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Comparing historical system performance with current performance

Use the following procedure to create a second window for historical data in order to compare current and past system performance.

To compare current and past system performance

  1. Request the view that you want.
  2. Create a second window:
    1. Enter the HSplit or VSplit command.
    2. Move the cursor to where you want the new window to begin.
    3. Press Enter.

    The CURR WIN field shows a 2, indicating that the second window is now active.

  3. Use the TIME command to set the time for window 2.

    For example, if today's date were April 15, 2018, and you wanted to set window 2 to yesterday's date at 4:00 P.M., you would enter TIME 14APR2018 16:00.

  4. Request the same view for window 2, which is still active.

    For example, assume you were using a MainView VistaPoint view, requested via hyperlinks from the MVVP element in the Product column of the Plex Manager PLEX view. Your screen would resemble the following example:

     ddmmmyyyy hh:mm:ss -------- MAINVIEW WINDOW INTERFACE (Vv.r.mm) -------------
     COMMAND  ===>                                                 SCROLL ===> CSR
     CURR WIN ===> 2        ALT WIN ===>
     >W1 -APOVERC-----------SYSB-----*--------ddmmmyyyy--hh:mm:ss----MVVP--D-------9
     CMD Appl           Realtime %Obj       Interval %Obj       Session %Obj  Total
     --- --------       0....50...100       0....50...100       0....50...100 Wklds
         APBATCH  -----               138.5 ************+ 142.0 ************+     1
         APPROD   -----                69.0 *********     105.5 ************+     1
         BBPHONE  155.5 ************+  26.5 ***            27.0 ****              1
         GL        75.0 **********     87.5 ***********    92.5 ************      1
         LAURAAP1 -----                87.0 ***********    93.0 ************      1
         OLTPWORK -----               -----               103.5 ************+     1
         PAYROLL  116.5 ************+  19.5 ***            20.0 ***               1
         SAMPLE   108.0 ************+  66.0 *********      76.0 **********        1
         TEST0620 -----                43.5 ******         46.0 ******            1
     >H2 =APOVERC===========SYSB=====*========ddmmmyyyy==hh:mm:ss====MVVP==D=======9
     CMD Appl           Realtime %Obj       Interval %Obj       Session %Obj  Total
     --- --------       0....50...100       0....50...100       0....50...100 Wklds
         APBATCH  155.5 ************+ 136.5 ************+ 134.0 ************+     1
         APPROD   -----                68.0 *********     114.5 ************+     1
         BBPHONE  155.5 ************+  23.5 ***            34.5 ****              1
         GL       150.0 ************+  90.0 ************   92.5 ************      1
         LAURAAP1  77.5 **********     99.0 *************  89.5 ************      1

    You can now compare today's system performance with yesterday's.

    Note

    The window status indicator for the second window shows H2. The H stands for historical data.

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