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    Viewing Graphs from a Webpage

    You can display graphs for components for which the Activity Monitor has collected data from a webpage. Before you display these graphs, make sure the Activity Monitor (activity) and C-Web interface (webadm) components are enabled. For more secure displays, configure the C-Web interface to use HTTPS and use POST requests.

    Viewing Graphs for a Preset Time Period from a Webpage

    To display graphs with preset time periods from the Activity Monitor from a webpage:

    http://ip-address/graph?&id=username&pw=password&name=graph-name&time=time-period

    where

    • ip-address—IP address of the C Series Controller
    • username—Username used to log in to the C Series Controller
    • password—Password used to log in to the C Series Controller
    • graph-name—Name of graph to display in the format <component>-<graph>, where <graph> is the name of the graph as specified in the C-Web interface in all lowercase letters with hyphens separating words
    • time-period—Period of time that data was collected for display in a graph in the format <number><units>

      The <number> is the number of <units>, which are specified as one of the following values:

      • m—minutes
      • h—hours
      • d—days
      • w—weeks
      • M—months
      • y—years

    For example, to view the CPU graph for the System component for the past 10 minutes on the C Series Controller called c2000 for the user admin:

    http://c2000/graph?&id=admin&pw=secret&name=system-cpu&time=10m

    The CPU Usage graph appears.

    Figure 1: Sample CPU Usage Graph

    Sample CPU Usage Graph

    Viewing Graphs for Specified Time Periods from a Webpage

    To display graphs for specified time periods from the Activity Monitor from a webpage:

    http://ip-address/graph?&id=username&pw=password&name=graph-name&start=date-time &end=date-time

    where

    • ip-address—IP address of the C Series Controller
    • username—Username used to log in to the C Series Controller
    • password—Password used to log in to the C Series Controller
    • graph-name—Name of graph to display in the format <component>-<graph>, where <graph> is the name of the graph as specified in the C-Web interface in all lowercase letters with hyphens separating words
    • date-time—Date and time that data was collected for display in a graph in the format yyyyMMddHHmm, where:
      • yyyy—year
      • MM—month
      • dd—day
      • HH—hour
      • mm—minute

    For example, to view the heap usage graph for the SAE component from January 15 to January 28 on the C Series Controller called c2000 for the user admin:

    http://c2000/graph?&id=admin&pw=secret&name
    =sae-heap&start=200901150000&end=200901280000

    The SAE Heap Usage graph appears.

    Figure 2: Sample SAE Heap Usage Graph

    Sample SAE Heap Usage Graph

    Modified: 2016-12-29