Dashboards & Visualizations

Creating a dashboard with nine (9) Radial Gauges on the top row

maverick
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

The default seems to be three panels across the top (first row) with a single Radial Gauge displayed within each one.

Instead, I would like to have nine (9) smaller gauges going across the top row.

Can I do that all in one panel, or can I achieve this with nine panels in Advanced XML maybe?

Anyone have an idea how to accomplish this?

melting
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

In Splunk 6.0 and before this can be done with row grouping

<row grouping="9">   
  <chart>...</chart>   
  <chart>...</chart>   
  <chart>...</chart>   
  <chart>...</chart>   
  <chart>...</chart>   
  <chart>...</chart>   
  <chart>...</chart>   
  <chart>...</chart>   
  <chart>...</chart>
</row>

In Splunk 6.0 we removed the limit of 3 panels per row.

splunk68
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