Charts show information relating to the activity in your environment, as a function of the iteration time.

Note: By default, chart generation is disabled. For details on how to enable chart generation, see Enabling charts.

Chart types

The following types of charts are available:

  • Quick Glance charts. Graphs describing activity on your synchronizing machine. For details, see Quick glance charts.
  • Connection charts. Graphs describing activity within a specific connection. For details, see Connection charts.

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Chart legend

The line colors in the charts indicate different measurements.

Line color Title Indicates …
Green Volume the number of items read.
Blue Changes the number of items modified.
Red Errors the number of failed changes.

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Data point information

To view detailed information, hover over a data point.

The popup shows the iteration number and a time stamp, along with the chart-specific information.

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Manipulate a chart

This section describes how to manipulate charts to view the desired information effectively.

  • Zoom and Pan.

    / Pan/Zoom


    Load chart (Project Changes chart only)

    Clear selections
    (Project Changes chart only)

  • Resize the chart pane. Drag the window border to the desired size. (Quick Glance charts only)
  • Hide the chart pane. Click the left facing arrow to collapse the view. (Quick Glance charts only)

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Enabling charts

By default, the charts described in this section are not automatically generated. This behavior preserves CPU usage and memory resources.

To enable the generation of charts, use a java command to set the iteration.polling.enabled global property to true. Run the following command as a user with Site Admin permissions:

java -jar mfcFullRestClient.jar -h localhost:port -c <user,password> -setGlobalPropertyValue -propertyName iteration.polling.enabled -propertyValue true

To disable the generation of charts in order to reduce CPU usage, set the iteration.polling.enabled property back to false.

Note: The Audit chart does not consume CPU and is always generated, regardless of the value of the iteration.polling.enabled property.

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