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Graph History Stacked Charts by Month: Stack by day of the week (Sun thru Sat) rather than day of the month (1-31)
Graph History stacked charts, when stacked by month, are not helpful as they are stacked by day of the month (1, 2, 3….). However, day of the month generally doesn't align with business activity.
It would b much better for the charts to be stacked by day of the week by month - so Monday's align, Tuesday's align, etc….
Attached are screen captures that demonstrate the problem.
I want to compare the CPU utilization, month by month, for the past year. My core business activity occurs Monday to Friday and has typical weekly patterns. Stacked charts do not align by business week and I cannot see how the trends compare from month to month.
Contrast to one month of historical data, stacked by week. These charts are useful as the metrics are graphed by day of the week (Sunday through Saturday).
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