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The vertical_label unit kilobytes is wrong on graph template 'Linux - Memory Usage' . It should be Bytes.
When my Linux cacti server has 23G memory free. The graph shows 23G, which is OK. But the vertical lable show kilobytes. It's wrong, should be Bytes.
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Go to Console->graphs.
Click on the Local Linux Machine - Memory Usage graph.
Check the vertical lable on the graph.
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Change the kilobytes to Bytes.
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The script (#perl cacti/scripts/linux_memory.pl) returns value in KB, and the graph item use 'Multiply by 1024'. So, the value result in Bytes.
The file Local_Linux_Machine.xml seems be encoded, after gzip the cacti/install/templates/Local_Linux_Machine.xml.gz.
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So, one of two things is wrong then, either the label should become bytes or the values should have been divided by 1024 but are not... Not sure if @cigamit changed that in the last year or not without searching which I can't do right now.
We really need a 'Package' option on the Import/Export page as well, one that can install packages from a local file system, or directly download and install them from GitHub. But instead of making a new option, we just allow them to specify package or template on the import export picks.
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The vertical_label unit kilobytes is wrong on graph template 'Linux - Memory Usage' Dec 7, 2019