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Identical performance graphs are generated.


There are multiple rules collecting data for an individual object, this means the data is being collected twice, possibly from two different management packs in SCOM.


If you disable the redundant counter this should clear the additional graph from your dashboard. The following steps will outline how to do this, 

1. Open SCOM

2. Select 'Authoring'

3. Under 'Management Pack Objects' select 'Rules'

4. Locate the additional rule created.

5. Right click, select 'Properties' and then the 'Overrides' tab.

6. Select 'Disable...'

If you are using a 24 hour time frame for your graph it will take 24 hours for the additional graphs to disappear. Squared Up will continue to draw a continuous line on the graph from the last point of data collected  until the entire time period has passed. Once 24 hours(the time period set) has passed it will stop rendering the graph since there hasn't been any data collected within that time frame. 

See also:

How to Configure a Performance Section using the Dashboard Designer

How to Find the Counter Name for the Performance Section

How to use wildcards in metrics to display performance graphs, including processor information

How to set the Scope using the Dashboard Designer