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Graphs for classic VMs don't show up. RRS feed

  • Question

  • From: cubeberg @cubeberg via Twitter

    are graphs on the portal messed up? They don't seem to be working for any of my servers... Looks like it's just on my classic VMs though. ARM VM graphs show up.

    Thanks,

    @AzureSupport

    Wednesday, August 3, 2016 4:00 PM

Answers

  • Looks like it's resolved now - just logged on and all of my dashboard charts are fine.
    • Marked as answer by Sapna Girish Saturday, August 6, 2016 9:54 AM
    Wednesday, August 3, 2016 7:58 PM

All replies

  • Browser is Chrome on Windows 10.  Lots of errors in the JS console (Tried to remove any user-identifiable info).

    It seems to happen with any charts embedded on my dashboard, or on the resource's page.  Clicking on the chart on my dashboard pulls up a working chart.

    Seems to come from a request to https://insights1.exp.azure.com/insights/api/Insights/GetMetricHistoryCollection

    fx]  12:17:49 PM MsPortalImpl/Parts/Parts Parts: Part { Name: StartboardPart, Type: [0]Microsoft_Azure_Classic_Compute-[1]VirtualMachineBlade-[2]Monitoring-[5]CpuPercentageMetricsSummary, Id: StartboardPart-CpuPercentageMetricsSummary-xxxxx } (AdapterPart. Extension: Microsoft_Azure_Classic_Compute, ViewModel: VirtualMachines$CpuPercentageMetricsAdapterViewModel, Wrapped ViewModel: Metrics$MetricsSummaryPart) manually transitioned into failure state with message: Part's onInputsSet promise failed.
    Error: _errorData: {"readyState":4,"responseText":"{\"message\":\"There was an error processing your request. Please try again in a few moments.\",\"httpStatusCode\":\"BadRequest\",\"xMsServerRequestId\":null,\"stackTrace\":null}","responseJSON":{"message":"There was an error processing your request. Please try again in a few moments.","httpStatusCode":"BadRequest","xMsServerRequestId":null,"stackTrace":null},"status":400,"statusText":"Bad Request"}
    baseTypes: ["MsPortalFx.Errors.FetchDataError","MsPortalFx.Errors.DataError","MsPortalFx.Errors.Error"]
    code: undefined
    data: undefined
    dataSetName: DataCache:17:8
    errorLevel: 2
    extension: Microsoft_Azure_Insights
    handled: undefined
    innerErrors: []
    message: 
    name: Error
    source: DataCache:17:8
    stack:     at t (https://portal.azure.com/Content/Dynamic/MsPortalFx_xxx.js:35:15)
        at t (https://portal.azure.com/Content/Dynamic/MsPortalFx_xxx.js:35:358)
        at new t (https://portal.azure.com/Content/Dynamic/MsPortalFx_xxx.js:35:510)
        at t._getErrorDataForFailedRequest (https://portal.azure.com/Content/Dynamic/MsPortalFx_xxx.js:393:129)
        at Object.<anonymous> (https://portal.azure.com/Content/Dynamic/MsPortalFx_xxx.js:392:823)
        at Object.<anonymous> (https://portal.azure.com/Content/Dynamic/MsPortalFxStable_xxx.js:53:872)
        at c (https://portal.azure.com/Content/Dynamic/MsPortalFxStable_xxx.js:52:559)
        at Object.fireWith [as rejectWith] (https://portal.azure.com/Content/Dynamic/MsPortalFxStable_xxx.js:53:317)
    timestamp: 2613.045
    type: MsPortalFx.Errors.FetchDataError
    .
    To enable tracing, load portal with query string: '?trace=inputsset.log.<VIEWMODELNAME>' or '?trace=inputsset.debug.<VIEWMODELNAME>'.i @ MsPortalFx_xxx.js:38

    Wednesday, August 3, 2016 4:24 PM
  • Looks like it's resolved now - just logged on and all of my dashboard charts are fine.
    • Marked as answer by Sapna Girish Saturday, August 6, 2016 9:54 AM
    Wednesday, August 3, 2016 7:58 PM