1. I don't understand. This sounds normal. The realtime screenshot you provided looks okay. Note that every time you click the Monitor button, the initial graph will be blank. Points will be re-drawn at based on the collector frequency.
2. This means that the collector was missing on the source device, and had to be reconfigured. This can happen if the device reloads.
Which one of these stats correspond to the problem collectors. From the previous screenshots, it is not obvious.
That said, I still have not seen any problem. All of the collectors in this show output are running successfully, and returning data. Even your original graph screenshot shows points being drawn on the graph. What needs to happen is to bring up a monitor graph, and wait. Watch the points being drawn, then compare the current data point to what is seen in the show output to see if they are consistent.
I have problem with ICMP_jitter collector. From 12 collector, only 4 collectors with report data. I have try to delete the collector and recreate the new one, but still problem. Please see attached (ICMP_Jitter collector and IPEcho)
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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