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    Default [SOLVED] admin console disk stats graph

    Hi All,
    my disk stats don't seems to make much sense

    e.g.
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    df -kh
    Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/sda1              66G   12G   52G  19% /
    /dev/sdb1             1.1T  101G  903G  10% /DISK2

    the disk available(in blue) should be ~80% for /dev/sda1 an ~90% for /dev/sdb1
    is this normal or am i misinterpreting the graph
    TIA

    but my graphs show:
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    You are not alone

    I've got the same behaviour (nutty graphs and not true disk space values) on all the setup I've made/seen (mine, customers, etc).

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig View Post
    the disk available(in blue) should be ~80% for /dev/sda1 an ~90% for /dev/sdb1
    is this normal or am i misinterpreting the graph
    Maybe it's just how i look at it...I don't see a whole lot wrong-if you discount percentages and the total size
    isnt' sda1 have 53G free? -it shows that in your graph with the blue level....
    same for sdb1 903gb-and the graph shows 0.9 m (so it's on a 1TB scale)

    Granted it would be nice if the graphs scaled to the actual size of the drive-so you could make use of percentages...but it does acruately show remaining free space
    They do need to fix the labels:
    53 becomes K
    and 903 becomes 0.9 M
    it is slightly confusing
    Last edited by mmorse; 06-01-2007 at 08:49 AM.

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    Thumbs up Please Vote

    Thanks Klug,

    opened a bug on this
    Bug 17303 - admin console disk stats graph

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    It's not a unit (M vs K vs other) problem, it's a graph problem.

    Graph does not start from zero (for padraig's sdb1, it start at 800 MB).
    That's why it's so difficult to understand/read.

    Comment and vote added to the bugzilla.
    Last edited by Klug; 06-01-2007 at 08:54 AM.

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    Talking I get it now

    Quote Originally Posted by mmorse View Post
    Maybe it's just how i look at it...

    ... it would be nice if the graphs scaled to the actual size
    Thanks mmorse,

    I get it now we are just looking at the top of the graph

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    ya it is a bug...but not one people tend to get worked up over

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    Talking monitorix

    found an excellent 'nix monitoring tool at:
    Monitorix Project by Jordi Sanfeliu (aka Mikaku)
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