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Feature Idea: Turn off "Average of All" graph lines



I am really annoyed by the “Average of All” graph lines on my CPU/RAM/Loadavg graphs… My 3 hosts i monitor are totally unrelated to each other, and this Average line pollutes the graphs, Also when i click to turn them off, they turn themselves back on again next data refresh (every 20-30 seconds)… Is there a way to permanently turn off “Average of All” graph lines?

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Hello @dbatchelder, I understand your frustration, but we currently do not have an option to permanently disable the Average of all graph line. However, this is a great suggestion and I’ll submit a feature request for this, to be considered for a future release.
Thank you for letting us know :slight_smile:


Can we have this as a poll so people can vote please?


Done @stefan_garnham :smiley:


Thanks @RyanVeitch. Don’t forget to come and add your vote too @zahrasiddiqa


:+1: Average line is useless when my graph contains unrelated services. Please implement this we can see our data better without fighting the system to hide the average.


Thanks for the +1 @simon.hildreth - I’ll get that added


Or at least remember when I turn it off, rather than coming back upon next refresh.


Good idea @andrzej.grzesik - I’ll get that added in a +1 for you