No graph in the bandwidth on dashboard



  • Running svn 2652 on Centos 6 there is no graph in the bandwidht during an upload. The client tells the rate is about 306 MB/min but there is no activity in the graph. Is this as expected?

    Default storage group.



  • [quote=“pmonstad, post: 39225, member: 17422”]Strange. I have a very simple setup for cloning here. A brand new server and a Cisco GB switch connected directly to my office. No other cables etc. Not a big deal really, just wandered if the graph was as expected or if there was some kind of a bug.[/quote]

    I can add that the graph looks much better and more correct when I do a deploy. My random “peak graph” was during an upload.



  • Strange. I have a very simple setup for cloning here. A brand new server and a Cisco GB switch connected directly to my office. No other cables etc. Not a big deal really, just wandered if the graph was as expected or if there was some kind of a bug.


  • Senior Developer

    Unfortunately, that’s how bandwidth works. The reading you see on the screen of a client being imaged is not necessarily the actual “bandwidth” usage, but rather a combination of the time it takes to take the image from the network, decompress, and write the data to the HDD. If it’s the slowness of the network causing the slowdown as seems to be the case here, maybe ensure the cables are in good order and the connection to and from the FOG service is at max?



  • Yes, graph is turned on. I thought the graph should be quite constant when I do an upload (30 minutes with 300MB/min). Instead there are sporadic peaks only.


  • Senior Developer

    Why is this a bug?

    Do you have Graph Enabled on your relevant storage node?


Log in to reply
 

358
Online

38982
Users

10712
Topics

101678
Posts

Looks like your connection to FOG Project was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect.