WebGUI showing incorrect SWAP usage graphic



  • This is probably known but anyway: the SWAP usage indication on dashboard page is not showing correct representation, see pic and compare number to lenght of slider. All others seem to work.

    1.2.3-RELEASE with dashboard 0.8.7

    Think it was this way before install of dashboard though.

    Cheers,

    ![pfSense webGUI_1262099705495.png_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/pfSense webGUI_1262099705495.png_thumb)
    ![pfSense webGUI_1262099705495.png](/public/imported_attachments/1/pfSense webGUI_1262099705495.png)


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    That does look off. There was someone working on an update to the system info widget, but I don't think I had any of that code in the current dashboard. Not sure if it's fixed in that one or not.

    I haven't ever seen the issue because none of my pfSense boxes use much of any swap so I never paid attention. They all sit at 0% on that bar  8)



  • @jimp:

    That does look off. There was someone working on an update to the system info widget, but I don't think I had any of that code in the current dashboard. Not sure if it's fixed in that one or not.

    I haven't ever seen the issue because none of my pfSense boxes use much of any swap so I never paid attention. They all sit at 0% on that bar  8)

    I understand, it's cause I have enabled all those extra ntop stuff etc.. (Additional RAM requirements when using ntop is also clearly stated on pfS www so it's no surprise).

    I don't understand why it sits with that much swap and only uses some 60% current, but I guess it's some peak value that push it up and then it keeps it there(?). When I get around to it I will try to find some additional RAM (or perhaps a new box). :)


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    I know this is old but I thought it had been fixed, and it still isn't. So I opened a ticket for it:
    http://redmine.pfsense.org/issues/show/477


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