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How to select multiple sources in Server dropdown?

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#1

I have data being reported from multiple servers, say A1, A2, B1, and B2.

From the servers dropdown I can select either one of these server sources or all of them. But what do I do if I want to see data from only A1 and A2?


#2

Hi, @humzashah: You may use labels to assign your servers to groups. For example, you could assign the label Group:A to servers A1 and A2. Then use the Filter servers field above the Servers list to roll your servers up by Group.

For more information, please see https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/data-analysis/user-interface-functions/organize-your-data/labels-categories-organize-apps-servers-monitors.


#3

Hi, again: In re-reading your question, I think I may have misunderstood what you want to do: Are you asking how to see the data from multiple servers (but not all servers) on a dashboard, such as the Overview page? Unfortunately, that is not possible in Servers, but it is in our new product, New Relic Infrastructure.


#4

Hi philweber,

How to add around 200 severs into 1 label all at once??


#5

Hi, @Ajeet.Shankhdhar: This is quite an old thread. Can you provide more detail about what you are trying to accomplish? Why do you want to add 200 servers to a label?