Timeboards have automatic layouts, and represent a single point in time—either fixed or real-time—across the entire dashboard. They are commonly used for troubleshooting, correlation, and general data exploration.
Note: All graphs on a timeboard are controlled with the same time selector. To control the time frame of an individual graph, use a screenboard.
Use TV mode to display your timeboard on large screens or TVs by clicking the TV icon on the timeboard or use the keyboard shortcut
Timeboard settings are the same as screenboards with the exception of generating public URLs:
Set up an overlay of events by clicking the Search… link in the upper left, select Events, and enter a query in the search box. This replaces event overlays added at design time, and applies to all graphs on the timeboard. The overlay shows the occurrence of events on your timeseries graphs with a list of events on the right.
Set up an overlay of logs by clicking the Search… link in the upper left, select Logs, and enter a query in the search box. The overlay shows the frequency of logs on your timeseries graphs with a list of logs on the right.
Left click on any dashboard timeseries graph to open an options menu:
|Annotate this graph||Write a comment or notify members of your team about a graph.|
|View in full screen||View the graph in full screen mode.|
|Copy tags to clipboard||Copy the tags to your clipboard that display on hover.|
|View related processes||Jump to the Live Processes page scoped to your graph.|
|View related hosts||Jump to the Host Map page scoped to your graph.|
|View related logs||Jump to the Log Explorer page scoped to your graph.|
The search query for View related logs is defined using the following parameters:
sourceattribute with the same integration name.
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