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You can use TagMean * EventCount
Tagmean('my_tag', 't', '*') * EventCount('my_tag', 't', '*')
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Tagmean('my_tag', 't', '*') * EventCount('my_tag', 't', '*') is in fact the most direct way to calculate this total. We have an enhancement request to add a performance equation/analysis function that can do this, but right now the tagmean * eventcount is the way to go.
WARNING: if you have bad data in this time range then you will get an incorrect result.
This is because something like "I/O Timeout" will not be in the tagmean, but it WILL be in the event count. So your total will be inflated and incorrect.
I would suggest having another equation that says pctgood('my_tag','t','*'), and then if this is 100%, then proceed with the total. If not, then don't perform the calculation.
We have a few work items to address this, so hopefully they will get implemented soon.
Henlo, I'm going to mark my answer as correct so that the warning is attached to the solution for anyone seeing this post in the future.
I have just looked for solution this problem.
It will be very helpfull when this option of TagTot will be avaliable.
Can you please give us a link to the enhancement request?