# If I specify a threshold would that be automatically present in the system console output?

These are my thresholds that I verify

actualTimeToCreateASecret: [‘avg < 500’, ‘p(99.9) < 2000’], // avg time should be less than 500 ms and 95% within 2s.
actualTimeToReadASecret: [‘avg < 500’, ‘p(99.9) < 2000’], // avg time should be less than 500 ms and 95% within 2s.
actualTimeToUpdateASecret: [‘avg < 500’, ‘p(99.9) < 2000’], // avg time should be less than 500 ms and 95% within 2s.
actualTimeToDeleteASecret: [‘avg < 500’, ‘p(99.9) < 2000’], // avg time should be less than 500 ms and 95% within 2s.

I do not see p(99.9) column in the output

✓ actualTimeToCreateASecret…: avg=21.32ms min=0s med=9.45ms max=1.47s p(90)=21.34ms p(95)=39.65ms
✓ actualTimeToDeleteASecret…: avg=19.09ms min=0s med=8.38ms max=1.48s p(90)=18.78ms p(95)=31.03ms
✓ actualTimeToReadASecret…: avg=11.38ms min=0s med=5.33ms max=1.46s p(90)=12.34ms p(95)=18.58ms
✓ actualTimeToUpdateASecret…: avg=19.1ms min=0s med=8.94ms max=1.47s p(90)=19.49ms p(95)=34.61ms

Hi @21.prash,

If I specify a threshold would that be automatically present in the system console output?

There will be a tick or cross next to the specific metric it is a bout but it won’t add the specific stats that you have used.

To that you need to specify Summary trend stats. The example there specifically adds `p(99.9)` as well.

Hope this helps you!

Thank you! It worked!