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You must enable JavaScript in order to use Netdata!  
You can do this in [your browser settings](https://enable-javascript.com/).

# Netdata

Real-time performance monitoring, in the greatest possible detail

 **Drag** charts to pan. **Shift + wheel** on them, to zoom in and out.
**Double-click** on them, to reset. **Hover** on them too!

 __Copyright 2020,[Netdata, Inc](mailto:[email protected]).  

[Terms and conditions](https://www.netdata.cloud/terms/) [Privacy

Released under [GPL v3 or later](http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.en.html).
Netdata uses [third party

#### XSS Protection

This dashboard is about to render data from server:


To protect your privacy, the dashboard will **check all data transferred** for
cross site scripting (XSS).  
This is CPU intensive, so your browser might be a bit slower.

If you **trust** the remote server, you can disable XSS protection.  
In this case, any remote dashboard decoration code (javascript) will also run.

If you **don't trust** the remote server, you should keep the protection on.  
The dashboard will run slower and remote dashboard decoration code will not
run, but better be safe than sorry...

Keep protecting me I don't need this, the server is mine


#### Print this netdata dashboard

netdata dashboards cannot be captured, since we are lazy loading and hiding
all but the visible charts.  
To capture the whole page with all the charts rendered, a new browser window
will pop-up that will render all the charts at once. The new browser window
will maintain the current pan and zoom settings of the charts. So, align the
charts before proceeding.

This process will put some CPU and memory pressure on your browser.  
For the netdata server, we will sequencially download all the charts, to avoid
congesting network and server resources.  
 **Please, do not print netdata dashboards on paper!**

Print Close


#### Preparing dashboard for printing...

Please wait while we initialize and render all the charts on the dashboard.

The print dialog will appear as soon as we finish rendering the page.


#### Import a netdata snapshot

netdata can export and import dashboard snapshots. Any netdata can import the
snapshot of any other netdata. The snapshots are not uploaded to a server.
They are handled entirely by your web browser, on your computer.

Click here to select the netdata snapshot file to import

Browse for a snapshot file (or drag it and drop it here), then click
**Import** to render it.

Origin URL|  
Charts Info|  
Snapshot Info|  
Time Range|  
Snapshot files contain both data and javascript code. Make sure **you trust
the files** you import! Import Close


#### Export a snapshot

Please wait while we collect all the dashboard data...

Select the desired resolution of the snapshot. This is the **seconds of data
per point**.  



  * Select Compression
  *   * uncompressed
  *   * pako.deflate (gzip, binary)
  * pako.deflate.base64 (gzip, ascii)
  *   * lzstring.uri (LZ, ascii)
  * lzstring.utf16 (LZ, utf16)
  * lzstring.base64 (LZ, ascii)


Select snaphost resolution. This controls the size the snapshot file.

The generated snapshot will include all charts of this dashboard, **for the
visible timeframe** , so align, pan and zoom the charts as needed. The scroll
position of the dashboard will also be saved. The snapshot will be downloaded
as a file, to your computer, that can be imported back into any netdata
dashboard (no need to import it back on this server).

Snapshot files include all the information of the dashboard, including the URL
of the origin server, its netdata unique ID, etc. So, if you share the
snapshot file with third parties, they will be able to access the origin
server, if this server is exposed on the internet.  
Snapshots are handled entirely by the web browser. The netdata servers are not
aware of them.

Export Cancel


#### netdata alarms

  * Active
  * All
  * Log






#### netdata dashboard options

These are browser settings. Each viewer has its own. They do not affect the
operation of your netdata server.  
Settings take effect immediately and are saved permanently to browser local
storage (except the refresh on focus / always option).  
To reset all options (including charts sizes) to their defaults, click here.

