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SELECT average(cpuPercent), average(loadAverageFiveMinute) FROM SystemSample TIMESERIES FACET ec2Tag_Name WHERE (
entityId in (‘8461840923988673564’, ‘4386154337758271513’, ‘7043932889359042813’)) AND
label.AssignmentGroup = ‘GroupName’ LIMIT 100 SINCE 60 minutes ago
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I am trying to chart the average of two metrics from SystemSample for a subset of servers (in this case, 3) within our environment. The servers are irrelevant to the issue. I am trying to graph a percentage (cpuPercent) and a positive floating-point number. Recognizing that you can’t graph a percentage and a floating-point number on the same Y-axis, it is possible to have two Y-axis on the same chart?
In Excel this is called a ‘secondary axis’.
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