[Orca-users] Multiple versions of the same graph?

Rajesh Verma Rajesh.Verma at PalmettoHealth.org
Mon Apr 5 09:03:29 PDT 2004

Hi Richard,

Can you explain where you added the volatile  part in the codes.
Just cut and paste that part of code.


>>> <Richard.Grevis at ubs.com> 4/3/2004 8:59:19 AM >>>

I have applied that patch, and it really helped, so if you are putting your own 'proper' thing into orca, that is a really good thing. thanks.

Our VCS/SAN environment ends up being very volatile wrt to presented disks and mounted filesystems.

kind regards,

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From: orca-users-bounces+richard.grevis=ubs.com at orcaware.com 
[mailto:orca-users-bounces+richard.grevis=ubs.com at orcaware.com]On Behalf
Of Blair Zajac
Sent: 02 April 2004 21:06
To: David Michaels
Cc: orca-users at orcaware.com 
Subject: Re: [Orca-users] Multiple versions of the same graph?

David Michaels wrote:
> Hello, Orcafolks!
> I've been using Orca now since August, and it's been extremely useful in
> identifying performance bottlenecks, and creating a record of resource
> utilization and growth of the project and whatnot.
> I have a little problem with it at the moment that's really just more of
> an annoyance.  I have "Disk Space Percent Usage" graphs that show up in
> the summary page, but there are like 12 copies of the graph in the
> page.  The graphs aren't exactly identical -- in most cases, the order
> of the filesystems represented is shuffled around, but all the
> filesystems are the same.  In some of the graphs, though, some
> filesystems are absent.  The same thing happens with Disk Run Percent
> graphs.  I took a snapshot of the webpage, and put it up for
> display--check out http://rooth.org/orca (only npd-snow has graphs).
> Any ideas as to how I can trim those copies down to one graph?

Wait for me to fix Orca :)

I've got a solution in mind based off a patch that somebody sent
in to the orca mailing list.

You could try this patch for now


but I want to get Orca to look at the data sources itself
which plots are volatile so that the user doesn't have to
configure the config file by hand.


Blair Zajac <blair at orcaware.com>
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