. You need to do explicit “commit” if you need to persist your changes. Let me know if you need this auto-commit feature, it can be implemened short term (if eeded).
What status bar indicator colors mean?
There is a separate page on that, but in a nutshell:
- Light ray: connected, waiting.
- Dark gray: disconnected.
- Blue: synchronous call is running: usually connection or keep-alive execution.
- Bright green: asynchronous call is running. You can click on the indicator to see current runtime.
- Light green: the console is in auto-refresh mode.
- White: rendering the result.
- Red: error.