Add Ram & Disk Usage to Resource graphs.
I like the new resource usage graph but it needs the ram usage.
I’m glad to announce that we’ve just released an update to our Droplet graphs. These new graphs, powered by an open-source monitoring agent, now include both RAM and disk usage. You can find all the details in this blog post:
This new agent opens up a lot of possibilities for us to provide greater insight into your Droplets. If you’re interested in being one of the first to know as well roll out additional monitoring and alerting features, sign up here:
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Terry Gauchat commented
Nearly 2 years...
Did you manage to implement this ? I still can't see it on the graph.
I wold like to view a RAM chart in graph sections
Any updates on this one, DO? It would be great if we could see current RAM and CPU usage, as well as total disk and bandwidth usage.
The graphs are cool, but I would need to see those stats at a first glance, like:
Memory: 21% (199 MB / 993 MB)
Disk: 17% (3.3 GB / 20 GB)
Bandwidth: 8% (163 GB / 2 TB)
Any progress since January 12, 2015?
RAM Graphs For Monitoring Ram Usage of Droplets
hi i need ram usage graphs so i can monitor the droplets ram usage
please do it for us
thanks a lot
Hi, is there a release date for this? Thanks!
Why write an analytics service from the ground up when there are so many monitoring systems out there that can provide this and much more? e.g. https://github.com/prometheus
Kevin Cristella commented
This would be very helpful
Endrigo Antonini commented
Is there some evolution on it? Maybe a release date?
Cody S. commented
They already have disk usage read write statics, but if you need to check free storage left on your server you can just type the "df -h" command.
Anton Zuenko commented
Yep, disk and RAM usage would be great to have!
Almog Baku commented
I respectfully disagree @Nicholas P. Cole, disk is not a big bottleneck here since digital ocean uses SSD.
Nicholas P. Cole commented
While the host's load averages might be interesting to see, there are many other variables (if a process is disk-bound rather than CPU-bound, as a simple example) that might affect performance and thus those numbers by themselves wouldn't be very useful.
You would add this simple information, if you don't put too many droplet on one host..
Ihor Vorotnov commented
+3 for that. Just an overall memory usage graph is a must for quick and easy server monitoring from control panel. And if you see it goes up - then connect to the server and see what's going on there.
Christian Quispe commented