The screenshot shows a portion of the Incident - Generic Internal Error page. At the top of the page, on the right-hand side is the time and date of the last refresh for this page. Below the refresh timestamp is the View Date action list. This list has the value "Incident Time Window: 24 Hours" selected.
The screenshot shows two sections of this page: Problem Summary and Performance and Critical Error.
The Problem Summary section has two subsections: Problem Information and Incident Information. The Problem Information subsection displays the following information:
Problem Key: ORA 600 [kksfbc-reparse-infinite-loop]
First Incident: May 18, 2007 12:21:52 PM PDT
Last Incident: June 2, 2007 2:26:08 PM PDT
Number of Incidents (Within 24 Hours): 1
The Incident Information subsection displays only two pieces of information:
Timestamp: June 2, 2007 2:26:08 PM PDT
Below this information in the Incident Information subsection, is the Recommended Actions. There are two buttons displayed for Recommended Actions: View Problem Details and View All Problems.
In the Performance and Critical Error section there is a line graph. The vertical axis charts the number of active sessions, starting with 0 and increasing by 02.5 increments to 1.00. The horizontal axis charts the hours of the day, starting with 2:26 AM on June 2, 2007, and then marking every two hours up to 2 AM on June 3, 2007. There are three lines on the chart. The legend to the right of the chart indicates the green lines charts CPU, the blue line charts User I/O, and the red line charts Wait.
In the chart, all three lines are relatively flat at 0 active sessions, except for a very small rise (less than 0.25) of all three lines around 7 AM on June 2, 2007, and, at approximately 2:30 PM June 2, 2007, the Wait line spikes up to 1.00, then drops back to 0.
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