Reduce the size of x-axis in Perfmon graph

Posted on 2009-12-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
I am looking at a perfmon graph which recorded stats for a 12 hour period. The x axis seems to be far larger than required. The stats for the graph are condensed into a small section to the left.
In properties, I have an option to change the range of the Y axis, which works well. But when I try to change time (X axis) the graph remains the same size.
Any ideas?
Question by:lineonecorp
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    Accepted Solution

    Perhaps there is more data on the X-axis than you can see. If you export the data to a CSV, you might get a better idea of what data is really there. You can either look at the data manually, or import it into Excel where it is easier to manipulate a chart.

    Author Comment

    Sorry but I was away. I will get back to this shortly,
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    Expert Comment

    Is there any update on this, as I have the same problem but it is not due to additional data?

    At the maximum time range for the sample, the graph only covers half of the x-axis; reducing the time range only scales back into that time range and displays less data.  The x-axis does not change.

    I've had this problem before and fixed it, but it was many years ago and I can't remember how.  I don't really want to manipulate anything in Excel.

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