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I set Tick interval as 1 sec at X Axis and Unit as Bits/Tick at Y axis.

Can I get the exact peak/maximum rate value from IO Graphs?

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asked 09 Sep '12, 18:42

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I don't know how exact it has to be for you, but if you need the absolute number of bits/second down to the last digit you probably can't get that from the I/O graph. As far as I know there is no way to "ask" the I/O graph what the highest peak is in absolute numbers.

Question is, why isn't it enough to work with an aproximate value? The I/O graph is usually good enough to get a reading that tells you what you need to know; it is rarely important to get more detailed values that what you can already read from it.

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