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Is there a timechart legend limit?

RVDowning
Contributor

I have the following in a search

| timechart span=1h max(CPU%) AS "CPU", max(Memory%) as "MEM" by host

If the number of hosts is 10 or fewer, it works as expected. If there are 11 hosts, the hostname is shown as "OTHER." Is this a built in limit? If so, can this limit be extended?

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masonmorales
Influencer

Try:

| timechart span=1h max(CPU%) AS "CPU", max(Memory%) as "MEM" by host useother=f limit=100

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chimell
Motivator

Hi RVDowing

use limit=0 means no filtering

 ......| timechart span=1h max(CPU%) AS "CPU", max(Memory%) as "MEM" by host limit=0

Thanks

sssignals
Path Finder

It works! Thanks.

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masonmorales
Influencer

Try:

| timechart span=1h max(CPU%) AS "CPU", max(Memory%) as "MEM" by host useother=f limit=100

masonmorales
Influencer

You can also do useother=f limit=0 for no filtering. useother=f disables aggregation of all other data that exceeds the limit specified. Please click accept answer if this was helpful.

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