Produces an ASCII-art style graph for the specified event.

LATENCY GRAPH lets you intuitively understand the latency trend of an event via state-of-the-art visualization. It can be used for quickly grasping the situation before resorting to means such parsing the raw data from LATENCY HISTORY or external tooling.

Valid values for event are: * active-defrag-cycle * aof-fsync-always * aof-stat * aof-rewrite-diff-write * aof-rename * aof-write * aof-write-active-child * aof-write-alone * aof-write-pending-fsync * command * expire-cycle * eviction-cycle * eviction-del * fast-command * fork * rdb-unlink-temp-file> latency reset command
(integer) 0> debug sleep .1
OK> debug sleep .2
OK> debug sleep .3
OK> debug sleep .5
OK> debug sleep .4
OK> latency graph command
command - high 500 ms, low 101 ms (all time high 500 ms)


The vertical labels under each graph column represent the amount of seconds, minutes, hours or days ago the event happened. For example "15s" means that the first graphed event happened 15 seconds ago.

The graph is normalized in the min-max scale so that the zero (the underscore in the lower row) is the minimum, and a # in the higher row is the maximum.

For more information refer to the Latency Monitoring Framework page.

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Bulk string reply

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