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How do I increase the incident baseline from 7 days to 14 days?

anil_perera2
Helper




Severe Incident
started: Average response time degraded

Violations




Observed
response time of 527ms is higher than expected. During the last 7d the
average response time was less than 217ms.
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richard_boyd22
Inactive

Sorry, this is not possible.

You can use static threshold to avoid such incident being triggered. But this would take away baselining privilege.

jhem
Advisor

I'm looking for a way to configure this as well. Arguably, while most applications have a daily repetitive cycle, at the same time its weekly cycle is rather unique.

For example, peak hours on Mondays might be more intensive than on Fridays. Some applications handle different types of users according to specific weekdays, and failure rates vary accordingly. For some business application, weekends can be mostly a dead zone that can greatly impact the weekly average.

I fear that cutting off the baseline window at exactly 7 days may cause DynaTrace to miscalculate anomalies, comparing wildly varying averages between Mon through Sun.

This scenario is exacly my case, and I'd like to see a configuation to allow a wider baseline window.

jhem
Advisor