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Health rule Timeframe

Viji.Radhakrishnan
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Hi,

When creating a health rule, use data from last ----- mins (1 to 120 mins), Is this the rolling time window ? Like every time it calculates the last X minutes ? 

Is there any way to choose the static timeframe ? Means, Choose the first 5 mins of data for evaluation, the next time choose the next 5 mins of time for evaluation. 

Thanks, 

Viji

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Ryan.Paredez
Community Manager

Hi @Viji.Radhakrishnan,

I'm looking into this for you with the Docs team. I will report back when I get some clarification. 


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Ryan, AppDynamics Community Manager



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Ryan.Paredez
Community Manager

Hi @Viji.Radhakrishnan,

I heard back! It's a rolling time frame. The 1 - 120 min value is the input to "Use data from last ___ mins" and this window measures the time from the health rule evaluation time.

Hope this helps.


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Ryan, AppDynamics Community Manager



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Thanks for your reply Ryan. Can you please check if I can choose the static timeframe ? For example, Take the first 15 mins in the hour for first evaluation and the next 15 mins for the second evaluation. Is this possible ? 

The requirement is to monitor the response time and report it based on timeframe. 

@Ryan.Paredez Did you get chance to look at my query ? 

Ryan.Paredez
Community Manager

Hi @Viji.Radhakrishnan,

I was following up with the SME. I got a response. 

This time frame is always a rolling time frame.


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Ryan, AppDynamics Community Manager



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