Dashboards & Visualizations

What might cause my chart to just fall off and stop plotting after a certain date?

the_wolverine
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I've got a summary based chart and have verified that the data points exist in Summary. Yet, my chart just drops off at some date. Is there a setting I am missing?

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the_wolverine
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It appears that Splunk, by default, is unable to plot additional datapoints beyond around 950-1000. The solution would be to widen the span so I can get more plotting points in -- unless there is a way to configure it to plot additional points.

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the_wolverine
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It appears that Splunk, by default, is unable to plot additional datapoints beyond around 950-1000. The solution would be to widen the span so I can get more plotting points in -- unless there is a way to configure it to plot additional points.

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the_wolverine
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No response? I guess then there is no way to increase the number of plotting points per chart?

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the_wolverine
Champion

Interesting. So I took a set of numbers with no processing, performed a timechart span=15m against the data and was only able to plot 10 days worth of data despite the data going well beyond 10 days. What might be the limitation I am hitting? There is no error, just a failure to plot the chart past the 10th day --- which is incorrect.

Splunk, munge the ability to view the date markers all you want but don't truncate my chart.

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