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The Details column in your Flow History pane provides you with more information about your flow executions. For example, if the flow executed in standard mode, low-latency mode, or if it was throttled. Okta assigns each flow execution a specific icon to help you quickly identify flows:

Flow details: image of a lightning bolt indicating flow executed at the low-latency rate. - Low-latency

Flows with the lightning bolt icon contain only cards that execute efficiently on a consistent basis in low-latency mode. Generally this occurs for latency-sensitive webhook and API Endpoint use cases. See Low-latency flows.

Flow details: image of a dash mark indicating flow executed at the standard rate. - Standard

Flows with only a dash executed at a standard rate. Any flow with a standard rate contains a card that is ineligible for low-latency mode.

Flow details: image of an exclamation mark indicating flow executed at the throttled rate. - Throttled

Flows that ran in throttled mode experienced higher latency due to resource constraints. Throttled flows aren't eligible to run in low-latency mode.

Common Flow History scenarios

Flow details: image of a set of flow executions, all with dash marks indicating the flows executed at the standard rate.

All standard

  • All flow executions completed in standard mode. This means that your flow contains a card that doesn't qualify for low-latency mode.

Flow details: image of a set of flow executions, all with lightning bolts, indicating the flows executed at the low-latency rate.

All low-latency

Flow details: image of a set of flow executions, with mixed icons, indicating the flows executed at varying rates.

Mixed

  • Only some executions of your flow ran in low-latency mode. Review your flow to see if there are cards that you can modify to remove latency issues so the flow always runs in low-latency mode.

Flow details: image of a set of flow executions, all with warning icons, indicating the flows executed in throttled mode.

All throttled

  • All flow executions exceeded the resource limits and were throttled. After a flow is throttled, it remains in throttled mode for 15 minutes. See Execution limits.