Those features aren't hidden, because someone hides them, but simply because there is no nice frontend to activate them.
in moskito-webui call
http://host:port/context/mui/mskForceIntervalUpdate?pInterval=<name> to force an interval update.
If you place multiple accumulators on a single chart you have the normalization option (checkbox).
This is useful if the values of the both lines have a huge difference and are not presentable on a single chart. Example:
Now the default range which is used for normalization is 0:100. However, you can specify the normalization base parameter (by simply applying &normalizeBase=<value> to the url) to select
settings normalization base to another value:
Sometimes less is more and therefore (poetic, hugh?) you can select another max number of presented values in accumulator by simply submitting
maxValues parameter in the url. The default is as much as there are which is 200 to 220.
In the journey call presentation the duplicate calls are recognized and presented (since 1.4.7). The defaut sorting for the duplicates is ascending by call name. However, it is possible to change it via url parameter:
|SortBy Value||Corresponding value|
|2||number of repetitions|
|3||timespent in calls (netto duration)|
|4||duration in calls (brutto duration)|
Call url: mskThreadsStartTestThread to start a new thread that sleep of an amount of time, which is slightly bigger than the history update. This is 1 minute per default.
Call url mskThreadsSetHistoryListSize?pSize=<new size> to set the history size. Default is 1000 elements. Beware, that too big history eats up all memory.