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What is the difference between Sum and Count with Database Execution Count measure

Hi guys,

I am charting the Database Execution Count as a measure and when I toggle between Sum and Count under Aggregation I am seeing different values. The Sum values are much higher than the count values. I think the "Count" aggregate tells us how many PurePaths were calculated for this measure and "Sum" tells us the how many database executions were made in a given time frame. Is this correct or I am wrong?

Thanks,

Stan

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rob_vollum
Dynatrace Pro
Dynatrace Pro

Hi Stan,

Yes, "count" is showing you how many samples were processed in that time interval. The "sum" is, as you figured, summing up the total of the results of each sample. So if you had three of these in a 10-second interval with "execution counts" of 10, 20, and 30, the count for that interval would be 3 and the sum would be 60.

Rob

Thanks a lot Rob.

tthat
Inactive

@Stanislav P.

https://answers.dynatrace.com/questions/93939/what-is-the-difference-between-sum-vs-count-with-n.html

Thanks Taneshaa.

mohd_shadab
Participant
@Stanislav P.

Just curious, is this screenshot part of Dynatrance installed on-premise or on AWS? I was using AWS subscription, so would like to try out if this service/view is possible in AWS.


Hello @Mohd S.

This is all about AppMon and not Dynatrace.

Regards,

Babar