The disk status logger seems to be biased towards Linux EXT3 volumes and Mac HFS. I assume this is the case to avoid stats on TMPFS, PROC, etc.

Code:
if ($platform eq "MACOSX") {
        $MNTCMD = "mount -t hfs";
        $DFCMD = "df -ml ";
} else {
        $MNTCMD = "mount -t ext3";
        $DFCMD = "df -ml ";
}
This creates a problem for SAN users running XFS or SUSE users running reisferfs. I have modified mine to accept these additional file systems by:

Code:
if ($platform eq "MACOSX") {
        $MNTCMD = "mount -t hfs";
        $DFCMD = "df -ml ";
} else {
        $MNTCMD = "mount -t ext3,reiserfs,xfs";
        $DFCMD = "df -ml ";
}
Will this cause any troubles down the line??? This does not solve the problem of statistics greater than 24 hours... nor the "hostname" statistics issue (i.e. data stored as "host" instead of "host.domain.tld" and recalled from table as "host" yielding nothing...)