  * Performance
  * Synchronization
  * Visual
  * Locale

|  **When to refresh the charts?**  
When set to **On Focus** , the charts will stop being updated if the page /
tab does not have the focus of the user. When set to **Always** , the charts
will always be refreshed. Set it to **On Focus** it to lower the CPU
requirements of the browser (and extend the battery of laptops and tablets)
when this page does not have your focus. Set to **Always** to work on another
window (i.e. change the settings of something) and have the charts auto-
refresh in this window.  
|  **Which dimensions to show?**  
When set to **Non Zero** , dimensions that have all their values (within the
current view) set to zero will not be transferred from the netdata server
(except if all dimensions of the chart are zero, in which case this setting
does nothing - all dimensions are transferred and shown). When set to **All**
, all dimensions will always be shown. Set it to **Non Zero** to lower the
data transferred between netdata and your browser, lower the CPU requirements
of your browser (fewer lines to draw) and increase the focus on the legends
(fewer entries at the legends).  
|  **How to handle hidden charts?**  
When set to **Destroy** , charts that are not in the current viewport of the
browser (are above, or below the visible area of the page), will be destroyed
and re-created if and when they become visible again. When set to **Hide** ,
the not-visible charts will be just hidden, to simplify the DOM and speed up
your browser. Set it to **Destroy** , to lower the memory requirements of your
browser. Set it to **Hide** for faster restoration of charts on page
|  **Page scroll handling?**  
When set to **Sync** , charts will be examined for their visibility
immediately after scrolling. On slow computers this may impact the smoothness
of page scrolling. To update the page when scrolling ends, set it to
**Async**. Set it to **Sync** for immediate chart updates when scrolling. Set
it to **Async** for smoother page scrolling on slower computers.  
|  **Which chart refresh policy to use?**  
When set to **parallel** , visible charts are refreshed in parallel (all
queries are sent to netdata server in parallel) and are rendered
asynchronously. When set to **sequential** charts are refreshed one after
another. Set it to parallel if your browser can cope with it (most modern
browsers do), set it to sequential if you work on an older/slower computer.  
|  **Shall we re-sync chart refreshes?**  
When set to **Resync** , the dashboard will attempt to re-synchronize all the
charts so that they are refreshed concurrently. When set to **Best Effort** ,
each chart may be refreshed with a little time difference to the others.
Normally, the dashboard starts refreshing them in parallel, but depending on
the speed of your computer and the network latencies, charts start having a
slight time difference. Setting this to **Resync** will attempt to re-
synchronize the charts on every update. Setting it to **Best Effort** may
lower the pressure on your browser and the network.  
|  **Sync hover selection on all charts?**  
When enabled, a selection on one chart will automatically select the same time
on all other visible charts and the legends of all visible charts will be
updated to show the selected values. When disabled, only the chart getting the
user's attention will be selected. Enable it to get better insights of the
data. Disable it if you are on a very slow computer that cannot actually do
|  **Where do you want to see the legend?**  
Netdata can place the legend in two positions: **Below** charts (the default)
or to the **Right** of charts.  
 **Switching this will reload the dashboard**.  
|  **Which theme to use?**  
Netdata comes with two themes: **Dark** (the default) and **White**.  
 **Switching this will reload the dashboard**.  
|  **Do you need help?**  
Netdata can show some help in some areas to help you use the dashboard. If all
these balloons bother you, disable them using this switch.  
 **Switching this will reload the dashboard**.  
|  **Enable data padding when panning and zooming?**  
When set to **Pad** the charts will be padded with more data, both before and
after the visible area, thus giving the impression the whole database is
loaded. This padding will happen only after the first pan or zoom operation on
the chart (initially all charts have only the visible data). When set to
**Don't Pad** only the visible data will be transfered from the netdata
server, even after the first pan and zoom operation.  
|  **Enable Bézier lines on charts?**  
When set to **Smooth** the charts libraries that support it, will plot smooth
curves instead of simple straight lines to connect the points.  
Keep in mind [dygraphs](http://dygraphs.com), the main charting library in
netdata dashboards, can only smooth line charts. It cannot smooth area or
stacked charts. When set to **Rough** , this setting can lower the CPU
resources consumed by your browser.  
 **These settings are applied gradually, as charts are updated. To force them,
refresh the dashboard now**.  
|  **Enable auto-scaling of select units?**  
When set to **Scale Units** the values shown will dynamically be scaled (e.g.
1000 kilobits will be shown as 1 megabit). Netdata can auto-scale these
original units: `kilobits/s`, `kilobytes/s`, `KB/s`, `KB`, `MB`, and `GB`.
When set to **Fixed Units** all the values will be rendered using the original
units maintained by the netdata server.  
|  **Which units to use for temperatures?**  
Set the temperature units of the dashboard.  
|  **Convert seconds to time?**  
When set to **Time** , charts that present `seconds` will show `DDd:HH:MM:SS`.
When set to **Seconds** , the raw number of seconds will be presented.  


#### Update Check

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Not checked yet. Please press the Check Now button.

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You can also [follow netdata on __twitter](https://twitter.com/linuxnetdata),
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[watch netdata on __github](https://github.com/netdata/netdata).

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#### Sign In

Signing-in to netdata.cloud will synchronize the list of your netdata
monitored nodes known at registry ****. This may include server hostnames,
urls and identification GUIDs.

After you upgrade all your netdata servers, your private registry will not be
needed any more.

Are you sure you want to proceed?

Cancel Sign In


#### Delete ?

You are about to delete, from your personal list of netdata servers, the
following server:


Are you sure you want to do this?  

Keep in mind, this server will be added back if and when you visit it again.  

keep it delete it


#### Switch Netdata Registry Identity

You can copy and paste the following ID to all your browsers (e.g. work and
All the browsers with the same ID will identify **you** , so please don't
share this with others.

Either copy this ID and paste it to another browser, or paste here the ID you
have taken from another browser.

Keep in mind that:

  * when you switch ID, your previous ID will be lost forever - this is irreversible.
  * both IDs (your old and the new) must list this netdata at their personal lists.
  * both IDs have to be known by the registry: ****.
  * to get a new ID, just clear your browser cookies.

cancel impersonate



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