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Graph Edge NodeMaxRowsProcessed

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I am trying to understand what this column means in ECL graphs. Also its twin, NodeMinRowsProcessed. I thought what it meant was the Max Node that a row was processed on. I had a process where the NodeMaxRowsProcessed was 317 and the NodeMinRowsProcessed was 2. I thought that meant there was no data on nodes 318 to 400, and no data on node 1. I am noticing on some graphs that the number on NodeMaxRowsProcessed is less than NodeMinRowsProcessed, so it probably means the node where the max rows were processed.

If so, does the graph give the max node a row was processed on, as well as the minimum row? So I can see if the data needs to be distributed? Or do I realize that from a different analysis?

Is there any documentation or a video on reading the graphs in ECL?

Thanks,
Don
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