Iam unable to view graph details of Performance data for more than one day.

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I use GO PERFORM to view by graph of the cpu usage etc during the day. 

Though i have configured the retention period for 15 days, i am able to view graph for data of the previous day only.

Iam unable to view graph details of Performance data for data older than the previous days data.

What do i need to change in my setup so that i can view data which is older than the previous days data. Using GO perform.

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Have to assume you have qsecofr authority. If you did 15 days worth of data, it is still there you just cannot see it. This is a common occurance of network firewalls. Use Navigator to graph performance data.

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  • JohnsonMumbai
    I have not used this before hence would need more help. I have gone to performance graphics option 9 then selected option 2 work with historical data, i am able to view my current performance collection file i press 1 to create historical data in library qmpgdata. After this how do i proceed. Please help.
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